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Anderson, D. M. 1997. Bloom dynamics of toxic Alexandrium species in the northeastern U.S. Limnology and Oceanography 42, no. 5 II: 1099-22.

———. 1999. Physiology and bloom dynamics of toxic Alexandrium species, with emphasis on life cycle transitions. The Physiological Ecology of Harmful Algal Blooms ed., Heidelberg, Germany: Springer-Verlag. D. M. Anderson, A. D. Cembella, and G. M. Hallegraeff, eds.


Balch, W. M., D. T. Drapeau, T. L. Cucci, R. D. Vaillancourt, K. A. Kilpatrick, and J. J. Fritz. 1999. Optical backscattering by calcifying algae: Separating the contribution by particulate inorganic and organic carbon fractions. J. Geophys. Res. 104:1571-1588.

Barnhardt, W. A., D. F. Belknap, and J. T. Kelley. 1997. Sequence stratigraphy of submerged river mouth deposits in the northwestern Gulf of Maine: responses to relative sea-level changes. Society of America Bulletin 109: 612-30.

Barnhardt, W. A., J. T. Kelley, D. F. Belknap, S. M. Dickson, and A. R. Kelley. 1996. Surficial geology of the inner continental shelf of the northwestern Gulf of Maine: Piscataqua River to Biddeford Pool. Maine Geological Survey Geologic Map, no. 1:100,000: 96-6.

———. 1996. Surficial geology of the inner continental shelf of the northwestern Gulf of Maine: Ogunquit to the Kennebec River. Maine Geological Survey Geologic Map, no. 1:100,000: 96-7.

———. 1996. Surficial geology of the inner continental shelf of the northwestern Gulf of Maine: Cape Elizabeth to Pemaquid Point. Maine Geological Survey Geologic Map, no. 1:100,000: 96-8.

———. 1996. Surficial geology of the inner continental shelf of the northwestern Gulf of Maine: Boothbay Harbor to North Haven. Maine Geological Survey Geologic Map, no. 1:100,000: 96-9.

———. 1996. Surficial geology of the inner continental shelf of the northwestern Gulf of Maine: Rockland to Bar Harbor. Maine Geological Survey Geologic Map, no. 1:100,000: 96-10.



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Bridging Boundaries through Regional Marine Research E Gulf of Maine RMRP and NECOP Publications GULF OF MAINE REGIONAL MARINE RESEARCH PROGRAM (GOM-RMRP) Anderson, D. M. 1997. Bloom dynamics of toxic Alexandrium species in the northeastern U.S. Limnology and Oceanography 42, no. 5 II: 1099-22. ———. 1999. Physiology and bloom dynamics of toxic Alexandrium species, with emphasis on life cycle transitions. The Physiological Ecology of Harmful Algal Blooms ed., Heidelberg, Germany: Springer-Verlag. D. M. Anderson, A. D. Cembella, and G. M. Hallegraeff, eds. Balch, W. M., D. T. Drapeau, T. L. Cucci, R. D. Vaillancourt, K. A. Kilpatrick, and J. J. Fritz. 1999. Optical backscattering by calcifying algae: Separating the contribution by particulate inorganic and organic carbon fractions. J. Geophys. Res. 104:1571-1588. Barnhardt, W. A., D. F. Belknap, and J. T. Kelley. 1997. Sequence stratigraphy of submerged river mouth deposits in the northwestern Gulf of Maine: responses to relative sea-level changes. Society of America Bulletin 109: 612-30. Barnhardt, W. A., J. T. Kelley, D. F. Belknap, S. M. Dickson, and A. R. Kelley. 1996. Surficial geology of the inner continental shelf of the northwestern Gulf of Maine: Piscataqua River to Biddeford Pool. Maine Geological Survey Geologic Map, no. 1:100,000: 96-6. ———. 1996. Surficial geology of the inner continental shelf of the northwestern Gulf of Maine: Ogunquit to the Kennebec River. Maine Geological Survey Geologic Map, no. 1:100,000: 96-7. ———. 1996. Surficial geology of the inner continental shelf of the northwestern Gulf of Maine: Cape Elizabeth to Pemaquid Point. Maine Geological Survey Geologic Map, no. 1:100,000: 96-8. ———. 1996. Surficial geology of the inner continental shelf of the northwestern Gulf of Maine: Boothbay Harbor to North Haven. Maine Geological Survey Geologic Map, no. 1:100,000: 96-9. ———. 1996. Surficial geology of the inner continental shelf of the northwestern Gulf of Maine: Rockland to Bar Harbor. Maine Geological Survey Geologic Map, no. 1:100,000: 96-10.

