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[new]A phylogeny of the temperate seabasses (Moronidae) characterized by a translocation of the mt-nd 6 gene.
Williams, E.P., A.C. Peer, T.J. Miller, D.H. Secor, and A.R. Place. 2012. UM-SG-RS-2012-02. DOI : 10.1111/j.1095-8649.2011.03158.x. Free.
Journal of Fish Biology 80:110-130.
 


[new]Comparing the nursery role of inner continental shelf and estuarine habitats for temperate marine fishes.
Woodland, Ryan J., David H. Secor, Mary C. Fabrizio, and Michael J. Wilberg. 2012. UM-SG-RS-2012-06. DOI :10.1016/j.ecss.2011.12.019. Free.
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 9961-73.
 


[new]A comparison of the economic performance of offshore and inshore aquaculture production systems in Korea.
Kim, DoHoon and Douglas Lipton. 2011. UM-SG-RS-2011-10. DOI : 10.1080/13657305.2010.549165. Free.
Aquaculture Economics and Management 15:103-117.
 


[new]The future of aquafeeds.
Rust, Michael B., Fredric T. Barrows, Ronald W. Hardy, Andrew Lazur, Kate Naughten, and Jeffrey Silverstein. 2011. UM-SG-RS-2011-12. Free.
Federal report written throught the NOAA/USDA Alternative Feeds Initiative 2007-2012.
 


[new]Chapter 16: Education.
Webster, Donald. 2011. UM-SG-RS-2011-15. Free.
Pages 447-459 in Sandra E. Shumway (ed.), Shellfish Aquaculture and the Environment, 2011, Wiley-Blackwell.
 


[new]Differential patterns of accumulation and depuration of dietary selenium and vanadium during metamorphosis in the gray treefrog (Hyla versicolor).
Rowe, Christopher L., Andrew Heyes, and Jessica Hilton. 2011. UM-SG-RS-2011-01. Free.
Arch. Environ. Contam. Toxicol 60:336-342.
 


[new]Denitrification in alluvial wetlands in an urban landscape.
Harrison, Melanie D., Peter M. Groffman, Paul M. Mayer, Sujay S. Kaushal, and Tamara A. Newcomer. 2011. UM-SG-RS-2011-02. Free.
J. Environ. Qual 40:634-646.
 


[new]Longitudinal variability in streamwater chemistry and carbon and nitrogen fluxes in restored and degraded urban stream networks.
Sivirichi, Gwendolyn M., Sujay S. Kaushal, Paul M. Mayer, Claire Welty, Kenneth T. Belt, Tamara A. Newcomer, Katie D. Newcomb and Melissa M. Grese. 2011. UM-SG-RS-2011-03. Free.
Journal of Environmental Monitoring 13:288-303.
 


[new]Spatial patterns in water quality associated with submersed plant beds.
Gruber, Renee K., Deborah C. Hinkle, and W. Michael Kemp. 2011. UM-SG-RS-2011-05. Free.
Estuaries and Coasts 34:DOI 10.1007/s12237-010-9368-0.
 


[new]A freshwater conservation assessment of the Upper Mississippi River basin using a coarse- and fine-filter approach.
Khoury, Mary; Jonathan Higgins; and Roy Weitzell. 2011. UM-SG-RS-2011-06. DOI :10.1111/j.1365-2427.2010.02468. Free.
Freshwater Biology 56:162-179.
 


[new]The natural resistance-associated macrophage protein from the protozoan parasite Perkinsus marinus mediates iron uptake.
Lin, Zhuoer, Jos-Antonio Fernndez-Robledo, Mathieu F.M. Cellier, and Gerardo R. Vasta. 2011. UM-SG-RS-2011-07. dx.DOI .org/10.1021/bi200343h. Free.
Biochemistry 506340-6355.
 


[new]Tracking nonpoint source nitrogen pollution in human-impacted watersheds.
Kaushal, Sujay S., Peter M. Groffman, Lawrence E. Band, Emily M. Elliott, Catherine A. Shields, and Carol Kendall. 2011. UM-SG-RS-2011-11. DOI : 10.1021/es200779e. Free.
Environmental Science & Technology 45:8225-8232.
 


[new]The structure of population genetic diversity in Vallisneria americana in the Chesapeake Bay: implications for restoration.
Lloyd, Michael W., Robert K. Burnett, Jr., Katharina A.M. Engelhardt, and Maile C. Neel. 2011. UM-SG-RS-2011-14. DOI : 10.1007/s10592-011-0228-7. Free.
Conservation Genetics 12:1269-1285.
 


[new]The effects of harmful algal species and food concentration on zooplankton grazer production of dissolved organic matter and inorganic nutrients.
Saba, Grace K., Deborah K. Steinberg, Deborah A. Bronk, and Allen Place. 2011. UM-SG-RS-2011-16. DOI : 10.1016/j.hal.2010.11.003. Free.
Harmful Algae 10:291-303.
 


[new]Ichthyoplankton community structure and comparative trophodynamics in an estuarine transition zone.
Campfield, Patrick A. and Edward D. Houde. 2011. UM-SG-RS-2011-04. Free.
Fish. Bull 109:1-19.
 


[new]Bioenergetic responses of Chesapeake Bay white perch (Morone americana) to nursery conditions of temperature, dissolved oxygen, and salinity.
Hanks, Deanna M. and David H. Secor. 2011. UM-SG-RS-2011-13. DOI : 10.1007/s00227-010-1608-0. Free.
Marine Biology 158:805-815.
 


[new]Assessment of prerelease diet regimes on growth of juvenile Atlantic sturgeon.
Markin, Erin L.; Andrew Lazur; and Angie Hengst. 2010. UM-SG-S-2010-16. DOI : 10.1577/A09-053.1. Free.
North American Journal of Aquaculture 72:172-176.
 


[new]Harmful algae and marine aquaculture in the northeastern United States.
Terlizzi, Daniel E. and Anthony P. Mazzacaro. 2010. UM-SG-RS-2010-23. Free.
NRAC Publication No. 209-2010. Northeastern Regional Aquaculture Center.
 


[new]A cultural model assessment of oyster restoration alternatives for the Chesapeake Bay.
Paolisso, Michael and Nicole Dery. 2010. UM-SG-RS-2010-21. DOI : 0018-7259/10/020169-11$1.60/1. Free.
Human Organization 69(2):169-179.
 


[new]The bioeconomic impact of different management regulations on the Chesapeake Bay blue crab fishery.
Bunnell, David B., Douglas W. Lipton, and Thomas J. Miller. 2010. UM-SG-RS-2010-10. Free.
North American Journal of Fisheries Management 30:1505-1521.
 


[new]Long-term trends in submersed aquatic vegetation (SAV) in Chesapeake Bay, USA, related to water quality.
Orth, Robert J., Michael R. Williams, Scott R. Marion, David J. Wilcox, Tim J. B. Carruthers, Kenneth A. Moore, W. Michael Kemp, William C. Dennison, Nancy Rybicki, Peter Bergstrom, Richard A. Batiuk. 2010. UM-SG-RS-2010-06. Free.
Estuaries and Coasts 33:1144-1163.
 


[new]Land use and climate variability amplify contaminant pulses.
Kaushal, S.S., M.L. Pace, P.M. Groffman, L.E. Band, K.T. Belt, P.M. Mayer, and C. Welty. 2010. UM-SG-RS-2010-07. Free.
EOS (91)25:221-223.
 


[new]Rising stream and river temperatures in the United States.
Kaushal, Sujay S., Gene E. Likens, Norbert A. Jaworski, Michael L. Pace, Ashley M. Sides, David Seekell, Kenneth T. Belt, David H. Secor, and Rebecca L. Wingate. 2010. UM-SG-RS-2010-08. Free.
Front. Ecol. Environ 8(9):461-466.
 


[new]Ecosystem engineers in the pelagic realm: alteration of habitat by species ranging from microbes to jellyfish.
Breitburg, Denise L., Byron C. Crump, John O. Dabiri and Charles L. Gallegos. 2010. UM-SG-RS-2010-09. Free.
Integrative and Comparative Biology 50(2):188-200.
 


[new]Feedback effects in a coastal canopy-forming submersed plant bed.
Gruber, Renee K. and W. Michael Kemp. 2010. UM-SG-RS-2010-11. Free.
Limnol. Oceanogr 55(6):2285-2298.
 


[new]Synergistic use of Landsat Multispectral Scanner with GIRAS land-cover data to retrieve impervious surface area for the Potomac River Basin in 1975.
Elmore, Andrew J. and Steven M. Guinn. 2010. UM-SG-RS-2010-13. Free.
Remote Sensing of Environment 114:2384-2391.
 


[new]Natural and human-induced hypoxia and consequences for coastal areas: synthesis and future development.
Zhang, J., D. Gilbert, A.J. Gooday, L. Levin, S.W.A. Naqvi, J.J. Middelburg, M. Scranton, W. Ekau, A. Peña, B. Dewitte, T. Oguz, P.M.S. Monteiro, E. Urban, N.N. Rabalais, V. Ittekkot, W.M. Kemp, O. Ulloa, R. Elmgren, E. Escobar-Briones, and A.K. Van der Plas. 2010. UM-SG-RS-2010-15. Free.
Biogeosciences 7:1443-1467.
 


[new]Ecosystem network analysis indicators are generally robust to parameter uncertainty in a phosphorus model of Lake Sidney Lanier, USA.
Kaufman, Anthony G., and Sstuart R. Borrett. 2010. UM-SG-RS-2010-20. DOI : 10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2009.12.018. Free.
Ecological Modelling 221:1230-1238.
 


[new]Predicting effects of climate change on blue crabs in Chesapeake Bay.
Hines, Anson H., Eric G. Johnson, M. Zachary Darnell, Daniel Rittschof, Thomas J. Miller, Laurie J. Bauer, Paula Rodgers, and Robert Aguilar. 2010. UM-SG-RS-2010-24. DOI : 10.4027/bmecpcc.2010.22. Free.
Pages 109-127 in G.H. Kruse, G.L. Eckert, R.J. Foy, R.N. Lipcius, B. Sainte-Marie, D.L. Stram, and D. Woodby (eds.), Biology and Management of Exploited Crab Populations under Climate Change, 2010, Alaska Sea Grant, University of Alaska Fairbanks.
 


[new]The Alveolate Perkinsus marinus: biological insights from EST gene discovery.
Joseph, Sandeep J., Jos A. Fernndez-Robledo, Malcolm J. Gardner, Najib M. El-Sayed, Chih-Horng Kuo, Eric J. Schott, Haiming Wang, Jessica C.Kissinger and Gerardo R. Vasta. 2010. UM-SG-RS-2010-05. Free.
BMC Genomics 11:228.
 


[new]Population density, survival and movement of blue crabs in estuarine salt marsh nurseries.
Johnson, Eric G. and David B. Eggleston. 2010. UM-SG-RS-2010-14. Free.
Marine Ecology Progress Series 407:135-147.
 


[new]Exploring the population dynamics of winter skate (Leucoraja ocellata) in the Georges Bank region using a statistical catch-at-age model incorporating length, migration, and recruitment process errors.
Frisk, M.G., S.J.D. Martell, T.J. Miller, and K. Sosebee. 2010. UM-SG-RS-2010-12. DOI : 10.1139/F10-008. Free.
Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci 67:774-792.
 


[new]Growth rates and prevalence of Perkinsus marinus prevalence in restored oyster populations in Maryland.
Paynter, Kennedy T., Vincent Politano, Hillary A. Lane, Steven M. Allen, and Donald Meritt. 2010. UM-SG-RS-2010-17. Free.
Journal of Shellfish Research 29:309-317.
 


[new]A comparison of Crassostrea virginica and C. ariakensis in Chesapeake Bay: does oyster species affect habitat function?.
Harwell, Heather D., Peter Kingsley-Smith, M. Lisa Kellogg, Steven M. Allen, Standish K. Allen, Jr., Donald Meritt, Kennedy T. Paynter, and Mark W. Luckenbach. 2010. UM-SG-RS-2010-19. Free.
Journal of Shellfish Research 29(2):253-269.
 


[new]Physicochemical properties of double-stranded RNA used to discover a reo-like virus from blue crab Callinectes sapidus.
Bowers, Holly A., Gretchen A. Messick, Ammar Hanif, Rosemary Jagus, Lee Carrion, Oded Zmora, and Eric J. Schott. 2010. UM-SG-RS-2010-22. DOI : 10.3354/dao02280. Free.
Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 93:17-29.
 


[new]Role of package type on shelf-life of fresh crab meat.
Tyler, Carla Gutierrez, Michael Jahncke, Susan Sumner, Renee Boyer, Cameron Hackney, and Tom Rippen. 2010. UM-SG-RS-2010-18. Free.
Food Protection Trends 30(12):769-802.
 


[new]Survival and growth of triploid Crassostrea virginica (Gmelin, 1791) and C. Ariakensis (Fujita, 1913) in bottom environments of Chesapeake Bay: implications for an introduction.
Kingsley-Smith, Peter R., T. Heather D. Harwell, M. Lisa Kellogg, Steven M. Allen, Standish K. Allen, Donald W. Meritt, Kennedy T. Paynter, Jr. and Mark W. Luckenbach. 2009. UM-SG-RS-2009-18. Free.
Journal of Shellfish Research 28(2):169-184.
 


[new]Temporal responses of coastal hypoxia to nutrient loading and physical controls.
Kemp, W.M., J.M. Testa, D.J. Conley, D. Gilbert, and J.D. Hagy. 2009. UM-SG-RS-2009-19. Free.
Biogeosciences 6:2985-3008.
 


[new]Chemical characterization of the aqueous algistatic fraction of barley straw (Hordeum vulgare) inhibiting Microcystis aeruginose.
Waybright, Timothy J., Daniel E. Terlizzi, and M. Drew Ferrier. 2009. UM-SG-RS-2009-20. DOI 10.1007/s10811-008-9373-x. Free.
Journal of Applied Phycology 21:333-340.
 


[new]Dissolved oxygen, temperature and salinity effects on the ecophysiology and survivalof juvenile Atlantic sturgeon in estuarine waters: I. Laboratory results.
Niklitschek, Edwin J., and David H. Secor. 2009. UM-SG-RS-2009-17. Free.
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 381:S150-S160.
 


[new]Preliminary evaluation of Gulf sturgeon production and sustainability of a zero-discharge poin water recirculating tank system.
Pouder, D.B. and J.E. Hill. 2008. UM-SG-RS-2008-17. Free.
North American Journal of Aquaulture 70:281-285.
 


[new]Effects of the dinoflagellates Karlodinium veneficum and Prorocentrum minimum on early life history stages of the eastern oyster (Crassostrea virginica).
Stoecker, Diane K.; Jason E. Adolf; Allen R. Place; Patricia M. Glibert; and Donald W. Meritt. 2008. UM-SG-RS-2008-21. DOI 10.1007/s00227-007-0901-z. Free.
Mar. Biol 154:81-90.
 


[new]Differential production of feces and pseudofeces by the oyster Crassostrea ariakensis when exposed to diets containing harmful dinoflagellate and raphidophyte species.
Alexander, Jeffrey A.; Diane K. Stoecker; Donald W. Meritt; Stephanie T. Alexander; Angela Padeletti; Desmond Johns; Laurie Van Heukelem; and Patricia M. Glibert. 2008. UM-SG-RS-2008-22. Free.
Journal of Shellfish Research 27(3):567-579.
 


[selected]Economic benefits of a restored oyster fishery in Chesapeake Bay.
Lipton, Douglas. 2008. UM-SG-RS-2008-23. Free.
Journal of Shellfish Research 27(3):619-623.
 


[new]Re-homing exotic species--a pilot program to prevent release of exotic aquatic pet species.
Lazur, A.M. and R. Hanessian. 2008. UM-SG-RS-2008-18. Free.
Journal of Extension 46(1):1IAW6.
 


[new]Environmental factors contributing to the development and demise of a toxic dinoflagellate (Karlodinium veneficum) bloom in a shallow, eutrophic, lagoonal estuary.
Hall, Nathan, S., R. Wayne, Elizabeth Fensin, Jason E. Adolf, Holly A. Bowers, Allen R. Place, and Hans W. Paerl. 2008. UM-SG-RS-2008-24. DOI : 10.1007/s12237-008-9035-x. Free.
Estuaries and Coasts 31:402-418.
 


[new]Transfection of the protozoan parasite Perkinsus marinus.
Fernndez-Robledo, Jos A., Zhuoer Lin, Gerardo R. Vasta. 2008. UM-SG-RS-2008-20. Free.
Molecular & Biochemical Parasitology 157:44-53.
 


[new]An empirical approach to ecosystem-based fishery management.
Sanchirico, J.N., M.D. Smith, and D.W. Lipton. 2008. UM-SG-RS-2008-19. Free.
Ecological Economics 64:586-596.
 


[new]Potential microbial bioinvasions via ships' ballast water, sediment, and biofilm.
Drake, L.A., M.A. Doblin, and F.C. Dobbs. 2007. UM-SG-RS-2007-29. Free.
Marine Pollution Bulletin 55:333-341.
 


[new]Resistance of Dermo in eastern oysters, Crassostrea virginica (Gmelin), of North Carolina but not Chesapeake Bay heritage.
Brown, Bonnie L., Arthur J. Butt, Stephen W. Shelton, Donald Meritt and Kennedy T. Paynter. 2005. UM-SG-RS-2005-26. Free.
Aquaculture Research 36:1391-1399.
 


[new]Commercially Feasible Urban Recirculating Aquaculture: Addressing the Marine Sector.
Zohar, Yonathan, Yossi Tal, Harold Schreier, Colin Steven, John Stubblefield and Allen Place. 2005. UM-SG-RS-2005-27. Free.
Book Chapter. Pages 159-171 in Costa-Pierce, B., A. Desbonnet, P. Edwards, and D. Baker. Urban Aquaculture. CAB International. 2005.
 


[new]Remotely-sensed chl a at the Chesapeake Bay mouth is correlated with annual freshwater flow to Chesapeake Bay.
Acker, J.G., Harding, L.W., Leptoukh, T.Z., and Shen, S. 2005. UM-SG-RS-2005-24. Free.
Geophysical Research Letters 32 32:L05601.
 


[new]Use of a simulation model to examine effects of nutrient loading and grazing on Potamogeton perfoliatus L. communities in microcosms.
Bartleson, Richard D., W. Michael Kemp, and J. Court Stevenson. 2005. UM-SG-RS-2005-25. Free.
Ecological Modelling 185:483-512.
 


[selected]Changes in ballast water biota during intracoastal and transoceanic voyages.
Smith, David L., Diann M. Lavoie, Gregory M. Ruiz, and Bella S. Galil. 2000. UM-SG-RS-2000-31. Free.
Pages 278-281 in Pederson, Judith. 2000. Marine Bioinvasions: Proceedings of the First National Conference, January 24-27, 1999. Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
 

Aquaculture

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Quantity


[new]The future of aquafeeds.
Rust, Michael B., Fredric T. Barrows, Ronald W. Hardy, Andrew Lazur, Kate Naughten, and Jeffrey Silverstein. 2011. UM-SG-RS-2011-12. Free.
Federal report written throught the NOAA/USDA Alternative Feeds Initiative 2007-2012.
 


[new]Differential production of feces and pseudofeces by the oyster Crassostrea ariakensis when exposed to diets containing harmful dinoflagellate and raphidophyte species.
Alexander, Jeffrey A.; Diane K. Stoecker; Donald W. Meritt; Stephanie T. Alexander; Angela Padeletti; Desmond Johns; Laurie Van Heukelem; and Patricia M. Glibert. 2008. UM-SG-RS-2008-22. Free.
Journal of Shellfish Research 27(3):567-579.
 


[new]Commercially Feasible Urban Recirculating Aquaculture: Addressing the Marine Sector.
Zohar, Yonathan, Yossi Tal, Harold Schreier, Colin Steven, John Stubblefield and Allen Place. 2005. UM-SG-RS-2005-27. Free.
Book Chapter. Pages 159-171 in Costa-Pierce, B., A. Desbonnet, P. Edwards, and D. Baker. Urban Aquaculture. CAB International. 2005.
 


Gold rush: Exploring an alternative 4-H livestock experience.
Lazur, Andrew M., Deborah B. Pouder, Monica L. Brinkley, Elaine Shook, Yolanda Goode, and Heather Kent. 2006. UM-SG-RS-2006-08. Free.
Journal of Extension 44(3):3IAW3.
 


Carotenoids of different types and concentrations in commercial formulated fish diets affect color and its development in the skin of the red oranda variety of goldfish.
Wallat, Geoffrey K., Andrew M. Lazur, and Frank A. Chapman. 2005. UM-SG-RS-2005-14. Free.
North American Journal of Aquaculture 67:42-51.
 


Altering fish embryos with Aquaporin-3: An essential step toward successful cryopreservation.
Hagedorn, M., S.L. Lance, D.M. Fonseca, F.W. Kleinhans, D. Artimov, R. Fleischer, A.T.M.S. Hoque, M.B. Hamilton and B.S. Pukazhenthi. 2002. UM-SG-RS-2002-05. Free.
Biology of Reproduction 67:961-966.
 


Recombinant perciform GnRH-R activates different signaling pathways in fish and mammalian heterologous cell lines.
Alok, Doeraj, Sampath Kumar, John M. Trent, and Yonathan Zohar. 2001. UM-SG-RS-2001-08. Free.
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 129(B):375-380.
 


Characterization of a pituitary GnRH-receptor from a perciform fish, Morone saxatilis: functional expression in a fish cell line.
Alok, Deoraj, Shimon Hassin, R. Sampath Kumar, John M. Trant, Kei-li Yu, Yonathan Zohar. 2000. UM-SG-RS-2000-10. Free.
Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology 168:65-75.
 

Aquaculture

Quantity


A spreadsheet tool for the economic analysis of a recirculation tank system.
Parker, M., D. Delong, R. Dunning, T. Losordo, A. Hobbs. 2012. UM-SG-RSN-2012-02. Free.
Southern Regional Aquaculture Center Publication No. 456, 2012, Stoneville MS. 12 pp.
 

Finfish

Quantity


[new]Assessment of prerelease diet regimes on growth of juvenile Atlantic sturgeon.
Markin, Erin L.; Andrew Lazur; and Angie Hengst. 2010. UM-SG-S-2010-16. DOI : 10.1577/A09-053.1. Free.
North American Journal of Aquaculture 72:172-176.
 


[new]Preliminary evaluation of Gulf sturgeon production and sustainability of a zero-discharge poin water recirculating tank system.
Pouder, D.B. and J.E. Hill. 2008. UM-SG-RS-2008-17. Free.
North American Journal of Aquaulture 70:281-285.
 


Short communication: initial evaluation of various foods and diets in feed training wild-caught Atlantic sturgeon (Acipenser oxyrinchus oxyrinchus) onto a commercial diet.
Lazur, A.M., E. Markin, and W. Van Heukelem. 2010. UM-SG-RS-2010-25. DOI : 10.1111/j.1439-0426.2009.01363.x. Free.
J. Appl. Ichthyol 26:420-423.
 


Transporting Live Fish. (Book Chapter).
Webster, Donald. 2007. UM-SG-RS-2007-28. Free.
Pages 573-595 in Michael B. Timmons and James B. Ebeling, 2007, Recirculating Aquaculture. Publication 01-007, Northeastern Regional Aquaculture Center.
 


Developmental expression of three forms of gonadotropin-releasing hormone and ontogeny of the hypothalamic-pituitary-gonadal axis in gilthead seabream (Sparus aurata).
Wong, Ten-Tsao, Yoav Gothilf, Nilli Zmora, Katherine E. Kight, Iris Meiri, Abigail Elizur, and Yonathan Zohar. 2004. UM-SG-RS-2004-04. Free.
Biology of Reproduction 71:1026-1035.
 


Novel expression of gonadotropin subunit genes in oocytes of the gilthead seabream (Sparus aurata).
Wong, Ten-Tsao, and Yonathan Zohar. 2004. UM-SG-RS-2004-13. Free.
Endocrinology 145(11):5210-5220.
 


Gonadal regulation of gonadotropin subunit expression and pituitary Lh protein content in female hybrid striped bass.
Klenke, U., and Y. Zohar. 2003. UM-SG-RS-2003-15. Free.
Fish Physiology and Biochemistry 28:25-27.
 


Molecular characterization of the GnRH system in zebrafish (Danio rerio): cloning of chicken GnRH-II, adult brain expression patterns and pituitary content of salmon GnRH and chicken GnRH-II.
Steven, Colin, Nadine Lehnen, Katherine Kight, Shigeho Ijiri, Ulrike Klenke, William A. Harris, and Yonathan Zohar. 2003. UM-SG-RS-2003-28. Free.
General and Comparative Endocrinology 133:27-37.
 


The effects of long-term testosterone, gonadotropin-releasing hormone agonist and pimozide treatments on testicular development and luteinizing hormone levels in juvenile and early maturing striped bass, Morone saxatilis.
Holland, M. Claire H., Shimon Hassin, and Yonathan Zohar. 2002. UM-SG-RS-2002-07. Free.
General and Comparative Endocrinology 129:178-187.
 


Seasonal fluctuations in pituitary levels of the three forms of gonadotropin-releasing hormone in striped bass, Morone saxatilis (Teleostei), during juvenile and pubertal development.
Holland, M.C., S. Hassin and Y. Zohar. 2001. UM-SG-RS-2001-14. Free.
Journal of Endocrinology 169:527-538.
 


Endocrine regulation and artificial induction of oocyte maturation and spermiation in basses of the genus Morone.
Mylonas, Constantinos C. and Yonathan Zohar. 2001. UM-SG-RS-2001-17. Free.
Aquaculture 202:205-220.
 


Endocrine manipulations of spawning in cultured fish: from hormones to genes.
Yonathan Zohar, and Constantinos C. Mylonas. 2001. UM-SG-RS-2001-22. Free.
Aquaculture 197:99-136.
 


Use of GnRHa-delivery systems for the control of reproduction in fish.
Mylonas, Constantinos C. and Yonathan Zohar. 2001. UM-SG-RS-2001-24. Free.
Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 10:463-491.
 


Early maturity in the male striped bass, Morone saxatilis: follicle-stimulating hormone and luteinizing hormone gene expression and their regulation by gonadotropin-releasing hormone analogue and testosterone.
Hassin, Shimon, M. Claire H. Holland, and Yonathan Zohar. 2000. UM-SG-RS-2000-18. Free.
Biology of Reproduction 63:1691-1697.
 


Gonadal development and plasma steroid levels during pubertal development in captive-reared striped bass, Morone saxatilis.
Holland, M. Claire, Shimon Hassin, and Yonathan Zohar. 2000. UM-SG-RS-2000-19. Free.
Journal of Experimental Zoology 286:49-63.
 


Overcoming a permeability barrier by microinjecting cryoprotectants into zebrafish embryos (Brachydanio rerio).
Janik, M., F. W. Kleinhans, and M. Hagedorn. 2000. UM-SG-RS-2000-20. Free.
Cryobiology 41:25-34.
 


Strain evaluation of striped bass (Morone saxatilis) under controlled conditions.
Jacobs, John M., Scott Lindell, William Van Heukelem, Eric M. Hallerman, and Reginal M. Harrell. 1999. UM-SG-RS-99-20. $7.
Aquaculture 173 :171-177.
 


