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    1. Watson, RR; Dickson, KA
      Enzyme activities support the use of liver lipid-derived ketone bodies as aerobic fuels in muscle tissues of active sharks

      PHYSIOLOGICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL ZOOLOGY
    2. Sorensen, JC; Siegel, DA
      Variability of the effective quantum yield for carbon assimilation in the Sargasso Sea

      DEEP-SEA RESEARCH PART II-TOPICAL STUDIES IN OCEANOGRAPHY
    3. Alleman, LY; Church, TM; Veron, AJ; Kim, G; Hamelin, B; Flegal, AR
      Isotopic evidence of contaminant lead in the South Atlantic troposphere and surface waters

      DEEP-SEA RESEARCH PART II-TOPICAL STUDIES IN OCEANOGRAPHY
    4. Alleman, LY; Church, TM; Ganguli, P; Veron, AJ; Hamelin, B; Flegal, AR
      Role of oceanic circulation on contaminant lead distribution in the South Atlantic

      DEEP-SEA RESEARCH PART II-TOPICAL STUDIES IN OCEANOGRAPHY
    5. Carlson, RL
      The abundance of ultramafic rocks in Atlantic Ocean crust

      GEOPHYSICAL JOURNAL INTERNATIONAL
    6. Merson, RR; Pratt, HL
      Distribution, movements and growth of young sandbar sharks, Carcharhinus plumbeus, in the nursery grounds of Delaware Bay

      ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY OF FISHES
    7. Pratt, HL; Carrier, JC
      A review of elasmobranch reproductive behavior with a case study on the nurse shark, Ginglymostoma cirratum

      ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY OF FISHES
    8. Kohler, NE; Turner, PA
      Shark tagging: A review of conventional methods and studies

      ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY OF FISHES
    9. Sitnikova, TY; Shimaraev, MN
      Deep-water "dwarfs" and "giants" among endemic Baikal gastropods

      ZHURNAL OBSHCHEI BIOLOGII
    10. Duffy, C; Francis, MP
      Evidence of summer parturition in shortfin mako (Isurus oxyrinchus) sharksfrom New Zealand waters

      NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF MARINE AND FRESHWATER RESEARCH
    11. 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
    12. Luo, SD; Ku, TL; Wang, L; Southon, JR; Lund, SP; Schwartz, M
      Al-26, Be-10 and U-Th isotopes in Blake Outer Ridge sediments: implications for past changes in boundary scavenging

      EARTH AND PLANETARY SCIENCE LETTERS
    13. Martinez-Ruiz, F; Ortega-Huertas, M; Palomo, I
      Climate, tectonics and meteoritic impact expressed by clay mineral sedimentation across the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary at Blake Nose, Northwestern Atlantic

      CLAY MINERALS
    14. Wagner, HJ
      Brain areas in abyssal demersal fishes

      BRAIN BEHAVIOR AND EVOLUTION
    15. Watts, SF
      The mass budgets of carbonyl sulfide, dimethyl sulfide, carbon disulfide and hydrogen sulfide

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    16. Ganor, E; Foner, HA; Bingemer, HG; Udisti, R; Setter, I
      Biogenic sulphate generation in the Mediterranean Sea and its contributionto the sulphate anomaly in the aerosol over Israel and the Eastern Mediterranean

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    17. Alleman, LY; Hamelin, B; Veron, AJ; Miquel, JC; Heussner, S
      Lead sources and transfer in the coastal Mediterranean: evidence from stable lead isotopes in marine particles

      DEEP-SEA RESEARCH PART II-TOPICAL STUDIES IN OCEANOGRAPHY
    18. Lewis, BL; Luther, GW
      Processes controlling the distribution and cycling of manganese in the oxygen minimum zone of the Arabian Sea

