Contributions of the University of Georgia Marine Institute, 1953-1999 (listed alphabetically)

I noticed a goof here and there when I went through these, putting in line breaks, and I haven't used italic- or bold-tags to improve readability. I'll try to clean these up bit by bit. I felt it was better to get them on the Web as-is than to have them only available through our librarian (lcammon@uga.edu). Both individual reprints and whole volumes can be requested. You can probably use your browser's Search function to look through the list for items of interest.

824 In Press. University of Georgia Intern Abstracts, 1996-1998.

545 Alberts, J. J., J. E. Pinder, et al. 1986. The effects of pH, solid phase, particle concentration and equilibration time on the partition coefficient of curium on natural sediments. The effects of pH, solid phase, particle concentration and equilibration time on the partition coefficient of curium on natural sediments. In: Application of Distribution Coefficients to Radiological Assessment Models, T. H. Sibley and C. Myttenaere (eds.), Elsevier Applied Sci. Pubs., London, pp.72-82

556 Alberts, J. J., J. E. Pinder, et al. 1986. 239, 240Pu, 241Am and 232Th in lakes: The effects of seasonal anoxia. Journal of Environmental Radioactivity. 4:167-176.

566 Alberts, J. J., J. E. Halverson, et al. 1986. The distribution of plutonium, americium and curium isotopes in pond and stream sediment of the Savannah River plant, South Carolina, USA. Journal of Environmental Radioactivity. 3:249-271.

587 Alberts, J. J., S. Y. Newell, et al. 1987. Translocation and physiological state of controlling mechanisms for Al, As, Cu, Mn, and Sn in salt marsh cordgrass. In: Proceedings of International Conference on Heavy Metals in the Environment, Sept. 15-18, 1987, New Orleans, La., New Orleans, pp.396-398

589 Alberts, J. J., M. F. Weber, et al. 1988. The effect of pH and contact time on the concentration of As(III) and As(V) in coal ash systems. Environmental Technology Letters. 9:63-70.

592 Alberts, J. J., J. W. Bowling, et al. 1988. Dissolved carbohydrate distribution and dynamics in two southeastern United States reservoirs. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 45:325-332.

593 Alberts, J. J., J. W. Bowling, et al. 1988. Seasonal dynamics of physical and chemical properties of a warm monomictic reservoir. Verhandlungen Internationale Vereinigung Limnololgie. 23:176-180.

605 Alberts, J. J., Z. Filip, et al. 1988. Elemental composition, stable carbon isotope ratios and spectrophotometric properties of humic substances occurring in a salt marsh estuary. Organic Geochemistry. 12:455-467.

610 Alberts, J. J., M. A. Wahlgren, et al. 1989. The distributions of 239, 240Pu, 241Am, and 137Cs among chemically-defined components of sediments, settling particulates and net plankton of Lake Michigan. Journal of Environmental Radioactivity. 9:89-103.

620 Alberts, J. J. and Z. Filip. 1989. Sources and characteristics of fulvic and humic acids from a salt marsh estuary. Science of the Total Environment. 81/82:353-361.

630 Alberts, J. J., Z. Filip, et al. 1989. Interaction of estuarine organic matter with copper and benzo(a)pyrene. Marine Chemistry. 28:77-87.

637 Alberts, J. J., M. T. Price, et al. 1990. Metal concentrations in tissues of Spartina alterniflora (Loisel.) and sediments of Georgia salt marshes. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. 30:47-58.

638 Alberts, J. J., J. R. Ertell, et al. 1990. Characterization of organic matter in rivers of the southeastern United States. Verhandlungen Internationale Vereinigung Limnologie. 24:260-262.

674 Alberts, J. J., M. T. Price, et al. 1991. Lignin oxidation product and carbohydrate composition of plant tissues from the South-eastern United States. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. 33:213-222.

639 Alberts, J. J., P. G. Hatcher, et al. 1991. Carbon-13 nuclear magnetic resonance analysis, lignin content and carbohydrate composition of humic substances from salt marsh estuaries. Lecture Notes in Earth Science. 33:195-203.

686 Alberts, J. J., Z. Filip, et al. 1992. CuO-oxidation products, acid hydrolyzable monosaccharides and amino acids of the humic substances occurring in a salt marsh estuary. Organic Geochemistry. 18:171-180.

