Biennial Report 2014-2015

 

Awards and Honors

Each year, SoMAS confers a number of awards on undergraduate and graduate students in recognition of exceptional academic performance, extramural activities, and service to the SoMAS community.  Additionally, SoMAS faculty members regularly receive national and international recognition from professional and other societies for their scholarship and/or teaching excellence.  Below is a list of awards to SoMAS students and faculty during the report period.  Specific information on the student awards can be found on the SoMAS web site.

Faculty Honors

Stony Brook Alumni Association Dean’s Choice Award

2014 – Hyung-Bo Kim, Atmospheric Science; Anne Liberti & Dylan Smith, Environmental Studies; Tyler Abruzzo, Marine Science; Anne Hollembeak, Marine Vertebrate Biology

2015 – Michael Colbert, Atmospheric Science; Tesia Moore, Environmental Studies;  Mykaela Copeland, Marine Science; George Czeck, Marine Vertebrate Biology

2014 Charles Burgin & Michael Colbert

2015 Kylie Merrow & Charles Bergin

2014 Breanna Zavadoff

2015 Taylor Scott Mandelbaum

2014 Moshan Chen

2015 Emily Markowitz

Best Thesis Awards

2014

  • Alex Malvezzi, MS
  • Peter Alpert, PhD

2015

  • Lindsay Roupe, MS
  • Jonathan Slade, PhD

2014 Kaitlin Willig

2015 Ryan Wallace

Nathan L. Halpern Award

2014 Hanlu Huang

2015 Justin Lashley

Professor Xiangding Wu Memorial Award

2013-2014 Xin Zhou

2014-2015 Cheng Zheng

2014 Konstantine Rountos

2015 Irvin Huang

2014 Natasha Gownaris

2015 Mark Bond

August Guerrera Award

2014 Christine Gurdon

2015 Joseph Tamborski

 

Publications

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Bassem Allam

Bassem Allam

Endowed Professor of Marinetics

Marine invertebrate physiology and health, Shellfish Genomics, Aquaculture

Grants

$83,981.00 1-Feb-2010 through 30-Apr-2015 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration: New York Sea Grant’s Omnibus 2010 – 2015
$468,433.00 1-Feb-2011 through 31-Jan-2015 National Science Foundation: Collaborative Research: Host-Pathogen Interactions at Pallial Interfaces in Marine Bivalves: Cellular and Molecular Pathways for Host Colonization and Invasion  (PI Bassem Allam, Co-PI Emmanuelle Pales-Espinosa)
$433,892.00 15-May-2012 through 30-Apr-2016 National Science Foundation: Collaborative Research: Elucidating the Factors Mediating Particle-Selection Processes in Suspension-Feeding Molluscs: A Functional and Comparative Approach (PI Emmanuelle Pales-Espinosa, Co-PI Bassem Allam)
$165,645.91 1-Feb-2010 through 30-Apr-2015 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration: New York Sea Grant’s Omnibus 2010 – 2015
$199,998.00 1-Feb-2013 through 31-Jan-2017 University of Maryland: Genetic Marker Assisted Selection of Northeastern Hard Clams for QPX Resistance (PI Bassem Allam, Co-PI Emmanuelle Pales-Espinosa)
$154,048.00 1-Feb-2014 through 31-Jan-2018 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration: New York Sea Grant’s Omnibus 2014 – 2018

 

Publications

Allam, B., and Raftos, D., Immune responses to infectious diseases in bivalves, Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 131: 121-136, ISSN 0022-2011,http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jip.2015.05.005.

Allam, B., & Espinosa, P. E. (2015, April). The multiple, central, roles of mucosal secretions in marine bivalves. In INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY (Vol. 55, pp. E4-E4). JOURNALS DEPT, 2001 EVANS RD, CARY, NC 27513 USA: OXFORD UNIV PRESS INC.

Mars Brisbin M, McElroy A, Pales Espinosa E, Allam B. 2015. Antimicrobial activity in the cuticle of the American lobster, Homarus americanus. Fish and Shellfish Immunology. 44: 542-546.

Rosa M, Ward JE, Ouvrard M, Holohan BA, Pales Espinosa E, Shumway SE, Allam B. (2015). Examining the physiological plasticity of particle capture by the blue mussel, Mytilus edulis (L.): Confounding factors and potential artifacts with studies utilizing natural seston. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 473: 207-217.

Rubin E, Pales Espinosa E, Koller A, Allam B. (2015). Characterization of the secretome of the clam parasite QPX. International Journal for Parasitology 45: 187-196.

Allam B, Pales Espinosa E. (2015). Mucosal immunity in mollusks. In: Mucosal Health in Aquaculture. Benjamin Beck and Eric Peatman (Eds). Academic Press. pp. 325-370. ISBN: 978-0-12-417186-2.

del Castillo C, Allam B. (2014). A comparative genomics analysis of the T3SS2α pathogenicity island of Vibrio parahaemolyticus. Journal of Shellfish Research 33(2): 550

Wang K, Pales Espinosa E, Allam B. (2014). Effect of “heat shock” treatments on QPX disease in the hard clam, Mercenaria mercenaria. Journal of Shellfish Research 33(2): 661.

Wang K, Del Castillo C, Pales Espinosa E, Allam B. (2014). Clam focal and systemic immune responses to QPX revealed by RNA-Seq technology. Journal of Shellfish Research 33(2): 661.

Rubin E, Pales Espinosa E, Koller A, Allam B. (2014). Extracellular proteins in quahog parasite unknown (QPX) mucoid secretion. Journal of Shellfish Research 33(2): 648.

Rubin E, Tanguy A, Pales Espinosa E, Allam B. (2014). Differential gene expression in quahog parasite unknown (QPX) in response to clam factors and transcriptomic profiling of five QPX isolates. Journal of Shellfish Research 33(2): 647-648.

Keeling PJ, Burki F, Wilcox HM, Allam B, Allen EE, et al. (2014). The Marine Microbial Eukaryote Transcriptome Sequencing Project (MMETSP): Illuminating the functional diversity of eukaryotic life in the oceans through transcriptome sequencing. PLoS Biology, 12(6), e1001889.

Rosa M, Ward E, Shumway S, Wikfors G, Pales Espinosa E, Allam B. (2014). Examining seasonal shifts in retention efficiency and mucosal composition in the blue mussel Mytilus edulis. Journal of Shellfish Research 33(2): 647.

Allam B., Corre E, Pales Espinosa E. (2014). Pallial mucus of Crassostrea virginica regulates the expression of putative virulence genes of its pathogen Perkinsus marinus. Journal of Shellfish Research 33(2): 586.

Allam, B., Pales Espinosa, E., Tanguy, A., Jeffroy, F., Le Bris, C., Paillard, C. 2014. Transcriptional changes in manila clam (Ruditapes philippinarum) in response to brown ring disease. Fish and Shellfish immunology. 41, 2-11.

Rubin E, Tanguy A, Perrigault M, Pales Espinosa E, Allam B. (2014). Characterization of the transcriptome and temperature-induced differential gene expression of in quahog parasite unknown QPX, the thraustochytrid parasite of hard clams. BMC Genomics 15: 245.

Pales Espinosa E, Koller T, Allam B. (2014). Shotgun proteomic characterization of the pallial mucus of the oyster Crassostrea virginica. Journal of Shellfish Research 33(2): 640.

Dahl S, Barnes D, Allam B. (2014). QPX disease relationships with environmental parameters monitored over a decade in a Raritan Bay (NY) hard clam fishery. Journal of Shellfish Research 33(2): 599-600.

Pales Espinosa E., Allam B. (2014). Food quality and season affect the expression of the mucosal lectin MeML and food sorting abilities in the blue mussel Mytilus edulis. Journal of Shellfish Research 33(2): 639-640.

Pales Espinosa E., Corre E, Allam B. (2014). Pallial mucus of Crassostrea virginica regulates the expression of putative virulence genes of its pathogen Perkinsus marinus. International Journal for Parasitology 44: 305-317.

Josephine Aller

Josephine Aller

Professor

Marine benthic ecology, invertebrate zoology,marine microbiology, biogeochemistry

Grants

$661,683.00 1-Sep-2012 through 31-Aug-2016 National Science Foundation: Cloud Forming Potential of Marine Biogenic Aerosols and Their Physiochemical Properties (PI Josephine Aller, Co-PI Daniel Knopf)
$6,000.00 10-Jun-2013 through 31-Dec-2014 Alfred and Jane Ross Foundation: Alfred and Jane Ross Foundation to Encourage International Travel, Research, and Understanding
$995,904.00 1-Jul-2013 through 30-Jun-2016 National Science Foundation: The Effects of Animal-Sediment Interactions on Biogeochemical Processes at the Sediment-Water Interface (PI Robert Aller, Co-PIs Josephine Aller, Qingzhi Zhu)

Publications
Robert Aller

Robert Aller

Distinguished Professor

Marine biogeochemistry, marine animal-sediment relations.

Grants

$63,990.00 1-Feb-2010 through 30-Apr-2015 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration: New York Sea Grant’s Omnibus 2010 – 2015
$471,594.00 1-May-2011 through 30-Apr-2015 National Science Foundation: Early Diagenetic Aluminosilicate Formation and Burial of Biogenic Silica in Tropical Deltas
$995,904.00 1-Jul-2013 through 30-Jun-2016 National Science Foundation: The Effects of Animal-Sediment Interactions on Biogeochemical Processes at the Sediment-Water Interface (PI Robert Aller, Co-PIs Josephine Aller, Qingzhi Zhu)

Publications

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Stephen Baines

Stephen Baines

Associate Professor

Aquatic ecosystem ecology, ecological stoichiometry

Grants

$473,904.00 1-Feb-2010 through 31-Mar-2014 National Science Foundation: Effects of Fe:C Ratios on Marine Copepod Productivity and Physiology
$259,697.00 1-Jan-2012 through 31-Dec-2015 National Science Foundation: Collaborative Research: Understanding the Role of Picocyanobacteria in the Marine Silicate Cycle (PI Stephen Baines, Co-PIs Jackie Collier, B. Twining, J. Krause, M. Brzezinski)

 

Publications
Hannes Baumann

Hannes Baumann

Adjunct Professor

Grants

$649,856.00 1-Sep-2011 through 28-Feb-2015 National Science Foundation: Will Rising PCO2 Levels is the Ocean Affect Growth and Survival of Marine Fish Early Life Stages? (PI Hannes Baumann, Co-PI Christopher Gobler)

 

Publications

Baumann, H., Wells, R. J. D., Rooker, J. R., Zhang, S., Baumann, Z., Madigan, D. J., … & Fisher, N. S. (2015). Combining otolith microstructure and trace elemental analyses to infer the arrival of juvenile Pacific bluefin tuna in the California current ecosystem. ICES Journal of Marine Science: Journal du Conseil, 72(7), 2128-2138.

Baumann, H., Wallace, R.B., Tagliaferri, T., and Gobler, C.J. (2015). Large natural pH, CO2 and O2 fluctuations in a temperate tidal saltmarsh on diel, seasonal, and interannual time scales. Estuaries &Coasts. 38(1), 220-231. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s12237-014-9800-y

DePasquale, E., Baumann, H., & Gobler, C. J. (2015). Vulnerability of early life stage Northwest Atlantic forage fish to ocean acidification and low oxygen. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 523, 145-156.

Malvezzi, A. J., Murray, C. S., Feldheim, K. A., DiBattista, J. D., Garant, D., Gobler, C. J., Chapman, D. D. … & Baumann, H. (2015). A quantitative genetic approach to assess the evolutionary potential of a coastal marine fish to ocean acidification.Evolutionary applications.

Baumann, H., R.J.D. Wells, J.R. Rooker, Z.A. Baumann, D.J. Madigan, H. Dewar, O.E. Snodgrass, and N.S. Fisher. 2015. Combining otolith microstructure and trace elemental analyses to infer the arrival of Pacific bluefin tuna juveniles in the California Current Ecosystem. ICES Journal of Marine Science 72: 2128-2138.

Yencho, M. A., Jordaan, A., Cerrato, R. M., Baumann, H., & Frisk, M. G. (2015). Growth and mortality in coastal populations of winter flounder: implications for recovery of a depleted population. Marine and Coastal Fisheries, 7(1): 246-259.

Murray, C.M., Malvezzi, A., Gobler, C.J., and Baumann, H. (2014). Offspring sensitivity to ocean acidification changes seasonally in a coastal marine fish. Marine Ecology Progress Series http://dx.doi.org/10.3354/meps10791

Gobler CJ, Depasquale EL, Griffith AW, Baumann H. (2014). Hypoxia and acidification have additive and synergistic negative effects on the growth, survival, and metamorphosis of early life stage bivalves. PLoS ONE 9(1), e83648. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0083648

Brown, E. E., Baumann, H., & Conover, D. O. 2014. Temperature and photoperiod effects on sex determination in a fish. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 461: 39-43.

Wallace, R. B., Baumann, H., Grear, J. S., Aller, R. C., & Gobler, C. J. (2014). Coastal ocean acidification: The other eutrophication problem. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science.

Steven Beaupré

Steven Beaupré

Assistant Professor

Marine Biogeochemistry, Chemical kinetics of natural organic matter, radiocarbon analyses

Grants

$185,535.00 1-Sep-2015 31-Aug-2017 National Science Foundation Collaborative Research: Coupled Ocean-Atmosphere Recycling of Refractory Dissolved Organic Carbon in Seawater

 

Publications

Taylor GT, Suter EA, Li ZQ, Chow S, Stinton D, Zaliznyak T and Beaupré SR (2017) Single-Cell Growth Rates in Photoautotrophic Populations Measured by Stable Isotope Probing and Resonance Raman Microspectrometry. Front. Microbiol. 8:1449. doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2017.01449

Mahmoudi, N., Beaupré, S. R., Steen, A. D., & Pearson, A. (2017). Sequential bioavailability of sedimentary organic matter to heterotrophic bacteria. Environmental Microbiology.

Walker, B. D., Primeau, F. W., Beaupré, S. R., Guilderson, T. P., Druffel, E. R. M., & McCarthy, M. D. (2016). Linked changes in marine dissolved organic carbon molecular size and radiocarbon age. Geophysical Research Letters, 43(19).

