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    1. KOENIGSWALD V.; BRAUN A.; PFEIFFER T.
      Cyanobacteria and seasonal death:A new taphonomic model for the Eocene Messel lake

      Pälaontologische Zeitschrift
    2. Walsh, JJ; Steidinger, KA
      Saharan dust and Florida red tides: The cyanophyte connection

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-OCEANS
    3. Mos, L
      Domoic acid: a fascinating marine toxin

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND PHARMACOLOGY
    4. Van Dolah, FM; Roelke, D; Greene, RM
      Health and ecological impacts of harmful algal blooms: Risk assessment needs

      HUMAN AND ECOLOGICAL RISK ASSESSMENT
    5. Walsh, JJ; Penta, B; Dieterle, DA; Bissett, WP
      Predictive ecological modeling of harmful algal blooms

      HUMAN AND ECOLOGICAL RISK ASSESSMENT
    6. Howard, A
      Modeling movement patterns of the cyanobacterium, Microcystis

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    7. Coyne, KJ; Hutchins, DA; Hare, CE; Cary, SC
      Assessing temporal and spatial variability in Pfiesteria piscicida distributions using molecular probing techniques

      AQUATIC MICROBIAL ECOLOGY
    8. Pierce, RH; Kirkpatrick, GJ
      Innovative techniques for harmful algal toxin analysis

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    9. Nelson, TA; Lee, A
      A manipulative experiment demonstrates that blooms of the macroalga Ulvaria obscura can reduce eelgrass shoot density

      AQUATIC BOTANY
    10. Oke, PR; Middleton, JH
      Nutrient enrichment off Port Stephens: The role of the East Australian current

      CONTINENTAL SHELF RESEARCH
    11. Joordens, JCA; Souza, AJ; Visser, A
      The influence of tidal straining and wind on suspended matter and phytoplankton distribution in the Rhine outflow region

      CONTINENTAL SHELF RESEARCH
    12. Yoder, JA; O'Reilly, JE; Barnard, AH; Moore, TS; Ruhsam, CM
      Variability in coastal zone color scanner (CZCS) Chlorophyll imagery of ocean margin waters off the US East Coast

      CONTINENTAL SHELF RESEARCH
    13. Dale, B
      The sedimentary record of dinoflagellate cysts: looking back into the future of phytoplankton blooms

      SCIENTIA MARINA
    14. Vila, M; Garces, E; Maso, M; Camp, J
      Is the distribution of the toxic dinoflagellate Alexandrium catenella expanding along the NW Mediterranean coast

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    15. Pan, YL; Parsons, ML; Busman, M; Moeller, PDR; Dortch, Q; Powell, CL; Doucette, GJ
      Pseudo-nitzschia sp cf. pseudodelicatissima - a confirmed producer of domoic acid from the northern Gulf of Mexico

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    16. Gobler, CJ; Sanudo-Wilhelmy, SA
      Temporal variability of groundwater seepage and brown tide blooms in a Long Island embayment

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    17. Sengco, MR; Li, AS; Tugend, K; Kulis, D; Anderson, DM
      Removal of red- and brown-tide cells using clay flocculation. I. Laboratory culture experiments with Gymnodinium breve and Aureococcus anophagefferens

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    18. Gobler, CJ; Sanudo-Wilhelmy, SA
      Effects of organic carbon, organic nitrogen, inorganic nutrients, and ironadditions on the growth of phytoplankton and bacteria during a brown tide bloom

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    19. Smayda, TJ; Reynolds, CS
      Community assembly in marine phytoplankton: application of recent models to harmful dinoflagellate blooms

      JOURNAL OF PLANKTON RESEARCH
    20. Evens, TJ; Kirkpatrick, GJ; Millie, DF; Chapman, DJ; Schofield, OME
      Photophysiological responses of the toxic red-tide dinoflagellate Gymnodinium breve (Dinophyceae) under natural sunlight

      JOURNAL OF PLANKTON RESEARCH
    21. Shoemaker, RC; Hudnell, HK
      Possible estuary-associated syndrome: Symptoms, vision, and treatment

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    22. Samet, J; Bignami, GS; Feldman, R; Hawkins, W; Neff, J; Smayda, T
      Pfiesteria: Review of the science and identification of research gaps. Report for the National Center for Environmental Health, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    23. Magnien, RE
      State monitoring activities related to Pfiesteria-like organisms

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    24. Shoemaker, RC
      Residential and recreational acquisition of possible estuary-associated syndrome: A new approach to successful diagnosis and treatment

