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MEPS - Vol. 95 - Table of contents

Mar Ecol Prog Ser (Print ISSN: 0171-8630; Online ISSN: 1616-1599)
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Le Maho, Y., Gendner, J.-R, Challet, E., Bost, C.-A., Gilles, J., Verdon, C.PIumere, C, Robin, J.-P., Handrich, Y.
Undisturbed breeding penguins as indicators of changes in marine resources
MEPS 95:1-6 | Full text in pdf format

Hobson, K. A.
Trophic relationships among high Arctic seabirds: insights from tissue-dependent stable-isotope models
MEPS 95:7-18 | Full text in pdf format

Thomas, C. J., Cahoon, L. B.
Stable isotope analyses differentiate between different trophic pathways supporting rocky-reef fishes
MEPS 95:19-24 | Full text in pdf format

Childers, D. L., Cofer-Shabica, S., Nakashima, L.
Spatial and temporal variability in marsh-water column interactions in a southeastern USA salt marsh estuary
MEPS 95:25-38 | Full text in pdf format

Jassby, A. D., Cloern, J. E.,Powell, T. M.
Organic carbon sources and sinks in San Francisco Bay: variability induced by river flow
MEPS 95:39-54 | Full text in pdf format

Cowan, J. H. Jr, Houde, E. D.
Relative predation potentials of scyphomedusae ctenophores and planktivorous fish on ichthyoplankfon in Chesapeake Bay
MEPS 95:55-65 | Full text in pdf format

Sieburth, J. McN.
C1 bacteria in the water column of Chesapeake Bay USA. I. Distribution of sub-populations of O2-tolerant, obligately anaerobic, methylotrophic methanogens that occur in microniches reduced by their bacterial consorts
MEPS 95:67-80 | Full text in pdf format

Sieburth, J. McN., Johnson, P. W., Macario A. J. L., Conway de Macario, E.
C1 bacteria in the water column of Chesapeake Bay USA. II. The dominant O2- and H2S-tolerant methylotrophic methanogens, coenriched with their oxidative and sulphate reducing bacterial consorts, are all new immunotypes and probably include new taxa
MEPS 95:81-89 | Full text in pdf format

Sieburth, J. McN., Johnson, P. W., Church, V. M., Laux, D. C.
C1 bacteria in the water column of Chesapeake Bay USA. III. Immunologic relationships of the type species of marine monomethylamine- and methane-oxidizing bacteria to wild estuarine and oceanic cultures
MEPS 95:91-102 | Full text in pdf format

Stoecker, D. K., Buck, K. R., Putt, M.
Changes in the sea-ice brine community during the spring-summer transition, McMurdo Sound, Antarctica. II. Phagotrophic protists
MEPS 95:103-113 | Full text in pdf format

Nielsen, T. G., Løkkegaard, B.,Richardson, K., Bo Pedersen, R, Hansen, L.
Structure of plankton communities in the Dogger Bank area (North Sea) during a stratified situation
MEPS 95:115-131 | Full text in pdf format

Andersson, A., Rudehäll, Å.
Proportion of plankton biomass in particulate organic carbon in the northern Baltic Sea
MEPS 95:133-139 | Full text in pdf format

Dower, K. M., Lucas, M. I.
Photosynthesis-irradiance relationships and production associated with a warm-core ring shed from the Agulhas Retroflection south of Africa
MEPS 95:141-154 | Full text in pdf format

Paquet, R, Goudard, R, Durand, J.-P, Germain, P., Pieri, J.
Accumulation of 241Am in subcellular structures of the hepatopancreas of the lobster Homarus gammarus
MEPS 95:155-162 | Full text in pdf format

Viarengo, A., Canesi, L., Mazzucotelli, A., Ponzano, E.
Cu, Zn and Cd content in different tissues of the Antarctic scallop Adamussium colbecki: role of metallothionein in heavy metal homeostasis and detoxication
MEPS 95:163-168 | Full text in pdf format

Frantzis, A., Gremare, A.
Ingestion, absorption, and growth rates of Paracentrotus lividus (Echinodermata: Echinoidea) fed different macrophytes
MEPS 95:169-183 | Full text in pdf format

Gallegos, M. E., Merino, M., Marba, N., Durate, C. M.
Biomass and dynamics of Thalassia testudinum in the Mexican Caribbean: elucidating rhizome growth
MEPS 95:185-192 | Full text in pdf format

Kraemer, G. P., Alberte, R. S.
Age-related patterns of metabolism and biomass in subterranean tissues of Zostera marina (eelgrass)
MEPS 95:193-203 | Full text in pdf format

Wang, W. X., Widdows, J.
Metabolic responses of the common mussel Mytilus edulis to hypoxia and anoxia
MEPS 95:205-214 | Full text in pdf format

Kreeger, D. A.
Seasonal patterns in utilization of dietary protein by the mussel Mytilus trossulus
MEPS 95:215-232 | Full text in pdf format

Minchinton, T. E., Scheibling, R. E.
Free space availability and larval substratum selection as determinants of barnacle population structure in a developing rocky intertidal community
MEPS 95:233-244 | Full text in pdf format

Abbiati, M., Santangelo, G., Novelli, S.
Genetic variation within and between two Tyrrhenian populations of the Mediterranean alcyonarian Corallium rubrum
MEPS 95:245-250 | Full text in pdf format

Chevaldonné, P., Jollivet, D.
Videoscopic study of deep-sea hydrothermal vent alvinellid polychaete populations: biomass estimation and behaviour
MEPS 95:251-262 | Full text in pdf format

Dye, A. H.
Recolonization of intertidal macroalgae in relation to gap size and molluscan herbivory on a rocky shore on the east coast of southern Africa
MEPS 95:263-271 | Full text in pdf format

Nielsen, M. V.
Toxic effect of the marine dinoflagellate Gymnodinium galatheanum on juvenile cod Gadus morhua
MEPS 95:273-277 | Full text in pdf format

Bjørnsen, P. K., Kaas, H., Kaas, H., Nielsen, T. G., Olesen, M., Richardson, K.
Dynamics of a subsurface phytoplankton maximum in the Skagerrak
MEPS 95:279-294 | Full text in pdf format

Carpenter, E. J., O'Neil, J. M., Dawson, R., Capone, D. G., Siddiqui, P. J. A., Roenneberg, T., Bergman, B.
The tropical diazotrophic phytoplankter Trichodesmium: biological characteristics of two common species
MEPS 95:295-304 | Full text in pdf format

Kirshtein, J. D., Zehr, J. P., Paerl, H. W.
Determination of N2 fixation potential in the marine environment: application of the polymerase chain reaction
MEPS 95:305-309 | Full text in pdf format