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Biomechanics of North Atlantic Right Whale Bone: Mandibular Fracture as a Fatal Endpoint for Blunt Vessel-Whale Collision Modeling
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Campbell-Malone, R.P.
Ph.D. Thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology/Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Joint Program in Oceanography/Applied Ocean Science and Engineering, 257 pp., 2007 WHOI-X-07-001

Ethical and Welfare Considerations when using Cephalopods as Experimental Animals
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Moltschaniwskyj, N.A., K. Hall, M.R. Lipinski, J.E.A.R. Marian, M. Nishiguchi, M. Sakai, D.J. Shulman, B. Sinclair, D.L. Sinn, M. Staudinger, R. Van Gelderen, R. Willanueva, and K. Warnke
Rev Fish Biol Fisheries, Vol. 17, pp. 455-476, 2007 WHOI-R-07-012

Effects of Turbulence-mediated Larval Behavior on Larval Supply and Settlement in Tidal Currents
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Fuchs, H.L., M.G. Neubert, and L.S. Mullineaux
Limnol. Oceanogr., Vol. 52, No. 3, pp. 1156-1165, 2007 WHOI-R-07-009

Ecological Observations on the Colonial Ascidian Didemnum sp. in a New England Tide Pool Habitat
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Valentine, P.C., M.R. Carman, D.S. Blackwood, and E.J. Heffron
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, Vol. 342, pp. 109-121, 2007 WHOI-R-07-001

Benthic Foraminifera Associated with the Invasive Ascidian, Didemnum sp. A
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Carman, M.R.
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, Vol. 342, pp. 147-153, 2007 WHOI-R-07-002

Water Quality, Nitrogen Pollution, and Ascidian Diversity in Coastal Waters of Southern Massachusetts, USA
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Carman, M.R., S.G. Bullard, and J.P. Donnelly
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, Vol. 342, pp. 175-178, 2007 WHOI-R-07-003

Biophysical Coupling Between Turbulence, Veliger Behavior, and Larval Supply
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Fuchs, H.L.
Ph.D. Thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology/Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Joint Program in Oceanography/Applied Ocean Science and Engineering, 104 pp., 2005 WHOI-X-05-002

Isolation and Characterization of Two Cytochrome P450 Aromatase Forms in Killifish (Fundulus heteroclitus): Differential Expression in Fish from Polluted and Unpolluted Environments
Greytak, S.R., D. Champlin, and G.V. Callard
Aquatic Toxicology, Vol. 71, pp. 371-389, 2005 WHOI-R-05-001

Characterization of a Cetacean Aromatase (CYP19) and the Phylogeny and Functional Conservation of Vertebrate Aromatase
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Wilson, J.Y., A.G. McArthur, and J.J. Stegeman
General and Comparative Endocrinology, Vol. 140, pp. 74-83, 2005 WHOI-R-05-002

International Invasive Sea Squirt Conference: Program and Brief Abstracts
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Whitlach, B. (ed.)
59 pp., 2005 WHOI-W-05-001

Gut-Associated Microbial Symbionts of the Marsh Fiddler Crab, Uca Pugnax
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Gulmann, L.K.
Ph.D. Thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology/Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Joint Program in Oceanography/Applied Ocean Science and Engineering, 159 pp., 2004 WHOI-X-04-001

Salt Marshes: Biological Controls of Food Webs in a Diminishing Environment
Valiela, I., D. Rutecki, and S. Fox
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, Vol. 300, pp. 131-159, 2004 WHOI-R-04-003

Induction of Cetacean Cytochrome P4501A1 by b-Naphthoflavone Exposure of Skin Biopsy Slices
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Godard, C. A.J., R.M. Smolowitz, J.Y. Wilson, R.S. Payne, and J.J. Stegeman
Toxicological Sciences, Vol. 80, pp. 268-275, 2004 WHOI-R-04-006

Scanning Electron Microscopy Investigation of Epizootic Lobster Shell Disease in Homarus americanus
Hsu, A.C. and R.M. Smolowitz
Biol. Bull., Vol. 205, pp. 228-230, 2003 WHOI-R-03-003

Bacterial Assemblages Involved in the Development and Progression of Shell Disease in the American Lobster
Chistoserdov, A., R. Smolowitz, and A. Hsu
In: Proceedings of the Third Long Island Sound Lobster Health Symposium held March 7, 2003, pp. 61-64, 2003 WHOI-R-03-004

Cytochrome P450 1A1 and Aromatase (CYP19) in Cetaceans: Enzyme Expression and Relationship to Contaminant Exposure
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Wilson, J.Y.
Ph.D. Thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology/Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Joint Program in Oceanography/Applied Ocean Science and Engineering, 260 pp., 2003 WHOI-X-03-003

Mark-Recapture Statistics and Demographic Analysis
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Fujiwara, M.
Ph.D. Thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology/Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Joint Program in Oceanography/Applied Ocean Science and Engineering, 138 pp., 2002 WHOI-X-02-001

cDNA Cloning of an Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor from Baikal Seals (Phoca sibirica)
Kim, E.-Y., M.E. Hahn, H. Iwata, S. Tanabe, and N. Miyazaki
Marine Environmental Research, 5 pp., 2002 WHOI-R-02-004

Techniques for the Identification of Bivalve Larvae
Garland, E.D. and C.A. Zimmer
Marine Ecology Progress Series, Vol. 225, pp. 299-310. 2002 WHOI-R-02-003

Biomarkers and Bioassays for Detecting Dioxin-like Compounds in the Marine Environment
Hahn, M.E.
Elsevier, The Science of the Total Environment, Vol. 289, pp. 49-69. 2002 WHOI-R-02-001

cDNA Cloning and Characterization of an Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor from the Harbor Seal (Phoca vitulina): A Biomarker of Dioxin Susceptibility
Kim, E.-Y. and M.E. Hahn
Elsevier, Aquatic Toxicology, Vol. 58, pp. 57-73, 2002 WHOI-R-02-002

