• 2018 Publications

    • Archer, R., Davis, F., Gragg, R., Ebanks, S. (2018) HBCUs Broadening Participation in Geosciences (a journey through InTeGrate). David Gosselin, Springer
    • Babcock, E. A., Tewfik, A., & Burns-Perez, V.  (2018) Fish community and single-species indicators provide evidence of unsustainable practices in a multi-gear reef fishery. Fisheries Research doi: 10.1016/j.fishres.2018.07.003
    • Barker BD, AZ Horodysky, DW Kerstetter. Hot, or not?  Comparative behavioral thermoregulation, critical temperature regimes, and thermal tolerances of the invasive lionfish Pterois sp. versus native western North Atlantic reef fishes. Biological Invasions. D.W. (2018) 20: 45. 
    • Bembe, B., Williams, E., Place, A., Liang, D., & J. Sook Chung (2018) Effects of temperature and photoperiod on hemolymph vitellogenin levels during spawning events of the blue crab, Callinectes sapidus, in captivity (2018). Aquaculture Res,
    • Bembe, Sarah et al. “Effects of Temperature and Photoperiod on Hemolymph Vitellogenin Levels During Spawning Events of the Blue Crab, Callinectes Sapidus, in Captivity.” Aquaculture Research 49.6 (2018): 2201–2209. Crossref.
    • Bond, M. E., Valentin‑Albanese, J., Babcock, E. A., Hussey, N. E., Heithaus, M. R., & Chapman, D. D. (2018) The trophic ecology of Caribbean reef sharks (Carcharhinus perezi) relative to other large teleost predators on an isolated coral atoll. Marine Biology 165:67. doi: 10.1007/s00227-018-3322-2
    • Bonin CA, Lewallen EA, van Wijnen AJ, Cremer MJ, Simões Lopes PC: Habitat preference and behavior of the Guiana dolphin (Sotalia guianensis) in a well preserved estuary off Southern Brazil. P. J. Zoology 49(6): 2235-2242.
    • Cardeñosa, D., Fields, A.T., Babcock, E. A., Zhang, H., Feldheim, K., Shea, S. K. H., Fischer, G. A., & Chapman, D. D. (2018) CITES-listed sharks remain among the top species in the contemporary fin trade. Conservation Letters 2018;e12457. doi: 10.1111/conl.12457
    • Carlton, J.T., Chapman, J.W., Geller, J.G., Miller, J.A., Ruiz, G.M., Carlton, D.A., McCuller, M.I., Treneman, N., Lewis, R., Bilderback, D., Harris, L. Biological and ecological studies of Japanese Tsunami Marine Debris (JTMD). Aquatic Invasions. (2018) 13:1
    • Chintapenta, K., Coyne, K., Pappas*, A., Lee, K., Dixon, C., Kalavacharla, V., Ozbay, G. (2018) Diversity of Diatom Communities in Delaware Tidal Wetland and Their Relationship to Water Quality. Front. Environ. Sci. DOI=10.3389/fenvs.2018.00057
    • Cuker, B. E., Crawford, M.K., and R. Chambers. 2017.  Renewable Energy and Environmental Sustainability, D. Gosselin, Ed., InTeGrate's Earth-focused Modules and Courses Peer Reviewed Collection,
    • Fields, A.T., Fischer,G. A.,  Shea,S. K. H., Zhang, H.,  Abercrombie,D. L., Feldheim,K. A., Babcock, E. A. & Chapman,D. D. (2018) Species composition of the international shark fin trade assessed through a retail-market survey in Hong Kong. Conservation Biology doi:10.1111/cobi.13043
    • Flowers, EM, Johnson, AF, Aguilar, R, Schott, EJ.  Prevalence of a pathogenic crustacean virus near flow-through crab aquaculture. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms. (2018) 129(2):135-144
    • Griffin, E.  Stock Structure of Common Bottlenose Dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) Through Photo-Identification and Genetic Analyses. Retrieved from Proquest