Cloning and phylogenetic relationship of red drum somatolactin cDNA and effects of light on pituitary somatolactin mRNA expression.
Zhu, Yong, Yasutoshi Yoshiura, Kiyoshi Kikuchi, Katsumi Aida, and Peter Thomas. 1999. UM-SG-RS-99-30. Free.
General and Comparative Endocrinology 113:69-79.
 

Harmful Algae

Quantity


[new]Harmful algae and marine aquaculture in the northeastern United States.
Terlizzi, Daniel E. and Anthony P. Mazzacaro. 2010. UM-SG-RS-2010-23. Free.
NRAC Publication No. 209-2010. Northeastern Regional Aquaculture Center.
 

Oyster Disease

Quantity


[new]Effects of the dinoflagellates Karlodinium veneficum and Prorocentrum minimum on early life history stages of the eastern oyster (Crassostrea virginica).
Stoecker, Diane K.; Jason E. Adolf; Allen R. Place; Patricia M. Glibert; and Donald W. Meritt. 2008. UM-SG-RS-2008-21. DOI 10.1007/s00227-007-0901-z. Free.
Mar. Biol 154:81-90.
 

Oysters

Quantity


[new]A comparison of the economic performance of offshore and inshore aquaculture production systems in Korea.
Kim, DoHoon and Douglas Lipton. 2011. UM-SG-RS-2011-10. DOI : 10.1080/13657305.2010.549165. Free.
Aquaculture Economics and Management 15:103-117.
 


[new]Survival and growth of triploid Crassostrea virginica (Gmelin, 1791) and C. Ariakensis (Fujita, 1913) in bottom environments of Chesapeake Bay: implications for an introduction.
Kingsley-Smith, Peter R., T. Heather D. Harwell, M. Lisa Kellogg, Steven M. Allen, Standish K. Allen, Donald W. Meritt, Kennedy T. Paynter, Jr. and Mark W. Luckenbach. 2009. UM-SG-RS-2009-18. Free.
Journal of Shellfish Research 28(2):169-184.
 


[new]Resistance of Dermo in eastern oysters, Crassostrea virginica (Gmelin), of North Carolina but not Chesapeake Bay heritage.
Brown, Bonnie L., Arthur J. Butt, Stephen W. Shelton, Donald Meritt and Kennedy T. Paynter. 2005. UM-SG-RS-2005-26. Free.
Aquaculture Research 36:1391-1399.
 


Evaluating recruitment contribution of a selectively bred aquaculture line of the oyster, Crassostrea virginica used in restoration efforts.
Carlsson, Jens, Ryan B. Carnegie, Jan F. Cordes, Matthew P. Hare, Thomas Leggett, and Kimberly S. Reece. 2008. UM-SG-RS-2008-15. Free.
Journal of Shellfish Research 8 pp 27(5):1117-1124.
 


Molecular characterization of Cryptosporidium oocysts in samples of raw surface water and wastewater.
Xiao, Lihua, Ajaib Singh, Josef Limor, Thaddeus K. Graczyk, Steve Gradus, and Altaf Lal. 2001. UM-SG-RS-2001-23. Free.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 67(3):1097-1101.
 

Seafood Safety

Quantity


Foodborne infections vectored by molluscan shellfish.
Graczyk, Thaddeus K. and Kellogg J. Schwab. 2000. UM-SG-RS-2000-28. Free.
Current Gastroenterology Reports 2:305-309.
 

Shellfish

Quantity


[new]Chapter 16: Education.
Webster, Donald. 2011. UM-SG-RS-2011-15. Free.
Pages 447-459 in Sandra E. Shumway (ed.), Shellfish Aquaculture and the Environment, 2011, Wiley-Blackwell.
 


A framework for developing ecological carrying capacity mathematical models for bivalve mollusc aquaculture.
Newell, Roger I.E. 2007. UM-SG-RS-2007-18. Free.
Bull. Fish. Res. Agen 19:41-51.
 


Bacterial products and polysaccharide films as cues and enhancers of oyster set.
Weiner, R.M., L. Dagasan, M.P. Labare, R.R. Colwell, D.B. Bonar and S.L. Coon. 1992. UM-SG-RS-92-03. Free.
Aquaculture 110:341-359.
 

Coastal Communities

Anthropology

Quantity


[new]A cultural model assessment of oyster restoration alternatives for the Chesapeake Bay.
Paolisso, Michael and Nicole Dery. 2010. UM-SG-RS-2010-21. DOI : 0018-7259/10/020169-11$1.60/1. Free.
Human Organization 69(2):169-179.
 

Commercial Fisheries

General

Quantity


[new]The bioeconomic impact of different management regulations on the Chesapeake Bay blue crab fishery.
Bunnell, David B., Douglas W. Lipton, and Thomas J. Miller. 2010. UM-SG-RS-2010-10. Free.
North American Journal of Fisheries Management 30:1505-1521.
 


[selected]Economic benefits of a restored oyster fishery in Chesapeake Bay.
Lipton, Douglas. 2008. UM-SG-RS-2008-23. Free.
Journal of Shellfish Research 27(3):619-623.
 


The lay system in commercial fisheries: Origin and implications.
McConnell, Kenneth E. and Michael Price. 2006. UM-SG-RS-2006-23. Free.
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 51:295-307.
 


Spatially explicit models of fish growth rate.
Brandt, S.B., D.M. Mason and E.V. Patrick. 1992. UM-SG-RS-92-11. Free.
Fisheries 17(2):23-35.
 

Culture

Quantity


Taste the traditions: Crabs, crab cakes, and the Chesapeake Bay blue crab fishery.
Paolisso, Michael. 2007. UM-SG-RS-2007-15. Free.
American Anthropologist 109(4):654-665.
 

Seafood Marketing

Quantity


Small-scale Marketing Opportunities for Aquaculture Products in the Northeast.
Lazur, Andrew M., Gef Flimlin, and Dana Morse. 2010. UM-SG-RSN-2010-01. Free.
NRAC Publication No. 205-2010. Northeastern Regional Aquaculture Center, University of Maryland, College Park. 7 pp.
 

Seafood Safety

Quantity


2012. Prevalence and characterization of Listeria monocytogenes in blue crab meat (Callinectus sapidus) and blue crab processing plants.
Pagadala, S., S. Parveen, T. Rippen, J. B. Luchansky, J. Bowers, M. L. Tamplin and M. Wiedmann. 2012. UM-SG-RS-2012-16. DOI :10.1016/j.fm.2012.03.015. Free.
Food Microbiology 31(2):263-270.
 


Inhibition of Listeria monocytogenes by Carnobacterium piscicola in fresh and pasteurized crab meat.
Tyler, C.G., M. Jahncke, S. Sumner, C. Hackney, R. Boyer, H. Wang and T. Rippen. 2012. UM-SG-RS-2012-18. Free.
Food Protection Trends 32(7):384-390.
 

Environmental Policy & Economics

General

Quantity


[new]The bioeconomic impact of different management regulations on the Chesapeake Bay blue crab fishery.
Bunnell, David B., Douglas W. Lipton, and Thomas J. Miller. 2010. UM-SG-RS-2010-10. Free.
North American Journal of Fisheries Management 30:1505-1521.
 


[new]An empirical approach to ecosystem-based fishery management.
Sanchirico, J.N., M.D. Smith, and D.W. Lipton. 2008. UM-SG-RS-2008-19. Free.
Ecological Economics 64:586-596.
 


Cultural models and cultural consensus of Chesapeake Bay blue crab and oyster fisheries.
Paolisso, Michael. 2007. UM-SG-RS-2007-27. Free.
Napa Bulletin 28:123-135.
 


The lay system in commercial fisheries: Origin and implications.
McConnell, Kenneth E. and Michael Price. 2006. UM-SG-RS-2006-23. Free.
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 51:295-307.
 


Restoration of the Chesapeake Bay using a non-native oyster: Ecological and fishery considerations.
Paolisso, Michael, Nicole Dery, and Stan Herman. 2006. UM-SG-RS-2006-10. Free.
Human Organization 65(3):253-267.
 


Pfiesteria hysteria, agriculture, and water quality in the Chesapeake Bay: The extension bridge over troubled waters.
Terlizzi, D. E. 2006. UM-SG-RS-2006-12. Free.
Journal of Extension 44(5):5FEA3.
 


An examination of the factors influencing the flux of mercury, methylmercury and other constituents from estuarine sediment.
Mason, Robert P., Eun-Hee Kim, Jeffrey Cornwell, and Deborah Heyes. 2006. UM-SG-RS-2006-14. free.
Marine Chemistry 102:96-110.
 


Economic growth and environmental protection: a clarification about neoclassical economics.
Whitehead, John, Doug Lipton, Frank Lupi, and Rob Southwick. 2005. UM-SG-RS-2005-15. Free.
Fisheries 30(4):32-35.
 


A watershed perspective on nutrient enrichment, science, and policy in the Patuxent River.
D'Elia, C.F., W.R. Boynton and J.G. Sanders. 2003. UM-SG-RS-2003-07. Free.
Estuaries 26(A):171-185.
 


Applying the generalized-moments estimation approach to spatial problems involving microlevel data.
Bell, Kathleen P. and Bockstael, Nancy E. 2000. UM-SG-RS-2000-08. Free.
The Review of Economics and Statistics 82(1):72-82.
 


Evidence of the effects of water quality on residential land prices.
Leggett, Christopher G. and Nancy E. Bockstael. 2000. UM-SG-RS-2000-21. Free.
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 39:121-144.
 


At the monument to General Meade or on the difference between beliefs and benefits.
Sagoff, Mark. 2000. UM-SG-RS-2000-25. Free.
Arizona Law Review 42:433-462.
 


Environmental economics and the conflation of value and benefit.
Sagoff, Mark. 2000. UM-SG-RS-2000-26. Free.
Environ. Sci. Technol 34:1426-1432.
 


Aggregation and deliberation in valuing environmental public goods: a look beyond contingent pricing.
Sagoff, M. 1998. UM-SG-RS-98-20. Free.
Ecological Economics 24:213-230.
 


Oysters and the Chesapeake Bay ecosystem: A case for exotic species introduction to improve environmental quality?.
Gottlieb, Sara J. and Mona E. Schweighofer. 1996. UM-SG-RS-96-14. Free.
Estuaries 19(3):639-650.
 


The Chesapeake Bay and its watershed: A model for sustainable ecosystem management.
Costanza, Robert and Jack Greer. 1995. UM-SG-RS-95-05. Free.
Barriers and Bridges for the renewal of regional ecosystems, C.S. Holling and S. Light, eds., pages 169-213.
 


State of the Chesapeake Bay.
Mackiernan, G.B. 1991. UM-SG-RS-91-14. Free.
Water Environment & Technology 2:60-68.
 


The Chesapeake Bay oyster fishery: Traditional management practices.
Kennedy, V.S. 1989. UM-SG-RS-89-03. Free.
Marine Invertebrate Fisheries: Their Assessment and Management, John F. Caddy, ed. John Wiley and Sons, Inc. (book), pages 455-477.
 


Situational and subjective determinants of satisfaction in marine recreational fishing.
Graefe, A.R. and A.J. Fedler. 1987. UM-SG-RS-87-12. Free.
Leisure Sciences 8(3):275-295.
 


Bringing up oysters.
Leffler, M. 1987. UM-SG-RS-87-08. Free.
Oceans 19:38-43.
 


Sixteen decades of political management of the oyster fishery in Maryland's Chesapeake Bay.
Kennedy, V.S. and L.L. Breisch. 1983. UM-SG-RS-83-03. Free.
Journal of Environmental Management 16:153-171.
 


Measuring the cost of time in recreation demand analysis: An application to sportfishing.
McConnell, K.E. and I.E. Strand. 1982. UM-SG-RS-82-01. Free.
Am. Jour. Agr. Econ 63(1):153-156.
 


Public opinion and interest group positions on Chesapeake Bay issues: Implications for resource management.
Florestano, P.S. and P.A. Rathbun. 1982. UM-SG-RS-82-10. Free.
Coastal Zone Management Journal 9(1):19-39.
 


Avoidance costs associated with imperfect information: the case of Kepone.
Swartz, D.G. and I.E. Strand, Jr. 1981. UM-SG-RS-81-07. Free.
Land Economics 57(2):139-150.
 


Economic aspects of commercial striped bass harvest.
Strand, I.E., V.J. Norton and J.G. Adriance. 1981. UM-SG-RS-81-08. Free.
Proceedings of the Marine Recreational Fisheries Symposium, Boston, Mass., March 27-28.
 


Residency laws for oystering: The legal and economic consequences of Douglas vs. Seacoast Products, Inc. 1979.
Lewis, T.B. and I.E. Strand, Jr. 1979. UM-SG-RS-79-01. Free.
The Maryland Law Review 38:1-36.
 

Coastal and Environmental Policy

Quantity


Rent-seeking and incentives for compliance in the commons.
Holzer, Jorge, Douglas Lipton, and Olivier Franois. 2012. 2012. UM-SG-RS-2012-11. DOI :10.1093/ajae/aas077. Free.
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 95(1):117-130.
 

Ethics

Quantity


Patented genes: an ethical appraisal.
Sagoff, Mark. 1998. UM-SG-RS-98-19. Free.
Issues in Science and Technology Online: Perspectives Spring 1998:73-71.
 

Oysters

Quantity


[selected]Economic benefits of a restored oyster fishery in Chesapeake Bay.
Lipton, Douglas. 2008. UM-SG-RS-2008-23. Free.
Journal of Shellfish Research 27(3):619-623.
 

Environmental Science

General

Quantity


[new]Denitrification in alluvial wetlands in an urban landscape.
Harrison, Melanie D., Peter M. Groffman, Paul M. Mayer, Sujay S. Kaushal, and Tamara A. Newcomer. 2011. UM-SG-RS-2011-02. Free.
J. Environ. Qual 40:634-646.
 


[new]Longitudinal variability in streamwater chemistry and carbon and nitrogen fluxes in restored and degraded urban stream networks.
Sivirichi, Gwendolyn M., Sujay S. Kaushal, Paul M. Mayer, Claire Welty, Kenneth T. Belt, Tamara A. Newcomer, Katie D. Newcomb and Melissa M. Grese. 2011. UM-SG-RS-2011-03. Free.
Journal of Environmental Monitoring 13:288-303.
 


The non-native solitary ascidian Ciona intestinalis (L.) depresses species richness.
Blum, Julia C., Andrew L. Chang, Marcela Liljesthrom, Michelle E. Schenk, Mia K. Steinberg, and Gregory M. Ruiz. 2007. UM-SG-RS-2007-03. Free.
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 342:5-14.
 


Non-native bryozoans in coastal embayments of the southern United States: newrecords for the western Atlantic.
McCann, Linda D., Natasha Gray Hitchcock, Judith E. Winston, and Gregory M. Ruiz. 2007. UM-SG-RS-2007-19. Free.
Bulletin of Marine Science 80(2):319-342.
 


Growth and reproduction of gelatinous zooplankton exposed to low dissolved oxygen.
Grove, Michael and Denise L. Breitburg. 2005. UM-SG-RS-2005-16. Free.
Marine Ecology Progress Series 301:185-198.
 


Gene identification of cryptic juveniles of little skate and winter skate.
Bremer, Alvarado, J.R., M.G. Frisk, T.J. Miller, J. Turner, J. Vinas, and K. Kwil. 2005. UM-SG-RS-2005-17. Free.
Journal of Fish Biology 66:1177-1182.
 


The role of environmental generalist species in ecosystem function.
Richmond, Courtney E., Denise L. Breitburg, and Kenneth A. Rose. 2005. UM-SG-RS-2005-29. DOI :10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2005.03.002. Free.
Ecological Modelling 188:279-295.
 


Bio-optical model for Chesapeake Bay and the Middle Atlantic Bight.
Magnuson, Andrea, Lawrence W. Harding Jr., Michael E. Mallonee, and Jason E. Adolf. 2004. UM-SG-RS-2004-09. Free.
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 61:403-424.
 


Metal accumulation in Baltimore Harbor: current and past inputs.
Mason, Robert P., Eun-Hee Kim, and Jeffery Cornwell. 2004. UM-SG-RS-2004-10. Free.
Applied Geochemistry 19:1801-1825.
 


Cell surface proteolytic activity of photoynthetic dinoflagellates.
Stoecker, D.K. and D.E. Gustafson, Jr. 2003. UM-SG-RS-2003-01. Free.
Aquat. Microb. Ecol 30:175-183.
 


Quantifying the complexity of flow networks: How many roles are there?.
Zorach, A.and R.E. Ulanowicz. 2003. UM-SG-RS-2003-02. Free.
Complexity 8(3):68-76.
 


A watershed perspective on nutrient enrichment, science, and policy in the Patuxent River.
D'Elia, C.F., W.R. Boynton and J.G. Sanders. 2003. UM-SG-RS-2003-07. Free.
Estuaries 26(A):171-185.
 


The interrelationships among trace element cycling, nutrient loading and system complexity in estuaries: A mesocosm study.
Riedel , G.F. and J.G. Sanders. 2003. UM-SG-RS-2003-06. Free.
Estuaries 26(A):339-351.
 


Protein expression signatures: an application of proteomics.
Bradley, Brian P., Elizabeth A. Shrader, David G. Kimmel, Jessica C. Meiller. 2002. UM-SG-RS-2002-08. Free.
Marine Environmental Research 54:373-377.
 


Paleoecology of submerged macrophytes in the upper Chesapeake Bay.
Brush, Grace S., and William B. Hilgartner. 2000. UM-SG-RS-2000-12. Free.
Ecological Monographs 70(4):645-667.
 


Prevalence of Cryptosporidium, Giardia and Eimeria infections in post-weaned and adult cattle on three Maryland farms.Fayer, R., J.M. Trout, T.K. Graczyk, E.J. Lewis.
Fayer, R., J.M. Trout, T.K. Graczyk, E.J. Lewis. 2000. UM-SG-RS-2000-13. Free.
Veterinary Parasitology 93:103-112.
 


Susceptibility of the Chesapeake Bay to environmental contamination with Cryptosporidium parvum.
Graczyk, Thaddeus K., Ronald Fayer, James M.Trout, Mark C. Jenkins, James Higgins, Earl J. Lewis, and C. Austin Farley. 2000. UM-SG-RS-2000-15. Free.
Environmental Research 82(A):106-112.
 


Mechanical transport and transmission of Cryptosporidium parvum oocysts by wild filth flies.
Graczyk, Thaddeus K., Ronald Fayer, Ronald Knight, Barbara Mhangami-Ruwende, James M. Trout, Alexandre J. Da Silva, and Norman J. Pieniazek. 2000. UM-SG-RS-2000-16. Free.
Am. J. Trop. Med. Hyg 63(3, 4):178-183.
 


Cryptophyte algae are robbed of their organelles by the marine ciliate Mesodinium rubrum.
Gustafson, Daniel E., Jr, Diane K. Stoecker, Matthew D. Johnson, William F. Van Heukelem and Kerri Sneider. 2000. UM-SG-RS-2000-17. Free.
Nature 405:1049-1052.
 


Biogeochemical control on the flux of trace elements from estuarine sediments: effects of seasonal and short-term hypoxia.
Riedel, G.F. , J.G. Sanders and R.W. Osman. 1999. UM-SG-RS-99-04. Free.
Marine Environmental Research 47:349-372.
 


Microoganisms and the impact of heavy metals in marine ecosystems.
Weiner, R.M., E. Chang, S. Coon and M. Walch. 1999. UM-SG-RS-99-08. Free.
Recent Res. Devel. Microbiology 3:391-414.
 


Linking water quality to larval survival: predation mortality of fish larvae in an oxygen-stratified water column.
Breitburg, D.L. , K.A. Rose and J.H. Cowan, Jr. 1999. UM-SG-RS-99-05. Free.
Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser 178:39-54.
 


The plasticity of marine bacteria: Adaptations to high- and low-nutrients habitats.
Weiner, Ronald. 1999. UM-SG-RS-99-01. Free.
Microbial Ecology and Infectious Disease, Eugene Rosenberg (ed.), pages 17-29.
 


Surface Wind Wave Modeling in Chesapeake Bay.
Lin, Weiqi, Lawrence P. Sanford, Brian J. Alleva and David J. Schwab. 1998. UM-SG-RS-98-02. Free.
Ocean Wave Measurement and Analysis: Proceedings of the Third International Symposium WAVES. Billy L. Edge and J. Michael Nemsley, eds. 1998. American Society of Civil Engineers. Reston, VA.
 


Biogeochemical control on the flux of trace elements from estuarine sediments: water column oxygen concentrations and benthic infauna.
Riedel, G.F., J.G. Sanders and R.W. Osman. 1997. UM-SG-RS-97-01. Free.
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 44:23-28.
 


Characterizing lateral variability of phytoplankton chlorophyll in Chesapeake Bay with aircraft ocean color data.
Weiss, Gregory M., Lawrence W. Harding, Jr., Eric C. Itsweire and Janet W. Campbell. 1997. UM-SG-RS-97-02. Free.
Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser 149:18-199.
 


Escape of the ctenophore Mnemiopsis leidyi from the scyphomedusa predator Chrysaora quinquecirrha.
Kreps, T.A., J.E. Purcell and K.B. Heidelberg. 1997. UM-SG-RS-97-03. Free.
Marine Biology 128:441-446.
 


Effect of in vitro exposure to tributyltin on generation of oxygen metabolites by oyster hemocytes.
Anderson, Robert S., Lisa L. Brubacher, Lisa M. Ragone Calvo, Eugene M. Burreson and Michael A. Unger. 1997. UM-SG-RS-97-04. Free.
Environmental Research 74:84-90.
 


Magnification of tributyl tin toxicity in biofilms of Shewarella colwelliana.
Labare, M.L., S.L. Coon, C. Matthias and R.M. Weiner. 1997. UM-SG-RS-97-05. Free.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 63(10):4107-4110.
 


Varying effects of low dissolved oxygen on trophic interactions in an estuarine food web.
Breitburg, Denise L., Timothy Loher, Carol A. Pacey and Adam Gerstein. 1997. UM-SG-RS-97-06. Free.
Ecological Monographs 67(4):489-507.
 


Long-term increase of phytoplankton biomass in Chesapeake Bay, 1950-1994.
Harding, L.W., Jr., and E.S. Perry. 1997. UM-SG-RS-97-07. Free.
Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser 157:39-52.
 


Effects of diflubenzuron on the maturation and reproductive success of the copepod Eurytemora affinis.
Wright, D.A., J.D. Savitz, R. Dawson, J. Magee and R.A. Smucker. 1996. UM-SG-RS-96-01. Free.
Ecotoxicology 5:47-58.
 


Laboratory culture of Zebra (Dreissena polymorpha) and Guagga (D. bugensis) mussel larvae using estuarine algae.
Wright, David A. Eileen M. Setzler-Hamilton, John A. Magee and H. Rodger Harvey. 1996. UM-SG-RS-96-02. Free.
J.Great Lakes Res 22(1):46-54.
 


Effects of salinity and temperature on survival and development of young Zebra (Dreissena polymorpha) and Quagga (Dreissena bugensis) mussels.
Wright, D.A., E.M. Setzler-Hamilton, J.A. Magee, V.S. Kennedy & P. McIninch. 1996. UM-SG-RS-96-05. Free.
Estuaries 19(3):619-628.
 


Effects of Hyphomonans PM-1 biofilms on the toxicity of copper and zinc to Crassostrea gigas and Crassostrea virginica larval set.
Chang, Emily Y., Steven L. Coon, Marianne Walch and ronald Weiner. 1996. UM-SG-RS-96-07. Free.
Journal of Shellfish Reserach 15(3):589-595.
 


Algorithm development for recovering chlorophyll concentrations in the Chesapeake Bay using aircraft remote sensing, 1988-1991.
Harding, Lawrence W., Jr., Eric C. Itsweire and Wayne E. Esaias. 1995. UM-SG-RS-95-03. Free.
Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing 61(2):177-185.
 


Chesapeake Bay Watershed historical land use: Impact on water quality and diatom communities.
Cooper, Sherri. 1995. UM-SG-RS-95-08. Free.
Ecological Applications 5(3):703-723.
 


Partitioning of hydrophobic organic contaminants to resuspended sediments and plankton in the mesohaline Chesapeake Bay.
Ko, Fung-Chi and Joel E. Baker. 1995. UM-SG-RS-95-06. Free.
Marine Chemistry 49:171-188.
 


Seasonal and regional variations in plankton community production and respiration for Chesapeake Bay.
Smith, Erik M. and W. Michael Kemp. 1995. UM-SG-RS-95-02. Free.
Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser 116:217-231.
 


Sedimentary evidence for decreased heavy-metal inputs to Chespeake Bay.
Owens, Michael, and Jeffrey Cornwell. 1995. UM-SG-RS-95-04. Free.
Ambio 24(1):24-27.
 


Temperature and substrate regulation of bacterial abundance, production and specific growth rate in Chesapeake Bay, USA.
Shiah, Fuh-Kwo and Hugh W. Ducklow. 1995. UM-SG-RS-95-07. Free.
Mar.Ecol.Prog.Ser 103:297-308.
 


Temperature regulation of heterotrophic bacterioplankton abundance, production, and specific growth rate in Chesapeake Bay.
Shiah, Fuh-Kwo and Hugh W. Ducklow. 1995. UM-SG-RS-95-14. Free.
Limnol.Oceanogr 39(6):1243-1258.
 


Diatoms in sediment cores from the Chesapeake Bay, USA.
Cooper, Sherri Rumer. 1995. UM-SG-RS-95-16. Free.
Diatom Research 10(1):39-89.
 


Predation by the schyphomedusan Chrysaora quingvecirrha on Mnemiopsis leidyi ctenophores.
Purcell, Jennifer and James H. Cowan, Jr. 1995. UM-SG-RS-95-19. Free.
Mar.Ecol.Progr.Ser 129:63-70.
 


Estimates of phytoplankton biomass in the Chesapeake Bay from aircraft and remote sensing of chlorophyll concentrations, 1989-1992.
Harding, Lawrence W., Jr., Eric C. Itswiere, and Wayne E. Esaias. 1994. UM-SG-RS-94-11. Free.
Remote Sens. Environ 49:41-56.
 


Long-term trends in the distribution of phytoplankton in Chesapeake Bay: roles of light, nutrients and streamflow.
Harding, L.W., Jr. 1994. UM-SG-RS-94-01. Free.
Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser 104:267-291.
 


Activity and distribution of attched bacteria in Chesapeake Bay.
Griffith, Peter, Fuh-Kwo Shiah, Kathryn Gloersen, Hugh W. Ducklow and Madilyn Fletcher. 1994. UM-SG-RS-94-07. Free.
Mar.Ecol. Prog.Ser 108:1-10.
 


Analysis of spatial and temporal scales of variability in phytoplankton abundance in the Chesapeake Bay using aircraft remote sensing.
Harding, Lawrence W., Jr., Gregory M. Weiss and Scott W. Gennari. 1994. UM-SG-RS-94-12. Free. 17pp.
 


Arsenic cycling and its impact in estuarine and coastal marine ecosystems.
Sanders, James G, Gerhardt F. Riedel, and Richard W. Osman. 1994. UM-SG-RS-94-04. Free.
Aresenic in the Environment, Part I: Cycling and characterization ed. by Jerome D. Nraigu, John Wiley & sons, pages 289-308.
 


Factors regulating plankton community respiration in Chesapeake Bay.
Sampou, P. and W. M. Kemp. 1994. UM-SG-RS-94-05. Free.
Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser 110:249-258.
 