Development of an Acanthamoeba-specific Reverse Dot-Blot and the Discovery of a New Ribotype
Gast, R.J.
J. Eukaryot. Microbiol., Vol. 48, No. 6, pp. 609-615, 2001 WHOI-R-01-009

cDNA Cloning and Characterization of a High Affinity Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor in a Cetacean, the Beluga, Delphinapterus leucas
Jensen, B.A. and M.E. Hahn
Toxicological Sciences, Vol. 64, pp. 41-56, 2001 WHOI-R-01-007

Demography of the Endangered North Atlantic Right Whale
Fujiwara, M. and H. Caswell
Nature, Vol. 414, pp. 537-541, 2001 WHOI-R-01-005

Habitat and Diet of the Non-native Crab Hemigrapsus sanguineus in Southeastern New England
Ledesma, M.E. and N.J. O'Connor
Northeastern Naturalist, Vol. 8, No. 1, pp. 63-78, 2001 WHOI-R-01-002

Identification of Cytochrome P450 1B-like Sequences in Two Teleost Fish Species (Scup, Stenotomus chrysops and Plaice, Pleuronectes platessa) and in a Cetacean (Striped Dolphin, Stenella coeruleoalba)
Godard, C.A.J., M.J. Leaver, M.R. Said, R.L. Dickerson, S. George, and J.J. Stegeman
Marine Environmental Research, Vol. 50, pp. 7-10, 2000 WHOI-R-00-008

Cellular Localization of CYP3A Proteins in Various Tissues from Pilot Whale (Globicephala melas)
Celander, M.C., M.J. Moore, and J.J. Stegeman
Environmental Toxicology and Pharmacology, Vol. 8, pp. 245-253, 2000 WHOI-R-00-009

Identification, Functional Characterization, and Regulation of a New Cytochrome P450 Subfamily, the CYP2Ns
Oleksiak, M.F., S. Wu, C. Parker, S.I. Karchner, J.J. Stegeman, and D.C. Zeldin
The Journal of Biological Chemistry, Vol. 275, No. 4, pp. 2312-2321, 2000 WHOI-R-00-010

The Ah Receptor: Comparative Biochemistry and Possible Role as a Biomarker of Susceptibility to PHAH
Hahn, M.E., B.A. Jensen, and E.-Y. Kim
In: Endocrine Disruptors in the Marine Environment: Impacts on Marine Wildlife and Human Health. Proceedings of the Atlantic Coast Contaminants Workshop, pp. 120-126, 2000 WHOI-R-00-012
Halogenated aromatic hydrocarbons (HAHs) are ubiquitous contaminants of the global environment. Some HAHs, especially the so-called planar HAH (PHAH), are highly toxic to many vertebrate species. In this paper, the authors present and discuss the hypothesis that the sensitivity of marine mammals to PHAH can be predicted from an understanding of the comparative biochemistry of proteins involved in the molecular mechanisms of PHAH action.

Single-step Species Identification of Bivalve Larvae Using Multiplex Polymerase Chain Reaction
Hare, M.P., S.R. Palumbi, and C.A. Butman
Marine Biology (Springer-Verlag), Vol. 137, pp. 953-961, 2000 WHOI-R-00-007

Characterization of an Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor from a Cetacean: An Approach for Assessing Contaminant Susceptibility in Protected Species
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Jensen, B.A.
Ph.D. Thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology/Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Joint Program in Oceanography/Applied Ocean Science and Engineering, 199 pp., 2000 WHOI-Y-00-002

Mechanisms of Action for Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor Ligands in the PLHC-1 Cell Line
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Hestermann, E.V.
Ph.D. Thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology/Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Joint Program in Oceanography/Applied Ocean Science and Engineering, 193 pp., 2000 WHOI-Y-00-001

Relative Contributions of Affinity and Intrinsic Efficacy to Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor Ligand Potency
Hestermann, E.V., J.J. Stegeman, and M.E. Hahn
Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology, Vol. 168, pp. 160-172, 2000 WHOI-R-00-002

Serum Alters the Uptake and Relative Potencies of Halogenated Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Cell Culture Bioassays
Hestermann, E.V., J.J. Stegeman, and M.E. Hahn
Toxicology Sciences, Vol. 53, pp. 316-325, 2000 WHOI-R-00-004

Cytochrome P4501A Induction and Porphyrin Accumulation in PLHC-1 Fish Cells Exposed to Sediment and Oil Shale Extracts
Huuskonen, S.E., A. Tuvikene, M. Trapido, K. Fent, and M.E. Hahn
Arch. Environ. Contam. Toxicol., Vol. 138, pp. 59-69, 2000 WHOI-R-00-003

Towards Molecular Understanding of Species Differences in Dioxin Sensitivity: Initial Characterization of Ah Receptor cDNAs in Birds and an Amphibian
Karchner, S.I., S.W. Kennedy, S. Trudeau, and M.E. Hahn
Marine Environmental Research, Vol. 50, pp. 51-56, 2000 WHOI-R-00-001

Molecular Biology and Biotechnology in Marine Toxicology
Hahn, M.E. and J.J. Stegeman
In: Opportunities for Environmental Applications of Marine Biology. Proceedings of the October 5-6, 1999, Workshop, pp. 112-125, 1999 WHOI-R-99-009
The presence of toxic chemicals in the marine environment has long been recognized as a potential threat to human health and to the health of the oceans. This paper presents the problem, challenges and research needs, as well as examples and approaches that will be essential to meeting the three objectives of research in marine toxicology: to understand, monitor, and predict the effects of contaminants.