      DEEP-SEA RESEARCH PART II-TOPICAL STUDIES IN OCEANOGRAPHY
    19. Anderson, LA; Robinson, AR; Lozano, CJ
      Physical and biological modeling in the Gulf Stream region: I. Data assimilation methodology

      DEEP-SEA RESEARCH PART I-OCEANOGRAPHIC RESEARCH PAPERS
    20. Russell, AD; Spero, HJ
      Field examination of the oceanic carbonate ion effect on stable isotopes in planktonic foraminifera

      PALEOCEANOGRAPHY
    21. Weiss, D; Boyle, EA; Chavagnac, V; Herwegh, M; Wu, JF
      Determination of lead isotope ratios in seawater by quadrupole inductivelycoupled plasma mass spectrometry after Mg(OH)(2) co-precipitation

      SPECTROCHIMICA ACTA PART B-ATOMIC SPECTROSCOPY
    22. Christensen, JP
      A relationship between deep-sea benthic oxygen demand and oceanic primary productivity

      OCEANOLOGICA ACTA
    23. Musick, JA; Burgess, G; Cailliet, G; Camhi, M; Fordham, S
      Management of sharks and their relatives (Elasmobranchii)

      FISHERIES
    24. Kim, G; Hussain, N; Church, TM
      Excess Po-210 in the coastal atmosphere

      TELLUS SERIES B-CHEMICAL AND PHYSICAL METEOROLOGY
    25. Simpfendorfer, CA
      Growth rates of juvenile dusky sharks, Carcharhinus obscurus (Lesueur, 1818), from southwestern Australia estimated from tag-recapture data

      FISHERY BULLETIN
    26. McBride, RS; McKown, KA
      Consequences of dispersal of subtropically spawned crevalle jacks, Caranx hippos, to temperate estuaries

      FISHERY BULLETIN
    27. Brewster-Geisz, KK; Miller, TJ
      Management of the sandbar shark, Carcharhinus plumbeus: implications of a stage-based model

      FISHERY BULLETIN
    28. Francis, MP; Stevens, JD
      Reproduction, embryonic development, and growth of the porbeagle shark, Lamna nasus, in the southwest Pacific Ocean

      FISHERY BULLETIN
    29. McCarthy, FMG; Gostlin, KE
      Correlating Pleistocene sequences across the New Jersey margin

      SEDIMENTARY GEOLOGY
    30. Clain, AJ; Rex, MA
      Size-depth patterns in two bathyal turrid gastropods: Benthomangelia antonia (Dall) and Oenopota ovalis (Friele)

      NAUTILUS
    31. Steding, DJ; Dunlap, CE; Flegal, AR
      New isotopic evidence for chronic lead contamination in the San Francisco Bay estuary system: Implications for the persistence of past industrial lead emissions in the biosphere

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    32. LaCasce, JH
      Floats and f/H

      JOURNAL OF MARINE RESEARCH
    33. Cooper, OR; Moody, JL
      Meteorological controls on ozone at an elevated eastern United States regional background monitoring site

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    34. Wunsch, C
      Where do ocean eddy heat fluxes matter?

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-OCEANS
    35. Shooter, D
      Sources and sinks of oceanic hydrogen sulfide - an overview

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    36. Sathyendranath, S; Stuart, V; Irwin, BD; Maass, H; Savidge, G; Gilpin, L; Platt, T
      Seasonal variations in bio-optical properties of phytoplankton in the Arabian Sea

      DEEP-SEA RESEARCH PART II-TOPICAL STUDIES IN OCEANOGRAPHY
    37. Baldwin, CT; McCave, IN
      Bioturbation in an active deep-sea area: Implications for models of trace fossil tiering

      PALAIOS
    38. Stevick, PT
      Age-length relationships in humpback whales: A comparison of strandings inthe western North Atlantic with commercial catches

      MARINE MAMMAL SCIENCE
    39. Cronin, TM; DeMartino, DM; Dwyer, GS; Rodriguez-Lazaro, J
      Deep-sea ostracode species diversity: response to late Quaternary climate change

