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Biogeosciences
2012

Summer cyanobacterial blooms caused an elevation in pH (9 to similar to 10.5) that lasted for weeks in the shallow and tidal-fresh region of the Sassafras River, a tributary of Chesapeake Bay (USA).

EOS, TRANSACTIONS AMERICAN GEOPHYSICAL UNION
2012

Scientists talk to scientists and educators talk to educators, but seldom do the two camps interact in a collaborative fashion.

Molecular Microbiology
2012

Bacteria isolated from marine sponges, including the SilicibacterRuegeria (SR) subgroup of the Roseobacter clade, produce N-acylhomoserine lactone (AHL) quorum sensing signal molecules.

Physiological And Biochemical Zoology
2012

Understanding phenotypic differentiation among populations of wide-ranging species remains at the core of life-history research, because adaptation to local environmental conditions is expected.

Estuaries And Coasts
2012

This study assesses spatial and temporal sedimentological trends in four mesohaline Chesapeake Bay submersed aquatic vegetation (SAV) habitats, two with persistent SAV beds and two with ephemeral SAV

Geophysical Research Letters
2012

Offshore tropical river plumes are associated with areas of high N-2 fixation (diazotrophy) and biological carbon drawdown.

Journal Of Geophysical Research-Oceans
2012

In the stratified rotating estuary of Chesapeake Bay, the Ekman transport drives a counterclockwise lateral circulation under down-estuary winds and a clockwise lateral circulation under up-estuary wi

Isme Journal
2012

Microbes are transported in hydrological networks through many environments, but the nature and dynamics of underlying microbial metacommunities and the impact of downslope inoculation on patterns of