707 Alberts, J. J., Z. Filip, et al. 1992. Fulvic and humic acids isolated from groundwater: compositional characteristics and cation binding. Journal Contaminant Hydrology. 11:317-330.

712 Alberts, J. J. and Z. Filip. 1994. Effect of organic solvent pre-extraction of source substrates on elemental composition, Fourier Transform Infrared spectra and copper binding in estuarine humic and fulvic acids. Effect of organic solvent pre-extraction of source substrates on elemental composition, Fourier Transform Infrared spectra and copper binding in estuarine humic and fulvic acids. In: Humic Substances in the Global Environmental and Implications on Human Health, N. Senesi and T. M. Miano (eds.), Elsevier Science B.V., pp.781-790

751 Alberts, J. J. and Z. Filip. 1994. Humic substances in rivers and estuaries of Georgia, USA. Trends in Chemical Geology. 1:143-162.

750 Alberts, J. J. and C. Griffin. 1996. Formation of particulate organic carbon (POC) from dissolved organic carbon (DOC) in salt marsh estuaries of the Southeastern United States. Archiv fur Hydrobiologie Special Issues Advances in Limnology. 47:401-409.

788 Alberts, J. J., Z. Filip, et al. 1997. Interaction of light with estuarine fulvic and humic acids. In: The Role of Humic Substances in the Ecosystems and in Environmental Protection, S. S. G. J. Drozd, N. Senesi, J. Weber (ed.). In: Proceedings of the 8th Meeting of the International Humic Substances Society, Wroclaw, Poland, The Polish Society of Humic Substances, September 9-14, 1996, pp.539-544

813 Alberts, J. J. and Z. Filip. 1998. Metal binding in estuarine humic and fulvic acids: FTIR analysis of humic acid-metal complexes. Environmental Technology. 19:923-931.

819 Alberts, J. J., D. O. Andersen, et al. 1998. Effect of lime additions to lake water on natural organic matter (NOM) in Lake Terjevann, SE NorwayL: FTIR and fluorescence spectral changes. Effect of lime additions to lake water on natural organic matter (NOM) in Lake Terjevann, SE NorwayL: FTIR and fluorescence spectral changes. In: Humic Substances: Structures, Properties and Uses, a. E. A. G. G. Davies (ed.), Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, UK, pp.123-131

803 Alberts, J. J. and M. Takcs. In Press. Importance of humic substances for carbon and nitrogen transport into southeastern United States estuaries.

820 Alberts, J. J. and M. Takcs. In Press. Characterization of natural organic matter (NOM) from eight Norwegian surface waters: The effect of ash on molecular size distributions and CHN content. Environmental International.

580 Albright, L. J., E. B. Sherr, et al. 1987. Grazing of ciliated protozoa on free and particle-attached bacteria. Marine Ecology-Progress Series. 38:125-129.

812 Andersen, D., J. J. Alberts, et al. In Press. Effects of Lake Water Liming on Natural Organic Matter (NOM) in Lake Terjevann, SE Norway.

236* Anderson, J. M. and M. J. Cormier. 1973. Lumisomes: the cellular sight of bioluminescence in coelenterates. Journal of Biological Chemistry. 248:2937-2943.

278 Anderson, J. M., H. Charbonneau, et al. 1974. Mechanism of calcium induction of Renilla bioluminescence involvement of a calcium-triggered luciferin binding protein. Biochemistry. 13:1195-1199.

297 Anderson, J. M. and M. J. Cormier. 1976. Transductive coupling in bioluminescence: Effects of monovalent cations and ionophores on the calcium-triggered luminescence of Renilla lumisomes. Biochemical and Biophysical Reseaech Communications. 68:1234-1241.

367 Anderson, J. M., K. Hori, et al. 1978. A bioluminescence assay for PAP (3',5'-diphosphoadenosine) and PAPS (3'- phosphoadenylyl sulfate). A bioluminescence assay for PAP (3',5'-diphosphoadenosine) and PAPS (3'- phosphoadenylyl sulfate). In: Methods in Enzymology, Vol. 57, M. A. DeLuca (ed.), Academic Press, Inc., New York, pp.244-257

368 Anderson, J. M., G. J. Faini, et al. 1978. Construction of instrumentation for bioluminescence and chemiluminescence assays. Construction of instrumentation for bioluminescence and chemiluminescence assays. In: Methods in Enzymology, M. A. DeLuca (ed.), Academic Press, Inc., New York, Volume 57, pp.529-540

391 Antlfinger, A. E. and E. L. Dunn. 1979. Seasonal patterns of CO2 and water vapor exchange of three salt marsh succulents. Oecologia. 43:249-260.