Beaupré, S. R., Mahmoudi, N., & Pearson, A. (2016). IsoCaRB: A novel bioreactor system to characterize the lability and natural carbon isotopic (14C, 13C) signatures of microbially respired organic matter. Limnology and Oceanography: Methods, 14(10), 668-681.

Walker, B. D., Beaupré, S. R., Guilderson, T. P., McCarthy, M. D., & Druffel, E. R. M. (2016). Pacific carbon cycling constrained by organic matter size, age and composition relationships. Nature Geoscience.

Druffel, E. R. M., Beaupré, S. R., & Ziolkowski, L. A. (2016). Radiocarbon in the Oceans. In Radiocarbon and Climate Change (pp. 139-166). Springer International Publishing.

Trumbore, S. E., Xu, X., Santos, G. M., Czimczik, C. I., Beaupré, S. R., Pack, M. A., … & Ziolkowski, L. (2016). Preparation for radiocarbon analysis. In Radiocarbon and Climate Change (pp. 279-315). Springer International Publishing.

Soulet, G., Skinner, L. C., Beaupré, S. R., & Galy, V. (2016). A Note on Reporting of Reservoir 14 C Disequilibria and Age Offsets. Radiocarbon, 58(1), 205-211.

Beaupré S. R., Roberts M. L., Burton J. R. and Summons R. E. (2015) Rapid, high-resolution 14C chronology of ooids. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 159, 126–138

Beaupré, S. R. (2015). Chemical oceanography: The ocean’s pressure cooker. Nature Geoscience.

Beaupré, S. R. (2014). Chapter 6: The isotopic composition of marine DOC, in Biogeochemistry of Marine Dissolved Organic Carbon, 2nd Edition, edited by D. A. Hansell and C. A. Carlson, pp. 335-368, Academic Press, U.K.

David Black

David Black

Associate Professor

Paleoclimatology, paleoceanography, deep-sea sediments, marine micropaleontology

Grants

$78,467.00 1-Oct-2010 through 31-Oct-2014 National Science Foundation: Collaborative Research: P2C2–Hydrological Variability During the Last Millennium from High Resolution Proxies
$1,621,052.00 1-Apr-2011 through 31-Mar-2016 National Science Foundation: Do Interactions Between Vertically and Horizontally Transported Particles Measurably Affect Particle Composition and Flux to the Sediments? A Mechanistic Approach (PI David Black, Co-PIs Kirk Cochran, Cindy Lee and Robert Armstrong)

 

Publications
Henry Bokuniewicz

Henry Bokuniewicz

Distinguished Service Professor

Near shore transport processes, coastal groundwater hydrology, coastal sedimentation, marine geophysics

Grants

$290,546.00 1-Mar-2013 through 31-Mar-2016 NYS Energy Research and Development Authority: Environmental Monitoring, Evaluation, & Protection (EMEP) Program: Climate Change Adaptation Research
$6,078.14 1-Oct-2013 through 31-Dec-2016 NYS State Governors Office: NY-RISE: New York Research Institute for Storm Emergencies
$197,748.00 1-Feb-2014 through 31-Jan-2018 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration: New York Sea Grant’s Omnibus 2014 – 2018
$52,378.00 18-Dec-2013 through 31-Dec-2015 Housing Trust Fund Corporation: NY-RISE: New York Research Institute for Storm Emergencies
$84,874.00 18-Dec-2013 through 31-Dec-2015 Housing Trust Fund Corporation: NY-RISE: New York Research Institute for Storm Emergencies
$254,968.00 16-Jul-2013 through 31-Jul-2016 National Park Service: Continuation of Physical Monitoring of the Old Inlet Breach, Fire Island National Seashore  (PI Charles Flagg, Co-PIs Roger Flood, Henry Bokuniewicz)
$88,021.00 19-Nov-2013 through 31-Dec-2016 Town of Brookhaven: Permeable Reactive Barrier at the Forge River Shoreline (PI Larry Swanson, Co-PI Henry Bokuniewicz)
$299,982 2-Feb-2015 through 31-May-2016 New York State Department of State: Sandy Needs and Resources Offshore New York (PI Henry Bokuniewicz, Co-PIs Robert Wilson, Roger Flood)

 

Publications

Bokuniewicz, H., Cochran, J. K., Garcia-Orellana, J., Rodellas, V., Daniel, J. W., & Heilbrun, C. (2015). Intertidal percolation through beach sands as a source of 224,223 Ra to Long Island Sound, New York, and Connecticut, United States. Journal of Marine Research, 73(5), 123-140.

Young, C., Tamborski, J., & Bokuniewicz, H. (2015). Embayment scale assessment of submarine groundwater discharge nutrient loading and associated land use. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 158, 20-30.

Rapaglia, J., Grant, C., Bokuniewicz, H., Pick, T., & Scholten, J. (2015). A GIS typology to locate sites of submarine groundwater discharge. Journal of environmental radioactivity, 145, 10-18.

Tamborski, J. J., Rogers, A. D., Bokuniewicz, H. J., Cochran, J. K., & Young, C. R. (2015). Identification and quantification of diffuse fresh submarine groundwater discharge via airborne thermal infrared remote sensing. Remote Sensing of Environment, 171, 202-217.

Signell, Richard P. and Henry J. Bokuniewicz (2015). Selected Papers from the 13th Estuarine and Coastal Modeling Conference, Printed Edition of the Special Issue Published in JMSE.

Bokuniewicz, H., Cochran, J. K., Garcia-Orellana, J., Rodellas, V., Daniel, J. W., & Heilbrun, C. (2015). Intertidal percolation through beach sands as a source of 224,223 Ra to Long Island Sound, New York, and Connecticut, United States. Journal of Marine Research, 73(5), 123-140.

Garcia-Orellana, J., Cochran, J. K., Bokuniewicz, H., Daniel, J. W. R., Rodellas, V., & Heilbrun, C. (2014). Evaluation of 224Ra as a tracer for submarine groundwater discharge in Long Island Sound (NY). Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 114, 314-330.

Bruce Brownawell

Bruce Brownawell

Associate Professor

Biogeochemistry of organic pollutants in seawater and groundwater.

Grants

$562,108.00 1-Oct-2012 through 31-Dec-2016 Mississippi State University: Characterizing the Composition and Biogeochemical Behavior of Dispersants and Their Transformation Products in Gulf Mexico Coastal Ecosystems (PI Bruce Brownawell, Co-PI Anne McElroy)
$24,986.00 1-Jan-2012 through 27-Oct-2015 Town of Brookhaven: Mapping Sediment Distribution in the Forge River
$30,360.00 7-Feb-2013 through 31-Jan-2016 National Science Foundation: Rapid Grant: Collaborative Investigations of the Impact of Superstorm Sandy on the South Shore of Long Island

 

Publications

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Robert Cerrato

Robert Cerrato

Professor

Benthic ecology, population and community dynamics.

Grants

$150,000.00 1-Jun-2013 31-Mar-2015 New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Integrating Fish Trawl, Water Quality, and Benthic Mapping in the Peconic Estuary (PI Robert Cerrato, Co-PIs Roger Flood, Michael Frisk)
$668,624.00 1-Apr-2014 31-Mar-2018 New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Assessing blue crab abundance and life history characteristics and predicting future population trends on Long Island (PI Robert Cerrato, Co-PIs Janet Nye, Michael Frisk)
$130,982.86 1-Feb-2010 through 30-Apr-2015 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration: New York Sea Grant’s Omnibus 2010 – 2015
$237,454.41 1-Feb-2010 through 30-Apr-2015 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration: New York Sea Grant’s Omnibus 2010 – 2015
$327,633.00 17-Jun-2013 through 31-Jul-2016 National Park Service: Assessing the Response of the Great South Bay Estuarine Fauna to Hurricane Sandy: Focus on Nekton Utilization of Seagrass Habitats (PI Bradley Peterson, Co-PI Robert Cerrato)
$224,819.00 21-Dec-2012 through 30-Sep-2014 Columbia University: Acoustic Mapping and Habitat Characterization in a Pilot Area of Long Island Sound (PI Roger Flood, Co-PI Robert Cerrato)
$150,000.00 31-Jul-2013 through 31-Mar-2015 NYS Department of Environmental Conservation: Acoustic Mapping and Habitat Characterization in Haverstraw Bay (PI Roger Flood, Co-PI Robert Cerrato)
$49,971.00 1-Jul-2013 through 31-Dec-2015 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration: Effects of a Storm-Induced Barrier Breach on Community Structure within a Temperate Lagoonal Estuary (PI Michael Frisk, Co-PIs Janet Nye, Robert Cerrato)
$210,000.00 1-Jul-2013 31-Mar-2017 New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Effects of a Storm-Induced Barrier Breach on Community Structure within a Temperate Lagoonal Estuary (PI Michael Frisk, Co-PIs Janet Nye, Robert Cerrato)
$149,995.00 15-Sep-2014 14-Sep-2016 National Park Service Effects of Storm-Induced Barrier Breach on Community Assemblages and Ecosystem Structure Within a Temperate Lagoonal Estuary (Post-Hurricane Sandy Study) (PI Janet Nye, Co-PIs Michael Frisk, Robert Cerrato, Charles Flagg)
$49,959.00 4-Dec-2013 through 15-Dec-2014 US Fish and Wildlife Service: Ecosystem Assessment of the Fish and Invertebrate Communities of Mill Neck Creek at Oyster Bay National Wildlife Refuge (PI Janet Nye, Co-PIs Michael Frisk, Robert Cerrato)

Publications

Yencho, M. A., Jordaan, A., Cerrato, R. M., Baumann, H., & Frisk, M. G. (2015). Growth and mortality in coastal populations of winter flounder: implications for recovery of a depleted population. Marine and Coastal Fisheries, 7(1): 246-259.

Gallagher, B. K., Hice, L. A., McElroy, A. E., Cerrato, R. M., & Frisk, M. G. (2015). Factors Influencing Daily Growth in Young-of-the-Year Winter Flounder along an Urban Gradient Revealed Using Hierarchical Linear Models. Marine and Coastal Fisheries, 7(1): 200-219.

Flanagan, A.M. and R.M. Cerrato. (2015). Testing the utility of the classic Folk (1954) grain size classes in quantitatively describing benthic community structure in soft-sediment, estuarine environments. Continental Shelf Research 109: 55-66.

Sagarese, S.R., M.G. Frisk, R.M. Cerrato, K.A. Sosebee, J.A. Musick, and P.J. Rago. (2015). Spatio-temporal overlap of spiny dogfish (Squalus acanthias) and commercial fisheries in the northeast US shelf large marine ecosystem. Fish. Bull. 113: 101-120.

Lopez, G. R., Carey, R., Carlton, J.T., Cerrato, R., Dam, H., DiGiovanni, R., Elphick, C., Frisk, M., Gobler, C., Hice, L., Howell, P., Jordaan, A., Lin, S., Liu, S., Lonsdale, D., McEnroe, M., McKown, K., McManus, G., Orson, R., Peterson, B., Pickerell, C., Rozsa, R., Shumway, S.E., Siuda, A., Streich, K., Talmage, S., Taylor, G., Thomas, E., Van Patten, M., Vaudrey, J., Wikfors, G., Yarish, C., and Zajac, R. 2014. Biology and Ecology of Long Island Sound. In Tedesco, M.A., Swanson, R.L., Yarish, C., Stacey, P.E., and Garza, C. (eds.), Long Island Sound: Prospects for the Urban Sea. Chapter 6, pp. 285-479. Springer.

Rountos, K.J., Tang, Y.Z., Cerrato, R.M., Gobler, C.J., Pikitch, E.K. (2014). Toxicity of the harmful dinoflagellate Cochlodinium polykrikoides to early life stages of three estuarine forage fish. Mar Ecol Prog Ser 505: 81-94

McCauley, M. M., Cerrato, R. M., Sclafani, M., & Frisk, M. G. (2014). Diel Behavior in White Perch Revealed using Acoustic Telemetry. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 143(5): 1330-1340.

McNamara, M.E., D.J. Lonsdale, and R.M. Cerrato (2014). Role of eutrophication in structuring planktonic communities in the presence of the ctenophore Mnemiopsis leidyi. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 510: 151-165

Skyler R. Sagarese, Michael G. Frisk, Robert M. Cerrato, Kathy A. Sosebee, John A. Musick, and Paul J. Rago (2014). Application of generalized additive models to examine ontogenetic and seasonal distributions of spiny dogfish (Squalus acanthias) in the Northeast (US) shelf large marine ecosystem. Can J. Fish. Aq. Sci. 71: 847-877.

Edmund Chang

Edmund Chang

Professor

Atmospheric dynamics and diagnoses, climate dynamics, synoptic meteorology

Grants

$23,184.00 1-Sep-2015 31-Mar-2016 NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Support for Geller Symposium (PI Sultan Hameed, Co-PI Edmund Chang)
$573,068.00 15-Mar-2013 through 28-Feb-2017 National Science Foundation: New Perspectives on Storm Track Dynamics, Variability, and Change
$0.00 1-Oct-2013 through 31-Dec-2016 NYS State Governors Office: NY-RISE: New York Research Institute for Storm Emergencies
$100,000.00 18-Dec-2013 through 31-Dec-2015 Housing Trust Fund Corporation: NY-RISE: New York Research Institute for Storm Emergencies
$69,947.00 1-Aug-2015 31-Jul-2016 US Department of Energy Subseasonal to Seasonal Prediction of Extratropical Storm Track Activity Over the U.S. Using NMME Data
$545,046.00 1-Aug-2011 through 31-Jul-2015 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration: Prediction, Validation, and Calibration of Coastal Storms and Associated High Impact Weather in Ensemble Regional Climate Simulations Over the Norheast U.S. (PI Brian Colle, Co-PIs Sultan Hameed, Minghua Zhang, Ping Liu, Edmund Chang)
$337,722.00 1-Oct-2013 through 30-Sep-2016 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration: An Evaluation and Application of Multi-Model Ensembles in Operations for High Impact Weather Over the Eastern U.S. (PI Brian Colle, Co-PI Edmund Chang)
$415,219.00 1-May-2015 31-Mar-2017 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Validation of Significant Weather Features and Processes in Operational Models Using a Cyclone Relative Approach (PI Brian Colle, Co-PI Edmund Chang)
$306,895.00 1-May-2010 through 30-Apr-2014 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration: Predictability of High Impact Weather During the Cool Season Over the Eastern U.S: From Model Assessment to the Role of the Forecaster

Publications

Chang, E.K.M., C. Zheng, P. Lanigan, A.M.W. Yau, and J. D. Neelin, 2015: Significant modulation of variability and projected change in California winter precipitation by extratropical cyclone activity. Geophys. Res. Lett., 42, 5983-5991.

