Pacific Science 49 (1995)

Pacific Science 49, no. 1: Papers Presented at a Joint U.S./Japan Symposium on ‘The Ecology and Evolutionary Biology of Islands with Implications for Conservation Research’

Kenneth Y. Kaneshiro, Colin Basset, and Shelia Conant, p. 1

The Hawaiian Islands as a Model System for Ecosystem Studies
Peter M. Vitousek, pp. 2-16

Phytogeography and Ecology of Scalesia (Compositae) Endemic to the Galápagos Islands
Syuzo Itow, pp. 17-30

Evolution of Hawaiian Ferns and Fern Allies in Relation to Their Conservation Status
Warren Herb Wagner, Jr., pp. 31-41

Variation in Reproductive Strategy of the Tropical Paper Wasp, Ropalidia fasciata (Hymenoptera: Vespidae), in Okinawa in Relation to Island Environmental Conditions
Yosiaki Itô, pp. 42-54

Social Structure and Reproductive Systems of Tramp Versus Endemic Ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) of the Ryukyu Islands
Katsusuke Yamauchi and Kazuo Ogata, pp. 55-68

Distribution and Ecology of Birds of Japan
Hiroyoshi Higuchi, Jason Minton, and Chieko Katsura, pp. 69-86

Why Do Introduced Species Appear to Devastate Islands More Than Mainland Areas?
Daniel Simberloff, pp. 87-97

Toward Ethical Treatment of Animals in Hawai‘i’s Natural Areas
Charles P. Stone, pp. 98-108

Pacific Science 49, no. 2

Remains of Land Birds from Lisianski Island, with Observations on the Terrestrial Avifauna of the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands
Storrs L. Olsen and Alan C. Ziegler, pp. 111-125

A Small Collection of Skinks and Geckos from the Northwestern Islands of Fiji (Yasawa and Mamanuca Groups)
G. M. Shea, pp. 126-133

Larvae of Nearshore Fishes in Oceanic Waters of the Central Equatorial Pacific
Thomas A. Clarke, pp. 134-142

Aspects of the Natural History of Pelagic Cephalopods of the Hawaiian Mesopelagic-Boundary Region
Richard Edward Young, pp. 143-155

Latitudinal Differences between Palau and Yap in Coral Reproductive Synchrony
Jean C. Kenyon, pp. 156-164

Notes on  Ceramium (Rhodophyta: Ceramiales) from the Hawaiian Islands
Isabel Meneses, pp. 165-174

Mycorrhizae in Hawaiian Epiphytes
J. N. Gemma and R. E. Koske, pp. 175-180

Vesicular-arbuscular Mycorrhizal Inoculation of Hawaiian Plants: A Conservation Technique for Endangered Tropical Species
R. E. Koske and J. N. Gemma, pp. 181-191

Callidictyon abyssorum, gen. et sp. nov. (Rhodophyta), A New Deep-water Net-forming Alga from Hawai‘i
James N. Norris, Isabella A. Abbott, and Catherine R. Agegian, pp. 192-201

Pacific Science 49, no. 3

Factors Affecting Seed Germination of the Mauna Kea Silversword in Hawai‘i
Lawrence R. Walker and Elizabeth Ann Powell, pp. 205-211

Effects of Extreme Drought on Vegetation of a Lava Flow on Mauna Loa Hawai‘i
Kathleen A. Lohse, Dennis Nullet, and Peter M. Vitousek, pp. 212-220

Rediscovery of  Labordia triflora (Loganiaceae)
Timothy J. Motley, pp. 221-226

Scleractinian Corals of Kuwait
G. Hodgson and K. Carpenter, pp. 227-246

Comparison of Water Quality and Reef Coral Mortality and Growth in Southeastern Kane‘ohe Bay, O‘ahu, Hawai‘i, 1990 to 1992, with Conditions before Sewage Diversion
Stephen L. Coles and Lara Ruddy, pp. 247-265

A Review of the Hawaiian Hydrophilidae (Coleoptera)
Michael Hansen, pp. 266-288

The Copepod Genus  Herrmannella (Poecilostomtoida) Associated with Marine Bivalve Mollosks at Kodiak Island, Alaska
Arthur G. Humes, pp. 289-295

Karyotype of a Ranid Frog,  Platymantis pelewensis, from Belau, Micronesia, with Comments on Its Systematic Implications
Hidetoshi Ota and Masafumi Matsui, pp. 296-300

Pacific Science 49, no. 4: Scientific Studies of the Ala Wai Canal, an Artificial Tropical Estuary in Honolulu, Hawai‘i

Edited by Craig R. Glenn and Gary M. McMurtry

Scientific Studies and History of the Ala Wai Canal, an Artificial Tropical Estuary in Honolulu
Craig R. Glenn and Gary M. McMurtry, pp. 307-318

The 1991-1992 NSF Young Scholars Program at the University of Hawai‘i: Science and Engineering Studies of the Ala Wai Canal, an Urban Estuary in Honolulu
Patricia Fryer, pp. 319-331

Net Phytoplankton of the Ala Wai Canal, O‘ahu, Hawai‘i
Kevin S. Beach, Robert Harris, Michelle Holsomback, Melissa Rabago, and Celia M. Smith, pp. 332-340

Foraminiferal Ecology, Ala Wai Canal, Hawai‘i
Johanna M. Resig, Kristine Ming, and Scott Miyake, pp. 341-366

Geochemistry, Mineralogy, and Stable Isotopic Results from Ala Wai Estuarine Sediments: Records Of Hypereutrophication and Abiotic Whitings
C. R. Glenn, S. Rajan, G. M. McMurtry, and J. Benaman, pp. 367-399

Mineral Assemblages of the Sediments of the Ala Wai Canal and Its Drainage Basins, O‘ahu, Hawai‘i
Pow-Foong Fan, Roanna Ng, and Deanna Remular, pp. 400-411

Modeling Sediments Accumulation and Soil Erosion with 137Cs and 210Pb in the Ala Wai Canal and Central Honolulu Watershed, Hawai‘i
Gary M. McMurtry, Anond Snidvongs, and Craig R. Glenn, pp. 412-451

Heavy Metal Anomalies in Coastal Sediments of O‘ahu, Hawai‘i
Gary M. McMurtry, John C. Wiltshire, and James P. Kauahikaua, pp. 452-470

Records of Lead and Other Heavy Metal Inputs to the Sediments of the Ala Wai Canal, O‘ahu, Hawai‘i
Eric H. De Carlo and Khalil J. Spencer, pp. 471-491

Isotopic Clues to Sources of Natural and Anthropogenic Lead in Sediments and Soils from O‘ahu, Hawai‘i
Khalil J. Spencer, Eric H. De Carlo, and Gary M. McMurtry, pp. 492-510

Mercury Accumulation in Sediments of the Ala Wai Canal and in Soils and Stream Sediments of the Central Honolulu Watershed
Laurence M. Raines, Barbara Z. Siegel, and Gary M. McMurtry, pp. 511-525

Pacific Science 49, Index

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