Table of Contents, Vol. 53(1), January 2008

Articles

Huber, Veronika, Rita Adrian, and Dieter Gerten
Phytoplankton response to climate warming modified by trophic state
1-13
Abstract
Download
Jost, Günter, Mikhail V. Zubkov, Evgeniy Yakushev, Matthias Labrenz, and Klaus Jürgens
High abundance and dark CO2 fixation of chemolithoautotrophic prokaryotes in anoxic waters of the Baltic Sea
14-22
Abstract
Download
Jensen, Marlene M., Marcel M. M. Kuypers, Gaute Lavik, and Bo Thamdrup
Rates and regulation of anaerobic ammonium oxidation and denitrification in the Black Sea
23-36
Abstract
Download
Lin, Xueju, Mary I. Scranton, Andrei Y. Chistoserdov, Ramon Varela, and Gordon T. Taylor
Spatiotemporal dynamics of bacterial populations in the anoxic Cariaco Basin
37-51
Abstract
Download
Clark, Darren R., Andrew P. Rees, and Ian Joint
Ammonium regeneration and nitrification rates in the oligotrophic Atlantic Ocean: Implications for new production estimates
52-62
Abstract
Download
Church, Matthew J., Karin M. Björkman, David M. Karl, Mak A. Saito, and Jonathan P. Zehr
Regional distributions of nitrogen-fixing bacteria in the Pacific Ocean
63-77
Abstract
Download
Van Mooy, Benjamin A. S., and Allan H. Devol
Assessing nutrient limitation of Prochlorococcus in the North Pacific subtropical gyre by using an RNA capture method
78-88
Abstract
Download
Roy, Eric G., Mark L. Wells, and D. Whitney King
Persistence of iron(II) in surface waters of the western subarctic Pacific
89-98
Abstract
Download
Kaiser, Karl, and Ronald Benner
Major bacterial contribution to the ocean reservoir of detrital organic carbon and nitrogen
99-112
Abstract
Download
Schwarz, Julia I. K., Werner Eckert, and Ralf Conrad
Response of the methanogenic microbial community of a profundal lake sediment (Lake Kinneret, Israel) to algal deposition
113-121
Abstract
Download
Reinthaler, Thomas, Eva Sintes, and Gerhard J. Herndl
Dissolved organic matter and bacterial production and respiration in the sea-surface microlayer of the open Atlantic and the western Mediterranean Sea
122-136
Abstract
Download
Stets, Edward G., and James B. Cotner
The influence of dissolved organic carbon on bacterial phosphorus uptake and bacteria-phytoplankton dynamics in two Minnesota lakes
137-147
Abstract
Download
Tzortziou, Maria, Patrick J. Neale, Christopher L. Osburn, J. Patrick Megonigal, Nagamitsu Maie, and Rudolf Jaffé
Tidal marshes as a source of optically and chemically distinctive colored dissolved organic matter in the Chesapeake Bay
148-159
Abstract
Download
Maie, Nagamitsu, Oliva Pisani, and Rudolf Jaffé
Mangrove tannins in aquatic ecosystems: Their fate and possible influence on dissolved organic carbon and nitrogen cycling
160-171
Abstract
Download
Jordan, Thomas E., Jeffrey C. Cornwell, Walter R. Boynton, and Jon T. Anderson
Changes in phosphorus biogeochemistry along an estuarine salinity gradient: The iron conveyer belt
172-184
Abstract
Download
del Giorgio, Paul A., and Michael L. Pace
Relative independence of organic carbon transport and processing in a large temperate river: The Hudson River as both pipe and reactor
185-197
Abstract
Download
Vila-Costa, Maria, Ronald P. Kiene, and Rafel Simó
Seasonal variability of the dynamics of dimethylated sulfur compounds in a coastal northwest Mediterranean site
198-211
Abstract
Download
Ebersbach, F., and T. W. Trull
Sinking particle properties from polyacrylamide gels during the KErguelen Ocean and Plateau compared Study (KEOPS): Zooplankton control of carbon export in an area of persistent natural iron inputs in the Southern Ocean
212-224
Abstract
Download
Dutz, Jörg, Marja Koski, and Sigrún H. Jónasdóttir
Copepod reproduction is unaffected by diatom aldehydes or lipid composition