Colle, B.A., J.F. Booth, and E.K.M. Chang, 2015: A review of historical and future changes of extratropical cyclones and associated impacts along the U.S. east coast. Current Climate Change Reports, 1, 125-143.

Kim, H. M. E. K. Chang, M. Zhang, 2015: Statistical-dynamical seasonal forecast for tropical cyclones affecting New York State, Weather and Forecasting, 30, 295-307

Sheffield, J., et al. (including E.K.M. Chang), 2014: Regional Climate Processes and Projections for North America: CMIP3/CMIP5 differences, attribution and outstanding issues. NOAA Technical Report OAR CPO-2. Available at http://docs.lib.noaa.gov/noaa_documents/OAR/CPO/TR_OAR_CPO/CPO-2.pdf.

Maloney, E.D., S.J. Camargo, E. Chang, et al., 2014: North American climate in CMIP5 experiments: Part III: Assessment of twenty-first-century projections, J. Climate, 27, 2230-2270, doi: 10.1175/JCLI-D-13-00273.1.

Souders, M. B., Colle, B. A., & Chang, E. K. 2014: The Climatology and Characteristics of Rossby Wave Packets Using a Feature-Based Tracking Technique. Monthly Weather Review, 142(10), 3528-3548.

Souders, M.B., B.A. Colle, and E.K.M. Chang, 2014: A description of an automated approach for feature-based tracking of Rossby wave packets. Mon. Wea. Rev., 142, 3505-3527, doi:10.1175/MWR-D-1300317.1.

Chang, E.K.M., 2014: Impacts of background field removal on CMIP5 projected changes in Pacific winter cyclone activity, J. Geophys. Res. Atmos., 119, 4626-4639, doi:10.1002/2013JD020746.

Xia, X.*, and E.K.M. Chang, 2014: Diabatic damping of zonal index variations, J. Atmos. Sci., 71, 3090-3105, doi:10.1175/JAS-D-13-0292.1.

Demian Chapman

Demian Chapman

Associate Professor

Molecular ecology, conservation, elasmobranch (sharks, batoids) biology, acoustic and satellite telemetry, marine reserve design, evolution of vertebrate mating systems and mate choice, wildlife forensics

Grants

$207,034.00 5-May-2011 through 4-May-2014 Earthwatch: Conservation of Threatened Sharks on the Belize Barrier Reef
$124,000.00 1-Mar-2013 through 1-May-2014 Moore Charitable Foundation: Satellite Tagging Endangered Sharks and Delineating Shark Nursery Areas Inside The Bahamas Shark Sanctuary
$15,000.00 1-May-2013 through 30-Apr-2014 Save Our Seas Foundation: Tracking Critically Endangered Oceanic Whitetip Sharks for Effective Transboundary Conservation
$21,100.00 7-Jul-2013 through 6-Jul-2014 Roe Foundation: Shark Fin Trade Research and Capacity Building
$111,500.00 1-Jan-2014 through 31-Dec-2014 Moore Bahamas Foundation: Bahamas Shark Tagging Expedition
$186,243.75 3-Feb-2014 through 1-May-2016 Pew Charitable Trusts: Putting Bite into International Shark Trade Restrictions: Establishing a Genetic Survey of the Retail Dried Shark Fin Market
$150,000.00 1-Mar-2014 through 28-Feb-2017 Pew Charitable Trusts: Putting Bite Into International Shark Trade Restrictions: Establishing a Genetic Survey of the Retail Dried Shark Fin Market
$147,390.00 14-Apr-2014 through 13-Apr-2017 Earthwatch: Conservation of Threatened Sharks on the Belize Barrier Reef
$28,000.00 1-Jan-2014 31-Dec-2014 Robins Island Foundation Videographer for Fiji and Bahamas Shark Project
$126,000.00 5-Jan-2015 4-Jan-2016 Moore Bahamas Foundation Bahamas Shark Tagging Expedition
$140,000.00 23-Feb-2015 22-May-2016 Pew Charitable Trusts A QUANTITATIVE ASSESSMENT OF THE SHARK FIN TRADE BEFORE AND AFTER THE IMPLEMENTATION OF NEW INTERNATIONAL TRADERESTRICTIONS: CONTINUED RETAIL SAMPLING IN HONG KONG
$524,225.56 13-Oct-2015 1-Jun-2018 Florida International University THE GLOBAL FIN-PRINT: A Worldwide Underwater Video Survey of Shark and Ray Density, Diversity, and Ecological Impact

 

Publications

Chapman, D. D., Feldheim, K. A., Papastamatiou, Y. P., & Hueter, R. E. (2015). There and Back Again: A Review of Residency and Return Migrations in Sharks, with Implications for Population Structure and Management. Annual review of marine science, 7, 547-570.

Ashe, J. L., Feldheim, K. A., Fields, A. T., Reyier, E. A., Brooks, E. J., O’Connell, M. T., … & Chapman, D. D. (2015). Local population structure and context-dependent isolation by distance in a large coastal shark. Mar Ecol Prog Ser, 520, 203-216.

Watanabe, Y. Y., Goldman, K. J., Caselle, J. E., Chapman, D. D., & Papastamatiou, Y. P. (2015). Comparative analyses of animal-tracking data reveal ecological significance of endothermy in fishes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 201500316.

Brooks, E. J., Brooks, A. M., Williams, S., Jordan, L. K., Abercrombie, D., Chapman, D. D., … & Grubbs, R. D. (2015). First description of deep-water elasmobranch assemblages in the Exuma Sound, The Bahamas. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography, 115, 81-91.

Fields, A. T., Feldheim, K. A., Poulakis, G. R., & Chapman, D. D. (2015). Facultative parthenogenesis in a critically endangered wild vertebrate. Current Biology, 25(11), R446-R447.

Madigan DJ, Brooks EJ, Bond ME, Gelsleichter J, Howey LA, Abercrombie DL, Brooks A & DD Chapman. 2015. Diet shift and associated site-fidelity of oceanic whitetip sharks (Carcharhinus longimanus) along the edge of the Great Bahama Bank. Marine Ecology Progress Series 529: 185-197. DOI: 10.3354/meps11302.

Malvezzi, A. J., Murray, C. S., Feldheim, K. A., DiBattista, J. D., Garant, D., Gobler, C. J., Chapman, D. D. … & Baumann, H. (2015). A quantitative genetic approach to assess the evolutionary potential of a coastal marine fish to ocean acidification.Evolutionary applications.

Reyier, E.A., Franks, B.R., Chapman, D. D., Scheidt, D.M., Stolen, E.D., Gruber, S.H. (2014). Regional-scale migrations and habitat use of juvenile lemon sharks (Negaprion brevirostris) in the US South Atlantic. PLoS ONE 9 (2), e88470.

Kessel, S. T., Chapman, D. D., Franks, B. R., Gedamke, T., Gruber, S. H., Newman, J. M., … & Perkins, R. G. (2014). Predictable temperature-regulated residency, movement and migration in a large, highly mobile marine predator (Negaprion brevirostris). Marine Ecology Progress Series, 514, 175-190.

Feldheim, K.A., Gruber, S.H., DiBattista, J.D., Babcock, E.A., Kessel, S.A., Hendry, A.P., Pikitch, E.K., Ashley, M.V.,Chapman, D. D. (2014). Two decades of genetic profiling yields first evidence of natal philopatry and long-term fidelity to parturition sites in sharks. Molecular Ecology 23 (1), 110-117.

O’Leary, S.J., Dunton, K.J., King, T.L., Frisk, M.G., Chapman, D. D. (2014). Genetic diversity and effective number of breeders of Atlantic sturgeon, Acipenser oxyrhinchus oxyrhinchus. Conservation Genetics. DOI: 10.1007/s10592-014-0609-9

Nalluria D., Baumann Z., Abercrombie D.L., Chapman, D. D., Hammerschmidt, C.R., Fisher, N. (2014). Methylmercury in dried shark fins and shark fin soup from American restaurants. Science of the Total Environment 496, 644-648

J. Kirk Cochran

J. Kirk Cochran

Professor

Marine geo-chemistry, use of radionuclides as geochemical tracers; diagenesis of marine sediments.

Grants

$91,505.00 1-Feb-2010 through 30-Apr-2015 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration: New York Sea Grant’s Omnibus 2010 – 2015
$16,000.00 24-Sep-2013 through 23-Sep-2014 US Navy Research Laboratory: Gamma Spectrometric Analysis of Sediment Samples from the Chatham Rise Expedition
$275,987.00 26-Aug-2014 25-Aug-2016 National Park Service Health and Resiliency of Salt Marshes in Jamaica Bay; Post-Hurricane Sandy Study (PI Kirk Cochran, Co-PI Qingzhi Zhu)
$6,004.00 1-Aug-2015 28-Sep-2015 Hofstra University Radionuclide Analyses of Salt Marsh Cores
$1,621,052.00 1-Apr-2011 through 31-Mar-2016 National Science Foundation: Do Interactions Between Vertically and Horizontally Transported Particles Measurably Affect Particle Composition and Flux to the Sediments? A Mechanistic Approach (PI David Black, Co-PIs Kirk Cochran, Cindy Lee and Robert Armstrong)
$471,594.00 1-May-2011 through 30-Apr-2015 National Science Foundation: Early Diagenetic Aluminosilicate Formation and Burial of Biogenic Silica in Tropical Deltas
$197,748.00 1-Feb-2014 through 31-Jan-2018 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration: New York Sea Grant’s Omnibus 2014 – 2018

 

Publications

Bokuniewicz, H., Cochran, J. K., Garcia-Orellana, J., Rodellas, V., Daniel, J. W., & Heilbrun, C. (2015). Intertidal percolation through beach sands as a source of 224,223 Ra to Long Island Sound, New York, and Connecticut, United States. Journal of Marine Research, 73(5), 123-140.

Sessa, J. A., E. Larina, K. Knoll, M. Garb, J. K. Cochran, B. T. Huber, K. G. MacLeod, and N. H. Landman (2015) Ammonite habitat revealed via isotopic composition and comparisons with co-occurring benthic and planktonic organisms. Proceedings Nat. Acad. Sci. DOI 10.1073/pnas.1507554112.

Landman, N. H., J. C. Grier, J. W. Grier, J. K. Cochran, and S. M. Klofak (2015) 3-D orientation and distribution of ammonites in a concretion from the Upper Cretaceous Pierre Shale of Montana. Swiss J Palaeontol. DOI 10.1007/s13358-015-0084-z.

Cochran, J. K., N. H. Landman, N. L. Larson, K. C. Meehan, M. Garb, and J. Brezina (2015) Geochemical evidence (C and Sr isotopes) for methane seeps as ammonite habitats in the Late Cretaceous (Campanian) Western Interior Seaway. Swiss J Palaeontol. DOI 10.1007/s13358-015-0087-9.

Lara-Martín, P. A., Renfro, A., Cochran, K., & Brownawell, B. (2015). Geochronologies of pharmaceuticals in a sewage-impacted estuarine urban setting (Jamaica bay, NY). Environmental Science & Technology DOI: 10.1021/es506009v

Tamborski, J. J., Rogers, A. D., Bokuniewicz, H. J., Cochran, J. K., & Young, C. R. (2015). Identification and quantification of diffuse fresh submarine groundwater discharge via airborne thermal infrared remote sensing. Remote Sensing of Environment, 171, 202-217.

Bokuniewicz, H., Cochran, J. K., Garcia-Orellana, J., Rodellas, V., Daniel, J. W., & Heilbrun, C. (2015). Intertidal percolation through beach sands as a source of 224,223 Ra to Long Island Sound, New York, and Connecticut, United States. Journal of Marine Research, 73(5), 123-140.

Rose, P. S., Smith, J. P., Aller, R. C., Cochran, J. K., Swanson, R. L., & Coffin, R. B. (2015). Medically-derived I-131 as a tool for investigating the fate of wastewater nitrogen in aquatic environments. Environmental Science & Technology DOI: 10.102/acs.est.5600189

Landman, N. H., R. H. Mapes, J. K. Cochran, V. Lignier , D. I. Hembree, C. Goiran, E. Folcher, and P. Brunet (2014) An unusual occurrence of Nautilus macromphalus in a cenote in the Loyalty Islands (New Caledonia). PLoS ONE 9(12), e113372. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0113372.

Cuomo, C., J. K. Cochran, and K. K. Turekian (2014) Geochemistry of the Long Island Sound Estuary in: Long Island Sound, Springer Series on Environmental Management, Springer, New York, pp. 159-201.

Kruta, I., N. H. Landman, and J. K. Cochran (2014) A new approach for the determination of ammonite and nautilid habitats. PLoS ONE 9(1), e87479. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0087479.

Garcia-Orellana, J., Cochran, J. K., Bokuniewicz, H., Daniel, J. W. R., Rodellas, V., & Heilbrun, C. (2014). Evaluation of 224Ra as a tracer for submarine groundwater discharge in Long Island Sound (NY). Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 114, 314-330.

