Table of Contents, Vol. 45(2), March 2000

Articles

Ziegler, Susan, and Ronald Benner
Effects of solar radiation on dissolved organic matter cycling in a subtropical seagrass meadow
257-266
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Andrews, Steven S., Sigalit Caron, and Oliver C. Zafiriou
Photochemical oxygen consumption in marine waters: A major sink for colored dissolved organic matter?
267-277
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Whitehead, Robert F., Stephen de Mora, Serge Demers, Michel Gosselin, Patrick Monfort, and Behzad Mostajir
Interactions of ultraviolet-B radiation, mixing, and biological activity on photobleaching of natural chromophoric dissolved organic matter: A mesocosm study
278-291
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Arts, Michael T., Richard D. Robarts, Fumie Kasai, Marley J. Waiser, Vijay P. Tumber, Amanda J. Plante, Hakumat Rai, and Hendrika J. de Lange
The attenuation of ultraviolet radiation in high dissolved organic carbon waters of wetlands and lakes on the northern Great Plains
292-299
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Thunell, Robert C., Ramon Varela, Martin Llano, James Collister, Frank Muller-Karger, and Richard Bohrer
Organic carbon fluxes, degradation, and accumulation in an anoxic basin: Sediment trap results from the Cariaco Basin
300-308
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Claustre, Hervé, Frank Fell, Kadija Oubelkheir, Louis Prieur, Antoine Sciandra, Bernard Gentili, and Marcel Babin
Continuous monitoring of surface optical properties across a geostrophic front: Biogeochemical inferences
309-321
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Berthon, Jean-François, Giuseppe Zibordi, and Stanford B. Hooker
Marine optical measurements of a mucilage event in the northern Adriatic Sea
322-327
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Guichard, Frédéric, Edwin Bourget, and Jean-Paul Agnard
High-resolution remote sensing of intertidal ecosystems: A low-cost technique to link scale-dependent patterns and processes
328-338
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Worm, Boris, Heike K. Lotze, and Ulrich Sommer
Coastal food web structure, carbon storage, and nitrogen retention regulated by consumer pressure and nutrient loading
339-349
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Hart, Deborah R., Lewi Stone, and Tom Berman
Seasonal dynamics of the Lake Kinneret food web: The importance of the microbial loop
350-361
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Job, Suresh D., and David R. Bellwood
Light sensitivity in larval fishes: Implications for vertical zonation in the pelagic zone
362-371
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Elzenga, J. Theo M., Hidde B. A. Prins, and Jacqueline Stefels
The role of extracellular carbonic anhydrase activity in inorganic carbon utilization of Phaeocystis globosa (Pyrmnesiophyceae): A comparison with other marine algae using isotopic disequilibrium technique
372-380
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Buffan-Dubau, Evelyne, and Kevin R. Carman
Diel feeding behavior of meiofauna and their relationships with microalgal resources
381-395
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Makino, Wataru, and Syuhei Ban
Response of life history traits to food conditions in a cyclopoid copepod from an oligotrophic environment
396-407
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Rohwer, Forest, Anca Segall, Grieg Steward, Victor Seguritan, Mya Breitbart, Felise Wolven, and Farooq Azam
The complete genomic sequence of the marine phage Roseophage SIO1 shares homology with nonmarine phages
408-418
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Turley, C. M., and E. D. Stutt
Depth-related cell-specific bacterial leucine incorporation rates on particles and its biogeochemical significance in the Northwest Mediterranean
419-425
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Nagata, Toshi, Hideki Fukuda, Rumi Fukuda, and Isao Koike
Bacterioplankton distribution and production in deep Pacific waters: Large-scale geographic variations and possible coupling with sinking particle fluxes
426-435
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Grossart, Hans-Peter, and Helle Ploug
Bacterial production and growth efficiencies: Direct measurements on riverine aggregates
436-445
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Fowler, Scott W., Victor E. Noshkin, Jacques La Rosa, and Janine Gastaud
Temporal variations in plutonium and americium inventories and their relation to vertical transport in the northwestern Mediterranean Sea
446-458
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Notes

Schell, Donald M.
Declining carrying capacity in the Bering Sea: Isotopic evidence from whale baleen
459-462
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Branstrator, Donn K., Gilbert Cabana, Asit Mazumder, and Joseph B. Rasmussen
Measuring life-history omnivory in the opossum shrimp, Mysis relicta, with stable nitrogen isotopes
463-467
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Kirkpatrick, Gary J., David F. Millie, Mark A. Moline, and Oscar Schofield
Optical discrimination of a phytoplankton species in natural mixed populations
467-471
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Kristiansen, Svein, Tove Farbrot, and Lars-Johan Naustvoll
Production of biogenic silica by spring diatoms
472-478
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Kiørboe, Thomas
Colonization of marine snow aggregates by invertebrate zooplankton: Abundance, scaling, and possible role
479-484
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Vaillancourt, Robert D., and William M. Balch
Size distribution of marine submicron particles determined by flow field-flow fractionation
485-492
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Balch, William M., James Vaughn, James Novotny, David T. Drapeau, Robert Vaillancourt, Janeen Lapierre, and Amanda Ashe
Light scattering by viral suspensions
492-498
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Button, D. K., and Betsy Robertson
Effect of nutrient kinetics and cytoarchitecture on bacterioplankter size
499-505
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Solow, Andrew R., Stephen M. Bollens, and Andrew Beet
Comparing two vertical plankton distributions
506-509
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Anderson, L. D., and M. L. Delaney
Sequential extraction and analysis of phosphorus in marine sediments: Streamlining of the SEDEX procedure
509-515
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Comment

Marshall, Rhoda A., John T. G. Hamilton, Matthew J. Dring, and David B. Harper
The red alga Asparagopsis taxiformis/Falkenbergia hillebrandii—a possible source of trichloroethylene and perchloroethylene?
516-519
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Abrahamsson, Katarina, and Marianne Pedersén
Evidence of the natural production of trichloroethylene (Reply to the comment by Marshall et al.)
520-522
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Book Reviews

Harvey A. Bootsma
Ecological dynamics of tropical inland waters (Jack F. Talling, and Jacques Lemoalle)
523
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George B. McManus
Biogeochemistry of Gulf of Mexico estuaries (Thomas S. Bianchi, Jonathan R. Pennock, and Robert R. Twilley)
524
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