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    25. Rose, JB; Epstein, PR; Lipp, EK; Sherman, BH; Bernard, SM; Patz, JA
      Climate variability and change in the United States: Potential impacts on water- and foodborne diseases caused by microbiologic agents

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    26. Everbecq, E; Gosselain, V; Viroux, L; Descy, JP
      Potamon: A dynamic model for predicting phytoplankton composition and biomass in lowland rivers

      WATER RESEARCH
    27. Velez, P; Sierralta, J; Alcayaga, C; Fonseca, M; Loyola, H; Johns, DC; Tomaselli, GF; Marban, E; Suarez-Isla, BA
      A functional assay for paralytic shellfish toxins that uses recombinant sodium channels

      TOXICON
    28. Lehane, L
      Paralytic shellfish poisoning: a potential public health problem

      MEDICAL JOURNAL OF AUSTRALIA
    29. Perovic, S; Tretter, L; Brummer, F; Wetzler, C; Brenner, J; Donner, G; Schroder, HC; Muller, WEG
      Dinoflagellates from marine algal blooms produce neurotoxic compounds: effects on free calcium levels in neuronal cells and synaptosomes

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND PHARMACOLOGY
    30. Olding, DD
      Algal communities as a biological indicator of stormwater management pond performance and function

      WATER QUALITY RESEARCH JOURNAL OF CANADA
    31. Sharma, VK; Rhudy, KB; Millero, FJ
      Diurnal variation of Texas "brown tide" (Aureoumbra lagunensis) in relation to metals

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND HEALTH PART A-TOXIC/HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES & ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
    32. Lamon, EC; Clyde, MA
      Accounting for model uncertainty in prediction of chlorophyll a in Lake Okeechobee

      JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL BIOLOGICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL STATISTICS
    33. Yih, W; Coats, DW
      Infection of Gymnodinium sanguineum by the dinoflagellate Amoebophrya sp.:Effect of nutrient environment on parasite generation time, reproduction, and infectivity

      JOURNAL OF EUKARYOTIC MICROBIOLOGY
    34. Stoecker, DK; Stevens, K; Gustafson, DE
      Grazing on Pfiesteria piscicida by microzooplankton

      AQUATIC MICROBIAL ECOLOGY
    35. Ennet, P; Kuosa, H; Tamsalu, R
      The influence of upwelling and entrainment on the algal bloom in the Baltic Sea

      JOURNAL OF MARINE SYSTEMS
    36. Kuwata, A; Miyazaki, T
      Effects of ammonium supply rates on competition between Microcystis novacekii (Cyanobacteria) and Scenadesmus quadricauda (Chlorophyta): simulation study

      ECOLOGICAL MODELLING
    37. Erard-Le Denn, E; Chretiennot-Dinet, MJ; Probert, I
      First report of parasitism on the toxic dinoflagellate Alexandrium minutumHalim

      ESTUARINE COASTAL AND SHELF SCIENCE
    38. Turner, JT; Doucette, GJ; Powell, CL; Kulis, DM; Keafer, BA; Anderson, DM
      Accumulation of red tide toxins in larger size fractions of zooplankton assemblages from Massachusetts Bay, USA

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    39. Schories, D; Anibal, J; Chapman, AS; Herre, E; Isaksson, I; Lillebo, AI; Pihl, L; Reise, K; Sprung, M; Thiel, M
      Flagging greens: hydrobiid snails as substrata for the development of green algal mats (Enteromorpha spp.) on tidal flats of North Atlantic coasts

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    40. Trigueros, JM; Orive, E
      Tidally driven distribution of phytoplankton blooms in a shallow, macrotidal estuary

      JOURNAL OF PLANKTON RESEARCH
    41. Li, AS; Stoecker, DK; Coats, DW
      Spatial and temporal aspects of Gyrodinium galatheanum in Chesapeake Bay: distribution and mixotrophy

      JOURNAL OF PLANKTON RESEARCH
    42. Gulin, SB
      Recent changes of biogenic carbonate deposition in anoxic sediments of theBlack Sea: sedimentary record and climatic implication

      MARINE ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH
    43. Van Dolah, FM
      Marine algal toxins: Origins, health effects, and their increased occurrence

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    44. Doucette, GJ; Powell, CL; Do, EU; Byon, CY; Cleves, F; McClain, SG
      Evaluation of 11-[H-3]-tetrodotoxin use in a heterologous receptor bindingassay for PSP toxins