Brian Colle

Brian Colle

Professor / Director, ITPA

Extreme weather, coastal meteorology, weather forecasting, regional climate change

Grants

$136,154.00 1-May-2008 through 31-May-2014 NYS Energy Research and Development Authority: Improving Air Quality Forecasting and Management in NYS through Ensemble & High-Resolution Modeling with Diagnostic Analysis
$306,895.00 1-May-2010 through 30-Apr-2014 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration: Predictability of High Impact Weather During the Cool Season Over the Eastern U.S: From Model Assessment to the Role of the Forecaster
$100,564.21 1-Feb-2010 through 30-Apr-2015 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration: New York Sea Grant’s Omnibus 2010 – 2015
$545,046.00 1-Aug-2011 through 31-Jul-2015 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration: Prediction, Validation, and Calibration of Coastal Storms and Associated High Impact Weather in Ensemble Regional Climate Simulations Over the Northeast U.S. (PI Brian Colle, Co-PIs Sultan Hameed, Minghua Zhang, Ping Liu, Edmund Chang)
$675,219.00 30-Sep-2011 through 30-Jun-2016 US Department of Energy: Improving Atmospheric Models for Offshore Wind Resource Mapping and Prediction Using Lidar, Aircraft, and In-Ocean Observations
$282,894.00 1-Mar-2013 through 28-Feb-2017 NASA Goddard Space Flight Center: Using Field and Satellite Measurements to Improve Snow and Riming Processes in Cloud Resolving Models
$112,239.00 19-Aug-2013 through 15-Aug-2018 USDA Forest Service: Employing Ensemble Data Assimilation, Parameter Estimation, and Field Data to Improve Fire Weather Predictions in Mesoscale Models
$337,722.00 1-Oct-2013 through 30-Sep-2016 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration: An Evaluation and Application of Multi-Model Ensembles in Operations for High Impact Weather Over the Eastern U.S. (PI Brian Colle, Co-PI Edmund Chang)
$478,362.00 1-Sep-2013 through 31-Aug-2017 University of Delaware: Hazards SEES Type 2: Dynamic Integration of Natural, Human, and Infrastructure Systems for Hurricane Evacuation and Sheltering
$3,306.71 1-Oct-2013 through 31-Dec-2016 NYS State Governors Office: NY-RISE: New York Research Institute for Storm Emergencies
$350,466.00 1-Feb-2014 through 31-Jan-2017 National Science Foundation: Collaborative Research: Observations and Modeling of Mesoscale Precipitation Banding in Cool-season Storms
$114,219.00 1-Feb-2014 through 31-Jan-2017 Consolidated Edison Company of New York Incorporated: Evaluation of Long Range Ensemble Weather Modeling
$75,000.00 18-Dec-2013 through 31-Dec-2015 Housing Trust Fund Corporation: NY-RISE: New York Research Institute for Storm Emergencies
$71,693.00 18-Dec-2013 through 31-Dec-2015 Housing Trust Fund Corporation: NY-RISE: New York Research Institute for Storm Emergencies
$54,000.00 1-Jun-2014 through 31-May-2015 Deepwater Wind Limited Liability Corporation: Coastal and Offshore Wind Resource Measurement and Characterization
$415,219.00 1-May-2015 31-Mar-2017 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Validation of Significant Weather Features and Processes in Operational Models Using a Cyclone Relative Approach (PI Brian Colle, Co-PI Edmund Chang)
$148,054.00 1-Sep-2015 31-Aug-2016 NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Nowcasting Severe Storm Evolution and Tracking Storm Life Cycles in the Northeast United States Using GOES-R (PI Michael French, Co-PI Brian Colle)
$1,593,092 1-Jun-2009 through 30-Sept-2016 National Science Foundation. GeoPREP Track 2: Expanding the Geoscience Pathway
$42,000 1 August-2015 through 31-July-2016 USACE-Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE) Fellowship.

Publications

Colle, B. A., Sienkiewicz, M. J., Archer, C., Veron, D., Veron, F., Kempton, W., & Mak, J. E. (2015). Improving the Mapping and Prediction of Offshore Wind Resources (IMPOWR): Experimental Overview and First Results. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, (2015).

Roberts, K.J., B.A. Colle, N. Georgas, and S.B. Munch, 2015: A regression-based approach for cool-season storm surge predictions along the New York/New York Coast. J. Appl. Meteor. and Clim., 54, 1773-1791.

Lombardo, K., B. A. Colle, and Z. Zhang, 2015: Evaluation of Historical and Future Cool Season Precipitation over the Eastern United States and Western Atlantic Storm Track Using CMIP5 Models. J. Climate, 28, 451–467. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1175/JCLI-D-14-00343.1

Colle, B. A., Bowman, M. J., Roberts, K. J., Bowman, M. H., Flagg, C. N., Kuang, J., … & Zhang, F. (2015). Exploring Water Level Sensitivity for Metropolitan New York during Sandy (2012) Using Ensemble Storm Surge Simulations. Journal of Marine Science and Engineering, 3(2), 428-443.

Layer, M. and B. A. Colle, 2015: Climatology and Ensemble Predictions of Nonconvective High Wind Events in the New York City Metropolitan Region. Wea. Forecasting, 30, 270–294. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1175/WAF-D-14-00057.1

Ganetis, S. A., & Colle, B. A. 2015: The Thermodynamic and Microphysical Evolution of an Intense Snowband during the Northeast US Blizzard of 8–9 February 2013. Monthly Weather Review, 143(10), 4104-4125.

Colle, B.A., J.F. Booth, and E.K.M. Chang, 2015: A review of historical and future changes of extratropical cyclones and associated impacts along the U.S. east coast. Current Climate Change Reports, 1, 125-143.

Bratton, S.D., B.A. Colle, and R.E. Wilson, 2015: Synoptic flow patterns and decadal variations of wind-induced mixing over western Long Island Sound. J. Geophys. Res.,120, DOI: 10.1002/2015JD023080.

Archer, C. L., B. A. Colle, L. Delle Monache, M. J. Dvorak, J. Lundquist, B. H. Bailey, P. Beaucage, M. J. Churchfield, A. C. Fitch, B. Kosovic, S. Lee, P. J. Moriarty, H. Simao, R. J. A. M. Stevens, D. Veron, J. Zackhttp, 2014: Meteorology for coastal/offshore wind energy in the United States: Recommendations and research needs for the next 10 years. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 95, 515-519.

Maloney, E. D., Colle, B. C. and Coauthors, 2014: North American Climate in CMIP5 Experiments: Part III: Assessment of Twenty-First-Century Projections*. J. Climate, 27, 2230-2270. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1175/JCLI-D-13-00273.1.

Hodrefe, C, P. Doraiswamy, B. Colle, K. Demerjian, W. Hao, M. Erickson, M. Souders, and J-Y Ku, 2014: Meteorology, Emissions, and Grid Resolution: Effects on Discrete and Probabilistic Model Performance. In: D. Steyn, P. Builtjes, R. Timmermans (eds.): Air Pollution and Modeling and Its Application XXII, NARA Science for Peace and Security Series C: Environmental Security, 493-497. Springer Netherlands.

Wuebbles, D., Meehl, G., Hayhoe, K., Karl, T. R., Kunkel, K., Santer, B., Colle, B. C., … & Sun, L. 2014: CMIP5 climate model analyses: Climate extremes in the United States. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 95(4), 571-583.

Colle, B. A., Stark, D. and Yuter, S.E. 2014: Surface Microphysical Observations within East Coast Winter Storms on Long Island, New York. Mon. Wea. Rev., 142, 3126-3146. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1175/MWR-D-14-00035.1

Wilson, R. E., Bratton, S. D., Wang, J., & Colle, B. A. 2014: Evidence for Directional Wind Response in Controlling Inter-annual Variations in Duration and Areal Extent of Summertime Hypoxia in Western Long Island Sound. Estuaries and Coasts, 1-9.

Picca, J.C., D.M. Schultz, B. A. Colle, S. Ganetis, D.R. Novak, and M. Sienkiewicz, 2014: The value of dual-polarization radar in diagnosing the complex microphysical evolution of an intense snowband. Bull. Meteor. Soc., 95, 1825-1834.

Li, H., and B.A. Colle, 2014: Multidecadal changes in the frequency and ambient conditions of warm season convective storms over the northeastern U.S. J. Climate, 27, 7285-7300.

Colle, B.A. 2014: Cold Air Damming. In: Gerald R. North (editor-in-chief), John Pyle and Fuqing Zhang (editors). Encyclopedia of Atmospheric Sciences, 2nd edition, Vol 4, pp. 62–68.

Souders, M. B., Colle, B. A., & Chang, E. K. 2014: The Climatology and Characteristics of Rossby Wave Packets Using a Feature-Based Tracking Technique. Monthly Weather Review, 142(10), 3528-3548.

Souders, M.B., B.A. Colle, and E.K.M. Chang, 2014: A description of an automated approach for feature-based tracking of Rossby wave packets. Mon. Wea. Rev., 142, 3505-3527, doi:10.1175/MWR-D-1300317.1.

Jackie Collier

Jackie Collier

Associate Professor

Phytoplankton physiological ecology; Biocomplexity and microbial diversity; Planktonic ecosystem processes in marine, estuarine, and freshwater systems

Grants

$46,981.51 1-Feb-2010 through 30-Apr-2015 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration: New York Sea Grant’s Omnibus 2010 – 2015
$144,176.00 17-Sep-2015 16-Sep-2016 Developing Molecular Genetic Tools for Labyrinthulomycetes Developing Molecular Genetic Tools for Labyrinthulomycetes
$594,118.00 9-Jul-2013 through 30-Sep-2016 National Park Service: Assessing the Response of the Great South Bay Plankton Community to Hurricane Sandy (PI Christopher Gobler, Co-PIs Darcy Lonsdale, Jackie Collier)
$259,697.00 1-Jan-2012 through 31-Dec-2015 National Science Foundation: Collaborative Research: Understanding the Role of Picocyanobacteria in the Marine Silicate Cycle (PI Stephen Baines, Co-PIs Jackie Collier, B. Twining, J. Krause, M. Brzezinski)
$259,608 1-Feb-2014 through 31-Jan-2016. New York Sea Grant: QPX distribution and persistence in the environment (PI Bassem Allam, Co-PIs Emmanuelle Pales-Espinosa, Jackie Collier, Debra Barnes)

 

Publications

Chao Ye, Weihua Qiao, Xiaobin Yu, Xiaojun Ji, He Huang, J. L. Collier, Liming Liu. 2015. Reconstruction and analysis of the genome-scale metabolic model ofschizochytrium limacinum SR21 for docosahexaenoic acid production. BMC Genomics 16 :799 (11pp). DOI 10.1186/s12864-015-2042-y

P. J. Keeling, F. Burki, H. M. Wilcox, B. Allam, E. E. Allen, L. A. Amaral-Zettler, E. V. Armbrust, J. M. Archibald, A. K. Bharti, C. J. Bell, B. Beszteri, K. D. Bidle, C. T. Cameron, L. Campbell, D. A. Caron, R. A. Cattolico, J. L. Collier, K. Coyne, S. K. Davy, P. Deschamps, S. T. Dyhrman, B. Edvardsen, R. D. Gates, C. J. Gobler, S. J. Greenwood, S. M. Guida, J. L. Jacobi, K. S. Jakobsen, E. R. James, B. Jenkins, U. John, M. D. Johnson, A. R. Juhl, A. Kamp, L. A. Katz, R. Kiene, A. Kudryavtsev, B. S. Leander, S. Lin, C. Lovejoy, D. Lynn, A. Marchetti, G. McManus, A. M. Nedelcu, S. Menden-Deuer, C. Miceli, T. Mock, M. Montresor, M. A. Moran, S. Murray, G. Nadathur, S. Nagai, P. B. Ngam, B. Palenik, J. Pawlowski, G. Petroni, G. Piganeau, M. C. Posewitz, K. Rengefors, G. Romano, M. E. Rumpho, T. Rynearson, K. B. Schilling, D. C. Schroeder,A. G. B. Simpson, C. H. Slamovits, D. R. Smith, G. J. Smith, S. R. Smith, H. M. Sosik, P. Stief, E. Theriot, S. N. Twary, P. E. Umale, D. Vaulot, B. Wawrik, G. L. Wheeler, W. H. Wilson, Y. Xu, A. Zingone, A. Z. Worden. 2014. The Marine Microbial Eukaryote Transcriptome Sequencing Project (MMETSP): Illuminating the Functional Diversity of Eukaryotic Life in the Oceans through Transcriptome Sequencing. PLoS Biology 12(6):e1001889. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pbio.1001889

Collier, J.L., S.P. Fitzgerald, L.A. Hice, M.G. Frisk, and A.E. McElroy (2014) A New PCR-Based Method Shows That Blue Crabs (Callinectes sapidus (Rathbun)) Consume Winter Flounder (Pseudopleuronectes americanus (Walbaum)). Plos One 9.

