Table of Contents, Vol. 44(3 pt 2), May 1999

Articles

Hall, Roland I., Peter R. Leavitt, Roberto Quinlan, Aruna S. Dixit, and John P. Smol
Effects of agriculture, urbanization, and climate on water quality in the northern Great Plains
739-756
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Leavitt, P. R., D. L. Findlay, R. I. Hall, and J. P. Smol
Algal responses to dissolved organic carbon loss and pH decline during whole-lake acidification: Evidence from paleolimnology
757-773
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Williamson, Craig E., Bruce R. Hargreaves, Pamela S. Orr, and Patricia A. Lovera
Does UV play a role in changes in predation and zooplankton community structure in acidified lakes?
774-783
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Frost, Thomas M., Pamela K. Montz, Timothy K. Kratz, Tracy Badillo, Patrick L. Brezonik, Maria J. Gonzalez, Ronald G. Rada, Carl J. Watras, Katherine E. Webster, James G. Wiener, Craig E. Williamson, and Donald P. Morris
Multiple stresses from a single agent: Diverse responses to the experimental acidification of Little Rock Lake, Wisconsin
784-794
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Williamson, Craig E., Donald P. Morris, Michael L. Pace, and Olaf G. Olson
Dissolved organic carbon and nutrients as regulators of lake ecosystems: Resurrection of a more integrated paradigm
795-803
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Niyogi, Dev K., Diane M. McKnight, and William M. Lewis, Jr.
Influences of water and substrate quality for periphyton in a montane stream affected by acid mine drainage
804-809
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Cottingham, Kathryn L.
Nutrients and zooplankton as multiple stressors of phytoplankton communities: Evidence from size structure
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Kitchell, James F., Daniel E. Schindler, Brian R. Herwig, David M. Post, Mark H. Olson, and Michael Oldham
Nutrient cycling at the landscape scale: The role of diel foraging migrations by geese at the Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge, New Mexico
828-836
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Breitburg, Denise L., James G. Sanders, Cynthia C. Gilmour, Colleen A. Hatfield, Richard W. Osman, Gerhardt F. Riedel, Sybil P. Seitzinger, and Kevin G. Sellner
Variability in responses to nutrients and trace elements, and transmission of stressor effects through an estuarine food web
837-863
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Folt, C. L., C. Y. Chen, M. V. Moore, and J. Burnaford
Synergism and antagonism among multiple stressors
864-877
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Gensemer, Robert W., D. George Dixon, and Bruce M. Greenberg
Using chlorophyll a fluorescence to detect the onset of anthracene photoinduced toxicity in Lemna gibba, and the mitigating effects of a commercial humic acid
878-888
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Jeremiason, Jeff D., Steven J. Eisenreich, Michael J. Paterson, Ken G. Beaty, Robert Hecky, and James J. Elser
Biogeochemical cycling of PCBs in lakes of variable trophic status: A paired-lake experiment
889-902
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McDowell, Judith E., Bruce A. Lancaster, Dale F. Leavitt, Pirjo Rantamaki, and Bonnie Ripley
The effects of lipophilic organic contaminants on reproductive physiology and disease processes in marine bivalve molluscs
903-909
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Lenihan, Hunter S., Fiorenza Micheli, Stephen W. Shelton, and Charles H. Peterson
The influence of multiple environmental stressors on susceptibility to parasites: An experimental determination with oysters
910-924
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Lafferty, Kevin D., and Armand M. Kuris
How environmental stress affects the impacts of parasites
925-931
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Hughes, T. P., and J. H. Connell
Multiple stressors on coral reefs: A long-term perspective
932-940
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Porter, James W., Sarah K. Lewis, and Karen G. Porter
The effect of multiple stressors on the Florida Keys coral reef ecosystem: A landscape hypothesis and a physiological test
941-949
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Ruiz, Gregory M., Paul Fofonoff, Anson H. Hines, and Edwin D. Grosholz
Non-indigenous species as stressors in estuarine and marine communities: Assessing invasion impacts and interactions
950-972
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