Pacific Science 44 (1990)

Pacific Science 44, no. 1

Review Article : Sea Level Rise: The Facts and the Future
Klaus Wyrtki, 1-16

Primary Production in the Columbia River Estuary. I. Spatial and Temporal Variability of Properties
J. Ruben Lara-Lara, Bruce E. Frey, and Lawrence F. Small, 17-37

Primary Production in the Columbia River Estuary. II. Grazing Losses, Transport, and a Phytoplankton Carbon Budget
J. Ruben Lara-Lara, Bruce E. Frey, and Lawrence F. Small, 38-50

Checklist of the Hermatypic Corals of Vanuatu
J. E. N. Veron, 51-70

Description of Ommastrephes bartramii (Cephalopoda: Ommastrephidae) Paralarvae with Evidence for Spawning in Hawaiian Waters
Richard Edward Young and Jed Hirota, 71-80

Polydora nuchalis (Polychaeta: Spionidae), a New Hawaiian Record from Aquaculture Ponds
Julie H. Bailey-Brock, 81-87

Use of the Exotic Tree Myrica faya by Native and Exotic Birds in Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park
Sue A. Woodward, Peter M. Vitousek, Kathleen Matson, Flint Hughes, Kecia Benvenuto, and Pamela A. Matson, 88-93

Pacific Science 44, no. 2

Review Article: Recent Marine Geological Research in the Mariana and Izu-Bonin Island Arcs
Patricia Fryer, 95-114

The Other Polynesian Gourd
W. Arthur Whistler, 115-122

Reproductive Biology and Uniform Culture of Portulaca in Hawaii
InSun Kim and Gerald D. Carr, 123-129

Zostera asiatica Miki on the Pacific Coast of North America
Ronald C. Phillips and Sandy W. Echeverria, 130-134

A New and Primitive Barnacle (Cirripedia: Balanomorpha) from the North Fiji Basin Abyssal Hydrothermal Field, and Its Evolutionary Implications
Toshiyuki Yamaguchi and William A. Newman, 135-155

Age and Growth of the Scalloped Hammerhead, Sphyrna lewini, in Northeastern Taiwan Waters
C. T. Chen, T. C. Leu, S. J. Joung, and N. C. H. Lo, 156-170

Iridoteuthis iris (Cephalopoda: Sepiolidae): New Records from the Central North Pacific and First Description of the Adults
Robert F. Harman and Michael P. Seki, 171-179

Abstracts of Papers. Fourteenth Annual Albert L. Tester Memorial Symposium, 13-14 April 1989

Pacific Science 44, no. 3

Geochemical Study of Fumarolic Condensates from Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii
Walther M. Barnard, Joseph B. Halbig, and John C. Fountain, 197-206

Elevated Carbon Dioxide Levels in Bayliss Cave, Australia: Implications for the Evolution of Obligate Cave Species
Francis G. Howarth and Fred D. Stone, 207-218

Polychaeta from the Vicinity of Deep-sea Hydrothermal Vents in the Eastern Pacific. II. New Species and Records from the Juan de Fuca and Explorer Ridge Systems
James A. Blake and Brigitte Hilbig, 219-253

First Central Pacific Plate and Hawaiian Record of the Deep-sea Tripod Fish Bathypterois grallator (Pisces: Chlorophthalmidae)
Anthony T. Jones and Kenneth J. Sulak, 254-257

Chromosome Counts from the Flora of the Juan Fernandez Islands, Chile. III
Byung Yun Sun, Tod F. Stuessy, and Daniel J. Crawford, 258-264

Identity of Aralia bastardiana Decaisne
D. G. Frodin, 265-276

Changes in the Structure and Composition of a New Zealand Lowland Forest Inhabited by Brushtail Possums
D. J. Campbell, 277-296

Zooplankton of the Gulf of California after the 1982-1983 El Niño Event: Biomass Distribution and Abundance
Bertha A. Lavaniegos and J. Ruben Lara-Lara, 297-310

Pacific Science 44, no. 4

Review Article : Geology and Volcanology of the Hawaiian Islands
George P. L. Walker, 315-347

Coastal Geomorphology of the Beqa and Yanuca Islands, South Pacific Ocean, and Its Significance for the Tectonic History of the Vatulele-Beqa Ridge
Patrick D. Nunn, 348-365

Hawaiian Monk Seal Pupping Locations in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands
Robin L. Westlake and William G. Gilmartin, 366-383

Morphology of the Feeding Apparatus of Cancer novaezelandiae in Relation to Diet and Predatory Behavior
Paul D. Creswell and Islay D. Marsden, 384-400

Shell Exchange in Hawaiian Hermit Crabs
Brian A. Hazlett, 401-406

Movement of Coconut Crabs, Birgus latro, in a Rainforest Habitat in Vanuatu
W. J. Fletcher, I. W. Brown, and D. R. Fielder, 407-416

Revision of the Genera of Gall Crabs (Crustacea: Cryptochiridae) Occurring in the Pacific Ocean
Roy K. Kropp, 417-448

Plant Water Deficits, Osmotic Properties, and Hydraulic Resistances of Hawaiian Dubautia Species from Adjacent Bog and Wet-Forest Habitats
Joan E. Canfield, 449-455

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