Predation by gelatinous zooplankton and resource limitation as potential controls of Acartia tonsa copepod populations in Chespeake Bay.
Purcell, Jennifer E., Jacques R. White and Michael R. Ronan. 1994. UM-SG-RS-94-08. Free.
Limnol. Oceanogr 39(2):263-278.
 


Refining habitat requirements of submersed aquatic vegetation: role of optical models.
Gallegos, C.L. 1994. UM-SG-RS-94-03. Free.
Estuaries 17(1B):187-199.
 


Effects of low dissolved oxygen on predation on estuarine fish larvae.
Breitburg, D.L., N. Steinberg, S. DuBeau, C. Cooksey and E.D. Houde. 1994. UM-SG-RS-94-02. Free.
Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser 104:235-246.
 


Behavioral response of fish larvae to low dissolved oxygen concentrations in a stratified water column.
Breitburg, D.L. 1994. UM-SG-RS-94-14. Free.
Marine Biology 120:615-625.
 


A 2,500-year history of anoxia and eutrophication in Chesapeake Bay.
Cooper, Sherri Rumer and Grace S. Brush. 1993. UM-SG-RS-93-20. Free.
Estuaries 16(3B):617-626.
 


Algorithm development for recovering chlorophyll concentrations in the Chesapeake Bay using aircraft remote sensing, 1989-91.
Harding, L.W., Jr., E.C. Itsweire and W.E. Esaias. 1993. UM-SG-RS-93-12. Free.
Proceedings of the First Thematic Conference on Remote Sensing for Marine and Coastal Environments: SPIE Volume II.
 


New sedimentation, resuspension and burial.
Sanford, L.P. 1993. UM-SG-RS-93-07. Free.
Limnol. Oceanogr 37(6):1164-1178.
 


Phytoplankton pigments and growth rates, and microzooplankton grazing in a large temperate estuary.
McManus, G.B. and M.C. Ederington-Cantrell. 1993. UM-SG-RS-93-02. Free.
Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser 87:77-85.
 


Ammonium excretion by gelatinous zooplankton and their contribution to the ammonium requirements of microplankton in Chesapeake Bay.
Nemazie, D.A., J.E. Purcell and P.M. Glibert. 1993. UM-SG-RS-93-21. Free.
Marine Biology 116:451-458.
 


Effects of low oxygen waters on Chesapeake Bay zooplankton.
Roman, M.R., A.L. Gauzens, W.K. Rhinehart and J.R. White. 1993. UM-SG-RS-93-16. Free.
Limnol. Oceanogr 38(8):1604-1614.
 


Effects of predation by the scyphomedusan Chrysaora quinquecirrha on zooplankton populations in Chesapeake Bay.
Purcell, J. 1993. UM-SG-RS-93-03. Free.
Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser 87:65-76.
 


Production and characterization of moclonal antibodies specific for Shewanella colwelliana exopolysaccharide.
Sledjeski, D.D. and R.M. Weiner. 1993. UM-SG-RS-93-14. Free.
Appl. and Env. Microbiology 59(5):1565-1572.
 


Seasonal study of grazing by metazoan zooplankton in the mesohaline Chesapeake Bay.
White, J.R. and M. Roman. 1993. UM-SG-RS-93-08. Free.
Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser 86:251-261.
 


The annual cycle of arsenic in a temperate estuary.
Riedel, Gerhardt F. 1993. UM-SG-RS-93-19. Free.
Estuaries 16(3A):533-540.
 


The role and control of nutrients in Chesapeake Bay.
D'Elia, C.F., L.W. Harding, Jr., M. Leffler and G.B. Mackiernan. 1993. UM-SG-RS-93-13. Free.
Wat. Sci. Tech 26(12):2635-2644.
 


Trace element transformation during the development of an estuarine algal bloom.
Sanders, J.G. and G.F. Riedel. 1993. UM-SG-RS-93-18. Free.
Estuaries 16(3A):521-532.
 


Distribution of viruses in the Chesapeake Bay.
Wommack, K.E., R.T. Hill, M. Kessel, E. Russek-Cohen and R.R. Colwell. 1993. UM-SG-RS-93-01. Free.
Applied and Env. Microbiology 58(9):2965-2970.].
 


Biochemical and serological characterization of carnebacterium, isolated from farmed and natural populations of striped bass and catfish.
Baya, A.M., A.E. Toranzo, B. Lupiani, T. Li, B.S. Roberson and F.M. Hetrick. 7 pp. 1992. UM-SG-RS-92-02. Free.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 57 (11):3114-3120.
 


Episodic hypoxia in Chesapeake Bay: Interacting effects of recruitment, behavior, and physical disturbance.
Breitburg, D.L. 1992. UM-SG-RS-92-18. Free.
Ecological Monograph 62(4):525-546.
 


Hyphomonas, Shewanella and other marine bacteria lack heterogeneous (ladderlike) lippopolysaccharides.
Sledjeski, D.D. and R.M. Weiner. 1992. UM-SG-RS-92-06. Free.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology July:2094-2096.
 


Properties of an extracellular adhesive polymer from the marine bacterium, Shewanella colwelliana.
Abu, G.O., R.M.Weiner, J. Rice and R.R. Colwell. 1992. UM-SG-RS-92-05. Free.
Biofouling 3:69-84.
 


Riverflow, phytoplankton and oxygen depletion in Chesapeake Bay. Modern and Ancient Continental Shelf Anoxia.
Malone, T.C. 1992. UM-SG-RS-92-08. Free.
Geol. Soc. Spec. Publica 58:83-93.
 


Annual cycle of dissolved silicate in Chesapeake Bay: implications for the production and fate of phytoplankton biomass.
Conley, D.J. and T.C. Malone. 1992. UM-SG-RS-92-14. Free.
Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser 81:121-128.
 


Determination of phytoplankton chlorophyll concentrations in the Chesapeake Bay with aircraft remote sensing.
Harding, L.W., Jr., E.C. Itsweire and W.E. Esaias. 1992. UM-SG-RS-92-09. Free.
Remote Sensing Environ 40:79-100.
 


Identification of a tyrosinase from a periphytic marine bacterium.
Kelley, S.K., V.E. Coyne, D.D. Sledjeski, W. Claiborne Fuqua and R.M. Weiner. 1992. UM-SG-RS-92-04. Free.
FEMS Microbiology Letters 67:275-280.
 


Long-term history of Chesapeake Bay anoxia.
Cooper, S.R. and G.S. Brush. 1992. UM-SG-RS-92-01. Free.
Science 254:992-996.
 


Quantitative feeding ecology of the hydromedusan Nemopsis bachei in Chesapeake Bay.
Purcell, J.E. and D.A. Nemazie. 1992. UM-SG-RS-92-13. Free.
Marine Biology 113:305-311.
 


Seasonal depletion of oxygen from bottom waters of Chesapeake Bay: roles of benthic and planktonic respiration and physical exchange processes.
Kemp, W.M., P.A. Sampou, J. Garber, J. Tuttle and W.R. Boyton. 1992. UM-SG-RS-92-15. Free.
Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser 85:137-152.
 


Serratia marcescens: a potential pathogen for fish.
Baya, A.M., A.E.Toranzo, B. Lupiani, Y. Santos, and F.M.Hetrick. 1992. UM-SG-RS-92-10. Free.
Journal of Fish Diseases 15:15-26.
 


Phenotypic and pathobiological properties of Corynebacterium aquaticum isolated from diseased striped bass.
Baya, A.M., B. Lupiani, I. Bandin, F.M. Hetrick, A. Figueras, A. Carnahan, E.M. May and A.E. Toranzo. 1992. UM-SG-RS-92-17. Free.
Dis. Aquat. Org 14:115-126.
 


Egg production by the calanoid copepod Acartia tonsa in the mesohaline Chesapeake Bay: the importance of food resources and temperature.
White, J.R. and M.R. Roman. 1992. UM-SG-RS-92-16. Free.
Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser 86:239-249.
 


Immunotoxicity of cadmium for the eastern oyster (Crassostrea virginica gmelin 1791): Effects on hemocyte chemiluminescence.
Anderson, R.S., L.M. Oliver and D. Jacobs. 1992. UM-SG-RS-92-20. Free.
Journal of Shellfish Research 11(1):31-35.
 


Superoxide anion generation by Crassostrea virginica hemocytes as measured by nitroblue tetrazolium reduction.
Anderson, R.S., L.M. Oliver, and L.L. Brubacher. 1992. UM-SG-RS-92-12. Free.
Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 59:303-307.
 


Ammonium recycling versus denitrification in Chesapeake Bay sediments.
Kemp, W.M., P. Sampou, J. Caffrey and M. Meyer. 1991. UM-SG-RS-91-15. Free.
Limnol. Oceanogr 35(7):1545-1563.
 


Covariability of dissolved oxygen with physical processes in the summertime Chesapeake Bay.
Sanford, L.P., K.G. Sellner and D.L. Breitburg. 1991. UM-SG-RS-91-02. Free.
Journal of Marine Research 48:567-590.
 


Measurement of zooplankton grazing using particles labelled in light and dark with (methyl-3H) methylamino hydrochloride.
White, J.R. and M.R. Roman. 1991. UM-SG-RS-91-07. Free.
Marine Ecology Progress Series 71:45-52.
 


Near-shore hypoxia in the Chesapeake Bay: patterns and relationships among physical factors.
Breitburg, D.L. 1991. UM-SG-RS-91-01. Free.
Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science 30:593-609.
 


Spectral distribution and species specific photosynthetic performance of natural populations of Prorocentrum mariae-lebouriae (Dinophyceae) in the Chesapeake Bay.
Harding, L.W., Jr., M.E. Mallonee, K.W. Henderson. 1991. UM-SG-RS-91-08. Free.
Marine Ecology Progress Series 52:261-272.
 


Applications of CHESMAP: an environmental data mapping program.
Jacobs, D. and D.G. Swartz. 1990. UM-SG-RS-90-04. Free.
Proceedings of the Thirteenth Annual SAS Users Group International Conference. SAS Inst., Cary NC., pages 373-381.
 


Dinoflagellate-microzooplankton interactions in Chesapeake Bay.
Sellner, K.G. and D.C. Brownlee. 1990. UM-SG-RS-90-12. Free.
Edna Graneli et al., eds., Toxic Marine Phytoplankton, Elsevier Science Publishing, Inc., pages 221-226.
 


Displaying taxonomic data and lyses using SAS/GRAPH.
Jacobs, D. 1990. UM-SG-RS-90-05. Free.
Proceedings of the Thirteenth Annual SAS Users Group International Conference, 1988, SAS Institute, Cary, N.C., pages 132-138.
 


Hyphomonas species metabolise amino acids using krebs cycle enzymes.
Devine, R.A. and R. M. Weiner. 1990. UM-SG-RS-90-15. Free.
Microbios 62:137-153.
 


The development of CHESMAP: a program for mapping environmental data.
Jacobs, D. and D. G. Swartz. 1990. UM-SG-RS-90-03. Free.
Proceedings of the Twelfth Annual SAS Users Group International Conference, SAS Institute, Cary, NC., pages 523-527.
 


Acute toxicity of formalin and copper sulfate to striped bass fingerlings held in varying salinities.
Reardon, I.S. and R.M. Harrell. 1990. UM-SG-RS-90-11. Free.
Aquaculture 87:255-270.
 


Effects of hypoxia and anoxia on survival, energy metabolism and feeding of oyster larvae (Crassostrea virginica) Gmelin.
Widdows, T., R.I.E. Newell and R. Mann. 1990. UM-SG-RS-90-06. Free.
Biol. Bull 177:154-166.
 


Preliminary results of experiments to determine the effects of suspended sediments on the estuarine copepod, Eurytemora affinis.
Sellner, K.G. and M.H. Bundy. 1989. UM-SG-RS-89-01. Free.
Continental Shelf Research 7(11/12:1435-1438.
 


Daylight differences in the grazing impact of marine copepods.
Roman, M.R., K.A. Ashton and A.L. Gauzens. 1989. UM-SG-RS-89-10. Free.
Hydrobiologia 167/168:21-30.
 


Influences of river flow on the dynamics of phytoplankton production in a partially stratified estuary.
Malone, T.C., L.H. Crocker, S.E. Pike and B.W. Wendler. 1989. UM-SG-RS-89-02. Free.
Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser 48:235-249.
 


Major outer membrane proteins unique to reproductive cells of Hyphomonas jannaschiana.
Shen, N., L. Dagasan, D. Sledjeski and R.M. Weiner. 1989. UM-SG-RS-89-08. Free.
Journal of Bacteriology April:2226-2228.
 


The influence of physical factors in governing temporal and spatial variations of seston.
Berg, J.A. and R.I.E. Newell. 1989. UM-SG-RS-89-04. Free.
Estuarine Circulation, Bruce J. Neilson, John Brubaker and Albert Kuo. Humana Press, Inc., pages 235-253.
 


Effect of biofilms of the marine bacterium Alteromonas colwelliana (LST) on set of the oysters Crassostrea gigas (Thunberg, 1793) and C. virginica (Gmelin, 1791).
Weiner, R.M., M. Walch, M. Labare, D.B. Bonar and R.R. Colwell. 1989. UM-SG-RS-89-11. Free.
Journal of Shellfish Research 8(1):117-123.
 


Diel growth in eelgrass, Zostera marina.
W.M. Kemp, L. Murray, J. Borum and K. Sand-Jensen. 1988. UM-SG-RS-88-01. Free.
Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser 41:79-86.
 


Marsh loss in Nanticoke estuary, Chesapeake Bay.
Kearney, M.S., R.E. Grace and J.C. Stevenson. 1988. UM-SG-RS-88-08. Free.
Geographical Review 78(2):205-220.
 


Carbon metabolism in estuarine phytoplankton regulation of photosynthetic fixation patterns.
Harding, L.W., Jr. and T.W. Jones. 1988. UM-SG-RS-88-05. Free.
Biol. Oceanogr 5:183-214.
 


Copper accumulation by two bivalve molluscs: salinity effect is independent of cupric ion activity.
Wright, D.A. and C.D. Zamuda. 1988. UM-SG-RS-88-02. Free.
Marine Environmental Research 23:1-14.
 


Effect of light history on the ultrastructure and physiology of Prorocentrum mariae-lebouriae (Dinophyceae).
Coats, D.W. and L.W. Harding, Jr. 1988. UM-SG-RS-88-06. Free.
J. Phycol 24:67-77.
 


Photosynthetic physiology of Prorocentrum mariae-lebouriae during its subpycnocline transport in Chesapeake Bay.
Harding, L.W., Jr. and D.W. Coats. 1988. UM-SG-RS-88-07. Free.
J. Phycol 24:77-89.
 


Oxygen fluctuations and fish population dynamics in a Chesapeake Bay oyster bed.
Breitburg, D.L. 1988. UM-SG-RS-88-11. Free.
Understanding the Estuary: Advances in Chesapeake Bay Research, Proceedings of a Conference. Chesapeake Research Consortium, Publication 129, pages 547-557.
 


Adaptive responses of photosynthesis in phytoplankton: specificity to time-scale of change in light.
Harding, L.W., Jr., T.R. Fisher, Jr. and M.A. Tyler. 1987. UM-SG-RS-87-09. Free.
Biol. Ocean 4:403-437.
 


Photosynthesis patterns in Chesapeake Bay phytoplankton: short and long-term responses of P-I curve parameters to light.
Harding, L.W., Jr., B.W. Meeson and T.R. Fisher, Jr. 1987. UM-SG-RS-87-05. Free.
Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser 26:99-111.
 


Phytoplankton production in two East Coast estuaries: photosynthesis-light functions and patterns of carbon assimilation in Chesapeake and Delaware bays.
Harding, L.W., Jr., B.W. Meeson and T.R. Fisher, Jr. 1987. UM-SG-RS-87-04. Free.
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 23:773-806.
 


Seasonal distributions of suspended particulate material and dissolved nutrients in a coastal plain estuary.
Ward, L.G., and R.R. Twilley. 1987. UM-SG-RS-87-01. Free.
Estuaries 9(3):156-168.
 


Development of a mapping program to represent environmental data.
Swartz, D.G., D. Jacobs and R.R. Colwell. 1987. UM-SG-RS-87-10. Free.
In Computer Handling and Dissemination of Data, P.S. Glaser, ed., Elsevier Science Publishers.
 


Nutrient enrichment studies in a coastal plain estuary: phytoplankton growth in large-scale, continuous cultures.
D'Elia, C.F., J. Sanders and W.R. Boynton. 1986. UM-SG-RS-86-04. Free.
Can. J. Fisheries and Aquatic. Sci 43(2):397-406.
 


Relative copper binding capacities of dissolved organic compounds in a coastal-plain estuary.
Newell, A.D. and J.G. Sanders. 1986. UM-SG-RS-86-08. Free.
Env. Sci. and Tech 20:817-821.
 


Some effects of diflubenzuron on growth and sporogenesis in Streptomyces spp.
Smucker, R.A. and S.L. Coon. 1986. UM-SG-RS-86-02. Free.
Appl. and Env. Microbiology 51(1):25-31.
 


Effects of phosphate on Streptomyces griseus chitinase production.
Smucker, R.A. and C.K. Kim. 1985. UM-SG-RS-85-01. Free.
In Chitin, Chitosan and Related Enzymes, Academic Press.
 


Physiological aspects of atrazine degradation by higher marine fungi.
Schocken, M.J. and M.K. Speedie. 1985. UM-SG-RS-85-04. Free.
Arch. Environ. Contam. Toxicol 13:707-714.
 


Public health significance of human pathogens in the ocean.
Brayton, P., D. Roszak, S.A. Huq, D.J. Grimes and R.R. Colwell. 1985. UM-SG-RS-85-06. Free.
Proc. Oceans 1984, pp. 263-267.
 


The coupling of nitrification and denitrification in two estuarine sediments.
Jenkins, M.C. and W.M. Kemp. 1985. UM-SG-RS-85-05. Free.
Limnol. Oceanogr 29:608-619.
 


Viable but nonrecoverable stage of Salmonella enteritidis in aquatic systems.
Roszak, D.B., D.J. Grimes and R.R. Colwell. 1985. UM-SG-RS-85-07. Free.
Can. J. Microbiol 30:334-338.
 


Chesapeake Bay nutrient and plankton dynamics: III. The annual cycle of dissolved silicon.
D'Elia, C.F., D.M. Nelson and W.R. Boynton. 1984. UM-SG-RS-84-05. Free.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 47:1945-1955.
 


Silicic acid regeneration from estuarine sediment cores.
Yamada, S.S. and C.F. D'Elia. 1984. UM-SG-RS-84-10. Free.
Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser 18:113-118.
 


The interaction of organophosphate and carbamate insecticides with cholinesterases in the terrestrial pulmonate, Limax maximus.
Pessah, I.N. and P.G. Sokolove. 1983. UM-SG-RS-83-04. Free.
Comp. Biochem. Physiol 74C(2):291-297.
 


Characteristics of Escherichia coli grown in bay water as compared with rich medium.
Chai, T.-J. 1983. UM-SG-RS-83-07. Free.
Appl. and Environ. Microbiology 45(4):1316-1323.
 


Cell-associated and extracellular cellulolytic enzyme activity in the marine fungus Dendryphiella arenaria.
MacDonald, M.J., and M.K. Speedie. 1982. UM-SG-RS-82-09. Free.
Canadian Journal of Botany 60(6):838-842.
 


Incidence of marine bdellovibrios lytic against Vibrio parahaemolyticus in Chesapeake Bay.
Williams, H.N., W.A. Falkler, Jr. and D.E. Shay. 1982. UM-SG-RS-82-03. Free.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 40(5):970-972.
 


Interaction of higher marine fungi with the herbicide atrazine: I. Survey of interactive modes.
Schocken, M.J., M.K. Speedie and P.W. Kirk, Jr. 1982. UM-SG-RS-82-11. Free.
Mycologia 74(5):801-808.
 


Interaction of higher marine fungi with the herbicide atrazine: II. Sorption of atrazine to four species of marine fungi.
Schocken, M.J. and M.K. Speedie. 1982. UM-SG-RS-82-05. Free.
Bull. Environm. Contam. Toxicol 29:101-106.
 


Interaction of higher marine fungi with the herbicide atrazine: III. Adsorption of atrazine to the marine fungus Dendryphiella salina.
Schocken, M.J. and M.K. Speedie. 1982. UM-SG-RS-82-12. Free.
Chemosphere 11(9):885-890.
 


Nutrient and oxygen redistribution during a spring neap tidal cycle in a temperate estuary.
Webb, K.L. and C.F. D'Elia. 1981. UM-SG-RS-81-02. Free.
Science 207:983-985.
 


An estuarine agar medium for enumeration of aerobic heterotrophic bacteria associated with water, sediment and shellfish.
Weiner, R.M., D. Hussong and R.R. Colwell. 1980. UM-SG-RS-80-06. Free.
Canadian Journal of Microbiology 26(11):1366-1369.
 


Bacteria associated with false-positive most-probable-number coliform test results for shellfish and estuaries.
Hussong, J.M. Damare, R.M. Weiner and R.R. Colwell. 1980. UM-SG-RS-80-07. Free.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 41(1):35-45.
 


Rate of occurrence of false-positive results from total coliform most-probable-number analysis of shellfish and estuaries.
Hussong, D., R.R. Colwell and R.M. Weiner. 1980. UM-SG-RS-80-08. Free.
Appl. and Env. Microbiology 40(5):981-983.
 


Seasonal concentration of coliform bacteria by Crassostrea virginica, the eastern oyster in Chesapeake Bay.
Hussong, D., R.R. Colwell and R.M. Weiner. 1980. UM-SG-RS-80-09. Free.
Journal of Food Protection 44(3):201-203.
 

Biotechnology

Quantity


Complete genome sequence of the complex carbohydrate-degrading marine bacterium, Saccharophagus degradans strain 2-40T.
Weiner, Ronald M., Larry E. Taylor II, Bernard Henrissat, Loren Hauser, Miriam Land, Pedro M. Coutinho, Corinne Rancurel, Elizabeth H. Saunders, Atkinson G. Longmire, Haitao Zhang, Edward A. Bayer, Harry J. Gilbert, Frank Larimer, Igor B. Zhulin, Nathan A. Ekborg, Raphael Lamed, Paul M. Richardson, Ilya Borovok, and Steven Hutcheson. 2008. UM-SG-RS-2008-08. Free.
PLoS Genetics 4(5):1-13.
 


Genomic and proteomic analyses of the agarolytic system expressed by Saccharophagus degradans 2-40.
Ekborg, Nathan A., Larry E. Taylor, Atkinson G. Longmire, Bernard Henrissat, Ronald M. Weiner, and Steven W. Hutcheson. 2006. UM-SG-RS-2006-15. Free.
Applied And Environmental Microbiology 72(5):3396-3405.
 


Complete cellulase system in the marine bacterium Saccharophagus degradans strain 2-40T.
Taylor, Larry E. II, Bernard Henrissat, Pedro M. Coutinho, Nathan A. Ekborg, Steven W. Hutcheson, and Ronald M. Weiner. 2006. UM-SG-RS-2006-18. Free.
Journal of Bacteriology 188(11):3849-3861.
 


Comparative genomic evidence for a close relationship between the dimorphic prosthecate bacteria Hyphomonas neptunium and Caulobacter crescentus.
Badger, Jonathan H., Timothy R. Hoover, Yves V. Brun, Ronald M. Weiner, et al. 2006. UM-SG-RS-2006-24. Free.
Journal of Bacteriology 188(19):6841-6850.
 


Saccharophagus degradans gen. nov., sp. nov., a versatile marine degrader of complex polysaccharides.
Ekborg, Nathan A., Jose M. Gonzalez, Michael B. Howard, Larry E. Taylor, Steven W. Hutcheson, and Ronald M. Weiner. 2005. UM-SG-RS-2005-07. Free.
International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology 55:1545-1549.
 


Identification and analysis of polyserine linker domains in prokaryotic proteins with emphasis on the marine bacterium Microbulbifer degradans.
Howard, Michael B., Nathan A. Ekborg, Larry E. Taylor, Steven W. Hutcheson and Ronald M. Weiner. 2004. UM-SG-RS-2004-02. Free.
Protein Science 13:1422-1425.
 


Chitinase B of Microbulbifer degradans 2-40 contains two catalytic domains with different chitinolytic activities.
Howard, Michael B., Nathan A. Ekbory, Larry E. Taylor II, Ronald M. Weiner and Steven Hutcheson. 2004. UM-SG-RS-2004-03. Free.
Journal of Bacteriology 186(5):1297-1303.
 


Detection and characterization of chitinases and other chitin-modifying enzymes.
Howard, Michael B., Nathan A. Ekborg, Ronald M. Weiner and Steven W. Hutcheson. 2003. UM-SG-RS-2003-08. Free.
J. Ind. Microbiol. Biotechnol 30:627-635.
 


Genomic analysis and initial characterization of the chitinolytic system of Microbulbifer degradans strain 2-40.
Howard, Michael B., Nathan A. Ekborg, Larry E. Taylor, Ronald M. Weiner and Steven W. Hutcheson. 2003. UM-SG-RS-2003-09. Free.
Journal of Bacteriology 185(11):3352-3360.
 


Phylogenetic characterization of marine bacterium strain 2-40, a degrader of complex polysaccharides.
Jose M. Gonzalez and Ronald M. Weiner. 2000. UM-SG-RS-2000-14. Free.
International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology 8:831-834.
 


Expression of multiple complex polysaccharide-degrading enzyme systems by marine bacterium strain 2-40.
Ensor, L.A., S.K. Stosz and R.M. Weiner. 1999. UM-SG-RS-99-11. Free.
Journal of Industrial Microbiology & Biotechnology 23:123-126.
 


A gliding bacterium strain inhibits adhesion and motility of another gliding bacterium strain in a marine biofilm.
Burchard, Robert P. and Maria L. Sorongon. 1998. UM-SG-RS-98-10. Free.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 64(10):4079-4083.
 

Climate Change

Quantity


[new]Land use and climate variability amplify contaminant pulses.
Kaushal, S.S., M.L. Pace, P.M. Groffman, L.E. Band, K.T. Belt, P.M. Mayer, and C. Welty. 2010. UM-SG-RS-2010-07. Free.
EOS (91)25:221-223.
 


[new]Rising stream and river temperatures in the United States.
Kaushal, Sujay S., Gene E. Likens, Norbert A. Jaworski, Michael L. Pace, Ashley M. Sides, David Seekell, Kenneth T. Belt, David H. Secor, and Rebecca L. Wingate. 2010. UM-SG-RS-2010-08. Free.
Front. Ecol. Environ 8(9):461-466.
 


[new]Predicting effects of climate change on blue crabs in Chesapeake Bay.
Hines, Anson H., Eric G. Johnson, M. Zachary Darnell, Daniel Rittschof, Thomas J. Miller, Laurie J. Bauer, Paula Rodgers, and Robert Aguilar. 2010. UM-SG-RS-2010-24. DOI : 10.4027/bmecpcc.2010.22. Free.
Pages 109-127 in G.H. Kruse, G.L. Eckert, R.J. Foy, R.N. Lipcius, B. Sainte-Marie, D.L. Stram, and D. Woodby (eds.), Biology and Management of Exploited Crab Populations under Climate Change, 2010, Alaska Sea Grant, University of Alaska Fairbanks.
 


Potential climate-change impacts on the Chesapeake Bay.
Najjar, Raymond G., Christopher R. Pyke, Mary Beth Adams, Denise Breitburg, Carl Hershner, Michael Kemp, Robert Howarth, Margaret R. Mulholland, Michael Paolisso, David Secor, Kevin Sellner, Denice Wardrop, and Robert Wood. 2010. UM-SG-RS-2010-01. Free.
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 86:1-20.
 


