Table of Contents, Vol. 40 (5), 1995

Articles

SHIMETA, JEFF, PETER A. JUMARS, AND EVELYN J. LESSARD
Influences of turbulence on suspension feeding by planktonic protozoa; experiments in laminar shear fields
845-859
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EDERINGTON, MELISSA C., GEORGE B. MCMANUS, AND H. RODGER HARVEY
Trophic transfer of fatty acids, sterols, and a triterpenoid alcohol between bacteria, a ciliate, and the copepod Acartia tonsa
860-867
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HÖFLE, MANFRED G., AND INGRID BRETTAR
Taxonomic diversity and metabolic activity of microbial communities in the water column of the central Baltic Sea
868-874
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TAYLOR, GORDON T.
Microbial degradation of sorbed and dissolved protein in seawater
875-885
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HOCH, MATTHEW P., AND DAVID L. KIRCHMAN
Ammonium uptake by heterotrophic bacteria in the Delaware estuary and adjacent coastal waters
886-897
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NORRMAN, BO, ULLA LI ZWEIFEL, CHARLES S. HOPKINSON, JR., AND BRIAN FRY
Production and utilization of dissolved organic carbon during an experimental diatom bloom
898-907
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JENSEN, HENNING S., P. B. MORTENSEN, F. O. ANDERSEN, E. RASMUSSEN, AND A. JENSEN
Phosphorus cycling in a coastal marine sediment, Aarhus Bay, Denmark
908-917
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SCHELSKE, CLAIRE L., AND DAVID A. HODELL
Using carbon isotopes of bulk sedimentary organic matter to reconstruct the history of nutrient loading and eutrophication in Lake Erie
918-929
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KOPACEK, JIRI, LIDMILA PROCHÁKOVÁ, EVZEN STUCHLÍK, AND PAVEL BLAZKA
The nitrogen phosphorus relationship in mountain lakes: Influence of atmospheric input, watershed, and pH
930-937
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TATE, CATHY M., ROBERT E. BROSHEARS, AND DIANE M. MCKNIGHT
Phosphate dynamics in an acidic mountain stream: Interactions involving algal uptake, sorption by iron oxide, and photoreduction
938-946
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CHANDY, SHONALI T., AND CHARLES H. GREENE
Estimating the predatory impact of gelatinous zooplankton
947-955
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BABIN, MARCEL, JEAN-CLAUDE THERRIAULT, LOUIS LEGENDRE, BARBARA NIEKE, RAINER REUTER, AND ALFONSO CONDAL
Relationship between the maximum quantum yield of carbon fixation and the minimum quantum yield of chlorophyll a in vivo fluorescence in the Gulf of St. Lawrence
956-968
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DEGRANDPRE, M. D., T. R. HAMMAR, S. P SMITH, AND F. L. SAYLES
In situ measurements of seawater pCO2
969-975
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FITT, W. K., T. A. V. REES, AND D. YELLOWLEES
Relationship between pH and the availability of dissolved inorganic nitrogen in the zooxanthella-giant clam symbiosis
976-982
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SUZUKI, KOJI, NOBUHIKO HANDA, HIROSHI KIYOSAWA, AND JOJI ISHIZAKA
Distribution of the prochlorophyte Prochlorococcus in the central Pacific Ocean as measured by HPLC
983-989
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HUTCHINS, DAVID A., WEN-XIONG WANG, AND NICHOLAS S. FISHER
Copepod grazing and the biogeochemical fate of diatom iron
989-994
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MIYAJIMA, TOSHIHIRO, YOSHIHIRO YAMADA, YUKO T. HANBA, KOICHI YOSHII, TADATOSHI KOITABASHI, AND EITARO WADA
Determining the stable isotope ratio of total dissolved inorganic carbon in lake water by GC/C/IIRMS
994-1000
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YAMAMURO, MASUMI, AND HAJIME KAYANNE
Rapid direct determination of organic carbon and nitrogen in carbonate-bearing sediments with a Yanaco MT-5 CHN analyzer
1001-1005
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MILLER, CAROLYN A., DEBORAH L. PENRY, AND PATRICIA M. GLIBERT
The impact of trophic interactions on rates of nitrogen regeneration and grazing in Chesapeake Bay
1005-1011
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LUSTWERK, RIGEL L., AND DAVID J. BURDIGE
Elimination of dissolved sulfide interference in the flow injection determination of SCO2, by addition of molybdate
1011-1012
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MCCORMICK, N. J.
Mathematical models for the mean cosine of irradiance and the diffuse attenuation coefficient
1013-1018
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