      TOXICON
    45. Oldach, DW; Delwiche, CF; Jakobsen, KS; Tengs, T; Brown, EG; Kempton, JW; Schaefer, EF; Bowers, HA; Glasgow, HB; Burkholder, JM; Steidinger, KA; Rublee, PA
      Heteroduplex mobility assay-guided sequence discovery: Elucidation of the small subunit (18S) rDNA sequences of Pfiesteria piscicida and related dinoflagellates from complex algal culture and environmental sample DNA pools

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    46. Kirkpatrick, GJ; Millie, DF; Moline, MA; Schofield, O
      Optical discrimination of a phytoplankton species in natural mixed populations

      LIMNOLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY
    47. Moisander, PH; Paerl, HW
      Growth, primary productivity, and nitrogen fixation potential of Nodulariaspp. (Cyanophyceae) in water from a subtropical estuary in the United States

      JOURNAL OF PHYCOLOGY
    48. Dokulil, MT; Teubner, K
      Cyanobacterial dominance in lakes

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    49. Arancibia-Avila, P; Coleman, JR; Russin, WA; Wilcox, LW; Graham, JM; Graham, LE
      Effects of pH on cell morphology and carbonic anhydrase activity and localization in bloom-forming Mougeotia (Chlorophyta, Charophyceae)

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    50. Mohamed, ZA; Carmichael, WW
      Seasonal variation in microcystin levels of river Nile water at Sohag City, Egypt

      ANNALES DE LIMNOLOGIE-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LIMNOLOGY
    51. Hood, RR; Wang, HV; Purcell, JE; Houde, ED; Harding, LW
      Modeling particles and pelagic organisms in Chesapeake Bay: Convergent features control plankton distributions

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-OCEANS
    52. Stoecker, DK
      Mixotrophy among dinoflagellates

      JOURNAL OF EUKARYOTIC MICROBIOLOGY
    53. Giesenhagen, HC; Detmer, AE; de Wall, J; Weber, A; Gradinger, RR; Jochem, FJ
      How are Antarctic planktonic microbial food webs and algal blooms affectedby melting of sea ice? Microcosm simulations

      AQUATIC MICROBIAL ECOLOGY
    54. Perovic, S; Wetzler, C; Brummer, F; Elbrachter, M; Tretter, L; Wichels, A; Muller, WEG; Schroder, HC
      Changes of ICE protease activities caused by toxic supernatants of dinoflagellates (Prorocentrum species) from marine algal blooms

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PROTISTOLOGY
    55. Schramm, W
      Factors influencing seaweed responses to eutrophication: some results fromEU-project EUMAC

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYCOLOGY
    56. Hussain, N; Church, TM; Kim, G
      Use of Rn-222 and Ra-226 to trace groundwater discharge into the Chesapeake Bay

      MARINE CHEMISTRY
    57. Cloot, AHJ; Pieterse, AJH
      Modelling phytoplankton in the Vaal River (South Africa)

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    58. Rhudy, KB; Sharma, VK; Lehman, RL; McKee, DA
      Seasonal variability of the Texas 'brown tide' (Aureoumbra lagunensis) in relation to environmental parameters

      ESTUARINE COASTAL AND SHELF SCIENCE
    59. Lennert-Cody, CE; Franks, PJS
      Plankton patchiness in high-frequency internal waves

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    60. Paerl, HW; Willey, JD; Go, M; Peierls, BL; Pinckney, JL; Fogel, ML
      Rainfall stimulation of primary production in western Atlantic Ocean waters: roles of different nitrogen sources and co-limiting nutrients

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    61. Garces, E; Maso, M; Camp, J
      A recurrent and localized dinoflagellate bloom in Mediterranean beach

      JOURNAL OF PLANKTON RESEARCH
    62. Harvell, CD; Kim, K; Burkholder, JM; Colwell, RR; Epstein, PR; Grimes, DJ; Hofmann, EE; Lipp, EK; Osterhaus, ADME; Overstreet, RM; Porter, JW; Smith, GW; Vasta, GR
      Review: Marine ecology - Emerging marine diseases - Climate links and anthropogenic factors

      SCIENCE
    63. Lee, JHW; Arega, F
      Eutrophication dynamics of Tolo Harbour, Hong Kong

      MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN
    64. Thornton, DCO; Santillo, D; Thake, B
      Prediction of sporadic mucilaginous algal blooms in the Northern Adriatic sea

      MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN
    65. Lohrenz, SE; Fahnenstiel, GL; Kirkpatrick, GJ; Carroll, CL; Kelly, KA
      Microphotometric assessment of spectral absorption and its potential application for characterization of harmful algal species

      JOURNAL OF PHYCOLOGY
    66. Schofield, O; Grzymski, J; Bissett, WP; Kirkpatrick, GJ; Millie, DF; Moline, M; Roesler, CS
      Optical monitoring and forecasting systems for harmful algal blooms: Possibility or pipe dream?