Koch, F., Burson, A., Tang, Y. Z., Collier, J. L., Fisher, N. S., Sañudo-Wilhelmy, S., & Gobler, C. J. (2014). Alteration of plankton communities and biogeochemical cycles by harmful Cochlodinium polykrikoides (Dinophyceae) blooms. Harmful Algae, 33(0), 41-54. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.hal.2014.01.003

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Nolwenn Dheilly

Nolwenn Dheilly

Assistant Professor

Evolution of Host-Parasite Interactions

Grants

 

Publications

Dheilly NM, Duval D, Mouahid G, Emans R, Allienne J-F, Genthon C, Dubois E, Du Pasquier L, Adema C, Grunau C, Mitta G, and Gourbal B. (2015). Diverse Immunoglobulin-like domain containing lectins in the snail Biomphalaria glabrata. Journal of Developmental and Comparative Immunology 48(1): 234-243

Dheilly NM, Maure F, Ravallec M, Galinier R, Doyon J, Duval D, Leger L, Volkoff A-N, Misse D, Nidelet S, Demolomb V, Brodeur J, Gourbal B, Thomas F, Mitta G. (2015). Who is the puppet master? Replication of a parasitic wasp-associated virus correlates with host behavior manipulation. Proceedings of the Royal Society B Biological Sciences 282(1803) http://rspb.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/282/1803/20142773

Cardinaud M, Dheilly NM, Huchette S, Moraga D, Paillard C. (2015). The early stages of the immune response of the European abalone Haliotis tuberculata to a Vibrio harveyi infection. Journal of Developmental and Comparative Immunology 51(2): 287-297 http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0145305X15000427

Dheilly, N. M., Poulin, R., & Thomas, F. (2015). Biological warfare: Microorganisms as drivers of host–parasite interactions. Infection, Genetics and Evolution. DOI: 10.1016/j.meegid.2015.05.027 http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1567134815001896

Dheilly NM, Adema C, Raftos DA, Gourbal B, Grunau C, Du Pasquier L. (2014). No more non-model species : the promise of Next Generation Sequencing for comparative immunology. Journal of Developmental and Comparative Immunology. 45(1): 56-66

Vidal-Dupiol J, Dheilly NM, Rondon R, Grunau C, Cosseau C, Smith K, Freitag M, Adjeroud M, Mitta G. (2014). Thermal Stress Triggers Broad Pocillopora damicornis Transcriptomic Remodeling, while Vibrio coralliilyticus Infection Induces a More Targeted Immuno-Suppression Response. Plos One 9(9): e107672

Dheilly NM, Jouaux A, Boudry P, Favrel P, Lelong C. (2014). Comparative transcriptomic profiling of gametogenesis of diploid and triploid Pacific oyster Crassostrea gigas: towards an understanding of partial sterility associated with triploidy. Plos One 9(11): e112094

Dheilly NM (2014). Holobiont-holobiont interactions: redefining host-parasite interactions. Plos Path. 10(7): e1004093

Anthony Dvarskas

Anthony Dvarskas

Assistant Professor

Environmental economics, ecosystem services and resilience of coastal ecosystems, economics of restoration, natural capital accounting

Grants

$31,150.00 15-Feb-2015 30-Nov-2015 Nature Conservancy Long Island Chapter Assessment of Water Quality Impacts on Housing Values in Nassau and Suffolk Counties

 

Publications

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Ali Farhadzadeh

Ali Farhadzadeh

Assistant Professor

Nearshore hydrodynamics, sediment transport, wave-current-sediment-structure interaction, resilient coastal protection systems, coastal flooding

Grants

$14,985.00 15-Jan-2015 30-Jun-2016 Seiche-Induced Erosion in Lake Erie Seiche-Induced Erosion in Lake Erie

 

Publications
Nicholas Fisher

Nicholas Fisher

Distinguished Professor / Director, CIDER

Marine phytoplankton physiology and ecology, biogeo-chemistry of metals, marine pollution

Grants

$182,604.28 1-Apr-2010 through 31-Dec-2016 Stony Brook Foundation: Gelfond Fund for Research
$194,739.75 1-Feb-2010 through 30-Apr-2015 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration: New York Sea Grant’s Omnibus 2010 – 2015
$564,268.00 1-Jul-2012 through 31-Dec-2015 Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation: Analyzing and Interpreting Radioactivity in Pacific Bluefin Tuna
$98,961.00 1-Apr-2010 through 31-Dec-2016 Stony Brook Foundation: Gelfond Fund for Research
$451,888.00 15-Mar-2013 through 28-Feb-2017 National Science Foundation: Collaborative Research: Methylmercury Interactions with Marine Plankton
$62,351.00 1-Apr-2014 31-Mar-2015 Dartmouth College Sources and Protracted Effects of Early Life Exposure to Arsenic and Mercury
$119,111.29 1-Apr-2014 31-Jul-2015 European Commission FORWARD: Flux of Radiocesium Within and Across Residents of the Deep
$88,000.00 1-Nov-2014 31-Jul-2016 Syracuse University Monitoring to Evaluate Temporal Trends and Spatial Patterns in Mercury Concentrations in Marine Fish of New York State
$62,351.00 1-Apr-2015 31-Mar-2016 Dartmouth College Sources and Protracted Effects of Early Life Exposure to Arsenic and Mercury

 

Publications

Baumann, H., Wells, R. J. D., Rooker, J. R., Zhang, S., Baumann, Z., Madigan, D. J., … & Fisher, N. S. (2015). Combining otolith microstructure and trace elemental analyses to infer the arrival of juvenile Pacific bluefin tuna in the California current ecosystem. ICES Journal of Marine Science: Journal du Conseil, 72(7), 2128-2138.

Baines, S. B., Chen, X., Twining, B. S., Fisher, N. S., & Landry, M. R. (2015). Factors affecting Fe and Zn contents of mesozooplankton from the Costa Rica Dome. Journal of Plankton Research, fbv098.

Baumann, Z., N.S. Fisher, C.J. Gobler, K.O. Buesseler, J.A. George, S.M. Pike, and C.F. Breier. 2015. Fukushima 137Cs at the base of planktonic food webs off Japan. Deep-Sea Research Part I 106: 9-16.

Baumann, H., R.J.D. Wells, J.R. Rooker, Z.A. Baumann, D.J. Madigan, H. Dewar, O.E. Snodgrass, and N.S. Fisher. 2015. Combining otolith microstructure and trace elemental analyses to infer the arrival of Pacific bluefin tuna juveniles in the California Current Ecosystem. ICES Journal of Marine Science 72: 2128-2138.

Fisher, N.S., S.W. Fowler, and D.J. Madigan. 2015. Perspectives and reflections on the public reaction to recent Fukushima-related radionuclide studies, and a call for enhanced training in environmental radioactivity. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 34: 707-709.

Chen, X., N.S. Fisher, and S.B. Baines. 2014. Influence of algal Fe content on the assimilation and fate of Fe and C in a marine copepod. Limnology and Oceanography 59: 129-140.

Nalluria D., Baumann Z., Abercrombie D.L., Chapman, D. D., Hammerschmidt, C.R., Fisher, N. (2014). Methylmercury in dried shark fins and shark fin soup from American restaurants. Science of the Total Environment 496, 644-648

D. Nalluri, Z. Baumann, D.L. Abercrombie, D.D. Chapman, C.R. Hammerschmidt, and N.S. Fisher. 2014. Methylmercury in dried shark fins and shark fin soup from American restaurants. Science of the Total Environment 496: 644-648.

Madigan, D.J., Z. Baumann, A.B. Carlisle, D.K. Hoen, B.N. Popp, H. Dewar, O.E. Snodgrass, B.A Block, and N.S. Fisher. 2014. Reconstructing transoceanic migration patterns of Pacific bluefin tuna using a chemical tracer toolbox. Ecology 95: 1674-1683.

Karimi, R., S. Silbernagel, N.S. Fisher, and J.R. Meliker. 2014. Elevated blood Hg at recommended seafood consumption rates in adult seafood consumers. International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health 217: 758-764.

Karimi, R., N.S. Fisher, and J.R. Meliker. 2014. Mercury-nutrient signatures in seafood and in the blood of avid seafood consumers. Science of the Total Environment 496: 636-643.

Dutton, J., and N.S. Fisher. 2014. Modeling metal bioaccumulation and tissue distribution in killifish (Fundulus heteroclitus) in three contaminated estuaries. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 33: 89-101.

Koch, F., Burson, A., Tang, Y. Z., Collier, J. L., Fisher, N. S., Sañudo-Wilhelmy, S., & Gobler, C. J. (2014). Alteration of plankton communities and biogeochemical cycles by harmful Cochlodinium polykrikoides (Dinophyceae) blooms. Harmful Algae, 33(0), 41-54. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.hal.2014.01.003

Charles Flagg

Charles Flagg

Research Professor

Continental Shelf Dynamics, Bio-Physical Interactions in Shelf Systems, Climate Change Effects on Coastal Systems, Shipboard ADCPs on Volunteer Observing Ships

Grants

$388,439.00 1-Sep-2008 through 31-Aug-2014 National Science Foundation: Collaborative Research: The Oleander Project: Sustained Observations Between New York and Bermuda
$455,402.00 8-Jun-2011 through 31-Jul-2016 National Science Foundation: Collaborative Research: The Norrona Project: An International Collaboration for Sustained Studies of the Meridional Overturning Circulation Between Denmark, the Faroes and Iceland
$18,616.65 1-Feb-2010 through 30-Apr-2015 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration: New York Sea Grant’s Omnibus 2010 – 2015
$254,968.00 16-Jul-2013 through 31-Jul-2016 National Park Service: Continuation of Physical Monitoring of the Old Inlet Breach, Fire Island National Seashore (PI Charles Flagg, Co-PIs Roger Flood, Henry Bokuniewicz)
$113,081.00 1-Sep-2014 31-Aug-2015 University of Rhode Island Sustained Observations Between New York to Bermuda
$120,866.00 15-Sep-2015 31-Aug-2016 National Science Foundation Collaborative Research: The Oleander Project: High-resolution Observation of the Dynamic Ocean Between New Jersey and Bermuda
$149,995.00 15-Sep-2014 14-Sep-2016 National Park Service Effects of Storm-Induced Barrier Breach on Community Assemblages and Ecosystem Structure Within a Temperate Lagoonal Estuary (Post-Hurricane Sandy Study)

 

Publications
Roger Flood

Roger Flood

Professor Emeritus

Marine geology, sediment dynamics, continental margin sedimentation

Grants

$78,665.00 17-Nov-2011 through 31-Jan-2016 Consortium for Ocean Leadership: Participation of Roger Flood in IODP Leg 339
$24,986.00 1-Jan-2012 through 27-Oct-2015 Town of Brookhaven: Mapping Sediment Distribution in the Forge River (PI Roger Flood, Co-PI Bruce Brownawell)
$30,360.00 7-Feb-2013 through 31-Jan-2016 National Science Foundation: Rapid Grant: Collaborative Investigations of the Impact of Superstorm Sandy on the South Shore of Long Island (PI Roger Flood, Co-PI Bruce Brownawell)
$224,819.00 21-Dec-2012 through 30-Sep-2014 Columbia University: Acoustic Mapping and Habitat Characterization in a Pilot Area of Long Island Sound (PI Roger Flood, Co-PI Robert Cerrato)
$150,000.00 31-Jul-2013 through 31-Mar-2015 NYS Department of Environmental Conservation: Acoustic Mapping and Habitat Characterization in Haverstraw Bay (PI Roger Flood, Co-PI Robert Cerrato)
$3,201.74 23-Jul-2015 9-Aug-2016 Centre National De La Recherche Scientifique Travel Support for ECORD Scientists to attend an IODP Argentine Margin Workshop
$150,000.00 1-Jun-2013 31-Mar-2015 New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Integrating Fish Trawl, Water Quality, and Benthic Mapping in the Peconic Estuary (PI Roger Flood, Co-PI Robert Cerrato)
$254,968.00 16-Jul-2013 through 31-Jul-2016 National Park Service: Continuation of Physical Monitoring of the Old Inlet Breach, Fire Island National Seashore  (PI Charles Flagg, Co-PIs Roger Flood, Henry Bokuniewicz)
$299,982 2-Feb-2015 through 31-May-2016 New York State Department of State: Sandy Needs and Resources Offshore New York (PI Henry Bokuniewicz, Co-PIs Robert Wilson, Roger Flood)

Publications
Michael French

Michael French

Assistant Professor

supercell and tornado dynamics; Doppler weather radar applications; mesoscale meteorology

Grants

$148,054.00 1-Sep-2015 31-Aug-2016 NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Nowcasting Severe Storm Evolution and Tracking Storm Life Cycles in the Northeast United States Using GOES-R (PI Michael French, Co-PI Brian Colle)

 

Publications

Supinie, T. A., Jung, Y., Xue, M., Stensrud, D. J., French, M. M., & Bluestein, H. B. (2015). Impact of VORTEX2 Observations on Analyses and Forecasts of the 5 June 2009 Goshen County, Wyoming, Supercell. Monthly Weather Review, (2015).

French, M. M., D. W. Burgess, E. R. Mansell, and L. J. Wicker, (2015). Bulk hook echo raindrop sizes retrieved using mobile, polarimetric Doppler radar observations. J. Appl. Meteor. Climatol., 54, 423–450. doi: 10.1175/JAMC-D-14-0171.1 http://journals.ametsoc.org/doi/abs/10.1175/JAMC-D-14-0171.1

French, M. M., Skinner, P. S., Wicker, L. J., & Bluestein, H. B. (2015). Documenting a Rare Tornado Merger Observed in the 24 May 2011 El Reno-Piedmont, Oklahoma, Supercell. Monthly Weather Review, (2015).

Bluestein, Howard B., J. B. Houser, M. M. French, J. C. Snyder, G. D. Emmitt, I. PopStefanija, C. A. Baldi, and R. T. Bluth, (2014). Observations of the boundary layer near tornadoes and in supercells using a mobile, co-located, pulsed Doppler lidar and radar. J. Atmos. Oceanic Technol., 31, 302-325.

French, Michael M., H. B. Bluestein, I. PopStefanija, C. A. Baldi, and R. T. Bluth, (2014). Mobile, phased-array, Doppler radar observations of tornadoes at X band. Mon. Wea. Rev., 142, 1010-1036.

Skinner, Patrick S., C. C. Weiss, M. M. French, H. B. Bluestein, P. M. Markowski, and Y. P. Richardson, (2014). VORTEX2 observations of a low-level mesocyclone with multiple internal rear-flank downdraft momentum surges in the 18 May 2010 Dumas, Texas supercell. Mon. Wea. Rev., 142, 2935-2960.

Michael Frisk

Michael Frisk

Professor

Fish ecology, population modeling and life history theory

Grants

$76,984.00 1-Feb-2012 through 30-Sep-2014 Cornell Cooperative Extension: A Test of Acoustic Telemetry and Radio Frequency Identification Tagging Methods to Evaluate the Success of Fish Passage Restorations for Alewife, American Eel and Brook Trout in the Carman’s River
$27,729.00 1-Nov-2012 through 31-Oct-2015 University of Massachusetts Amherst: Evaluating the Historic Role of Forage Fish in Lost Fisheries Production: Implications for Future Sustainability
$49,971.00 1-Jul-2013 through 31-Dec-2015 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration: Effects of a Storm-Induced Barrier Breach on Community Structure within a Temperate Lagoonal Estuary (PI Michael Frisk, Co-PIs Janet Nye, Robert Cerrato)
$180,000.00 1-Dec-2014 31-Dec-2016 Tetra Tech Incorporated Winter Flounder Study for the Mattituck Inlet Project,NY
$210,000.00 1-Jul-2013 31-Mar-2017 New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Effects of a Storm-Induced Barrier Breach on Community Structure within a Temperate Lagoonal Estuary (PI Michael Frisk, Co-PIs Janet Nye, Robert Cerrato)
$149,995.00 15-Sep-2014 14-Sep-2016 National Park Service Effects of Storm-Induced Barrier Breach on Community Assemblages and Ecosystem Structure Within a Temperate Lagoonal Estuary (Post-Hurricane Sandy Study)   (PI Janet Nye, Co-PIs Michael Frisk, Robert Cerrato, Charles Flagg)
$49,959.00 4-Dec-2013 through 15-Dec-2014 US Fish and Wildlife Service: Ecosystem Assessment of the Fish and Invertebrate Communities of Mill Neck Creek at Oyster Bay National Wildlife Refuge  (PI Janet Nye, Co-PIs Michael Frisk, Robert Cerrato)
$150,000.00 1-Jun-2013 31-Mar-2015 New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Integrating Fish Trawl, Water Quality, and Benthic Mapping in the Peconic Estuary (PI Robert Cerrato, Co-PIs Roger Flood, Michael Frisk)
$668,624.00 1-Apr-2014 31-Mar-2018 New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Assessing blue crab abundance and life history characteristics and predicting future population trends on Long Island (PI Robert Cerrato, Co-PIs Janet Nye, Michael Frisk)

 

Publications

Rountos, K. J., Frisk, M. G., & Pikitch, E. K. (2015) Are We Catching What They Eat? Moving Beyond Trends in the Mean Trophic Level of Catch. Fisheries, 40(8): 376-385.