486 Antlfinger, A. E. and E. L. Dunn. 1983. Water use and salt balance in three salt marsh succulents. American Journal of Botany. 70:561-567.

86 Antoine, J. W. and V. J. Henry, Jr. 1965. Seismic refraction study of shallow part of continental shelf off Georgia coast. Bulletin of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists. 49:601-604.

612 Arsuffi, T. L. and K. Suberkropp. 1988. Effects of fungal mycelia and enzymatically degraded leaves on feeding and performance of caddisfly (Trichoptera) larvae. Journal of the North American Benthological Society. 7:205-211.

602 Arsuffi, T. L. and K. Suberkropp. 1989. Selective feeding by shredders on leaf-colonizing stream fungi: comparison of macroinvertebrate taxa. Oecologia. 79:30-37.

124 Ashworth, R. B. and M. J. Cormier. 1967. Isolation of 2,6-dibromophenol from the marine hemichordate, Balanoglossus biminiensis. Science. 155:1558-1559.

813a Bacic, M. K., S. Y. Newell, et al. 1998. Release of dimethylsulfide from dimethylsulfoniopropionate by plant-associated salt marsh fungi. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 64(4):1484-1489.

773 Bacic, M. K., S. Y. Newell, et al. 1998. Release of dimethylsulfide from dimethylsulfoniopropionate by plant-associated salt marsh fungi. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 64(4):1484-1489.

614 Baerlocher, F., T. L. Arsuffi, et al. 1989. Digestive enzymes in the salt marsh periwinkle Littorina irrorata (Gastropoda). Oecologia. 80:39-43.

635 Baerlocher, F., S. Y. Newell, et al. 1989. Digestion of Spartina alterniflora material with and without fungal constituents by the periwinkle Littorina irrorata (Mollusca: Gastropoda). Journal Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 130:45-53.

314 Balderston, W. L., B. Sherr, et al. 1976. Blockage by acetylene of nitrous oxide reduction in Pseudomonas perfectomarinus. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 31:504-508.

289 Bancroft, K., E. A. Paul, et al. 1976. The extraction and measurement of adenosine triphosphate from marine sediments. Limnology and Oceanography. 21:473-480.

728 Barlocher, F. and S. Y. Newell. 1994. Growth of the saltmarsh periwinkle Littoraria irrorata on fungal and cordgrass diets. Marine Biology. 118:109-114.

737 Barlocher, F. and S. Y. Newell. 1994. Phenolics and Proteins affecting Palatability of Spartina Leaves to the Gastropod Littoraria irrorata. Marine Ecology. 15:65-75.

326 Basan, P. B. and R. W. Frey. 1977. Actual-palaeontology and neoichnology of salt marshes near Sapelo Island, Georgia. Actual-palaeontology and neoichnology of salt marshes near Sapelo Island, Georgia. In: Trace Fossils II, T. P. Crimes and J. C. Harper (eds.), Geological Journal, Special Issue 9, pp.41-70

352* Basan, P. B., C. K. Chamberlain, et al. 1978. Sedimentology and trace fossils. Sedimentology and trace fossils. In: Trace Fossil Concept, P. B. Basan (ed.), SEOM Short Course No. 5, pp.13-47

374 Basan, P. B. 1979. Classification of low marsh habitat in a Georgia salt marsh. Georgia Journal of Science. 37:139-154.

444 Basan, P. B. and R. W. Frey. 1982. Size reduction with deliccation of modern internal molds of the mussel Geukensia demissa. Journal of Paleontology. 56:970-972.

502 Benner, R., A. E. Maccubbin, et al. 1984. Preparation, characterization, and microbial degradation of specifically radiolabeled (14C) lignocelluloses from marine and freshwater macrophytes. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 47:381-389.

505 Benner, R., A. E. Maccubbin, et al. 1984. Anaerobic biodegradation of the lignin and polysaccharide components of lignocellulose and synthetic lignin by sediment microflora. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 47:998-1004.

513 Benner, R., S. Y. Newell, et al. 1984. Relative contributions of bacteria and fungi to rates of degradation of lignocellulosic detritus in salt-marsh sediments. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 48:36-40.