Two Forms of Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor Type 2 in Rainbow Trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss)
Abnet, C.C., R.L. Tanguay, M.E. Hahn, W. Heideman, and R.E. Peterson
The Journal of Biological Chemistry, Vol. 274, No. 21, pp. 15159-15166, 1999 WHOI-R-99-002

Molecular Cloning of CYP1A from the Estuarine Fish Fundulus heteroclitus and Pylogenetic Analysis of CYP1 Genes: Update with New Sequences
Morrison, H.G., E.J. Weil, s.I. Karchner, M.L. Sogin, and J.J. Stegeman
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, Part C, Vol. 121, pp. 231-240, 1998 WHOI-R-98-016

Research Update: Contaminants in the Marine Environment and their Effects on Marine Mammals
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WHOI Sea Grant
Focal Points, 3 pp., 1998 WHOI-G-98-010
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Endocrine Disruption in Wildlife Populations
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WHOI Sea Grant
Focal Points, 2 pp., 1998 WHOI-G-98-005
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Planktonic Feeding and Evolutionary Significance of the Lobate Body Plan Within the Ctenophora
Costello, J.H. and R. Coverdale
Biol. Bull., Vol. 195, pp. 247-248, 1998 WHOI-R-98-011

From Carbon Flux to Regime Shift
Steele, J.H.
Fish. Oceanogr., Vol. 7, No. 3/4, pp. 176-181, 1998 WHOI-R-98-010
The basic assumption in biological oceanography -- and in GLOBEC -- is that physical forcing at a wide range of space and time scales determines most of the dynamics of marine populations. This has been very productive and provides the global context for GLOBEC and other programmes. How far can it take us in the future; and, alternatively, what role is played by community interactions?

A Fish Hepatoma Cell Line (PLHC-1) as a Tool to Study Cytotoxicity and CYP1A Induction and Properties of Cellulose and Wood Chip Extracts
Huuskonen, S.E., M.E. Hahn, and P. Lindstrom-Seppa
Chemosphere, Vol. 36, No. 14, pp. 2921-2932, 1998 WHOI-R-98-012

Chronic Retene Exposure Causes Sustained Induction of CYP1A Activity and Protein in Rainbow Trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss)
Fragoso, N.M., J.L. Parrott, M.E. Hahn, and P.V. Hodson
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, Vol. 17, No. 11, pp. 2347-2353, 1998 WHOI-R-98-013

Comparison of Two Bioassays, a Fish Liver Cell Line (PLHC-1) and a Midge (Chironomus riparius), in Monitoring Freshwater Sediments
Huuskonen, S.E., T.E. Ristola, A. Tuvikene, M.E. Hahn, J. V.K. Kukkonen, and P. Lindstrom-Seppa
Aquatic Toxicology, Vol. 44, pp. 47-67, 1998 WHOI-R-98-014

Induction of CYP1A and Porphyrin Accumulation in Fish Hepatoma Cells (PLHC-1) Exposed to Sediment or Water from a PCB-Contaminated Lake (Lake Kernaala, Finland)
Huuskonen, S., K. Koponen, O. Ritola, M. Hahn, and P. Lindstrom-Seppa
Marine Environmental Research, Vol. 46, No. 1-5, pp. 379-384, 1998 WHOI-R-98-015

Incorporating the Microbial Loop in a Simple Plankton Model
Steele, J.H.
Proc. R. Soc. Lond., B, Vol. 265, pp. 1771-1777, 1998 WHOI-R-98-009

Linking Nitrogen in Estuarine Producers to Land-Derived Sources
McClelland, J.W. and I. Valiela
Limnol. Oceanogr., Vol. 43, No. 4, pp. 577-585, 1998 WHOI-R-98-005

Changes in Food Web Structure Under the Influence of Increased Anthropogenic Nitrogen Inputs to Estuaries
McClelland, J.W. and I. Valiela
Marine Ecology Progress Series, Vol. 168, pp. 259-271, 1998 WHOI-R-98-004

Detection and Quantification of Alkaline Phosphatase in Single Cells of Phosphorus-Starved Marine Phytoplankton
Gonzalez-Gil, S., B.A. Keafer, R.V.M. Jovine, A. Aguilera, S. Lu, and D.M. Anderson
Marine Ecology Progress Series, Vol. 164, pp. 21-35, 1998 WHOI-R-98-003

Behavioral Ecology of Coral Reef Fishes at Spawning Aggregation Sites
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Sancho, G.
Ph.D. Thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology/Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Joint Program in Oceanography/Applied Ocean Science and Engineering, 254 pp., 1998 WHOI-X-98-004

Diversity and Characterization of Novel Cytochrome P450 2 Genes in the Marine Teleost Fundulus Heteroclitus
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Oleksiak, M.F.
Ph.D. Thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology/Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Joint Program in Oceanography/Applied Ocean Science and Engineering, 205 pp., 1998 WHOI-Y-98-003

Feminization in Common Terns (Sterna hirundo): Relationship to Persistent Organic Contaminants
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Hart, C.A.
Ph.D. Thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology/Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Joint Program in Oceanography/Applied Ocean Science and Engineering, 254 pp., 1998 WHOI-Y-98-002

Life History Traits and Population Processes in Marine Bivalve Molluscs
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Ripley, B.J.
Ph.D. Thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology/Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Joint Program in Oceanography/Applied Ocean Science and Engineering, 181 pp., 1998 WHOI-Y-98-001

Lake Kernaala Sediments and Waters Contain Inducers of CYP1A and Porphyrins
Huuskonen, S., K. Koponen, O. Ritola, M. Hahn, and P. Lindstrom-Seppa
Proceedings of the Third Finnish Conference of Environmental Sciences, May 9-10, 1997, pp. 139-142, 1997 WHOI-R-97-009