McElroy, A.E., Hice, L.A., Frisk, M.G., Purcell, S.L., Phillips, N.C., Fast, M.D. (2015) Spatial patterns in markers of contaminant exposure, glucose and glycogen metabolism, and immunological response in juvenile winter flounder (Pseudoplueronectes americanus). Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology D-Genomics & Proteomics 14, 53-65.

Dunton, K. J., Jordaan, A., Conover, D. O., McKown, K. A., Bonacci, L. A., & Frisk, M. G. 2015. Marine Distribution and Habitat Use of Atlantic Sturgeon in New York Lead to Fisheries Interactions and Bycatch. Marine and Coastal Fisheries, 7(1): 18-32.

Yencho, M. A., Jordaan, A., Cerrato, R. M., Baumann, H., & Frisk, M. G. (2015). Growth and mortality in coastal populations of winter flounder: implications for recovery of a depleted population. Marine and Coastal Fisheries, 7(1): 246-259.

Gallagher, B. K., Hice, L. A., McElroy, A. E., Cerrato, R. M., & Frisk, M. G. (2015). Factors Influencing Daily Growth in Young-of-the-Year Winter Flounder along an Urban Gradient Revealed Using Hierarchical Linear Models. Marine and Coastal Fisheries, 7(1): 200-219.

Sagarese, S.R., M.G. Frisk, R.M. Cerrato, K.A. Sosebee, J.A. Musick, and P.J. Rago. (2015). Spatio-temporal overlap of spiny dogfish (Squalus acanthias) and commercial fisheries in the northeast US shelf large marine ecosystem. Fish. Bull. 113: 101-120.

Tomichek, C., J. Colby, M.A. Adonizio, K.J Dunton, M.G. Frisk, D. Fox, and A. Jordaan (2014) Tagged species detection: approach to monitoring marine species at marine hydrokinetics projects. Proceedings of the 2nd Marine Energy Technology Symposium. Seattle, WA, 2014.

Lopez, G. R., Carey, R., Carlton, J.T., Cerrato, R., Dam, H., DiGiovanni, R., Elphick, C., Frisk, M., Gobler, C., Hice, L., Howell, P., Jordaan, A., Lin, S., Liu, S., Lonsdale, D., McEnroe, M., McKown, K., McManus, G., Orson, R., Peterson, B., Pickerell, C., Rozsa, R., Shumway, S.E., Siuda, A., Streich, K., Talmage, S., Taylor, G., Thomas, E., Van Patten, M., Vaudrey, J., Wikfors, G., Yarish, C., and Zajac, R. 2014. Biology and Ecology of Long Island Sound. In Tedesco, M.A., Swanson, R.L., Yarish, C., Stacey, P.E., and Garza, C. (eds.), Long Island Sound: Prospects for the Urban Sea. Chapter 6, pp. 285-479. Springer.

O’Leary, S.J., Dunton, K.J., King, T.L., Frisk, M.G., Chapman, D. D. (2014). Genetic diversity and effective number of breeders of Atlantic sturgeon, Acipenser oxyrhinchus oxyrhinchus. Conservation Genetics. DOI: 10.1007/s10592-014-0609-9

McCauley, M. M., Cerrato, R. M., Sclafani, M., & Frisk, M. G. (2014). Diel Behavior in White Perch Revealed using Acoustic Telemetry. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 143(5): 1330-1340.

Collier, J.L., S.P. Fitzgerald, L.A. Hice, M.G. Frisk, and A.E. McElroy (2014) A New PCR-Based Method Shows That Blue Crabs (Callinectes sapidus (Rathbun)) Consume Winter Flounder (Pseudopleuronectes americanus (Walbaum)). Plos One 9.

Sagarese, S.R., M.G. Frisk, T.J. Miller, K.A. Sosebee, J.A. Musick, and P.J. Rago (2014) Influence of environmental, spatial, and ontogenetic variables on habitat selection and management of spiny dogfish in the Northeast (US) shelf large marine ecosystem. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 71(4), 567-580.

Skyler R. Sagarese, Michael G. Frisk, Robert M. Cerrato, Kathy A. Sosebee, John A. Musick, and Paul J. Rago (2014). Application of generalized additive models to examine ontogenetic and seasonal distributions of spiny dogfish (Squalus acanthias) in the Northeast (US) shelf large marine ecosystem. Can J. Fish. Aq. Sci. 71: 847-877.

Frisk, M.G., Jordaan, A., Miller, T.J. (2014) Moving beyond the current paradigm in marine population connectivity: are adults the missing link? Fish and Fisheries 15, 242-254.

Geers, T.M., E.K. Pikitch, M.G. Frisk (In Press-online February 5, 2014). An Original Model of the Northern Gulf of Mexico using Ecopath with Ecosim and its Implications for the Effects of Fishing on Ecosystem Structure and Maturity. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography.

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Christopher Gobler

Christopher Gobler

Endowed Chair

Coastal ecosystem ecology, climate change, harmful algal blooms, phytoplankton, ocean acidification, effects of multiple stressors on coastal marine resources, aquatic biogeochemistry

Grants

$1,600,000.00 1-Jan-2010 through 31-Dec-2016 Renaissance Charitable Foundation Incorporated: Southampton Coastal and Estuarine Research Program (SCERP)
$460,516.00 1-Sep-2010 through 31-Aug-2014 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration: ECOHAB: Establishing the Sources of Phosphorus Promoting Toxic Cyanobacteria Blooms in the US Great Lakes Using Gene Expression Assays (PI Christopher Gobler, Co-PI James Ammerman)
$142,817.49 1-Oct-2009 through 30-Mar-2014 Environmental Protection Agency: Research and Assessment to Fulfill the Long Island Sound Study’s Goals and Targets
$463,232.00 1-Sep-2011 through 31-Aug-2016 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration: MERHAB: Monitoring, Forecasting, and Enhanced Response to PSP and DSP Events in New York Coastal Waters
$533,000.00 1-Sep-2012 through 31-Aug-2016 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration: Using Ecological Models to Predict Population Effects of Increasing Ocean Acidification on Northeast US Resource Bivalves
$144,256.00 4-Apr-2013 through 3-Apr-2016 East Hampton Town Trustees: Assessing Harmful Algae and Pathogens in East Hampton Town Trustee Waters
$15,000.00 1-Apr-2013 through 31-Mar-2014 Long Island Community Foundation: Shinnecock Bay Restoration Program
$594,118.00 9-Jul-2013 through 30-Sep-2016 National Park Service: Assessing the Response of the Great South Bay Plankton Community to Hurricane Sandy  (PI Christopher Gobler, Co-PIs Darcy Lonsdale, Jackie Collier)
$2,158.83 1-Nov-2013 through 30-Jun-2014 Woods Hole Oceanographic Inst: Collaborative Research: Identification of Nitrogen Sources for Toxic Alexandrium Blooms Using a Novel Species -Specific Tracer, 815N-Saxitoxin
$16,390.05 1-Oct-2013 through 31-Dec-2016 NYS State Governors Office: NY-RISE: New York Research Institute for Storm Emergencies
$203,308.00 1-Feb-2014 through 31-Jan-2018 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration: New York Sea Grant’s Omnibus 2014 – 2018
$50,000.00 18-Dec-2013 through 31-Dec-2015 Housing Trust Fund Corporation: NY-RISE: New York Research Institute for Storm Emergencies
$100,000.00 18-Dec-2013 through 31-Dec-2015 Housing Trust Fund Corporation: NY-RISE: New York Research Institute for Storm Emergencies
$33,610.00 18-Dec-2013 through 31-Dec-2015 Housing Trust Fund Corporation: NY-RISE: New York Research Institute for Storm Emergencies
$8,623.00 1-Apr-2014 through 31-Dec-2014 State of Maryland Department of Natural Resources: Coastal Bays Brown Tide Assessment Project
$98,193.00 17-Jun-2014 through 31-Mar-2016 National Park Service: Assessing the Response of Juvenile and Adult Hard Clams to the New Breach in Great South Bay: Post-Hurricane Sandy Study
$246,521.00 22-Aug-2014 21-Aug-2016 National Park Service Acidification, Hypoxia, and Algal Blooms: Barriers to Current and Future Ecosystem Restoration and Climate Change Resilience in Jamaica Bay (Post Hurricane Sandy Study)
$49,998.00 16-Sep-2014 15-Sep-2016 National Park Service Assessing the Response of Indicator Bacteria in Great South Bay to Hurricane Sandy
$57,583.00 15-Aug-2014 31-Oct-2016 Virginia Institute of Marine Science Collaborative Research: Identification of Nitrogen Sources for Toxic Alexandrium Blooms Using a Novel Species-Specific Tracer, d15N-Saxitoxin
$24,000.00 1-Mar-2013 31-Dec-2014 Suffolk County Health Services MONITORING AND UNDERSTANDING TOXIC CYANOBACTERIA AND DETECTING RESTING CYSTS OF COCHLODINIUM POLYKRIKOIDES IN SEDIMENTS OF SUFFOLK COUNTY ESTUARIES
$96,192.00 22-Apr-2015 21-Apr-2016 Town of Southampton Towards the Migration of Excessive Nitrogen Loads to Coastal Waters in the Town of Southampton: Goal Setting and Public Education
$104,180.00 1-Sep-2015 31-Aug-2016 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration ECOHAB: Resolving the Effects of Resource Availability, Predation and Competition on Brown Tide Dynamics Using Metatranscriptomics
$648,600.00 1-Sep-2015 31-Aug-2016 Clean Water Technology Initiative Clean Water Technology Initiative
$25,000.00 1-Apr-2015 31-Mar-2016 Suffolk County Health Services Monitoring Toxic Cyanobacteria and Assessment of Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning and Diarrhetic Shellfish Poisoning Services
$649,856.00 1-Sep-2011 through 28-Feb-2015 National Science Foundation: Will Rising PCO2 Levels is the Ocean Affect Growth and Survival of Marine Fish Early Life Stages? (PI Hannes Baumann, Co-PI Christopher Gobler)
$240,000 01-May-2013 through 30-Apr-2016. Rauch Foundation: Assessing the impacts of land-derived nitrogen loads on coastal
resources
$3,000,000 01-May-2012 through 30-Apr-2017. Landeau Foundation: Shinnecock Bay Restoration Program
$198,000 01-Jul-2014 through 30-Jun-2016. Dolan Family Foundations: Long Island Marine Monitoring Network
$339,270 01-Mar-2015 through 28-Feb-2017. Friends of Georgica Pond: Environmental and Human Health Risks at Georgica Pond; Working Toward a Sustainable Plan for Remediation
$237,915 01-Sep-2015 through 31-Aug-2017. NYSDEC: Development of a coupled biological-physical model to predict and mitigate PSP-causing blooms of Alexandrium fundyense in Long Island Sound
$30,000 01-Jun-2015 through 31-May-2017. NYSDEC: Monitoring NYS lakes and ponds for toxic blue green algae

 

Publications

Gledhill, D.K., M.M. White, J. Salisbury, H. Thomas, I. Mlsna, M. Liebman, B. Mook, J. Grear, A.C. Candelmo, R.C. Chambers, C.J. Gobler, C.W. Hunt, A.L. King, N.N. Price, S.R. Signorini, E. Stancioff, C. Stymiest, R.A. Wahle, J.D. Waller, N.D. Rebuck, Z.A. Wang, T.L. Capson, J.R. Morrison, S.R. Cooley, and S.C. Doney. (2015). Ocean and coastal acidification off New England and Nova Scotia. Oceanography 28(2), 182–197, http://dx.doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2015.41

Berry, D. L., J. A. Goleski, F. Koch, C. C. Wall, B. J. Peterson, O. R. Anderson and C. J. Gobler. 2015. Shifts in Cyanobacterial Strain Dominance during Onset of Harmful Algal Blooms in Florida Bay, USA. Molecular Ecology 70: 361-371.

Harke, M. J., Davis, T. W., Watson, S. B., & Gobler, C. J. (2015). Nutrient-controlled niche differentiation of western Lake Erie cyanobacterial populations revealed via metatranscriptomic surveys. Environmental science & technology.

Xu, N., Tang, Y. Z., Qin, J., Duan, S., & Gobler, C. J. (2015). Ability of the marine diatoms Pseudo-nitzschia multiseries and P. pungens to inhibit the growth of co-occurring phytoplankton via allelopathy. Aquat Microb Ecol, 74, 29-41.

Park, B. S., Kim, J. H., Kim, J. H., Gobler, C. J., Baek, S. H., & Han, M. S. (2015). Dynamics of bacterial community structure during blooms of Cochlodinium polykrikoides (Gymnodiniales, Dinophyceae) in Korean coastal waters. Harmful Algae, 48, 44-54.

Hattenrath‐Lehmann, T., & Gobler, C. J. (2015). The contribution of inorganic and organic nutrients to the growth of a North American isolate of the mixotrophic dinoflagellate, Dinophysis acuminata. Limnology and Oceanography, 60(5), 1588-1603.

Baumann, H., Wallace, R.B., Tagliaferri, T., and Gobler, C.J. (2015). Large natural pH, CO2 and O2 fluctuations in a temperate tidal saltmarsh on diel, seasonal, and interannual time scales. Estuaries &Coasts. 38(1), 220-231. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s12237-014-9800-y

Tang, Y. Z., & Gobler, C. J. (2015). Sexual resting cyst production by the dinoflagellate Akashiwo sanguinea: a potential mechanism contributing toward the ubiquitous distribution of a harmful alga. Journal of Phycology.

