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    1. Fuentes-Yaco, C; de Leon, DAS; Monreal-Gomez, MA; Vera-Herrera, F
      Environmental forcing in a tropical estuarine ecosystem: the Palizada River in the southern Gulf of Mexico

      MARINE AND FRESHWATER RESEARCH
    2. Napp, JM; Hunt, GL
      Anomalous conditions in the south-eastern Bering Sea 1997: linkages among climate, weather, ocean, and Biology

      FISHERIES OCEANOGRAPHY
    3. Aoki, I; Mizushima, T
      Biomass diversity and stability of food webs in aquatic ecosystems

      ECOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    4. Vega-Cendejas, ME; Arreguin-Sanchez, F
      Energy fluxes in a mangrove ecosystem from a coastal lagoon in Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico

      ECOLOGICAL MODELLING
    5. Middelburg, JJ; Nieuwenhuize, J
      Nitrogen isotope tracing of dissolved inorganic nitrogen behaviour in tidal estuaries

      ESTUARINE COASTAL AND SHELF SCIENCE
    6. Jackson, JBC; Sala, E
      Unnatural oceans

      SCIENTIA MARINA
    7. Brock, DA
      Nitrogen budget for low and high freshwater inflows, Nueces Estuary, Texas

      ESTUARIES
    8. Hambright, KD; Zohary, T; Easton, J; Azoulay, B; Fishbein, T
      Effects of zooplankton grazing and nutrients on the bloom-forming, N-2-fixing cyanobacterium Aphanizomenon in Lake Kinneret

      JOURNAL OF PLANKTON RESEARCH
    9. An, SM; Gardner, WS; Kana, T
      Simultaneous measurement of denitrification and nitrogen fixation using isotope pairing with membrane inlet mass spectrometry analysis

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    10. Henrickson, SE; Wong, T; Allen, P; Ford, T; Epstein, PR
      Marine swimming-related illness: Implications for monitoring and environmental policy

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    11. Juda, L; Hennessey, T
      Governance profiles and the management of the uses of large marine ecosystems

      OCEAN DEVELOPMENT AND INTERNATIONAL LAW
    12. Jackson, JBC
      What was natural in the coastal oceans?

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    13. Yoshikawa, T; Takeuchi, I; Furuya, K
      Active erosion of Undaria pinnatifida Suringar (Laminariales, Phaeophyceae) mass-cultured in otsuchi bay in northeastern Japan

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MARINE BIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY
    14. Cury, P; Bakun, A; Crawford, RJM; Jarre, A; Quinones, RA; Shannon, LJ; Verheye, HM
      Small pelagics in upwelling systems: patterns of interaction and structural changes in "wasp-waist" ecosystems

      ICES JOURNAL OF MARINE SCIENCE
    15. Pauly, D; Christensen, V; Walters, C
      Ecopath, Ecosim, and Ecospace as tools for evaluating ecosystem impact of fisheries

      ICES JOURNAL OF MARINE SCIENCE
    16. Thiele, D; Chester, ET; Gill, PC
      Cetacean distribution off Eastern Antarctica (80-150 degrees E) during theAustral summer of 1995/1996

      DEEP-SEA RESEARCH PART II-TOPICAL STUDIES IN OCEANOGRAPHY
    17. Falk-Petersen, S; Hop, H; Budgell, WP; Hegseth, EN; Korsnes, R; Loyning, TB; Orbaek, JB; Kawamura, T; Shirasawa, K
      Physical and ecological processes in the marginal ice zone of the northernBarents Sea during the summer melt period

      JOURNAL OF MARINE SYSTEMS
    18. Saros, JE; Fritz, SC
      Nutrients as a link between ionic concentration/composition and diatom distributions in saline lakes

      JOURNAL OF PALEOLIMNOLOGY
    19. Dyer, CL; Poggie, JJ
      The Natural Resource Region and marine policy: a case study from the New England Groundfish Fishery

      MARINE POLICY
    20. de Wilde, HPJ; de Bie, MJM
      Nitrous oxide in the Schelde estuary: production by nitrification and emission to the atmosphere

      MARINE CHEMISTRY
    21. Heymans, JJ; Baird, D
      Network analysis of the northern Benguela ecosystem by means of NETWRK andECOPATH

      ECOLOGICAL MODELLING
    22. Arreguin-Sanchez, F
      Octopus-red grouper interaction in the exploited ecosystem of the northerncontinental shelf of Yucatan, Mexico

      ECOLOGICAL MODELLING
    23. Vidal, M; Duarte, CM
      Nutrient accumulation at different supply rates in experimental Mediterranean planktonic communities

