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Annual material processing by a salt marsh-estuarine basin in South Carolina, USA
A synthesis of a comprehensive annual study of material processing in the Bly Creek marsh-estuarine basln is described. The project design provides statistical estimates of material fluxes for theExpand
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STUDIES ON THE PHYSIOLOGICAL VARIATION BETWEEN TROPICAL AND TEMPERATE ZONE FIDDLER CRABS OF THE GENUS UCA. II. OXYGEN CONSUMPTION OF WHOLE ORGANISMS
1. The rate of oxygen consumption of seven species of Uca from the tropical and temperate zones was determined over a graded temperature series. All species had a similar recent thermal history.2.Expand
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Environmental Physiology of Marine Animals
I. The Organism.- II. The Sea.- III. The Intertidal Zone.- IV. The Estuarine Environment.- V. The Coastal and Oceanic Environment.- VI. The Deep Sea.- VII. Perspectives.
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THE INFLUENCE OF TEMPERATURE AND SALINITY ON CILIARY ACTIVITY OF EXCISED GILL TISSUE OF MOLLUSCS FROM NORTH CAROLINA.
Abstract 1. 1. species) ceased activity when exposed to 37°C for about 100 min, while those of Modiolus demissus and Crassostrea virginica (intertidal zone species) survived a temperature of 44° forExpand
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Behavior and ecology
I guanas have long fascinated be-havioral ecologists because they offer an exception to almost every generalization. The implicit hope is that by explaining the exceptions, we might also be able toExpand
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The Coastal Zone: Past, Present, and Future
CONCERNS ABOUT THE HEALTH of the environment have become firmly embedded in the public's list of vital issues confronting present and future generations. The emergence of environmental issues as aExpand
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STUDIES ON THE PHYSIOLOGICAL VARIATION BETWEEN TROPICAL AND TEMPERATE ZONE FIDDLER CRABS OF THE GENUS UCA. III. THE INFLUENCE OF TEMPERATURE ACCLIMATION ON OXYGEN CONSUMPTION OF WHOLE ORGANISMS
1. Studies on the metabolic response of tropical and temperate zone fiddler crabs (Genus Uca), after various periods of thermal acclimation, were done to assess the importance of this factor in theExpand
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