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Estuaries and Coasts

Vol. 35, No. 5, SEPTEMBER 2012

Table of Contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. Tampa Bay Coastal Wetlands: Nineteenth to Twentieth Century Tidal Marsh-to-Mangrove Conversion (pp. 1145-1162)
    Ellen A. Raabe, Laura C. Roy and Carole C. McIvor
  3. Carbon Sequestration and Sediment Accretion in San Francisco Bay Tidal Wetlands (pp. 1163-1181)
    John C. Callaway, Evyan L. Borgnis, R. Eugene Turner and Charles S. Milan
  4. Temperature Dependence of Oxygen Dynamics and Community Metabolism in a Shallow Mediterranean Macroalgal Meadow (Caulerpa prolifera) (pp. 1182-1192)
    Raquel Vaquer-Sunyer, Carlos M. Duarte, Gabriel Jordà and Sergio Ruiz-Halpern
  5. The Relative Role of Nutrients, Grazing, and Predation as Controls on Macroalgal Growth in the Waquoit Bay Estuarine System (pp. 1193-1204)
    Sophia E. Fox, Mirta Teichberg, Ivan Valiela and Leanna Heffner
  6. Mediterranean Seagrass Growth and Demography Responses to Experimental Warming (pp. 1205-1213)
    Ylva S. Olsen, María Sánchez-Camacho, Núria Marbà and Carlos M. Duarte
  7. Patterns of Surf Smelt, Hypomesus pretiosus, Intertidal Spawning Habitat Use in Puget Sound, Washington State (pp. 1214-1228)
    Timothy Quinn, Kirk Krueger, Ken Pierce, Daniel Penttila, Kurt Perry, Tiffany Hicks and Dayv Lowry
  8. Larval Pacific Herring (Clupea pallasi) Survival in Suspended Sediment (pp. 1229-1236)
    Frederick J. Griffin, Theresa DiMarco, Karl L. Menard, Joe A. Newman, Edmund H. Smith, Carol A. Vines and Gary N. Cherr
  9. Population Structure of the SW Atlantic Estuarine Crab Neohelice granulata Throughout Its Range: a Genetic and Morphometric Study (pp. 1249-1260)
    Romina B. Ituarte, Alejandro D'Anatro, Tomás A. Luppi, Pablo D. Ribeiro, Eduardo D. Spivak, Oscar O. Iribarne and Enrique P. Lessa
  10. Impacts of Hypoxia on Zooplankton Spatial Distributions in the Northern Gulf of Mexico (pp. 1261-1269)
    M. R. Roman, J. J. Pierson, D. G. Kimmel, W. C. Boicourt and X. Zhang
  11. Grazing Constants are Not Constant: Microzooplankton Grazing is a Function of Phytoplankton Production in an Australian Lagoon (pp. 1270-1284)
    Brian G. Sanderson, Anna M. Redden and Kylie Evans
  12. Tidal and Groundwater Fluxes to a Shallow, Microtidal Estuary: Constraining Inputs Through Field Observations and Hydrodynamic Modeling (pp. 1285-1298)
    Neil K. Ganju, Melanie Hayn, Shih-Nan Chen, Robert W. Howarth, Patrick J. Dickhudt, Alfredo L. Aretxabaleta and Roxanne Marino
  13. Submarine Groundwater Discharge-Derived Nutrient Loads to San Francisco Bay: Implications to Future Ecosystem Changes (pp. 1299-1315)
    Kimberly A. Null, Natasha T. Dimova, Karen L. Knee, Bradley K. Esser, Peter W. Swarzenski, Michael J. Singleton, Mark Stacey and Adina Paytan
  14. Spatial, Temporal, and Human-Induced Variations in Suspended Sediment Concentration in the Surface Waters of the Yangtze Estuary and Adjacent Coastal Areas (pp. 1316-1327)
    P. Li, S. L. Yang, J. D. Milliman, K. H. Xu, W. H. Qin, C. S. Wu, Y. P. Chen and B. W. Shi
  15. Assessment of Biotic Integrity of the Coastal Freshwater Tidal Zone of a Temperate Estuary of South America through Multiple Indicators (pp. 1328-1339)
    N. Gómez, M. Licursi, D. E. Bauer, E. S. Ambrosio and A. Rodrigues Capítulo
  16. NOTES

  17. Erratum to: Salt Marsh Accretion and Storm Tide Variation: an Example from a Barrier Island in the North Sea (p. 1360)
    Mark Schuerch, J. Rapaglia, V. Liebetrau, A. Vafeidis and K. Reise
  18. Back Matter