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    24. Rivas, Z; de Medina, HL; Gutierrez, J; Gutierrez, E
      Nitrogen and phosphorus levels in sediments from tropical Catatumbo river (Venezuela)

      WATER AIR AND SOIL POLLUTION
    25. Jickells, T; Andrews, J; Samways, G; Sanders, R; Malcolm, S; Sivyer, D; Parker, R; Nedwell, D; Trimmer, M; Ridgway, J
      Nutrient fluxes through the Humber estuary - Past, present and future

      AMBIO
    26. Alexander, RB; Smith, RA; Schwarz, GE
      Effect of stream channel size on the delivery of nitrogen to the Gulf of Mexico

      NATURE
    27. Duarte, CM
      Marine biodiversity and ecosystem services: an elusive link

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MARINE BIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY
    28. Benitez-Nelson, CR
      The biogeochemical cycling of phosphorus in marine systems

      EARTH-SCIENCE REVIEWS
    29. Sanchez, RM; Zea, S
      Metabolism of inorganic nitrogen and phosphorus dissolved in a water column of a tropical coastal lagoon in Caribbean Columbia

      CARIBBEAN JOURNAL OF SCIENCE
    30. Harris, GP
      Comparison of the biogeochemistry of lakes and estuaries: ecosystem processes, functional groups, hysteresis effects and interactions between macro- and microbiology

      MARINE AND FRESHWATER RESEARCH
    31. Pondaven, P; Ruiz-Pino, D; Druon, JN; Fravalo, C; Treguer, P
      Factors controlling silicon and nitrogen biogeochemical cycles in high nutrient, low chlorophyll systems (the Southern Ocean and the North Pacific): Comparison with a mesotrophic system (the North Atlantic)

      DEEP-SEA RESEARCH PART I-OCEANOGRAPHIC RESEARCH PAPERS
    32. Robinson, AR; McCarthy, JJ; Rothschild, BJ
      Interdisciplinary ocean science is evolving and a systems approach is essential

      JOURNAL OF MARINE SYSTEMS
    33. Marin, VH; Olivares, GR
      Seasonality of primary productivity in Mejillones del Sur Bay (Chile): a process-functional approach

      Revista chilena de historia natural
    34. Murray, AG; Parslow, JS
      The analysis of alternative formulations in a simple model of a coastal ecosystem

      ECOLOGICAL MODELLING
    35. Sherman, K; Duda, AM
      An ecosystem approach to global assessment and management of coastal waters

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    36. Dvir, O; van Rijn, J; Neori, A
      Nitrogen transformations and factors leading to nitrite accumulation in a hypertrophic marine fish culture system

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    37. Howarth, RW; Chan, F; Marino, R
      Do top-down and bottom-up controls interact to exclude nitrogen-fixing cyanobacteria from the plankton of estuaries? An exploration with a simulationmodel

      BIOGEOCHEMISTRY
    38. Sin, YS; Wetzel, RL; Anderson, IC
      Spatial and temporal characteristics of nutrient and phytoplankton dynamics in the York River Estuary, Virginia: Analyses of long-term data

      ESTUARIES
    39. Juda, L
      Considerations in developing a functional approach to the governance of large marine ecosystems

      OCEAN DEVELOPMENT AND INTERNATIONAL LAW
    40. Hessen, DO
      Catchment properties and the transport of major elements to estuaries

      ADVANCES IN ECOLOGICAL RESEARCH, VOL 29
    41. MacKenzie, K
      Parasites as pollution indicators in marine ecosystems: a proposed early warning system

      MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN
    42. Fisher, TR; Gustafson, AB; Sellner, K; Lacouture, R; Haas, LW; Wetzel, RL; Magnien, R; Everitt, D; Michaels, B; Karrh, R
      Spatial and temporal variation of resource limitation in Chesapeake Bay

      MARINE BIOLOGY
    43. Cavender-Bares, KK; Mann, EL; Chisholm, SW; Ondrusek, ME; Bidigare, RR
      Differential response of equatorial Pacific phytoplankton to iron fertilization

      LIMNOLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY
    44. Conley, DJ
      Biogeochemical nutrient cycles and nutrient management strategies

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    45. Conley, DJ
      Biogeochemical nutrient cycles and nutrient management strategies

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    46. Mitchell, AM; Baldwin, DS
      The effects of sediment desiccation on the potential for nitrification, denitrification, and methanogenesis in an Australian reservoir

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    47. DONE TJ; REICHELT RE
      INTEGRATED COASTAL ZONE AND FISHERIES ECOSYSTEM MANAGEMENT - GENERIC GOALS AND PERFORMANCE INDEXES