    • Grüss, A., Chagaris, D. D. , Babcock, E. A. & Tarnecki,J. H. (2018) Assisting ecosystem-based fisheries management efforts using a comprehensive survey database, a large environmental database, and generalized additive models. Marine and Coastal Fisheries: Dynamics, Management, and Ecosystem Science 10:40–70. doi: 10.1002/mcf2.10002
    • Grüss, A., Perryman, H. A., Babcock, E. A., Sagarese, S. R., Thorson, J. T., Ainsworth, C. H., Anderson, E. J., Brennan, K., Campbell, M. D., Christman, M. C., Cross, S., Drexler, M. D.,  Drymon, J. M., Gardner, C. L., Hanisko, D. S., Hendon, J., Koenig, C. C., Love, M., Martinez-Andrade, F., Morris, J., Noble, B. T., Nuttall, M. A., Osborne, J., Pattengill-Semmens, C., Pollack, A. G., Sutton, T. T., & Switzer, T.S. (2018) Monitoring programs of the U.S. Gulf of Mexico: inventory, development and use of a large monitoring database to map fish and invertebrate spatial distributions. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries doi: 10.1007/s11160-018-9525-2
    • Hurst, T. P., Miller, J. A., Ferm, N., Heintz, R. A., and Farley, E. V. 2018. Spatial variation in potential and realized growth of juvenile Pacific cod in the Bering Sea. Marine Ecology Progress Series.
    • Lewis, Nancy I. et al. “Identification, Growth and Toxicity Assessment of Coolia Meunier (Dinophyceae) from Nova Scotia, Canada.” Harmful Algae 75 (2018): 45–56. Crossref.
    • Lewis, Nancy I. et al. “Identification, Growth and Toxicity Assessment of Coolia Meunier (Dinophyceae) from Nova Scotia, Canada.” Harmful Algae 75 (2018): 45–56. Crossref.
    • Lycett*, K., J. Sook Chung, & Pitula J. (2018). The relationship of blue crab (Callinectes sapidus) size class and molt stage to disease acquisition and intensity of Hematodinium perezi infections. PloS One 13: e192237.
    • Mayor, E.D. and Chigbu, P. (2018).  Mysid shrimp dynamics in relation to abiotic and biotic factors in the coastal lagoons of Maryland, Mid-West Atlantic.  Marine Biology Research. DOI: 10.1080/17451000.2018.1472384.
    • Miller, J. A., *Gillman, R., Carlton, J.T., Clarke-Murray, C., Nelson, J. C., Otani, M., and Ruiz, G. M. 2018. Trait-based characterization of species transported on JTMD: Effect of prior invasion history on trait distribution. Marine Pollution Bulletin.
    • Miller, J. A., Carlton, J.T., Chapman, J.W., Geller, J. B., Ruiz, G.M. 2018. Transoceanic dispersal of the mussel Mytilus galloprovincialis on Japanese tsunami marine debris: A model for evaluating rafting of a coastal species at sea. Marine Pollution Bulletin.
    • Miller, Jessica A. et al. “Transoceanic Dispersal of the Mussel  Mytilus Galloprovincialis  on Japanese Tsunami Marine Debris: An Approach for Evaluating Rafting of a Coastal Species at Sea.” Marine Pollution Bulletin 132 (2018): 60–69. Crossref. Web.
    • Mayor, E.D. and Chigbu, P. (2018).  Mysid shrimp dynamics in relation to abiotic and biotic factors in the coastal lagoons of Maryland, Mid-West Atlantic.  Marine Biology Research. DOI: 10.1080/17451000.2018.1472384.
    • Morales-Núñez, A.G. and Chigbu, P. (2018) First record of the isopod Ianiropsis cf. serricaudis (Crustacea: Percarida: Janiridae) in Maryland Coastal Bays, USA. ZooKeys 747: 115-139.
