AME - Vol. 53, No. 1 - Table of contents

Aquat Microb Ecol (Print ISSN: 0948-3055; Online ISSN: 1616-1564)
Copyright © 2008 Inter-Research. Published September 18


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AME SPECIAL 1:

Progress and Perspectives in Aquatic Microbial Ecology: Highlights of the SAME 10, Faro, Portugal, September 2007

This first AME SPECIAL is based on the 10th meeting of the Symposium on Aquatic Microbial Ecology (SAME 10). It brings together a set of interesting and diverse papers covering a wide range of ecosystems- including open and coastal oceans, estuaries and freshwaters-as well as most microbial components, from planktonic prokaryotes and protists to benthic and biofilm communities. AME SPECIAL 1 aims to provide a wide spectrum of readers with a synthesis and critical analysis of a range of key contemporary issues in our discipline, including new discoveries and paradigm shifts, cutting-edge technical developments and specific examples of current ecological problems.

Publication date: September 18, 2008
Editor: Paul A. del Giorgio


TITLE PAGE
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del Giorgio PA
INTRODUCTION: Progress, challenges, and perspectives in marine microbial ecology
AME 53:1-1 | Full text in pdf format

Kuparinen J, Galvão H
Microbial ecology: from local to global scales
AME 53:3-11 | Full text in pdf format

Ducklow H
Microbial services: challenges for microbial ecologists in a changing world
AME 53:13-19 | Full text in pdf format

Gasol JM, Pinhassi J, Alonso-Sáez L, Ducklow H, Herndl GJ, Koblízek M, Labrenz M, Luo Y, Morán XAG, Reinthaler T, Simon M
Towards a better understanding of microbial carbon flux in the sea
AME 53:21-38 | Full text in pdf format

Höfle MG, Kirchman DL, Christen R, Brettar I
Molecular diversity of bacterioplankton: link to a predictive biogeochemistry of pelagic ecosystems
AME 53:39-58 | Full text in pdf format

Herndl GJ, Agogué H, Baltar F, Reinthaler T, Sintes E, Varela MM
Regulation of aquatic microbial processes: the ‘microbial loop’ of the sunlit surface waters and the dark ocean dissected
AME 53:59-68 | Full text in pdf format

Fuhrman JA, Steele JA
Community structure of marine bacterioplankton: patterns, networks, and relationships to function
AME 53:69-81 | Full text in pdf format

Montagnes DJS, Barbosa AB, Boenigk J, Davidson K, Jürgens K, Macek M, Parry JD, Roberts EC, Simek K
Selective feeding behaviour of key free-living protists: avenues for continued study
AME 53:83-98 | Full text in pdf format

Kühl M, Polerecky L
Functional and structural imaging of phototrophic microbial communities and symbioses
AME 53:99-118 | Full text in pdf format

Rocha C
Sandy sediments as active biogeochemical reactors: compound cycling in the fast lane
AME 53:119-127 | Full text in pdf format

Galvão HM, Reis MP, Valério E, Domingues RB, Costa C, Lourenço D, Condinho S, Miguel R, Barbosa A, Gago C, Faria N, Paulino S, Pereira P
Cyanobacterial blooms in natural waters in southern Portugal: a water management perspective
AME 53:129-140 | Full text in pdf format

Wetz JJ, Blackwood AD, Fries JS, Williams ZF, Noble RT
Trends in total Vibrio spp. and Vibrio vulnificus concentrations in the eutrophic Neuse River Estuary, North Carolina, during storm events
AME 53:141-149 | Full text in pdf format