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MEPS - Vol. 304 - Table of contents

MEPS - Vol. 304 - Table of contents

Mar Ecol Prog Ser (Print ISSN: 0171-8630; Online ISSN: 1616-1599)
Copyright © 2005 Inter-Research. Published December 08

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In Memoriam Vladimir Kasyanov
(by Alexander I. Pudovkin)
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Ramos Miranda J, Mouillot D, Hernandez DF, Lopez AS, Chi TD, Perez LA
Changes in four complementary facets of fish diversity in a tropical coastal lagoon after 18 years: a functional interpretation
MEPS 304:1-13 | More Information... | Full text in pdf format


Dempster T, Fernandez-Jover D, Sanchez-Jerez P, Tuya F, Bayle-Sempere J, Boyra A, Haroun RJ
Vertical variability of wild fish assemblages around sea-cage fish farms: implications for management
MEPS 304:15-29 | Full text in pdf format

Jewett EB, Hines AH, Ruiz GM
Epifaunal disturbance by periodic low levels of dissolved oxygen: native vs. invasive species response
MEPS 304:31-44 | Full text in pdf format

Miller CJ, Campbell SJ, Scudds S
Spatial variation of Zostera tasmanica morphology and structure across an environmental gradient
MEPS 304:45-53 | Full text in pdf format

Migliaccio M, De Martino F, Silvestre F, Procaccini G
Meadow-scale genetic structure in Posidonia oceanica
MEPS 304:55-65 | Full text in pdf format

Skilleter GA, Russell BD, Degnan BM, Garson MJ
Living in a potentially toxic environment: comparisons of endofauna in two congeneric sponges from the Great Barrier Reef
MEPS 304:67-75 | Full text in pdf format

Heinz P, Sommer S, Pfannkuche O, Hemleben C
Living benthic foraminifera in sediments influenced by gas hydrates at the Cascadia convergent margin, NE Pacific
MEPS 304:77-89 | Full text in pdf format

Chen CC, Shiah FK, Lee HJ, Li KY, Meng PJ, Kao SJ, Tseng YF, Chung CL
Phytoplankton and bacterioplankton biomass, production and turnover in a semi-enclosed embayment with spring tide induced upwelling
MEPS 304:91-100 | Full text in pdf format

Yokoyama H, Tamaki A, Koyama K, Ishihi Y, Shimoda K, Harada K
Isotopic evidence for phytoplankton as a major food source for macrobenthos on an intertidal sandflat in Ariake Sound, Japan
MEPS 304:101-116 | Full text in pdf format

Hansson LJ, Moeslund O, Kiørboe T, Riisgård HU
Clearance rates of jellyfish and their potential predation impact on zooplankton and fish larvae in a neritic ecosystem (Limfjorden, Denmark)
MEPS 304:117-131 | Full text in pdf format

Sewell MA
Utilization of lipids during early development of the sea urchin Evechinus chloroticus
MEPS 304:133-142 | Full text in pdf format

Musco L, Giangrande A
Mediterranean Syllidae (Annelida: Polychaeta) revisited: biogeography, diversity and species fidelity to environmental features
MEPS 304:143-153 | Full text in pdf format

Hung OS, Thiyagarajan V, Wu RSS, Qian PY
Effect of ultraviolet radiation on biofilms and subsequent larval settlement of Hydroides elegans
MEPS 304:155-166 | Full text in pdf format

Gallucci F, Steyaert M, Moens T
Can field distributions of marine predacious nematodes be explained by sediment constraints on their foraging success?
MEPS 304:167-178 | Full text in pdf format

Shi HH, Huang CJ, Zhu SX, Yu XJ, Xie WY
Generalized system of imposex and reproductive failure in female gastropods of coastal waters of mainland China
MEPS 304:179-189 | Full text in pdf format

Edeline E, Dufour S, Elie P
Role of glass eel salinity preference in the control of habitat selection and growth plasticity in Anguilla anguilla
MEPS 304:191-199 | Full text in pdf format

Ling YJ, Iizuka Y, Tzeng WN
Decreased Sr/Ca ratios in the otoliths of two marine eels, Gymnothorax reticularis and Muraenesox cinereus, during metamorphosis
MEPS 304:201-206 | Full text in pdf format

Hinke JT, Foley DG, Wilson C, Watters GM
Persistent habitat use by Chinook salmon Oncorhynchus tshawytscha in the coastal ocean
MEPS 304:207-220 | Full text in pdf format

Ordines F, Moranta J, Palmer M, Lerycke A, Suau A, Morales-Nin B, Grau AM
Variations in a shallow rocky reef fish community at different spatial scales in the western Mediterranean Sea
MEPS 304:221-233 | Full text in pdf format

Chilvers BL, Wilkinson IS, Duignan PJ, Gemmell NJ
Summer foraging areas for lactating New Zealand sea lions Phocarctos hookeri
MEPS 304:235-247 | Full text in pdf format

Page B, McKenzie J, Goldsworthy SD
Inter-sexual differences in New Zealand fur seal diving behaviour
MEPS 304:249-264 | Full text in pdf format


Reigstad M, Riser CW, Svensen C
Fate of copepod faecal pellets and the role of Oithona spp.
MEPS 304:265-270 | Full text in pdf format


Bridging the gap between aquatic and terrestrial ecology
Idea and coordination: Stergiou KI, Browman HI
MEPS 304:271-307 | Full Theme Section in pdf format

Stergiou KI, Browman HI
MEPS 304:271-272
Cole JJ
Communication between terrestrial and marine ecologists: loud, sometimes abrasive, but healthy and occasionally useful
MEPS 304:272-274
Halley JM
Comparing aquatic and terrestrial variability: at what scale do ecologists communicate?
MEPS 304:274-280
Paine RT
Cross environment talk in ecology: fact or fantasy?
MEPS 304:280-283
Raffaelli D, Solan M, Webb TJ
Do marine and terrestrial ecologists do it differently?
MEPS 304:283-289
Stenseth NC, Mysterud A, Durant JM, Hjermann DØ, Ottersen G
Uniting ecologists into a smooth, tasty and potent blend
MEPS 304:289-292
Stergiou KI, Browman HI
Imbalances in the reporting and teaching of ecology from limnetic, oceanic and terrestrial domains
MEPS 304:292-297
Underwood AJ
Intertidal ecologists work in the ‘gap’ between marine and terrestrial ecology
MEPS 304:297-302
Wall DH, Ayes E, Behan-Pelletier V, Covich AP, Snelgrove PVR
Soils, freshwater and marine sediments: the need for integrative landscape science
MEPS 304:302-307