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Direct uptake of detrital carbon by the deposit-feeding polychaete Euzonus mucronata (Treadwell)KEMP, P. F.Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology. 1986, Vol 99, Num 1, pp 49-61, issn 0022-0981Article

Deposition of organic matter on a high-energy sand beach by a mass stranding of the cnidarian Velella velella (L.) = Dépôt de matière organique sur une plage de sable à haute énergie par une masse de cnidaires échoués, Velella velella (L.)KEMP, P. F.Estuarine, coastal and shelf science (Print). 1986, Vol 23, Num 4, pp 575-579, issn 0272-7714Article

Production and life history of a deposit-feeding polychaete in an atypical environmentKEMP, P. F.Estuarine, coastal and shelf science (Print). 1988, Vol 26, Num 4, pp 437-446, issn 0272-7714Article

Single-cell RNA content of natural marine planktonic bacteria measured by hydridization with multiple 16S rRNA-targeted fluorescent probesSANGHOON LEE; KEMP, P. F.Limnology and oceanography. 1994, Vol 39, Num 4, pp 869-879, issn 0024-3590Article

A philosophy of methods development: the assimilation of new methods and information into aquatic microbial ecologyKEMP, P. F.Microbial ecology. 1994, Vol 28, Num 2, pp 159-162, issn 0095-3628Article

Carbon budget for the mid-slope depocenter of the Middle Atlantic BightANDERSON, R. F; ROWE, G. T; KEMP, P. F et al.Deep-sea research. Part 2. Topical studies in oceanography. 1994, Vol 41, Num 2-3, pp 669-703, issn 0967-0645Article

Importance of grazing on the salt-marsh grass Spartina altereniflora to nitrogen turnover in a macrofaunal consumer, Littorina irrorata, and to decomposition of standing-dead SpartinaKEMP, P. F; NEWELL, S. Y; HOPKINSON, C. S et al.Marine biology (Berlin). 1990, Vol 104, Num 2, pp 311-319, issn 0025-3162Article

Environmental toxicology. Acute toxicity of sediment from Eagle Harbor, Washington, to the infaunal amphipod Rhepoxynius abroniusSWARTZ, R. C; KEMP, P. F; SCHULTS, W et al.Environmental toxicology and chemistry. 1989, Vol 8, Num 3, pp 215-222, issn 0730-7268, 8 p.Article

Water potential of standing-dead shoots of an intertidal grassNEWELL, S. Y; ARSUFFI, T. L; KEMP, P. F et al.Oecologia. 1991, Vol 85, Num 3, pp 321-326, issn 0029-8549Article

Life history and productivity of the phoxocephalid amphipod Rhepoxynius abronius (Barnard)KEMP, P. F; COLE, F. A; SWARTZ, R. C et al.Journal of crustacean biology. 1985, Vol 5, Num 3, pp 449-464, issn 0278-0372Article

Modeling vertical oxygen ad carbon flux during stratified spring and summer conditions on the continental shelf, Middle Atlantic Bight, eastern USAKEMP, P. F; FALKOWSKI, P. G; FLAGG, C. N et al.Deep-sea research. Part 2. Topical studies in oceanography. 1994, Vol 41, Num 2-3, pp 629-655, issn 0967-0645Article

Response of the phoxocephalid amphipod, Rhepoxynius abronius, to a small oil spill in Yaquina Bay, OregonKEMP, P. F; SWARTZ, R. C; LAMBERSON, J. O et al.Estuaries. 1986, Vol 9, Num 4B, pp 340-347, issn 0160-8347Article

Phylogenetic diversity of marine coastal picoplankton 16S rRNA genes cloned from the continental shelf off Cape Hatteras, North CarolinaRAPPE, M. S; KEMP, P. F; GIOVANNONI, S. J et al.Limnology and oceanography. 1997, Vol 42, Num 5, pp 811-826, issn 0024-3590, 1Article

Microbial carbon utilization on the continental shelf and slope during the SEEP-II experimentKEMP, P. F.Deep-sea research. Part 2. Topical studies in oceanography. 1994, Vol 41, Num 2-3, pp 563-581, issn 0967-0645Article

Estimating the growth rate of slowly growing marine bacteria from RNA contentKEMP, P. F; LEE, S; LAROCHE, J et al.Applied and environmental microbiology (Print). 1993, Vol 59, Num 8, pp 2594-2601, issn 0099-2240Article

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