Alice Alldredge
Alice Alldredge
Research Professor of Marine Biology, UC Santa Barbara
Verified email at lifesci.ucsb.edu
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Characteristics, dynamics and significance of marine snow
AL Alldredge, MW Silver
Progress in oceanography 20 (1), 41-82, 1988
14751988
Phylogenetic diversity of aggregate‐attached vs. free‐living marine bacterial assemblages
EF DeLong, DG Franks, AL Alldredge
Limnology and oceanography 38 (5), 924-934, 1993
9801993
The abundance and significance of a class of large, transparent organic particles in the ocean
AL Alldredge, U Passow, BE Logan
Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 40 (6), 1131-1140, 1993
9451993
Intense hydrolytic enzyme activity on marine aggregates and implications for rapid particle dissolution
DC Smith, M Simon, AL Alldredge, F Azam
Nature 359 (6391), 139-142, 1992
9401992
Direct observations of the mass flocculation of diatom blooms: characteristics, settling velocities and formation of diatom aggregates
AL Alldredge, CC Gotschalk
Deep Sea Research Part A. Oceanographic Research Papers 36 (2), 159-171, 1989
6341989
In situ settling behavior of marine snow 1
AL Alldredge, C Gotschalk
Limnology and Oceanography 33 (3), 339-351, 1988
6001988
The oceanic gel phase: a bridge in the DOM–POM continuum
P Verdugo, AL Alldredge, F Azam, DL Kirchman, U Passow, PH Santschi
Marine Chemistry 92 (1-4), 67-85, 2004
5982004
A dye‐binding assay for the spectrophotometric measurement of transparent exopolymer particles (TEP)
U Passow, AL Alldredge
Limnology and Oceanography 40 (7), 1326-1335, 1995
5461995
Can microscale chemical patches persist in the sea? Microelectrode study of marine snow, fecal pellets
AL Alldredge, Y Cohen
Science 235 (4789), 689-691, 1987
4601987
The role of particulate carbohydrate exudates in the flocculation of diatom blooms
U Passow, AL Alldredge, BE Logan
Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 41 (2), 335-357, 1994
4011994
Distribution, size and bacterial colonization of transparent exopolymer particles (TEP) in the ocean
U Passow, AL Alldredge
Marine Ecology Progress Series, 185-198, 1994
3431994
Distribution, abundance, and substrate preferences of demersal reef zooplankton at Lizard Island Lagoon, Great Barrier Reef
AL Alldredge, JM King
Marine Biology 41 (4), 317-333, 1977
3251977
Underwater observations of gelatinous zooplankton: Sampling problems, feeding biology, and behavior 1
WM Hamner, LP Madin, AL Alldredge, RW Gilmer, PP Hamner
Limnology and Oceanography 20 (6), 907-917, 1975
3161975
Effects of moonlight on the vertical migration patterns of demersal zooplankton
AL Alldredge, JM King
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 44 (2), 133-156, 1980
2991980
The origin of transparent exopolymer particles (TEP) and their role in the sedimentation of particulate matter
U Passow, RF Shipe, A Murray, DK Pak, MA Brzezinski, AL Alldredge
Continental Shelf Research 21 (4), 327-346, 2001
2962001
Pelagic tunicates: unique herbivores in the marine plankton
AL Alldredge, LP Madin
Bioscience 32 (8), 655-663, 1982
2881982
Abandoned larvacean houses: a unique food source in the pelagic environment
AL Alldredge
Science 177 (4052), 885-887, 1972
2751972
Bathypelagic marine snow: deep-sea algal and detrital community
MW Silver, S MW, A AL
2621981
Rapid formation and sedimentation of large aggregates is predictable from coagulation rates (half-lives) of transparent exopolymer particles (TEP)
BE Logan, U Passow, AL Alldredge, HP Grossartt, M Simont
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 42 (1), 203-214, 1995
2581995
Discarded appendicularian houses as sources of food, surface habitats, and particulate organic matter in planktonic environments
AL Alldredge
Limnology and Oceanography 21 (1), 14-24, 1976
2561976
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