FIU Marine Biology Program: 2001 - 2009
UT Marine Science Institute: 1999 - 2000
Stanford Univ., Hopkins Marine Station: 1996
Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences: 1993
Institut for Marine Science at Kiel University (now Geomar
Helmholtz Center for Ocean Research): 1985 - 1997
Flow Cytometry in Marine Science
Brief overview of my use of flow cytometry in phytoplankton
ecology and ecophysiology, instrumentation, and flow cytometry applications
DNA Cell Cycle Analysis in Marine Phytoplankton
Background information and application of flow cytometry to assess the cell cycle
and cell division in marine phytoplankton.
Cytometric Quantification of Algal Nitrate Reductase
Report on first flow cytometric relative quantification of the enzyme nitrate
reductase in the marine, bloom-forming diatom Skeletonema costatum in
dependence of nutrient regime and bloom initiation (Download of PDF reprint).
Dark survival of phytoplankton; novel growth form of marine silicoflagellate
caused by changes in watershed eutrophication.
Microbial Ecology in the Gulf of Mexico
Microbial growth and grazing rates, bacterioplankton abundance and high/low DNA
bacteria types, microbial nitrogen cycling, Mississippi River plume effects
on Louisiana shelf ecology.
Review: Probing the Physiological State of Phytoplankton at the
Single Cell Level
Review publication on the potentials of flow cytometry to unravel
phytoplankton ecophysiology (Scientia Marina 64; 2000.).
Dr. Peter J. Lavrentyev
University of Akron
Microbial ecology; aquatic protist ecology, taxonomy, and biology.
Dr. Wayne S. Gardner
The University of Texas at Austin
Marine Science Institute
Nitrogen dynamics in aquatic ecosystems; nutrient-organism
Dr. Clayton J. Williams
Iowa State University, Limnology Lab
Human-land-water interactions, biogeochemistry, marine ecology.
Dr. James B. Cotner
University of Michigan
Freshwater microbial ecology and biogeochemistry,
Dr. Senjie Lin
University of Connecticut
Molecular ecology and functional genomics of phytoplankton,
with emphasis on dinoflagellates.
Dr. John T. Lamkin
NOAA Southeast Fisheries Science Center
Bluefin tuna population dynamics, ichthyoplankton distribution.
Dr. Richard C. Zimmerman
Old Dominion University
Marine photosynthesis ecophysiology, carbon and nutrient
dynamics, shallow water optics, modeling.