Nitrogen-Stable Isotope Signatures in Estuarine Food Webs: A Record of Increasing Urbanization in Coastal Watersheds
McClelland, J.W., I. Valiela, and R.H. Michener
Limnol. Oceanogr., Vol. 42, No. 5, pp. 930-937, 1997 WHOI-R-97-005

Measuring Diversity of Planktonic Larvae: Catch 'Em (and Identify 'Em) If You Can
Garland, E.D. and C.A. Butman
Oceanus, Vol. 39, No. 1, pp. 12, 1996 WHOI-R-96-014

Utilization of Microbial Organic Aggregates by Bay Scallops, Argopecten irradians (Lamarck)
Alber, M. and I. Valiela
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, Vol. 195, pp. 71-89, 1996 WHOI-R-96-008

Rapid Assessment of Induced Cytochrome P4501A Protein and Catalytic Activity in Fish Hepatoma Cells Grown in Multiwell Plates: Response to TCDD, TCDF, and Two Planar PCBs
Hahn, M.E., B.L. Woodward, J.J. Stegeman, and S.W Kennedy
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, Vol. 15, No. 4, pp. 582-591, 1996 WHOI-R-96-006

Cytochromes P450 (CYP) in the Poeciliopsis lucida Hepatocellular Carcinoma Cell Line (PLHC-1): Dose-and Time-Dependent Glucocorticoid Potentiation of CYP1A Induction without Induction of CYP3A
Celander, M., M.E. Hahn, and J.J. Stegeman
Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics, Vol. 329, No. 1, pp. 113-122, 1996 WHOI-R-96-005

Uroporphyrin Accumulation Associated with Cytochrome P4501A Induction in Fish Hepatoma Cells Exposed to Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor Agonists, Including 2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin and Planar Chlorobiphenyls
Hahn, M.E. and K. Chandran
Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics, Vol. 329, No. 2, pp. 163-174, 1996 WHOI-R-96-004

Lipoproteins and Heat Shock Proteins as Measures of Reproductive Physiology in the Soft Shell Clam Mya arenaria
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Clayton, M.E.
Ph.D. Thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology/Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Joint Program in Oceanography/Applied Ocean Science and Engineering, 195 pp., 1996 WHOI-X-96-001

Organic Aggregates in Detrital Food Webs: Incorporation by Bay Scallops Argopecten irradians
Alber M. and I. Valiela
Marine Ecology Progress Series, Vol. 121, pp. 117-124, 1995 WHOI-R-95-002

Midgut-gland Development During Early Life-history Stages of the American Lobster Homarus americanus
Biesiot, P.M. and J.E. McDowell
Journal of Crustacean Biology, Vol. 15, No. 4, pp. 679-685, 1995 WHOI-R-95-003

Tetrachlorobiphenyl Metabolism, Toxicity, and Regulation of Cytochrome P450 Expression in a Marine Teleost Fish
White, R.D.
Ph.D. Thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology/Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Joint Program in Oceanography/Applied Ocean Science and Engineering, 2 pp. (abstract only), 1995 WHOI-X-95-001

Biochemical Composition of Organic Aggregates Produced from Marine Macrophyte-derived Dissolved Organic Matter
Alber, M. and I. Valiela
Limnol. Oceanogr., Vol. 39, No. 3, pp. 717-723, 1994 WHOI-R-94-002

Incorporation of Organic Aggregates by Marine Mussels
Alber, M. and I. Valiela
Marine Biology, Vol. 121, pp. 259-265, 1994 WHOI-R-94-007

Production of Microbial Organic Aggregates from Macrophyte-derived Dissolved Organic Material
Alber, M. and I. Valiela
Limnol. Oceanog., Vol. 39, No. 1, pp. 37-50, 1994 WHOI-R-94-010

Social Behaviour of Captive Belugas, Delphinapterus leucas
Recchia, C.A.
Ph.D. Thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology/Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Joint Program in Oceanography/Applied Ocean Science and Engineering, 1 p. (abstract only), 1994 WHOI-X-94-001

Seasonal Distribution of Nutrients and Primary Productivity on the Eastern Continental Shelf of Venezuela as Influenced by the Orinoco River
Bonilla, J., W. Senior, J. Bugden, O. Zafiriou, and R. Jones
Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol. 98, No. C2, pp. 2245-2257, 1993 WHOI-R-93-005

Getting to Why: Understanding Leukemia in Soft-shell Clams
Crago T.I.
Nor'easter, Vol. 5, No. 1, pp. 20-23, 1993 WHOI-R-93-007

Marine Biotechnology: Sea Grant's Role
Crago, T.I.
Nor'easter, Vol. 5, No. 2, pp. 28-31, 1993 WHOI-R-93-014

Application of rRNA-based Probes for Observing Marine Nanoplanktonic Protists
Lim, E.L., L.A. Amaral, D.A. Caron, and E.F. DeLong
Applied and Environmental Microbiology, May 1993, pp. 1647-1655, 1993 WHOI-R-93-004

Growth Dynamics of Juvenile Copepods Exposed to Simulated Patches of Food
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Shumate, A.M.
Bachelor of Arts with Honors in Biological Sciences Thesis, Wellesley College, 33 pp., 1993 WHOI-X-93-001

The Behavioral Physiology of Labroid Fishes
Curran, M.C.
Ph.D. Thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology/Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Joint Program in Oceanography/Applied Ocean Science and Engineering, 4 pp. (abstract only), 1992 WHOI-X-92-001

Sounds Produced by Spawning Fishes
Lobel, P.S.
Environmental Biology of Fishes, Vol. 33, pp. 351-358, 1992 WHOI-R-92-004
Low frequency sounds are shown to be associated with the spawning of two Caribbean coral reef fishes, the hamlet, Hypoplectrus unicolor (Serranidae) and the striped parrotfish, Scarus iserti (Scaridae). Both fishes produce distinctive sounds while broadcasting gametes in midwater. H. unicolor produces sounds via muscle stimulation of the swim bladder. Fin movements among group spawning S. iserti produce hydrodynamic noise. Although reproductive behaviors of these two species have been previously studied in detail, the association of sounds with mating is new. The mating sounds cannot be easily detected by human hearing underwater but are recordable using a hydrophone. The sounds are distinct and recognizable enough to allow counting and acoustic mapping of mating events in these species.

