Table of Contents, Vol. 32 (2), 1987

Articles

BIRD, DAVID F., AND JACOB KALFF
Algal phagotrophy: Regulating factors and importance relative to photosynthesis in Dinobryon (Chrysophyceae)
277-284
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PEDRÓS-ALIÓ, CARLOS, JOSEP M. GASOL, AND RICARDO GUERRERO
On the ecology of a Crvptomonas phaseolus population forming a metalimnetic bloom in Lake Cisó, Spain: Annual distribution and loss factors
285-298
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BOWER, PETER M., CAROL A. KELLY, EVERETT J. FEE, JOHN A. SHEARER, DOUG R. DECLERCQ, AND DAVID W. SCHINDLER
Simultaneous measurement of primary production by whole lake and bottle radiocarbon additions.
299-312
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SHARMA, P., L. R. GARDNER, W. S. MOORE, AND M. S. BOLLINGER
Sedimentation and bioturbation in a salt marsh as revealed by 210Pb, 137Cs, and 7Be studies
313-326
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DEMERS, SERGE, JEAN-CLAUDE THERRIAULT, EDWIN BOURGET, AND ABDOURRAHMANE BAH
Resuspension in the shallow sublittoral zone of a macrotidal estuarine environment: Wind influence
327-339
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ANDERSON, DONALD M., CRAIG D. TAYLOR, AND E. VIRGINIA ARMBRUST
The effects of darkness and anaerobiosis on dinoflagellate cyst germination
340-351
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VERNET, MARIA, AND CARL J. LORENZEN
The relative abundance of pheophorbide a and pheophytin a in temperate marine waters
352-358
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ZIMMERMAN, RICHARD C., JAMES N. KREMER, AND RICHARD C. DUGDALE
Acceleration of nutrient uptake by phytoplankton in a coastal upwelling ecosystem: A modeling analysis
359-367
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WILKERSON, F. P., AND R. C. DUGDALE
The use of large shipboard barrels and drifters to study the effects of coastal upwelling on phytoplankton dynamics
368-382
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ORRETT, K., AND D. M. KARL
Dissolved organic phosphorus production in surface seawaters
383-395
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SCHROPP, STEVEN J., MARY I. SCRANTON, AND JoHN, R. SCHWARZ
Dissolved hydrogen, facultatively anaerobic, hydrogen-producing bacteria, and potential hydrogen production rates in the western North Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico
396-402
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SATHYENDRANATH, SHUBHA, LUIGI LAZZARA, AND LOUIS PRIEUR
Variations in the spectral values of specific absorption of phytoplankton
403-415
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DAVIES-COLLEY, R. J., AND W. N. VANT
Absorption of light by yellow substance in freshwater lakes
416-425
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ATKINSON, M. J
Rates of phosphate uptake by coral reef flat communities
426-435
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ATKINSON, M. J., AND D. F. SMITH
Slow uptake of 32P over a barrier reef flat
436-441
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GRIFFITH, PETER C., JOHN D. CUBIT, WALTER H. ADEY, AND JAMES N. NORRIS
Computer automated flow respirometry: Metabolism measurements on a Caribbean reef flat and in a microcosm
442-451
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Notes

SAND-JENSEN, KAJ, AND NIELS PETER REVSBECH
Photosynthesis and light adaptation in epiphyte-macrophyte associations measured by oxygen microelectrodes
452-457
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RODRIGUEZ, MARCO A.
Estimating periphyton growth parameters using simple models
458-464
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PALUMBO, ANTHONY V., PATRICK J. MULHOLLAND, AND J. W. ELWOOD
Extraction with DMSO to simultaneously measure periphyton photosynthesis, chlorophyll, and ATP
464-471
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RIEMANN, BO, PETER KOEFOED BJØRNSEN, STEVEN NEWELL, AND ROBERT FALLON
Calculation of cell production of coastal marine bacteria based on measured incorporation of [3H]thymidine
471-476
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BELL, RUSSELL T., AND INGEMAR AHLGREN
Thymidine incorporation and microbial respiration in the surface sediment of a hypereutrophic lake
476-482
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FURNAS, MILES J.
Effects of prescreening on productivity of size-fractionated phytoplankton
483-491
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VENRICK, ELIZABETH L.
On fluorometric determinations of filter-retained pigments
492-493
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NEHRING, DIETWART
Temporal variations of phosphate and inorganic nitrogen compounds in central Baltic deep waters
494-499
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OTSUKI, A., H. SEKI, C. D. MCALLISTER, AND C. D. LEVINGS
Measurement of net growth rates of herbivorous benthic animals using periphyton labeled simultaneously with 13C and 15N
499-503
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CARLETON, J. H., AND W. M. HAMNER
A diver-operated device for the capture of mobile epibenthic organisms
503-510
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Comments

SAUNDERS, JAMES F., III, AND WILLIAM M. LEWIS JR
A perspective on the use of cohort analysis to obtain demographic data for copepods
511-513
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AKSNES, DAG L., AND TORE J. HØISÆTER
Obtaining life table data from stage-frequency distributional statistics
514-517
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HAIRSTON, NELSON G., JR., MOSHE BRANER, AND SARAN TWOMBLY
Perspective on prospective methods for obtaining life table data
517-520
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TOP, ZAFER
Comment on “Oxygen budget of a perennially ice-covered Antarctic lake”
520-521
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WHARTON, ROBERT A., JR., AND CHRISTOPHER P. MCKAY
Reply to comment on “Oxygen budget of a perennially ice-covered Antarctic lake”
521
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Book Reviews

HUGH W. DUCKLOW
Heterotrophic activity in the sea (J. H. Hobbie and P. J. LeB. Williams [eds.])
522-523
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PETER A. JUMARS
The interpretation of ecological data (E. C. Pielou)
523-524
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