MEPS - Vol. 252 - Table of contents

Mar Ecol Prog Ser (Print ISSN: 0171-8630; Online ISSN: 1616-1599)
Copyright © 2003 Inter-Research
Published April 30


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RESEARCH ARTICLES

Vasseur C, Mostajir B, Nozais C, Denis M, Fouilland E, Klein B, Demers S
Effects of bio-optical factors on the attenuation of ultraviolet and photosynthetically available radiation in the North Water Polynya, northern Baffin Bay: ecological implications
MEPS 252:1-13 | Full text in pdf format

Franck VM, Bruland KW, Hutchins DA, Brzezinski MA
Iron and zinc effects on silicic acid and nitrate uptake kinetics in three high-nutrient, low-chlorophyll (HNLC) regions
MEPS 252:15-33 | Full text in pdf format

Carstensen J, Conley D, Müller-Karulis B
Spatial and temporal resolution of carbon fluxes in a shallow coastal ecosystem, the Kattegat
MEPS 252:35-50 | Full text in pdf format

Guo L, Tanaka N, Schell DM, Santschi PH
Nitrogen and carbon isotopic composition of high-molecular-weight dissolved organic matter in marine environments
MEPS 252:51-60 | Full text in pdf format

Broekhuizen N, Oldman J, Zeldis J
Sub-grid-scale differences between individuals influence simulated phytoplankton production and biomass in a shelf-sea system
MEPS 252:61-76 | Full text in pdf format

Hyun JH, Kim KH
Bacterial abundance and production during the unique spring phytoplankton bloom in the central Yellow Sea
MEPS 252:77-88 | Full text in pdf format

Tilstone GH, Figueiras FG, Lorenzo LM, Arbones B
Phytoplankton composition, photosynthesis and primary production during different hydrographic conditions at the Northwest Iberian upwelling system
MEPS 252:89-104 | Full text in pdf format

Burns E, Ifrach I, Carmeli S, Pawlik JR, Ilan M
Comparison of anti-predatory defenses of Red Sea and Caribbean sponges. I. Chemical defense
MEPS 252:105-114 | Full text in pdf format

Burns E, Ilan M
Comparison of anti-predatory defenses of Red Sea and Caribbean sponges. II. Physical defense
MEPS 252:115-123 | Full text in pdf format

López-Urrutia Á, Irigoien X, Acuña JL, Harris R
In situ feeding physiology and grazing impact of the appendicularian community in temperate waters
MEPS 252:125-141 | Full text in pdf format

López-Urrutia Á, Acuña JL, Irigoien X, Harris R
Food limitation and growth in temperate epipelagic appendicularians (Tunicata)
MEPS 252:143-157 | Full text in pdf format

Stead RA, Thompson RJ, Jaramillo JR
Absorption efficiency, ingestion rate, gut passage time and scope for growth in suspension- and deposit-feeding Yoldia hyperborea
MEPS 252:159-172 | Full text in pdf format

Hiddink JG
Modelling the adaptive value of intertidal migration and nursery use in the bivalve Macoma balthica
MEPS 252:173-185 | Full text in pdf format

Boone EJ, Boettcher AA, Sherman TD, O'Brien JJ
Characterization of settlement cues used by the rhizocephalan barnacle Loxothylacus texanus
MEPS 252:187-197 | Full text in pdf format

Hazzard SE, Kleppel GS
Egg production of the copepod Acartia tonsa in Florida Bay: role of fatty acids in the nutritional composition of the food environment
MEPS 252:199-206 | Full text in pdf format

McIlwain JL
Fine-scale temporal and spatial patterns of larval supply to a fringing reef in Western Australia
MEPS 252:207-222 | Full text in pdf format

Takasuka A, Aoki I, Mitani I
Evidence of growth-selective predation on larval Japanese anchovy Engraulis japonicus in Sagami Bay
MEPS 252:223-238 | Full text in pdf format

Leis JM, Carson-Ewart BM
Orientation of pelagic larvae of coral-reef fishes in the ocean
MEPS 252:239-253 | Full text in pdf format

Hickford MJH, Schiel DR
Comparative dispersal of larvae from demersal versus pelagic spawning fishes
MEPS 252:255-271 | Full text in pdf format

Bjorndal KA, Bolten AB, Chaloupka MY
Survival probability estimates for immature green turtles Chelonia mydas in the Bahamas
MEPS 252:273-281 | Full text in pdf format

Watanabe Y, Mitani Y, Sato K, Cameron MF, Naito Y
Dive depths of Weddell seals in relation to vertical prey distribution as estimated by image data
MEPS 252:283-288 | Full text in pdf format

NOTES

Baird AH, Babcock RC, Mundy CP
Habitat selection by larvae influences the depth distribution of six common coral species
MEPS 252:289-293 | Full text in pdf format

McCarthy ID, Fuiman LA, Alvarez MC
Aroclor 1254 affects growth and survival skills of Atlantic croaker Micropogonias undulatus larvae
MEPS 252:295-301 | Full text in pdf format

COMMENT

Pearre S Jr.
When lights are low: Comment on 'Midnight sinking behaviour in Calanus finmarchicus: a response to satiation or krill predation?' by Tarling et al. (2002)
MEPS 252:303-305 | Full text in pdf format

REPLY COMMENT

Tarling GA, Jarvis T, Matthews JBL
Calanus finmarchicus descends in response to the arrival of krill-better unfed than dead
MEPS 252:307-310 | Full text in pdf format