Publications

 

REFERENCES TO RECENT PUBLICATIONS RELATING TO CRP ACTIVITIES [post 2005]

Adams, N.G., MacFadyen, A., Hickey, B.M., Trainer, V.L. (2006). The nearshore advection of a toxigenic Pseudo-nitzschia bloom and subsequent domoic acid contamination of intertidal bivalves. In: Pitcher, G.C., T.A. Probyn and H.M. Verheye (Eds), African Journal Marine Science, 28(2), 271-276.

Álvarez-Salgado X.A, Labarta, U., Fernández-Reiriz, M.J., Figueiras, F.G., Rosón, G., Piedracoba, S., Filgueira, R., Cabanas, J.M. (2008) Renewal time and the impact of harmful algal blooms on the extensive mussel raft culture of the Iberian coastal upwelling system (SW Europe). Harmful Algae, 7: 849-855.

Anderson, C.R., Brzezinski, M.A., Washburn, L., Kudela, R. (2006). Mesoscale circulation effects on a toxic diatom bloom in the Santa Barbara Channel, California. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 327, 119-133

Anderson CR, Sapiano MRP, Prasad MBK, Long W, Tango PJ, Brown CW, Murtugudde R (2010) Predicting potentially toxigenic Pseudo-nitzschia blooms in the Chesapeake Bay. Journal of Marine Systems In Press, Corrected Proof

Armstrong, M.D., Kudela, R. (2006). Evaluation of California isolates of Lingulodinium polyedrum for the production of yessotoxin. In: Pitcher, G.C., T.A. Probyn and H.M. Verheye (Eds), African Journal of Marine Science, 28(2), 399-402

Bates, S.S., Trainer, V.L. (2006). Diatoms. In: Graneli, E., and Turner, J.T. (eds.). Ecology of Harmful Algae. vol. 189. 440 pp

Baugh, K.A., Bush, J.M., Bill, B.D., Lefebvre, K.A., Trainer, V.L. (2006). Estimates of specific toxicity in several Pseudo-nitzschia species from the Washington coast, based on culture and field studies. In Pitcher, G.C., T.A. Probyn and H.M. Verheye (Eds), African Journal Marine Science, 28(2) 403-407

Bernard, S., Kudela, R.M., Franks, P., Fennel, W., Kemp, A., Fawcett, A., Pitcher, G.C. (2006). The requirement for forecasting harmful algal blooms in the Benguela. In V. Shannon, G. Hempel, P. Malanotte-Rizzoli, C. Moloney and J. Woods (eds.). Large Marine Ecosystems, Elsevier, 14, 273-294

Bill, B.D., Cox, F.H., Horner, R.A., Borchert, J.A., Trainer, V.L. (2006). The first closure of shellfish harvesting due to domoic acid in Puget Sound, Washington, USA. In Harmful Algae 2004. Pitcher, G.C., T.A. Probyn and H.M. Verheye (Eds), African Journal Marine Science, 28(2), 437-442

Cochlan WP, Herndon J, Kudela RM (2008) Inorganic and organic nitrogen uptake by the toxigenic diatom Pseudo-nitzschia australis (Bacillariophyceae). Harmful Algae 8:111-118

Crespo B.G., Figueiras, F.G. (2007) A spring poleward current and its influence on microplankton assemblages and harmful dinoflagellates on the western Iberian coast. Harmful Algae, 6: 686-699.

Crespo B.G., Figueiras, F.G., Groom, S. (2007) Role of across-shelf currents in the dynamics of harmful dinoflagellate blooms in the northwestern Iberian upwelling. Limnology and Ocenography, 52: 2668-2678.

Crespo B.G., Figueiras, F.G., Porras, P., Teixeira, I.G. (2006). Downwelling and dominance of autochthonous dinoflagellates in the NW Iberian margin: The example of the Ría de Vigo. Harmful Algae, 5: 770-781.

