Volume 13, 1978-1979

  1. Heterotrophic Activity Associated with Particulate Size Fractions in a Spartina alterniflora Salit-Marsh Estuary, Sapelo Island, Georgia, USA, and the Continental Shelf Waters
  2. Comparison of Nitrogen Fixation Activity in Tall and Short Spartina alterniflora Salt Marsh Soils
  3. Nitrogen Fixation in a Salt Marsh Amended with Sewage Sludge and Organic Carbon and Nitrogen Compounds
  4. The origins of detritus in Georgia salt marsh estuaries
  5. Origin and Character of Washover fans on the Georgia Coast, U.S.A.
  6. History of Shoreline changes determined by Archaeological Dating: Georgia Coast, U.S.A.
  7. Pelagic Sargassum Community Metabolism: Carbon and Nitrogen
  8. Ecological Processes Characteristic of Coastal Spartina Marshes of the South-eastern U.S.A.
  9. Coastal Salt Marshes
  10. Growth Dynamics of Cordgrass, Spartina alterniflora Loisel., on Control and Sewage Sludge Fertilized Plots in a Georgia Salt Marsh
  11. Distribution and Movement of Toxaphene in anaerobic Saline Marsh Soil.
  12. A Method for the Determination of chlorophyll a in Samples Containing Degradation Products
  13. Growth and Element Compositional Responses of Sporobolus virginicus(L.) Hunth. to Substrate Salinity and Nitrogen
  14. Energy Transfer via Protein-protein interaction in Renilla Bioluminescence
  15. Anaerobic Microbial Community Metabolism in Spartina alterniflora soils.
  16. Effect of the Spartina alterniflora root-rhizome system on salt marsh soil denitrifying bacteria
  17. Nitrogen Pools in Georgia Coast Waters
  18. Seasonal Patterns of CO2 and Water Vapor Exchange of Juncus Roemerianus scheele in a Georgia Salt Marsh
  19. Food Sources of Estuarine Invertebrates Analyzed using 13C/12>C Ratios
  20. Utilization of dissoved organic carbon by natural populations of epibenthic salt marsh diatoms
  21. The Effects of Fertilization on Nitrogen Distribution in a Spartina alterniflora Salt Marsh