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The Journal of Marine Research, one of the oldest journals in American marine science, 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. Biological studies involving coupling between ecological and physical processes are preferred over those that report systematics. The editors strive always to serve authors and readers in the academic oceanographic community by publishing papers vital to the marine research in the long and rich tradition of the Sears Foundation for Marine Research. We welcome you to the Journal of Marine Research.

Publisher: Sears Foundation for Marine Research

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Volume 77, Supplement 1, December 2019
The Sea: The Current and Future Ocean

Content loaded within last 14 days Advancing science from plankton to whales—Celebrating the contributions of James J. McCarthy
pp. 1-8(8)
Authors: Glibert, Patricia M.; Altabet, Mark A.; Montoya, Joseph P.; McGillicuddy, Dennis J.

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Content loaded within last 14 days Hats off to you, Jim!
pp. 17-21(5)
Author: Boicourt, Bill

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Content loaded within last 14 days The microbial loop concept: A history, 1930–1974
pp. 23-81(59)
Authors: Williams, Peter J. le B.; Ducklow, Hugh W.

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Content loaded within last 14 days Urea uptake and urease activity in the Chesapeake Bay
pp. 139-168(30)
Author: Solomon, Caroline M.

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Content loaded within last 14 days N-loss stoichiometry in a Peru ODZ eddy
pp. 169-189(21)
Authors: Altabet, Mark A.; Bourbonnais, Annie

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Content loaded within last 14 days Amazon River influence on nitrogen fixation in the western tropical North Atlantic
pp. 191-213(23)
Authors: Montoya, Joseph P.; Landrum, Jason P.; Weber, Sarah C.

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Content loaded within last 14 days The ecological and biogeochemical state of the North Pacific Subtropical Gyre is linked to sea surface height
pp. 215-245(31)
Authors: Barone, Benedetto; Coenen, Ashley R.; Beckett, Stephen J.; McGillicuddy, Dennis J.; Weitz, Joshua S.; Karl, David M.

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