Table of Contents, Vol. 38 (4), 1993

Articles

HECKY, R. E., P. CAMPBELL, AND L. L. HENDZEL
The stoichiometry of carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus in particulate matter of lakes and oceans
709-724
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EDMOND, J. M., R. F. STALLARD, H. CRAIG, V. CRAIG, R. F. WEISS, AND G. W. COULTER
Nutrient chemistry of the water column of Lake Tanganyika
725-738
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NOJIRI, YUKIHIRO, MINORU KUSAKABE, KLAUS TIETZE, JUN-ICHI HIRABAYASHI, HIROAKI SATO, YUJI SANO, HIROSHI SHINOHARA, THOMAS NJINE, AND GREG TANYILEKE
An estimate of CO2 flux in Lake Nyos, Cameroon
739-752
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PRINGLE, CATHERINE M., GARY L. ROWE, FRANK J. TRISKA, JOSE F. FERNANDEZ, AND JOHN WEST
Landscape linkages between geothermal activity and solute composition and ecological response in surface waters draining the Atlantic slope of Costa Rica
753-774
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WILLIAMS, MARK W., AARON D. BROWN, AND JOHN M. MELACK
Geochemical and hydrologic controls on the composition of surface water in a high-elevation basin. Sierra Nevada, California
775-797
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MACINTYRE, SALLY
Vertical mixing in a shallow, eutrophic lake: Possible consequences for the light climate of phytoplankton
798-817
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JELLISON, ROBERT. AND JOHN M. MELACK
Algal photosynthetic activity and its response to meromixis in hypersaline Mono Lake, California
818-837
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SOMMER, ULRICH
Phytoplankton competition in Plußsee: A field test of the resource-ratio hypothesis
838-845
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MAKULLA, ALEXANDRA, AND ULRICH SOMMER
Relationships between resource ratios and phytoplankton species composition during spring in five north German lakes
846-856
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STERNER, ROBERT W., DOUGLAS D. HAGEMEIER, WILLIAM L. SMITH, AND ROBERT F. SMITH
Phytoplankton nutrient limitation and food quality for Daphnia
857-871
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PETERSON, BRUCE. BRIAN FRY, LINDA DEEGAN, AND ANNE HERSHEY
The trophic significance of epilithic algal production in a fertilized tundra river ecosystem
872-878
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LEHMAN, JOHN T., AND CARLA E. CÁCERES
Food-web responses to species invasion by a predatory invertebrate: Bythotrephes in Lake Michigan
879-891
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