    • Ogburn, M, Bangley, C. J, Aguilar, R., Curran, M. C., Webb, S. F., Hines, A. H. (2018) Migratory connectivity and philopatry of cownose rays Rhinoptera bonasus along the Atlantic coast, USA. Marine Ecology Progress Series 602:197-211
    • Oghenekaro, E.U. and Chigbu, P. (2018).  Population dynamics and life history of marine cladocerans in the Maryland Coastal Bays.  Journal of Coastal Research.  
    • Oseji, O.F., Chigbu, P., Oghenekaro, E., Waguespack, Y., and Chen, N. (2018).  Spatial and temporal patterns of phytoplankton composition and abundance in the Maryland Coastal Bays: the influence of freshwater discharge and anthropogenic activities. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 207: 119-131.
    • Rosenberger, A., C. Zimmerman,  D. Noakes, R. Taylor,  E. Keeley, J. Musick, R. Phillips, A. Horodysky, M. Neilson, T. Ray, & J. Neilson. Salmonidae. In: Diversity of North American Freshwater Fishes: Natural History, Ecology, and Conservation, Volume II.
    • Roy, S, Jagus, R, Morse, D. Translation and translational control in dinoflagellates. Microorganisms, 2018 Jun; 6(2): 30.
    • Schultz, E., Hoskins-Brown, D. Amon-Lewis, K. (2018). Summary statistics of green sea turtle, Chelonia mydas, nesting data from the East End beaches of St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands with recommendations for long-term sea turtle nesting data collection and management.  Caribbean Journal of Science
    • Schweitzer*, C. C., A. Z. Horodysky, A. L. Price*, and B. G. Stevens. In Press. Impairment indicators for delayed mortality in black sea bass (Centropristis striata) bycatch in the commercial trap fishery using a condition index. Fisheries Research.
    • Cara C Schweitzer, Romuald N Lipcius, Bradley G Stevens, Handling editor: Michel Kaiser; Impacts of a multi-trap line on benthic habitat containing emergent epifauna within the Mid-Atlantic Bight, ICES Journal of Marine Science, Volume 75, Issue 6, 1 December 2018, Pages 2202–2212,
    • Stevens, B. G. 2018. The Ship, the Saint, and the Sailor: The Long Search for the Legendary Kad'yak. Ingram Press, San Diego, CA.
    • Ta, N., Miller, J. A., Chapman, J. C., Pleus, A. E., Calvanese, T., Miller-Morgan, T., Burke, J., and Carlton, J. T. C. 2018. The Western Pacific barred knifejaw, Oplegnathus fasciatus (Temminck & Schlegel, 1844) (Pisces: Oplegnathidae) arriving with tsunami debris on the Pacific coast of North America. Aquatic Invasions.
    • Walters, Tina L., Lauren M. Lamboley, Natalia B. López-Figueroa, Áurea Rodríguez, Deidre M. Gibson and Marc E. Frischer.  Diet and trophic interactions of a globally significant gelatinous marine zooplankter, Doliolietta gegenbauri (Uljanin, 1884).
    • Wilson, M. T., Dougherty, A., Matta, M. E., Mier, K. L., and Miller, J. A. 2018. Geographic variation in otolith chemistry of age-0 juvenile walleye pollock (Gadus chalcogrammus) in relation to regional hydrography. Marine Ecology Progress Series.
    • Williams, EP, Place, AR & Bachvaroff, T.R (2017). Transcriptome Analysis of Core Dinoflagellates Reveals a Universal Bias Towards “GC” Rich Codons. Mar. Drugs, 15:125; doi:10.3390/md15050125B.
    • Zhou Jin, Richlen Mindy L., Sehein Taylor R., Kulis David M., Anderson Donald M., Cai Zhonghua. Microbial Community Structure and Associations During a Marine Dinoflagellate Bloom Frontiers in Microbiology.9.2018.1201  

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