Climate forcing of the spring bloom in Chesapeake Bay.
Miller, W. David and Lawrence W. Harding, Jr. 2007. UM-SG-RS-2007-08. Freef.
Marine Ecology Progress Series 331:11-22.
 


Emerging marine diseases--climate links and anthropogenic factors.
Harvell, C.D., K. Kim, J.M. Burkholder, R.R. Colwell, P.R. Epstein, D.J. Grimes, E.E. Hofmann, E.K. Lipp, A.D.M.E. Osterhaus, R.M. Overstreet, J.W. Porter, G.W. Smith, and G.R. Vasta. 1999. UM-SG-RS-99-18. Free.
Science 285(3):1505-1510.
 

Ecosystem Processes

Quantity


[new]Natural and human-induced hypoxia and consequences for coastal areas: synthesis and future development.
Zhang, J., D. Gilbert, A.J. Gooday, L. Levin, S.W.A. Naqvi, J.J. Middelburg, M. Scranton, W. Ekau, A. Peña, B. Dewitte, T. Oguz, P.M.S. Monteiro, E. Urban, N.N. Rabalais, V. Ittekkot, W.M. Kemp, O. Ulloa, R. Elmgren, E. Escobar-Briones, and A.K. Van der Plas. 2010. UM-SG-RS-2010-15. Free.
Biogeosciences 7:1443-1467.
 


[new]Ecosystem network analysis indicators are generally robust to parameter uncertainty in a phosphorus model of Lake Sidney Lanier, USA.
Kaufman, Anthony G., and Sstuart R. Borrett. 2010. UM-SG-RS-2010-20. DOI : 10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2009.12.018. Free.
Ecological Modelling 221:1230-1238.
 


[new]Temporal responses of coastal hypoxia to nutrient loading and physical controls.
Kemp, W.M., J.M. Testa, D.J. Conley, D. Gilbert, and J.D. Hagy. 2009. UM-SG-RS-2009-19. Free.
Biogeosciences 6:2985-3008.
 


[new]Remotely-sensed chl a at the Chesapeake Bay mouth is correlated with annual freshwater flow to Chesapeake Bay.
Acker, J.G., Harding, L.W., Leptoukh, T.Z., and Shen, S. 2005. UM-SG-RS-2005-24. Free.
Geophysical Research Letters 32 32:L05601.
 


Redescription and new host record of Capsala laevis (Monogenoidea: Capsalidae: Capsalinae) from gill of roundscale spearfish, Tetrapturus georgii (Perciformes: Istiophoridae) in the northwestern Atlantic Ocean.
Barse, Ann M. and Stephen A. Bullard. 2012. UM-SG-RS-2012-07. DOI : 10.1645/GE-3093.1. Free.
Journal of Parasitology 98(4):735-745.
 


Canopy disturbance alters competitive outcomes between two brackish marsh plant species.
Bickford, Wesley A., Andrew H. Baldwin, Brian A. Needelman, and Raymond R. Weil. 2012. UM-SG-RS-2012-08. http://dx.DOI .org/10.1016/j.aquabot.2012.05.006. Free.
Aquatic Botany 103:23-29.
 


Vegetation response to prescribed fire in Mid-Atlantic brackish marshes.
Bickford, Wesley A., Brian A. Needelman, Raymond R. Weil, and Andrew H. Baldwin. 2012. UM-SG-RS-2012-09. DOI 10.1007/s12237-012-9538-3. Free.
Estuaries and Coasts 35:1432-1442.
 


Ecosystem metabolism in shallow coastal lagoons: patterns and partitioning of planktonic, benthic, and integrated community rates.
Giordano, Juliette C. P., Mark J. Brush, and Iris C. Anderson. 2012. UM-SG-RS-2012-10. DOI : 10.3354/meps09719. Free.
Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser 458:21-38.
 


Why do prescribed burns stimulate tidal marsh plant growth?.
Needelman, Brian A., Andrew H. Baldwin, George W. Geatz, and J. Patrick Megonigal. 2012. UM-SG-RSN-2012-01. Free.
Burn study fact sheet. 9 pp. Department of Environmental Science & Technology, College of Agriculture & Natural Resources. University of Maryland Publication, 2012.
 


Trophic resource overlap between small elasmobranchs and sympatric teleosts in Mid-Atlantic Bight nearshore habitats.
Woodland, Ryan Jordan, David H. Secor, and Madeline E. Wedge. 2011. UM-SG-RS-2011-21. DOI 10.1007/s12237-010-9331-0. Free.
Estuaries and Coasts 34:391-404.
 


Lateral circulation driven by boundary mixing and the association transport of sediments in idealized partially mixed estuaries.
Chen, Shih-Nan and Lawrence P. Sanford. 2009. UM-SG-RS-2009-01. Free.
Continental Shelf Research 29:101-118.
 


Influence of plant communities on denitrification in a tidal freshwater marsh of the Potomac River, United States.
Hopfensperger, Kristine N., Sujay S. Kaushal, Stuart E.G. Findlay and Jeffrey C. Cornwell. 2009. UM-SG-RS-2009-04. Free.
J. Environ. Qual 38:618-626.
 


Metals and membrane metal transporters in biological systems: the role(s) of Nramp in host-parasite interactions.
Lin, Zhuoer, Jos-Antonio Fernndez-Robledo, Mathieu F. M. Cellier, and Gerardo R. Vasta. 2009. UM-SG-RS-2009-14. Free.
The Journal of the Argentine Chemical Society 97(1):210-225.
 


Estuarine ecosystem response captured using a synoptic climatology.
Kimmel, David G., W. David Miller, Lawrence W. Harding Jr., Edward D. Houde, and Michael R. Roman. 2009. UM-SG-RS-2009-08. Free.
Estuaries and Coasts 32:403-409.
 


Nitrogen uptake and denitrification in restored and unrestored streams in urban Maryland, USA.
Klocker, Carolyn A., Sujay S. Kaushal, Peter M. Groffman, Paul M. Mayer, and Raymond P. Morgan. 2009. UM-SG-RS-2009-09. Free.
Aquat. Sci 71:411-424.
 


Can cryptophyte abundance trigger toxic Karlodinium veneficum blooms in eutrophic estuaries?.
Adolf, Jason E., Tsvetan Bachvaroff, and Allen R. Place. 2008. UM-SG-RS-2008-01. Free.
Harmful Algae 8:119-128.
 


Distribution, abundance and domoic acid analysis of the toxic diatom genus Pseudo-nitzschia from the Chesapeake Bay.
Thessen, Anne E. and Diane K. Stoecker. 2008. UM-SG-RS-2008-02. Free.
Estuaries and Coasts 31:664-672.
 


In situ nutrient monitoring: a tool for capturing nutrient variability and the antecedent conditions that support algal blooms.
Glibert, Patricia M., Vincent Kelly, Jeffrey Alexander, Louis A. Codispoti, William C. Boicourt, T. Mark Trice, and Bruce Michael. 2008. UM-SG-RS-2008-03. Free.
Harmful Algae 8:175-181.
 


Interaction between urbanization and climate variability amplifies watershed nitrate export in Maryland.
Kaushal, Sujay S., Peter M. Groffman, Lawrence E. Band, Catherine A. Shields, Raymond P. Morgan, Margaret A. Palmer, Kenneth T. Belt, Christopher M. Swan, Stuart E.G. Findlay, and Gary T. Fisher. 2008. UM-SG-RS-2008-05. Free.
Environ. Sci. Technol 42:5872-5878.
 


New hypothesis helps explain elasmobranch ''outburst'' on Georges Bank in the 1980s.
Frisk, M.G., T.J. Miller, S.J.D. Martell, and K. Sosebee. 2008. UM-SG-RS-2008-07. Free.
Ecological Applications 18(1):234-245.
 


Hyperspectral reflectance response of freshwater macrophytes to salinity in a brackish subtropical marsh.
Tilley, David R., Muneer Ahmed, Ji Ho Son, and Harish Badrinarayanan. 2007. UM-SG-RS-2007-10. Free.
Journal of Enviromental Quality 36(3):773-779.
 


Seasonal and interannual trends in nitrogen and brown tide in Maryland's coastal bays.
Glibert, Patricia M., Catherine E. Wazniak, Matthew R. Hall, and Brian Sturgis. 2007. UM-SG-RS-2007-11. Free.
Ecological Applications 17(5):S79-S87.
 


Subtidal flow structure at the turning region of a wide outflow plume.
Valle-Levinson, Arnoldo, Kristine Holderied, Chunyan Li, and Robert J. Chant. 2007. UM-SG-RS-2007-12. Free.
Journal of Geophysical Research 112(C4):C04004.
 


Top-down control of phytoplankton by oysters in Chesapeake Bay, USA: Comment on Pomeroy et al. (2006).
Newell, Roger I.E., W. Michael Kemp, James D. Hagy III, Carl F. Cerco, Jeremy M. Testa , Walter R. Boynton. 2007. UM-SG-RS-2007-16. Free.
Marine Ecology Progress Series 341:293-298.
 


Respiratory succession and community succession of bacterioplankton in seasonally anoxic estuarine waters.
Crump, Byron C., Cherie Peranteau, Barbara Beckingham, and Jeffrey C. Cornwell. 2007. UM-SG-RS-2007-25. Free.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 73(21):6802-6810.
 


Macrofaunal modification of porewater advection: role of species function, species interaction, and kinetics.
Waldbusser, G.G. and R. Marinelli. 2006. UM-SG-RS-2006-01. Free.
Marine Ecology Progress Series 311:217-231.
 


Environmental forcing of phytoplankton floral composition, biomass, and primary productivity in Chesapeake Bay, USA.
Adolf, Jason E., Christina L. Yeager, W. David Miller, Michael E. Mallonee, and Lawrence W. Harding, Jr. 2006. UM-SG-RS-2006-03. Free.
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 67:108-122.
 


Uncertainties in sediment erodibility estimates due to a lack of standards for experimental protocols and data interpretation.
Sanford, Lawrence P. 2006. UM-SG-RS-2006-09. Free.
Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management 2(1):29-34.
 


Influence of eastern oysters on nitrogen and phosphorus regeneration in Chesapeake Bay, USA.
Newell, R.I.E., T.R. Fisher, R.R. Holyoke and J.C. Cornell. 2005. UM-SG-RS-2005-01. Free.
Roles of Suspension-Feeders in Ecosystems, R.F. Dame and S. Olenin, eds., pages 93-120.
 


SeaWiFS retrievals of chlorophyll in Chesapeake Bay and the mid-Atlantic bight.
Harding Jr., Lawrence W., Andrea Magnusona, Michael E. Mallonee. 2005. UM-SG-RS-2005-06. Free.
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 62:75-94.
 


Eutrophication of Chesapeake Bay: historical trends and ecological interactions.
Kemp, W.M., W.R. Boynton, J.E. Adolf, D.F. Boesch, W.C. Boicourt, G. Brush, J.C. Cornwell, T.R. Fisher, P.M. Glibert, J. D. Hagy, L.W. Harding, E.D. Houde, D.G. Kimmel, W.D. Miller, R.I.E. Newell, M.R. Roman, E.M. Smith, and J.C. Stevenson. 2005. UM-SG-RS-2005-10. Free.
Marine Ecology Progress Series 303:1-29.
 


Plant-animal-microbe interactions in coastal sediments: closing the ecological loop.
Marinelli, Roberta L and George G. Waldbusser. 2005. UM-SG-RS-2005-30. FREE.
Book chapter. Pages 233-249 in Erik Kristensen, Ralf R. Haese, and Joel E. Kostka, eds. 2005, Coastal and Estuarine Studies 60: Interactions between Microorganisms in Marine Sediments. American Geophysical Union, Washington, DC.
 


Ecosystem influences of natural and cultivated populations of suspension-feeding bivalve molluscs: a review.
Newell, Roger I.E. 2004. UM-SG-RS-2004-01. Free.
Jour. Shellfish Research 23(10):51-61.
 


Effects of low dissolved oxygen on zooplankton predation by the ctenophore Mnemiopsis leidyi. .
Decker, Mary Beth, Denise L. Breitburg, and Jennifer E. Purcell. 2004. UM-SG-RS-2004-05. Free.
Marine Ecology Progress Series 280:163-172.
 


The pattern of influence of low dissolved oxygen in the Patuxent River, a seasonally hypoxic estuary.
Breitburg, D.L., A. Adamach, K.A. Rose, S.E. Kolesar, M.B. Decker, J.E. Purcell, J.E. Keister and J.H. Cowan, Jr. 2003. UM-SG-RS-2003-03. Free.
Estuaries 26(2A):280-297.
 


Periphyton as a UV-B filter on seagrass leaves: A result of different transmittance in the UV-B and PAR ranges.
Brandt, L.A. and E. Koch. 2003. UM-SG-RS-2003-05. Free.
Aquatic Botany 76:317-327.
 


Hyperspectral reflectance of emergent macrophytes as an indicator of water column ammonia in an oligohaline, subtropical marsh.
Tilley, David R., Muneer Ahmed, Ji Ho Son, Harish Badrinarayanan. 2003. UM-SG-RS-2003-16. Free.
Ecological Engineering 21:153-163.
 


Autotrophic growth and photoacclimation in Karlodinium micrum (Dinophyceae) and Storeatula major (Cryptophyceae).
Adolf, Jason E., Diane K. Stoecker, and Lawrence W. Harding, Jr. 2003. UM-SG-RS-2003-18. Free.
J. Phycol 39:1101-1108.
 


Preface--from ecology to economics: tracing human influence in the Patuxent River estuary and its watershed.
Denise L. Breitburg, Thomas E. Jordan, and Douglas Lipton. 2003. UM-SG-RS-2003-20. Free.
Estuaries 26(2A):167-170.
 


The responses of Patuxent River upper trophic levels to nutrient and trace element induced changes in the lower food web.
Bundy, M.H., D.L. Breitburg, and K.G. Sellner. 2003. UM-SG-RS-2003-22. Free.
Estuaries 26(2A):365-384.
 


Geographical differences in behavioral responses to hypoxia: local adaptation to an anthropogenic stressor?.
Decker, Mary Beth, Denise L. Breitburg, and Nancy H. Marcus. 2003. UM-SG-RS-2003-23. Free.
Ecological Applications 13(4):1104-1109.
 


The effects of multiple stressors on the balance between autotrophic and heterotrophic processes in an estuarine system.
Wiegner, Tracy N., Sybil P. Seitzinger, Denise L. Breitburg, and James G. Sanders. 2003. UM-SG-RS-2003-30. Free.
Estuaries 26(2A):352-364.
 


Effects of hypoxia, and the balance between enrichment, on coastal fishes and fisheries.
Breitburg, Denise. 2002. UM-SG-RS-2002-09. Free.
Estuaries 25(4b):767-781.
 


Toward a predictive understanding of primary productivity in a temperate, partially stratified estuary.
Harding, L.W. Jr., M.E. Mallonee and E.S. Perry. 2002. UM-SG-RS-2002-13. Free.
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 55:437-463.
 


Multiple stressors in an estuarine system: effects of nutrients, trace elements, and trophic complexity on benthic photosynthesis and respiration.
Laursen, Andrew E., Sybil P. Seitzinger, Robert Dekorsey, James G. Sanders, Denise L. Breitburg, and Richard W. Osman. 2002. UM-SG-RS-2002-14. Free.
Estuaries 25(1):57-69.
 


Wave measurement and modeling in Chesapeake Bay.
Lin, Weiqi, Lawrence P. Sanford, Steven E. Suttles. 2002. UM-SG-RS-2002-15. Free.
Continental Shelf Research 22:2673-2686.
 


Temporal and spatial dynamics of urea uptake and regeneration rates and concentrations in Chesapeake Bay.
Lomas, Michael W., T. Mark Trice, Patricia M. Glibert, Deborah A. Bronk, and James J. McCarthy. 2002. UM-SG-RS-2002-16. Free.
Estuaries 25(3):469-482.
 


Assimilating high-resolution salinity data into a model of a partially mixed estuary.
Xu, Jiangtao, Shenn-Yu Chao, Raleigh R. Hood, Harry V. Wang, and William C. Boicourt. 2002. UM-SG-RS-2002-21. Free.
Journal of Geophysical Research 107(C7):3074.
 


Cryptosporidium parvum oocysts in zebra mussels (Dreissena polymorpha): evidence from the St. Lawrence River.
Graczyk, Thaddeus K., David J. Marcogliese, Yves de Lafontaine, Alexandre J. Da Silva, Barbara Mhangami-Ruwende, and Norman J. Pieniazek. 2001. UM-SG-RS-2001-13. Free.
Parasitol. Res 87:231-234.
 


Identification of species and sources of Cryptosporidium oocysts in storm waters with a small-subunit rRNA-based diagnostic and genotyping tool.
Xiao, Lihua, Kerri Alderisio, Josef Limor, Michael Royer, and Altaf A. Lal. 2000. UM-SG-RS-2000-09. Free.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 66(12):5492-5498.
 


Total dissolved nitrogen analysis: comparisons between the persulfate, UV and high temperature oxidation methods.
Bronk, Deborah A., Michael W. Lomas, Patricia M. Glibert, Karyn J. Schukert, Marta P. Sanderson. 2000. UM-SG-RS-2000-11. Free.
Marine Chemistry 69:163-178.
 


The impact of mixotrophy on planktonic marine ecosystems.
Stickney, H.L., R.R. Hood, and D.K. Stoecker. 2000. UM-SG-RS-2000-27. Free.
Ecological Modeling 125:203-230.
 


Effects of bottom-layer hypoxia on abundances and depth distributions of organisms in Patuxent River, Chesapeake Bay.
Keister, J.E., E.D. Houde and D.L. Breitburg. 2000. UM-SG-RS-2000-03. Free.
Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser 205:43-59.
 


Variability in responses to nutrients and trace elements, and transmission of stressor effects through an estuarine food web.
Breitburg, Denise L., James G. Sanders, Cynthia C. Gilmour, Colleen A. Hatfield, Richard W. Osman, Gerhardt F. Riedel, Sybil P. Seitzinger, and Kevin G. Sellner. 1999. UM-SG-RS-99-10. Free.
Limnol. Oceanogr 44(3, part 2):837-863.
 


Modeling particles and pelagic organisms in Chesapeake Bay convergent features control plankton distributions.
Hood, Raleigh R., Harry V. Wang, Jennifer E. Purcell, Edward D. Houde, and Lawrence W. Harding Jr. 1999. UM-SG-RS-99-19. Free.
Journal of Geophysical Research 104(C1):1223-1243.
 


An iron-based ecosystem model of the central equatorial Pacific.
Leonard, Carrie L., Charles R . McClain, Ragu Murtugudde, Eileen E. Hofmanns, and Lawrence W. Harding Jr. 1999. UM-SG-RS-99-22. Free.
Journal of Geophysical Research 104(C1):1325-1341.
 


Interactions between NH+4 and NO-3 uptake and assimilation: comparison of diatoms and dinoflagellates at several growth temperatures.
Lomas, M.W. and P.M. Glibert. 1999. UM-SG-RS-99-23. Free.
Marine Biology 133:541-551.
 


Temperature regulation of nitrate uptake: a novel hypothesis about nitrate uptake and reduction in cool-water diatoms.
Lomas, Michael W. and Patricia M. Glibert. 1999. UM-SG-RS-99-24. Free.
Limnol. Oceanogr 44(3):556-572.
 


Developing an empirical model of phytoplankton primary production: a neural network case study.
Scardi, Michele, and Lawrence W. Harding Jr. 1999. UM-SG-RS-99-28. Free.
Ecological Modelling 120:213-223.
 


Approaches to modeling nutrient dynamics: ASM2, simplified model and neural nets.
Zhao, Hong, Oliver J. Hao and Thomas J. McAvoy. 1999. UM-SG-RS-99-29. Free.
Wat. Sci. Tech 39(1):227-234.
 


Dissolved and particulate organic carbon in Chesapeake Bay.
Fisher, Thomas R., James D. Hagy, and Emma Rochelle-Newall. 1998. UM-SG-RS-98-11. Free.
Estuaries 21(2):215-229.
 


Denitrification in estuarine sediments determined by membrane inlet mass spectrometry.
Kana, Todd M., Matthew B. Sullivan, Jeffrey C. Cornwell, and Kevin M. Groszkowski. 1998. UM-SG-RS-98-16. Free.
Limnol. Oceanogr 43(2):334-339.
 

Genetics

Quantity


Functions of cell surface galectin-glycoprotein lattices.
Rabinovich, Gabriel A., Marta A Toscano, Shawn S. Jackson, and Gerardo R. Vasta. 2007. UM-SG-RS-2007-22. Free.
Current Opinion in Structural Biology 17:513-520.
 

Harmful Algae

Quantity


[new]The effects of harmful algal species and food concentration on zooplankton grazer production of dissolved organic matter and inorganic nutrients.
Saba, Grace K., Deborah K. Steinberg, Deborah A. Bronk, and Allen Place. 2011. UM-SG-RS-2011-16. DOI : 10.1016/j.hal.2010.11.003. Free.
Harmful Algae 10:291-303.
 


[new]Chemical characterization of the aqueous algistatic fraction of barley straw (Hordeum vulgare) inhibiting Microcystis aeruginose.
Waybright, Timothy J., Daniel E. Terlizzi, and M. Drew Ferrier. 2009. UM-SG-RS-2009-20. DOI 10.1007/s10811-008-9373-x. Free.
Journal of Applied Phycology 21:333-340.
 


[new]Environmental factors contributing to the development and demise of a toxic dinoflagellate (Karlodinium veneficum) bloom in a shallow, eutrophic, lagoonal estuary.
Hall, Nathan, S., R. Wayne, Elizabeth Fensin, Jason E. Adolf, Holly A. Bowers, Allen R. Place, and Hans W. Paerl. 2008. UM-SG-RS-2008-24. DOI : 10.1007/s12237-008-9035-x. Free.
Estuaries and Coasts 31:402-418.
 


Karlodinium veneficum: the little dinoflagellate with a big bite.
Place, Allen R., Holly A. Bowers, Tsetvan R. Bachvaroff, Jason E. Adolf, Jonathan R. Deeds, and Jian Sheng. 2012. UM-SG-RS-2012-17. DOI :10.1016/j.hal.2011.10.021. Free.
Harmful Algae 14:179-195.
 


The role of eutrophication n the global proliferation of harmful algal blooms: new perspectives and new approaches.
Glibert, Patricia M., Sybil Seitzinger, Cynthia A. hEil, Joann M. Burkholder, Matthew W. Parrow, Louis A. Codispoti, and Vince Kelly. 2005. UM-SG-RS-2005-05. Free.
Oceanography 18(2):198-209.
 


Harmful algal blooms in the Chesapeake and coastal bays of Maryland, USA: comparison of 1997, 1998, and 1999 events.
Glibert, Patricia, Robert Magnien, Michael W. Lomas, Jeffrey Alexander, Chunlei Fan, Erin Haramoto, Mark Trice, and Todd M. Kana. 2001. UM-SG-RS-2001-11. Free.
Estuaries 24(6A):875-883.
 


Elevated organic nutrient ratios associated with brown tide algal blooms of Aureococcus anophagefferens.
Lomas, Michael W., Patricia M. Glibert, Debra A. Clougherty, Daniel R. Huber, Jeremey Jones, Jeffrey Alexander, and Erin Haramoto. 2001. UM-SG-RS-2001-16. Free.
Journal of Plankton Research 23(12):1339-1344.
 

Human Pathogens

Quantity


Giardia sp. cysts and infectious Cryptosporidium parvum oocysts in the feces of migratory Canada geese (Branta canadensis).
Graczyk, Thaddeus K., Ronald Fayer, James M. Trout, Earl J. Lewis, C. Austin Farley, Irshad Sulaiman, and Altaf A. Lal. 1998. UM-SG-RS-98-12. Free.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 64(7):2736-2738.
 


Detection of Cryptosporidium oocysts and Giardia cysts in the tissues of Eastern oysters (Crassostrea virginica) carrying principal oyster infectious diseases.
Graczyk, T.K., C.A. Farley, R. Fayer, E.J. Lewis, and J.M. Trout. 1998. UM-SG-RS-98-13. Free.
J. Parasitol 84(5):1039-1042.
 

Invasive Species

Quantity


[new]Re-homing exotic species--a pilot program to prevent release of exotic aquatic pet species.
Lazur, A.M. and R. Hanessian. 2008. UM-SG-RS-2008-18. Free.
Journal of Extension 46(1):1IAW6.
 


[new]Potential microbial bioinvasions via ships' ballast water, sediment, and biofilm.
Drake, L.A., M.A. Doblin, and F.C. Dobbs. 2007. UM-SG-RS-2007-29. Free.
Marine Pollution Bulletin 55:333-341.
 


[selected]Changes in ballast water biota during intracoastal and transoceanic voyages.
Smith, David L., Diann M. Lavoie, Gregory M. Ruiz, and Bella S. Galil. 2000. UM-SG-RS-2000-31. Free.
Pages 278-281 in Pederson, Judith. 2000. Marine Bioinvasions: Proceedings of the First National Conference, January 24-27, 1999. Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
 


Latitudinal Patterns of Biological Invasions in Marine Ecosystems: A Polar Perspective. (Book Chapter).
Ruiz, Gregory M. and Chad L. Hewitt. 2009. UM-SG-RS-2009-11. Free.
Pages 347-358 in Igor Krupnik, Michael A. Lang, and Scott E. Miller, eds. Smithsonian at the Poles: Contributions to International Polar Year Science. 2009. Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press, Washington, DC.
 


Using the Panama Canal to Test Predictions about Tropical Marine Invasions. (Book Chapter).
Ruiz, Gregory M., Mark E. Torchin, and Katharine Grant. 2009. UM-SG-RS-2009-16. Free.
Pages 291-299 in Michael A. Lang, Ian G. Macintyre, and Klaus Rtzler, eds. 2009. Proceedings of the Smithsonian Marine Science Symposium. Smithsonian Contributions to the Marine Sciences, Number 38. Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press, Washington, DC.
 


Effects of small-scale disturbance on invasion success in marine communities.
Altman, Safra and Robert B. Whitlatch. 2007. UM-SG-RS-2007-02. Free.
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 342:15-29.
 


The colonial ascidian Didemnum sp. A: Current distribution, basic biology and potential threat to marine communities of the northeast and west coasts of North America.
Bullard, S.G., G. Lambert, M.R. Carman, J. Byrnes, R.B. Whitlatch, G. Ruiz, R.J. Miller, L. Harris, P.C. Valentine, J.S. Collie, J. Pederson, D.C. McNaught, A.N. Cohen, R.G. Asch, J. Dijkstra, and K. Heinonen. 2007. UM-SG-RS-2007-04. Free.
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 342:99-108.
 


Variation in the ability of Didemnum sp. to invade established communities.
Osman, Richard W. and Robert B. Whitlatch. 2007. UM-SG-RS-2007-05. Free.
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 342:40-53.
 


Larval development rate predicts range expansion of an introduced crab.
deRivera, Catherine E., Natasha Gray Hitchcock, Sarah J. Teck, Brian P. Steves, Anson H. Hines, and Gregory M. Ruiz. 2007. UM-SG-RS-2007-07. Free.
Mar. Biol 150:1275-1288.
 


