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Papers quoted in Current Contents on project 1-08-230


Quoted papers: 7
Other papers: 94
Total: 101


Title: A Simple Oxygen Index for Trophic State Description

Authors:
JustiŠ, Dubravko (118343)
Journal: Marine Pollution Bulletin
Number: 4
ISSN: 0025-326
Volume: 22
Year: 1991
Pages: from 201 to 204
Summary: The trophic state of a costalmarine ecosystem can be easilydescribed by a simple oxygen index: Euclidian distance betweenthe oxygen surplus at the surface and the oxygen inbalance withinthe water column which is consequence of the growth and decay oforganic mater: it increases with increasing benthic respirationwhile decreases with the ddecreasing stability of the watercolumn. An analysis of the oxygen data collected in the northenAdriatic Sea between 1911 and 1982 shows that the increasingoxygen index fairly describes the occurrence of eutrophicconditions in time and space.

Title: Seasonal Coupling Between Riverbone Nutrients, Net Productivity and Hypoxia

Authors:
JustiŠ, Dubravko (118343)
Journal: Marine Pollution Bulletin
Number: 4
ISSN: 0025-326
Volume: 26
Year: 1993
Pages: from 184 to 189
Language: engleski
Summary: Seasonal dynamics of net productivity in the northen Adriatic Seaand in the northen Gulf Mexico is coherent with dynamics offreshwater discarge from their major rivers, the Po River and theMississippi River, respectivly. Oxygen deficit in the bottomwaters also show significant correlation with the river flow,implying a time-lag of two month in the northen Gulf of Mexico,and the time-lag of 4 month in the northen Adriatic Sea. Fluxesof organic matter resulting from 'new' primary production arepotentially high, and may be suffcient to induce hypoxia in ahighly strtified water column. A large fraction of nutrients inthe Po River and the Mississippi River likely originates fromsynthetic fertilizers and detergents. The above findings,therefore, not only demonstrate close copuling between riverbornenutrients, net productivity and hypoxia, but also show that theanthropogenic nutrient loads can easely overcome the homeostaticpotential of a costal marine ecosystem.

Title: Changes in nutrient structure of river-dominated coastal waters: Stoichiometric nutrient balance and its consequences

Authors:
JustiŠ, Dubravko (118343)
Rabalais, Nancy
Turner, Eugene
Dortch, Q.
Journal: Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science
Number: 3
Volume: 40
Year: 1995
Pages: from 339 to 356
Language: engleski

Title: Stoichiometric nutrient balance and origin of coastal eutrophication

Authors:
JustiŠ, Dubravko (118343)
Rabalais, Nancy
Turner, Eugene
Journal: Marine Pollution Bulletin
Number: 1
Volume: 30
Year: 1995
Pages: from 41 to 46


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