      Ecological applications
    48. GARG SK; BHATNAGAR A; NARULA N
      APPLICATION OF AZOTOBACTER ENHANCES POND PRODUCTIVITY AND FISH BIOMASS IN STILL WATER PONDS

      Aquaculture international
    49. GONZALEZ A; MARIN VH
      DISTRIBUTION AND LIFE-CYCLE OF CALANUS-CHILENSIS AND CENTROPAGES BRACHIATUS (COPEPODA) IN CHILEAN COASTAL WATERS - A GIS APPROACH

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    50. MACKAY NA; ELSER JJ
      NUTRIENT RECYCLING BY DAPHNIA REDUCES N-2 FIXATION BY CYANOBACTERIA

      Limnology and oceanography
    51. NIHOUL JCJ
      MODELING MARINE ECOSYSTEMS AS A DISCIPLINE IN EARTH-SCIENCE

      Earth-science reviews
    52. JEPPESEN E; JENSEN JP; SONDERGAARD M; LAURIDSEN T; MOLLER FP; SANDBY K
      CHANGES IN NITROGEN-RETENTION IN SHALLOW EUTROPHIC LAKES FOLLOWING A DECLINE IN DENSITY OF CYPRINIDS

      Archiv fur Hydrobiologie
    53. BRYANT AD; HEATH M; GURNEY WSG; BEARE DJ; ROBERTSON W
      THE SEASONAL DYNAMICS OF CALANUS-FINMARCHICUS - DEVELOPMENT OF A 3-DIMENSIONAL STRUCTURED POPULATION-MODEL AND APPLICATION TO THE NORTHERN NORTH-SEA

      Journal of sea research
    54. KELLER A; HARGRAVES P; JEON H; KLEINMACPHEE G; KLOS E; OVIATT C; ZHANG JP
      ULTRAVIOLET-B RADIATION ENHANCEMENT DOES NOT AFFECT MARINE TROPHIC LEVELS DURING A WINTER-SPRING BLOOM

      Ecoscience
    55. SAKSHAUG E
      BIOMASS AND PRODUCTIVITY DISTRIBUTIONS AND THEIR VARIABILITY IN THE BARENTS SEA

      ICES journal of marine science
    56. VALIELA I; COLLINS G; KREMER J; LAJTHA K; GEIST M; SEELY B; BRAWLEY J; SHAM CH
      NITROGEN LOADING FROM COASTAL WATERSHEDS TO RECEIVING ESTUARIES - NEWMETHOD AND APPLICATION

      Ecological applications
    57. DALY KL
      FLUX OF PARTICULATE MATTER THROUGH COPEPODS IN THE NORTHEAST WATER POLYNYA

      Journal of marine systems
    58. FURTADO ALD; ESTEVES FD
      BIOLOGICAL NITROGEN-FIXATION IN A BRAZILIAN COASTAL LAGOON

      Arquivos de biologia e tecnologia
    59. MCCLANAHAN TR; SALA E
      A MEDITERRANEAN ROCKY-BOTTOM ECOSYSTEM FISHERIES MODEL

      Ecological modelling
    60. VASCONCELLOS M; MACKINSON S; SLOMAN K; PAULY D
      THE STABILITY OF TROPHIC MASS-BALANCE MODELS OF MARINE ECOSYSTEMS - ACOMPARATIVE-ANALYSIS

      Ecological modelling
    61. WICKSTROM CE; CORKRAN JL
      NITROGENASE ACTIVITIES ASSOCIATED WITH MACROPHYTES FROM A LACUSTRINE AND A FRESH-WATER ESTUARINE HABITAT

      Aquatic botany
    62. RIERA P; RICHARD P
      TEMPORAL VARIATION OF DELTA-C-13 IN PARTICULATE ORGANIC-MATTER AND OYSTER CRASSOSTREA-GIGAS IN MARENNES-OLERON BAY (FRANCE) - EFFECT OF FRESH-WATER INFLOW

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    63. WILLIAMS MR; MELACK JM
      SOLUTE EXPORT FROM FORESTED AND PARTIALLY DEFORESTED CATCHMENTS IN THE CENTRAL AMAZON

      Biogeochemistry
    64. GRIMM NB; PETRONE KC
      NITROGEN-FIXATION IN A DESERT STREAM ECOSYSTEM

      Biogeochemistry
    65. NOWICKI BL; REQUINTINA E; VANKEUREN D; KELLY JR
      NITROGEN LOSSES THROUGH SEDIMENT DENITRIFICATION IN BOSTON-HARBOR ANDMASSACHUSETTS-BAY

