Table of Contents, Vol. 48(6), November 2003

Articles

Lorke, Andreas, Beat Müller, Martin Maerki, and Alfred Wüest
Breathing sediments: The control of diffusive transport across the sediment-water interface by periodic boundary-layer turbulence
2077-2085
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Chauvaud, Laurent, Janet K. Thompson, James E. Cloern, and Gérard Thouzeau
Clams as CO2 generators: The Potamocorbula amurensis example in San Francisco Bay
2086-2092
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Herczeg, A. L., F. W. Leaney, J. C. Dighton, S. Lamontagne, S. L. Schiff, A. L. Telfer, and M. C. English
A modern isotope record of changes in water and carbon budgets in a groundwater-fed lake: Blue Lake, South Australia
2093-2105
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Berglund, Olof
Periphyton density influences organochlorine accumulation in rivers
2106-2116
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Humphries, Stuart, and Graeme D. Ruxton
Estimation of intergenerational drift dispersal distances and mortality risk for aquatic macroinvertebrates
2117-2124
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Tyler, Anna Christina, Karen J. McGlathery, and Iris C. Anderson
Benthic algae control sediment–water column fluxes of organic and inorganic nitrogen compounds in a temperate lagoon
2125-2137
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Dalsgaard, Tage
Benthic primary production and nutrient cycling in sediments with benthic microalgae and transient accumulation of macroalgae
2138-2150
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Gribsholt, Britta, and Erik Kristensen
Benthic metabolism and sulfur cycling along an inundation gradient in a tidal Spartina anglica salt marsh
2151-2162
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Alve, Elisabeth, and Susan T. Goldstein
Propagule transport as a key method of dispersal in benthic foraminifera (Protista)
2163-2170
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Philippart, Catharina J. M., Hendrik M. van Aken, Jan J. Beukema, Oscar G. Bos, Gerhard C. Cadée, and Rob Dekker
Climate-related changes in recruitment of the bivalve Macoma balthica
2171-2185
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Aucour, Anne-Marie, Simon M. F. Sheppard, and Régine Savoye
d13C of fluvial mollusk shells (Rhône River): A proxy for dissolved inorganic carbon?
2186-2193
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Trudeau, Véronique, and Joseph B. Rasmussen
The effect of water velocity on stable carbon and nitrogen isotope signatures of periphyton
2194-2199
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Pel, Roel, Hans Hoogveld, and Virgilio Floris
Using the hidden isotopic heterogeneity in phyto- and zooplankton to unmask disparity in trophic carbon transfer
2200-2207
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Zimmer, Martin, and Silvia Bartholmé
Bacterial endosymbionts in Asellus aquaticus (Isopoda) and Gammarus pulex (Amphipoda), and their contribution to digestion
2208-2213
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Lürling, Miquel
Daphnia growth on microcystin-producing and microcystin-free Microcystis aeruginosa in different mixtures with the green alga Scenedesmus obliquus
2214-2220
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Hembre, Leif K., and Robert O. Megard
Seasonal and diel patchiness of a Daphnia population: An acoustic analysis
2221-2233
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Laney, S. R.
Assessing the error in photosynthetic properties determined with Fast Repetition Rate fluorometry
2234-2242
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Flynn, Kevin J.
Do we need complex mechanistic photoacclimation models for phytoplankton?
2243-2249
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Achilles, Katherine M., Thomas M. Church, Steven W. Wilhelm, George W. Luther III, and David A. Hutchins
Bioavailability of iron to Trichodesmium colonies in the western subtropical Atlantic Ocean
2250-2255
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Bucciarelli, Eva, and William G. Sunda
Influence of CO2, nitrate, phosphate, and silicate limitation on intracellular dimethylsulfoniopropionate in batch cultures of the coastal diatom Thalassiosira pseudonana
2256-2265
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Grover, Renaud, Jean-François Maguer, Denis Allemand, and Christine Ferrier-Pagès
Nitrate uptake in the scleractinian coral Stylophora pistillata
2266-2274
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Hellweger, Ferdi L., Kevin J. Farley, Upmanu Lall, and Dominic M. Di Toro
Greedy algae reduce arsenate
2275-2288
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Muller, François L. L., Stéphan Jacquet, and William H. Wilson
Biological factors regulating the chemical speciation of Cu, Zn, and Mn under different nutrient regimes in a marine mesocosm experiment
2289-2302
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Adam, Christelle, and Jacqueline Garnier-Laplace
Bioaccumulation of silver-110m, cobalt-60, cesium-137, and manganese-54 by the freshwater algae Scenedesmus obliquus and Cyclotella meneghiana and by suspended matter collected during a summer bloom event
2303-2313
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Gobler, Christopher J., and Sergio A. Sañudo-Wilhelmy
Cycling of colloidal organic carbon and nitrogen during an estuarine phytoplankton bloom
2314-2320
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Xenopoulos, Marguerite A., David M. Lodge, Jason Frentress, Timothy A. Kreps, Scott D. Bridgham, Elizabeth Grossman, and Caryn J. Jackson
Regional comparisons of watershed determinants of dissolved organic carbon in temperate lakes from the Upper Great Lakes region and selected regions globally
2321-2334
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Bayley, Suzanne E., and Colleen M. Prather
Do wetland lakes exhibit alternative stable states? Submersed aquatic vegetation and chlorophyll in western boreal shallow lakes
2335-2345
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Veselý, Josef, Vladimír Majer, Jirí Kopácek, and Stephen A. Norton
Increasing temperature decreases aluminum concentrations in Central European lakes recovering from acidification
2346-2354
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Labiosa, Rochelle G., Kevin R. Arrigo, Amatzia Genin, Stephen G. Monismith, and Gert van Dijken
The interplay between upwelling and deep convective mixing in determining the seasonal phytoplankton dynamics in the Gulf of Aqaba: Evidence from SeaWiFS and MODIS
2355-2368
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Konovalov, Sergey K., George W. Luther, III, Gernot E. Friederich, Donald B. Nuzzio, Bradley M. Tebo, James W. Murray, Temel Oguz, Brian Glazer, Robert E. Trouwborst, Brian Clement, Karen J. Murray, and Alexander S. Romanov
Lateral injection of oxygen with the Bosporus plume—fingers of oxidizing potential in the Black Sea
2369-2376
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Green, Rebecca E., Heidi M. Sosik, and Robert J. Olson
Contributions of phytoplankton and other particles to inherent optical properties in New England continental shelf waters
2377-2391
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Lewin, Wolf-Christian, Norbert Kamjunke, and Thomas Mehner
Phosphorus uptake by Microcystis during passage through fish guts
2392-2396
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