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Wright, R.H. 1958. The olfactory guidance of flying insects. Can.
Entomol. 90: 81-89.

Bossert, W.H., and E.O. Wilson. 1963. The analysis of olfactory
communication among animals. J. Theor. Biol. 5: 443-469.

Okubo, A. 1980. Diffusion of "smell" and "taste": Chemical
communication. Chapter 4 in A. Okubo Diffusion and Ecological Problems:
Mathematical Models. Springer-Verlag, New York.

Murlis, J., and C.D. Jones. 1981. Fine-scale structure of odour plumes
in relation to insect orientation to distant pheromone and other
attractant sources. Physiol. Entomol. 6: 71-86.

Ingram, C.L., and R.R. Hessler. 1983. Distributional and behavioral
patterns of scavenging amphipods from the central North Pacific. Deep
Sea Res. 30: 683-706.

Zimmer-Faust, R.K., and J.F. Case. 1983. A proposed dual role of odor
in foraging by the California spiny lobster, Panulirus interruptus
(Randall). Biol. Bull. 164: 341-353.

Elkinton, J.S., R.T. Carde, and C.J. Mason. 1984. Evaluation of
time-average dispersion models for estimating pheromone concentration in
a deciduous forest. J. Chem. Ecol. 10: 1081-1108.

Rowe, G.T., M. Sibuet, and A. Vangriesheim. 1986. Domains of occupation
of abyssal scavengers inferred from baited cameras and traps on the
Demerara abyssal plain. Deep Sea Res. 33: 501-522.


Nowell, A.R.M., and P.A. Jumars. 1984. Flow environments of aquatic
benthos. Annu. Rev. Ecol. Syst. 15: 303-328. (This article is still
amazingly timely!).

Nowell, A.R.M., and P.A. Jumars. 1987. Flumes: Theoretical and
experimental considerations for simulation of benthic environments.
Oceanogr. Mar. Biol. Annu. Rev. 25: 91-112.

Butman, C.A. 1987. Larval settlement of soft-sediment invertebrates:
The spatial scales of pattern explained by active habitat selection and
the emerging role of hydrodynamical processes. Oceanogr. Mar. Biol.
Annu. Rev. 25: 113-165.

Denny, M.W. 1988. Biology and Mechanics of the Wave-Swept Environment.
Princeton University Press, Prinseton, NJ.

Zimmer-Faust, R.K. 1989. The relationship between chemoreception and
foraging behavior in crustaceans. Limnol. Oceanogr. 34: 1367-1374.

Westerburg, H. 1991. Properties of aquatic odour plumes, Pp. 45-65. In
K. Doving [ed.], Proceedings of the Tenth International Symposium on
Olfaction and taste. Graphic Communication System, Oslo, Norway.

Pawlik, J.R. 1992. Chemical ecology of the settlement of benthic marine
invertebrates. Oceanogr. Mar. Biol. Annu. Rev. 30: 273-335.

Murlis, J., J.S. Elkinton, and R.T. Carde. 1992. Odor plumes and how
insects use them. Annu. Rev. Entomol. 37: 505-532.


Jackson, G.A. 1987. Simulating chemosensory responses of marine
microorganisms. Limnol. Oceanogr. 32: 1253-1266.

Sainte-Marie, B., and B.T. Hargrave. 1987. Estimation of scavenger
abundance and distance of attraction to bait. Mar. Biol. 94: 431-443.

Himmelman, J.H. 1988. Movement of whelks (Buccinum undatum) towards a
baited trap. Mar. Biol. 97: 521-531.

Zimmer-Faust, R.K., J.M. Stanfill, and S.B. Collard, III. 1988. A fast
multi-channel fluorometer for investigating aquatic chemoreception and
odor trails. Limnol. Oceanogr. 33: 1586-1595.

Jackson, G.A. 1989. Simulation of bacterial attraction and adhesion to
falling particles. Limnol. Oceanogr. 34: 514-530.