Nitrogen Assimilation from Amorphous Detritus by Two Coastal Consumers
D'Avanzo, C., M. Alber, and I. Valiela
Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science, Vol. 33, pp. 203-209, 1991 WHOI-R-91-009

Cultivation of Smbiotic Pigment-producing Bacteria from the Accessory Midamental Glands of the Squid Loligo palei
Dunlap, P.V.
Abstracts from the 56th Annual Meeting of the American Malacological Union, 1990, 1 p. (abstract only), 1990 WHOI-R-90-020

Sediment-trap Experiments on the Importance of Hydrodynamical Processes in Distributing Settling Invertebrate Larvae in Near-bottom Waters
Butman, C.A.
J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol., Vol. 134, pp. 37-38, 1989 WHOI-R-89-021

Spawning Behavior of Chaetodon multicinctus (chaetodontidae); Paris and Intruders
Lobel, P.S.
Environmental Biology of Fishes, Vol. 25, No. 1-3, pp. 125-130, 1989 WHOI-R-89-014

Comparison of Terrestrial and Marine Ecological Systems
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Steering Committee (J. Steele, S. Carpenter, J. Cohen, P. Dayton, and R. Ricklefs)
Report of a Workshop held in Santa Fe, New Mexico, 14 pp., 1989 WHOI-W-89-005

Eelgrass in Buzzards Bay: Distribution, Production and Historical Changes in Abundance
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Costa, J.E.
EPA 503/4-88-002, Buzzards Bay Project, 204 pp., 1988 WHOI-X-88-004

Periodicity in Fecal Pellet Production by the Capitellid Polychaete Mediomastus ambiseta throughout the Day
Fuller, C.M., C.A. Butman, and N.M. Conway
Ophelia, Vol. 29, No. 1, pp. 83-91, 1988 WHOI-R-88-009

Visual Observations of Particle Manipulation During Feeding in Larvae of a Bivalve Mollusc
Gallager, S.M.
Bulletin of Marine Science, Vol. 43, No. 3, pp. 344-365 1988 WHOI-R-88-019
Observations presented by the author address three basic questions concerning the feeding behavior of bivalve larvae:

1) How does the rate of particle encounter by the pre-oral cilia of the velum influence feeding activity over a wide range of particle concentrations?
2) How efficiently are particles captured and transported to the mouth after being encountered in the medium? and
3) What mechanism(s) are available for decoupling particle encounter, capture and ingestion at satiating food levels?

Using normal and high-speed video microscopic techniques and frame-by-frame analysis, the fate of individual particles was traced through the steps of capture, transport to the mouth by the food groove, accumulation at the mouth, and ingestion and rejection from the esophagus.

Larval Settlement of Soft-sediment Invertebrates: The Spatial Scales of Pattern Explained by Active Habitat Selection and the Emerging Role of Hydrodynamical Processes
Butman, C.A.
Oceanogr. Mar. Biol. Ann. Rev., Vol. 25, pp. 113-165, 1987 WHOI-R-87-007

Effect of Irradiances up to 2000 µE m-2 s-1 on Marine Synechococcus WH7803-I. Growth, Pigmentation, and Cell Composition
Kana, T.M. and P.M. Glibert
Deep-Sea Research, Vol. 34, No. 4, pp. 479-495, 1987 WHOI-R-87-012

Effect of Irradiances up to 2000 µE m-2 s-1 on Marine Synechococcus WH7803-II. Photosynthetic Responses and Mechanisms
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Kana, T.M. and P.M. Glibert
Deep-Sea Research, Vol. 34, No. 4, pp. 497-516, 1987 WHOI-R-87-013

Changes in Midgut Gland Morphology and Digestive Enzyme Activities Associated with Development in Early Stages of the American Lobster Homarus americanus
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Biesiot, P.M.
Ph.D. Thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology/Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Joint Program in Oceanography and Oceanographic Engineering, 1 p. (abstract only), 1986 WHOI-Y-86-001

Larval Settlement of Soft-sediment Invertebrates: Some Predictions Based on an Analysis of Near-bottom Velocity Profiles
Butman, C.A.
In: Nihoul, J.C.J. (ed.), Marine Interfaces Ecohydrodynamics, Elsevier Oceanography Series, Vol. 42, pp. 487-513, 1986 WHOI-R-86-002

Two-sex Models: Chaos, Extinction, and Other Dynamic Consequences of Sex
Caswell, H. and D.W. Weeks
The American Naturalist, Vol. 128, No. 5, pp. 707-735, 1986 WHOI-R-86-012

Individual Variability in Lipid Content of Bivalve Larvae Quantified Histochemically by Absorption Photometry
Gallager, S.M. and R. Mann
Journal of Plankton Research, Vol. 8, No. 5, pp. 927-937, 1986 WHOI-R-86-009

Lipid as an Index of Growth and Viability in Three Species of Bivalve Larvae
Gallager, S.M., R. Mann, and G.C. Sasaki
Aquaculture, Vol. 56, pp. 81-103, 1986 WHOI-R-86-008

Nutritional and Bioenergetic Considerations in the Development of the American Lobster Homarus americanus
Sasaki, G.C., J.M. Capuzzo, and P. Biesiot
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, Vol. 43, No. 11, pp. 2311-2319, 1986 WHOI-R-86-007
To better understand the early life history of the American lobster, Homarus americanus, nutritional and bioenergetic aspects of development have been investigated. These studies focused on physiological and biochemical processes during transitional periods between extrusion of the eggs, hatching, larval development, molting, metamorphosis, and attainment of the juvenile stage and the findings of the investigators are described in this paper.

