Table of Contents, Vol. 36 (6), 1991

Articles

PRICE, N. M., AND F. M. M. MOREL
Colimitation of phytoplankton growth by nickel and nitrogen
1071-1077
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BAINES, STEPHEN B., AND MICHAEL L. PACE
The production of dissolved organic matter by phytoplankton and its importance to bacteria: Patterns across marine and freshwater systems
1078-1090
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NIELSEN, TORKEL GISSEL
Contribution of zooplankton grazing to the decline of a Ceratium bloom
1091-1106
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KERFOOT, W. CHARLES, AND KEVIN L. KIRK
Degree of taste discrimination among suspension-feeding cladocerans and copepods: Implications for detritivory and herbivory
1107-1123
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SWEERTS, JEAN-PIERRE R. A., MARIE-JOSE BÄR-GILISSEN, ADI A. CORNELESE, AND THOMAS E. CAPPENBERG
Oxygen-consuming processes at the profundal and littoral sediment-water interface of a small meso-eutrophic lake (Lake Vechten, The Netherlands)
1124-1133
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MORAN, MARY ANN, LAWRENCE R. POMEROY, EDWARD S. SHEPPARD, LARRY P. ATKINSON, AND ROBERT E. HODSON
Distribution of terrestrially derived dissolved organic matter on the southeastern U.S. continental shelf
1134-1149
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BERELSON, WILLIAM M
The flushing of two deep-sea basins, southern California borderland
1150-1166
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Notes

YUND, PHILIP O., STEVEN D. GAINES, AND MARK D. BERTNESS
Cylindrical tube traps for larval sampling
1167-1177
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RICCI, N., F. ERRA, A. RUSSO, AND R. BANCHETTI
The air-water interface: A microhabitat for hypotrichous settlers (Protista, Ciliata)
1178-1188
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VAN LEEUWEN, H. C., AND E. J. MALY
Changes in swimming behavior of male Diaptomus leptopus (Copepoda: Calanoida) in response to gravid females
1188-1195
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MCCLATCHIE, S., J. B. JILLETT, AND P. GERRING
Observations of gulls foraging on beach-stranded plankton in Otago Harbor, New Zealand
1195-1200
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LIND, OWEN T., AND LAURA DÁVALOS-LIND
Association of turbidity and organic carbon with bacterial abundance and cell size in a large, turbid, tropical lake
1200-1208
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LETARTE, YVON, AND BERNADETTE PINEL-ALLOUL
Relationships between bacterioplankton production and limnological variables: Necessity of bacterial size considerations
1208-1216
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TRÉGUER, PAUL, LOUIS LINDNER, ALEIDO JOHANNES VAN BENNEKOM, AUDE LEYNAERT, MICHEL PANOUSE, AND GUY JACQUES
Production of biogenic silica in the Weddell-Scotia Seas measured with 32Si
1217-1227
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WALSH, PATRICK J., PATRICIA BLACKWELDER, KENNETH A. GILL, EVA DANULAT, AND THOMAS P. MOMMSEN
Carbonate deposits in marine fish intestines: A new source of biomineralization
1227-1232
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CHISHOLM, JOHN R. M., AND JEAN-PIERRE GATTUSO
Validation of the alkalinity anomaly technique for investigating calcification of photosynthesis in coral reef communities
1232-1239
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GARSIDE, CHRIS
Shift-up and the nitrate kinetics of phytoplankton in upwelling systems
1239-1244
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KRATZ, TIMOTHY K., THOMAS M. FROST, JOAN E. ELIAS, AND ROBERT B. COOK
Reconstruction of a regional, 12,000-yr silica decline in lakes by means of fossil sponge spicules
1244-1249
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Comments

STAUFFER, ROBERT E
A comment on “Sulfur storage and alkalinity generation in New England lake sediments” (Giblin et al.)
1263-1265
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GIBLIN, ANNE E., GENE E. LIKENS, AND ROBERT W. HOWARTH
A reply to the comment by Stauffer
1265-1271
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NORTON, STEPHEN A., JEFFREY S. KAHL, MYRON J. MITCHELL, AND JEFFREY S. OWEN
Another reply to the comment by Stauffer
1271-1274
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