Table of Contents, Vol. 51(1, part 2), January 2006

Eutrophication of freshwater and marine ecosystems
Samantha B. Joye, Val H. Smith, and Robert W. Howarth, coordinating editors
Roger W. Bachmann, James E. Cloern, Robert E. Hecky, and David W. Schindler, issue editors


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Smith, Val H., Samantha B. Joye, and Robert W. Howarth
Eutrophication of freshwater and marine ecosystems
351-355
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Schindler, David W.
Recent advances in the understanding and management of eutrophication
356-363
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Howarth, Robert W., and Roxanne Marino
Nitrogen as the limiting nutrient for eutrophication in coastal marine ecosystems: Evolving views over three decades
364-376
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Smith, Val H.
Responses of estuarine and coastal marine phytoplankton to nitrogen and phosphorus enrichment
377-384
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Clarke, A. L., K. Weckström, D. J. Conley, N. J. Anderson, F. Adser, E. Andrén, V. N. de Jonge, M. Ellegaard, S. Juggins, P. Kauppila, A. Korhola, N. Reuss, R. J. Telford, and S. Vaalgamaa
Long-term trends in eutrophication and nutrients in the coastal zone
385-397
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Carstensen, Jacob, Daniel J. Conley, Jesper H. Andersen, and Gunni Ærtebjerg
Coastal eutrophication and trend reversal: A Danish case study
398-408
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Soetaert, Karline, Jack J. Middelburg, Carlo Heip, Patrick Meire, Stefan Van Damme, and Tom Maris
Long-term change in dissolved inorganic nutrients in the heterotrophic Scheldt estuary (Belgium, The Netherlands)
409-423
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Yoshiyama, Kohei, and Jonathan H. Sharp
Phytoplankton response to nutrient enrichment in an urbanized estuary: Apparent inhibition of primary production by overeutrophication
424-434
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Fisher, T. R., J. D. Hagy III, W. R. Boynton, and M. R. Williams
Cultural eutrophication in the Choptank and Patuxent estuaries of Chesapeake Bay
435-447
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Paerl, Hans W., Lexia M. Valdes, Benjamin L. Peierls, Jason E. Adolf, and Lawrence W. Harding, Jr.
Anthropogenic and climatic influences on the eutrophication of large estuarine ecosystems
448-462
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Burkholder, JoAnn M., David A. Dickey, Carol A. Kinder, Robert E. Reed, Michael A. Mallin, Matthew R. McIver, Lawrence B. Cahoon, Greg Melia, Cavell Brownie, Joy Smith, Nora Deamer, Jeffrey Springer, Howard B. Glasgow, and David Toms
Comprehensive trend analysis of nutrients and related variables in a large eutrophic estuary: A decadal study of anthropogenic and climatic influences
463-487
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Olsen, Y., S. Agustí, T. Andersen, C. M. Duarte, J. M. Gasol, I. Gismervik, A.-S. Heiskanen, E. Hoell, P. Kuuppo, R. Lignell, H. Reinertsen, U. Sommer, H. Stibor, T. Tamminen, O. Vadstein, D. Vaqué, and M. Vidal
A comparative study of responses in plankton food web structure and function in contrasting European coastal waters exposed to experimental nutrient addition
488-503
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Smith, Stephen V., and James T. Hollibaugh
Water, salt, and nutrient exchanges in San Francisco Bay
504-517
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Turner, R. E., N. N. Rabalais, B. Fry, N. Atilla, C. S. Milan, J. M. Lee, C. Normandeau, T. A. Oswald, E. M. Swenson, and D. A. Tomasko
Paleo-indicators and water quality change in the Charlotte Harbor Estuary (Florida)
518-533
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Parsons, Michael L., Quay Dortch, R. Eugene Turner, and Nancy R. Rabalais
Reconstructing the development of eutrophication in Louisiana salt marshes
534-544
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Dong, Liang F., David B. Nedwell, and Andrew Stott
Sources of nitrogen used for denitrification and nitrous oxide formation in sediments of the hypernutrified Colne, the nutrified Humber, and the oligotrophic Conwy estuaries, United Kingdom
545-557
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Gardner, Wayne S., Mark J. McCarthy, Soonmo An, Dmitri Sobolev, Karen S. Sell, and David Brock
Nitrogen fixation and dissimilatory nitrate reduction to ammonium (DNRA) support nitrogen dynamics in Texas estuaries
558-568
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Worm, Boris, and Heike K. Lotze
Effects of eutrophication, grazing, and algal blooms on rocky shores
569-579