527 Benner, R., M. A. Moran, et al. 1985. Effects of pH and plant source on lignocellulose biodegradation rates in two wetland ecosystems, the Okefenokee Swamp and a Georgia salt marsh. Limnology and Oceanography. 30:489-499.

536 Benner, R., M. A. Moran, et al. 1986. Biogeochemical cycling of lignocellulosic carbon in marine and freshwater ecosystems: relative contributions of procaryotes and eucaryotes. Limnology and Oceanography. 31:89-100.

550 Benner, R., A. E. Maccubbin, et al. 1986. Temporal relationship between the deposition and microbial degradation of lignocellulosic detritus in a Georgia salt marsh and the Okefenokee Swamp. Microbial Ecology. 12:291-298.

594 Benner, R., M. L. Fogel, et al. 1987. Depletion of 13C in lignin and its implications for stable carbon isotope studies. Nature. 329:708-710.

717 Benner, R., M. L. Fogel, et al. 1991. Diagenesis of belowground biomass of Spartina alterniflora in salt-marsh sediments. Limnology and Oceanography. 36:1358-1374.

736 Benson, W. H., J. J. Alberts, et al. 1994. Synopsis of discussion session on the bioavailability of organic contaminants. Synopsis of discussion session on the bioavailability of organic contaminants. In: Bioavailability : Physical, Chemical, and Biological Interactions, J. L. Hamelink, P. F. Landrum, H. L. Bergman and W. H. Benson (eds.), SETAC Special Publications Series, T. W. La Point, B.T. Walton and C.H. Ward, Lewis Publishers, CRC Press, Inc., Boca Raton, Florida, Proceedings of the Thirteenth Pellston Workshop, Pellston, Michigan, August 17-22, 1992, pp.63-71

693 Bergbauer, M. and S. Y. Newell. 1992. Contribution to lignocellulose degradation and DOC formation from a salt marsh macrophyte by the ascomycete Phaeosphaeria spartinicola. FEMS Microbiol Ecology. 86:341-348.

427 Berman, T. B. 1983. Phosphorous uptake by microplankton in estuarine and coastal shelf water near Sapelo Island, Georgia, U.S.A. Estuaries. 6:160-166.

482 Berman, T., W. W. J., et al. 1983. Effects of organic substrate additions on size partitioning of heterotrophic activity in estuarine and nearshore bacteria. Effects of organic substrate additions on size partitioning of heterotrophic activity in estuarine and nearshore bacteria. In: Developments in Ecology and Environmental Quality, H. Shuval (ed.), Balaban Int. Sci. Serv. Rehovot,, Philadelphia, pp.367-375

715 Berresheim, H. 1993. Distribution of atmospheric sulphur species over various wetland regions in the southeastern U.S.A. Atmospheric Environment. 27a:211-221.

395 Bohlool, B. B. and W. J. Wiebe. 1978. Nitrogen-fixing communities in an intertidal ecosystem. Canadian Journal of Microbiology. 24:932-938.

636 Bradley, P. and E. L. Dunn. 1989. Effects of sulfide on the growth of three salt marsh halophytes of the southeastern United States. American Journal of Botany. 76:1707-1713.

3 Burkholder, P. R. 1956. Studies on the nutritive value of Spartina grass growing in the marsh areas of coastal Georgia. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club. 83:327-334.

4 Burkholder, P. R. and L. M. Burkholder. 1956. Vitamin B12 in suspended solids and marsh muds collected along the coast of Georgia. Limnology and Oceanography. 1:202-208.

7A Burkholder, P. R. and G. H. Bornside. 1957. Decomposition of marsh grass by aerobic marine bacteria. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club. 84:366-383.

199 Byrd, E. E. and R. W. Heard, III. 1970. Two new kidney flukes of the genus Renicola, Cohn, 1904, from the clapper rail, Rallus longirostris sub. spp. Journal of Parasitology. 56:493-497.

801 Callaway, R. M. and S. C. Pennings. 1998. Impact of a parasitic plant on the zonation of two salt marsh perennials. Oecologia. 114:100-105.

827 Carefoot, T. H., Krantz, et al. In Press. Mycospoire-like amino acids....

648 Carlough, L. A. and J. L. Meyer. 1990. Rates of protozoan bacterivory in three habitats of a southeastern blackwater river. Journal of the North American Benthological Society. 9:45-53.

670 Carlough, L. and J. L. Meyer. 1991. Bacterivory by sestonic protists in a southeastern blackwater river. Limnology and Oceanography. 36:873-883.

