Table of Contents, Vol. 39 (1), 1994

Articles

VODACEK, ANTHONY, SARAH A. GREEN, AND NEIL V. BLOUGH
An experimental model of the solar-stimulated fluorescence of chromophoric dissolved organic matter
1-11
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REINFELDER, JOHN R., AND NICHOLAS S. FISHER
The assimilation ofelements ingested by marine planktonic bivalve larvae
12-20
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OHMAN, MARK D., AND JEFFREY A. RUNGE
Sustained fecundity when phytoplankton resources are in short supply: Omnivory by Calanus finmarchicus in the Gulf of St. Lawrence
21-36
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ALBER, MERRYL, AND IVAN VALIELA
Production of microbial organic aggregates from macrophyte-derived dissolved organic material
37-50
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VAN DOVER, CINDY LEE, AND BRIAN FRY
Microorganisms as food resources at deep-sea hydrothermal vents
51-57
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MÜELLER-NIKLAS, GERALD, STEFAN SCHUSTER, ELISABETH KALTENBÖCK, AND GERHARD J. HERNDL
Organic content and bacterial metabolism in amorphous aggregations of the northern Adriatic Sea
58-68
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SALONEN, KALEVI, ROGER I. JONES, HENK DE HAAN, AND MARK JAMES
Radiotracer study ofphosphorus uptake by plankton and redistribution in the water column of a small humic lake
69-83
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FENAUX, LUCIENNE, MEGUMI F. STRATHMANN, AND RICHARD R. STRATHMANN
Five tests of food-limited growth of larvae in coastal waters by comparisons of rates of development and form of echinoplutei
84-98
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BARKER, PHILIP, JEAN-CHARLES FONTES, FRANÇOISE GASSE, AND JEAN-CLAUDE DRUART
Experimental dissolution of diatom silica in concentrated salt solutions and implications for paleoenvironmental reconstruction
99-110
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MCDOWELL, WILLIAM H., AND CLYDE E. ASBURY
Export of carbon, nitrogen, and major ions from three tropical montane watersheds
111-125
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Notes

MARBÀ, NÚRIA, JUST CEBRIÁN, SUSANA ENRÍQUEZ, AND CARLOS M. DUARTE
Migration of large-scale subaqueous bedforms measured with seagrasses (Cymodocea nodosa) as tracers
126-133
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WHITE, DAVID S., AND BRIAN L. HOWES
Nitrogen incorporation into decomposing litter of Spartina alterniflora
133-140
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HINES, MARK E., GARY T. BANTA, ANNE E. GIBLIN, JOHN E. HOBBIE, AND JOYCE B. TUGEL
Acetate concentrations and oxidation in salt-marsh sediments
140-148
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HARDEN, HARMON S., AND JEFFREY P. CHANTON
Locus of methane release and mass-dependent fractionation from two wetland macrophytes
148-154
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MARCUS, NANCY H., ROBERT LUTZ, WILLIAM BURNETT, AND PETER CABLE
Age, viability, and vertical distribution of zooplankton resting eggs from an anoxic basin: Evidence of an egg bank
154-158
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NAVARRO, J. M., AND R. J. THOMPSON
Comparison and evaluation of different techniques for measuring absorption efficiency in suspension feeders
159-164
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ABELSON, AVIGDOR, DANIEL WEIHS, AND YOSSI LOYA
Hydrodynamic impediments to settlement of marine propagules. and adhesive-filament solutions
164-169
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Li, WILLIAM K. W.
Primary production of prochlorophytes, cyanobacteria, and eucaryotic ultraphytoplankton: Measurements from flow cytometric sorting
169-175
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HEAD, E. J. H., B. T. HARGRAVE, AND D. V. SUBBA RAO
Accumulation of a pheophorbide a-like pigment in sediment traps during late stages of a spring bloom: A product of dying algae?
176-181
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LEWITUS, ALAN J., AND TODD M. KANA
Responses of estuarine phytoplankton to exogenous glucose: Stimulation versus inhibition of photosynthesis and respiration
182-189
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BRONK, DEBORAH A., AND PATRICIA M. GLIBERT
The fate of the missing 15N differs among marine systems
189-195
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PETERS, FRANCESC
Prediction of planktonic protistan grazing rates
195-206
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DUSENBERRY, JEFFREY A., AND SHEILA L. FRANKEL
Increasing the sensitivity of a FACScan flow cytometer to study oceanic picoplankton
206-209
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Book Reviews

H. H. SELIGER
Toxic phytoplankton blooms in the sea (T. J. Smayda and Y. Shimizu [eds.])
210-211
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