Crespo B.G., Teixeira, I.G., Figueiras, F.G., Castro, C.G. (2008) Microplankton composition off NW Iberia at the end of the upwelling season: source areas of harmful dinoflagellate blooms. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 355: 31-43.

Crespo, B.G., Figueiras, F.G. (2007). A spring poleward current and its influence on microplankton assemblages and harmful dinoflagellates on the western Iberian coast. Harmful Algae 6(5): 686-699.

Crespo, B.G., Figueiras, F.G., Porras, P., Teixeira, I.G. (2006). Downwelling and dominance of autochthonous dinoflagellates in the NW Iberian margin: The example of the Ría de Vigo. Harmful Algae, 5, 770-781

Dierssen, H.M., Kudela, R.M., Ryan, J.P., Zimmerman, R.C. (2006). Red and black tides: Quantitative analysis of water-leaving radiance and perceived color for phytoplankton, colored dissolved organic matter, and suspended sediments. Limnology and Oceanography, 51(6), 2647-2659

Escalera, L., B. Reguera, Y. Pazos, A. Moroño and J.M. Cabanas (2006). Are different species of Dinophysis selected by climatological conditions? Afr. J. Mar. Sci. 28 (2): 283–288

Escalera, L., Reguera, B., Moita, T., Pazos, Y., Cerejo, M., Cabanas, J.M., Ruiz-Villarreal, M. (2010) Bloom dynamics of Dinophysis acuta in an upwelling system: In situ growth versus transport. Harmful Algae 9: 312-322.

Escalera, L., Reguera, B., Pazos, Y., Moroño, A., Cabanas, J.M. (2006). Are different species of Dinophysis selected by climatological conditions? African Journal of Marine Science, 28 (2), 283–288

Fawcett, A., Bernard, S., Pitcher, G., Probyn, T., Du Randt, A. (2006). Real-time monitoring of harmful algal blooms in the southern Benguela. In Harmful Algae 2004. Pitcher, G.C., T.A. Probyn and H.M. Verheye (Eds), African Journal of Marien Science, 28, 257-260

Fawcett, A., Pitcher, G.C., Bernard, S., Cembella, A.D. Kudela, R. (In Press). Contrasting wind patterns and algal toxins in the southern Benguela upwelling system. Marine Ecology Progress Series.

Figueiras, F.G., Pitcher, G.C., Estrada, M. (2006). Harmful algal bloom dynamics in relation to physical processes. In: Ecological Studies, vol 189, Ecology of harmful algae. E. Granéli and J. Turner (eds). Springer Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg, pp. 127-138

Gentien, P., Donaghay, P., Yamasaki, H.,. Raine, R., Reguera, B. Osborn, T. (2005). Harmful Algal Blooms in stratified environments. Oceanography 18(2): 152-163.

Hickey, B., MacFadyen, A., Cochlan, W., Kudela, R., Bruland, K., Trick, C. (2006). Evolution of chemical, biological, and physical water properties in the northern California current in 2005: remote or local wind forcing? Geophysical Research Letters, 35, L22S02

Howard, M.D.A., Ladizinsky, N., Cochlan, W.P., Kudela, R.M. (2007). Nitrogenous preference of toxigenic Pseudo-nitzschia australis (Bacillariophyceae) from field and laboratory experiments. Harmful Algae, 6, 206-217

Howard, MDA, GJ Smith, and RM Kudela. 2009. Phylogenetic relationships of yessotoxin-producing dinoflagellates based on the large subunit and internal transcribed spacer ribosomal DNA. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 75: 54-63, doi:10.1128/AEM.00818-08.

