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    1. Edwards, AM; Platt, T; Wright, DG
      Biologically induced circulation at fronts

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-OCEANS
    2. Daly, KL; Smith, WO; Johnson, GC; DiTullio, GR; Jones, DR; Mordy, CW; Feely, RA; Hansell, DA; Zhang, JZ
      Hydrography, nutrients, and carbon pools in the Pacific sector of the Southern Ocean: Implications for carbon flux

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-OCEANS
    3. Louanchi, F; Najjar, RG
      Annual cycles of nutrients and oxygen in the upper layers of the North Atlantic Ocean

      DEEP-SEA RESEARCH PART II-TOPICAL STUDIES IN OCEANOGRAPHY
    4. Prahl, FG; Pilskaln, CH; Sparrow, MA
      Seasonal record for alkenones in sedimentary particles from the Gulf of Maine

      DEEP-SEA RESEARCH PART I-OCEANOGRAPHIC RESEARCH PAPERS
    5. Kim, G; Church, TM
      Seasonal biogeochemical fluxes of Th-234 and Po-210 in the upper Sargasso Sea: Influence from atmospheric iron deposition

      GLOBAL BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLES
    6. Greenop, B; Lovatt, K; Robb, M
      The use of artificial oxygenation to reduce nutrient availability in the Canning River, Western Australia

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    7. Moncheva, S; Gotsis-Skretas, O; Pagou, K; Krastev, A
      Phytoplankton blooms in Black Sea and Mediterranean coastal ecosystems subjected to anthropogenic eutrophication: Similarities and differences

      ESTUARINE COASTAL AND SHELF SCIENCE
    8. Moran, XAG; Gasol, JM; Pedros-Alio, C; Estrada, M
      Dissolved and particulate primary production and bacterial production in offshore Antarctic waters during austral summer: coupled or uncoupled?

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    9. Cloern, JE
      Our evolving conceptual model of the coastal eutrophication problem

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    10. Levy, M; Memery, L; Madec, G
      Combined effects of mesoscale processes and atmospheric high-frequency variability on the spring bloom in the MEDOC area

      DEEP-SEA RESEARCH PART I-OCEANOGRAPHIC RESEARCH PAPERS
    11. Sondergaard, M; Borch, NH; Riemann, B
      Dynamics of biodegradable DOC produced by freshwater plankton communities

      AQUATIC MICROBIAL ECOLOGY
    12. Chen, F; Annan, JD
      The influence of different turbulence schemes on modelling primary production in a 1D coupled physical-biological model

      JOURNAL OF MARINE SYSTEMS
    13. Spokes, LJ; Yeatman, SG; Cornell, SE; Jickells, TD
      Nitrogen deposition to the eastern Atlantic Ocean. The importance of south-easterly flow

      TELLUS SERIES B-CHEMICAL AND PHYSICAL METEOROLOGY
    14. Gulin, SB
      Seasonal changes of Th-234 scavenging in surface water across the western Black Sea: an implication of the cyclonic circulation patterns

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL RADIOACTIVITY
    15. Yin, KD; Qian, PY; Chen, JC; Hsieh, DPH; Harrison, PJ
      Dynamics of nutrients and phytoplankton biomass in the Pearl River estuaryand adjacent waters of Hong Kong during summer: preliminary evidence for phosphorus and silicon limitation

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    16. Van Dolah, FM
      Marine algal toxins: Origins, health effects, and their increased occurrence

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    17. Mathot, S; Smith, WO; Carlson, CA; Garrison, DL; Gowing, MM; Vickers, CL
      Carbon partitioning within Phaeocystis antarctica (Prymnesiophyceae) colonies in the Ross Sea, Antarctica

      JOURNAL OF PHYCOLOGY
    18. Ducklow, H; Carlson, C; Smith, W
      Bacterial growth in experimental plankton assemblages and seawater cultures from the Phaeocystis antarctica bloom in the Ross Sea, Antarctica

      AQUATIC MICROBIAL ECOLOGY
    19. Thornton, DCO
      Phytoplankton mucilage production in coastal waters: a dispersal mechanismin a front dominated system?

      ETHOLOGY ECOLOGY & EVOLUTION
    20. Velikova, V; Moncheva, S; Petrova, D
      Phytoplankton dynamics and red tides (1987-1997) in the Bulgarian Black Sea

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    21. Wassmann, P; Ratkova, T; Andreassen, I; Vernet, M; Pedersen, C; Rey, F
      Spring bloom development in the marginal ice zone and the central Barents Sea

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PUBBLICAZIONI DELLA STAZIONE ZOOLOGICA DI NAPOLI I
    22. Tang, DL; Ni, IH; Kester, DR; Muller-Karger, FE
      Remote sensing observations of winter phytoplankton blooms southwest of the Luzon Strait in the South China Sea

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    23. Backhaus, JO; Wehde, H; Hegseth, EN; Kampf, J
      'Phyto-convection': the role of oceanic convection in primary production

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    24. Garces, E; Maso, M; Camp, J
      A recurrent and localized dinoflagellate bloom in Mediterranean beach

      JOURNAL OF PLANKTON RESEARCH
    25. Lewitus, AJ; Glasgow, HB; Burkholder, JM
      Kleptoplastidy in the toxic dinoflagellate Pfiesteria piscicida (Dinophyceae)

      JOURNAL OF PHYCOLOGY
    26. Hardege, JD
      Nereidid polychaetes as model organisms for marine chemical ecology

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    27. HARDEGE JD; MULLER CT; BECKMANN M; HARDEGE DB; BENTLEY MG
      TIMING OF REPRODUCTION IN MARINE POLYCHAETES - THE ROLE OF SEX-PHEROMONES