      MARINE MICROPALEONTOLOGY
    40. Stukas, V; Wong, CS; Johnson, WK
      Sub-part per trillion levels of lead and isotopic profiles in a fjord, using an ultra-clean pumping system

      MARINE CHEMISTRY
    41. Westgate, AJ; Tolley, KA
      Geographical differences in organochlorine contaminants in harbour porpoises Phocoena phocoena from the western North Atlantic

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    42. Maranon, E; Holligan, PM
      Photosynthetic parameters of phytoplankton from 50 degrees N to 50 degreesS in the Atlantic Ocean

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    43. Mayer, H
      Calibration of the Early Cretaceous time scale by integration of magnetostratigraphy and cyclostratigraphy: Study of the Cismon Section (Southern Alps, Italy) and review

      NEUES JAHRBUCH FUR GEOLOGIE UND PALAONTOLOGIE-ABHANDLUNGEN
    44. Lynch-Stieglitz, J; Curry, WB; Slowey, N
      Weaker Gulf Stream in the Florida straits during the last glacial maximum

      NATURE
    45. Henderson, GM; Burton, KW
      Using (U-234/U-238) to assess diffusion rates of isotope tracers in ferromanganese crusts

      EARTH AND PLANETARY SCIENCE LETTERS
    46. von Blanckenburg, F; Igel, H
      Lateral mixing and advection of reactive isotope tracers in ocean basins: observations and mechanisms

      EARTH AND PLANETARY SCIENCE LETTERS
    47. CARLSON RL
      SEISMIC VELOCITIES IN THE UPPERMOST OCEANIC-CRUST - AGE-DEPENDENCE AND THE FATE OF LAYER 2A

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-SOLID EARTH
    48. SWIFT SA; LIZARRALDE D; STEPHEN RA; HOSKINS H
      SEISMIC ATTENUATION IN UPPER OCEAN CRUST AT HOLE 504B

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-SOLID EARTH
    49. Smith, SE; Au, DW; Show, C
      Intrinsic rebound potentials of 26 species of Pacific sharks

      MARINE AND FRESHWATER RESEARCH
    50. REX MA; ETTER RJ
      BATHYMETRIC PATTERNS OF BODY-SIZE - IMPLICATIONS FOR DEEP-SEA BIODIVERSITY

      Deep-sea research. Part 2. Topical studies in oceanography
    51. DICKEY T; FRYE D; JANNASCH H; BOYLE E; MANOV D; SIGURDSON D; MCNEIL J; STRAMSKA M; MICHAELS A; NELSON N; SIEGEL D; CHANG G; WU J; KNAP A
      INITIAL RESULTS FROM THE BERMUDA TESTBED MOORING PROGRAM

      Deep-sea research. Part 1. Oceanographic research papers
    52. Calder, DR
      Hydroid diversity and species composition along a gradient from shallow waters to deep sea around Bermuda

      DEEP-SEA RESEARCH PART I-OCEANOGRAPHIC RESEARCH PAPERS
    53. FLEISCHER P; BOWLES FA; RICHARDSON MD
      IDENTIFICATION OF POTENTIAL SITES FOR DEEP-OCEAN WASTE ISOLATION WITHA GEOGRAPHIC SITE-SELECTION MODEL

      Journal of marine systems
    54. GRUBER N
      ANTHROPOGENIC CO2 IN THE ATLANTIC-OCEAN

      Global biogeochemical cycles
    55. JOSEPH LH; REA DK; VANDERPLUIJM BA
      USE OF GRAIN-SIZE AND MAGNETIC FABRIC ANALYSES TO DISTINGUISH AMONG DEPOSITIONAL-ENVIRONMENTS

      Paleoceanography
    56. HASTINGS DW; RUSSELL AD; EMERSON SR
      FORAMINIFERAL MAGNESIUM IN GLOBERIGINOIDES SACCULIFER AS A PALEOTEMPERATURE PROXY