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Wolowicz, Maciej, Adam Sokolowski, Abdullah Salem Bawazir, and Rafal Lasota
Effect of eutrophication on the distribution and ecophysiology of the mussel Mytilus trossulus (Bivalvia) in southern Baltic Sea (the Gulf of Gdañsk)
580-590
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Ménesguen, Alain, Philippe Cugier, and Isabelle Leblond
A new numerical technique for tracking chemical species in a multi-source, coastal ecosystem, applied to nitrogen causing Ulva blooms in the Bay of Brest (France)
591-601
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Childers, Daniel L., Joseph N. Boyer, Stephen E. Davis, Christopher J. Madden, David T. Rudnick, and Fred H. Sklar
Relating precipitation and water management to nutrient concentrations in the oligotrophic “upside-down” estuaries of the Florida Everglades
602-616
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Gaiser, Evelyn E., Daniel L. Childers, Ronald D. Jones, Jennifer H. Richards, Leonard J. Scinto, and Joel C. Trexler
Periphyton responses to eutrophication in the Florida Everglades: Cross-system patterns of structural and compositional change
617-630
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Erlandsson, Carina P., Anders Stigebrandt, and Lars Arneborg
The sensitivity of minimum oxygen concentrations in a fjord to changes in biotic and abiotic external forcing
631-638
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Alexander, Richard B., and Richard A. Smith
Trends in the nutrient enrichment of U.S. rivers during the late 20th century and their relation to changes in probable stream trophic conditions
639-654
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Foy, R. H., and S. D. Lennox
Evidence for a delayed response of riverine phosphorus exports from increasing agricultural catchment pressures in the Lough Neagh catchment
655-663
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Caraco, N. F., J. J. Cole, and D. L. Strayer
Top down control from the bottom: Regulation of eutrophication in a large river by benthic grazing
664-670
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Dodds, Walter K.
Eutrophication and trophic state in rivers and streams
671-680
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Chételat, John, Frances R. Pick, and Paul B. Hamilton
Potamoplankton size structure and taxonomic composition: Influence of river size and nutrient concentrations
681-689
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Mallin, Michael A., Virginia L. Johnson, Scott H. Ensign, and Tara A. MacPherson
Factors contributing to hypoxia in rivers, lakes, and streams
690-701
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Matthews, David A., and Steven W. Effler
Long-term changes in the areal hypolimnetic oxygen deficit (AHOD) of Onondaga Lake: Evidence of sediment feedback
702-714
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Moustaka-Gouni, Maria, Elisabeth Vardaka, Evangelia Michaloudi, Konstantinos Ar. Kormas, Eleni Tryfon, Helen Mihalatou, Spyros Gkelis, and Tom Lanaras
Plankton food web structure in a eutrophic polymictic lake with a history in toxic cyanobacterial blooms
715-727
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Schelske, Claire L., Eugene F. Stoermer, and William F. Kenney
Historic low-level phosphorus enrichment in the Great Lakes inferred from biogenic silica accumulation in sediments
728-748
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Chróst, Ryszard J., and Waldemar Siuda
Microbial production, utilization, and enzymatic degradation of organic matter in the upper trophogenic layer in the pelagial zone of lakes along a eutrophication gradient
749-762
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Moosmann, Lorenz, René Gächter, Beat Müller, and Alfred Wüest
Is phosphorus retention in autochthonous lake sediments controlled by oxygen or phosphorus?
763-771
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Gerdeaux, Daniel, and Marie-Elodie Perga
Changes in whitefish scales d13C during eutrophication and reoligotrophication of subalpine lakes
772-780
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Vreca, Polona, and Gregor Muri
Changes in accumulation of organic matter and stable carbon and nitrogen isotopes in sediments of two Slovenian mountain lakes (Lake Ledvica and Lake Planina), induced by eutrophication changes
781-790
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Jensen, Jens Peder, Asger Roer Pedersen, Erik Jeppesen, and Martin Søndergaard
An empirical model describing the seasonal dynamics of phosphorus in 16 shallow eutrophic lakes after external loading reduction
791-800
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