DePasquale, E., Baumann, H., & Gobler, C. J. (2015). Vulnerability of early life stage Northwest Atlantic forage fish to ocean acidification and low oxygen. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 523, 145-156.

Malvezzi, A. J., Murray, C. S., Feldheim, K. A., DiBattista, J. D., Garant, D., Gobler, C. J., Chapman, D. D. … & Baumann, H. (2015). A quantitative genetic approach to assess the evolutionary potential of a coastal marine fish to ocean acidification.Evolutionary applications.

Baumann, Z., N.S. Fisher, C.J. Gobler, K.O. Buesseler, J.A. George, S.M. Pike, and C.F. Breier. 2015. Fukushima 137Cs at the base of planktonic food webs off Japan. Deep-Sea Research Part I 106: 9-16.

Kang, Y., Koch, F., & Gobler, C. J. (2015). The interactive roles of nutrient loading and zooplankton grazing in facilitating the expansion of harmful algal blooms caused by the pelagophyte, Aureoumbra lagunensis, to the Indian River Lagoon, FL, USA. Harmful Algae, 49, 162-173.

Murray, C.M., Malvezzi, A., Gobler, C.J., and Baumann, H. (2014). Offspring sensitivity to ocean acidification changes seasonally in a coastal marine fish. Marine Ecology Progress Series http://dx.doi.org/10.3354/meps10791

Frischkorn, K. R., Harke, M. J., Gobler, C.J., & Dyhrman, S. T. (2014). De novo assembly of Aureococcus anophagefferens transcriptomes reveals diverse responses to the low nutrient and low light conditions present during blooms. Frontiers in microbiology, 5.

Koch, F., Kang, Y., Villareal, T. A., Anderson, D. M., & Gobler, C.J. (2014). Novel immunofluorescence flow cytometry technique detects the expansion of harmful brown tides caused by Aureoumbra lagunensis to the Caribbean Sea. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, AEM-00888.

Treible LM, Lonsdale DJ, Gobler CJ (2014). Role of the ctenophore Mnemiopsis leidyi in nutrient cycling in Long Island Sound, New York, USA. Mar Ecol Prog Ser 510:215-227

George, J. A., Lonsdale, D. J., Merlo, L. R., & Gobler, C. J. (2014). The interactive roles of temperature, nutrients, and zooplankton grazing in controlling the winter–spring phytoplankton bloom in a temperate, coastal ecosystem, Long Island Sound. Limnology and Oceanography.

Hattenrath‐Lehmann, T. K., Smith, J. L., Wallace, R. B., Merlo, L. R., Koch, F., Mittelsdorf, H., … & Gobler, C. J. (2014). The effects of elevated CO2 on the growth and toxicity of field populations and cultures of the saxitoxin‐producing dinoflagellate, Alexandrium fundyense. Limnology and Oceanography.

Wurch, L., Gobler CJ., Dhyrman S.D. (2014). Expression of a xanthine and phosphate transporter in cultures and field populations of the harmful alga Aureococcus anophagefferens: tracking nutritional physiology during brown tides. Environmental Microbiology, 16(8), 2444-2457. DOI: 10.1111/1462-2920.12374

Moniruzzaman M, LeCleir GR, Brown CM, Gobler CJ, Bidle KD, Wilson WH, Wilhelm SW. (2014). Genome of brown tide virus (AaV), the little giant of the Megaviridae, elucidates NCLDV genome expansion and host–virus coevolution. Journal of Virology. 466, 60-70 DOI: 10.1016/j.virol.2014.06.031

Hattenrath-Lehmann TK, Marcoval MA, Mittelsdorf H, Wang Z, Haynes B, Morton SL, Gobler CJ. (2014). Nitrogenous nutrients promote the growth and toxicity of Dinophysis acuminata during estuarine bloom events. PLOS ONE e0124148DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0124148

Lopez, G. R., Carey, R., Carlton, J.T., Cerrato, R., Dam, H., DiGiovanni, R., Elphick, C., Frisk, M., Gobler, C., Hice, L., Howell, P., Jordaan, A., Lin, S., Liu, S., Lonsdale, D., McEnroe, M., McKown, K., McManus, G., Orson, R., Peterson, B., Pickerell, C., Rozsa, R., Shumway, S.E., Siuda, A., Streich, K., Talmage, S., Taylor, G., Thomas, E., Van Patten, M., Vaudrey, J., Wikfors, G., Yarish, C., and Zajac, R. 2014. Biology and Ecology of Long Island Sound. In Tedesco, M.A., Swanson, R.L., Yarish, C., Stacey, P.E., and Garza, C. (eds.), Long Island Sound: Prospects for the Urban Sea. Chapter 6, pp. 285-479. Springer.

Suter EA, Lwiza KMM, Rose JM, Gobler C, Taylor GT (2014). Phytoplankton assemblage changes during decadal decreases in nitrogen loadings to the urbanized Long Island Sound estuary, USA. Mar Ecol Prog Ser 497, 51-67

Park, B. S., Wang, P., Kim, J. H., Kim, J. H., Gobler, C.J., & Han, M. S. (2014). Resolving the intra-specific succession within Cochlodinium polykrikoides populations in southern Korean coastal waters via use of quantitative PCR assays. Harmful Algae, 37, 133-141.

Tang, Y. Z., Kang, Y., Berry, D., & Gobler, C. J. (2014). The ability of the red macroalga, Porphyra purpurea (Rhodophyceae) to inhibit the proliferation of seven common harmful microalgae. Journal of Applied Phycology, 27(1), 531-544.

Wurch, L. L., Gobler, C.J., & Dyhrman, S. T. (2014). Expression of a xanthine permease and phosphate transporter in cultures and field populations of the harmful alga Aureococcus anophagefferens: tracking nutritional deficiency during brown tides. Environmental microbiology. Chicago

Keeling PJ, Burki F, Gobler CJ, and 65 others. (2014). The functional diversity of eukaryotic life in the oceans through transcriptome sequencing. PLOS Biology, 12 : e1001889, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pbio.1001889

Gobler CJ, Depasquale EL, Griffith AW, Baumann H. (2014). Hypoxia and acidification have additive and synergistic negative effects on the growth, survival, and metamorphosis of early life stage bivalves. PLoS ONE 9(1), e83648. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0083648

Wallace, R. B., & Gobler, C. J. (2014). Factors Controlling Blooms of Microalgae and Macroalgae (Ulva rigida) in a Eutrophic, Urban Estuary: Jamaica Bay, NY, USA. Estuaries and Coasts, 1-15.

Gobler CJ, Talmage SC. (2014). Physiological response and resilience of early life stage Eastern oysters (Crassostrea virginica) to past, present, and future ocean acidification. Conservation Physiology, 2, 1-15

Rountos, K.J., Tang, Y.Z., Cerrato, R.M., Gobler, C.J., Pikitch, E.K. (2014). Toxicity of the harmful dinoflagellate Cochlodinium polykrikoides to early life stages of three estuarine forage fish. Mar Ecol Prog Ser 505: 81-94

Koch, F., Burson, A., Tang, Y. Z., Collier, J. L., Fisher, N. S., Sañudo-Wilhelmy, S., & Gobler, C. J. (2014). Alteration of plankton communities and biogeochemical cycles by harmful Cochlodinium polykrikoides (Dinophyceae) blooms. Harmful Algae, 33(0), 41-54. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.hal.2014.01.003

Wallace, R. B., Baumann, H., Grear, J. S., Aller, R. C., & Gobler, C. J. (2014). Coastal ocean acidification: The other eutrophication problem. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science.

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Sultan Hameed

Sultan Hameed

Professor

Climate change: analysis, impacts, and predictability

Grants

$23,184.00 1-Sep-2015 31-Mar-2016 NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Support for Geller Symposium (PI Sultan Hameed, Co-PI Edmund Chang)
$545,046.00 1-Aug-2011 through 31-Jul-2015 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration: Prediction, Validation, and Calibration of Coastal Storms and Associated High Impact Weather in Ensemble Regional Climate Simulations Over the Northeast U.S. (PI Brian Colle, Co-PIs Sultan Hameed, Minghua Zhang, Ping Liu, Edmund Chang)
$115,834.00 1-Jul-2014 30-Jun-2016 University of Michigan FATE Proposal: Incorporating an Environmental Index into the Southern New England Mid-Atlantic Yellowtail Flounder Stock Assessment with Potential Predictability (PI Janet Nye, Co-PI Sultan Hameed)
$75,040.00 1-May-2015 31-Dec-2015 Suffolk County Department of Economic Development Effects from the Cooling Water Discharge at the Millstone Nuclear Power Station on the Temperatures of Long Island Sound (PI Larry Swanson, Co-PI Sultan Hameed, Robert Wilson)

Publications

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Marat Khairoutdinov

Marat Khairoutdinov

Professor

Climate modeling, high-resolution cloud modeling, cloud microphysics, super-parameterization, massively parallel super-computing, cloud parameterization

Grants

$125,615.00 15-Sep-2010 through 31-Aug-2014 National Science Foundation: Collaborative Research: Convective Organization and Climate
$445,242.62 1-Jul-2011 through 30-Jun-2016 Colorado State University: Center for Multi-Scale Modeling of Atmospheric Processes (MMAP)
$329,872.00 15-Jun-2011 through 31-May-2015 National Science Foundation: Collaborative Research: Simulations of Anthropogenic Climate Change Using a Multi-Scale Modeling Framework
$149,990.00 15-Aug-2012 through 14-Aug-2015 Colorado State University: Collaborative Project: High-Resolution Global Modeling of the Effects of Subgrid-Scale Clouds and Turbulences on Precipitating Cloud Systems
$194,366.00 15-Aug-2014 14-Aug-2016 US Department of Energy Expanding the Computational Frontier of Multi-Scale Atmospheric Simulation to Advance Understanding of Low Cloud / Climate Feedbacks
$283,791.00 15-Dec-2014 30-Nov-2017 National Science Foundation Collaborative Research: Self-Aggregation of Moist Convection, Radiative-Convective Instability, and the Regulation of Tropical Climate
$782,030.00 5-May-2009 through 4-May-2014 NASA Goddard Space Flight Center: Using Satellite Measurements to Improve Modeling of Low Clouds and Their Climate Feedbacks in General Circulation Models (GCMS) (PI Minghua Zhang, Co-PI Marat Khairoutdinov)
$902,956.40 15-Sep-2009 through 14-Sep-2014 US Department of Energy: Continuous Evaluation of Fast Processes in Climate Models Using Arm Measurements (PI Minghua Zhang, Co-PI Marat Khairoutdinov)

 

Publications

Bretherton, C. S., & Khairoutdinov, M. F. (2015). Convective self‐aggregation feedbacks in near‐global cloud‐resolving simulations of an aquaplanet. Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems.

Khairoutdinov, M., & Zhou, X. (2015, April). Changes in sub-daily precipitation extremes in a global climate model with super-parameterization under CO2 warming. In EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts (Vol. 17, p. 7931).

Vogelmann, A. M., Fridlind, A. M., Toto, T., Endo, S., Lin, W., Wang, J., … Zhang, MH & Khairoutdinov, M. (2015). RACORO Continental Boundary Layer Cloud Investigations. Part I: Case Study Development and Ensemble Large‐Scale Forcings. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres.

Alfaro, D. A., & Khairoutdinov, M. (2015). Thermodynamic constraints on the morphology of simulated midlatitude squall lines. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, (2015).

Liu, P., Zhang, Q., Zhang, C., Zhu, Y., Khairoutdinov, M., Kim, H. M., … & Zhang, M. (2015). A Revised Real-Time Multivariate MJO Index. Monthly Weather Review, (2015).

Lee, J. M., & Khairoutdinov, M. (2015). A Simplified Land Model (SLM) for use in cloud‐resolving models: Formulation and evaluation. Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems, 7(3), 1368-1392.

Bretherton, C.S., and M. Khairoutdinov, (2015). Convective self-aggregation feedbacks in near-global cloud-resolving simulations of an aquaplanet. J. Adv. Model. Earth Syst., DOI: 10.1002/2015MS000499

Randall, D. A., DeMott, C., Stan, C., Khairoutdinov, M., Benedict, J., McCrary, R., … & Branson, M. (2014). Simulations of the tropical general circulation with a multiscale global model. Meteor. Monogr.

Hyemi Kim

Hyemi Kim

Associate Professor

low frequency climate variability, tropical meteorology, ocean-atmosphere interaction, prediction and predictability, tropical cyclone activity, extreme events

Grants

$23,551.67 1-May-2013 through 28-Feb-2014 Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology: Optimization of the Global Seasonal Prediction System by Improving Land Surface Processes
$24,646.39 1-Mar-2014 through 28-Feb-2015 Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology: Optimization of the Global Seasonal Prediction System by Improving Land Surface Processes
$23,179.00 1-Mar-2015 through 29-Feb-2016 Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology Optimization of the Global Seasonal Prediction System by Improving Land Surface Processes
$69,515.00 1-Aug-2015 31-Jul-2016 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Prediction of Atmospheric Rivers in NMME
$0.00 1-Oct-2013 through 31-Dec-2016 NYS State Governors Office: NY-RISE: New York Research Institute for Storm Emergencies
$138,183 1-Feb 2014 through 31-Jan-2017: Mid-Atlantic Sea Grant, Understanding the Impacts of Climate Change on the Distribution, Population Connectivity, and Fisheries for Summer Flounder in the Mid-Atlantic

 

Publications

Yoo, C., S. Park, D. Kim, J. H. Yoon, and H. M. Kim, 2015: Boreal winter MJO teleconnection in the Community Atmosphere Model version 5 with the Unified Convection parameterization, J. Climate, 28, 8135-8150

Thorne, L. H., E. L. Hazen, S.J. Bograd, D.G. Foley, M.G. Conners, M.A. Kappes, H. M. Kim, Y. Tremblay, D.P. Costa, and S.A. Shaffer, 2015: Foraging behavior links climate variability and reproduction in North Pacific albatrosses, Movement Ecology, 3:27, DOI: 10.1186/s40462-015-0050-9

Liu, P., Zhang, Q., Zhang, C., Zhu, Y., Khairoutdinov, M., Kim, H. M., … & Zhang, M. (2015). A Revised Real-Time Multivariate MJO Index. Monthly Weather Review, (2015).

