Publications from the faculty and research scientists of the Graduate School of Oceanography.

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Manuscripts from 1977

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Input and Fate of Petroleum Hydrocarbons Entering the Providence River and Upper Narragansett Bay from Wastewater Effluents, Edward S. Van Vleet and James G. Quinn

Manuscripts from 1976

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The effect of dissolved organic matter in sea water on the uptake of mixed individual hydrocarbons and number 2 fuel oil by a marine filter-feeding bivalve (Mercenaria mercenaria), Paul D. Boehm and James G. Quinn

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Intercalibration of Gas Chromatographic Analyses for Hydrocarbons in Tissues and Extracts of Marine Organisms, John W. Farrington, John M. Teal, Gilbert C. Medeiros, Kathryn A. Burns, E. Arthur Robinson, James G. Quinn, and Terry L. Wade

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STUDIES ON MARINE PLANKTON DIATOMS. III. STRUCTURE AND CLASSIFICATION OF GOSSLERIELLA TROPICA, Paul E. Hargraves

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STUDIES ON MARINE PLANKTON DIATOMS. II. RESTING SPORE MORPHOLOGY, Paul E. Hargraves

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Spinels in Mid-Atlantic Ridge basalts: Chemistry and occurrence, Haraldur Sigurdsson and J. G. Schilling

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Characterisation of monounsaturated fatty acids from an estuarine sediment, Edward S. Van Vleet and James G. Quinn

Manuscripts from 1975

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The effect of corroded hydrographic wire on particulate iron concentrations in seawater, Peter R. Betzer and Michael E.Q. Pilson

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Copper uptake and excretion by Busycon canaliculatum L., S. B. Betzer and M. E.Q. Pilson

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Grazing rates of the Atlantic menhaden Brevoortia tyrannus as a function of particle size and concentration, A. G. Durbin and E. G. Durbin

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Seasonal studies on the relative importance of different size fractions of phytoplankton in Narragansett Bay (USA), E. G. Durbin, R. W. Krawiec, and T. J. Smayda

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The Oxidation of Arsenite in Seawater, D. L. Johnson and M. E.Q. Pilson

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Chemical studies on the dissolved organic matter in seawater. isolation and fractionation, Richard A. Kerr and James G. Quinn

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Sediment resuspension and deposition in Narragansett Bay, Candace A. Oviatt and Scott W. Nixon

Correspondence [4] (multiple letters), Donald W. Smith, Robert C. Clark, Paul D. Boehm, James G. Quinn, Chris Sutton, John A. Calder, P. M. Cumbie, Robert S. Braman, and David L. Johnson

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Scanning electron microscopy of dialysis tubes incubated in flowing seawater, G. A. Vargo, P. E. Hargraves, and P. Johnson

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Hydrocarbons in the Sargasso Sea surface microlayer, Terry L. Wade and James G. Quinn

Manuscripts from 1974

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The seasonal cycle of copper concentration in Busycon canaliculatum L., S. B. Betzer and M. E. Pilson

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The solubility behaviour of No. 2 fuel oil in sea water, P. D. Boehm and J. G. Quinn

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STUDIES ON THE AUTECOLOGY OF THE MARINE DIATOM THALASSIOSIRA NORDENSKIÖLDII
CLEVE. 1. THE INFLUENCE OF DAYLENGTH, LIGHT INTENSITY, AND TEMPERATURE ON GROWTH, Edward G. Durbin

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DIFFUSION OF DISSOLVED SILICA OUT OF DEEP-SEA SEDIMENTS., Kent A. Fanning and Michael E.Q. Pilson

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Organic matter on clay minerals and marine sediments - effect on adsorption of dissolved copper, phosphate, and lipids from saline solutions, Philip A. Meyers and James G. Quinn

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A method for analysis of fatty acids in coral, Philip A. Meyers, James G. Quinn, and Nelson Marshall

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Arsenate uptake and reduction by Pocillopora verrucosa, Michael E.Q. Pilson

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Measurements of phytol in estuarine suspended organic matter, D. M. Schultz and J. G. Quinn

Manuscripts from 1973

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Solubilization of hydrocarbons by the dissolved organic matter in sea water, Paul D. Boehm and James G. Quinn

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On the Spectrophotometric Determination of Dissolved Silica in Natural Waters, Kent A. Fanning and Michael E.Q. Pilson

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The lack of inorganic removal of dissolved silica during river-ocean mixing, Kent A. Fanning and Michael E.Q. Pilson

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Biogeochemistry of fatty acids in recent sediments from Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island, John W. Farrington and James G. Quinn