Jessup DA, MA Miller, JP Ryan, HM Nevins, HA Kerkering, A Mekebri, DB Crane, TA Johnson, and RM Kudela. 2009. Mass stranding of marine birds caused by a surfactant-producing red tide. Public Library of Science—ONE, 4(2): e4550. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0004550

Joyce, L., Pitcher, G.C. (2006). The role of cyst germination in the initiation of Alexandrium catenella blooms on the west coast of South Africa: characteristics of cyst germination. In Harmful Algae 2004. Pitcher, G.C., T.A. Probyn and H.M. Verheye (Eds), African Journal of Marine Science, 28, 295-298

Joyce, L., Pitcher, G.C., Du Randt, A. Monteiro, P.M.S. (2005). Dinoflagellate cysts in the surface sediments of Saldanha Bay, South Africa: an indication of the potential risk of harmful algal blooms. Harmful Algae, 4, 309-318

Kahru M, Kudela R, Manzano-Sarabia M, Mitchell B (2009) Trends in primary production in the California Current detected with satellite data. Journal of Geophysical Research 114:C02004, doi:02010.01029/02008JC004979

Krock, B., Alpermann, T., Tillmann, U., Pitcher, G.C., Cembella, A.D. (2006). Yessotoxin profiles of the marine dinoflagellates Protoceratium reticulatum and Gonyaulax spinifera. Proceedings of the 12th International Confererence on Harmful Algae, pp. 303-305.

Kudela, R.M. (2008). Silicon:nitrogen interactions in the marine environment. In D. Bronk, M. Mulholland, D. Capone and E. Carpenter (eds). Nitrogen in the Marine Environment. Academic Press, pp. 1561-1598.

Kudela R, Banas N, Barth J, Frame E, Jay D, Largier J, Lessard E, Peterson T, Vander Woude A (2008) New insights into the controls and mechanisms of plankton productivity in coastal upwelling waters of the northern California Current System. Oceanography 21:40-54

Kudela, R.M., Garfield, N., Bruland, K.W. (2006). Bio-optical signatures and biogeochemistry from intense upwelling and relaxation in coastal California. Deep-Sea Research II, 53, 2999-3022

Kudela RM, Howard MDA, Jenkins BD, Miller PE, Smith GJ (2010) Using the molecular toolbox to compare harmful algal blooms in upwelling systems. Progress In Oceanography 85:108-121

Kudela RM, Lane JQ, Cochlan WP (2008) The potential role of anthropogenically derived nitrogen in the growth of harmful algae in California, USA. Harmful Algae 8:103-110

Kudela, R., Pitcher, G., Probyn, T., Figueiras, F., Moita, T., Trainer, V. (2005). Harmful Algal Blooms in coastal upwelling systems. Oceanography, 18(2), 184-197

Kudela, R.M., Ryan, J.P., Blakely, M., Lane, J.Q., Peterson, T.D. (2008). Linking the physiology and ecology of Cochlodinium to better understand harmful algal bloom events: a comparative approach. Harmful Algae

Kudela RM, Seeyave S, Cochlan WP (2010) The role of nutrients in regulation and promotion of harmful algal blooms in upwelling systems. Progress In Oceanography 85:122-135

Largier J, Lawrence C, Roughan M, Kaplan D, Dever E, Dorman C, Kudela R, Bollens S, Wilkerson F, Dugdale R, Botsford L, Garfield N, Kuebel-Cervantes B, Koracin D (2006) WEST: a northern California study of the role of wind-driven transport in the productivity of coastal plankton communities. Deep-Sea Research II 53:2833-2849

Koracin, D. (2006). WEST: a northern California study of the role of wind-driven transport in the productivity of coastal plankton communities. Deep-Sea Research II, 53, 2833-2849

Lane JQ, Raimondi PT, Kudela RM (2009) Development of a logistic regression model for prediction of toxigenic Pseudo-nitzschia blooms in Monterey Bay, California. Marine Ecology Progress Series 383:37-51

MacFadyen, A., Hickey, B.M., Foreman, M.G.G. (2005). Transport of surface waters from the Juan de Fuca eddy region to the Washington coast. Continental Shelf Research, 25, 2008-2021

Monteiro, P.M.S., Van Der Plas, A.K., Bailey, G.W., Malanotte-Rizzoli, P., Duncombe Rae, C.M., Byrnes, D., Pitcher, G., Florenchie, P., Penven, P., Fitzpatrick, J., Lass, H.U. (2006). Low Oxygen Water (LOW) Forcing Scales Amenable to Forecasting in the Benguela Ecosystem. In Benguela: Predicting a large marine ecosystem. Shannon, V., G. Hempel, P. Malanotte-Rizzoli, C. Moloney and J. Woods, (Eds), Elsevier, Vol. 14: 295-308.

