Catalogo Articoli (Spogli Riviste)

HELP
ATTENZIONE: attualmente gli articoli Current Contents (fonte ISI) a partire dall'anno 2002 sono consultabili sulla Risorsa On-Line

Le informazioni sugli articoli di fonte ISI sono coperte da copyright

La ricerca find articoli where soggetti phrase all words 'FLORIDA BAY' sort by level,fasc_key/DESCEND, pagina_ini_num/ASCEND ha restituito 95 riferimenti
Selezionare un intervallo

Per ulteriori informazioni selezionare i riferimenti di interesse.

    1. Ehrhardt, NM; Legault, CM; Restrepo, VR
      Density-dependent linkage between juveniles and recruitment for pink shrimp (Farfantepenaeus duorarum) in southern Florida

      ICES JOURNAL OF MARINE SCIENCE
    2. Gunderson, LH
      Managing surprising ecosystems in southern Florida

      ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS
    3. Fourqurean, JW; Cai, Y
      Arsenic and phosphorus in seagrass leaves from the Gulf of Mexico

      AQUATIC BOTANY
    4. Davis, BC; Fourqurean, JW
      Competition between the tropical alga, Halimeda incrassata, and the seagrass, Thalassia testudinum

      AQUATIC BOTANY
    5. Davis, SE; Childers, DL; Day, JW; Rudnick, DT; Sklar, FH
      Nutrient dynamics in vegetated and unvegetated areas of a southern Everglades mangrove creek

      ESTUARINE COASTAL AND SHELF SCIENCE
    6. Briones-Fourzan, P; Lozano-Alvarez, E
      Effects of artificial shelters (Casitas) on the abundance and biomass of juvenile spiny lobsters Panulirus argus in a habitat-limited tropical reef lagoon

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    7. Koch, MS; Madden, CJ
      Patterns of primary production and nutrient availability in a Bahamas lagoon with fringing mangroves

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    8. Burd, AB; Dunton, KH
      Field verification of a light-driven model of biomass changes in the seagrass Halodule wrightii

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    9. McGlathery, KJ; Berg, P; Marino, R
      Using porewater profiles to assess nutrient availability in seagrass-vegetated carbonate sediments

      BIOGEOCHEMISTRY
    10. Jaffe, R; Mead, R; Hernandez, ME; Peralba, MC; DiGuida, OA
      Origin and transport of sedimentary organic matter in two subtropical estuaries: a comparative, biomarker-based study

      ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY
    11. Hernandez, ME; Mead, R; Peralba, MC; Jaffe, R
      Origin and transport of n-alkane-2-ones in a subtropical estuary: potential biomarkers for seagrass-derived organic matter

      ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY
    12. Schrope, M
      Save our swamp

      NATURE
    13. Jackson, JBC
      What was natural in the coastal oceans?

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    14. Chambers, RA; Fourqurean, JW; Macko, SA; Hoppenot, R
      Biogeochemical effects of iron availability on primary producers in a shallow marine carbonate environment

      LIMNOLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY
    15. Koch, MS; Erskine, JM
      Sulfide as a phytotoxin to the tropical seagrass Thalassia testudinum: interactions with light, salinity and temperature

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MARINE BIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY
    16. Valentine, JF; Heck, KL
      The role of leaf nitrogen content in determining turtlegrass (Thalassia testudinum) grazing by a generalized herbivore in the northeastern Gulf of Mexico

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MARINE BIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY
    17. Malone, MJ; Slowey, NC; Henderson, GM
      Early diagenesis of shallow-water periplatform carbonate sediments, leeward margin, Great Bahama Bank (Ocean Drilling Program Leg 166)

      GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA BULLETIN
    18. Laboy-Nieves, EN; Klein, E; Conde, JE; Losada, F; Cruz, JJ; Bone, D
      Mass mortality of tropical marine communities in Morrocoy, Venezuela

      BULLETIN OF MARINE SCIENCE
    19. Childress, MJ; Herrnkind, WF
      The guide effect influence on the gregariousness of juvenile Caribbean spiny lobsters

      ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR
    20. Redfield, GW
      Ecological research for aquatic science and environmental restoration in south Florida

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    21. Fonseca, MS; Julius, BE; Kenworthy, WJ
      Integrating biology and economics in seagrass restoration: How much is enough and why?

      ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING
    22. Cai, Y; Georgiadis, M; Fourqurean, JW
      Determination of arsenic in seagrass using inductively coupled plasma massspectrometry

      SPECTROCHIMICA ACTA PART B-ATOMIC SPECTROSCOPY
    23. Corbett, DR; Kump, L; Dillon, K; Burnett, W; Chanton, J
      Fate of wastewater-borne nutrients under low discharge conditions in the subsurface of the Florida Keys, USA

      MARINE CHEMISTRY
    24. Erskine, JM; Koch, MS
      Sulfide effects on Thalassia testudinum carbon balance and adenylate energy charge

      AQUATIC BOTANY
    25. Seddon, S; Connolly, RM; Edyvane, KS
      Large-scale seagrass dieback in northern Spencer Gulf, South Australia

      AQUATIC BOTANY
    26. Boyer, JN; Sterling, P; Jones, RD
      Maximizing information from a water quality monitoring network through visualization techniques

      ESTUARINE COASTAL AND SHELF SCIENCE
    27. Cebrian, J; Pedersen, MF; Kroeger, KD; Valiela, I
      Fate of production of the seagrass Cymodocea nodosa in different stages ofmeadow formation

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    28. Eckrich, CE; Holmquist, JG
      Trampling in a seagrass assemblage: direct effects, response of associatedfauna, and the role of substrate characteristics

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    29. Duarte, CM; Terrados, J; Agawin, NSR; Fortes, MD
      An experimental test of the occurrence of competitive interactions among SE Asian seagrasses

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    30. Lewis, MA; Weber, DE; Goodman, LR; Stanley, RS; Craven, WG; Patrick, JM; Quarles, RL; Roush, TH; Macauley, JM
      Periphyton and sediment bioassessment in north Florida Bay

      ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING AND ASSESSMENT
    31. Louda, JW; Loitz, JW; Rudnick, DT; Baker, EW
      Early diagenetic alteration of chlorophyll-a and bacteriochlorophyll-a in a contemporaneous marl ecosystem; Florida Bay

      ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY
    32. Ault, JS; Luo, JG; Smith, SG; Serafy, JE; Wang, JD; Humston, R; Diaz, GA
      A spatial dynamic multistock production model

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FISHERIES AND AQUATIC SCIENCES
    33. Terrados, J; Duarte, CM; Kamp-Nielsen, L; Agawin, NSR; Gacia, E; Lacap, D; Fortes, MD; Borum, J; Lubanski, M; Greve, T
      Are seagrass growth and survival constrained by the reducing conditions ofthe sediment?

      AQUATIC BOTANY
    34. Ley, JA; McIvor, CC; Montague, CL
      Fishes in mangrove prop-root habitats of northeastern Florida Bay: Distinct assemblages across an estuarine gradient

      ESTUARINE COASTAL AND SHELF SCIENCE
    35. Rose, CD; Sharp, WC; Kenworthy, WJ; Hunt, JH; Lyons, WG; Prager, EJ; Valentine, JF; Hall, MO; Whitfield, PE; Fourqurean, JW
      Overgrazing of a large seagrass bed by the sea urchin Lytechinus variegatus in Outer Florida Bay

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    36. Butler, MJ; MacDiarmid, AB; Booth, JD
      The cause and consequence of ontogenetic changes in social aggregation in New Zealand spiny lobsters

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    37. Rose, CD; Dawes, CJ
      Effects of community structure on the seagrass Thalassia testudinum

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    38. Randall, TA; Carlson, JK; Mroczka, ME
      Distribution and density of submerged aquatic vegetation beds in a Connecticut Harbor

      RHODORA
    39. Miller, MW; Sluka, RD
      Patterns of seagrass and sediment nutrient distribution suggest anthropogenic enrichment in Laamu Atoll, Republic of Maldives

      MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN
    40. Mascarenhas, A; Chauhan, OS
      A note on the ancient mangroves of Goa, central west coast of India

      INDIAN JOURNAL OF MARINE SCIENCES
    41. SKLAR FH; BROWDER JA
      COASTAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS BROUGHT ABOUT BY ALTERATIONS TO FRESH-WATER FLOW IN THE GULF-OF-MEXICO

      Environmental management
    42. LIVINGSTON RJ; MCGLYNN SE; NIU XF
      FACTORS CONTROLLING SEAGRASS GROWTH IN A GULF COASTAL SYSTEM - WATER AND SEDIMENT QUALITY AND LIGHT

      Aquatic botany
    43. WANG JD
      SUBTIDAL FLOW PATTERNS IN WESTERN FLORIDA BAY

      Estuarine, coastal and shelf science
    44. KENWORTHY WJ; SCHWARZSCHILD AC
      VERTICAL GROWTH AND SHORT-SHOOT DEMOGRAPHY OF SYRINGODIUM-FILIFORME IN OUTER FLORIDA BAY, USA