      Paleoceanography
    57. STATHAM PJ; YEATS PA; LANDING WM
      MANGANESE IN THE EASTERN ATLANTIC-OCEAN - PROCESSES INFLUENCING DEEP AND SURFACE-WATER DISTRIBUTIONS

      Marine chemistry
    58. SHILLER AM
      DISSOLVED GALLIUM IN THE ATLANTIC-OCEAN

      Marine chemistry
    59. Cortes, E
      Demographic analysis as an aid in shark stock assessment and management

      FISHERIES RESEARCH
    60. LIU KM; CHIANG PJ; CHEN CT
      AGE AND GROWTH-ESTIMATES OF THE BIGEYE THRESHER SHARK, ALOPIAS-SUPERCILIOSUS, IN NORTHEASTERN TAIWAN WATERS

      Fishery bulletin
    61. BREW DS; MAYER LA
      MODELING OF PLIOCENE-PLEISTOCENE ABYSSAL MUDWAVES USING SYNTHETIC SEISMOGRAMS

      Marine geology
    62. CHASE MR; ETTER RJ; REX MA; QUATTRO JM
      BATHYMETRIC PATTERNS OF GENETIC-VARIATION IN A DEEP-SEA PROTOBRANCH BIVALVE, DEMINUCULA-ATACELLANA

      Marine Biology
    63. HEUPEL MR; SIMPFENDORFER CA; BENNETT MB
      ANALYSIS OF TISSUE RESPONSES TO FIN TAGGING IN AUSTRALIAN CARCHARHINIDS

      Journal of Fish Biology
    64. WU JF; BOYLE EA
      DETERMINATION OF IRON IN SEAWATER BY HIGH-RESOLUTION ISOTOPE-DILUTIONINDUCTIVELY-COUPLED PLASMA-MASS SPECTROMETRY AFTER MG(OH)(2) COPRECIPITATION

      Analytica chimica acta
    65. Reiner, T; Mohler, O; Arnold, F
      Improved atmospheric trace gas measurements with an aircraft-based tandem mass spectrometer: Ion identification by mass-selected fragmentation studies

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    66. KORENAGA J; HOLBROOK WS; SINGH SC; MINSHULL TA
      NATURAL-GAS HYDRATES ON THE SOUTHEAST US MARGIN - CONSTRAINTS FROM FULL-WAVE-FORM AND TRAVEL-TIME INVERSIONS OF WIDE-ANGLE SEISMIC DATA

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-SOLID EARTH
    67. HELMIG D
      OZONE REMOVAL TECHNIQUES IN THE SAMPLING OF ATMOSPHERIC VOLATILE ORGANIC TRACE GASES

      Atmospheric environment
    68. PASSIER HF; LUTHER GW; DELANGE GJ
      EARLY DIAGENESIS AND SULFUR SPECIATION IN SEDIMENTS OF THE OMAN MARGIN, NORTHWESTERN ARABIAN SEA

      Deep-sea research. Part 2. Topical studies in oceanography
    69. JOHNSON KS; GORDON RM; COALE KH
      WHAT CONTROLS DISSOLVED IRON CONCENTRATIONS IN THE WORLD OCEAN - AUTHORS CLOSING COMMENTS

      Marine chemistry
    70. WESTGATE AJ; MUIR DCG; GASKIN DE; KINGSLEY MCS
      CONCENTRATIONS AND ACCUMULATION PATTERNS OF ORGANOCHLORINE CONTAMINANTS IN THE BLUBBER OF HARBOR PORPOISES, PHOCOENA-PHOCOENA, FROM THE COAST OF NEWFOUNDLAND, THE GULF-OF-ST-LAWRENCE AND THE BAY-OF-FUNDY GULF-OF-MAINE