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PETROLEUM HYDROCARBONS AND FATTY ACIDS IN WASTEWATER EFFLUENTS., John W. Farrington and James G. Quinn

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Petroleum hydrocarbons in Narragansett Bay. I. Survey of hydrocarbons in sediments and clams (Mercenaria mercenaria), John W. Farrington and James G. Quinn

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Intercalibration of analyses of recently biosynthesized hydrocarbons and petroleum hydrocarbons in marine lipids, John W. Farrington, John M. Teal, James G. Quinn, Terry Wade, and Kathryn Burns

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Factors affecting the association of fatty acids with mineral particles in sea water, Philip A. Meyers and James G. Quinn

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Analysis of Local Variation in the Standing Crop of Spartina alterniflora, Scott W. Nixon and Candace A. Oviatt

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The demersal fish of Narragansett Bay: An analysis of community structure, distribution and abundance, Candace A. Oviatt and Scott W. Nixon

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Studies on the digestive lipase of the surf clam Spisula solidissima, J. A. Patton and J. G. Quinn

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Fatty acid composition of organic detritus from Spartina alterniflora, David M. Schultz and James G. Quinn

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Isolation and Renin-Inhibitory Activity of Phosphoglyceride from Shark Kidney, Joseph G. Turcotte, Robert E. Boyd, James G. Quinn, and Robert R. Smeby

Manuscripts from 1972

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Enrichment of heavy metals and organic compounds in the surface microlayer of Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island, Robert A. Duce, James G. Quinn, Charles E. Olney, Stephen R. Piotrowicz, Barbara J. Ray, and Terry L. Wade

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A model for the anoxic zone of the Cariaco Trench, Kent A. Fanning and Michael E.Q. Pilson

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ANOXIC WATER IN THE PETTAQUAMSCUTT RIVER, Arthur G. Gaines and Michael E.Q. Pilson

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Spectrophotometric determination of arsenite, arsenate, and phosphate in natural waters, David L. Johnson and Michael E.Q. Pilson

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Environmental effects of atlantic menhaden on surrounding waters, C. A. Oviatt, A. L. Gall, and S. W. Nixon

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The phased division and cytological characteristics of Pyrocystis spp. can be used to estimate doubling times of their populations in the sea, Elijah Swift and Edward G. Durbin

Manuscripts from 1971

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Particulate iron and the nepheloid layer in the western North Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico, Peter R. Betzer and Michael E.Q. Pilson

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Interstitial silica and pH in marine sediments: Some effects of sampling procedures, Kent A. Fanning and Michael E.Q. Pilson

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Comparison of sampling and extraction techniques for fatty acids in recent sediments, John W. Farrington and James G. Quinn

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Productivity of the Benthic Microflora of Shoal Estuarine Environments in Southern New England, Nelson Marshall, Candace A. Oviatt, and Donald M. Skauen

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Interaction between Fatty Acids and Calcite in Seawater, Philip A. Meyers and James G. Quinn

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Fatty acid-clay mineral association in artificial and natural sea water solutions, Phillip A. Meyers and James G. Quinn

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Mass and metabolism of a mussel bed, Scott W. Nixon, Candace A. Oviatt, Caroline Rogers, and Kenneth Taylor

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Melting points of several enantiomeric glycerides, James G. Quinn and Robert G. Jensen

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RETENTION OF DISSOLVED ORGANIC ACIDS IN SEAWATER BY VARIOUS FILTERS, JAMES G. QUINN and Philip A. MEYERS

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SIMILARITIES IN THE ASEXUAL REPRODUCTION OF THE OCEANIC DINOFLAGELLATES, PYROCYSTIS FUSIFORMIS, PYROCYSTIS LUNULA, AND PYROCYSTIS NOCTILUCA1, Elijah Swift and Edward G. Durbin

Manuscripts from 1970

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The Nansen bottle-A major contributor to reported concentrations of particulate iron in sea water, Peter R. Betzer and M. E.Q. Pilson

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Pancreatic lipolysis of enantiomeric triglycerides, R. G. Jensen, R. E. Pitas, J. G. Quinn, and J. Sampugna

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Chromatographic separation of silicate and phosphate, Michael E.Q. Pilson and Robert J. Fragala

Manuscripts from 1969

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Light Influenced Movement of the Starfish Asteras Forbesi (Desor), Candace A. Oviatt

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Comparative benthic plant ecology by SCUBA-monitored quadrats, R. D. Wood and Paul E. Hargraves

Manuscripts from 1968

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Juvenile Lookdowns, Selene Vomer, in Wickford Cove, Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island, Candace Oviatt and George W. Gray