225-235
Abstract
Download
Dupuis, Derrick D., Jan-Erik Svensson, and Derek J. Taylor
The cryptic origins of environment-indicating phantom midges (Chaoborus)
236-243
Abstract
Download
He, Xuejia, and Wen-Xiong Wang
Stoichiometric regulation of carbon and phosphorus in P-deficient Daphnia magna
244-254
Abstract
Download
Six, Christophe, Zoe V. Finkel, Francisco Rodriguez, Dominique Marie, Frédéric Partensky, and Douglas A. Campbell
Contrasting photoacclimation costs in ecotypes of the marine eukaryotic picoplankter Ostreococcus
255-265
Abstract
Download
Saito, Mak A., and Tyler J. Goepfert
Zinc-cobalt colimitation of Phaeocystis antarctica
266-275
Abstract
Download
Saito, Mak A., Tyler J. Goepfert, and Jason T. Ritt
Some thoughts on the concept of colimitation: Three definitions and the importance of bioavailability
276-290
Abstract
Download
Moore, C. Mark, Matthew M. Mills, Rebecca Langlois, Angela Milne, Eric P. Achterberg, Julie La Roche, and Richard J. Geider
Relative influence of nitrogen and phosphorous availability on phytoplankton physiology and productivity in the oligotrophic sub-tropical North Atlantic Ocean
291-305
Abstract
Download
Leonardos, Nikos
Physiological steady state of phytoplankton in the field? An example based on pigment profile of Emiliania huxleyi (Haptophyta) during a light shift
306-311
Abstract
Download
Cermeño, Pedro, Emilio Marañón, Derek Harbour, Francisco G. Figueiras, Bibiana G. Crespo, María Huete-Ortega, Manuel Varela, and Roger P. Harris
Resource levels, allometric scaling of population abundance, and marine phytoplankton diversity
312-318
Abstract
Download
Crowe, Sean A., Andrew H. O’Neill, Sergei Katsev, Peter Hehanussa, G. Douglas Haffner, Bjørn Sundby, Alfonso Mucci, and David A. Fowle
The biogeochemistry of tropical lakes: A case study from Lake Matano, Indonesia
319-331
Abstract
Download
Hamre, Børge, Jakob J. Stamnes, Øyvind Frette, Svein Rune Erga, and Knut Stamnes
Could stratospheric ozone depletion lead to enhanced aquatic primary production in the polar regions?
332-338
Abstract
Download
Evans, Mary Anne, Sally MacIntyre, and George W. Kling
Internal wave effects on photosynthesis: Experiments, theory, and modeling
339-353
Abstract
Download
Gómez-Giraldo, Andrés, Jörg Imberger, Jason P. Antenucci, and Peter S. Yeates
Wind-shear-generated high-frequency internal waves as precursors to mixing in a stratified lake
354-367
Abstract
Download
Hofmann, Hilmar, Andreas Lorke, and Frank Peeters
The relative importance of wind and ship waves in the littoral zone of a large lake
368-380
Abstract
Download
Zugger, Michael E., Alicia Messmer, Timothy J. Kane, Jennifer Prentice, Brian Concannon, Alan Laux, and Linda Mullen
Optical scattering properties of phytoplankton: Measurements and comparison of various species at scattering angles between 1° and 170°
381-386
Abstract
Download
Voparil, Ian M., Lawrence M. Mayer, and Peter A. Jumars
Emulsions versus micelles in the digestion of lipids by benthic invertebrates
387-394
Abstract
Download

Notes

Jackson, George A., and Thomas Kiørboe
Maximum phytoplankton concentrations in the sea
395-399
Abstract
Download
Morel, François M. M., A. B. Kustka, and Y. Shaked
The role of unchelated Fe in the iron nutrition of phytoplankton
400-404
Abstract
Download
Tanentzap, Andrew J., Norman D. Yan, Bill Keller, Robert Girard, Jocelyne Heneberry, John M. Gunn, David P. Hamilton, and Peter A. Taylor
Cooling lakes while the world warms: Effects of forest regrowth and increased dissolved organic matter on the thermal regime of a temperate, urban lake
404-410
Abstract
Download

Issues in Volume 53

EndNote Import File

All Online Volumes

Please Note