Table of Contents, Vol. 56(2), March 2011

Jaspers, Cornelia, Josefin Titelman, Lars Johan Hansson, Matilda Haraldsson, and Christine Røllike Ditlefsen
The invasive ctenophore Mnemiopsis leidyi poses no direct threat to Baltic cod eggs and larvae
431-439
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Faustová, Markéta, Veronika Sacherová, Jan-Erik Svensson, and Derek J. Taylor
Radiation of European Eubosmina (Cladocera) from Bosmina (E.) longispina–concordance of multipopulation molecular data with paleolimnology
440-450
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Chen, Xi, Stephen B. Baines, and Nicholas S. Fisher
Can copepods be limited by the iron content of their food?
451-460
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Remmel, Emily J., Nicole Kohmescher, James H. Larson, and K. David Hambright
An experimental analysis of harmful algae-zooplankton interactions and the ultimate defense
461-470
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Negri, Andrew P., Florita Flores, Till Röthig, and Sven Uthicke
Herbicides increase the vulnerability of corals to rising sea surface temperature
471-485
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Dimova, Natasha T., and William C. Burnett
Evaluation of groundwater discharge into small lakes based on the temporal distribution of radon-222
486-494
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Dugan, Hilary A., and Scott F. Lamoureux
The chemical development of a hypersaline coastal lake in the High Arctic
495-507
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Soininen, Janne, Jenni J. Korhonen, Johanna Karhu, and Adrien Vetterli
Disentangling the spatial patterns in community composition of prokaryotic and eukaryotic lake plankton
508-520
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Ruiz-Halpern, Sergio, Carlos M. Duarte, Antonio Tovar-Sanchez, Marcos Pastor, Burkhard Horstkotte, Sebastien Lasternas, and Susana Agustí
Antarctic krill as a source of dissolved organic carbon to the Antarctic ecosystem
521-528
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Kuehn, K. A., B. M. Ohsowski, S. N. Francoeur, and R. K. Neely
Contributions of fungi to carbon flow and nutrient cycling from standing dead Typha angustifolia leaf litter in a temperate freshwater marsh
529-539
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Sadro, Steven, Craig E. Nelson, and John M. Melack
Linking diel patterns in community respiration to bacterioplankton in an oligotrophic high-elevation lake
540-550
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Hughes, Harold J., Francis Sondag, Christine Cocquyt, Alain Laraque, Albert Pandi, Luc André, and Damien Cardinal
Effect of seasonal biogenic silica variations on dissolved silicon fluxes and isotopic signatures in the Congo River
551-561
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Hull, Pincelli M., Karen J. Osborn, Richard D. Norris, and Bruce H. Robison
Seasonality and depth distribution of a mesopelagic foraminifer, Hastigerinella digitata, in Monterey Bay, California
562-576
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Shank, G. Christopher, Anne Evans, Youhei Yamashita, and Rudolf Jaffé
Solar radiation-enhanced dissolution of particulate organic matter from coastal marine sediments
577-588
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Schwaderer, Anne S., Kohei Yoshiyama, Paula de Tezanos Pinto, Nathan G. Swenson, Christopher A. Klausmeier, and Elena Litchman
Eco-evolutionary differences in light utilization traits and distributions of freshwater phytoplankton
589-598
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Wohlers-Zöllner, Julia, Petra Breithaupt, Katja Walther, Klaus Jürgens, and Ulf Riebesell
Temperature and nutrient stoichiometry interactively modulate organic matter cycling in a pelagic algal-bacterial community
599-610
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Lucas, Andrew J., Christopher L. Dupont, Vera Tai, John L. Largier, Brian Palenik, and Peter J. S. Franks
The green ribbon: Multiscale physical control of phytoplankton productivity and community structure over a narrow continental shelf
611-626
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Wetz, Michael S., Emily A. Hutchinson, Ross S. Lunetta, Hans W. Paerl, and J. Christopher Taylor
Severe droughts reduce estuarine primary productivity with cascading effects on higher trophic levels
627-638
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Antoniades, Dermot, Neal Michelutti, Roberto Quinlan, Jules M. Blais, Sylvia Bonilla, Marianne S. V. Douglas, Reinhard Pienitz, John P. Smol, and Warwick F. Vincent
Cultural eutrophication, anoxia, and ecosystem recovery in Meretta Lake, High Arctic Canada
639-650
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Neubacher, Elke C., Ruth E. Parker, and Mark Trimmer
Short-term hypoxia alters the balance of the nitrogen cycle in coastal sediments
651-665
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Tang, Kam W., Ronnie N. Glud, Anni Glud, Søren Rysgaard, and Torkel Gissel Nielsen
Copepod guts as biogeochemical hotspots in the sea: Evidence from microelectrode profiling of Calanus spp.
666-672
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Kim, Guebuem, Jong-Sun Kim, and Dong-Woon Hwang
Submarine groundwater discharge from oceanic islands standing in oligotrophic oceans: Implications for global biological production and organic carbon fluxes
673-682
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Behl, Stephan, Anne Donval, and Herwig Stibor
The relative importance of species diversity and functional group diversity on carbon uptake in phytoplankton communities
683-694
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Huber, Andrea M. R., Frank Peeters, and Andreas Lorke
Active and passive vertical motion of zooplankton in a lake
695-706
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Kramer, Andrew M., Orlando Sarnelle, and Jeannette Yen
The effect of mating behavior and temperature variation on the critical population density of a freshwater copepod
707-715
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Chen, Xi, Stuart G. Wakeham, and Nicholas S. Fisher
Influence of iron on fatty acid and sterol composition of marine phytoplankton and copepod consumers
716-724
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Steger, Kristin, Katrin Premke, Cristian Gudasz, Ingvar Sundh, and Lars J. Tranvik
Microbial biomass and community composition in boreal lake sediments
725-733
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Guillemette, François, and Paul A. del Giorgio
Reconstructing the various facets of dissolved organic carbon bioavailability in freshwater ecosystems
734-748
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Schultz, Stewart T., Jeffrey H. R. Goddard, Terrence M. Gosliner, Douglas E. Mason, William E. Pence, Gary R. McDonald, Vicki B. Pearse, and John S. Pearse
Climate-index response profiling indicates larval transport is driving population fluctuations in nudibranch gastropods from the northeast Pacific Ocean
749-763
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