Shipping patterns associated with the Panama Canal: effects on biotic exchange?.
Ruiz, Gregory M.; Julio Lorda; Ashley Arnwine; And Kelly Lion. 2006. UM-SG-RS-2006-25. Free.
Book chapter--Chapter II. Pages 113-126 in Gollasch, Stephan; Bella Gallil, and Andrew N. Cohen. 2006. Bridging Divides: Maritime Canals as Invasion Corridors. Monographiae Biologicae 83. Springer.
 


Reducing propagule supply and coastal invasions via ships: effects of emerging strategies.
Minton, M.S., E. Verling, A.W. Miller and G.A. Ruiz. 2005. UM-SG-RS-2005-03. Free.
Front. Ecol. Environ 3(6):304-308.
 


First North American record of the ascidian Perophora japonica.
Lambert, Gretchen. 2005. UM-SG-RS-2005-11. Free.
Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 85:1011-1012.
 


Vector Science and Integrated Vector Management in Bioinvasion Ecology: Conceptual Frameworks. (Book Chapter).
Carlton, James T. and Gregory M. Ruiz. 2005. UM-SG-RS-2005-23. Free.
Pages 37-58 in Mooney, Harold A., Richard N. Mack, Jeffrey A. McNeely, Laurie E. Neville, Peter John Schei, and Jeffrey K. Waage, editors. Invasive Alien Species: A New Synthesis. 2005. Scope 63, Island Press, Washington DC.
 


Pfiesteria species identified in ships' ballast water and residuals: a possible vector for introductions to coastal areas. Book Chapter.
Doblin, Martina A., Lisa A. Drake, Kathryn J. Coyne, Parke A. Rublee, and Fred C. Dobbs. 2004. UM-SG-RS-2004-17. Free.
Pages 317-319 in Steidinger, K. A., J. H. Landsberg, C. R. Tomas, and G. A. Vargo (Eds.). 2004. Harmful Algae 2002. Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, Florida Institute of Oceanography, and Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO.
 


Microbial ecology of ballast water during a transoceanic voyage and the effects of open-ocean exchange.
Drake, L.A., G.M. Ruiz, B.S. Galil, T.L. Mullady, D.O. Friedmann and F.C. Dobbs. 2002. UM-SG-RS-2002-04. Free.
Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser 233:13-20.
 


Predators of the invasive mussel Musculista senhousia (Mollusca: Mytilidae).
Crooks, Jeffrey A. 2002. UM-SG-RS-2002-10. Free.
Pacific Science 56(1):49-56.
 


Voyage aboard the bulk carrier Hadera: changes in microorganism abundance and biomass over time and with respect to ballast-water exchange.
Drake, Lisa A., Gregory M. Ruiz, Bella S. Galil, Timothy L. Mullady, Daniela O. Friedmann, and Fred C. Dobbs. 2002. UM-SG-RS-2002-12. Free.
Aquatic Invaders 13(3):6-12.
 


Ballast water deoxygenation can prevent aquatic introductions while reducing ship corrosion.
Tamburri, Mario N., Kerstin Wasson, Masayasu Matsuda. 2002. UM-SG-RS-2002-19. Free.
Biological Conservation 103:331-341.
 


Global redistribution of bacterioplankton and virioplankton communities.
Drake, L.A., K.-H. Choi, G.M. Ruiz and F.C. Dobbs. 2001. UM-SG-RS-2001-05. Free.
Biological Invasions 3:193-199.
 


Habitat utilization and alteration by the invasive burrowing isopod, Sphaeroma quoyanum, in California salt marshes.
Talley, T.S., J.A. Crooks, and L.A. Levin. 2001. UM-SG-RS-2001-20. Free.
Marine Biology 138:561-573.
 


Going to the source: role of the invasion pathway in determining potential invaders.
Wonham, Marjorie J., William C. Walton, Gregory M. Ruiz, Annette M. Frese, Bella S. Galil. 2001. UM-SG-RS-2001-21. Free.
Marine Ecology Progress Series 213:1-12.
 


Invasion of coastal marine communities in North America: apparent patterns, processes, and biases.
Ruiz, Gregory M., Paul W. Fofonoff, James T. Carlton, Marjorie J. Wonham, and Anson H. Hines. 2000. UM-SG-RS-2000-24. Free.
Ann. Rev. Ecol. Syst 31:481-531.
 


Detecting invasions of marine organisms: kamptozoan case histories.
Wasson, Kerstin, Betsy Von Holle, Jason Toft, and Gregory Ruiz. 2000. UM-SG-RS-2000-29. Free.
Biological Invasions 2:59-74.
 


Global spread of microorganisms by ships.
Ruiz, G.M., T.K. Rawlings, F.C. Dobbs, L.A. Drake, T. Mullady, A. Huq and R.R. Colwell. 2000. UM-SG-RS-2000-07. Free.
Nature 408:49-50.
 


The potential for intracoastal transfer of non-indigenous species in the ballast water of ships.
Lavoie, D.M., L.D. Smith, and G.M. Ruiz. 1999. UM-SG-RS-99-21. Free.
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 48:551-564.
 


Non-indigenous species as stressors in estuarine and marine communities: assessing invasion impacts and interactions.
Ruiz, Gregory M., Paul Fofonoff, and Anson H. Hines, Edwin D. Grosholz. 1999. UM-SG-RS-99-27. Free.
Limnol. Oceanogr 44(3, part 2):950-972.
 

Marine Education

Quantity


Synthesis in estuarine and coastal ecological research: what is it, why is it important, and how do we teach it?.
Kemp, W. Michael and Walter R. Boynton. 2012. UM-SG-RS-2012-01. DOI 10.1007/s12237-011-9464-9. Free.
Estuaries and Coasts 35:1-22.
 

Oceanography

Quantity


Benthic-pelagic coupling in a temperate inner continental shelf fish assemblage.
Woodland, Ryan J. and David H. Secor. 2013. UM-SG-RS-2013-07. DOI :10.4319/lo.2013.58.3.0966. Free.
Limnol. Oceanogr 58(3):966-976.
 


Rip currents.
Dalrymple, Robert A., Jamie H. MacMahan, Ad J.H.M. Reniers, and Varjola Nelko. 2011. UM-SG-RS-2011-09. Free.
Annu. Rev. Fluid Mech 43551-81.
 


The effects of infaunal biogeochemistry of coastal marine sediments.
Waldbusser, George G., Roberta L. Marinelli, Robert B. Whitlatch, and Peter T. Visscher. 2004. UM-SG-RS-2004-18. Free.
Limnol. Oceanogr 49(5):1482-1492.
 

Oyster Disease

Quantity


Perkinsus marinus superoxide dismutase 2 (PmSOD2) localizes to single-membrane subcellular compartments.
Fernndez-Robledo, Jos A., Eric J. Schott, and Gerardo R. Vasta. 2008. UM-SG-RS-2008-11. Free.
Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 375:215-219.
 


A galectin of unique domain organization from hemocytes of the Eastern oyster (Crassostrea virginica) is a receptor for the protistan parasite Perkinsus marinus..
Tasumi, Satoshi and Gerardo R. Vasta. 2007. UM-SG-RS-2007-23. Free.
The Journal of Immunology 179:3086-3098.
 


Genetic diversity and expanding nonindigenous range of the rhizocephalan Loxothylacus panopaei parasitizing mud crabs in the western north Atlantic.
Kruse, Inken and Matthew P. Hare. 2007. UM-SG-RS-2007-26. Free.
J. Parasitol 93(3):575-582.
 

Oysters

Quantity


Lessons learned from efforts to restore oyster populations in Maryland and Virginia, 1990 to 2007.
Kennedy, Victor S., Denise L. Breitburg, Mary C. Christman, Mark W. Luckenbach, Kennedy Paynter, Jonathan Kramer, Kevin G. Sellner, Jodi Dew-Baxter, Cherie Keller and Roger Mann. 2011. UM-SG-RS-2011-17. DOI : 10.2983/035.030.0312. Free.
Journal of Shellfish Research 30(3)719-731.
 


A digital presentation of the Maryland oyster habitat and associated bottom types in the Chesapeake Bay (1974-1983).
Smith, G.F., K.N. Greenhawk, D.G. Bruce, E.B. Roach, and S.J. Jordan. 2001. UM-SG-RS-2001-25. Free.
Journal of Shellfish Research 20(1):197-206.
 

Paleoecology

Quantity


The value of paleoecology as an aid to monitoring ecosystems and landscapes, chiefly with reference to North America.
Gorham, Eville, Grace S. Brush, Lisa J. Graumlich, Michael L. Rosenzweig, and Arthur H. Johnson. 2001. UM-SG-RS-2001-12. Free.
Environ. Rev 9:99-126.
 

Pfiesteria piscicida

Quantity


Effect of biotic and abiotic factors on in vitro proliferation, encystment, and excystment of Pfiesteria piscicida.
Saito, Keiko, Toms Drgon, Danara N. Krupatkina, Jana Drgonova, Daniel E. Terlizzi, Natalia Mercer, and Gerardo R. Vasta. 2007. UM-SG-RS-2007-24. Free.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 73(20):6410-6420.
 

Related Species

Quantity


Effects of ultraviolet radiation on the growth, reproduction and survival of the lobate ctenophore Mnemiopsis leidyi in Chesapeake Bay.
Rathjen, Kristen A., Denise L. Breitburg, and Patrick J. Neale. 2012. UM-SG-RS-2012-22. DOI :10.1016/j.jembe.2012.06.029. Free.
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 432-433:121-130.
 

SAV

Quantity


[new]The structure of population genetic diversity in Vallisneria americana in the Chesapeake Bay: implications for restoration.
Lloyd, Michael W., Robert K. Burnett, Jr., Katharina A.M. Engelhardt, and Maile C. Neel. 2011. UM-SG-RS-2011-14. DOI : 10.1007/s10592-011-0228-7. Free.
Conservation Genetics 12:1269-1285.
 


[new]Long-term trends in submersed aquatic vegetation (SAV) in Chesapeake Bay, USA, related to water quality.
Orth, Robert J., Michael R. Williams, Scott R. Marion, David J. Wilcox, Tim J. B. Carruthers, Kenneth A. Moore, W. Michael Kemp, William C. Dennison, Nancy Rybicki, Peter Bergstrom, Richard A. Batiuk. 2010. UM-SG-RS-2010-06. Free.
Estuaries and Coasts 33:1144-1163.
 


[new]Feedback effects in a coastal canopy-forming submersed plant bed.
Gruber, Renee K. and W. Michael Kemp. 2010. UM-SG-RS-2010-11. Free.
Limnol. Oceanogr 55(6):2285-2298.
 


[new]Use of a simulation model to examine effects of nutrient loading and grazing on Potamogeton perfoliatus L. communities in microcosms.
Bartleson, Richard D., W. Michael Kemp, and J. Court Stevenson. 2005. UM-SG-RS-2005-25. Free.
Ecological Modelling 185:483-512.
 


Does genetic diversity of restored sites differ from natural sites? A comparison of Vallisneria americana (Hydrocharitaceae) populations within the Chesapeake Bay.
Lloyd, Michael W., Robert K. Burnett Jr., Katharina A.M. Enegelhardt, and Maile C. Neel. 2012. UM-SG-RS-2012-05. DOI 10.1007/s10592-012-0324-3. Free.
Conservation Genetics 13753-765.
 


Development of 11 polymorphic microsatellite markers in a macrophyte of conservation concern, Vallisneria americana Michaux (Hydrocharitaceae).
Burnett, Robert K. Jr, Michael W. Lloyd, Katharina A. M. Engelhardt, and Maile C. Neel. 2009. UM-SG-RS-2009-06. Free.
Molecular Ecology Resources 9(5):1427-1429.
 


Modeling the effects of oyster reefs and breakwaters on seagrass growth.
Smith, Katharine A., Elizabeth W. North, Fengyan Shi, Shih-Nan Chen, Raleigh R. Hood, Evamaria W. Koch, and Roger I. E. Newell. 2009. UM-SG-RS-2009-12. Free.
Estuaries and Coasts 32:748-757.
 


Effects of sediment organic content and hydrodynamic conditions on the growth and distribution of Zostera marina..
Wicks, E. Caroline, Evamaria W. Koch, Judy M. O'Neil, and Kahla Elliston. 2009. UM-SG-RS-2009-13. Free.
Marine Ecology Progress Series 378:71-80.
 


A nearshore model to investigate the effects of seagrass bed geometry on wave attenuation and suspended sediment transport.
Chen, Shih-Nan, Lawrence P. Sanford, Evamaria W. Koch, Fengyan Shi, And Elizabeth W. North. 2007. UM-SG-RS-2007-06. Free.
Estuaries and Coasts 30(2):296-310.
 


Habitat requirements for submerged aquatic vegetation in Chesapeake Bay: water quality, light regime, and physical-chemical factors.
Kemp, W. Michael, Richard Batiuk, Richard Bartleson, Peter Bergstrom, Virginia Carter, Charles L. Gallegos, William Hunley, Lee Karrh, Evamaria W. Koch, Jurate M. Landwehr, et al. 2004. UM-SG-RS-2004-08. Free.
Estuaries 27(3):363-377.
 


Modeling seagrass density and distribution in response to changes in turbidity stemming from bivalve filtration and seagrass sediment stabilization.
Newell, Roger I.E. and Evamaria W. Koch. 2004. UM-SG-RS-2004-11. Free.
Estuaries 27(5):793-806.
 

Sea Nettle

Quantity


[new]Ecosystem engineers in the pelagic realm: alteration of habitat by species ranging from microbes to jellyfish.
Breitburg, Denise L., Byron C. Crump, John O. Dabiri and Charles L. Gallegos. 2010. UM-SG-RS-2010-09. Free.
Integrative and Comparative Biology 50(2):188-200.
 

Stormwater Management

Quantity


[new]Synergistic use of Landsat Multispectral Scanner with GIRAS land-cover data to retrieve impervious surface area for the Potomac River Basin in 1975.
Elmore, Andrew J. and Steven M. Guinn. 2010. UM-SG-RS-2010-13. Free.
Remote Sensing of Environment 114:2384-2391.
 

Toxics

Quantity


[new]Differential patterns of accumulation and depuration of dietary selenium and vanadium during metamorphosis in the gray treefrog (Hyla versicolor).
Rowe, Christopher L., Andrew Heyes, and Jessica Hilton. 2011. UM-SG-RS-2011-01. Free.
Arch. Environ. Contam. Toxicol 60:336-342.
 


Demographic responses to multigeneration cadmium exposure in two strains of the freshwater gastropod, Biomphalaria glabrata.
Salice, Christopher J., Thomas J. Miller, and G. Roesijadi. 2009. UM-SG-RS-2009-03. Free.
Arch. Environ. Contam. Toxicol 56:785-795.
 


Chronic exposure of Leptocheirus plumulosus to Baltimore Harbor sediment: Bioenergetic and population-level effects.
Manyin, Teresa and Christopher L. Rowe. 2006. UM-SG-RS-2006-22. Free.
Marine Environmental Research 62:116-130.
 


Seasonal variability in response of estuarine phytoplankton communities to stress: Linkages between toxic trace elements and nutrient enrichment.
Riedel, G.F., J.G. Sanders and D.L. Breitburg. 2003. UM-SG-RS-2003-04. Free.
Estuaries 26(A):323-338.
 


Population-level responses to long-term cadmium exposure in two strains of freshwater gastropod Biomphalaria glabrata: results from a life-table response experiment.
Salice, Christopher J. and Thomas J. Miller. 2003. UM-SG-RS-2003-13. Free.
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 22(3):678-688.
 


Temporal and spatial patterns of trace elements in the Patuxent River: A whole watershed approach.
Riedel, G.F., S.A. Williams, C.C. Gilmour and J.G. Sanders. 2000. UM-SG-RS-2000-04. Free.
Estuaries 23(4):521-535.
 


Mercury in the Chesapeake Bay.
Mason, Robert P., Nicole M. Lawson, Angie L. Lawrence, Joy J. Leaner, Jenny G. Lee, and Guey-Rong Sheu. 1999. UM-SG-RS-99-25. Free.
Marine Chemistry 65:77-96.
 


Behavior of mercury in the Patuxent River estuary.
Benoit, J.M. C.C. Gilmour, R.P. Mason, G.S. Riedel, and G.F. Riedel. 1998. UM-SG-RS-98-08. Free.
Biogeochemistry 40:249-265.
 


Accumulation of mercury in estuarine food chains.
Lawson, Nicole M., and Robert P. Mason. 1998. UM-SG-RS-98-17. Free.
Biogeochemistry 40:235-247.
 

Water Quality

Quantity


[new]Spatial patterns in water quality associated with submersed plant beds.
Gruber, Renee K., Deborah C. Hinkle, and W. Michael Kemp. 2011. UM-SG-RS-2011-05. Free.
Estuaries and Coasts 34:DOI 10.1007/s12237-010-9368-0.
 


[new]A freshwater conservation assessment of the Upper Mississippi River basin using a coarse- and fine-filter approach.
Khoury, Mary; Jonathan Higgins; and Roy Weitzell. 2011. UM-SG-RS-2011-06. DOI :10.1111/j.1365-2427.2010.02468. Free.
Freshwater Biology 56:162-179.
 


[new]The natural resistance-associated macrophage protein from the protozoan parasite Perkinsus marinus mediates iron uptake.
Lin, Zhuoer, Jos-Antonio Fernndez-Robledo, Mathieu F.M. Cellier, and Gerardo R. Vasta. 2011. UM-SG-RS-2011-07. dx.DOI .org/10.1021/bi200343h. Free.
Biochemistry 506340-6355.
 


[new]Tracking nonpoint source nitrogen pollution in human-impacted watersheds.
Kaushal, Sujay S., Peter M. Groffman, Lawrence E. Band, Emily M. Elliott, Catherine A. Shields, and Carol Kendall. 2011. UM-SG-RS-2011-11. DOI : 10.1021/es200779e. Free.
Environmental Science & Technology 45:8225-8232.
 


Ecological engineering practices for the reduction of excess nitrogen in human-influenced landscapes: a guide for watershed managers.
Passeport, Elodie, Philippe Vidon, Kenneth J. Forshay, Lora Harris, Sujay S. Kaushal, Dorothy Q. Kellogg, Julia Lazar, Paul Mayer, and Emilie K. Stander. 2013. UM-SG-RS-2013-01. DOI 10.1007/s00267-012-9970-y. Free.
Environmental Management 51:392-413.
 


Elucidating terrestrial nutrient sources to a coastal lagoon, Chincoteague Bay, Maryland, USA.
Fertig, B., J.M. O'Neil, K.A. Beckert, C.J. Cain, D.M. Needham, T.J.B. Carruthers, and W.C. Dennison. 2013. UM-SG-RS-2013-02. http://dx.DOI .org/10.1016/j.ecss.2012.08.013. Free.
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 116:1-10.
 


Urban growth of the Washington, D.C.-Baltimore, MD metropolitan region from 1984 to 2010 by annual, Landsat-based estimates of impervious cover.
Sexton, Joseph O., Xiao-Peng Song, Chengquan Huang, Saurabh Channan, Matthew E. Baker, and John R. Townshend. 2013. UM-SG-RS-2013-03. http://dx.DOI .org/10.1016/j.rse.2012.10.025. Free.
Remote Sensing of Environment 129:42-53.
 


Warming increases carbon and nutrient fluxes from sediments in streams across land use.
Duan, S.-W. and S.S. Kaushal. 2013. UM-SG-RS-2013-04. Free.
Biogeosciences 10:1193-1207.
 


Effects of stream restoration on nitrogen removal and transformation in urban watersheds: lessons from Minebank Run, Baltimore, Maryland.
Mayer, Paul M., Shannon P. Schechter, Sujay S. Kaushal, and Peter M. Groffman. 2013. UM-SG-RS-2013-06. Free.
Watershed Science Bulletin 4(1):1-10.
 


Recommendations of the Expert Panel to Define Removal Rates for Individual Stream Restoration Projects.
Berg, Joe, Josh Burch, Deb Cappuccitti, Solange Filoso, Lisa Fraley-McNeal, Dave Goerman, Natalie Hardman, Sujay Kaushal, Dan Medina, Matt Meyers, Bob Kerr, Steve Stewart, Bettina Sullivan, Robert Walter and Julie Winters. 2013. UM-SG-RSN-2013-01. Free.
Report prepared by Tom Schueler, Chesapeake Stormwater Network and Bill Stack, Center for Watershed Protection. 2013. 131 pp.
 


Microbial biomass and activity in geomorphic features in forested and urban restored and degraded streams.
Harrison, Melanie D., Peter M. Groffman, Paul M. Mayer, and Sujay S. Kaushal. 2012. UM-SG-RS-2012-03. DOI :10.1016/j.ecoleng.2011.09.001. Free.
Ecological Engineering 381-10.
 


The urban watershed continuum: evolving spatial and temporal dimensions.
Kaushal, Sujay S. and Kenneth T. Belt. 2012. UM-SG-RS-2012-04. DOI 10.1007/s11252-012-0226-7. Free.
Urban Ecosystems 15409-435.
 


Channel head locations in forested watersheds across the mid-Atlantic United States: A physiographic analysis.
Julian, Jason P., Andrew J. Elmore, and Steven M. Guinn. 2012. UM-SG-RS-2012-12. http://dx.DOI .org/10.1016/j.geomorph.2012.07.029. Free.
Geomorphology 177-178194-203.
 


Influence of natural and novel organic carbon sources on denitrification in forest, degraded urban, and restored streams.
Newcomer, Tamara A., Sujay S. Kaushal, Paul M. Mayer, Amy R. Shields, Elizabeth A. Canuel, Peter M. Groffman, and Arthur J. Gold. 2012. UM-SG-RS-2012-15. Free.
Ecological Monographs 82(4):449-466.
 


Phosphorus export across an urban to rural gradient in the Chesapeake Bay watershed.
Duan, Shuiwang, Sujay S. Kaushal, Peter M. Groffman, Lawrence E. Band, and Kenneth T. Belt. 2012. UM-SG-RS-2012-20. DOI :10.1029/2011JG001782. Free.
Journal Of Geophysical Research 117:G01025.
 


Long-term trends in Chesapeake Bay seasonal hypoxia, stratification, and nutrient loading.
Murphy, Rebecca R.,W. Michael Kemp and William P. Ball. 2011. UM-SG-2011-20. DOI 10.1007/s12237-011-9413-7. Free.
Estuaries and Coasts 34:1293-1309.
 


The effects of barley straw (Hordeum vulgare) on the growth of freshwater algae.
Ferrier, M.D., B.R. Butler Sr., D.E. Terlizzi, and R.V. Lacouture. 2005. UM-SG-RS-2005-04. Free.
Bioresource Technology 96:1788-1795.
 

Fisheries Research

General

Quantity


[new]An empirical approach to ecosystem-based fishery management.
Sanchirico, J.N., M.D. Smith, and D.W. Lipton. 2008. UM-SG-RS-2008-19. Free.
Ecological Economics 64:586-596.
 


Maturation of little skate and winter skate in the western Atlantic from Cape Hatteras to Georges Bank.
Frisk, Michael G. and Thomas J. Miller. 2009. UM-SG-RS-2009-02. Free.
Marine and Coastal Fisheries: Dynamics, Management, and Ecosystem Science 1:1-11.
 


Fish and blue crab assemblage structure in a U.S. Mid Atlantic coastal lagoon complex.
Murphy, Robert F. and David H. Secor. 2006. UM-SG-RS-2006-16. Free.
Estuaries and Coasts 29(6B):1121-1131.
 


Life histories and vulnerability to exploitation of elasmobranchs: inferences from elasticity, perturbation and phylogenetic analyses.
Frisk, Michael G., Thomas J. Miller, and Nicholas K. Dulvy. 2005. UM-SG-RS-2005-18. Free.
J. Northw. Atl. Fish. Sci 35:27-45.
 


The interrelationships among trace element cycling, nutrient loading and system complexity in estuaries: A mesocosm study.
Riedel , G.F. and J.G. Sanders. 2003. UM-SG-RS-2003-06. Free.
Estuaries 26(A):339-351.
 


Comment on Mollet and Cailliet (2002): confronting models with data.
Miller, Thomas J., Michael G. Frisk, and Michael J. Fogarty. 2003. UM-SG-RS-2003-31. Free.
Marine and Freshwater Research 54:737-738.
 


Two epizootic diseaess in Chesapeake Bay commercial clams, Mya arenaria and Tagelus plebeius.
Dungan, Christopher F., Rosalee M. Hamilton, Karen L. Hudson and Kimberly S. Reece. 2002. UM-SG-RS-2002-02. Free.
Dis. Aquat. Org 50:67-78.
 


Development of an in vitro clonal culture and characterization of the rRNA gene cluster of Perkinsus atlanticus, a protistan parasite of the clam Tapes decussates.
Robledo, Jose A.F., Patricia A. Nunes, M. Leonor Cancela and Gerardo R. Vasta. 2002. UM-SG-RS-2002-18. Free.
J. Eukaryot. Microbiol 49(5):414-422.
 


The population dynamics of little skate Leucoraja erinacea, winter skate Dipturus laevis: predicting exploitation limits using matrix analyses.
Frisk, M.G., T.J. Miller, and M.J. Fogarty. 2002. UM-SG-RS-2002-22. Free.
ICES Journal of Marine Science 59:576-586.
 


Mud crabs (Xanthidae) in Chesapeake Bay: Claw characteristics and predation on epifaunal bivalves.
Milke, L.M. and V.S. Kennedy. 2001. UM-SG-RS-2001-01. Free.
Invertebrate Biology 120(1):67-77.
 


Matrix-based modelling of crab population dynamics with applications to the Chesapeake Bay.
Miller, T.J. 2001. UM-SG-RS-2001-03. Free.
Estuaries 24(4):535-544.
 


The swimbladder nematode Anguillicola crassus in American eels (Anguilla rostrata) from middle and upper regions of Chesapeake Bay.
Barse, Ann M., Scott A. McGuire, Melissa A. Vinores, Laura E. Eierman and Julie A. Weeder. 2001. UM-SG-RS-2001-04. Free.
J. Parasitol 87(6):1366-1370.
 


Effects of bottom-layer hypoxia on abundances and depth distributions of organisms in Patuxent River, Chesapeake Bay.
Keister, J.E., E.D. Houde and D.L. Breitburg. 2000. UM-SG-RS-2000-03. Free.
Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser 205:43-59.
 


Global spread of microorganisms by ships.
Ruiz, G.M., T.K. Rawlings, F.C. Dobbs, L.A. Drake, T. Mullady, A. Huq and R.R. Colwell. 2000. UM-SG-RS-2000-07. Free.
Nature 408:49-50.
 


Effect of temperature and salinity on growth performance in anadromous (Chesapeake Bay) and nonanadromous (Santee-Cooper) strains of striped bass Morone saxatilis.
Secor, D.H., T.E. Gunderson and K. Karlsson. 2000. UM-SG-RS-2000-05. Free.
Copeia 1:291-296.
 


Restoration of sturgeons: lessons from the Caspian Sea sturgeon ranching programme.
Secor, D.H., V. Arefiev and A. Sharov. 2000. UM-SG-RS-2000-06. Free.
Fish and Fisheries 1:215-230.
 


Linking water quality to larval survival: predation mortality of fish larvae in an oxygen-stratified water column.
Breitburg, D.L. , K.A. Rose and J.H. Cowan, Jr. 1999. UM-SG-RS-99-05. Free.
Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser 178:39-54.
 


Water distribution and permeability of zebrafish embryos, Brachydanio rerio.
Freitas, R., J. Liu, E.W. Hsu, D.E. Wildt and W.F. Rall. 1997. UM-SG-RS-97-09. Free.
Journal of Experimental Zoology 78:356-371.
 