Moore, P.A., G.A. Gerhardt, and J. Atema. 1989. High resolution
spatio-temporal analysis of aquatic chemical signals using
microelectrochemical electrodes. Chem. Senses 14: 829-840.

Moore, P.A., and J. Atema. 1991. Spatial information in the
three-dimensional fine structure of an aquatic odor plume. Biol. Bull.
181: 408-418.

Atema, J., P.A. Moore, L.P. Madin, and G.A. Gerhardt. 1991. Subnose-I:
Electrochemical tracking of odor plumes at 900 m beneath the ocean
surface. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 74: 303-306.

Pawlik, J.R., C.A. Butman, and V.R. Starczak. 1991. Hydrodynamic
facilitation of gregarious settlement of a reef-building tube worm.
Science 251: 421-424.

Lapointe, V., and B. Sainte-Marie. 1992. Currents, predators, and the
aggregation of the gastropod Buccinum undatum around bait. Mar. Ecol.
Prog. Ser. 85: 245-257.

Gross, T.F., F.E. Werner, and J.E. Eckman. 1992. Numerical modeling of
larval settlement in turbulent bottom boundary layers. J. Mar. Res. 50:

Butman, C.A., and J.P. Grassle. 1992. Active habitat selection by
Capitella sp. larvae: I. Two-choice experiments in still water and flume
flow. J. Mar. Res. 50: 669-715.

Grassle, J.P., C.A. Butman, and S.W. Mills. 1992. Active habitat
selection by Capitella sp. I larvae: II. Multiple choice experiments in
still water and flume flows. J. Mar. Res. 50: 717-743.

Weissburg, M.J., and R.K. Zimmer-Faust. 1993. Life and death in moving
fluids: Hydrodynamic effects on chemosensory-mediated predation. Ecology
74: 1428-1443.

Bowen, J.D., K.D. Stolzenbach, and S.W. Chisholm. 1993. Simulating
bacterial clustering around phytoplankton cells in a turbulent ocean.
Limnol. Oceanogr. 38: 36-51.

Pawlik, J.R., and C.A. Butman. 1993. Settlement of a marine tube worm
as a function of current velocity: Interacting effects of hydrodynamics
and behavior. Limnol. Oceanogr. 38: 1730-1740.

Vickers, N.J., and T.C. Baker. 1994. Reiterative responses to single
strands of odor promote sustained upwind flight and odor source location
by moths. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 91: 5756-5760.

Turner, E.J., R.K. Zimmer-Faust, M.A. Palmer, M. Luckenbach, and N.D.
Pentcheff. 1994. Settlement of oyster (Crassostrea virginica) larvae:
Effects of water flow and a water soluble chemical cue. Limnol.
Oceanogr. 39: 1579-1593

Eckman, J.E., F.E. Werner, and T.F. Gross. 1994. Modeling some effects
of behavior on larval settlement in a turbulent boundary layer. Deep Sea
Res. 41: 185-208.

Mafra-Neto, A. and R.T. Carde. 1994. Fine-scale structure of pheromone
plumes modulates upwind orientation of flying moths. Nature 369: 142-144.

Weissburg, M.J., and R.K. Zimmer-Faust. 1994. Odor plumes and how blue
crabs use them in finding prey. J. Exp. Biol. 197: 349-375.

Zimmer-Faust, R.K., C.M. Finelli, N.D. Pentcheff, and D.S. Wethey.
1995. Odor plumes and animal navigation in turbulent water flow: A field
study. Biol. Bull. 188: 111-116.

Dusenbury, D.B., and T.W. Snell. 1995. A critical body size for use of
pheromones in mate location. J. Chem. Ecol. 21: 427-438.

Vickers, N.J., and T.C. Baker. 1996. Latencies of behavioral response
to interception of sex pheromone and clean air influence flight tract
shape in Heliothis virescens (F.) males. J. Comp. Physiol. A 178: 831-847.

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