Table of Contents, Vol. 46(3), May 2001

Articles

Smith, Erik M., and W. Michael Kemp
Size structure and the production/respiration balance in a coastal plankton community
473-485
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Sharples, Jonathan, C. Mark Moore, Tom P. Rippeth, Patrick M. Holligan, David J. Hydes, Neil R. Fisher, and John H. Simpson
Phytoplankton distribution and survival in the thermocline
486-496
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Gervais, Frank, and Ulf Riebesell
Effect of phosphorus limitation on elemental composition and stable carbon isotope fractionation in a marine diatom growing under different CO2 concentrations
497-504
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Grey, Jonathan, Roger I. Jones, and Darren Sleep
Seasonal changes in the importance of the source of organic matter to the diet of zooplankton in Loch Ness, as indicated by stable isotope analysis
505-513
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Raikow, David F., and Stephen K. Hamilton
Bivalve diets in a midwestern U.S. stream: A stable isotope enrichment study
514-522
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Fellows, Christine S., H. Maurice Valett, and Clifford N. Dahm
Whole-stream metabolism in two montane streams: Contribution of the hyporheic zone
523-531
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Chadwick, Michael A., and Jack W. Feminella
Influence of salinity and temperature on the growth and production of a freshwater mayfly in the Lower Mobile River, Alabama
532-542
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Smith, Jr., Kenneth L., Ronald S. Kaufmann, Roberta J. Baldwin, and A. F. Carlucci
Pelagic-benthic coupling in the abyssal eastern North Pacific: An eight-year time-series study of food supply and demand
543-556
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Urbach, Ena, Kevin L. Vergin, Lei Young, Ariel Morse, Gary L. Larson, and Stephen J. Giovannoni
Unusual bacterioplankton community structure in ultra-oligotrophic Crater Lake
557-572
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Newell, Steven Y.
Multiyear patterns of fungal biomass dynamics and productivity within naturally decaying smooth cordgrass shoots
573-583
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Grad, Gabriella, Craig E. Williamson, and Danielle M. Karapelou
Zooplankton survival and reproduction responses to damaging UV radiation: A test of reciprocity and photoenzymatic repair
584-591
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Banaszak, Anastazia T., and Patrick J. Neale
Ultraviolet radiation sensitivity of photosynthesis in phytoplankton from an estuarine environment
592-603
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Tobias, Craig R., Judson W. Harvey, and Iris C. Anderson
Quantifying groundwater discharge through fringing wetlands to estuaries: Seasonal variability, methods comparison, and implications for wetland-estuary exchange
604-615
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Boudreau, Bernard P., Bruce S. Gardiner, and Bruce D. Johnson
Rate of growth of isolated bubbles in sediments with a diagenetic source of methane
616-622
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Sellers, Patricia, Carol A. Kelly, and John W. M. Rudd
Fluxes of methylmercury to the water column of a drainage lake: The relative importance of internal and external sources
623-631
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Obernosterer, Ingrid, Piet Ruardij, and Gerhard J. Herndl
Spatial and diurnal dynamics of dissolved organic matter (DOM) fluorescence and H2O2 and the photochemical oxygen demand of surface water DOM across the subtropical Atlantic Ocean
632-643
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Rosenstock, Bernd, and Meinhard Simon
Sources and sinks of dissolved free amino acids and protein in a large and deep mesotrophic lake
644-654
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Raymond, Peter A., and James E. Bauer
DOC cycling in a temperate estuary: A mass balance approach using natural 14C and 13C isotopes
655-667
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Stevens, C. L., C. L. Hurd, and M. J. Smith
Water motion relative to subtidal kelp fronds
668-678
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Zhou, Meng, Yiwu Zhu, Shawn Putnam, and Jay Peterson
Mesoscale variability of physical and biological fields in southeastern Lake Superior
679-688
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Notes

Malinen, Tommi, Jukka Horppila, and Anne Liljendahl-Nurminen
Langmuir circulations disturb the low-oxygen refuge of phantom midge larvae
689-692
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Hart, Rob C.
Rapid estimation of in situ growth rates of Caridina nilotica (Crustacea: Decapoda) in Lake Victoria: Description and pilot application of a simple, field-compatible technique
692-698
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Timmermans, Klaas R., Josje Snoek, Loes J. A. Gerringa, Ingrid Zondervan, and Hein J. W. de Baar
Not all eucaryotic algae can replace zinc with cobalt: Chaetoceros calcitrans (Bacillariophyceae) versus Emiliania huxleyi (Prymnesiophyceae)
699-703
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Omori, Makoto, Hironobu Fukami, Hisao Kobinata, and Masayuki Hatta
Significant drop of fertilization of Acropora corals in 1999: An after-effect of heavy coral bleaching?
704-706
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Martel, André L., Brad S. Baldwin, Ronald M. Dermott, and Richard A. Lutz
Species and epilimnion/hypolimnion-related differences in size at larval settlement and metamorphosis in Dreissena (Bivalvia)
707-713
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Lyons, W. B., K. A. Welch, J.-C. Bozongo, E. Y. Graham, G. Shabunin, H. E. Gaudette, and R. J. Poreda
A preliminary assessment of the geochemical dynamics of Issyk-Kul Lake, Kirghizstan
713-718
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Kähler, Paul, and Eduard Bauerfeind
Organic particles in a shallow sediment trap: Substantial loss to the dissolved phase
719-723
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Lancaster, Jill, and Susan Waldron
Stable isotope signatures of lotic invertebrates: Sources of variation, experimental design, and statistical interpretation
723-730
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Biddanda, Bopaiah, Megan Ogdahl, and James Cotner
Dominance of bacterial metabolism in oligotrophic relative to eutrophic waters
730-739
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Comment

Byrne, Robert H., and Eric Kaltenbacher
Use of liquid core waveguides for long pathlength absorbance spectroscopy: Principles and practice
740-742
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D'Sa, Eurico J., and Robert G. Steward
Liquid capillary waveguide application in absorbance spectroscopy (Reply to the comment by Byrne and Kaltenbacher)
742-745
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Book Reviews

Thomas S. Bianchi
Estuarine science: A synthetic approach to research and practice (John E. Hobbie [ed.])
746
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Stephen K. Hamilton
Prairie wetland ecology. The contribution of the Marsh Ecology Research Program (Henry R. Murkin, Arnold G. van der Valk, and William R. Clark [eds.])
747-748
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