Effects of Copper and Zinc on Two Planktonic Ciliates
Stoecker, D.K., W.G. Sunda, and L.H. Davis
Marine Biology, Vol. 92, pp. 21-29, 1986 WHOI-R-86-004
Copper and zinc are essential for plant and animal growth, but both can be toxic at elevated concentrations. The availability of these and other trace metals to marine organisms has been shown to be controlled by free metal ion activity rather than the total metal concentration. There is evidence that both copper and zinc may occur at levels in marine waters which are limiting or inhibitory to some organisms. In this study, the authors examined the effects of free cupric and zinc ion activities on ciliates in a model food web consisting of a single phytoplankton species and two species of ciliates and results of both short-term and long-term experiments are reported in this paper.

Copper Complexation During Spring Phytoplankton Blooms in Coastal Waters
Anderson, D.M., J.S. Lively, and R.F. Vaccaro
Journal of Marine Research, Vol. 42, pp. 677-695, 1984 WHOI-R-84-005

The Functions of Nematocysts in Prey Capture by Epipelagic Siphonophores (Coelenterate, Hydrozoa)
Purcell, J.E.
Biol. Bull., Vol. 166, pp. 310-327, 1984 WHOI-R-84-002

Fine Scale Spatial Correlations Between Planktonic Ciliates and Dinoflagellates
Stoecker, D.K., L.H. Davis, and D.M. Anderson
Journal of Plankton Research, Vol. 6, No. 5, pp. 829-842, 1984 WHOI-R-84-020

Characterization of Feeding Activity Patterns in the Planktonic Copepod Centropages typicus Kroyer Under Conditions
Cowles, T.J. and J.R. Strickler
Limnol. Oceanogr., Vol. 28, No. 1, pp. 106-115, 1983 WHOI-R-83-003

Swimming Behaviour of Larvae of the Ocean Quahog Arctica islandica in Response to Pressure and Temperature
Mann, R. and C.C. Wolf
Marine Ecology, Vol. 13, pp. 211-218, 1983 WHOI-R-83-016
Trochophore larvae of the ocean quahog Arctica islandica swim continuously. At a constant temperature of 12 degrees C they are negatively geotactic, have no phototactic response and exhibit no change in swimming behaviour in the pressure range 1 to 3 bar. In a vertical thermal gradient from 9 to 25ÁC the trochophores swim throughout the experimental chamber and show no temperature preference. Veliger larvae of A. islandica alternate between periods of active upward swimming in vertically oriented helices, that is a negative geotaxis, and periods of passive sinking with the velum either trailing or retracted between closed valves. They do not swim in the horizontal plane and, in the length range 160 to 202 µm, show no phototactic response. When exposed to sequential increases and decreases in hydrostatic pressure at 12ÁC, larvae in the length range 160 to 196 µm consistently exhibited a net upward movement following an increase in pressure and a net downward movement following a decrease in pressure. The threshold pressure change to elicit response is <0.5 bar. Larvae of 170 µm length respond to increased pressure by increasing height gain per rotation. Larvae of 202 µm length exhibit no significant change in swimming behaviour with increased pressure. In a vertical thermal gradient early veligers swim in the range 7 to 23ÁC with preferential aggregation, depending upon size, in the range 12 to 18ÁC. Larvae of 204 µm length show no temperature preference in the range 6 to 20ÁC. The implication of the observed behaviour on seasonal depth distribution of A. islandica larvae in the Middle Atlantic Bight is discussed.

Effects of Size, Age and Photoperiod on Hypoosmoregulation in Brook Trout, Salvelinus fontinalis
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McCormick, S.D.
Ph.D. Thesis, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution/Massachusetts Institute of Technology Joint Program in Oceanography and Ocean Engineering, 181 pp., 1983 WHOI-X-83-003

Growth of Favella sp. (Ciliata: Tintinnina) and Other Microzooplanketers in Cages Incubated In Situ and Comparison to Growth In Vitro
Stoecker, D., L.H. Davis, and A. Provan
Marine Biology, Vol. 75, pp. 293-302, 1983 WHOI-R-83-015

Instrumentation for the Measurement of Phytoplankton Production
Taylor, C.D., J.J. Molongoski, and S.E. Lohrenz
Limnol. Oceanogr., Vol. 28, No. 4, pp. 781-787, 1983 WHOI-R-83-009
Automated instrumentation performs time-course incubation experiments directly in situ where natural conditions of temperature, light, hydrostatic pressure, etc., can be maintained. The sampler incubation device (SID) takes a 1-liter sample from the water and simultaneously introduces an appropriate radiotracer. During subsequent in situ incubation, 50-ml subsamples are withdrawn from the main sample at equally spaced intervals and preserved for laboratory analysis. Representative experiments revealed nonlinear carbon uptake within 0.5-1.0 h, emphasizing that even brief end-point analyses can lead to large errors in estimating phytoplankton production rates. Studies of the rapid fluctuation in phytoplankton activity resulting from cloud-induced variations in light intensity and the application of cellular fractionation methods for measuring the intracellular distribution of newly fixed carbon illustrated the utility of instrumental time-course techniques for studying phytoplankton physiology and community metabolism in situ.