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    45. LI C; JONES B; KALBFLEISCH WBC
      CARBONATE SEDIMENT TRANSPORT PATHWAYS BASED ON FORAMINIFERA - CASE-STUDY FROM FRANK SOUND, GRAND CAYMAN, BRITISH-WEST-INDIES

      Sedimentology
    46. REUSCH TBH; WILLIAMS SL
      VARIABLE RESPONSES OF NATIVE EELGRASS ZOSTERA-MARINA TO A NON-INDIGENOUS BIVALVE MUSCULISTA-SENHOUSIA

      Oecologia
    47. ANDREWS JE; CHRISTIDIS S; DENNIS PF
      ASSESSING MINERALOGICAL AND GEOCHEMICAL HETEROGENEITY IN THE SUB-63-MICRON-SIZE FRACTION OF HOLOCENE LIME MUDS

      Journal of sedimentary research
    48. SKEWES TD; DENNIS DM; PITCHER CR; LONG BG
      AGE STRUCTURE OF PANULIRUS-ORNATUS IN 2 HABITATS IN TORRES STRAIT, AUSTRALIA

      Marine and freshwater research
    49. CHILDRESS MJ; HERRNKIND WF
      DEN SHARING BY JUVENILE CARIBBEAN SPINY LOBSTERS (PANULIRUS-ARGUS) INNURSERY HABITAT - COOPERATION OR COINCIDENCE

      Marine and freshwater research
    50. HERRNKIND WF; BUTLER MJ; HUNT JH
      CAN ARTIFICIAL HABITATS THAT MIMIC NATURAL STRUCTURES ENHANCE RECRUITMENT OF CARIBBEAN SPINY LOBSTER

      Fisheries
    51. KOCH MS; SNEDAKER SC
      FACTORS INFLUENCING RHIZOPHORA MANGLE L. SEEDLING DEVELOPMENT IN EVERGLADES CARBONATE SOILS

      Aquatic botany
    52. DAWES CJ; ANDORFER J; ROSE C; URANOWSKI C; EHRINGER N
      REGROWTH OF THE SEAGRASS THALASSIA-TESTUDINUM INTO PROPELLER SCARS

      Aquatic botany
    53. FRANKOVICH TA; FOURQUREAN JW
      SEAGRASS EPIPHYTE LOADS ALONG A NUTRIENT AVAILABILITY GRADIENT, FLORIDA BAY, USA

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    54. HOLMQUIST JG
      DISTURBANCE AND GAP FORMATION IN A MARINE BENTHIC MOSAIC - INFLUENCE OF SHIFTING MACROALGAL PATCHES ON SEAGRASS STRUCTURE AND MOBILE INVERTEBRATES

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    55. ARCE AM; AGUILARDAVILA W; SOSACORDERO E; CADDY JF
      ARTIFICIAL SHELTERS (CASITAS) AS HABITATS FOR JUVENILE SPINY LOBSTERSPANULIRUS-ARGUS IN THE MEXICAN CARIBBEAN

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    56. BELL SS; HALL MO
      DRIFT MACROALGAL ABUNDANCE IN SEAGRASS BEDS - INVESTIGATING LARGE-SCALE ASSOCIATIONS WITH PHYSICAL AND BIOTIC ATTRIBUTES

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    57. MICHAEL JD; DUARTE CM
      ON THE USE OF RECONSTRUCTIVE AGING TECHNIQUES FOR ASSESSING SEAGRASS DEMOGRAPHY - A CRITIQUE OF THE MODEL TEST OF JENSEN ET-AL (1996) - COMMENT

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    58. JENSEN SL; ROBBINS BD; BELL SS
      ON THE USE OF THE RECONSTRUCTIVE TECHNIQUE - CRITICISMS, COMMENTS ANDQUESTIONS - COMMENT

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    59. ANDREASSON FP; SCHMITZ B
      WINTER AND SUMMER TEMPERATURES OF THE EARLY MIDDLE EOCENE OF FRANCE FROM TURRITELLA DELTA-O-18 PROFILES - REPLY

      Geology
    60. OLIVARIVERA JJ; DEJESUSNAVARRETE A
      PHYTOBENTHIC BIOMASS IN SEMICULTURE FACIL ITIES OF STROMBUS-GIGAS, INQUINTANA-ROO, MEXICO

      Revista de biologia tropical
    61. UDY JW; DENNISON WC
      GROWTH AND PHYSIOLOGICAL-RESPONSES OF 3 SEAGRASS SPECIES TO ELEVATED SEDIMENT NUTRIENTS IN MORETON BAY, AUSTRALIA

      Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology
    62. SANCHEZ AJ
      HABITAT PREFERENCE OF PENAEUS-DUORARUM BURKENROAD (CRUSTACEA, DECAPODA) IN A TROPICAL COASTAL LAGOON, SOUTHWEST GULF-OF-MEXICO

      Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology
    63. MOORE KA; WETZEL RL; ORTH RJ
      SEASONAL PULSES OF TURBIDITY AND THEIR RELATIONS TO EELGRASS (ZOSTERA-MARINA L) SURVIVAL IN AN ESTUARY

      Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology
    64. MASCARENHAS A
      SIGNIFICANCE OF PEAT ON THE WESTERN CONTINENTAL-SHELF OF INDIA

      Journal of the Geological Society of India
    65. BUTLER MJ; HERRNKIND WF; HUNT JH
      FACTORS AFFECTING THE RECRUITMENT OF JUVENILE CARIBBEAN SPINY LOBSTERS DWELLING IN MACROALGAE

      Bulletin of marine science
    66. CONNOLLY RM; BUTLER AJ
      THE EFFECTS OF ALTERING SEAGRASS CANOPY HEIGHT ON SMALL, MOTILE INVERTEBRATES OF SHALLOW MEDITERRANEAN EMBAYMENTS

      Marine ecology
    67. JENSEN SL; ROBBINS BD; BELL SS
      PREDICTING POPULATION DECLINE - SEAGRASS DEMOGRAPHICS AND THE RECONSTRUCTIVE TECHNIQUE

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    68. RUSS GR; ALCALA AC
      DO MARINE RESERVES EXPORT ADULT FISH BIOMASS - EVIDENCE FROM APO-ISLAND, CENTRAL PHILIPPINES

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    69. LAVALLI KL; LAWTON P
      HISTORICAL REVIEW OF LOBSTER LIFE-HISTORY TERMINOLOGY AND PROPOSED MODIFICATIONS TO CURRENT SCHEMES

      Crustaceana
    70. BAUER RT; VANHOY R
      VARIATION IN SEXUAL SYSTEMS (PROTANDRY, GONOCHORISM) AND REPRODUCTIVE-BIOLOGY AMONG 3 SPECIES OF THE SHRIMP GENUS THOR (DECAPODA, CARIDEA)

      Bulletin of marine science
    71. ONUF CP
      BIOMASS PATTERNS IN SEAGRASS MEADOWS OF THE LAGUNA-MADRE, TEXAS

      Bulletin of marine science
    72. KUENEN MMCE; DEBROT AO
      A QUANTITATIVE STUDY OF THE SEAGRASS AND ALGAL MEADOWS OF THE SPAANSE-WATER, CURACAO, THE NETHERLANDS-ANTILLES

      Aquatic botany
    73. SCHOELLHAMER DH
      SEDIMENT RESUSPENSION MECHANISMS IN OLD-TAMPA BAY, FLORIDA

      Estuarine, coastal and shelf science
    74. INVERS O; PEREZ M; ROMERO J
      ALKALINE-PHOSPHATASE ACTIVITY AS A TOOL FOR ASSESSING NUTRITIONAL CONDITIONS IN THE SEAGRASS POSIDONIA-OCEANICA (L) DELILE

      Scientia marina
    75. BUTLER MJ; HUNT JH; HERRNKIND WF; CHILDRESS MJ; BERTELSEN R; SHARP W; MATTHEWS T; FIELD JM; MARSHALL HG
      CASCADING DISTURBANCES IN FLORIDA BAY, USA - CYANOBACTERIA BLOOMS, SPONGE MORTALITY, AND IMPLICATIONS FOR JUVENILE SPINY LOBSTERS PANULIRUS-ARGUS

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    76. MCGLATHERY KJ
      NUTRIENT AND GRAZING INFLUENCES ON A SUBTROPICAL SEAGRASS COMMUNITY

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    77. FRANKOVICH TA; ZIEMAN JC
      A COMPARISON OF METHODS FOR THE ACCURATE MEASUREMENT OF EPIPHYTIC CARBONATE

      Estuaries
    78. BROWN KE; COHEN AD
      STRATIGRAPHIC AND MICROPETROGRAPHIC OCCURRENCES OF PYRITE IN SEDIMENTS AT THE CONFLUENCE OF CARBONATE AND PEAT-FORMING DEPOSITIONAL SYSTEMS, SOUTHERN FLORIDA, USA