671 Carlough, L. 1994. Origins, structure, and trophic significance of amorphous seston in a blackwater river. Freshwater Biology. 31:227-237.

316* Chalmers, A. G., E. B. Haines, et al. 1976. Capacity of a Spartina salt marsh to assimilate nitrogen from secondarily treated sewage. Environmental Resources Center Tech. Report ERC 0776, Ga. Inst. Technology, Atlanta, Ga. 88p.

362 Chalmers, A. G. 1979. The effects of fertilization on nitrogen distribution in a Spartina alterniflora salt marsh. Estuarine and Coastal Marine Science. 8:327-337.

449 Chalmers, A. G. 1982. Soil dynamics and productivity of Spartina alterniflora. Soil dynamics and productivity of Spartina alterniflora. In: Estuarine Comparisons, V. S. Kennedy (ed.), Academic Press, New York, pp.231-242

461 Chalmers, A. G. and R. R. Christian. 1982. Residual effects of scientific manipulation: a salt marsh revisited. Georgia Journal of Science. 40:85-90.

520 Chalmers, A. G., R. G. Wiegert, et al. 1985. Carbon balance in a salt marsh: interactions of diffusive export, tidal deposition and rainfall-caused erosion. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. 21:757-771.

621 Chalmers, A. G. 1988. Experimental manipulations of drainage in a Georgia salt marsh: Lessons learned. Oceans. 1988:1-4.

211 Chapman, R. L. 1971. The macroscopic marine algae of Sapelo Island and other sites on the Georgia coast. Bulletin of the Georgia Academy of Science. 29:77-89.

265 Chapman, R. L. 1973. An addition to the macroscopic marine algal flora of Georgia:the genus Cladophora. Bulletin of the Georgia Academy of Science. 31:147-150.

376 Charbonneau, H. and M. J. Cormier. 1979. Ca2+-induced bioluminescence in Renilla reniformis. Purification and characterization of a calcium-triggered luciferin-binding protein. Journal of Biological Chemistry. 254:769-780.

538 Chernow, R. M., R. W. Frey, et al. 1986. Biogenic effects on development of magnetic fabrics in coastal Georgia sediments. Journal of Sedimentary Petrology. 56:160-172.

287 Christian, R., K. Bancroft, et al. 1975. Distribution of microbial adenosine triphosphate in salt marsh sediments at Sapelo Island, Georgia. Soil Science. 119-:89-97.

296 Christian, R. R. and J. R. Hall. 1976. Experimental trends in sediment microbial heterotrophy: Radioisotopic techniques and analysis. Experimental trends in sediment microbial heterotrophy: Radioisotopic techniques and analysis. In: Ecology of Marine Benthos, B. Coull (ed.), University of South Carolina Press, Columbia, S. C., pp.67-87

353 Christian, R. R. and W. J. Wiebe. 1978. Anaerobic microbial community metabolism in Spartina alterniflora soils. Limnology and Oceanography. 23:328-336.

370 Christian, R. R., K. Bancroft, et al. 1978. Resistance of the microbial community within salt marsh soils in selected perturbations. Ecology. 59:1200-1210.

386 Christian, R. R. and W. J. Wiebe. 1978. Three experimental regimes in the study of sediment microbial ecology. Three experimental regimes in the study of sediment microbial ecology. In: Methodology for Biomass Determinations and Microbial Activities in Sediments, C. D. Litchfield and P. L. Seyfried (eds.), ASTM, STP, pp.148-155

451 Christian, R. R., R. B. Hanson, et al. 1982. Comparison of methods for measurement of bacterial growth rates in mixed batch cultures. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 43:1160-1165.

426 Christian, R. R., J. A. Hansen, et al. 1983. Relationships of soil, plant, and microbial characteristics in silt-clay and tall-form Spartina alterniflora. Estuaries. 6:43-49.

655 Christian, R. R. and R. L. Wetzel. 1991. Synergism between research and simulation models of estuarine microbial food webs. Microbial Ecology. 22:111-125.

792 Claus, H., Z. K. Filip, et al. 1997. Microbial utilization and transformation of riverine humic substances. In: The Role of Humic Substances in the Ecosystems and in Environmental Protection, S. S. G. J. Drozd, N. Senesi, J. Weber (ed.). In: Proceedings of the 8th Meeting of the Internatinal Humic Substances Society., Wroclaw, Poland, The Polish Society of Humic Substances, September 9-14, 1996, pp.561-566

18A Cormier, M. J. 1959. Adenosine-5'-triphosphate requirement for luminescence in cell-free extract of Renilla reniformis. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 81:2592.