      Estuaries
    66. QUESADA A; LEGANES F; FERNANDEZVALIENTE E
      ENVIRONMENTAL-FACTORS CONTROLLING N-2 FIXATION IN MEDITERRANEAN RICE FIELDS

      Microbial ecology
    67. BERGE D; FJELD E; HINDAR A; KASTE O
      NITROGEN-RETENTION IN 2 NORWEGIAN WATERCOURSES OF DIFFERENT TROPHIC STATUS

      Ambio
    68. FALKOWSKI PG
      EVOLUTION OF THE NITROGEN-CYCLE AND ITS INFLUENCE ON THE BIOLOGICAL SEQUESTRATION OF CO2 IN THE OCEAN

      Nature
    69. MALLOY KD; HOLMAN MA; MITCHELL D; DETRICH HW
      SOLAR UVB-INDUCED DNA-DAMAGE AND PHOTOENZYMATIC DNA-REPAIR IN ANTARCTIC ZOOPLANKTON

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    70. SOARES AG; SCHLACHER TA; MCLACHLAN A
      CARBON AND NITROGEN EXCHANGE BETWEEN SANDY BEACH CLAMS (DONAX-SERRA) AND KELP BEDS IN THE BENGUELA COASTAL UPWELLING REGION

      Marine Biology
    71. EVANS JC; PREPAS EE
      RELATIVE IMPORTANCE OF IRON AND MOLYBDENUM IN RESTRICTING PHYTOPLANKTON BIOMASS IN HIGH PHOSPHORUS SALINE LAKES

      Limnology and oceanography
    72. HARE JA; COWEN RK
      SIZE, GROWTH, DEVELOPMENT, AND SURVIVAL OF THE PLANKTONIC LARVAE OF POMATOMUS SALTATRIX (PISCES, POMATOMIDAE)

      Ecology
    73. HELLSTROM T
      AN EMPIRICAL-STUDY OF NITROGEN DYNAMICS IN LAKES

      Water environment research
    74. RANDALL RG; MINNS CK; CAIRNS VW; MOORE JE
      THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN AN INDEX OF FISH PRODUCTION AND SUBMERGED MACROPHYTES AND OTHER HABITAT FEATURES AT 3 LITTORAL AREAS IN THE GREAT-LAKES

      Canadian journal of fisheries and aquatic sciences
    75. KRAPIVIN VF
      THE ESTIMATION OF THE PERUVIAN CURRENT ECOSYSTEM BY A MATHEMATICAL-MODEL OF BIOSPHERE

      Ecological modelling
    76. LAVAL P
      THE REPRESENTATION OF SPACE IN AN OBJECT-ORIENTED COMPUTATIONAL PELAGIC ECOSYSTEM

      Ecological modelling
    77. CHRISTIAN RR; FORES E; COMIN F; VIAROLI P; NALDI M; FERRARI I
      NITROGEN CYCLING NETWORKS OF COASTAL ECOSYSTEMS - INFLUENCE OF TROPHIC STATUS AND PRIMARY PRODUCER FORM

      Ecological modelling
    78. PFEIFER D; BAUMER HP; ORTLEB H; SACH G; SCHLEIER U
      MODELING SPATIAL DISTRIBUTIONAL PATTERNS OF BENTHIC MEIOFAUNA SPECIESBY THOMAS AND RELATED PROCESSES

      Ecological modelling
    79. RADFORD PJ; BLACKFORD JC
      INTERDISCIPLINARY METHODS FOR SUCCESSFUL ECOLOGICAL SIMULATION

      Ecological modelling
    80. TOMASINO MG
      IS IT FEASIBLE TO PREDICT SLIME BLOOMS OR MUCILAGE IN THE NORTHERN ADRIATIC SEA

      Ecological modelling
    81. WARE JR; FAUTIN DG; BUDDEMEIER RW
      PATTERNS OF CORAL BLEACHING - MODELING THE ADAPTIVE BLEACHING HYPOTHESIS

      Ecological modelling
    82. DELAUNE RD; BOAR RR; LINDAU CW; KLEISS BA
      DENITRIFICATION IN BOTTOMLAND HARDWOOD WETLAND SOILS OF THE CACHE RIVER

      Wetlands
    83. NIXON SW; AMMERMAN JW; ATKINSON LP; BEROUNSKY VM; BILLEN G; BOICOURT WC; BOYNTON WR; CHURCH TM; DITORO DM; ELMGREN R; GARBER JH; GIBLIN AE; JAHNKE RA; OWENS NJP; PILSON MEQ; SEITZINGER SP
      THE FATE OF NITROGEN AND PHOSPHORUS AT THE LAND SEA MARGIN OF THE NORTH-ATLANTIC OCEAN