Chill sensitivity and cryoprotectant permeability of dechorionated zebrafish embryos Brachydanio rerio.
Hagedorn, F.W. Kleinhans, D.E. Wildt and W.F. Rall. 1997. UM-SG-RS-97-10. Free.
Cryobiology 34:251-263.
 


New approaches for studying the permeability of fish embryos: Toward successful cryopreservation.
Hagedorn, M., E. Hsu, F.W. Kleinhans and D.E. Wildt. 1997. UM-SG-RS-97-11. Free.
Cryobiology 34:335-347.
 


Tyrosinase reaction/ chitosan adsorption: Potential for removing polymerization storage inhibitors.
Patel, Anami R., Wei-Qiang Sun and Gregory F. Payne. 1994. UM-SG-RS-94-06. Free.
I & EC Research 33:2168-2173.
 

Aquaculture

Quantity


[new]Physicochemical properties of double-stranded RNA used to discover a reo-like virus from blue crab Callinectes sapidus.
Bowers, Holly A., Gretchen A. Messick, Ammar Hanif, Rosemary Jagus, Lee Carrion, Oded Zmora, and Eric J. Schott. 2010. UM-SG-RS-2010-22. DOI : 10.3354/dao02280. Free.
Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 93:17-29.
 


Altering fish embryos with Aquaporin-3: An essential step toward successful cryopreservation.
Hagedorn, M., S.L. Lance, D.M. Fonseca, F.W. Kleinhans, D. Artimov, R. Fleischer, A.T.M.S. Hoque, M.B. Hamilton and B.S. Pukazhenthi. 2002. UM-SG-RS-2002-05. Free.
Biology of Reproduction 67:961-966.
 


Endocrine profiles of female striped bass (Morone saxatilis) in captivity, during postvitellogenesis and induction of final oocxyte maturation via controlled-release GnRHa-delivery systems.
Mylonas, Constantinos C., L. Curry Woods III, Peter Thomas and Yonathan Zohar. 1998. UM-SG-RS-98-03. Free.
General and Comparative Endocrinology 110:276-289.
 


Effects of long-term testosterone, gonadotropin-releasing hormone agonist, and pimozide treatments on gonadotropin II levels and ovarian development in juvenile female striped bass (Morone saxatilis).
Holland, M. Claire H., Shimon Hassin and Yonathan Zohar. 1998. UM-SG-RS-98-04. Free.
Biology of Reproduction 59:1153-1162.
 


Hormone Profiles and captive striped bass Morone saxatilis during spermiation, and long-term enhancement of milt production.
Mylonas, Constantinos C., Yonathan Zohar, L. Curry Woods III, Peter Thomas and Rudiger W. Schultz. 1998. UM-SG-RS-98-05. Free.
Journal of the World Aquaculture Society 29(4):379-392.
 


Gonadotropin-I and -II subunit gene expression of male striped bass (Morone saxatilis) after gonadotropin-releasing hormone analogue injection: quantitation using an optimized ribonuclease protection assay.
Hassin, Shimon, Yoav Gothilf, Odile Blaise, and Yonathan Zohar. 1998. UM-SG-RS-98-15. Ftree.
Biology of Reproduction 58:1233-1240.
 


Magnetic resonance microscopy and spectroscopy reveal kinetics of cryoprotectant permeation in a multicompartmental biological system.
Hagedorn, M., E.W. Hsu, U. Pilatus, D.W. Wildt, W.F. Rall and S.J. Blackband. 1996. UM-SG-RS-96-03. Free.
Proc.Natl.Acad.Sci 93:7454-7459.
 


Differentiation of striped bass, Morone saxatilis (Walbaum), from a hybrid: Effectiveness of training.
Harrell, R.M. and I. Strand. 1995. UM-SG-RS-95-09. Free.
Fisheries Management and Ecology 2:53-60.
 


Gonadotropin-releasing activities of the three native forms of gonadotropin-releasing hormone present in the brain of gilthead seabream, Sparus aurata.
Zohar, Y., A. Elizur, N.M. Sherwood, J.F.F. Powell, T.E. Rivier and N. Zmora. 1995. UM-SG-RS-95-17. Free.
General and Comparative Endocrinology 97:289-299.
 


Preparation and evaluation of polyanhydride microspheres containing gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH), for inducing ovulation and spermiation in fish.
Mylonas, C.C., Y. Tabata, R. Langer and Y. Zohar. 1995. UM-SG-RS-95-18. Free.
Journal of Controlled Release 35:23-34.
 


Induced spawning of wild American shad Alosa sapidissima using sustained administration of gonadotropin-releasing hormone analog (GnRHa) costadinos.
Mylonas, C. Yohathan Zohar, Brian M. Richardson and Steren P. Minkkinen. 1995. UM-SG-RS-95-20. Free.
Journal of the World Aquaculture Society 26(3):240-251.
 


Molecular cloning and sequence analysis of striped bass (Morone saxatilis) gonadotrophin - I and II subunits.
Hassin, S., A. Elizur and Y. Zohar. 1995. UM-SG-RS-95-21. Free.
Journal of Molecular Endocrinology 15:23-35.
 


Integration, expression and germ-line transmission of foreign growth hormone genes in medaka (Oryzias latipes).
Lu, J.K., T.T. Chen, L. Chrisman, O.M. Andrisani and J.E. Dixon. 1993. UM-SG-RS-93-04. Free.
Molecular Marine Biology & Biotechnology 1(4-5):366-375.
 


Application of transgenic fish technology in aquaculture.
Chen, T.T., C.M. Lin and K. Kight. 1993. UM-SG-RS-93-06. Free.
Bulletin of the Institute of Zoology, Academia Sinica, Monograph 16:375-386.
 


Stress mitigation by use of salt and anesthetic for wild striped bass captured for brood stock.
Harrell, R.M. 1993. UM-SG-RS-93-10. Free.
The Progressive Fish-Culturist 54:228-233.
 


Identification of a second insulin-like growth factor in a fish species.
Shamblott, M.J. and T.T. Chen. 1993. UM-SG-RS-93-05. Free.
Proc. National Acad. Sci 89:8913-8917.
 


Phenotypic and pathobiological properties of Corynebacterium aquaticum isolated from diseased striped bass.
Baya, A.M., B. Lupiani, I. Bandin, F.M. Hetrick, A. Figueras, A. Carnahan, E.M. May and A.E. Toranzo. 1992. UM-SG-RS-92-17. Free.
Dis. Aquat. Org 14:115-126.
 


Comparative stress dynamics of brood stock striped bass Morone saxatilis associated with two capture techniques.
Harrell, R.M., and M.A. Moline. 1992. UM-SG-RS-92-19. Free.
Journal of the World Aquaculture Society 23(1):58-63.
 


Essential fatty acid nutrition of larval striped bass (Morone saxatilis) and palmetto bass (M. saxatilis X M. chrysops).
Tuncer, H. and R.M. Harrell. 1992. UM-SG-RS-92-07. Free.
Aquaculture 101:105-121.
 


Acceptance and consumption of food by striped bass and hybrid larvae.
Tuncer, H., R.M. Harrell and E.D. Houde. 1991. UM-SG-RS-91-05. Free.
Journal of the World Aquaculture Society 21(3):225-233.
 


Gene transfer, expression and inheritance of pRSV-rainbow trout-GH cDNA in the common carp, Cyprinus carpio (Linnaeus).
Zhang, P., M. Hayat, C. Joyce, L. Gonzalez-Villasenor, C.M. Lin, R.A. Dunham, T.T. Chen and D.A. Powers. 1990. UM-SG-RS-90-08. Free.
Molecular Reproduction and Development 25:3-13.
 


Gene transfer, expression and inheritance of rainbow trout and human growth hormone genes in carp and loach.
Chen, T.T., C.M. Lin, Z. Zhu, L.I. Gonzalez-Villasenor, R.A. Dunham and D.A. Powers. 1990. UM-SG-RS-90-14. Free.
Transgenic Models in Medicine and Agriculture. Wiley-Liss Inc., pages 127-139.
 


Comparative energetics of striped bass (Morone saxatilis) and hybrid (M. saxatilis X M. chrysops) juveniles.
Tuncer, H., R.M. Harrell and E.D. Houde. 1990. UM-SG-RS-90-10. Free.
Aquaculture 86:387-400.
 


Growth of tray cultured oysters (Crassostrea virginica) Gmelin in Chesapeake Bay.
Paynter, K.T., and L. DiMichele. 1990. UM-SG-RS-90-13. Free.
Aquaculture 87:289-297.
 


A new system for control of temperature and salinity for experimental and production tank culture.
Harrell, R.M., J.N. Hochheimer, D.W. Meritt and D. A. Rhoades. 1989. UM-SG-RS-89-15. Free.
Aquacultural Engineering 8:155-163.
 


Overwintering success of striped bass and hybrid striped bass held in cages in Maryland.
Harrell, R.M. and D.W. Meritt. 1989. UM-SG-RS-89-14. Free.
The Progressive Fishculturist 50:120-121.
 

Biotechnology

Quantity


Roles of galectins in infection.
Vasta, Gerardo R. 2009. UM-SG-RS-2009-15. Free.
Nature Reviews Microbiology 7:425-438.
 


SmyD1, a histone methyltransferase, is required for myofibril organization and muscle contraction in zebrafish embryos.
Tan, Xungang, R. Rotllant, H. Li, P.D. Deyne, and S.J. Du. 2006. UM-SG-RS-2006-02. Free.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Science 103(8):2713-2718.
 


Characterization of the agarase system of a multiple carbohydrate degrading bacterium.
Whitehead, L.A., S.K. Stosz and R.M. Weiner. 2001. UM-SG-RS-2001-02. Free.
Cytobios 106:99-117.
 

Crabs

Quantity


[new]Population density, survival and movement of blue crabs in estuarine salt marsh nurseries.
Johnson, Eric G. and David B. Eggleston. 2010. UM-SG-RS-2010-14. Free.
Marine Ecology Progress Series 407:135-147.
 


Temperature-, salinity-, and size-dependent winter mortality of juvenile blue crabs (Callinectes sapidus).
Bauer, Laurie J. and Thomas J. Miller. 2010. UM-SG-RS-2010-02. Free.
Estuaries and Coasts 33:668-677.
 


Spatial and interannual variability in winter mortality of the blue crab (Callinectes sapidus) in the Chesapeake Bay.
Bauer, Laurie J. and Thomas J. Miller. 2010. UM-SG-RS-2010-03. Free.
Estuaries and Coasts 33:678-687.
 


The use of extractable lipofuscin for age determination of crustaceans: reply to Sheehy (2008).
Harvey, H. Rodger, David H. Secor, Se-Jong Ju. 2008. UM-SG-RS-2008-06. Free.
Marine Ecology Progress Series 353:307-311.
 


Validation and application of lipofuscin-based age determination for Chesapeake Bay blue crabs Callinectes sapidus.
Puckett, Brandon J., David H. Secor, and Se-Jong Ju. 2008. UM-SG-RS-2008-09. Free.
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 137:1637-1649.
 


Temperature-dependent growth of the blue crab (Callinectes sapidus): a molt process approach.
Brylawski, Bryce J. and Thomas J. Miller. 2006. UM-SG-RS-2006-06. Free.
Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci 63:1298-1308.
 


Landscape-based geostatistics: a case study of the distribution of blue crab in Chesapeake Bay.
Jensen, Olaf P., Mary C. Christman, and Thomas J. Miller. 2006. UM-SG-RS-2006-19. Free.
Environmetrics 17:605-621.
 


Winter distribution of blue crab Callinectes sapidus in Chesapeake Bay: Application and cross-validation of a two-stage generalized additive model.
Jensen, O.P., R. Seppelt, T.J. Miller and L.J. Bauer. 2005. UM-SG-RS-2005-02. Free.
Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser 299:239-255.
 


Geostatistical analysis of the abundance and winter distribution patterns of the blue crab Callinectes sapidus in Chesapeake Bay.
Jensen, Olaf P. and Thomas J. Miller. 2005. UM-SG-RS-2005-08. Free.
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 134:1582-1598.
 


Linking temperature and salinity tolerance to winter mortality of Chesapeake Bay blue crabs (Callinectes sapidus).
Rome, M.S., A.C. Young-Williams, G.R. Davis, and A.H. Hines. 2005. UM-SG-RS-2005-13. Free.
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 319:129-145.
 


An individual-based modeling approach to spawning-potential per-recruit models: an application to blue crab (Callinectes sapidus) in Chesapeake Bay.
Bunnell, David B. and Thomas J. Miller. 2005. UM-SG-RS-2005-19. Free.
Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci 62:2560-2572.
 


The timing and route of movement and migration of post-copulatory female blue crabs, Callinectes sapidus Rathbun, from the upper Chesapeake Bay.
Aguilar, R.; A.H. Hines, T.G. Wolcott, D.L. Wolcott, M.A. Kramer, R.N. Lipcius. 2005. UM-SG-RS-2005-28. DOI :10.1016/j.jembe.2004.08.030. Free.
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 319:117-128.
 


Impact of a change in reporting systems in the Maryland blue crab fishery.
Fogarty, Michael J. and Thomas J. Miller. 2004. UM-SG-RS-2004-07. Free.
Fisheries Research 68:37-43.
 


Modeling crab growth and population dynamics: insights from the blue crab conference.
Miller, T.J. and S.G. Smith. 2003. UM-SG-RS-2003-11. Free.
Bulletin of Marine Science 72(2):537-541.
 


Incorporating space into models of the Chesapeake Bay blue crab population.
Miller, T.J. 2003. UM-SG-RS-2003-12. Free.
Bulletin of Marine Science 72(2):567-588.
 


Bioenergetic modeling of the blue crab (Callinectes sapidus) using the Fish Bioenergetics computer program.
Brylawski, Bryce J., and Thomas J. Miller. 2003. UM-SG-RS-2003-21. Free.
Bulletin of Marine Science 72(2):491-504.
 


Effects of hypoxia on predator-prey dynamics of the blue crab Callinectes sapidus and the Baltic clam Macoma balthica in Chesapeake Bay.
Seitz, R.D., L.S. Marshall Jr., A.H. Hines, and K.L. Clark. 2003. UM-SG-RS-2003-26. Free.
Marine Ecology Progress Series 257:179-188.
 


Post-mating behavior, intramolt growth, and onset of migration to Chesapeake Bay spawning grounds by adult female blue crabs, Callinectes sapidus Rathbun.
Turner, Heather V., Donna L. Wolcott, Thomas G. Wolcott, and Anson H. Hines. 2003. UM-SG-RS-2003-29. Free.
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 295:107-130.
 


Demographic assessment of the blue crab Callinectes sapidus in Chesapeake Bay using extractable lipofuscins as age markers.
Ju, Se-Jong, David H. Secor, and H. Rodger Harvey. 2003. UM-SG-RS-2003-32. Free.
Fish. Bull 101:312-320.
 


Growth rate variability and lipofuscin accumulation rates in the blue crab Callinectes sapidus.
Ju, Se-Jong, David H. Secor, H. Rodger Harvey. 2001. UM-SG-RS-2001-15. Free.
Marine Ecology Progress Series 224:197-205.
 


Physiological responses of postlarval and juvenile blue crabs Callinectes sapidus to hypoxia and anoxia.
Tankersley, Richard A. and Maria G. Wieber. 2000. UM-SG-RS-2000-30. Free.
Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser 194:179-191.
 


Migratory behavior of ovigerous blue crabs Callinectes sapidus: evidence for selective tidal-stream transport.
Tankersley, Richard A., Maria G. Wieber, Marco A. Sigala, and Kristen A. Kachurak. 1998. UM-SG-RS-98-21. Free.
Biol. Bull 195:168-173.
 


Enzymatic modification of chitosan by tyrosinase.
Lenhart, Joseph L., Mahesh V. Chaubal, Gregory F. Payne and Timothy A. Barbari. 1998. UM-SG-RS-98-01. Free.
ACS Symposium Series 684:Enzymes in Polymer Synthesis,R.A. Gross, D.L. Kaplan and G. Swift (eds.), pages 188-198.
 


The chitin catabolic cascade in the marine bacterium Vibrio furnissii: molecular cloning, isolation and characterization of a periplasmic beta acetylglucosaminidase.
Nemat O. Keyhani and Saul Roseman. 1996. UM-SG-RS-96-10. Free.
The Journal of Biological Chemistry 271(52):33425-33432.
 


Molecular cloning and characterization of a novel beta acetylglucosaminidase from Vibrio furnissii.
Chitlaru, Edith and Saul Roseman. 1996. UM-SG-RS-96-11. Free.
The Journal of Biological Chemistry 271(52):33433-33439.
 


Sugar transport by the marine chitinolytic bacterium Vibrio furnissii: molecular cloning and analysis of the glucose and N-acetylglucosamine permeases.
Bouma, Carolyn L., and Saul Roseman. 1996. UM-SG-RS-96-12. Free.
The Journal of Biological Chemistry 271(52):33457-33467.
 


Sugar transport by the marine chitinolytic bacterium Vibrio furnissii: Molecular cloning and analysis of the mannose/glucose permease.
Bouma, Carolyn L., and Saul Roseman. 1996. UM-SG-RS-96-13. Free.
The Journal of Biological Chemistry 271(52):33468-33475.
 


Enzyme-catalysed polymer modification: reaction of phenolic compounds with chitosan films.
Payne, Gregory F., Mahesh V. Chaubal and Timothy A. Barbari. 1996. UM-SG-RS-96-04. Free.
Polymer 37(20):4643-4648.
 


Tyrosinase-containing chitosan gels: A combined catalyst and sorbent for selective phenol removal.
Sun, Wei-Qiang and Gregory F. Payne. 1996. UM-SG-RS-96-06. Free.
Botechnology and Bioengineering 51:79-86.
 


Nutritional significance of long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids to the zoeal development of the brachyuran crab, Europanopeus depressus (Smith).
Levine, D.M. and S.D. Sulkin. 1985. UM-SG-RS-85-03. Free.
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 81:211-223.
 


Behavioral basis of depth regulation in the larvae of brachyuran crabs.
Sulkin, S.D. 1984. UM-SG-RS-84-03. Free.
Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser 15:181-205.
 


Ingestion and assimilation of microencapsulated diets by brachyuran crab larvae.
Levine, D.M. and S.D. Sulkin. 1984. UM-SG-RS-84-09. Free.
Marine Biology Letters 5:147-153.
 


Measuring the effects of thermoclines on the vertical migration of larvae of Callinectes sapidus (Brachyura: Portunidae) in the laboratory.
McConnaughey, R.A. and S.D. Sulkin. 1984. UM-SG-RS-84-11. Free.
Marine Biology 81:139-145.
 


A dispersal model for larvae of the deep sea red crab Geryon quinquedens based upon behavioral regulation of vertical migration in the hatching stage.
Kelly, P., S.D. Sulkin and W.F. Van Heukelem. 1983. UM-SG-RS-83-01. Free.
Marine Biology 72:35-43.
 


Ecological and evolutionary significance of nutritional flexibility and planktotrophic larvae of the deep-sea red crab Geryon quinquedens and the stone crab (Menippe mercenaria).
Sulkin, S.D. and W. Van Heukelem. 1980. UM-SG-RS-80-04. Free.
Marine Ecology-Progress Series 2:91-95.
 


On the locomotory rhythm of brachyuran crab larvae and its significance on vertical migration.
S.D. Sulkin, I. Phillips and W.F. Van Heukelem. 1980. UM-SG-RS-80-03. Free.
Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser 1:331-335.
 


The behavioral basis of larval recruitment in the crab Callinectes sapidus Rathbun: A laboratory investigation of ontogenetic changes in geotaxis and barokinesis.
Sulkin, S.D., W. Van Heukelem, P. Kelly and L. Van Heukelem. 1980. UM-SG-RS-80-05. Free.
Biological Bulletin 159:402-417.
 

Ecosystem Processes

Quantity


[new]Ichthyoplankton community structure and comparative trophodynamics in an estuarine transition zone.
Campfield, Patrick A. and Edward D. Houde. 2011. UM-SG-RS-2011-04. Free.
Fish. Bull 109:1-19.
 


Density-dependent indirect effects: apparent mutualism and apparent competition coexist in a two-prey system.
Long, W. Christopher, Emily F. Gamelin, Eric G. Johnson, and Anson H. Hines. 2012. UM-SG-RS-2012-21. DOI : 10.3354/meps09702. Free.
Marine Ecology Progress Series 456:139-148.
 

Finfish

Quantity


[new]A phylogeny of the temperate seabasses (Moronidae) characterized by a translocation of the mt-nd 6 gene.
Williams, E.P., A.C. Peer, T.J. Miller, D.H. Secor, and A.R. Place. 2012. UM-SG-RS-2012-02. DOI : 10.1111/j.1095-8649.2011.03158.x. Free.
Journal of Fish Biology 80:110-130.
 


[new]Comparing the nursery role of inner continental shelf and estuarine habitats for temperate marine fishes.
Woodland, Ryan J., David H. Secor, Mary C. Fabrizio, and Michael J. Wilberg. 2012. UM-SG-RS-2012-06. DOI :10.1016/j.ecss.2011.12.019. Free.
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 9961-73.
 


[new]Bioenergetic responses of Chesapeake Bay white perch (Morone americana) to nursery conditions of temperature, dissolved oxygen, and salinity.
Hanks, Deanna M. and David H. Secor. 2011. UM-SG-RS-2011-13. DOI : 10.1007/s00227-010-1608-0. Free.
Marine Biology 158:805-815.
 


[new]Dissolved oxygen, temperature and salinity effects on the ecophysiology and survivalof juvenile Atlantic sturgeon in estuarine waters: I. Laboratory results.
Niklitschek, Edwin J., and David H. Secor. 2009. UM-SG-RS-2009-17. Free.
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 381:S150-S160.
 


Factors contributing to variability in larval ingress of Atlantic menhaden, Brevoortia tyrannus.
Lozano, C. and E.D. Houde. 2013. UM-SG-RS-2013-05. DOI .org/10.1016/j.ecss.2012.12.005. Free.
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 118:1-10.
 


Age, growth and hatch dates of ingressing larvae and surviving juveniles of Atlantic menhaden Brevoortia tyrannus.
Lozano, C., E.D. Houde, R.L. Wingate, and D.H. Secor. 2012. UM-SG-RS-2012-14. Free.
Journal of Fish Biology 81(5):1665-1685.
 


Effect of chloride on nitrite-induced methaemoglobinemia in Atlantic sturgeon, Acipenser oxyrinchusoxyrinchus (Mitchill).
Matsche, M.A., E. Markin, E. Donaldson, A. Hengst, and A. Lazur. 2012. UM-SG-RS-2012-19. DOI :10.1111/j.1365-2761.2012.01418.x. Free.
Journal of Fish Diseases 35:873-885.
 


Dissolved oxygen, temperature and salinity effects on the ecophysiology and survival of juvenile Atlantic sturgeon in estuarine waters: II. Model development and testing.
Niklitschek, Edwin J. and David H. Secor. 2009. UM-SG-RS-2009-10. Free.
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 381:S161-S172.
 


Chesapeake Bay plankton and fish abundance enhanced by Hurricane Isabel.
Roman, M.R., J.E. Adolf, J. Bichy, W.C. Boicourt, L.W. Harding, Jr., E.D. Houde, S. Jung, G. Kimmel, W.D. Miller, And X. Zhang. 2005. UM-SG-RS-2005-20. Free.
Eos 86(28):261-268.
 


Characterization of a pituitary GnRH-receptor from a perciform fish, Morone saxatilis: functional expression in a fish cell line.
Alok, Deoraj, Shimon Hassin, R. Sampath Kumar, John M. Trant, Kei-li Yu, Yonathan Zohar. 2000. UM-SG-RS-2000-10. Free.
Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology 168:65-75.
 


An exotic namatode parasite of the americaneel.
Barse, Ann M. and David H. Secor. 1999. UM-SG-RS-99-02. Free.
Fisheries 24(2):6-10.
 


Evaluation of the immunotoxicity of chlorothalonil to striped bass phagocytes following in vitro exposure.
Baier-Anderson, Cal and Robert S. Anderson. 1998. UM-SG-RS-98-07. Free.
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 17(8):1546-1551.
 


A comparison of the chemiluminescent response of Crassostrea virginica and Morone saxatilis phagocytes to zymosan and viable Listonella anguillarum.
Bramble, Lisa H. and Robert S. Anderson. 1998. UM-SG-RS-98-09. Free.
Developmental and Comparative Immunology 22(1):55-61.
 


Characterization of a major permeability barrier in the zebrafish embryo.
Hagedorn, Mary, F.W. Kleinhans, Dmitri Artemov, and Ulrich Pilatus. 1998. UM-SG-RS-98-14. Free.
Biology of Reproduction 59:1240-1250.
 


Distribution, relative abundance, biomass and production of bay anchovy Anchoa mitchilli in the Chesapeake Bay.
Wang, Shyh-Bin and Edward D. Houde. 1995. UM-SG-RS-95-11. Free.
Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser 121:27-38.
 


Population biology of bay anchovy Anchoa mitchilli in the mid-Chesapeake Bay.
Newberger, T.A. and E.D. Houde. 1995. UM-SG-RS-95-01. Free.
Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser 116:25-37.
 


Effects of low dissolved oxygen on predation on estuarine fish larvae.
Breitburg, D.L., N. Steinberg, S. DuBeau, C. Cooksey and E.D. Houde. 1994. UM-SG-RS-94-02. Free.
Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser 104:235-246.
 


Behavioral response of fish larvae to low dissolved oxygen concentrations in a stratified water column.
Breitburg, D.L. 1994. UM-SG-RS-94-14. Free.
Marine Biology 120:615-625.
 


Predation mortality of bay anchovy Anchoa mitchilli eggs and larvae due to syphomedusae and ctenophores in Chesapeake Bay.
Purcell, Jennifer E., David A. Nemazie, Suzanne E. Dorsey, Edward D. Houde and John C. Gamble. 1994. UM-SG-RS-94-10. Free.
Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser 114:47-58.
 


Identification of a second insulin-like growth factor in a fish species.
Shamblott, M.J. and T.T. Chen. 1993. UM-SG-RS-93-05. Free.
Proc. National Acad. Sci 89:8913-8917.
 


Spatially explicit models of fish growth rate.
Brandt, S.B., D.M. Mason and E.V. Patrick. 1992. UM-SG-RS-92-11. Free.
Fisheries 17(2):23-35.
 


Essential fatty acid nutrition of larval striped bass (Morone saxatilis) and palmetto bass (M. saxatilis X M. chrysops).
Tuncer, H. and R.M. Harrell. 1992. UM-SG-RS-92-07. Free.
Aquaculture 101:105-121.
 


Settlement patterns and presettlement behavior of the naked goby, Gobiosoma bosci, a temperate oyster reef fish.
Breitburg, D.L. 1991. UM-SG-RS-91-17. Free.
Marine Biology 109:213-221.
 


Spawning, fecundity, hatch-date frequency and young-of-the-year growth of bay anchovy Anchoa mitchilli in mid-Chesapeake Bay.
Zastrow, C.E., E.D. Houde, and L.G. Morin. 1991. UM-SG-RS-91-18. Free.
Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser 73:161-171.
 


Acceptance and consumption of food by striped bass and hybrid larvae.
Tuncer, H., R.M. Harrell and E.D. Houde. 1991. UM-SG-RS-91-05. Free.
Journal of the World Aquaculture Society 21(3):225-233.
 