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Bridging Boundaries through Regional Marine Research ———. 1997. Models of harmful algal blooms. Limnology and Oceanography 42: 1273-82. ———. 1998. Spatial patterns in dense algal blooms. Limnology and Oceanography 42: 1297-3105. Garside, C., J. C. Garside, M. D. Keller, and M. E. Sieracki. 1996. The formation of high nutrient low salinity water in the Gulf of Maine: A nutrient trap? Estuar. coastal Shelf Sci. 42: 617-28. Greenamoyer, J. M. 1995. An Investigation of Cadmium, Copper and Nickel in the Colloidal Size Range in Seawater. Thesis, Graduate School of Oceanography, University of Rhode Island. Greenamoyer, J. M., Gustafsson O., and Moran S. B. 1995. An investigation of trace metal partitioning of colloids in seawater using cross-flow filtration. The Oceanography Society Meeting, Newport, R.I., March 17-21, No. co-16. Greenamoyer, J. M., and S. B. Moran. 1996. Evaluation of a spiral wound cross-flow filtration system for colloidal size-fractionation in Cu, Ni and Cd in seawater. Marine Chemistry 55: 153-63. Greenamoyer, J. M., and S. B. Moran 1996. Evaluation of a spiral wound Osmonics cross-flow filtration system for trace metal sampling in seawater. EOS, Trans, Amer. Geophys. Union 76, no. 3: OS172. Greenamoyer, J. M., and S. B. Moran. 1997. Investigation of Cd, Cu, Ni and 234Th in the colloidal size range in the Gulf of Maine. Marine Chemistry 57: 217-26. Greenamoyer, J. M., S. B. Moran, and P. A. Yeats. 1994. Trace metals solid-solution partitioning on colloids in the Gulf of Maine. EOS, Trans, Amer. Geophys. Union 75, no. 44: 325. Gustafsson, Ö., K. O. Buesseler, W. R. Geyer, S. B. Moran, and P. M. Gschwend. 1998. An assessment of the relative significance of horizontal and vertical transport of particle-reactive chemicals in the coastal ocean. Continental Shelf Research 18: 805-29. Gustafsson, Ö., K. O. Buesseler, W. R. Geyer, S. B. Moran, and P. M. Gschwend. 1998. An assessment of the relative importance of horizontal and vertical transport of particle-reactive chemicals in the coastal ocean. Continental Shelf Research 18: 805-29. Gustafsson, Ö., K. O. Buesseler, and P. M. Gschwend. 1996. On the integrity of cross-flow filtration for collecting marine organic colloids. Marine Chemistry 55: 93-111. Gustafsson, Ö., K. O. Buesseler, S. B. Moran, and P. M. Gschwend. 1994. Physical speciation and 234Th-derived transfer rates of individual hydrophobic compounds in coastal seawater. American Chemical Society Symposium, San Diego, CA, March 13-18, 1994. Gustafsson, Ö., and P. M. Gschwend. 1997. Aquatic Colloids: Concepts, definitions, and current challenges. Limnol. Oceanogr. 42: 519-28. ———. 1997. Soot as a Strong Partition Medium for Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Aquatic Systems, Chapter 24. Molecular Markers in Environmental Geochemistry ed., 365-81. Vol. 671. American Chemical Society, ASC Symposium Series. Eganhouse, R. P., ed. ———. 1998. The flux of black carbon to surface sediments on the New England Continental shelf. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 62: 465-72. ———. 1999. Hydrophobic organic compound partitioning from bulk water to the water/air interface. Atmos. Environ. 33: 163-67. ———. 1999. Phase Distributions of Hydrophobic Chemicals in the Aquatic Environment: Existing Partitioning Models Are Unable to Predict the Dissolved Component in Several Common Situations. Bioavailability of Xenobiotics in the Environment ed., NATO-ASI. Gustafsson, Ö., P. M. Gschwend, and K. O. Buesseler. 1997. Settling removal rates of PCBs into the northwestern Atlantic derived from 238U-234Th disequilibria. Environ. Sci. Technol. 31: 3544-50. ———. 1997. Using 234Th disequilibria to estimate the vertical removal rates of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons from the surface ocean. Marine Chemistry 57: 11-23. Incze, L. S., and C. E. Naimie. 1999. Modeling the transport of lobster (Homarus americanus) larvae and postlarvae in the Gulf of Maine. Fish. Oceanogr. 9(1): in press.