18 Cormier, M. J. 1960. Studies on the bioluminescence of Renilla reniformis. I. Requirements for luminescence in extracts and characteristics of the system. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta. 42:333-343.

25 Cormier, M. J. 1961. Biochemistry of Renilla reniformis luminescence. Biochemistry of Renilla reniformis luminescence. In: Light and Life, S. D. McElory and B. Glass (eds.), Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD, pp.274-293

39 Cormier, M. J. 1962. Studies on the bioluminescence of Renilla reniformis. II. Requirement of 3', 5'-diphosphoadenosine in the luminescent reaction. Journal of Biological Chemistry. 237:2032-2037.

44 Cormier, M. J. and C. B. Eckroade. 1962. Studies on the bioluminescence of Renilla reniformis. III. Some biochemical comparisons of the system to other Renilla species and determinations of the spectral energy distributions, (BBA3755). Biochimica et Biophysica Acta. 64:340-344.

47 Cormier, M. J. and L. S. Dure. 1963. Studies on the bioluminescence of Balanoglossus biminiensis extracts. I. Requirements for hydrogen peroxide and characteristics of the system. Journal of Biological Chemistry. 238:785-789.

70* Cormier, M. J. and K. Hori. 1964. Studies on the bioluminescence of Renilla reniformis. IV. Non-enzymatic activation of Renilla luciferin. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta. 86:99-104.

157 Cormier, M. J. and P. M. Prichard. 1968. An investigation of the mechanism of the luminescent peroxidation of luminol by stopped flow techniques. Journal of Biological Chemistry. 243:4706-4714.

191 Cormier, M. J., K. Hori, et al. 1970. Studies on the bioluminescence of Renilla reniformis. VII. Conversion of luciferin into luciferyl sulfate by luciferin sulfokinase. Biochemistry. 9:1184-1189.

237 Cormier, M. J., K. Hori, et al. 1973. Evidence for similar biochemical requirements for bioluminescence among the coelenterates. Journal of Cell Physiology. 81:291-298.

305 Cormier, M. J., J. Lee, et al. 1975. Bioluminescence: Recent advances. Annual Review of Biological Chemistry. 44:255-272.

366 Cormier, M. J. 1978. Applications of Renilla bioluminescence: An introduction. Applications of Renilla bioluminescence: An introduction. In: Methods in Enzymology, Vol. 57, M. A. DeLuca (ed.), Academic Press, Inc., New York, pp.237-244

752 Covi, M. P. and R. T. Kneib. 1995. Intertidal distribution, population dynamics and production of the amphipod Uhlorechestia spartinophila in a Georgia, USA, salt marsh. Marine Biology. 121:447-455.

205 Coward, S. J., C. M. Gerhardt, et al. 1970. Behavior variation in national populations of two species of fiddler crabs (Uca) and some preliminary observations on directed modification. Journal of Biological Psychology. 12:24-31.

162 Dahlberg, M. D. 1968. Natural hybrids between two minnows, Campostoma anomalum and Notropis chrosomus, from the Coosa River system. Bulletin of the Georgia Academy of Science. 26:155-159.

155 Dahlberg, M. D. 1969. Incidence of the isopod Olencira praegustator and copepod Lernaeenicus radiatus, in three species and hybrid menhaden (Brevoortia) from the Florida coasts, with five new host records. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 98:111-115.

168 Dahlberg, M. D. 1969. Fat cycles and condition factors of two species of menhaden, Brevoortia (Clupeidae), and natural hybrids from the Indian River of Florida. American Midland Naturalist. 82:117-126.

182 Dahlberg, M. D. and E. P. Odum. 1970. Annual cycles of species occurrence, abundance, and diversity in Georgia estuarine fish populations. American Midland Naturalist. 83:382-392.

184 Dahlberg, M. D. 1970. Frequencies of abnormalities in Georgia estuarine fishes. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 99:95-97.

192 Dahlberg, M. D. 1970. Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico menhadens, genus Brevoortia (Pisces:Clupeidae). Bulletin of the Florida State Museum. 15:91-162.

201 Dahlberg, M. D. and F. G. Smith. 1970. Mortality of estuarine animals due to cold on the Georgia coast. Ecology. 51:931-933.