      Organic geochemistry
    79. DUARTE CM
      SUBMERGED AQUATIC VEGETATION IN RELATION TO DIFFERENT NUTRIENT REGIMES

      Ophelia
    80. VANTUSSENBROEK BI
      THALASSIA-TESTUDINUM LEAF DYNAMICS IN A MEXICAN CARIBBEAN CORAL-REEF LAGOON

      Marine Biology
    81. EDGAR GJ; SHAW C
      THE PRODUCTION AND TROPHIC ECOLOGY OF SHALLOW-WATER FISH ASSEMBLAGES IN SOUTHERN AUSTRALIA .1. SPECIES RICHNESS, SIZE-STRUCTURE AND PRODUCTION OF FISHES IN WESTERN-PORT, VICTORIA

      Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology
    82. EDGAR GJ; SHAW C
      THE PRODUCTION AND TROPHIC ECOLOGY OF SHALLOW-WATER FISH ASSEMBLAGES IN SOUTHERN AUSTRALIA .3. GENERAL RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN SEDIMENTS, SEAGRASSES, INVERTEBRATES AND FISHES

      Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology
    83. VOSE FE; BELL SS
      RESIDENT FISHES AND MACROBENTHOS IN MANGROVE-RIMMED HABITATS - EVALUATION OF HABITAT RESTORATION BY HYDROLOGIC MODIFICATION

      Estuaries
    84. SALLER AH; YAREMKO K
      DOLOMITIZATION AND POROSITY DEVELOPMENT IN THE MIDDLE AND UPPER WABAMUN GROUP, SOUTHEAST PEACE RIVER ARCH, ALBERTA, CANADA

      AAPG bulletin
    85. EBERLI GP; KENDALL CGS; MOORE P; WHITTLE GL; CANNON R
      TESTING A SEISMIC INTERPRETATION OF GREAT BAHAMA BANK WITH A COMPUTER-SIMULATION

      AAPG bulletin
    86. KILLOPS SD; FREWIN NL
      TRITERPENOID DIAGENESIS AND CUTICULAR PRESERVATION

      Organic geochemistry
    87. HOLMQUIST JG
      BENTHIC MACROALGAE AS A DISPERSAL MECHANISM FOR FAUNA - INFLUENCE OF A MARINE TUMBLEWEED

      Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology
    88. HALLEY RB; SWART PK; DODGE RE; HUDSON JH
      DECADE-SCALE TREND IN SEA-WATER SALINITY REVEALED THROUGH DELTA-O-18 ANALYSIS OF MONTASTRAEA-ANNULARIS ANNUAL GROWTH BANDS

      Bulletin of marine science
    89. DURAKO MJ; KUSS KM
      EFFECTS OF LABYRINTHULA INFECTION ON THE PHOTOSYNTHETIC CAPACITY OF THALASSIA-TESTUDINUM

      Bulletin of marine science
    90. FONG P; HARWELL MA
      MODELING SEAGRASS COMMUNITIES IN TROPICAL AND SUBTROPICAL BAYS AND ESTUARIES - A MATHEMATICAL-MODEL SYNTHESIS OF CURRENT HYPOTHESES

      Bulletin of marine science
    91. SCHIRRIPA MJ; GOODYEAR CP
      SIMULATION MODELING OF CONSERVATION STANDARDS FOR SPOTTED SEA-TROUT (CYNOSCION-NEBULOSUS) IN EVERGLADES-NATIONAL-PARK

      Bulletin of marine science
    92. MCNEILL SE; FAIRWEATHER PG
      SINGLE LARGE OR SEVERAL SMALL MARINE RESERVES - AN EXPERIMENTAL APPROACH WITH SEAGRASS FAUNA

      Journal of biogeography
    93. BROWNPETERSON NJ; PETERSON MS; RYDENE DA; EAMES RW
      FISH ASSEMBLAGES IN NATURAL VERSUS WELL-ESTABLISHED RECOLONIZED SEAGRASS MEADOWS

      Estuaries
    94. SEDBERRY GR; CARTER J
      THE FISH COMMUNITY OF A SHALLOW TROPICAL LAGOON IN BELIZE, CENTRAL-AMERICA

      Estuaries
    95. KINNEARY JJ
      SALINITY RELATIONS OF CHELYDRA-SERPENTINA IN A LONG-ISLAND ESTUARY

      Journal of herpetology


ASDD Area Sistemi Dipartimentali e Documentali, Università di Bologna, Catalogo delle riviste ed altri periodici
Documento generato il 29/10/20 alle ore 00:54:01