The culture of zooplankton, dynamics and predator-prey interactions of Chesapeake Bay striped bass Morone saxatilis (Walbaum) in estuarine ponds.
Harrell, R.M. and J. Bukowski. 1990. UM-SG-RS-90-09. Free.
Aquaculture and Fisheries Management 21:195-212.
 


Demersal schooling prior to settlement by larvae of the naked goby.
Breitburg, D.L. 1990. UM-SG-RS-90-01. Free.
Environmental Biology of Fishes 26:97-103.
 


Estrogen-controlled gene expression induction of two estrogen-responsive genes in the liver of rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri).
Chen, T.T., D.A. Howard, L.B. Agellon, C.M. Lin, and S.L. Davies. 1990. UM-SG-RS-90-07. Free.
Physiological Zoology 62(1):25-37.
 


Mitochondrial and nuclear gene dynamics of introduced populations of Lepomis machrochirus.
Chapman, R.W. 1990. UM-SG-RS-90-02. Free.
Genetics 123:399-404.
 


Gene transfer, expression and inheritance of pRSV-rainbow trout-GH cDNA in the common carp, Cyprinus carpio (Linnaeus).
Zhang, P., M. Hayat, C. Joyce, L. Gonzalez-Villasenor, C.M. Lin, R.A. Dunham, T.T. Chen and D.A. Powers. 1990. UM-SG-RS-90-08. Free.
Molecular Reproduction and Development 25:3-13.
 


Gene transfer, expression and inheritance of rainbow trout and human growth hormone genes in carp and loach.
Chen, T.T., C.M. Lin, Z. Zhu, L.I. Gonzalez-Villasenor, R.A. Dunham and D.A. Powers. 1990. UM-SG-RS-90-14. Free.
Transgenic Models in Medicine and Agriculture. Wiley-Liss Inc., pages 127-139.
 


Comparative energetics of striped bass (Morone saxatilis) and hybrid (M. saxatilis X M. chrysops) juveniles.
Tuncer, H., R.M. Harrell and E.D. Houde. 1990. UM-SG-RS-90-10. Free.
Aquaculture 86:387-400.
 


Catch and release mortality of striped bass caught with artificial lures and baits. 1987. Proc. Ann. Conf. Southeast Assoc.
Harrell, R.M. 1989. UM-SG-RS-89-13. Free.
Fish and Wildl. Agencies 41:70-75.
 


Spatial and temporal variation of mitochondrial DNA haplotype frequencies in the striped bass (Morone saxatilis) 1982 year class.
Chapman, R.W. 1989. UM-SG-RS-89-09. Free.
Copeia 1989(2):344-348.
 


Two methods to detect DNA fragments produced by restriction enzymes.
Chapman, R.W. and B.L. Brown. 1989. UM-SG-RS-89-05. Free.
Analytical Biochemistry 177:199-202.
 


Changes in the population structure of male striped bass, Morone saxatilis, spawning in the three areas of the Chesapeake Bay from 1984 to 1986.
Chapman, R.W. 1988. UM-SG-RS-88-09. Free.
Fishery Bulletin 85(1):167-170.
 


A method of stock identification based on the elemental composition of striped bass Morone saxatilis (Walbaum) otoliths.
Mulligan, T.J., F.D. Martin, R.A. Smucker and D.A. Wright. 1988. UM-SG-RS-88-04. Free.
J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol 14:1241-1248.
 


Factors affecting the chemiluminescent response of fish phagocytes.
Stave, J.W., B.S. Roberson and F.M. Hetrick. 1984. UM-SG-RS-84-12. Free.
J. Fish Biol 25:197-206.
 


Chemiluminescence of phagocytic cells isolated from the pronephros of striped bass.
Stave, J.W., B.S. Roberson and F.M. Hetrick. 1983. UM-SG-RS-83-08. Free.
Developmental and Comparative Immunology, Volume 7.
 


Comparative feeding habits of white perch and striped bass larvae in the Potomac estuary.
Setzler-Hamilton, E., P.W. Jones, F.D. Martin, K. Ripple, J.A. Mihursky, G.E. Drewry and M. Beaven. 1982. UM-SG-RS-82-08. Free.
Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Meeting of the Potomac Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, May, 1981, pages 139-157.
 


Identifying climatic factors influencing commercial fish and shellfish landings in Maryland.
Ulanowicz, R.E., M.L. Ali, A. Vivian, D.R. Heinle, W.A. Rickhus and J.K. Summers. 1982. UM-SG-RS-82-07. Free.
Fisheries Bulletin 80(3):611-619.
 


Histological and morphometric criteria for assessing the nutritional state of larval striped bass, Morone saxatilis.
Martin, F.D. and R. Malloy. 1981. UM-SG-RS-81-01. Free.
Proceedings of the Fourth Annual Larval Fish Conference, pages 157-162.
 

Human Pathogens

Quantity


Cryptosporidium parvum in oysters from commercial harvesting sites in the Chesapeake Bay.
Fayer, Ronald, Earl J. Lewis, James M. Trout, Thaddeus K. Graczyk, Mark C. Jenkins, James Higgins, Lihua Xiao, and Altaf A. Lal. 1999. UM-SG-RS-99-12. Free.
Emerging Infectious Diseases 5(5):706-710.
 


Evaluation of the recovery of waterborne Giardia cysts by freshwater clams and cyst detection in clam tissue.
Graczyk, Thaddeus K., Ronald Fayer, David Bruce Conn and Earl J. Lewis. 1999. UM-SG-RS-99-13. Free.
Parasitol. Res 85:30-34.
 


Cryptosporidium oocysts in Bent mussels (Ischadium recurvum) in the Chesapeake Bay.
Graczyk, T.K., R. Fayer, E.J. Lewis, J.M. Trout, C.A. Farley. 1999. UM-SG-RS-99-14. Free.
Parasitol. Res 85:518-521.
 


Filth flies are transport hosts of Cryptosporidium parvum. (Letter to the editor).
Graczyk, Thaddeus K., Ronald Fayer, Michael R. Cranfield, Barbara Mhangami-Ruwende, Ronald Knight, James M. Trout, and Heather Bixler. 1999. UM-SG-RS-99-15. Free.
Emerging Infectious Diseases 5(5):726-727.
 


Giardia duodenalis cysts of genotype A recovered from clams in the Chesapeake Bay subestuary, Rhode River.
Graczyk, Thaddeus K., R.C. Andrew Thompson, Ronald Fayer, Peter Adams, Una M. Morgan, and Earl J. Lewis. 1999. UM-SG-RS-99-16. Free.
Am. J. Trop. Med. Hyg 61(4):526-529.
 


House flies (Musca domestica) as transport hosts of Cryptosporidium parvum.Am. J. Trop.
Graczyk, Thaddeus K., Michael R. Cranfield, Ronald Fayer, and Heather Bixler. 1999. UM-SG-RS-99-17. Free.
Med. Hyg 61(3):500-504.
 

Invasive Species

Quantity


Acute toxicity of 5% rotenone to northern snakeheads.
Lazur, Andrew, Steve Early, and John M. Jacobs. 2006. UM-SG-RS-2006-21. Free.
North American Journal of Fisheries Management 26:628-630.
 


Epifaunal disturbance by periodic low levels of dissolved oxygen: native vs. invasive species response.
Jewett, E.B., A.H. Hines, and G.M. Ruiz. 2005. UM-SG-RS-2005-09. Free.
Marine Ecology Progress Series 304:31-44.
 

Oyster Disease

Quantity


[new]The Alveolate Perkinsus marinus: biological insights from EST gene discovery.
Joseph, Sandeep J., Jos A. Fernndez-Robledo, Malcolm J. Gardner, Najib M. El-Sayed, Chih-Horng Kuo, Eric J. Schott, Haiming Wang, Jessica C.Kissinger and Gerardo R. Vasta. 2010. UM-SG-RS-2010-05. Free.
BMC Genomics 11:228.
 


[new]Growth rates and prevalence of Perkinsus marinus prevalence in restored oyster populations in Maryland.
Paynter, Kennedy T., Vincent Politano, Hillary A. Lane, Steven M. Allen, and Donald Meritt. 2010. UM-SG-RS-2010-17. Free.
Journal of Shellfish Research 29:309-317.
 


[new]Transfection of the protozoan parasite Perkinsus marinus.
Fernndez-Robledo, Jos A., Zhuoer Lin, Gerardo R. Vasta. 2008. UM-SG-RS-2008-20. Free.
Molecular & Biochemical Parasitology 157:44-53.
 


Performance of disease-tolerant strains of eastern oyster (Crassostrea virginica) in the Patuxent River, Maryland, 2003 to 2007.
Abbe, George R., Carol B. Mccollough, Linda S. Barker, and Christopher F. Dungan. 2010. UM-SG-RS-2010-04. Free.
Journal of Shellfish Research 29(1):161-175.
 


Development of an in vitro assay to examine intracellular survival of Perkinsus marinus(/I> trophozoites upon phagocytosis by oyster (Crassostrea virginica and Crassostrea ariakensis) hemocytes.
Alavi, Mohammad R., Jos A. Fernndez-Robledo, and Gerardo R. Vasta. 2009. UM-SG-RS-2009-07. Free.
J. Parasitol 95(4): 900-907.
 


Application of molecular tools for the survey of bacterial pathogens associated with Crassostrea virginica (Gmelin 1791) and Crassostrea ariakensis (Fujita 1913).
Alavi, Mohammad R., Eric J. Schott, Keiko Saito, and Gerardo R. Vasta. 2008. UM-SG-RS-2008-14. Free.
J. Shellfish Research 27(3):551-558.
 


Susceptibility of Crassostrea ariakensis (Fujita 1913) to Bonamia and Perkinsus spp. infections: potential for disease transmission between oyster species.
Schott, Eric J., Jose A. Fernandez-Robledo, Mohammad R. Alavi and Gerardo R. Vasta. 2008. UM-SG-RS-2008-16. Free.
Journal of Shellfish Research (27)3:541-549.
 


Assessment of the northern distribution range of selected Perkinsus species in Eastern oysters (Crassostrea virginica) and hard clams (Mercenaria mercenaria) with the use of PCR-based detection assays.
Pecher, Wolf T., Mohammad R. Alavi, Eric J. Schott, Jos A. Fernndez-Robledo, Laura Roth, Sean T. Berg, and Gerardo R. Vasta. 2008. UM-SG-RS-2008-12. Free.
J. Parasitol 94(2):410-422.
 


Cryptic ecological diversification of a planktonic estuarine copepod, Acartia tonsa..
Chen, Gang and Matthew P. Hare. 2008. UM-SG-RS-2008-13. Free.
Molecular Ecology 17:1451-1468.
 


Comparative vulnerability to predators, and induced defense responses, of eastern oysters Crassostrea virginica and non native Crassostrea ariakensis oysters in Chesapeake Bay.
Newell, Roger I. E., Victor S. Kennedy, and Kristi S. Shaw. 2007. UM-SG-RS-2007-09. Free.
Mar. Biol 152:449-460.
 


Growth and mortality of dermo-disease-free juvenile oysters (Crassostrea virginica) at three salinity regimes in an enzootic area of Chesapeake Bay.
Albright, Brian W., George R. Abbe, Carol B. Mccollough, Linda S. Barker, and Christopher F. Dungan. 2007. UM-SG-RS-2007-13. Free.
Journal of Shellfish Research 26(2):451-463.
 


Acquisition and progression of Perkinsus marinus infections by specific-pathogen-free juvenile oysters (Crassostrea virginica) Gmelinin in a mesohaline Chesapeake Bay tributary.
McCollough, Carol B., Brian W. Albright, George R. Abbe, Linda S. Barker And Christopher F. Dungan. 2007. UM-SG-RS-2007-14. Free.
Journal of Shellfish Research 26(2):465-477.
 


Structures of PmSOD1 and PmSOD2, two superoxide dismutases from the protozoan parasite Perkinsus marinus.
Asojo, Oluwatoyin A., Eric J. Schott, Gerardo R. Vasta, and Abelardo M. Silva. 2006. UM-SG-RS-2006-04. Free.
Acta Crystallographica Section F:108-122.
 


Gene organization and expression of the divalent cation transporter Nramp in the protistan parasite Perkinsus marinus.
Robledo, Jose-Antonio F., Pascal Courville, Mathieu F. M. Cellier, and Gerardo R. Vasta. 2004. UM-SG-RS-2004-14. Free.
J. Parasitol 90(5):1004-1014.
 


The protistan parasite Perkinsus marinus is resistant to selected reactive oxygen species.
Schott, Eric J., Wolf T. Pecher, Florence Okafor, and Gerardo R. Vasta. 2003. UM-SG-RS-2003-17. Free.
Experimental Parasitology 105:232-240.
 


Superoxide dismutases from the oyster parasite Perkinsus marinus: purification, biochemical characterization, and development of a plate microassay for activity.
Ahmed, Hafiz, Eric J. Schott, Julie D. Gauthier, and Gerardo R. Vasta. 2003. UM-SG-RS-2003-19. Free.
Analytical Biochemistry 318:132-141.
 


Gene organization and homology modeling of two iron superoxide dismutases of the early branching protist Perkinsus marinus.
Schott, Eric J., Jose-Antonio F. Robledo, Anita C. Wright, Abelardo M. Silva, Gerardo R. Vasta. 2003. UM-SG-RS-2003-24. Free.
Gene 309:1-9.
 


The PmSOD1 gene of the protistan parasite Perkinsus marinus complements the sod2_ mutant of Saccharomyces cerevisiae, and directs an iron superoxide dismutase to mitochondria.
Schott, Eric J., and Gerardo R. Vasta. 2003. UM-SG-RS-2003-25. Free.
Molecular & Biochemical Parasitology 126:81-92.
 


Effects of plasma from bivalve mollusk species on the in vitro proliferation of the protistan parasite Perkinsus marinus.
Gauthier, Julie D., and Gerardo R. Vasta. 2002. UM-SG-RS-2002-11. Free.
Journal of Experimental Zoology 292:221-230.
 


cDNA cloning and characterization of two iron superoxide dismutases from the oyster parasite Perkinsus marinus.
Wright, Anita C., Hafiz Ahmed, Julie D. Gauthier, Abelardo M. Silva, and Gerardo R. Vasta. 2002. UM-SG-RS-2002-20. Free.
Molecular and Biochemical Parasitology 123:73-77.
 


Description of Perkinsus andrewsi n. sp. isolated from the Baltic clam (Macoma balthica) by characterization of the ribosomal RNA locus, and development of a species-specific PCR-based diagnostic assay.
Coss, Cathleen A. José A.F. Robledo, Gregory M. Ruiz, and Gerardo R. Vasta. 2001. UM-SG-RS-2001-09. Free.
J. Eukaryot. Microbiol 48(1):52-61.
 


Fine structure of clonally propagated in vitro life stages of a Perkinsus sp. isolated from the Baltic clam Macoma balthica.
Coss, Cathleen A. Jose A.F. Robledo, and Gerardo R. Vasta. 2001. UM-SG-RS-2001-10. Free.
J. Eukaryot. Microbiol 48(1):38-51.
 


Ultrastructural characteristics of the in vitro cell cycle of the protozoan pathogen of oysters, Perkinsus marinus.
J. Eukaryot. Microbiol. 2001. UM-SG-RS-2001-19. Free.
J. Eukaryot. Microbiol 48(3):348-361.
 


High-throughput isolation of oyster DNA facilitates diagnosis of Dermo disease.
Robledo, Jose A.F., Wolf T. Pecher, and Gerardo R. Vasta. 2000. UM-SG-RS-2000-22. Free.
Qiagen News 5:15-17.
 


Characterization of the ribosomal RNA locus of Perkinsus atlanticus and development of a polymerase chain reaction-based diagnostic assay.
Robledo, Jose A.F., Cathleen A. Coss, and Gerardo R. Vasta. 2000. UM-SG-RS-2000-23. Free.
Journal of Parasitology 86(5):972-978.
 


Nucleotide sequence variability in the nontranscribed spacer of the rRNA locus in the oyster parasite Perkinsus marinus..
Robledo, Jos A.F., Anita C. Wright, Adam G. Marsh, and Gerardo R. Vasta. 1999. UM-SG-RS-99-26. Free.
J. Parasitol 85(4):650-656.
 


Modeling the MSX parasite in eastern oyster (Crassostrea virginica) populations. I. Model development, implementation, and verification.
Ford, Susan, Eric Powell, John Klinck, and Eileen Hofmann. 1999. UM-SG-RS-99-31. Free.
Journal of Shellfish Research 18(2):475-500.
 


Modeling the MSX parasite in eastern oyster (Crassostrea virginica) populations. II. Salinity effects.
Paraso, Michelle C., Susan E. Ford, Eric N. Powell, Eileen E. Hofmann, and John M. Klinck. 1999. UM-SG-RS-99-32. Free.
Journal of Shellfish Research 18(2):501-516.
 


Modeling the MSX parasite in eastern oyster (Crassostrea virginica) populations. III. Regional application and the problem of transmission.
Powell, Eric N., John M. Klinck, Susan E. Ford, Eileen E. Hofmann, and Stephen J. Jordan. 1999. UM-SG-RS-99-33. Free.
Journal of Shellfish Research 18(2):517-537.
 


Use of L-DOPA and soluble bacterial products to improve set of Crassostrea virginica (Gmelin, 1791) and C. gigas (Thunberg, 1793).
Walch, Marianne, Ronald M. Weiner, Rita R. Colwell, and Steven L. Coon. 1999. UM-SG-RS-99-34. Free.
Journal of Shellfish Research 18(1):133-138.
 


Effects of tributyltin and hypoxia on the progression of Perkinsus marinus infections and host defence mechanisms in oyster, Crassostrea virginica (Gmelin).
Anderson, R.S., L.L. Brubacher, L. Ragone Calvo, M.A. Unger, and E.M. Burreson. 1998. UM-SG-RS-98-06. Free.
Journal of Fish Diseases 21:371-379.
 


Species-specificity and sensitivity of a PCR-based assay for Perkinsus marinus in the eastern oyster, Crassostrea virginica: a comparison with the fluid thioglycollate assay.
Robledo, Jos A., Julie D. Gauthier, Cathleen A. Coss, Anita C. Wright, and Gerardo R. Vasta. 1998. UM-SG-RS-98-18. Free.
J. Parasitol 84(6):1237-1244.
 

Oyster Disease Research

Quantity


Seriological affinities of the oyster pathogen Perkinsus marinus (Apicolplexa) with some dinoflagellates (Dinophyceae).
Bushek, David, Christopher F. Dungan and Alan J. Lewitus. 2002. UM-SG-RS-2002-03. Free.
J. Eukaryot. Microbiol 49(1):11-16.
 


Antibacterial activities of oyster (Crassostrea virginica and mussel (Mytilus edulis) and Geukensia demissa plasma.
Anderson, R.S. and A.E. Beaven. 2001. UM-SG-RS-2001-06. Free.
Aquat. Living Resour 14:343-349.
 


A comparative study of anti-Perkinsus marinus activity in bivalve sera.
Anderson, R.S. and A.E. Beaven. 2001. UM-SG-RS-2001-07. Free.
Journal of Shellfish Research 20(3):1011-1017.
 


Mortality of newly metamorphosed eastern oysters (Crassostrea virginica) in mesohaline Chesapeake Bay.
Newell, R.I.E., G.S. Alspach, Jr., V.S. Kennedy and D. Jacobs. 2000. UM-SG-RS-2000-02. Free.
Marine Biology 136:665-676.
 

Oysters

Quantity


[new]A comparison of Crassostrea virginica and C. ariakensis in Chesapeake Bay: does oyster species affect habitat function?.
Harwell, Heather D., Peter Kingsley-Smith, M. Lisa Kellogg, Steven M. Allen, Standish K. Allen, Jr., Donald Meritt, Kennedy T. Paynter, and Mark W. Luckenbach. 2010. UM-SG-RS-2010-19. Free.
Journal of Shellfish Research 29(2):253-269.
 


Long-term (1939 to 2008) spatial patterns in juvenile Eastern oyster (Crassostrea virginica, Gmelin 1791) abundance in the Maryland portion of Chesapeake Bay.
Kimmel, David G., Mitchell Tarnowski, and Roger I. E. Newell. 2012. UM-SG-RS-2012-13. DOI : 10.2983/035.031.0414. Free.
Journal of Shellfish Research 31(4):1023-1031.
 


Oyster shell dissolution rates in estuarine waters: effects of pH and shell legacy.
Waldbusser, George G., Ryan A. Steenson, and Mark A. Green. 2011. UM-SG-RS-2011-18. DOI : 10.2983/035.030.0308. Free.
Journal of Shellfish Research 30(3)659-669.
 


Discriminatory predation by three invertebrates on eastern oysters (Crassostrea virginica) compared with non-native Suminoe oysters (C. ariakensis).
Kennedy, Victor S., Kristi S. Shaw, and Roger I.E. Newell. 2009. UM-SG-RS-2009-05. Free.
Invertebrate Biology 128(1):16-25.
 


Crassostrea ariakensis in Chesapeake Bay: growth, disease and mortality in shallow subtidal environments.
Paynter, Kennedy T., Jacob D. Goodwin, Marcy E. Chen, Nancy J. Ward, Mark W. Sherman, Donald W. Meritt, and Standish K. Allen. 2008. UM-SG-RS-2008-04. Free.
Journal of Shellfish Research 27(3):509-515.
 


Molecular epizootiology of Perkinsus marinus and P. chesapeaki infections among wild oysters and clams in Chesapeake Bay, USA.
Reece, Kimberly S., Christopher F. Dungan , and Eugene M. Burreson. 2008. UM-SG-RS-2008-10. Free.
Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 82:237-248.
 


Experimental cross-infections by Perkinsus marinus and P. chesapeaki in three sympatric species of Chesapeake Bay oysters and clams.
Dungan, Christopher F., Kimberly S. Reece , Rosalee M. Hamilton, Nancy A. Stokes, and Eugene M. Burreson. 2007. UM-SG-RS-2007-21. Free.
Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 76:67-75.
 


A genetic test for recruitment enhancement in Chesapeake Bay oysters, Crassostrea virginica, after population supplementation with a disease tolerant strain.
Hare, Matthew P., Standish K. Allen Jr., Paulette Bloomer, Mark D. Camara, Ryan B. Carnegie, Jenna Murfree, Mark Luckenbach, Donald Meritt, Cheryl Morrison, Kennedy Paynter, Kimberly S. Reece, and Colin G. Rose. 2006. UM-SG-RS-2006-07. Free.
Conservation Genetics 7:717-734.
 


Isolation by distance in the Eastern oyster, Crassostrea virginica, in Chesapeake Bay.
Rose, Colin G., Kennedy T. Paynter, and Matthew P. Hare. 2006. UM-SG-RS-2006-11. Free.
Journal of Heredity 97(2):158-170.
 


Real-time PCR investigation of parasite ecology: in situ determination of oyster parasite Perkinsus marinus transmission dynamics in lower Chesapeake Bay.
Audemard, C., L.M. Ragone Calvo, K.T. Paynter, K.S. Reece, and E.M. Burreson. 2006. UM-SG-RS-2006-13. Free.
Parasitology 132:827-842.
 


A genomic scan for divergent selection in a secondary contact zone between Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico oysters, Crassostrea virginica.
Murray, Maria C. and Matthew P. Hare. 2006. UM-SG-RS-2006-17. Free.
Molecular Ecology 15:4229-4242.
 


Assessment of recent habitat conditions of eastern oyster Crassostrea virginica bars in mesohaline Chesapeake Bay.
Smith, G.F., D.G. Bruce, E.B. Roach, A. Hansen, R.I.E. Newell, and A.M. McManus. 2005. UM-SG-RS-2005-21. Free.
North American Journal of Fisheries Management 25:1569-1590.
 


Molecular, morphological, and experimental evidence support the synonymy of Perkinsus chesapeaki and Perkinsus andrewsi.
Burreson, Eugene M., Kimberly S. Reece, and Christopher F. Dungan. 2005. UM-SG-RS-2005-22. Free.
J. Eukaryot. Microbiol 52(3):258-270.
 


Development of a PCR-ELISA assay for diagnosis of Perkinsus marinus and Perkinsus atlanticus infections in bivalve mollusks.
Elandalloussi, Laurence M., Ricardo M. Leite, Ricardo Afonso, Patricia A. Nunes, Jose A.F. Robledo, Gerardo R. Vasta, and M. Leonor Cancela. 2004. UM-SG-RS-2004-06. Free.
Molecular and Cellular Probes 18:89-96.
 


Long-term projections of Eastern oyster populations under various management scenarios.
Jordan, Stephen J. and Jessica M. Coakley. 2004. UM-SG-RS-2004-16. Free.
Journal of Shellfish Research 23(1):63-72.
 


The location, composition, and origin of oyster bars in mesohaline Chesapeake Bay.
Smith, G.F., E.B. Roach, D.G. Bruce. 2003. UM-SG-RS-2003-27. Free.
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 56:391-409.
 


Influence of simulated bivalve biodeposition and microphytobenthos on sediment nitrogen dynamics: A laboratory study.
Newell, Roger I.E., Jeffrey C. Cornwell and Michael S. Owens. 2002. UM-SG-RS-2002-01. Free.
Limnol. Oceanogr 47(5):1367-1379.
 


Zinc concentration effect at the organismal, cellular and subcellular levels in the eastern oyster.
Meiller, Jessica C., and Brian P. Bradley. 2002. UM-SG-RS-2002-17. Free.
Marine Environmental Research 54:401-404.
 


Oyster biomass, abundance, and harvest in northern Chesapeake Bay: trends and forecasts.
Jordan, Stephen J., Kelly N. Greenhawk, Carol B. McCollough, Jessica Vanisko, and Mark L. Homer. 2002. UM-SG-RS-2002-23. Free.
Journal of Shellfish Research 21(2):733-741.
 


Remote acoustic habitat assessment techniques used to characterize the quality and extent of oyster bottom in the Chesapeake Bay.
Smith, G.F., D.G. Bruce, and E.B. Roach. 2001. UM-SG-RS-2001-18. Free.
Marine Geodesy 24:171-189.
 

Related Species

Quantity


[new]Exploring the population dynamics of winter skate (Leucoraja ocellata) in the Georges Bank region using a statistical catch-at-age model incorporating length, migration, and recruitment process errors.
Frisk, M.G., S.J.D. Martell, T.J. Miller, and K. Sosebee. 2010. UM-SG-RS-2010-12. DOI : 10.1139/F10-008. Free.
Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci 67:774-792.
 


Age, growth, and latitudinal patterns of two Rajidae species in the northwestern Atlantic: little skate (Leucoraja erinacea) and winter skate (Leucoraja ocellata).
Frisk, Michael G. and Thomas J. Miller. 2006. UM-SG-RS-2006-20. Free.
Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci 63:1078-1091.
 

Sea nettle

Quantity


Oyster-sea nettle interdependence and altered control within the Chesapeake Bay ecosystem.
Breitburg, Denise L. and Richard S. Fulford. 2006. UM-SG-RS-2006-05. Free.
Estuaries and Coasts 29(5):776-784.
 


Forecasting system predicts presence of sea nettles in Chesapeake Bay.
Brown, Christopher W., Raleigh R. Hood, Zhen Li, Mary Beth Decker, Thomas F. Gross, Jennifer E. Purcell, and Harry V. Wang. 2002. UM-SG-RS-2002-24. Free.
Eos (83)30:321-332.
 