Nogueira, E., Figueiras, F.G. (2005). The microplankton succession in the Ría de Vigo revisited: species assemblages and the role of the weather-induced, hydrodynamic variability. Journal of Marine Systems, 54, 139-155

Pitcher G, Pillar S (2010) Harmful algal blooms in eastern boundary upwelling systems. Progress In Oceanography 85:1-4

Pitcher GC, Figueiras FG, Hickey BM, Moita MT (2010) The physical oceanography of upwelling systems and the development of harmful algal blooms. Progress In Oceanography 85:5-32

Pitcher, G.C. (2008). Real-time coastal observing systems for ecosystem dynamics and harmful algal blooms: the needs and expectations of the user. In: Real-time coastal observing systems for ecosystem dynamics and harmful algal blooms. Babin, M., C. Roesler and J. Cullen (Eds), UNESCO.

Pitcher, G.C., Cembella, A.D. Joyce, L.B., Larsen, J. and C. Ruiz Sebastian (2007). The dinoflagellate Alexandrium minutum in Cape Town harbour (South Africa): bloom characteristics, phylogenetic analysis and toxin composition. Harmful Algae 6(6): 823-836.

Pitcher G, Joyce L (2009) Dinoflagellate cyst production on the southern Namaqua shelf of the Benguela upwelling system. J. Plankton Res 31:865-875

Pitcher, G.C., Nelson, G. (2006). Characteristics of the surface boundary layer important to the development of red tide on the southern Namaqua shelf of the Benguela upwelling system. Limnology and Oceanography, 51, 2660-2674

Pitcher, G.C., Weeks,S. J. (2006). The variability and potential for prediction of Harmful Algal Blooms in the southern Benguela ecosystem. In Benguela: Predicting a large marien ecosystem. Shannon, V., G. Hempel, P. Malanotte-Rizzoli, C. Moloney and J. Woods, (Eds), Elsevier, 14, 125-146

Pizarro-Nova G., Escalera, L., González-Gil, S., Franco, J.M., Reguera, B. (2008). Growth, behaviour and cell toxin quota of Dinophysis acuta Ehrenberg during a daily cycle. Mar. Ecol. Progr. Ser. 353: 89-105.

Pizarro, G., Paz, B., González-Gil, S., Franco, J.M., Reguera, B. (2009) Seasonal variability of lipophilic toxins during a Dinophysis acuta bloom in Western Iberia: Differences between picked cells and plankton concentrates. Harmful Algae 8: 926-937.

Raho, N., Pizarro, G., Escalera, L., Reguera, B., Marín, L. (2008). Morphology, toxin composition and molecular analysis of Dinophysis ovum Schütt, a dinoflagellate of the “Dinophysis acuminata complex” Harmful Algae 7(6): 839-848.

Reguera, B., González-Gil, S., Delgado, M. (In press).  Dinophysis diegensis Kofoid is a life history stage of Dinophysis caudata Kent (Dinophyceae, Dinophysiales). Journal of Phycology

Ruiz Sebastian, C., Etheridge, S.M., P.A. Cook, P.A., O’Ryan, C., Pitcher, G.C. (2005). Phylogenetic analysis of toxic Alexandrium (Dinophyceae) isolates from South Africa: implications for the global phylogeography of the Alexandrium tamarense species complex. Phycologia, 44, 49-60

