Table of Contents, Vol. 30 (5), 1985

Articles

GUERRERO, R., E. MONTESINOS, C. PEDRÓS-ALIÓ, I. ESTEVE, J. MAS, H. VAN GEMERDEN, P. A.G. HOFMAN, AND J. F. BAKKER
Phototrophic sulfur bacteria in two Spanish lakes: Vertical distribution and limiting factors
919-931
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VAN GEMERDEN, HANS, EMILIO MONTESINOS, JORDI MAS, AND RICARDO GUERRERO
Diel cycle of metabolism of phototrophic purple sulfur bacteria in Lake Cisó (Spain)
932-943
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IVERSEN, NIELS, AND BO BARKER JØRGENSEN
Anaerobic methane oxidation rates at the sulfate-methane transition in marine sediments from Kattegat and Skagerrak (Denmark)
944-955
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JOHNSON, B. D., AND P. J. WANGERSKY
Seawater filtration: Particle flow and impaction considerations
966-971
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CHURCHILL, J. H
Intrusions of outer shelf and slope water within the-nearshore zone off Long Island, New York
972-986
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KANDA, JOTA, TOSHIRO SAINO, AND AKIHIKO HATTORI
Nitrogen uptake by natural populations of phytoplankton and primary production in the Pacific Ocean: Regional variability of uptake capacity
987-999
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ANDERSON, DONALD M., JOHN J. LIVELY, ELLEN M. REARDON, AND CARL A. PRICE
Sinking characteristics of dinoflagellate cysts
1000-1009
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HABERYAN, KURT A
The role of copepod fecal pellets in the deposition of diatoms in lake Tanganyika
1010-1023
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DOWNS, JAN NEWTON, AND CARL J. LORENZEN
Carbon:pheopigment ratios of zooplankton fecal pellets as an index of herbivorous feeding
1024-1036
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BERGQUIST, ANN M., STEPHEN R. CARPENTER, AND JOHN C. LATINO
Shifts in phytoplankton size structure and community composition during grazing by contrasting zooplankton assemblages
1037-1045
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INFANTE, AIDA, AND SALLY E. B. ABELLA
Inhibition of Daphnia by Oscillatoria in Lake Washington
1046-1052
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INFANTE, AIDA, AND AKNI H. LITT
Differences between two species of Daphnia in the use of 10 species of algae in Lake Washington
1053-1059
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HERMAN, PETER M. J., AND CARLO HEIP
Secondary production of the harpacticoid copepod Paronychocamptus nanus in a brackish-water habitat
1060-1066
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LAFRANCE, KATHERINE, AND ERNEST RUBER
The life cycle and productivity of the amphipod Gammarus mucronatus on a northern Massachusetts salt marsh
1067-1077
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WEIDEMANN, ALAN D., T. T. BANNISTER, STEVEN W. EFFLER, AND DAVID L. JOHNSON
Particulate and optical properties during CaCO3 precipitation in Otisco Lake
1078-1083
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SCHOENBERG, STEVEN A., AND ALEXANDER E. MACCUBBIN
Relative feeding rates on free and particle-bound bacteria by freshwater macrozooplankton
1084-1090
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BLEIWAS, AGNES H., AND PAMELA M. STOKES
Collection of large and small food particles by Bosmina
1090-1092
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TANDE, KURT S., AND DAG SLAGSTAD
Assimilation efficiency in herbivorous aquatic organisms- The potential of the ratio method using 14C and biogenic silica as markers
1093-1099
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GARDNER, WAYNE S., WILLIAM A. FREZ, ELIZABETH A. CICHOCKI, AND CHRISTOPHER C. PARRISH
Micromethod for lipids in aquatic invertebrates
1099-1105
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HELDER, WILLEM, AND JOOP F. BAKKER
Shipboard comparison of micro- and minielectrodes for measuring oxygen distribution in marine sediments
1106-1109
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WIEDER, R. KELMAN, GERALD E. LANG, AND VALERIE A. GRANUS
An evaluation of wet chemical methods for quantifying sulfur fractions in freshwater wetland peat
1109-1115
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LEMMIN, U., M. SCHURTER, D. M, IMBODEN, TH. JOLLER, AND H. ABEGGLEN.
An instrument for measuring small bottom currents in lakes
1116-1122
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RAHM, LARS
The thermally forced circulation in a small, ice-covered lake
1122-1128
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BAIRD, FAY, DONALD C. BUSO, AND JAMES W. HORNBECK
Access pipes for multiple sampling under ice
1129-1130
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