      Biogeochemistry
    84. WINDOLF J; JEPPESEN E; JENSEN JP; KRISTENSEN P
      MODELING OF SEASONAL-VARIATION IN NITROGEN-RETENTION AND IN-LAKE CONCENTRATION - A 4-YEAR MASS-BALANCE STUDY IN 16 SHALLOW DANISH LAKES

      Biogeochemistry
    85. COWAN JLW; BOYNTON WR
      SEDIMENT-WATER OXYGEN AND NUTRIENT EXCHANGES ALONG THE LONGITUDINAL AXIS OF CHESAPEAKE BAY - SEASONAL PATTERNS, CONTROLLING FACTORS AND ECOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE

      Estuaries
    86. BUSTAMANTE RH; BRANCH GM
      THE DEPENDENCE OF INTERTIDAL CONSUMERS ON KELP-DERIVED ORGANIC-MATTERON THE WEST-COAST OF SOUTH-AFRICA

      Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology
    87. DUGDALE RC; WILKERSON FP; MINAS HJ
      THE ROLE OF A SILICATE PUMP IN DRIVING NEW PRODUCTION

      Deep-sea research. Part 1. Oceanographic research papers
    88. OMORI K
      THE ADAPTIVE SIGNIFICANCE OF A LUNAR OR SEMILUNAR REPRODUCTIVE-CYCLE IN MARINE ANIMALS

      Ecological modelling
    89. HADFIELD M; KUMAR SK; VINCENT WF; AUSTIN PC; WAKE GC
      PICOPLANKTON AND MARINE FOOD-CHAIN DYNAMICS IN A VARIABLE MIXED-LAYER- A REACTION-DIFFUSION MODEL

      Ecological modelling
    90. MCCLANAHAN TR
      A CORAL-REEF ECOSYSTEM-FISHERIES MODEL - IMPACTS OF FISHING INTENSITYAND CATCH SELECTION ON REEF STRUCTURE AND PROCESSES

      Ecological modelling
    91. PERTTILA M; NIEMISTO L; MAKELA K
      DISTRIBUTION, DEVELOPMENT AND TOTAL AMOUNTS OF NUTRIENTS IN THE GULF-OF-FINLAND

      Estuarine, coastal and shelf science
    92. PITKANEN H; TAMMINEN T
      NITROGEN AND PHOSPHORUS AS PRODUCTION LIMITING FACTORS IN THE ESTUARINE WATERS OF THE EASTERN GULF-OF-FINLAND

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    93. ALBER M; VALIELA I
      ORGANIC AGGREGATES IN DETRITAL FOOD WEBS - INCORPORATION BY BAY SCALLOPS ARGOPECTEN IRRADIANS

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    94. LAMONTAGNE MG; VALIELA I
      DENITRIFICATION MEASURED BY A DIRECT N-2 FLUX METHOD IN SEDIMENTS OF WAQUOIT-BAY, MA

      Biogeochemistry
    95. BOYNTON WR; GARBER JH; SUMMERS R; KEMP WM
      INPUTS, TRANSFORMATIONS, AND TRANSPORT OF NITROGEN AND PHOSPHORUS IN CHESAPEAKE BAY AND SELECTED TRIBUTARIES

      Estuaries
    96. SANTSCHI PH
      SEASONALITY IN NUTRIENT CONCENTRATIONS IN GALVESTON-BAY

      Marine environmental research
    97. HEATH M
      AN HOLISTIC ANALYSIS OF THE COUPLING BETWEEN PHYSICAL AND BIOLOGICAL PROCESSES IN THE COASTAL ZONE

      Ophelia
    98. CHERNYAK SM; MCCONNELL LL; RICE CP
      FATE OF SOME CHLORINATED HYDROCARBONS IN ARCTIC AND FAR-EASTERN ECOSYSTEMS IN THE RUSSIAN-FEDERATION

      Science of the total environment
    99. BUSTAMANTE RH; BRANCH GM; EEKHOUT S; ROBERTSON B; ZOUTENDYK P; SCHLEYER M; DYE A; HANEKOM N; KEATS D; JURD M; MCQUAID C
      GRADIENTS OF INTERTIDAL PRIMARY PRODUCTIVITY AROUND THE COAST OF SOUTH-AFRICA AND THEIR RELATIONSHIPS WITH CONSUMER BIOMASS

      Oecologia
    100. HOWARTH RW; SWANEY D; MARINO R; BUTLER T; CHU CR
      TURBULENCE DOES NOT PREVENT NITROGEN-FIXATION BY PLANKTON IN ESTUARIES AND COASTAL SEAS - REPLY

      Limnology and oceanography


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