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A comparison of nutrient-and light-limited photosynthesis in psammophytic versus epilithic forms of Halimeda (Caulerpales, Halimedaceae) from the Bahamas
A comparison of nutrient-limited productivity in macroalgae from a Caribbean barrier reef and from a mangrove ecosystem
A comparison of nutrient-limited productivity in Sargassum natans from neritic vs. oceanic waters of the western North Atlantic Ocean
Alternative production systems: marine crops
Anatomy of a red tide bloom off the southwest coast of Florida
Anthropogenic nutrient enrichment of seagrass and coral reef communities in the Lower Florida Keys: discrimination of local versus regional nitrogen sources
Atmospheric nitrogen deposition from a remote source enriches macroalgae in coral reef ecosystems near Green Turtle Cay, Abacos, Bahamas
Baseline studies of herbivory and eutrophication on dominant reef communities of Looe Key National Marine Sanctuary
Biochemical strategies for growth of Gracilaria tikvahiae  (Rhodophyta) in relation to light intensity and nitrogen availability
Biotic phase-shifts in Florida Bayand fore reef communities of the Florida Keys: linkages with historical freshwater flows and nitrogenloading from Everglades runoff
Comment on J. C. Zieman, J. W. Fourqurean, and T. A. Frankovich. 1999. Seagrass dieoff in Florida Bay: Long-term trends in abundance and growth of turtle grass, Thalassia testudinum. Estuaries 22:460–470
Coral reef destruction
Correspondence: Phosphorus-rich waters at Glovers Reef, Belize?
Cultivation of seaweeds as abiomass source for energy
Cultivation of seaweeds forhydrocolloids, waste treatment and biomass for energy conversion.
Dietary nitrogen availability in macroalgae enhances growth of the sea hare Aplysia californica (Opisthobranchia: Anaspidea)
Drift rhodophyte blooms emerge in Lee County, Florida, USA: Evidence of escalating coastal eutrophication
Ecology and nutrition of invasive Caulerpa brachypus f. parvifolia blooms on coral reefs off southeast Florida, U.S.A.
Effects of Land Use on Nitrogen and Phosphorus Inputs to the Indian River Lagoon
Effects of stormwater nutrient discharges on eutrophication processes in nearshore waters of the Florida Keys

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