203 Dahlberg, M. D. 1970. A completely reversed blackcheek tonguefish, Symphurus plagiusa, from Duplin River, Georgia. Chesapeake Science. 11:260-261.

212 Dahlberg, M. D. and D. C. Scott. 1971. Freshwater fishes of Georgia. Bulletin of the Georgia Academy of Science. 29:1-64.

776 Dai, T. and R. G. Wiegert. 1996. Ramet population dynamics and net aerial primary productivity of Spartina Alterniflora. Ecology. 77(1):276-288.

785 Dai, T. and R. G. Wiegert. 1996. Estimation of the primary productivity of Spartina alterniflora using a canopy model. Ecography. 19:410-423.

786 Dai, T. and R. G. Wiegert. 1997. A field study of photosynthetic capacity and its response to nitrogen fertilization in Spartina alterniflora. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. 45:273-283.

61 Darby, D. G. and J. H. Hoyt. 1964. An upper miocene fauna dredged from tidal channels of coastal Georgia. Journal of Paleontology. 38:67-73.

319 Darley, W. M., E. L. Dunn, et al. 1976. A 14C method for measuring epibenthic microalgal productivity in air. Journal Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 25:207-217.

361 Darley, W. M., C. T. Ohlman, et al. 1979. Utilization of dissolved organic carbon by natural populations of epibenthic salt marsh diatoms. Journal of Phycology. 15:1-5.

423 Darley, M. W., C. L. Montague, et al. 1981. Factors limiting edaphic algal biomass and productivity in a Georgia salt marsh. Journal of Phycology. 17:122-128.

432 Day, J. W., C. S. Hopkinson, et al. 1981. Modelling approaches to understanding and management of freshwater swamp forests in Louisiana (U.S.A.). Modelling approaches to understanding and management of freshwater swamp forests in Louisiana (U.S.A.). In: Ecosystems Dynamics in Freshwater Wetlands and Shallow Water Bodies, D. O. Logofet and N. K. Luckyanou (eds.), Centre of International Projects GKNT, Moscow, pp.73-105

456 Day, J. W., C. S. Hopkinson, et al. 1982. An analysis of environmental factors regulating community metabolism and fisheries production in a Louisiana estuary. An analysis of environmental factors regulating community metabolism and fisheries production in a Louisiana estuary. In: Estuarine Comparisons, V. S. Kennedy (ed.), Academic Press, New York, pp.121-136

204* Deblock, S. and R. W. Heard, III. 1969. Contribution a l'etude des Microphallidae. Travassos, 1920 (Trematoda). XIX. Description de Maritrema prosthometra n. sp. et de Longiductotrema nov. gen. parasites d'Oiseaux Ralliformes d'Amerique du Nord. Annales de Parasitologie Humaine et comparee. 44:577-584.

336 Deery, J. R. and J. D. Howard. 1977. Origin and character of washover fans on the Georgia coast, U.S.A. Transactions-Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies. 27:259-271.

223 DeLuca, M., M. E. Dempsey, et al. 1971. Mechanism of oxidative carbon dioxide production during Renilla reniformis bioluminescence. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science of the USA. 68:1658-1660.

337 DePratter, C. B. and J. D. Howard. 1977. History of shoreline changes determined by archaeological dating: Georgia coast, U.S.A. Transactions-Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies. 27:252-258.

526 Dorjes, J., R. W. Frey, et al. 1986. Origins of, and mechanisms for, mollusk shell accumulations on Georgia beaches. Senckenbergiana Maritima. 18:1-43.

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555 Newell, S. Y., J. W. Fell, et al. 1986. Deposition and decomposition of turtlegrass leaves. Internationale Revue der gesamten Hydrobiologie. 71:363-369.

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588 Newell, S. Y., J. D. Miller, et al. 1987. Rapid and pervasive occupation of mangrove leaves by a marine zoosporic fungus. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 53:2464-2469.

603 Newell, S. Y., T. L. Arsuffi, et al. 1988. Fundamental procedures for determining ergosterol content of decaying plant material by liquid chromatography. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 54:1876-1879.

570 Newell, S. Y., R. D. Fallon, et al. 1988. Mesoscale temporal variation in bacterial standing crop, percent active cells, productivity and output in a saltmarsh tidal river. Verhandlungen Internationale Vereinigung Limnololgie. 23:1839-1845.

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