Ryan, J.P., Dierssen, H.M., Kudela, R.M., Scholin, C.A., Johnson, K.S., Sullivan, J.M., Fischer, A.M., Rienecker, E.V., McEnaney, P.R., Chavez, F.P. (2005). Coastal ocean physics and red tides: An example from Monterey Bay, California. Oceanography, 18(2), 214-223

Ryan J, Fischer A, Kudela R, Gower J, King S, Marin III R, Chavez F (2009) Influences of upwelling and downwelling winds on red tide bloom dynamics in Monterey Bay, California. Cont Shelf Res 29:785-795

Ryan J, Gower J, King S, BIssett W, Fischer A, Kudela R, Kolber Z, Mazzillo F, Rienecker EV, Chavez F (2008) A coastal ocean extreme bloom incubator. Geophysical Research Letters 35:L12602

Ryan J, McManus M, Paduan J, Chavez F (2008) Phytoplankton thin layers caused by shear in frontal zones of a coastal upwelling system. Marine Ecology Progress Series 354:21-34

Smayda TJ (2010) Adaptations and selection of harmful and other dinoflagellate species in upwelling systems. 2. Motility and migratory behaviour. Progress In Oceanography 85:71-91

Smayda TJ, Trainer VL (2010) Dinoflagellate blooms in upwelling systems: Seeding, variability, and contrasts with diatom bloom behaviour. Progress In Oceanography 85:92-107

Tinis, S.W., Thomson, R.E., Mass, C.F., Hickey, B.M. (2005). Comparison of MM5 and meteorological buoy winds from British Columbia to northern California. Atmosph. Ocean. 43(4):

Torres, R., Allen, J.I., Figueiras, F.G. (2006). Sequential data assimilation in an upwelling influenced estuary. Journal of Marine Systems, 60, 317-329

Trainer, V.L. (2005). Ecological linkages between physical oceanographic conditions and the seasonal growth and distribution of toxic algal blooms. pp. 23-25 in “The Big Eddy: Proceedings of the Western Juan de Fuca Ecosystem Symposium”, Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society, British Columbia Chapter, Vancouver BC, April 2005, 141p.

Trainer, V.L., Cochlan, W.P., Erickson, A., Bill, B.D., Cox, F.H., Borchert J.A. (2007). Recent domoic acid closures of shellfish harvest areas in Washington State inland waterways. Harmful Algae 6(3): 449-459.

Trainer, V.L., Hickey, B.M., Bates, S.S. Diatoms. (2007). In: Walsh, P.J., S.L. Smith, L.E. Fleming, H. Solo-Gabriele, W.H. Gerwick (eds.). Oceans and Human Health: Risks and Remedies from the Sea, Elsevier Science Publishers, New York

Trainer VL, Hickey BM, Lessard EJ, Cochlan WP, Trick CG, Wells ML, MacFadyen A, Moore SK (2009) Variability of Pseudo-nitzschia and domoic acid in the Juan de Fuca eddy region and its adjacent shelves. Limnol Oceanogr 54:289-308

Trainer, V.L., Suddleson, M. (2005). Monitoring approaches for early warning of domoic acid events in Washington State. Oceanography, 18(2), 228-237

Trainer VL, Pitcher GC, Reguera B, Smayda TJ (2010) The distribution and impacts of harmful algal bloom species in eastern boundary upwelling systems. Progress In Oceanography 85:33-52

Vander Woude, A.J., Largier, J.L., Kudela, R.M. (2006). Nearshore retention of upwelled waters north and south of Point Reyes (northern California) – patterns of surface temperature and chlorophyll observed in CoOP WEST. Deep-Sea Research II, 53, 2985-2998

Wells, M.L., Trick, C.A., Cochlan, W.P., Hughes, M.P., Trainer, V.L. (2005). Domoic acid: The synergy of iron, copper, and the toxicity of diatoms. Limnology and Oceanography, 50(6), 1908-1917

 

NOTE: Some publications do not explicitly cited "GEOHAB", but they were funded by GEOHAB endorsed projects.