      Environmental pollution
    71. ELLIOTT S; SHEN M; BLAKE DR; LU R; RUSSELL AG; KAO CYJ; STREIT GE; ZHAO XP; MCCREARY EI; ROWLAND FS; BROWN MJ; TURCO RP
      ATMOSPHERIC EFFECTS OF THE EMERGING MAINLAND CHINESE TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM AT AND BEYOND THE REGIONAL-SCALE

      Journal of atmospheric chemistry
    72. BONFIL R
      STATUS OF SHARK RESOURCES IN THE SOUTHERN GULF-OF-MEXICO AND CARIBBEAN - IMPLICATIONS FOR MANAGEMENT

      Fisheries research
    73. SHILLER AM
      MANGANESE IN SURFACE WATERS OF THE ATLANTIC-OCEAN

      Geophysical research letters
    74. WUNSCH C
      THE VERTICAL PARTITION OF OCEANIC HORIZONTAL KINETIC-ENERGY

      Journal of physical oceanography
    75. HEUPEL MR; BENNETT MB
      HISTOLOGY OF DART TAG INSERTION SITES IN THE EPAULETTE SHARK

      Journal of Fish Biology
    76. SULAK KJ; SHCHERBACHEV YN
      ZOOGEOGRAPHY AND SYSTEMATICS OF 6 DEEP-LIVING GENERA OF SYNAPHOBRANCHID EELS, WITH A KEY TO TAXA AND DESCRIPTION OF 2 NEW SPECIES OF ILYOPHIS

      Bulletin of marine science
    77. GUNSON JR; MALANOTTERIZZOLI P
      ASSIMILATION STUDIES OF OPEN-OCEAN FLOWS .1. ESTIMATION OF INITIAL AND BOUNDARY-CONDITIONS

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-OCEANS
    78. BABIN M; MOREL A; CLAUSTRE H; BRICAUD A; KOLBER Z; FALKOWSKI PG
      NITROGEN-DEPENDENT AND IRRADIANCE-DEPENDENT VARIATIONS OF THE MAXIMUMQUANTUM YIELD OF CARBON FIXATION IN EUTROPHIC, MESOTROPHIC AND OLIGOTROPHIC MARINE SYSTEMS

      Deep-sea research. Part 1. Oceanographic research papers
    79. RATHBURN AE; CORLISS BH; TAPPA KD; LOHMANN KC
      COMPARISONS OF THE ECOLOGY AND STABLE ISOTOPIC COMPOSITIONS OF LIVING(STAINED) BENTHIC FORAMINIFERA FROM THE SULU AND SOUTH CHINA SEAS

      Deep-sea research. Part 1. Oceanographic research papers
    80. SMALE MJ
      CEPHALOPODS AS PREY .4. FISHES

      Philosophical transactions-Royal Society of London. Biological sciences
    81. COLOMBO JC; SILVERBERG N; GEARING JN
      BIOGEOCHEMISTRY OF ORGANIC-MATTER IN THE LAURENTIAN TROUGH .2. BULK COMPOSITION OF THE SEDIMENTS AND RELATIVE REACTIVITY OF MAJOR COMPONENTS DURING EARLY DIAGENESIS

      Marine chemistry
    82. SOSIK HM
      BIOOPTICAL MODELING OF PRIMARY PRODUCTION - CONSEQUENCES OF VARIABILITY IN QUANTUM YIELD AND SPECIFIC ABSORPTION

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    83. SATHYENDRANATH S; PLATT T; STUART V; IRWIN BD; VELDHUIS MJW; KRAAY GW; HARRISON WG
      SOME BIOOPTICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF PHYTOPLANKTON IN THE NW INDIAN-OCEAN

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    84. MAX MD; LOWRIE A
      OCEANIC METHANE HYDRATES - A FRONTIER GAS RESOURCE

