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Publisher: University of Miami - Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science

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Volume 35, Number 3, November 1984
Symposium on Detritus Dynamics in Aquatic Ecosystems

Free Content Detritus Dynamics in Aquatic Ecosystems: An Overview
pp. 257-260(4)
Authors: Roman, Michael R.; Tenore, Kenneth R.

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Free Content Importance of Chemical Composition of Salt Marsh Litter on Decay Rates and Feeding by Detritivores
pp. 261-269(9)
Authors: Valiela, Ivan; Wilson, John; Buchsbaum, Robert; Rietsma, Carol; Bryant, Donald; Foreman, Kenneth; Teal, John

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Free Content What is the Role of Particulate Organic Matter in Benthic Invertebrate Nutrition?
pp. 270-282(13)
Authors: Levinton, Jeffrey S.; Bianchi, Thomas S.; Stewart, Steven

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Free Content Changes in Composition and Nutritional Value to a Benthic Deposit Feeder of Decomposing Detritus Pools
pp. 299-311(13)
Authors: Tenore, Kenneth R.; Hanson, Roger B.; McClain, James; Maccubbin, Alexander E.; Hodson, Robert E.

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Free Content Trophic vs. Detrital Energetics: Is Detritus Productive?
pp. 312-317(6)
Author: Rich, Peter H.

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Free Content Factors Controlling Mass Loss and Nitrogen Dynamics of Plant Litter Decaying in Northern Streams
pp. 341-356(16)
Authors: Melillo, J. M.; Naiman, R. J.; Aber, J. D.; Linkins, A. E.

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Free Content Response of a Detrital Foodweb to Eutrophication
pp. 357-363(7)
Authors: Hobbie, J. E.; Cole, J. J.

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Free Content Estimates of Bacterial Growth Yields Based on Plant Detritus
pp. 409-425(17)
Authors: Linley, E. A. S.; Newell, R. C.

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Free Content Microbiology and Chemistry of Fecal Products of Pelagic Tunicates: Rates and Fates
pp. 426-439(14)
Authors: Pomeroy, L. R.; Hanson, R. B.; McGillivary, P. A.; Sherr, B. F.; Kirchman, D.; Deibel, D.

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Free Content Conceptual Role for Microaggregates in Pelagic Waters
pp. 462-476(15)
Author: Goldman, Joel C.

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Free Content Seasonal Dynamics of Detritus in the Benthic Turbidity Zone (BTZ); Implications for Bottom-Rack Molluscan Mariculture
pp. 536-549(14)
Authors: Rhoads, Donald C.; Boyer, Larry F.; Welsh, Barbara L.; Hampson, George R.

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Free Content Accumulation of Sediment Organic Matter in a Hardwater Lake with Reference to Lake Ontogeny
pp. 576-586(11)
Authors: Godshalk, Gordon L.; Wetzel, Robert G.

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Free Content Editorial News and Notes
pp. 615-615(1)

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