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MEPS - Vol. 352 - Table of contents

MEPS - Vol. 352 - Table of contents

Mar Ecol Prog Ser (Print ISSN: 0171-8630; Online ISSN: 1616-1599)
Copyright © 2007 Inter-Research. Published December 20

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O'Connor NJ
Stimulation of molting in megalopae of the Asian shore crab Hemigrapsus sanguineus: physical and chemical cues
MEPS 352:1-8 | More Information... | Full text in pdf format


Hare CE, Leblanc K, DiTullio GR, Kudela RM, Zhang Y, Lee PA, Riseman S, Hutchins DA
Consequences of increased temperature and CO2 for phytoplankton community structure in the Bering Sea
MEPS 352:9-16 | Full text in pdf format

Garvey M, Moriceau B, Passow U
Applicability of the FDA assay to determine the viability of marine phytoplankton under different environmental conditions
MEPS 352:17-26 | Full text in pdf format

Forget MH, Fuentes-Yaco C, Sathyendranath S, Platt T, Pommier J, Devred E
Computation of primary production from remote sensing of ocean colour at the northwestern Atlantic C-SOLAS Lagrangian site
MEPS 352:27-38 | Full text in pdf format

Aure J, Strand Ø, Erga SR, Strohmeier T
Primary production enhancement by artificial upwelling in a western Norwegian fjord
MEPS 352:39-52 | Full text in pdf format

Basterretxea G, Garcés E, Jordi A, Anglès S, Masó M
Modulation of nearshore harmful algal blooms by in situ growth rate and water renewal
MEPS 352:53-65 | Full text in pdf format

Jessopp M, Mulholland OR, McAllen R, Johnson MP, Crowe TP, Allcock AL
Coastline configuration as a determinant of structure in larval assemblages
MEPS 352:67-75 | Full text in pdf format

Edwards KP, Hare JA, Werner FE, Seim H
Using 2-dimensional dispersal kernels to identify the dominant influences on larval dispersal on continental shelves
MEPS 352:77-87 | Full text in pdf format

Quan W, Fu C, Jin B, Luo Y, Li B, Chen J, Wu J
Tidal marshes as energy sources for commercially important nektonic organisms: stable isotope analysis
MEPS 352:89-99 | Full text in pdf format

Itoh H, Aoki MN, Tsuchiya Y, Sato T, Shinagawa H, Komatsu T, Mikami A, Hama T
Fate of organic matter in faecal pellets egested by epifaunal mesograzers in a Sargassum forest and implications for biogeochemical cycling
MEPS 352:101-112 | Full text in pdf format

Dolbeth M, Ferreira Ó, Teixeira H, Marques JC, Dias JA, Pardal MA
Beach morphodynamic impact on a macrobenthic community along a subtidal depth gradient
MEPS 352:113-124 | Full text in pdf format

Endo H, Nakabayashi N, Agatsuma Y, Taniguchi K
Food of the sea urchins Strongylocentrotus nudus and Hemicentrotus pulcherrimus associated with vertical distributions in fucoid beds and crustose coralline flats in northern Honshu, Japan
MEPS 352:125-135 | Full text in pdf format

Hill R, Ralph PJ
Post-bleaching viability of expelled zooxanthellae from the scleractinian coral Pocillopora damicornis
MEPS 352:137-144 | Full text in pdf format

Hunt HL, Maltais M, Fugate DC, Chant RJ
Spatial and temporal variability in juvenile bivalve dispersal: effects of sediment transport and flow regime
MEPS 352:145-159 | Full text in pdf format

López E, Viesca L, Anadón R
Seasonal variation in abundance and feeding rates of the first stages of copepods in a temperate sea
MEPS 352:161-175 | Full text in pdf format

Mantyka CS, Bellwood DR
Macroalgal grazing selectivity among herbivorous coral reef fishes
MEPS 352:177-185 | Full text in pdf format


Sherr EB, Sherr BF
Heterotrophic dinoflagellates: a significant component of microzooplankton biomass and major grazers of diatoms in the sea
MEPS 352:187-197 | Full text in pdf format


Seabirds as indicators of marine ecosystems
Idea: John F. Piatt, William J. Sydeman
Coordination: William J. Sydeman, John F. Piatt, Howard I. Browman

MEPS 352:199-309 | Complete Theme Section in pdf format (3.6 MB)

Piatt IJF, Sydeman WJ, Wiese F
Introduction: a modern role for seabirds as indicators
MEPS 352:199-204 | Full text in pdf format

Frederiksen M, Mavor RA, Wanless S
Seabirds as environmental indicators: the advantages of combining data sets
MEPS 352:205-211 | Full text in pdf format

Montevecchi WA
Binary dietary responses of northern gannets Sula bassana indicate changing food web and oceanographic conditions
MEPS 352:213-220 | Full text in pdf format

Piatt JF, Harding AMA, Shultz M, Speckman SG, van Pelt TI, Drew GS, Kettle AB
Seabirds as indicators of marine food supplies: Cairns revisited
MEPS 352:221-234 | Full text in pdf format

Iverson SJ, Springer AM, Kitaysky AS
Seabirds as indicators of food web structure and ecosystem variability: qualitative and quantitative diet analyses using fatty acids
MEPS 352:235-244 | Full text in pdf format

Kitaysky AS, Piatt JF, Wingfield JC
Stress hormones link food availability and population processes in seabirds
MEPS 352:245-258 | Full text in pdf format

Robinette DP, Howar J, Sydeman WJ, Nur N
Spatial patterns of recruitment in a demersal fish as revealed by seabird diet
MEPS 352:259-268 | Full text in pdf format

Harding AMA, Piatt JF, Schmutz JA
Seabird behavior as an indicator of food supplies: sensitivity across the breeding season
MEPS 352:269-274 | Full text in pdf format

Parrish JK, Bond N, Nevins H, Mantua N, Loeffel R, Peterson WT, Harvey JT
Beached birds and physical forcing in the California Current System
MEPS 352:275-288 | Full text in pdf format

Springer AM, Byrd GV, Iverson SJ
Hot oceanography: planktivorous seabirds reveal ecosystem responses to warming of the Bering Sea
MEPS 352:289-297 | Full text in pdf format

Newman SH, Chmura A, Converse K, Kilpatrick AM, Patel N, Lammers E, Daszak P
Aquatic bird disease and mortality as an indicator of changing ecosystem health
MEPS 352:299-309 | Full text in pdf format

Kramer et al., Vol 349:111-123 (2007)
MEPS 352:310 | Full text in pdf format