Selective Grazing by the Mud Snail Ilyanassa obsoleta
Connor, M.S. and R.K. Edgar
Oecologia, Vol. 53, pp. 271-275, 1982 WHOI-R-82-008
Mud snails (Ilyanassa obsoleta) starved for 48 h were allowed to feed on sediments in laboratory microcosms. Sediment cores sliced at 2 mm intervals were compared to snail stomach contents for percent carbon and nitrogen, plant pigment contents and species composition of benthic diatoms. Concentrations of carbon, nitrogen, phaeopigments, phycocyanin and chlorophyll were enriched in the top 2 mm of the sediments compared to 7-10 mm depth by a factor of 2-10. In turn, these materials were 20-40 times more concentrated in snail guts than in the surface sediments. Snail feces were enriched for carbon and nitrogen by 5-7 times over the surface sediments. Bacterial chlorophyll peaked at about 3-4 mm in the sediments and was not detectable in the snail stomach contents. The C/N ratio of the snail stomach contents was only 6 compared to a ratio of 8.5 for their feces and 12 for the surface sediments. The percentage of migratory diatoms (e.g. Nitzschia and Navicula) decreased with depth where non-migratory species, such as Fragilaria pinnata, dominated. These migratory species were more common in the snails than in the sediments on which they were feeding. A comparison of daily ingestion rates to the animal's energy budget shows that this selective ingestion is sufficient to meet Ilyanassa's energy needs.

The Effect of Feeding by Mud Snails, Ilyanassa obsoleta (Say), on the Structure and Metabolism of a Laboratory Benthic Algal Community
Connor, M.S., J.M. Teal, and I. Valiela
J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol., Vol. 65, pp. 29-45, 1982 WHOI-R-82-013
Linearizing Ecological Models with Time-varying Parameters
Evans, G.T.
Mathematical Biosciences, Vol. 61, pp. 155-161, 1982 WHOI-R-82-011

The Effect of pH in Intensive Microalgal Cultures: I. Biomass Regulation
Goldman, J.C., Y. Azov, C.B. Riley, and M.R. Dennett
J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol., Vol. 57, pp. 1-13, 1982 WHOI-R-82-016

The Effect of pH in Intensive Microalgal Cultures: II. Species Competition
Goldman, J.C., C.B. Riley, and M.R. Dennett
J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol., Vol. 57, pp. 15-24, 1982 WHOI-R-82-017

Effect of Nitrogen-mediated Changes in Alkalinity on pH Control and CO2 Supply in Intensive Microalgal Cultures
Goldman, J.C., M.R. Dennett, and C.B. Riley
Biotechnology and Bioengineering, Vol. XXIV, pp. 619-631, 1982 WHOI-R-82-004

Benthic Filter Feeding: A Natural Eutrophication Control
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Officer, C.B., T.J. Smayda, and R. Mann
Marine Ecology, Vol. 9, pp. 203-210, 1982 WHOI-R-82-029
The importance of the benthic filter feeding community as a natural control on eutrophication is considered. The important environmental factors favorable for such a control are relatively shallow water depths and a dense benthic filter feeding community of small animals. The criteria are summarized in the equivalence of the water recycling time for phytoplankton growth. The criteria are applied specifically to the conditions that exist in South San Fransisco Bay.

Effects of Temperature and Light on the Feeding Rate of Favella sp. (Ciliated Protozoa, Suborder Tintinnina)
Stoecker, D. and R.R.L. Guillard
Ann. Inst. Oceanogr., Vol. 58, pp. 309-318, 1982 WHOI-R-82-028

Effects of Olisthodiscus luteus on the Growth and Abundance of Tintinnids
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Verity, P.G. and D. Stoecker
Marine Biology, Vol. 72, pp. 79-87, 1982 RIU-R-82-003

Grazing by Canada Geese and Related Aspects of the Chemistry of Salt Marsh Grasses
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Buchsbaum, R., I. Valiela, and J.M. Teal
Colonial Waterbirds, Vol. 4, pp. 126-131, 1981 WHOI-R-81-017
Birds have generally been overlooked in research involving the response of herbivores to naturally-occurring feeding stimulants and inhibitors on the assumption that they are poorly endowed with chemical senses. Research in the past 15 years, however, has shown that some groups of birds have quite well developed chemical senses and use these abilities to find food and locate nests. These reports point to a much more significant role for chemoreception in waterfowl than has generally been assumed in the past and raises the possibility that grazing waterfowl, like insects and mammals, are responsive to natural plant substances. With this in mind, the authors have investigated the role of secondary plant substances in the feeding behavior of geese.

Test for Allelopathic Interactions Between Two Marine Microalgal Species Grown in Intensive Cultures
Goldman, J.C., M.R. Dennett, and C.B. Riley
Current Microbiology, Vol. 6, pp. 275-279, 1981 WHOI-R-81-013

A Critique of Benthos: A Simulation Model by J.R. Albanese
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Hahm, W. and T.M. Leschine
Laboratory Reference Document No. 81-26, 19 pp., 1981 WHOI-T-81-003

Effect of Nitrogen Source and Growth Rate on Phytoplankton-mediated Changes in Alkalinity
Goldman, J.C. and P.G. Brewer
Limnol. Oceanogr., Vol. 25, No. 2, pp. 352-357, 1980 WHOI-R-80-005

Temperature-influenced Variations in Speciation and Chemical Composition of Marine Phytoplankton in Outdoor Mass Cultures
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Goldman, J.C. and R. Mann
J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol., Vol. 46, pp. 29-39, 1980 WHOI-R-80-012

Factors Involved in Herbivore Food Preference
Nicotri, M.E.
J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol., Vol. 42, pp. 13-26, 1980 WHOI-R-80-002

Survey Design in Marine Environment: Three Examples
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Smith, W.
In: Deemer, F.P., F.J. Verberg, and D.Z. Merkes (eds.), Advanced Concepts in Ocean Measurement for Marine Biology, pp. 505-520, 1980 WHOI-R-80-006
Three examples are used to illustrate the range of statistical design problems encountered in marine research. The first example uses nonlinear design methods to find the optimum survey pattern for accurately locating the positions of acoustic beacons used in precision navigation. In the second example, time series methods are used to evaluate environmental survey designs and to determine the number of times to repeat a survey over time. The third example shows that a variation of double sampling procedures can be implemented quickly in response to an oil spill, providing greater flexibility in evaluating the effect of the oil spill.