Shellfish

Quantity


Identification of a second rRNA gene unit in the Perkinsus andrewsi genome.
Pecher, Wolf T., Jose A.F. Robledo and Gerardo R. Vasta. 2004. UM-SG-RS-2004-12. Free.
J. Eukaryot. Microbiol 51(2):234-245.
 


Perkinsus sp. infection risk for manila clams, Venerupis philippinarum (A. Adams and Reeve, 1850) on the Pacific coast of North and Central America.
Elston, Ralph A., Christopher F. Dungan, Theodore R. Meyers, and Kimberly S. Reece. 2004. UM-SG-RS-2004-15. Free.
Journal of Shellfish Research 23(1):101-105.
 


A thraustochytrid protist isolated from Mercernaria mercenaria: molecular characterization and host defense responses.
Anderson, R.S., B.S. Kraus, S.E. McGladdery, K.S. Reece, and N.A. Stokes. 2003. UM-SG-RS-2003-10. Free.
Fish & Shellfish Immunology 15:183-194.
 


QPX, a pathogen of quahogs (hard clams), employs mucoid secretions to resist host antimicrobial agents.
Anderson, R.S., B.S. Kraus, S. McGladdery and R. Smolowitz. 2003. UM-SG-RS-2003-14. Free.
Journal of Shellfish Research 22(1):205-208.
 


Effects of Hyphomonans PM-1 biofilms on the toxicity of copper and zinc to Crassostrea gigas and Crassostrea virginica larval set.
Chang, Emily Y., Steven L. Coon, Marianne Walch and ronald Weiner. 1996. UM-SG-RS-96-07. Free.
Journal of Shellfish Reserach 15(3):589-595.
 


Feeding rate responses of oyster larvae (Crassostrea virginica) to seston quality and composition.
Baldwin, Brad S. and Roger I.E. Newell. 1995. UM-SG-RS-95-12. Free.
Journal of Experimental Biology and Ecology 189:77-91.
 


Relative importance of different size food particles in the natural diet of oyster larvae (Crassostrea virginica).
Baldwin, Brad S. and Roger I. E. Newell. 1995. UM-SG-RS-95-10. Free.
Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser 120:135-145.
 


Selective particle ingestion by oyster larvae (Crassostrea virginica) feeding on natural seston and cultured algae.
Baldwin, B.S. 1995. UM-SG-RS-95-13. Free.
Marine Biology 123:95-107.
 


Defense responses of hemocytes withdrawn from Crassostrea virginica infected with Perkinsus marinus.
Anderson, Robert S., Eugene M. Burreson and Kennedy T. Paynter. 1995. UM-SG-RS-95-22. Free.
Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 66:82-89.
 


Energy storage dynamics in bay archovy, Achoa mitchilli.
Wang, S.B. and E.D. Houde. 1994. UM-SG-RS-94-09. Free.
Marine Biology 121:219-227.
 


Modulation of oyster (Crassostrea virginica) hemocyte immune function by copper, as measured by luminol-enhanced chemiluminescence.
Anderson, Robert S., Laurie M. Mora and Sandra A. Thomson. 1994. UM-SG-RS-94-15. Free.
Comp. Biochem.Physiol 108C(2):215-220.
 


Distribution of viruses in the Chesapeake Bay.
Wommack, K.E., R.T. Hill, M. Kessel, E. Russek-Cohen and R.R. Colwell. 1993. UM-SG-RS-93-01. Free.
Applied and Env. Microbiology 58(9):2965-2970.].
 


Binding specificities of mono- and polyclonal antibodies to the protozoan oyster pathogen Perkinsus marinus.
Dungan, C.F. and B.S. Roberson. 1993. UM-SG-RS-93-11. Free.
Dis. of Aquat. Org 15:9-22.
 


Egg production by the calanoid copepod Acartia tonsa in the mesohaline Chesapeake Bay: the importance of food resources and temperature.
White, J.R. and M.R. Roman. 1992. UM-SG-RS-92-16. Free.
Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser 86:239-249.
 


Immunotoxicity of cadmium for the eastern oyster (Crassostrea virginica gmelin 1791): Effects on hemocyte chemiluminescence.
Anderson, R.S., L.M. Oliver and D. Jacobs. 1992. UM-SG-RS-92-20. Free.
Journal of Shellfish Research 11(1):31-35.
 


Superoxide anion generation by Crassostrea virginica hemocytes as measured by nitroblue tetrazolium reduction.
Anderson, R.S., L.M. Oliver, and L.L. Brubacher. 1992. UM-SG-RS-92-12. Free.
Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 59:303-307.
 


Increased reactive oxygen intermediate production by hemocytes with drawn from Crassostrea virginica infected with Perkinsus marinus.
Anderson, Robert S., Kennedy T. Paynter and Eugene Burreson. 1992. UM-SG-RS-92-21. Free.
Biol. Bull 183:476-481.
 


Interactions between Shewanella colwelliana, oyster larvae, and hydrophobic organophosphate pesticides.
LaBare, M.P. and R.M. Weiner. 1991. UM-SG-RS-91-16. Free.
Appl. and Env. Microbiology 56(12):3817-3821.
 


Ammonia induces settlement behavior in oyster larvae.
Coon, S.L., M. Walch, W.K. Fitt, R.M. Weiner and D.B. Bonar. 1991. UM-SG-RS-91-03. Free.
Biol. Bull 179:294-303.
 


Bacterial mediation in the utilization of carbon and nitrogen from detrital complexes by Crassostrea virginica.
Crosby, M.P., R.I. E. Newell and C.J. Langdon. 1991. UM-SG-RS-91-04. Free.
Limnol. Oceanogr 35(3):625-639.
 


Differential ingestion and digestion of bivalve larvae by the scyphosoan Chrysaora quinquecirrha and the ctenophore Mnemiopsis leidyi.
Purcell, J., F.P. Cresswell, D.G. Cargo and V.S. Kennedy. 1991. UM-SG-RS-91-06. Free.
Biol. Bull 180:103-111.
 


Acute toxicity of formalin and copper sulfate to striped bass fingerlings held in varying salinities.
Reardon, I.S. and R.M. Harrell. 1990. UM-SG-RS-90-11. Free.
Aquaculture 87:255-270.
 


Effects of hypoxia and anoxia on survival, energy metabolism and feeding of oyster larvae (Crassostrea virginica) Gmelin.
Widdows, T., R.I.E. Newell and R. Mann. 1990. UM-SG-RS-90-06. Free.
Biol. Bull 177:154-166.
 


Growth of tray cultured oysters (Crassostrea virginica) Gmelin in Chesapeake Bay.
Paynter, K.T., and L. DiMichele. 1990. UM-SG-RS-90-13. Free.
Aquaculture 87:289-297.
 


Effect of biofilms of the marine bacterium Alteromonas colwelliana (LST) on set of the oysters Crassostrea gigas (Thunberg, 1793) and C. virginica (Gmelin, 1791).
Weiner, R.M., M. Walch, M. Labare, D.B. Bonar and R.R. Colwell. 1989. UM-SG-RS-89-11. Free.
Journal of Shellfish Research 8(1):117-123.
 


Annual variation of estuarine and oceanic oyster Crassostrea virginica Gmelin hemocyte capacity.
Fisher, W.S., M. Chintala and M. Moline. 1989. UM-SG-RS-89-12. Free.
J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol 127:105-120.
 


Importance of refractory plant material to the carbon budget of the oyster Crassostrea virginica.
Crosby, M.P., C.J. Langdon and R.I.E. Newell. 1989. UM-SG-RS-89-06. Free.
Marine Biology 100:343-352.
 


Potential research tools and technology: A physiological approach to the study of bivalve molluscan diseases.
Newell, R.I.E. and B.J. Barber. 1989. UM-SG-RS-89-07. Free.
American Fisheries Society Special Publication 18:269-280.
 


Oxygen fluctuations and fish population dynamics in a Chesapeake Bay oyster bed.
Breitburg, D.L. 1988. UM-SG-RS-88-11. Free.
Understanding the Estuary: Advances in Chesapeake Bay Research, Proceedings of a Conference. Chesapeake Research Consortium, Publication 129, pages 547-557.
 


Environmental influence on activities and foreign-particle binding by hemocytes of the American oyster, Crassostrea virginica.
Fisher, W.S. and M. Tamplin. 1988. UM-SG-RS-88-10. Free.
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sci 45(7):1309-1315.
 


Domesticating the wild oyster.
Leffler, M. 1988. UM-SG-RS-88-03. Free.
The World & I April 1988:184-190.
 


Bringing up oysters.
Leffler, M. 1987. UM-SG-RS-87-08. Free.
Oceans 19:38-43.
 


Norepinephrine and dopamine content of larvae and spat of the Pacific oyster, Crassostrea gigas.
Coon, S.L. and D.B. Bonar. 1987. UM-SG-RS-87-06. Free.
Biol. Bull 171:632-639.
 


Physiological effects of the MSX parasite Haplosporidium nelsoni (Haskin, Stauber and Mackin) on the American oyster Crassostrea virginica (Gmelin).
Newell, R.I.E. 1987. UM-SG-RS-87-11. Free.
Journal of Shellfish Research 5(2):91-95.
 


Chemical production of cultchless oyster spat using epinephrine and norepinephrine.
Coon, S.L., D.B. Bonar and R.M. Weiner. 1987. UM-SG-RS-87-03. Free.
Aquaculture 58:255-262.
 


Temperature dependency of carbohydrase activity in the hepatopancreas of thirteen estuarine and coastal bivalve species from the North American east coast.
Brock, V., V.S. Kennedy and A. Brock. 1987. UM-SG-RS-87-07. Free.
J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol 103:87-101.
 


Temporal and spatial variations in the composition of seston available to the suspension feeder Crassostrea virginica.
Berg, J.A. and R.I.E. Newell. 1987. UM-SG-RS-87-02. Free.
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 23:375-386.
 


Expected seasonal presence of Crassostrea virginica (Gmelin) larval populations, emphasizing Chesapeake Bay.
V.S. Kennedy. 1986. UM-SG-RS-86-11. Free.
American Malacological Bulletin, Special Edition 3:25-29.
 


Induction of settlement and metamorphosis of the Pacific oyster, Crassostrea gigas (Thunberg) by L-DOPA and catecolamines.
Coon, S.L., D.B. Bonar and R.M. Weiner. 1986. UM-SG-RS-86-01. Free.
J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol 94:211-221.
 


Salinity effects on the activity of granular hemocytes of American oysters, Crassostrea virginica.
Fisher, W.S. and R.I.E. Newell. 1986. UM-SG-RS-86-03. Free.
Biol. Bull 170:122-134.
 


Seasonal and environmental variation in protein and carbohydrate levels in the hemolymph from American oysters, Crassostrea virginica.
Fisher, W.S. and R.I.E. Newell. 1986. UM-SG-RS-86-10. Free.
Comp. Biochem. Physiol 85A(2):365-372.
 


Characterization of a marine bacterium associated with Crassostrea virginica (eastern oyster).
Weiner, R.M., A.M. Seagall and R.R. Colwell. 1985. UM-SG-RS-85-02. Free.
Appl. Env. Microbiology 49(1):83-90.
 


Chitinase activity in the crystalline style of the American oyster Crassostrea virginica.
R.A. Smucker and D.A. Wright. 1984. UM-SG-RS-84-02. Free.
Comp. Biochem. Phys 77A(2):239-241.
 


Comparative gametogenic and spawning patterns of the oyster Crassostrea virginica (Gmelin) in central Chesapeake Bay.
Kennedy, V.S. and L.B. Krantz. 1984. UM-SG-RS-84-06. Free.
Journal of Shellfish Research 2(2):133-140.
 


The importance of food availability in regulating reproduction in estuarine bivalve molluscs.
Newell, R.I.E. 1984. UM-SG-RS-84-07. Free.
Canadian Technical Report of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences No. 1263.
 


Molluscan bioenergetics: A synopsis.
Newell, R.I.E. 1984. UM-SG-RS-84-04. Free.
Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Aquaculture Nutrition: Biochemical and Physiological Approaches to Shellfish Nutrition, Oct. 27-29, 1981.
 


Sex ratios in oysters, emphasizing Crassostrea virginica from Chesapeake Bay, Maryland.
Kennedy, V.S. 1983. UM-SG-RS-83-05. Free.
Veliger 25(4):329-338.
 


Preferential ingestion of organic material by the American oyster Crassostrea virginica.
Newell, R.I.E. and S.J. Jordan. 1983. UM-SG-RS-83-10. Free.
Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser 13:47-53.
 


The transport of oyster larvae in an estuary.
Seliger, H.H., J.A. Boggs, R.B. Rivkin, W.H. Biggley and K.R.H. Aspden. 1983. UM-SG-RS-83-02. Free.
Marine Biology 71:57-72.
 


Comparison of recent and past patterns of oyster settlement and seasonal fouling in Broad Creek and Tred Avon River, Maryland.
Kennedy, V.S. 1982. UM-SG-RS-82-02. Free.
National Shellfisheries Assoc 70(1980):36-46.
 


An evaluation of the wet oxidation technique for use in determining the energy content of seston samples.
Newell, R.I.E. 1982. UM-SG-RS-82-13. Free.
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sci 39(10):1383-1388.
 


Effects of temperature and chelating agents on cadmium uptake in the American oyster.
Hung, Y.-W. 1982. UM-SG-RS-82-06. Free.
Bull. Environm. Contam. Toxicol 28:546-551.
 


Taxonomic implication of sterol composition in the genus Chlorella.
Holden, M.J. and G.W. Patterson. 1982. UM-SG-RS-82-04. Free.
Lipids 17(3):215-219.
 


Identifying climatic factors influencing commercial fish and shellfish landings in Maryland.
Ulanowicz, R.E., M.L. Ali, A. Vivian, D.R. Heinle, W.A. Rickhus and J.K. Summers. 1982. UM-SG-RS-82-07. Free.
Fisheries Bulletin 80(3):611-619.
 


Identification of 4-amethylsterols in the oyster, Crassostrea virginica.
Teshima, S.-I. and G.W. Patterson. 1981. UM-SG-RS-81-06. Free.
Comp. Biochem. Physiol 69B:175-181.
 


Sterol biosynthesis in the oyster, Crassostrea virginica.
Teshima, S.-I. and G.W. Patterson. 1981. UM-SG-RS-81-03. Free.
Lipids 16(4):234-239.
 


Sterols of the oyster, Crassostrea virginica.
Teshima, S.-I. and G.W. Patterson. 1981. UM-SG-RS-81-05. Free.
Lipids 15(12):1004-1011.
 


The relationship between dietary phytosterols and the sterols of wild and cultivated oysters.
Berenberg, C.J. and G.W. Patterson. 1981. UM-SG-RS-81-04. Free.
Lipids 16(4):276-278.
 


Seasonal concentration of coliform bacteria by Crassostrea virginica, the eastern oyster in Chesapeake Bay.
Hussong, D., R.R. Colwell and R.M. Weiner. 1980. UM-SG-RS-80-09. Free.
Journal of Food Protection 44(3):201-203.
 


Delta-5,7 sterols of the oyster, Crassostrea virginica.
Teshima, S.-I. and G.W. Patterson. 1980. UM-SG-RS-80-10. Free.
Comp. Biochem. Physiol 68B:177-181.
 


The forecasting of oyster harvests in central Chesapeake Bay.
Ulanowicz, R.E., W.C. Caplins and E.A. Dunnington. 1980. UM-SG-RS-80-01. Free.
Estuarine and Coastal Marine Sci 11:101-106.
 

Toxics

Quantity


The effect of maternal exposure to contaminated sediment on the growth and condition of larval Fundulus heteroclitus.
Nye, Janet A., Dawn D. Davis, and Thomas J. Miller. 2007. UM-SG-RS-2007-17. Free.
Aquatic Toxicology 82:242-250.
 

Marine Education

Quantity


Biofilms and biodiversity: an interactive exploration of aquatic microbial biotechnology and ecology.
Frederick, J.A., D. Jacobs and W.R. Jones. 2000. UM-SG-RS-2000-01. Free.
Journal of Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology 24:334-338.
 

Related Research

General

Quantity


The plasticity of marine bacteria: Adaptations to high- and low-nutrients habitats.
Weiner, Ronald. 1999. UM-SG-RS-99-01. Free.
Microbial Ecology and Infectious Disease, Eugene Rosenberg (ed.), pages 17-29.
 


Enzymatic grafting of a natural product onto chitosan to confer water solubility under basic conditions.
Kumar, G. , P.J. Smith and G.F. Payne. 1999. UM-SG-RS-99-03. Free.
Biotechnology and Bioengineering 63(2):154-165.
 


Enzymatic gelation of the natural polymer chitosan.
Kumar, G., J.F. Bristow, P.J. Smith and G.F. Payne. 1999. UM-SG-RS-99-06. Free.
Polymer 41:2157-2168.
 


Enzymatic modification of the synthetic polymer polyhydroxystyrene.
Shao, L., G. Kumar, J.L. Lenhart, P.J. Smith and G.F. Payne. 1999. UM-SG-RS-99-07. Free.
Enzyme and Microbial Technology 25:660-668.
 


Enzymatic modification of chitosan by tyrosinase.
Lenhart, Joseph L., Mahesh V. Chaubal, Gregory F. Payne and Timothy A. Barbari. 1998. UM-SG-RS-98-01. Free.
ACS Symposium Series 684:Enzymes in Polymer Synthesis,R.A. Gross, D.L. Kaplan and G. Swift (eds.), pages 188-198.
 


Wild-type Escherichia coli grows on the chitin disaccharide, N,N1-diacethylchi to biose, by expressing the cel operon.
Keyhani, Nemat O. and Saul Roseman. 1997. UM-SG-RS-97-08. Free.
Proc.Natl.Acad.Sci 94:14367-14371.
 


The chitin catabolic cascade in the marine bacterium Vibrio furnissii: molecular cloning, isolation and characterization of a periplasmic beta acetylglucosaminidase.
Nemat O. Keyhani and Saul Roseman. 1996. UM-SG-RS-96-10. Free.
The Journal of Biological Chemistry 271(52):33425-33432.
 


Molecular cloning and characterization of a novel beta acetylglucosaminidase from Vibrio furnissii.
Chitlaru, Edith and Saul Roseman. 1996. UM-SG-RS-96-11. Free.
The Journal of Biological Chemistry 271(52):33433-33439.
 


Sugar transport by the marine chitinolytic bacterium Vibrio furnissii: molecular cloning and analysis of the glucose and N-acetylglucosamine permeases.
Bouma, Carolyn L., and Saul Roseman. 1996. UM-SG-RS-96-12. Free.
The Journal of Biological Chemistry 271(52):33457-33467.
 


Sugar transport by the marine chitinolytic bacterium Vibrio furnissii: Molecular cloning and analysis of the mannose/glucose permease.
Bouma, Carolyn L., and Saul Roseman. 1996. UM-SG-RS-96-13. Free.
The Journal of Biological Chemistry 271(52):33468-33475.
 


Magnetic resonance microscopy and spectroscopy reveal kinetics of cryoprotectant permeation in a multicompartmental biological system.
Hagedorn, M., E.W. Hsu, U. Pilatus, D.W. Wildt, W.F. Rall and S.J. Blackband. 1996. UM-SG-RS-96-03. Free.
Proc.Natl.Acad.Sci 93:7454-7459.
 


Enzyme-catalysed polymer modification: reaction of phenolic compounds with chitosan films.
Payne, Gregory F., Mahesh V. Chaubal and Timothy A. Barbari. 1996. UM-SG-RS-96-04. Free.
Polymer 37(20):4643-4648.
 


Tyrosinase-containing chitosan gels: A combined catalyst and sorbent for selective phenol removal.
Sun, Wei-Qiang and Gregory F. Payne. 1996. UM-SG-RS-96-06. Free.
Botechnology and Bioengineering 51:79-86.
 


The chitin chtabolic cascade in the marine bacterium Vibrio furnissii: Molecular cloning, isolation, and characterization of a periplasmic chitodextrinase.
Keyhani, Nemat O. and Saul Roseman. 1996. UM-SG-RS-96-09. Free.
The Journal of Biological Chemistry 271(52):33414-33424.
 


The chitin catabolic cascade in the marine bacterium Vibrio furnissii.
Keyhani, Nemat O., Lai-Xi Wang, Yuan C. Lee and Saul Roseman. 1996. UM-SG-RS-96-08. Free.
Journal of Biological Chemistry 271(52):33409-33413.
 


Emmottene, from the Gorgonian Briareum polyanthes, contains the first naturally occurring trans-bicyclo[5.1.0]octane.
Cronan, John M., Jr., Todd Daviau, Lewis K. Pannell and John H. Cardellina II. 1995. UM-SG-RS-95-15. Free.
Jour.Org.Chem 60:6864-6875.
 


A novel delta-lactain from the sponge Tedania ignis.
Cronan, John M., Jr. and John H. Cardellina II. 1994. UM-SG-RS-94-13. Free.
Natural Product Letters. 1994. Hanwood Academic Publishers GmbH, pages 85-88.
 


Production and characterization of monoclonal antibodies specific for Shewanella colwelliana exopolysaccharide.
Sledjeski, D.D. and R.M. Weiner. 1993. UM-SG-RS-93-17. Free.
Appl. and Env. Microbiology 59(5):1565-1572.
 


Structure of the channel catfish Ictalurus punctatus growth hormone gene and its evolutionary implications.
Tang, Y., C.M. Lin, T.T. Chen, H. Kawauchi, R.A. Dunham and D.A. Powers. 1993. UM-SG-RS-93-15. Free.
Molecular Marine Biology and Biotechnology 2(4):198-206.
 


Multivariate inequality hypotheses using SAS/IML software.
Jacobs, Dan and Estelle Russek-Cohen. 1992. UM-SG-RS-92-22. Free.
SUGI 17, Proceedings of the Seventeenth Annual SAS Users Group International Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii, April 12-15, 1992.
 


Development of a mapping program to represent environmental data.
Swartz, D.G., D. Jacobs and R.R. Colwell. 1987. UM-SG-RS-87-10. Free.
In Computer Handling and Dissemination of Data, P.S. Glaser, ed., Elsevier Science Publishers.
 


Experimental infection of lemon sharks, Negaprion brevirostris (Poey), with Vibrio species.
Grimes, D.J., S.H. Gruber and E.B. May. 1986. UM-SG-RS-86-05. Free.
J. Fish Diseases 8:173-180.
 


Biotechnology and the sea.
Colwell, R.R. and J.R. Greer. 1986. UM-SG-RS-86-09. Free.
Ocean Devel. and Int'l. Law 17(1,2,3):163-189.
 


Vibrio species as agents of elasmobranch disease.
Grimes, D.J., R.R. Colwell, J. Stemmler, H. Hada, D. Maneval, F.M. Hetrick, E.B. May, R.T. Jones and M. Stoskopf. 1986. UM-SG-RS-86-07. Free.
Helgolander Meeresunters 37:309-315.
 


Vibrio species associated with mortality of sharks held in captivity.
D.J. Grimes, J. Stemmler, H. Hada, E.B. May, D. Maneval, F.M. Hetrick, R.T. Jones, M. Stoskopf and R.R. Colwell. 1986. UM-SG-RS-86-06. Free.
Journal of Bacteriol 153(3):1558-1561.
 


Determination and characterization of cholinesterases in localized tissues of Limax maximus (Linnaeus).
Pessah, I.N. and P.G. Sokolove. 1984. UM-SG-RS-84-01. Free.
Comp. Biochem. Physiol 74C(2):281-289.
 


Subtidal distribution of barnacles (Cirripedia: Balanidae) in Chesapeake Bay, Maryland.
Kennedy, V.S. and J. DiCosimo. 1983. UM-SG-RS-83-09. Free.
Estuaries 6(2):95-101.
 


Biotechnology in the marine sciences.
Colwell, R.R. 1983. UM-SG-RS-83-11. Free.
Science 222:19-24.
 


Modulation of adenylate energy charge during swarmer cycle of Hyphomicrobium neptunium.
Emala, M.A. and R.M. Weiner. 1983. UM-SG-RS-83-06. Free.
Journal of Bacteriol 153(3):1558-1561.
 

Biotechnology

Quantity


Production of antibacterial compounds and biofilm formation by Rosebacter species are influenced by culture conditions.
Bruhn, J.B., L. Gram and R. Belas. 2007. UM-SG-RS-2007-01. Free.
Applied and Environmental Biology 73(2):442-450.
 

Coastal and Environmental Policy

Quantity


Linking estuarine research to local community heritage & environmental values: lessons from the Chesapeake Bay.
Power, Lucinda P., and Michael Paolisso. 2007. UM-SG-RS-2007-20. Free.
Practicing Anthropology 29(1):29-34.
 

Oceanography

Quantity


Rip current prediction at Ocean City, Maryland.
Nelko, Varjola and Robert A. Dalrymple. 2011. UM-SG-RS-2011-08. Free.
Pages 45-57 in Stephen Leatherman and John Fletemeyer (eds.). Rip Currents: Beach Safety, Physical Oceanography, and Wave Modeling. 2011. Chapter 3. CRC Press: Taylor & Francis Group. Boca Raton, Florida.
 


Drag coefficients with fetch-limited wind waves.
Lin, W. L.P. Sanford, S.E. Suttles and R. Valigura. 2002. UM-SG-RS-2002-06. Free.
Journal of Physical Oceanography 32:3058-3074.
 

Seafood Technology

General

Quantity


A comparison of different processing methods for picked blue crab (Callinectes sapidus).
Senkel, Arthur Jr., Beverly Jolbitado, Erin M. Butler, and Thomas E. Rippen. 2005. UM-SG-RS-2005-12. Free.
Journal of Food Protection 68(2):360-365.
 


Bacterial flora in pasteurized oysters after refrigerated storage.
Pace, J., C.Y. Wu and T. Chai. 1991. UM-SG-RS-91-10. Free.
J. Food Sci 53(2):325-328.
 


Characterization of oyster shucking liquid wastes and their utilization as oyster soup.
Shiau, C.V. and T.J. Chai. 1991. UM-SG-RS-91-09. Free.
Journal of Food Science 55(2):374-378.
 


Comparison of Vibrio parahaemolyticus grown in estuarine water and rich medium.
Pace, J. and T.J. Chai. 1991. UM-SG-RS-91-12. Free.
Appl. and Env. Microbiology 55:1877-1887.
 


Liquid loss in shucked oyster (Crassostrea virginica) meats during ice storage.
Cook, D.W., T.J. Chai, C.R. Hackney, R.E. Martin, W.S. Otwell and D.R. Ward. 1991. UM-SG-RS-91-13. Free.
Journal of Food Science 53(6):1671-1683.
 


Microbiological studies of Chesapeake Bay soft-shell clams (Mya arenaria).
Chai, T.J., T. Han, R.R. Cockey, and P.C. Henry. 1991. UM-SG-RS-91-11. Free.
Journal of Food Protection 53:1052-1057.
 


Extension of shelf-life of oysters by pasteurization in flexible pouches.
Chai, T.-J., J. Pace and T. Cossaboom. 1984. UM-SG-RS-84-08. Free.
J. Food Sci 49(2):331-333.
 

Crabs

Quantity


[new]Role of package type on shelf-life of fresh crab meat.
Tyler, Carla Gutierrez, Michael Jahncke, Susan Sumner, Renee Boyer, Cameron Hackney, and Tom Rippen. 2010. UM-SG-RS-2010-18. Free.
Food Protection Trends 30(12):769-802.
 

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