      Journal of petroleum geology
    85. SILVA KA; CORLISS BH; RATHBURN AE; THUNELL RC
      SEASONALITY OF LIVING BENTHIC FORAMINIFERA FROM THE SAN-PEDRO BASIN, CALIFORNIA BORDERLAND

      Journal of foraminiferal research
    86. BALSAM WL; DEATON BC
      DETERMINING THE COMPOSITION OF LATE QUATERNARY MARINE-SEDIMENTS FROM NUV, VIS, AND NIR DIFFUSE-REFLECTANCE SPECTRA

      Marine geology
    87. DRISCOLL NW; LAINE EP
      ABYSSAL CURRENT INFLUENCE ON THE SOUTHWEST BERMUDA RISE AND SURROUNDING REGION

      Marine geology
    88. NAGIHARA S; LISTER CRB; SCLATER JG
      REHEATING OF OLD OCEANIC LITHOSPHERE - DEDUCTIONS FROM OBSERVATIONS

      Earth and planetary science letters
    89. HUANG SL; ARIMOTO R; RAHN KA
      CHANGES IN ATMOSPHERIC LEAD AND OTHER POLLUTION ELEMENTS AT BERMUDA

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    90. DOUGHERTY ME; VINCENT RJ; SWIFT SA; STEPHEN RA
      ANISOTROPIC SEISMIC SCATTERING IN OLD ATLANTIC CRUST

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-SOLID EARTH
    91. HENSTOCK TJ; WHITE RS; MCBRIDE JH
      THE OCEAN STUDY AREA - TECTONIC HISTORY FROM MAGNETIC ANOMALY DATA AND SEISMIC REFLECTIVITY

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-SOLID EARTH
    92. WELLER RA; RUDNICK DL; BRINK NJ
      METEOROLOGICAL VARIABILITY AND AIR-SEA FLUXES AT A CLOSELY SPACED ARRAY OF SURFACE MOORINGS

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-OCEANS
    93. KEIGWIN LD; JONES GA
      THE MARINE RECORD OF DEGLACIATION FROM THE CONTINENTAL-MARGIN OFF NOVA-SCOTIA

      Paleoceanography
    94. MEASURES CI
      THE DISTRIBUTION OF AL IN THE IOC STATIONS OF THE EASTERN ATLANTIC BETWEEN 30-DEGREES-S AND 34-DEGREES-N

      Marine chemistry
    95. JICKELLS T
      ATMOSPHERIC INPUTS OF METALS AND NUTRIENTS TO THE OCEANS - THEIR MAGNITUDE AND EFFECTS

      Marine chemistry
    96. BREW DS
      MUD WAVES AT DEEP-SEA DRILLING PROJECT SITE-603, US ATLANTIC LOWER CONTINENTAL RISE

      Geo-marine letters
    97. NISBET ICT; MCNAIR DB; POST W; WILLIAMS TC
      TRANSOCEANIC MIGRATION OF THE BLACKPOLL WARBLER - SUMMARY OF SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE AND RESPONSE TO CRITICISMS

      Journal of field ornithology
    98. LOUBERE P; MEYERS P; GARY A
      BENTHIC FORAMINIFERAL MICROHABITAT SELECTION, CARBON-ISOTOPE VALUES, AND ASSOCIATION WITH LARGER ANIMALS - A TEST WITH UVIGERINA-PEREGRINA

      Journal of foraminiferal research
    99. CHAMBERS RC; ROSE KA; TYLER JA
      RECRUITMENT AND RECRUITMENT PROCESSES OF WINTER FLOUNDER, PLEURONECTES-AMERICANUS, AT DIFFERENT LATITUDES - IMPLICATIONS OF AN INDIVIDUAL-BASED SIMULATION-MODEL

      Netherlands journal of sea research
    100. SMINKEY TR; MUSICK JA
      AGE AND GROWTH OF THE SANDBAR SHARK, CARCHARHINUS-PLUMBEUS, BEFORE AND AFTER POPULATION DEPLETION

      Copeia


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