Table of Contents, Vol. 34 (1), 1989

Articles

WEILENMANN, ULRICH, CHARLES R. O'MELIA, AND WERNER STUMM
Particle transport in lakes: Models and measurements
1-18
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FRÉCHETTE, MARCEL, CHERYL ANN BUTMAN, AND W. ROCKWELL GEYER
The importance ofboundary-layer flows in supplying phytoplankton to the benthic suspension feeder, Mytilus edulis L
19-36
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SMITH, S. V., J. T. HOLLIBAUGH, S. J. DOLLAR, AND S. VINK
Tomales Bay, California: A case for carbon-controlled nitrogen cycling
37-52
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IVERSON, R. L., F. L. NEARHOOF, AND M. O. ANDREAE
Production of dimethylsulfonium propionate and dimethylsulfide by phytoplankton in estuarine and coastal waters
53-67
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CARDER, KENDALL L., ROBERT G. STEWARD, GEORGE R. HARVEY, AND PETER B. ORTNER
Marine humic and fulvic acids: Their effects on remote sensing of ocean chlorophyll
68-81
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KELLER, AIMEE A.
Modeling the effects of temperature, light, and nutrients on primary productivity: An empirical and a mechanistic approach compared
82-95
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WYATT, PHILIP J., AND CHRISTIAN JACKSON
Discrimination of phytoplankton via light-scattering properties
96-112
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BATCHELDER, HAROLD P., AND ELIJAH SWIFT
Estimated near-surface mesoplanktonic bioluminescence in the western North Atlantic during July 1986
113-128
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GREENE, CHARLES H., PETER H. WIEBE, AND JANUSZ BURCZYNSKI
Analyzing zooplankton size distributions using high-frequency sound
129-139
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DEMOTT, WILLIAM R
Optimal foraging theory as a predictor of chemically mediated food selection by suspension-feeding copepods
140-154
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BIRD, D. F., AND J. KALFF
Phagotrophic sustenance of a metalimnetic phytoplankton peak
155-162
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CARLOUGH, LESLIE A., AND JUDY L. MEYER
Protozoans in two southeastern blackwater rivers and their importance to trophic transfer
163-177
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GOVONI, JOHN J., DONALD E. HOSS, AND DAVID R. COLBY
The spatial distribution of larvalfishes about the Mississippi River plume
178-187
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Notes

SATHYENDRANATH, SHUBHA, AND TREVOR PLATT
Computation of aquatic primary production: Extended formalism to include effect of angular and spectral distribution of light
188-198
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SAKSHAUG, EGIL, KJERSTI ANDRESEN, AND DALE A. KIEFER
A steady state description ofgrowth and light absorption in the marine planktonic diatom Skeletonema costatum
198-205
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CONLEY, DANIEL J., SUSAN S. KILHAM, AND EDWARD THERIOT
Differences in silica content between marine and freshwater diatoms
205-212
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ROBARTS, RICHARD D., AND RICHARD J. WICKS
[Methyl-3H]thymidine macromolecular incorporation and lipid labeling: Their significance to DNA labeling during measurements of aquatic bacterial growth rate
213-222
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PATERSON, DAVID M.
Short-term changes in the erodibility of intertidal cohesive sediments related to the migratory behavior of epipelic diatoms
223-234
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LODGE, DAVID M., DAVID P. KRABBENHOFT, AND ROBERT G. STRIEGL
A positive relationship between groundwater velocity and submersed macrophyte biomass in Sparkling Lake Wisconsin
235-239
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SOLI, ALAN L., AND ROBERT H. BYRNE
Temperature dependence of Cu(II) carbonate complexation in natural seawater
239-244
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VUORINEN, ILPPO, MATTI KETOLA, AND MARI WALLS
Defensive spine formation in Daphnia pulex Leydig and induction by Chaoborus crystallinus De Geer
245-248
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CONWAY, NOELLETTE, JUDITH MCDOWELL CAPUZZO, AND BRIAN FRY
The role of endosymbiotic bacteria in the nutrition of Solemya velum: Evidence from a stable isotope analysis of endosymbionts and host
249-255
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ZAMER, WILLIAM E., J. MALCOLM SHICK, AND DAVID W. TAPLEY
Protein measurement and energetic considerations: Comparisons of biochemical and stoichiometric methods using bovine serum albumin and protein isolated from sea anemones
256-263
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Book Reviews

W. ROCKWELL GEYER
Gravity currents: In the environment and the laboratory (J. E. Simpson)
264-
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Announcements

Announcement
264
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American Society of Limnology and Oceanography. Inc. Financial Statement
265-266
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Proceedings of the American Society of Limnology and Oceanography
267
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