Table of Contents, Vol. 48(3), May 2003

Articles

Scavia, Donald, Nancy N. Rabalais, R. Eugene Turner, Dubravko Justic, and William J. Wiseman, Jr.
Predicting the response of Gulf of Mexico hypoxia to variations in Mississippi River nitrogen load
951-956
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Gramling, C. M., D. C. McCorkle, A. E. Mulligan, and T. L. Woods
A carbon isotope method to quantify groundwater discharge at the land-sea interface
957-970
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Stocker, Roman, and Jörg Imberger
Horizontal transport and dispersion in the surface layer of a medium-sized lake
971-982
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Laval, Bernard, Jörg Imberger, Ben R. Hodges, and Roman Stocker
Modeling circulation in lakes: Spatial and temporal variations
983-994
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Winter, Thomas C., Donald C. Buso, Donald O. Rosenberry, Gene E. Likens, Alex M. Sturrock, Jr., and David P. Mau
Evaporation determined by the energy-budget method for Mirror Lake, New Hampshire
995-1009
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Crusius, John, and Rik Wanninkhof
Gas transfer velocities measured at low wind speed over a lake
1010-1017
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Moran, S. B., S. E. Weinstein, H. N. Edmonds, J. N. Smith, R. P. Kelly, M. E. Q. Pilson, and W. G. Harrison
Does 234Th/238U disequilibrium provide an accurate record of the export flux of particulate organic carbon from the upper ocean?
1018-1029
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Ostrovsky, Ilia
Methane bubbles in Lake Kinneret: Quantification and temporal and spatial heterogeneity
1030-1036
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Yamada, Namiha, and Eiichiro Tanoue
Detection and partial characterization of dissolved glycoproteins in oceanic waters
1037-1048
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Björkman, Karin M., and David M. Karl
Bioavailavility of dissolved organic phosphorus in the euphotic zone at Station ALOHA, North Pacific Subtropical Gyre
1049-1057
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Karsh, K. L., T. W. Trull, M. J. Lourey, and D. M. Sigman
Relationship of nitrogen isotope fractionation to phytoplankton size and iron availability during the Southern Ocean Iron RElease Experiment (SOIREE)
1058-1068
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Barbeau, Katherine, Eden L. Rue, Charles G. Trick, Kenneth W. Bruland, and Alison Butler
Photochemical reactivity of siderophores produced by marine heterotrophic bacteria and cyanobacteria, based on characteristic Fe(III) binding groups
1069-1078
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Cullen, Jay T., Zanna Chase, Kenneth H. Coale, Steve E. Fitzwater, and Robert M. Sherrell
Effect of iron limitation on the cadmium to phosphorus ratio of natural phytoplankton assemblages from the Southern Ocean
1079-1087
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Toole, Dierdre A., David J. Kieber, Ronald P. Kiene, David A. Siegel, and Norman B. Nelson
Photolysis and the dimethylsulfide (DMS) summer paradox in the Sargasso Sea
1088-1100
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Stanley, Emily H., Mark D. Johnson, and Amelia K. Ward
Evaluating the influence of macrophytes on algal and bacterial production in multiple habitats of a freshwater wetland
1101-1111
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Hanson, Paul C., Darren L. Bade, Stephen R. Carpenter, and Timothy K. Kratz
Lake metabolism: Relationships with dissolved organic carbon and phosphorus
1112-1119
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Hall, Robert O., Jr., and Jennifer L. Tank
Ecosystem metabolism controls nitrogen uptake in streams in Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming
1120-1128
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Sheibley, Richard W., John H. Duff, Alan P. Jackman, and Frank J. Triska
Inorganic nitrogen transformations in the bed of the Shingobee River, Minnesota, USA: Integrating hydrologic and biological processes using sediment perfusion cores
1129-1140
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Teubner, Katrin, N. D. Crosbie, K. Donabaum, W. Kabas, A. K. T. Kirschner, G. Pfister, M. Salbrechter, and M. T. Dokulil
Enhanced phosphorus accumulation efficiency by the pelagic community at reduced phosphorus supply: A lake experiment from bacteria to metazoan zooplankton
1141-1149
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Tanaka, Tsuneo, Fereidoun Rassoulzadegan, and T. Frede Thingstad
Measurements of phosphate affinity constants and phosphorus release rates from the microbial food web in Villefranche Bay, northwestern Mediterranean
1150-1160
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Skovgaard, Alf, and Per Juel Hansen
Food uptake in the harmful alga Prymnesium parvum mediated by excreted toxins
1161-1166
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Rengefors, K., K. C. Ruttenberg, C. L. Haupert, C. Taylor, B. L. Howes, and D. M. Anderson