      JOURNAL OF PHYCOLOGY
    67. Lewitus, AJ; Glasgow, HB; Burkholder, JM
      Kleptoplastidy in the toxic dinoflagellate Pfiesteria piscicida (Dinophyceae)

      JOURNAL OF PHYCOLOGY
    68. Daldorph, PWG
      A reservoir in management-induced transition between ecological states

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    69. Rivasseau, C; Hennion, MC
      Potential of immunoextraction coupled to analytical and bioanalytical methods (liquid chromatography, ELISA kit and phosphatase inhibition test) for an improved environmental monitoring of cyanobacterial toxins

      ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA
    70. PAERL HW
      STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF ANTHROPOGENICALLY ALTERED MICROBIAL COMMUNITIES IN COASTAL WATERS

      CURRENT OPINION IN MICROBIOLOGY
    71. SMAYDA TJ
      PATTERNS OF VARIABILITY CHARACTERIZING MARINE-PHYTOPLANKTON, WITH EXAMPLES FROM NARRAGANSETT BAY

      ICES journal of marine science (Print)
    72. BURKHOLDER JM
      IMPLICATIONS OF HARMFUL MICROALGAE AND HETEROTROPHIC DINOFLAGELLATES IN MANAGEMENT OF SUSTAINABLE MARINE FISHERIES

      Ecological applications
    73. Babaran, RP; Espinosa, RA; Abalos, TU
      Initiating and triggering mechanisms causing harmful algal blooms

      JOURNAL OF SHELLFISH RESEARCH
    74. BANENS RJ; DAVIS JR
      COMPREHENSIVE APPROACHES TO EUTROPHICATION MANAGEMENT - THE AUSTRALIAN EXAMPLE

      Water science and technology
    75. GLADYSHEV MI; SUSHCHIK NN; KALACHOVA GS; SHCHUR LA
      THE EFFECT OF ALGAL BLOOMS ON THE DISAPPEARANCE OF PHENOL IN A SMALL FOREST POND

      Water research (Oxford)
    76. LAROCHE J; NUZZI R; WATERS R; WYMAN K; FALKOWSKI PG; WALLACE DWR
      BROWN-TIDE BLOOMS IN LONG-ISLAND COASTAL WATERS LINKED TO INTERANNUALVARIABILITY IN GROUNDWATER-FLOW

      Global change biology
    77. PINCKNEY JL; MILLIE DF; VINYARD BT; PAERL HW
      ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS OF PHYTOPLANKTON BLOOM DYNAMICS IN THE NEUSE RIVER ESTUARY, NORTH-CAROLINA, USA

      Canadian journal of fisheries and aquatic sciences
    78. RECKNAGEL F; FRENCH M; HARKONEN P; YABUNAKA K
      ARTIFICIAL NEURAL-NETWORK APPROACH FOR MODELING AND PREDICTION OF ALGAL BLOOMS

      Ecological modelling
    79. HERATH G
      FRESH-WATER ALGAL BLOOMS AND THEIR CONTROL - COMPARISON OF THE EUROPEAN AND AUSTRALIAN EXPERIENCE

      Journal of environmental management
    80. SANDERS R; KLEIN C; JICKELLS T
      BIOGEOCHEMICAL NUTRIENT CYCLING IN THE UPPER GREAT OUSE ESTUARY, NORFOLK, UK

      Estuarine, coastal and shelf science
    81. CLEGG H; HORSFIELD B; STASIUK L; FOWLER M; VLIEX M
      GEOCHEMICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF ORGANIC-MATTER IN KEG RIVER FORMATION(ELK POINT GROUP, MIDDLE DEVONIAN), LA CRETE BASIN, WESTERN CANADA

      Organic geochemistry
    82. TYRRELL JV; BERGQUIST PR; SAUL DJ; MACKENZIE L; BERGQUIST PL
      OLIGONUCLEOTIDE PROBE TECHNOLOGY AS APPLIED TO THE STUDY OF HARMFUL ALGAL BLOOMS

      New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research
    83. BRICELJ VM; LONSDALE DJ
      AUREOCOCCUS ANOPHAGEFFERENS - CAUSES AND ECOLOGICAL CONSEQUENCES OF BROWN TIDES IN US MID-ATLANTIC COASTAL WATERS

      Limnology and oceanography
    84. SMAYDA TJ
      WHAT IS A BLOOM - A COMMENTARY