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Bridging Boundaries through Regional Marine Research Jordan, C. E., R. W. Talbot, and B. W. Mosher. 1998. Fog deposition of nitrogen in the coastal marine environment of the Gulf of Maine. Proceedings: First International Conference on Fog and Fog Collection, 19-24 July 1998 ed., 157-60. Vancouver, Canada. R. S. Schemenauer, and H. Bridgman, eds. Keller, M. D. 1996. Bloom dynamics and physiology of Phaeocystis. Invited plenary at NATO ASI on the Physiological Ecology of Harmful Algal Blooms, Bermuda, May 1996. Keller, M. D., and E. M. Haugen. 1996. Abundance and distribution of Phaeocystis sp. in the Gulf of Maine, U.S.A.: Spring bloom dynamics and bloom initiation. ASLO/AGU Ocean Sciences meeting, San Diego CA, February 1996. Kelley, J. T., W. A. Barnhardt, D. F. Belknap, S. M. Dickson, and A. R. Kelley. 1998. The Seafloor revealed: The geology of Maine's inner continental shelf. A report to the Regional Marine Research Program. Maine Geological Survey Open-File Report 98-6: 55. ———. 1999. Physiography of the inner continent shelf of the northwestern Gulf of Maine. Maine Geological Survey Open-File Report, no. 1:100,000. Lancelot, C., M. D. Keller, V. Rousseau, W. O. Smith Jr., and S. Mathot. 1998. Autecology of the marine haptophyte, Phaeocystis sp. Physiological ecology of harmful algal blooms ed., 209-24. Berlin, Germany: Springer-Verlag. D. M. Anderson, A. D. Cembella and G. M. Hallegraeff, eds. Milliman, J., P. J. Troy, W. Balch, A. K. Adams, Y. H. Li, and F. T. MacKenzie. 1999. Biologically-mediated dissolution of calcium carbonate above the chemical lysocline. Deep-Sea Research 46: 1653-1669. Moran, S. B. 1995. Progress in geochemical flux studies in the Gulf of Maine. GOM-RMRP P.I. Workshop, Orono, ME, October 23-24. Moran, S. B., M. A. Charette, S. M. Pike, and C. A. Wicklund. 1999. Differences in seawater particulate organic carbon concentration in samples collected using small-volume and large-volume methods: the importance of DOC adsorption to the filter blank. Marine Chemistry 67: 33-42. Moran, S. B., P. A. Yeats, and P. W. Balls 1996. On the role of colloids in trace metal solid-solution partitioning in continental shelf waters: a comparison of model results and field data. Continental Shelf Research 16: 397-408. Mupparapu, P. 1999. The Role of Convection in Winter Gulf of Maine Mixed Layer Formation. Master's Thesis. Panchang, V. G., L. Zhao, and Z. Demirbilek. 1999. Estimation of Extreme Wave Heights using GEOSAT Measurements. Ocean Engineering 26: 205-25. Pettigrew, N. R., D. W. Townsend, H. Xue, J. P. Wallinga, P. J. Brickley, and R. D. Hetland. 1998. Observations of the eastern Maine coastal current and its offshore extensions in 1994. J. Geophys. Res. 103, no. C13, 30: 623-30, 639. Pike, S. M. 1998. Atmospheric Deposition and Water Column Fluxes of Trace Metals in the Gulf of Maine. Thesis, Graduate School of Oceanography, University of Rhode Island. Pike, S. M., M. A. Charette, S. B. Moran, and C. H. Pilskaln. 1998. Water column removal of trace metals in the Gulf of Maine. EOS, Trans, Amer. Geophys. Union 79, no. 17: S188. Pike, S. M., M. A. Charrette, S. B. Moran, and C. H. Pilskaln. 1996. Geochemical mass balance model for lead in the Gulf of Maine. Gulf of Maine Ecosystem Dynamics Symposium and Workshop, Program of Abstracts : 71. Pike, S. M., and S. B. Moran. 1997. Use of Poretics 0.7 μm glass fiber filters for determination of particulate organic carbon and nitrogen in aquatic systems. Marine Chemistry 57: 355-60. ———. 1998. Atmospheric input of trace metals to the Gulf of Maine. EOS, Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union 79, no. 17: S24. Pilskaln, C. H. 1997. Seasonal biogeochemical particle fluxes and sediment resuspension in the Gulf of Maine: preliminary results from an ongoing study. Fifth Meeting of The Oceanography Society, Program of Abstracts : 67.

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