Experimental investigation of taxon-specific response of alkaline phosphatase activity in natural freshwater phytoplankton
1167-1175
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Goldman, Joel C., and Dennis J. McGillicuddy, Jr.
Effect of large marine diatoms growing at low light on episodic new production
1176-1182
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Mackay, Anson W., Richard W. Battarbee, Roger J. Flower, Nicholas G. Granin, David H. Jewson, David B. Ryves, and Michael Sturm
Assessing the potential for developing internal diatom-based transfer functions for Lake Baikal
1183-1192
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Stewart, Gillian M., and Nicholas S. Fisher
Experimental studies on the accumulation of polonium-210 by marine phytoplankton
1193-1201
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Erga, Svein Rune, Maren Dybwad, Øyvind Frette, Jon Kåre Lotsberg, and Kjetil Aursland
New aspects of migratory behavior of phytoplankton in stratified waters: Effects of halocline strength and light on Tetraselmis sp. (Prasinophyceae) in an artificial water column
1202-1213
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Horppila, Jukka, Anne Liljendahl-Nurminen, Tommi Malinen, Mikko Salonen, Antti Tuomaala, Laura Uusitalo, and Mika Vinni
Mysis relicta in a eutrophic lake: Consequences of obligatory habitat shifts
1214-1222
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Kringel, Keli, Peter A. Jumars, and D. V. Holliday
A shallow scattering layer: High-resolution acoustic analysis of nocturnal vertical migration from the seabed
1223-1234
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Beaulieu, Stace E.
Resuspension of phytodetritus from the sea floor: A laboratory flume study
1235-1244
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Torres, Raymond, Mwasi J. Mwamba, and Miguel A. Goñi
Properties of intertidal marsh sediment mobilized by rainfall
1245-1253
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Turnewitsch, Robert, and Gerhard Graf
Variability of particulate seawater properties related to bottom mixed layer-associated internal waves in shallow water on a time scale of hours
1254-1264
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Glud, Ronnie N., Jens K. Gundersen, Hans Røy, and Bo Barker Jørgensen
Seasonal dynamics of benthic O2 uptake in a semienclosed bay: Importance of diffusion and faunal activity
1265-1276
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Johnsen, Sönke, and Heidi M. Sosik
Cryptic coloration and mirrored sides as camouflage strategies in near-surface pelagic habitats: Implications for foraging and predator avoidance
1277-1288
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Hessen, Dag O., Tom Andersen, Pål Brettum, and Bjørn A. Faafeng
Phytoplankton contribution to sestonic mass and elemental ratios in lakes: Implications for zooplankton nutrition
1289-1296
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Gilbert, John J.
Specificity of crowding response that induces sexuality in the rotifer Brachionus
1297-1303
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Saiz, Enric, Albert Calbet, and Elisabetta Broglio
Effects of small-scale turbulence on copepods: The case of Oithona davisae
1304-1311
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Maar, Marie, Torkel Gissel Nielsen, Adolf Stips, and André W. Visser
Microscale distribution of zooplankton in relation to turbulent diffusion
1312-1325
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O'Brien, Katherine R., Gregory N. Ivey, David P. Hamilton, Anya M. Waite, and Petra M. Visser
Simple mixing criteria for the growth of negatively buoyant phytoplankton
1326-1337
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Helmuth, Brian, and Mark W. Denny
Predicting wave exposure in the rocky intertidal zone: Do bigger waves always lead to larger forces?
1338-1345
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Comment

Jeppesen, Erik, Martin Søndergaard, and Jens Peder Jensen
Climatic warming and regime shifts in lake food webs–some comments
1346-1349
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Van Donk, Ellen, Luis Santamaría, and Wolf M. Mooij
Climate warming causes regime shifts in lake food webs: A reassessment
1350-1353
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Scheffer, Marten, Dietmar Straile, Egbert H. van Nes, and Harry Hosper
Climatic effects on regime shifts in lakes: A reply
1353-1356
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Laws, Edward A.
Mesozooplankton grazing and primary production: An alternative assessment
1357-1359
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Calbet, Albert, and Yves T. Prairie
Mesozooplankton grazing and primary production: Reply to the comment by Laws
1359-1362
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McArdle, Brian H.
Lines, models, and errors: Regression in the field
1363-1366
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