Sex Differences in Cytochrome P-450 and Mixed-function Oxygenase Activity in Gonadally Mature Trout
Stegeman, J.J. and M. Chevion
Biochemical Pharmacology, Vol. 29, pp. 553-555, 1980 WHOI-R-80-001

Some Physiological and Biochemical Considerations of Larval Development in the American Lobster, Homarus americanus
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Capuzzo, J.M. and B.A. Lancaster
1979 WHOI-R-79-012

Larval Development in the American Lobster: Changes in Metabolic Activity and the O:N Ratio
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Capuzzo, J.M. and B.A. Lancaster
1979 WHOI-R-79-009

Growth and Competition of the Marine Diatoms Phaeodactylum tricornutum and Thalassiosira pseudonan. Nutrient Effects
D'Elia, C.F., R.R.L. Guillard, and D.M. Nelson
1979 WHOI-R-79-001

Steady-state Growth and Chemical Composition of the Marine Chlorophyte Dunaliella tertiolecta in Nitrogen-limited Continuous Cultures
Goldman, J.C. and D.G. Peavey
1979 WHOI-R-79-014

Growth Rate Influence on the Chemical Composition of Phytoplankton in Oceanic Waters
Goldman, J.C., J.J. McCarthy, and D.G. Peavey
1979 WHOI-R-79-004

The Filter-feeding Rates and Particle Retention Efficiencies of Three Species of Cyclosalpa (Tunicata, Thaliacea)
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Harbison, G.R. and V.L. McAlister
1979 WHOI-R-79-008

Measures of Diversity with Unbiased Estimates
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Smith, W., J.F. Grassle, and D. Kravitz
1979 WHOI-R-79-016
The results of Smith and Grassle (1977) for the family of expected species diversity measures are reviewed. These results are applied to estimating variability in local diversity in the deep sea from small benthic cores. These results are extended to a wider class of diversity indices including a modification of Brillouin's index. Finally, unbiased estimation methods are applied to the estimation of species-area diversity.

A Comparison of Morphometric, Biochemical, and Physiological Indexes of Condition in Marine Bivalve Molluscs
Mann, R.
1978 WHOI-R-77-016

The Effect of Temperature on Growth and Ammonia Excretion of the Manila Clam Tapes japonica
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Mann, R. and S.J. Glomb
1978 WHOI-R-78-003

Environmental Survey Design A Time Series Approach
Smith, W.
1978 WHOI-R-78-004

Productivity and Nitrogen Balance in Large Scale Phytoplankton Cultures
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D'Elia, C.F., J.H. Ryther, and T.M. Losordo
1977 WHOI-R-77-007

Temperature Effects on Phytoplankton Growth in Continuous Culture
Goldman, J.C.
1977 WHOI-R-77-010

Biomass Production in Mass Cultures of Marine Phytoplankton at Varying Temperatures
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Goldman, J.C.
1977 WHOI-R-77-005

The Impact of Crustacean Herbivores on Cultured Seaweed Populations
Nicotri, M.E.
1977 WHOI-R-77-015

Isolation and Purification of the Molting Hormones from the American Lobster (Homarus americanus)
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Gagosian, R.B. and R.A. Bourbonniere
1976 WHOI-R-76-001

Temperature-influenced Species Competition in Mass Cultures of Marine Phytoplankton
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Goldman, J.C. and J.H. Ryther
1976 WHOI-R-76-008
Investigation of and results from seasonal (cold water) shifts in species domination in outdoor ponds supplied with a mixture of waste water and sea water.

A Similarity Measure Sensitive to the Contribution of Rare Species and its Use in Investigation of Variation in Marine Benthic Communities
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Grassle, J.F. and W. Smith
1976 WHOI-R-76-009

Behavior of Lobsters (Homarus americanus) in a Semi-natural Environment at Ambient Temperatures and Under Thermal Stress
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Stein, L., S. Jacobson, and J. Atema
1976 WHOI-T-75-002

Nutrient Transformations in Mass Cultures of Marine Algae
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Goldman, J.C. and J.H. Ryther
1975 WHOI-R-75-003

Synopsis of the Biology of the White Marlin Tetrapturus albidus Poey (1861)
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Mather, F.J., H.L. Clark, and J.M. Mason Jr.
1975 WHOI-R-75-004

Lobster Molting Hormones: Isolation and Biosynthesis of Ecdysterone
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Gagosian, R.B., R.A. Bourbonniere, W.B. Smith, E.F. Couch, C. Blanton, and W. Novak
1974 WHOI-R-74-001

Behavioral Responses of Male Lobsters to Ecdysone Metabolites
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Gagosian, R.B. and J. Atema
1973 WHOI-R-73-001

Migration and Distribution of White Marlin and Blue Marlin in the Atlantic Ocean
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Mather, F.J., A.C. Jones, and G.L. Beardsley
1972 WHOI-R-72-001

Results of Sailfish Tagging in the Western North Atlantic Ocean
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Mather, F.J., D.C. Tabb, J.M. Mason, and H.L. Lawrence
1972 WHOI-R-72-002

Migrations of White Marlin and Blue Marlin in the Western North Atlantic Ocean: Tagging Results Since May 1970
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Mather, F.J., J.M. Mason, and H.L. Clark
1972 WHOI-R-72-003

Final Report of the Working Party on Tuna and Billfish Tagging in the Atlantic and Adjacent Seas
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Mather, F.J.
1971 WHOI-R-71-002

Seriola carpenteri, A New Species of Amberjack (Pisces: Carangidae) from Tropical Western Africa
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Mather, F.J.
1971 WHOI-R-71-001



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