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The Journal of Marine Research publishes peer-reviewed research articles covering a broad array of topics in physical, biological and chemical oceanography. Articles that deal with processes, as well as those that report significant observations, are welcome. In the area of biology, studies involving coupling between ecological and physical processes are preferred over those that report systematics. Authors benefit from thorough reviews of their manuscripts, where an attempt is made to maximize clarity. The time between submission and publication is kept to a minimum; there is no page charge.

Publisher: Sears Foundation for Marine Research

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Volume 66, Number 2, March 2008

Free Content Measuring turbulent large-eddy structures with an ADCP. 1. Vertical velocity variance
pp. 157-189(33)
Authors: Gargett, A. E.; Tejada-Martínez, A. E.; Grosch, C. E.

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Free Content Modeling effects of patchiness and biological variability on transport rates within bioturbated sediments
pp. 191-218(28)
Authors: Delmotte, Sebastien; Gerino, Magali; Thebault, Jean Marc; Meysman, Filip J. R.

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Free Content Worms as wedges: Effects of sediment mechanics on burrowing behavior
pp. 219-254(36)
Authors: Dorgan, Kelly M.; Arwade, Sanjay R.; Jumars, Peter A.

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Free Content Porewater advection by hydraulic activities of lugworms, Arenicola marina: A field, laboratory and modeling study
pp. 255-273(19)
Authors: Wethey, David S.; Woodin, Sarah A.; Volkenborn, Nils; Reise, Karsten

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Free Content Larval settlement in flocculated particulates
pp. 275-297(23)
Authors: Zimmer, Cheryl Ann; Starczak, Victoria R.; Arch, Victoria S.; Zimmer, Richard K.

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