      Ecoscience
    28. LACROIX G; NIVAL P
      INFLUENCE OF METEOROLOGICAL VARIABILITY ON PRIMARY PRODUCTION DYNAMICS IN THE LIGURIAN SEA (NW MEDITERRANEAN SEA) WITH A 1D HYDRODYNAMIC BIOLOGICAL MODEL/

      Journal of marine systems
    29. Bathmann, UV
      Ecology and biogeochemistry in the Atlantic sector of the Southern Ocean during austral spring: the first JGOFS expedition aboard RV 'Polarstern'

      JOURNAL OF MARINE SYSTEMS
    30. Smith, RC; Baker, KS; Byers, ML; Stammerjohn, SE
      Primary productivity of the Palmer Long Term Ecological Research area and the Southern Ocean

      JOURNAL OF MARINE SYSTEMS
    31. SANDERS R; PURDIE DA
      BACTERIAL RESPONSE TO BLOOMS DOMINATED BY DIATOMS AND EMILIANIA-HUXLEYI IN NUTRIENT-ENRICHED MESOCOSMS

      Estuarine, coastal and shelf science
    32. MELLE W; SKJOLDAL HR
      REPRODUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT OF CALANUS-FINMARCHICUS, CALANUS-GLACIALIS AND CALANUS-HYPERBOREUS IN THE BARENTS SEA

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    33. METAXAS A; YOUNG CM
      RESPONSES OF ECHINOID LARVAE TO FOOD PATCHES OF DIFFERENT ALGAL DENSITIES

      Marine Biology
    34. KIORBOE T; TISELIUS P; MITCHELLINNES B; HANSEN JLS; VISSER AW; MARI X
      INTENSIVE AGGREGATE FORMATION WITH LOW VERTICAL FLUX DURING AN UPWELLING-INDUCED DIATOM BLOOM

      Limnology and oceanography
    35. BINGHAM BL
      LIGHT CYCLES AND GAMETOGENESIS IN 3 TEMPERATE ASCIDIAN SPECIES

      Invertebrate biology.
    36. VANFRANEKER JA; BATHMANN UV; MATHOT S
      CARBON FLUXES TO ANTARCTIC TOP PREDATORS

      Deep-sea research. Part 2. Topical studies in oceanography
    37. LISIN SE; HANNAN EE; KOCHEVAR RE; HARROLD C; BARRY JP
      TEMPORAL VARIATION IN GAMETOGENIC CYCLES OF VESICOMYID CLAMS

      INVERTEBRATE REPRODUCTION & DEVELOPMENT
    38. LEGOVIC T; JUSTIC D
      WHEN DO PHYTOPLANKTON BLOOMS CAUSE THE MOST INTENSE HYPOXIA IN THE NORTHERN ADRIATIC SEA

      Oceanologica acta
    39. ANDERSON DM
      BLOOM DYNAMICS OF TOXIC ALEXANDRIUM SPECIES IN THE NORTHEASTERN US

      Limnology and oceanography
    40. WASMUND N
      OCCURRENCE OF CYANOBACTERIAL BLOOMS IN THE BALTIC SEA IN RELATION TO ENVIRONMENTAL-CONDITIONS

      Internationale Revue der gesamten Hydrobiologie
    41. MARTIN D; PINEDO S; SARDA R
      GRAZING BY MEROPLANKTONIC POLYCHAETE LARVAE MAY HELP TO CONTROL NANOPLANKTON IN THE NW MEDITERRANEAN LITTORAL - IN-SITU EXPERIMENTAL-EVIDENCE

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    42. WHITEHOUSE MJ; PRIDDLE J; TRATHAN PN; BRANDON MA
      SUBSTANTIAL OPEN-OCEAN PHYTOPLANKTON BLOOMS TO THE NORTH OF SOUTH GEORGIA, SOUTH-ATLANTIC, DURING SUMMER 1994

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    43. POULIN E; FERAL JP
      WHY ARE THERE SO MANY SPECIES OF BROODING ANTARCTIC ECHINOIDS

      Evolution
    44. ANDERSON DM
      TOXIC RED TIDES AND HARMFUL ALGAL BLOOMS - A PRACTICAL CHALLENGE IN COASTAL OCEANOGRAPHY

      Reviews of geophysics
    45. DUCKLOW HW
      OCEAN BIOGEOCHEMICAL FLUXES - NEW PRODUCTION AND EXPORT OF ORGANIC-MATTER FROM THE UPPER OCEAN

      Reviews of geophysics
    46. FRONEMAN PW; PERISSINOTTO R; MCQUAID CD; LAUBSCHER RK
      SUMMER DISTRIBUTION OF NET PHYTOPLANKTON IN THE ATLANTIC SECTOR OF THE SOUTHERN-OCEAN

      Polar biology
    47. DURBIN EG; DURBIN AG; BEARDSLEY RC
      SPRINGTIME NUTRIENT AND CHLOROPHYLL-A CONCENTRATIONS IN THE SOUTHWESTERN GULF OF MAINE

      Continental shelf research
    48. BOERO F
      FLUCTUATIONS AND VARIATIONS IN COASTAL MARINE ENVIRONMENTS

      Marine ecology
    49. BUTLER M; DAM HG
      PRODUCTION-RATES AND CHARACTERISTICS OF FECAL PELLETS OF THE COPEPOD ACARTIA-TONSA UNDER SIMULATED PHYTOPLANKTON BLOOM CONDITIONS - IMPLICATIONS FOR VERTICAL FLUXES

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    50. WEHRTMANN IS
      LARVAL PRODUCTION OF THE CARIDEAN SHRIMP, CRANGON-SEPTEMSPINOSA, IN WATERS ADJACENT TO CHESAPEAKE BAY IN RELATION TO OCEANOGRAPHIC CONDITIONS

      Estuaries


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