      Limnology and oceanography
    85. DEYOE HR; STOCKWELL DA; BIDIGARE RR; LATASA M; JOHNSON PW; HARGRAVES PE; SUTTLE CA
      DESCRIPTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF THE ALGAL SPECIES AUREOUMBRA-LAGUNENSIS GEN. ET SP. NOV. AND REFERRAL OF AUREOUMBRA AND AUREOCOCCUS TO THE PELAGOPHYCEAE

      Journal of phycology
    86. OCHOA JL; SANCHEZPAZ A; CRUZVILLACORTA A; NUNEZVAZQUEZ E; SIERRABELTRAN A
      TOXIC EVENTS IN THE NORTHWEST PACIFIC COASTLINE OF MEXICO DURING 1992-1995 - ORIGIN AND IMPACT

      Hydrobiologia
    87. ASAEDA T; PRIYANTHA DGN; SAITOH S; GOTOH K
      A NEW TECHNIQUE FOR CONTROLLING ALGAL BLOOMS IN THE WITHDRAWAL ZONE OF RESERVOIRS USING VERTICAL CURTAINS

      Ecological engineering
    88. ROENNEBERG T; REHMAN J
      NITRATE, A NONPHOTIC SIGNAL FOR THE CIRCADIAN SYSTEM

      The FASEB journal
    89. GIACOBBE MG; OLIVA FD; MAIMONE G
      ENVIRONMENTAL-FACTORS AND SEASONAL OCCURRENCE OF THE DINOFLAGELLATE ALEXANDRIUM-MINUTUM, A PSP POTENTIAL PRODUCER, IN A MEDITERRANEAN LAGOON

      Estuarine, coastal and shelf science
    90. EDWARDS A; JONES K; GRAHAM JM; GRIFFITHS CR; MACDOUGALL N; PATCHING J; RICHARD JM; RAINE R
      TRANSIENT COASTAL UPWELLING AND WATER CIRCULATION IN BANTRY-BAY, A RIA ON THE SOUTH-WEST COAST OF IRELAND

      Estuarine, coastal and shelf science
    91. MAHONEY JB; MCGHEE JA; MCNULTY JK
      COMPARISON OF SUITABILITY OF GREAT-BAY, NEW-JERSEY, AND PARSONAGE-CREEK, NEW-YORK, FOR ALEXANDRIUM-TAMARENSE

      The Journal of eukaryotic microbiology
    92. SCHUBERT H; FORSTER RM; SAGERT S
      IN-SITU MEASUREMENT OF STATE TRANSITION IN CYANOBACTERIAL BLOOMS - KINETICS AND EXTENT OF THE STATE CHANGE IN RELATION TO UNDERWATER LIGHT AND VERTICAL MIXING

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    93. BUSKEY EJ; HYATT CJ
      EFFECTS OF THE TEXAS (USA) BROWN-TIDE ALGA ON PLANKTONIC GRAZERS

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    94. LEE HS; LEE JHW
      CONTINUOUS MONITORING OF SHORT-TERM DISSOLVED-OXYGEN AND ALGAL DYNAMICS

      Water research
    95. MEHNER T; BENNDORF J
      EUTROPHICATION - A SUMMARY OF OBSERVED EFFECTS AND POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS

      AQUA
    96. STOCKS D; HUNT R; CONNOR H; AGAR G; CROSS R
      RECONSTRUCTION OF WINDERMERE SEWAGE-TREATMENT WORKS

      Journal of the Institution of Water and Environmental Management
    97. KAUR K; BOTT TR; HEATHCOTE GR; KEAY G; LEADBEATER BSC
      TREATMENT OF ALGAL-LADEN WATER - PILOT-PLANT EXPERIENCES

      Journal of the Institution of Water and Environmental Management
    98. FOLKE C; KAUTSKY N; TROELL M
      THE COSTS OF EUTROPHICATION FROM SALMON FARMING - IMPLICATIONS FOR POLICY

      Journal of environmental management
    99. JASSBY AD; POWELL TM
      HYDRODYNAMIC INFLUENCES ON INTERANNUAL CHLOROPHYLL VARIABILITY IN AN ESTUARY - UPPER SAN-FRANCISCO BAY DELTA (CALIFORNIA, USA)

      Estuarine, coastal and shelf science
    100. NIXON SW; GRANGER SL; TAYLOR DI; JOHNSON PW; BUCKLEY BA
      SUBTIDAL VOLUME FLUXES, NUTRIENT INPUTS AND THE BROWN TIDE - AN ALTERNATE HYPOTHESIS

      Estuarine, coastal and shelf science


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