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MEPS - Vol. 300 - Table of contents

MEPS - Vol. 300 - Table of contents

Mar Ecol Prog Ser (Print ISSN: 0171-8630; Online ISSN: 1616-1599)
Copyright © 2005 Inter-Research. Published September 16

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Kinne O
300 volumes of Marine Ecology Progress Series
MEPS 300:1 | Full text in pdf format


Mincks SL, Smith CR, DeMaster DJ
Persistence of labile organic matter and microbial biomass in Antarctic shelf sediments: evidence of a sediment ‘food bank’
MEPS 300:3-19 | Full text in pdf format

Seymour JR, Seuront L, Mitchell JG
Microscale and small-scale temporal dynamics of a coastal planktonic microbial community
MEPS 300:21-37 | Full text in pdf format

Garrison DL, Gibson A, Coale SL, Gowing MM, Okolodkov YB, Fritsen CH, Jeffries MO
Sea-ice microbial communities in the Ross Sea: autumn and summer biota
MEPS 300:39-52 | Full text in pdf format

Litchman E, Neale PJ
UV effects on photosynthesis, growth and acclimation of an estuarine diatom and cryptomonad
MEPS 300:53-62 | Full text in pdf format

Coleman MA, Brawley SH
Spatial and temporal variability in dispersal and population genetic structure of a rockpool alga
MEPS 300:63-77 | Full text in pdf format

Palardy JE, Grottoli AG, Matthews KA
Effects of upwelling, depth, morphology and polyp size on feeding in three species of Panamanian corals
MEPS 300:79-89 | Full text in pdf format

Derycke S, Remerie T, Vierstraete A, Backeljau T, Vanfleteren J, Vincx M, Moens T
Mitochondrial DNA variation and cryptic speciation within the free-living marine nematode Pellioditis marina
MEPS 300:91-103 | Full text in pdf format

Bagøien E, Kiørboe T
Blind dating—mate finding in planktonic copepods. I. Tracking the pheromone trail of Centropages typicus
MEPS 300:105-115 | Full text in pdf format

Kiørboe T, Bagøien E, Thygesen UH
Blind dating—mate finding in planktonic copepods. II. The pheromone cloud of Pseudocalanus elongatus
MEPS 300:117-128 | Full text in pdf format

Bagøien E, Kiørboe T
Blind dating—mate finding in planktonic copepods. III. Hydromechanical communication in Acartia tonsa
MEPS 300:129-133 | Full text in pdf format

Nyssen F, Brey T, Dauby P, Graeve M
Trophic position of Antarctic amphipods—enhanced analysis by a 2-dimensional biomarker assay
MEPS 300:135-145 | Full text in pdf format

Fossheim M, Zhou M, Tande KS, Pedersen OP, Zhu Y, Edvardsen A
Interactions between biological and environmental structures along the coast of northern Norway
MEPS 300:147-158 | Full text in pdf format

Zhou M, Zhu Y, Tande KS
Circulation and behavior of euphausiids in two Norwegian sub-Arctic fjords
MEPS 300:159-178 | Full text in pdf format

Hovel KA, Fonseca MS
Influence of seagrass landscape structure on juvenile blue crab habitat-survival function
MEPS 300:179-191 | Full text in pdf format

Ferner MC, Smee DL, Chang YP
Cannibalistic crabs respond to the scent of injured conspecifics: danger or dinner?
MEPS 300:193-200 | Full text in pdf format

Frederiksen M, Wright PJ, Harris MP, Mavor RA, Heubeck M, Wanless S
Regional patterns of kittiwake Rissa tridactyla breeding success are related to variability in sandeel recruitment
MEPS 300:201-211 | Full text in pdf format

Eisert R, Oftedal OT, Lever M, Ramdohr S, Breier BH, Barrell GK
Detection of food intake in a marine mammal using marine osmolytes and their analogues as dietary biomarkers
MEPS 300:213-228 | Full text in pdf format

Moreno IB, Zerbini AN, Danilewicz D, de Oliveira Santos MC, Simões-Lopes PC, Lailson-Brito J Jr., Azevedo AF
Distribution and habitat characteristics of dolphins of the genus Stenella (Cetacea: Delphinidae) in the southwest Atlantic Ocean
MEPS 300:229-240 | Full text in pdf format


Politics and socio-economics of ecosystem-based management of marine resources
Idea and coordination: Browman HI, Stergiou KI
MEPS 300:241-296 | Full Theme Section in pdf format

Browman HI, Stergiou KI
MEPS 300:241-242
Agardy T
Global marine conservation policy versus site-level implementation: the mismatch of scale and its implications
MEPS 300:242-248
Fluharty D
Evolving ecosystem approaches to management of fisheries in the USA
MEPS 300:248-253
Hirshfield MF
Implementing the ecosystem approach: making ecosystems matter
MEPS 300:253-257
Livingston PA
PICES’ role in integrating marine ecosystem research in the North Pacific
MEPS 300:257-259
Misund OA, Skjoldal HR
Implementing the ecosystem approach: experiences from the North Sea, ICES, and the Institute of Marine Research, Norway
MEPS 300:260-265
Rice JC
Implementation of the Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries Management—asynchronous co-evolution at the interface between science and policy
MEPS 300:265-270
Rosenberg AA, McLeod KL
Implementing ecosystem-based approaches to management for the conservation of ecosystem services
MEPS 300:270-274
Sherman K, Sissenwine M, Christensen V, Duda A, Hempel G, Ibe C, Levin S, Lluch-Belda D, Matishov G, McGlade J, O’Toole M, Seitzinger S, Serra R, Skjoldal HR, Tang Q, Thulin J, Vandeweerd V, Zwanenburg K
A global movement toward an ecosystem approach to management of marine resources
MEPS 300:275-279
Sumaila UR
Differences in economic perspectives and implementation of ecosystem-based management of marine resources
MEPS 300:279-282
Tudela S, Short K
Paradigm shifts, gaps, inertia, and political agendas in ecosystem-based fisheries management
MEPS 300:282-286
Valdimarsson G, Metzner R
Aligning incentives for a successful ecosystem approach to fisheries management
MEPS 300:286-291
Watson-Wright WM
Policy and science: different roles in the pursuit of solutions to common problems
MEPS 300:291-296

Volumes 291 to 300 (2005)
MEPS 300:297-310 | Full text in pdf format