Kim, H. M. E. K. Chang, M. Zhang, 2015: Statistical-dynamical seasonal forecast for tropical cyclones affecting New York State, Weather and Forecasting, 30, 295-307

Kim, H. M. and M. Alexander, 2015: ENSO’s modulation of water vapor transport over the Pacific North America region, J. Climate, 28, 3846-3856

Xu, H., Kim, H. M., Nye, J. A., & Hameed, S. (2015). Impacts of north Atlantic Oscillation on SEA surface temperature on the Northeast US continental shelf. Continental Shelf Research, 105, 60-66.

Kim. H. M., James Belanger, Eric Blake, Savin S. Chand, Prashant Goswami, Myong-In Lee, Kazuyoshi Oouchi, Jae-Kyung Schemm, Michael Ventrice, Bin Wang, Liguang Wu, 2014: Chapter 5.3: Beyond synoptic timescale /Intraseasonal timescales, Documentation, 8th International workshop on tropical cyclone, WMO.

Kim, D. M., M. I. Lee, H. M. Kim, S. D. Shubert and J. Yoo, 2014: The Modulation of Tropical Storm Activity in the Western North Pacific by the MJO in GEOS-5 AGCM Experiments, Atm. Sci. Lett, 15 (4), 335-341

Kang, D., M. I Lee, J. Im, D. Kim, H. M. Kim, H. S. Kang, S. D. Schubert, A. Arribas, and C. MacLachlan, 2014: Prediction of the Arctic Oscillation in Boreal Winter by Dynamical Seasonal Forecasting Systems. Geophys. Res. Lett., 41, 3577-3585

Kim, H. M., P. J. Webster, V. E. Toma, and D. Kim, 2014: Predictability and prediction skill of the MJO in two operational forecasting systems, J. Climate, 27 (14), 5364-5378.

Kim, H. M., Y. G. Ham, A. A. Scaife, 2014: Improvement of initialized decadal predictions over the North Pacific Ocean by systematic anomaly pattern correction, J. Climate, 27 (13), 5148-5162.

Daniel Knopf

Daniel Knopf

Professor

Atmospheric Chemistry, Microphysics and Chemistry of Atmospheric Aerosols, Heterogeneous Atmospheric Chemistry and Kinetics

Grants

$682,106.00 10-Feb-2009 through 30-Sep-2015 National Science Foundation: CAREER: Chemical Aging of Biomass Burning Aerosol by Heterogeneous and Photosensitized Heterogeneous Reactions with Atmospheric Trace Gases
$331,170.00 17-Aug-2012 through 31-Aug-2016 US Department of Energy: Relating the Chemical and Physical Properties of Aerosols to the Water Uptake and Ice Nucleation Potential of Particles Collected During the Carbonaceous Aerosols and Radiative Effects Study (CARES)
$321,512.00 1-Jul-2015 30-Jun-2018 National Science Foundation The Effect of Particle Phase State on Multiphase Hydroxyl Radical OH Oxidation Kinetics and Products of Biomass Burning Aerosol
$661,683.00 1-Sep-2012 through 31-Aug-2016 National Science Foundation: Cloud Forming Potential of Marine Biogenic Aerosols and Their Physiochemical Properties (PI Josephine Aller, Co-PI Daniel Knopf)
$490,163.00 15-Aug-2013 through 31-Jul-2016 National Science Foundation: MRI: Acquisition of Spectrum-Spanning (UV-NIR) Raman-Atomic Force Microspectrometric System for Submicron 3-D Chemical Mapping of Cellular, Natural and Synthetic Materials (PI Gordon Taylor, Co-PI Daniel Knopf)

 

Publications

Alpert, P. A., & Knopf, D. A. (2015). Analysis of isothermal and cooling rate dependent immersion freezing by a unifying stochastic ice nucleation model. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions, 15(9), 13109-13166.

Rachel E O’Brien, Bingbing Wang, Alexander Laskin, Nicole Riemer, Matthew West, Qi Zhang, Yele Sun, Xiao‐Ying Yu, Peter Alpert, Daniel A Knopf, Mary K Gilles, Ryan C Moffet (2015). Chemical imaging of ambient aerosol particles: Observational constraints on mixing state parameterization. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 120(18), 9591-9605.

Andrea M. Arangio, Jonathan H. Slade, Thomas Berkemeier, Ulrich Pöschl, Daniel A. Knopf, Manabu Shiraiwa (2015). Multiphase Chemical Kinetics of OH Radical Uptake by Molecular Organic Markers of Biomass Burning Aerosols: Humidity and Temperature Dependence, Surface Reaction, and Bulk Diffusion, J. Phys. Chem. A, 119, 4533−4544.

Slade, J. H., Thalman, R., Wang, J., & Knopf, D. A. (2015). Chemical aging of single and multicomponent biomass burning aerosol surrogate particles by OH: implications for cloud condensation nucleus activity. Atmos. Chem. Phys., 15, 10183–10201.

DA Knopf, U Pöschl, M Shiraiwa (2015). Radial Diffusion and Penetration of Gas Molecules and Aerosol Particles through Laminar Flow Reactors, Denuders, and Sampling Tubes. Analytical chemistry 87 (7), 3746-3754.

Forrester, S. M., & Knopf, D. A. (2015). Corrigendum to “Photosensitised heterogeneous oxidation kinetics of biomass burning aerosol surrogates by ozone using an irradiated rectangular channel flow reactor”. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 15 (8), 4043-4043

Alpert, P. A., Kilthau, W. P., Bothe, D. W., Radway, J. C., Aller, J. Y., & Knopf, D. A. (2015). The influence of marine microbial activities on aerosol production: A laboratory mesocosm study. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 120(17), 8841-8860.

Wilson, T. W., Ladino, L. A., Alpert, P. A., Breckels, M. N., Brooks, I. M., Browse, J., Burrows, S.M., Carslaw, K.S., Huffman, J.A., Judd, C., Kilthau, W.P., Mason, R.H., McFiggans, G., Miller, L.A., Nájera, J.J., Polishchuk, E., Rae, S., Schiller, C.L., Si, M., Temprado, J.V., Whale, T.F., Wong, J.P.S., Wurl, O., Yakobi-Hancock, J.D., Abbatt, J.P.D., Aller, J.Y., Bertram, A.K., Knopf, D.A., & Murray, B.J. (2015). A marine biogenic source of atmospheric ice-nucleating particles. Nature, 525(7568), 234-238.

Knopf, D. A., Alpert, P. A., Wang, B., O’Brien, R. E., Kelly, S. T., Laskin, A., GIlles, M.K. & Moffet, R. C. (2014). Microspectroscopic imaging and characterization of individually identified ice nucleating particles from a case field study. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 119(17), 10-365.

JH Slade, DA Knopf (2014). Multiphase OH oxidation kinetics of organic aerosol: The role of particle phase state and relative humidity. Geophysical Research Letters 41 (14), 5297-5306.

Pavlos Kollias

Pavlos Kollias

Professor

Cloud Microphysics and Dynamics, Environmental Remote Sensing, Radar Meteorology and Technology

Grants

$154,250.00 15-Feb-2015 14-Feb-2016 University of Washington Microphysical-Macrophysical Interactions in Low Cloud Systems Over the Eastern North Atlantic

 

Publications

A. J. Illingworth, H. W. Barker, A. Beljaars, M. Ceccaldi, H. Chepfer, N. Clerbaux, J. Cole, J. Delanoë, C. Domenech, D. P. Donovan, S. Fukuda, M. Hirakata, R. J. Hogan, A. Huenerbein, P. Kollias, T. Kubota, T. Nakajima, T. Y. Nakajima, T. Nishizawa, Y. Ohno, H. Okamoto, R. Oki, K. Sato, M. Satoh, M. W. Shephard, A. Velázquez-Blázquez, U. Wandinger, T. Wehr, and G.-J. van Zadelhoff, (2015), The EarthCARE Satellite: The Next Step Forward in Global Measurements of Clouds, Aerosols, Precipitation, and Radiation. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 96, 1311–1332. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1175/BAMS-D-12-00227.1

Robert Wood, Matthew Wyant, Christopher S. Bretherton, Jasmine Rémillard, Pavlos Kollias, Jennifer Fletcher, Jayson Stemmler, Simone de Szoeke, Sandra Yuter, Matthew Miller, David Mechem, George Tselioudis, J. Christine Chiu, Julian A. L. Mann, Ewan J. O’Connor, Robin J. Hogan, Xiquan Dong, Mark Miller, Virendra Ghate, Anne Jefferson, Qilong Min, Patrick Minnis, Rabindra Palikonda, Bruce Albrecht, Ed Luke, Cecile Hannay, and Yanluan Lin, (2015), Clouds, Aerosols, and Precipitation in the Marine Boundary Layer: An Arm Mobile Facility Deployment.Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 96, 419–440. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1175/BAMS-D-13-00180.1

Chandra, A., Zhang, C., Kollias, P., Matrosov, S., and Szyrmer, W, (2015), Automated rain rate estimates using the Ka-band ARM zenith radar (KAZR), Atmos. Meas. Tech., 8, 3685-3699, doi:10.5194/amt-8-3685-2015.

Battaglia, A. and P. Kollias, (2015), Error Analysis of a Conceptual Cloud Doppler Stereoradar with Polarization Diversity for Better Understanding Space Applications. J. Atmos. Oceanic Technol., 32, 1298–1319. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1175/JTECH-D-14-00015.1

Maximilian Maahn, Ulrich Löhnert, Pavlos Kollias, Robert C. Jackson, and Greg M. McFarquhar, (2015), Developing and Evaluating Ice Cloud Parameterizations for Forward Modeling of Radar Moments Using in situ Aircraft Observations. J. Atmos. Oceanic Technol., 32, 880–903. doi: 10.1175/JTECH-D-14-00112.1

Gail Skofronick-Jackson, David Hudak, Walter Petersen, Stephen W. Nesbitt, V. Chandrasekar, Stephen Durden, Kirstin J. Gleicher, Gwo-Jong Huang, Paul Joe, Pavlos Kollias, Kimberly A. Reed, Mathew R. Schwaller, Ronald Stewart, Simone Tanelli, Ali Tokay, James R. Wang, and Mengistu Wolde, (2015), Global Precipitation Measurement Cold Season Precipitation Experiment (GCPEX): For Measurement’s Sake, Let It Snow. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 96, 1719–1741. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1175/BAMS-D-13-00262.1

Mechem, D. B., Giangrande, S. E., Wittman, C. S., Borque, P., Toto, T. and Kollias, P. (2015), Insights from modeling and observational evaluation of a precipitating continental cumulus event observed during the MC3E field campaign. J. Geophys. Res. Atmos., 120, 1980–1995. doi: 10.1002/2014JD022255.

Zhou, X., P. Kollias and E. Lewis, (2015), Clouds, Precipitation, and Marine Boundary Layer Structure during the MAGIC Field Campaign. J. Climate, 28, 2420–2442. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1175/JCLI-D-14-00320.1

Zermeno, D., C. Zhang, P. Kollias and H. Kalesse, (2015), Shallow Cloud Moistening in MJO and non-MJO Large-Scale Convective Events over the ARM Manus Site. J. Atmos. Sciences, doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1175/JAS-D-14-0322.1

Lamer, K., P. Kollias, and L. Nuijens (2015), Observations of the variability of shallow trade wind cumulus cloudiness and mass flux. J. Geophys. Res. Atmos., 120, 6161–6178. doi: 10.1002/2014JD022950.

Marcus van Lier-Walqui, Ann Fridlind, Andrew Ackerman, Scott Collis, Jonathan Helmus, Donald MacGorman Kirk North, Pavlos Kollias and Derek Posselt, (2015), Polarimetric radar signatures of deep convection: characteristics of KDP columns observed during MC3E. Monthly Weather Review 2015; e-View doi: 10.1175/MWR-D-15-0100.1

Jiwen Fan, Yi-Chin Liu, Kuan-Man Xu, Kirk North, Scott Collis, Xiquan Dong, Guang J. Zhang, Qian Chen, Kollias Pavlos, and Steven J. Ghan, (2015), Improving Representation of Convective Transport for Scale-Aware Parameterization – Part I: Convection and Cloud Properties Simulated with Spectral-Bin and Bulk Microphysics. Accepted, Journal of Geophysical Research – Atmospheres

Kneifel, S., A.von Lerber, J. Tiira, D. Moisseev, P. Kollias, and J. Leinonen (2015), Observed relations between snowfall microphysics and triple-frequency radar measurements. J. Geophys. Res. Atmos., 120, 6034–6055. doi:10.1002/2015JD023156.

Jensen, M., et al., (2015), The Midlatitude Continental Convective Clouds Experiment (MC3E). Accepted to the Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society

Lamer, K., and P. Kollias (2015), Observations of fair-weather cumuli over land: Dynamical factors controlling cloud size and cover, Geophys. Res. Lett., 42, 8693–8701, doi:10.1002/2015GL064534

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Cindy Lee

Cindy Lee

Distinguished Professor Emeritus

Grants

$34,009.00 1-Feb-2011 through 31-Jan-2014 Virginia Institute of Marine Science: Impacts of Changing Climate and Land Use on Carbon Cycling and Budgets of the Coastal Ocean Margin: Observations, Analysis, and Modeling
$1,621,052.00 1-Apr-2011 through 31-Mar-2016 National Science Foundation: Do Interactions Between Vertically and Horizontally Transported Particles Measurably Affect Particle Composition and Flux to the Sediments? A Mechanistic Approach (PI David Black, Co-PIs Kirk Cochran, Cindy Lee and Robert Armstrong)

 

Publications
Jeffrey Levinton

Jeffrey Levinton

Distinguished Professor

Conservation biology, developmental evolution

Ping Liu

Ping Liu

Research Associate Professor

Climate change, dynamics and modeling; 

Grants

$153,275.00 1-May-2015 30-Apr-2016 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Calibration and Evaluation of GEFS Ensemble Forecasts at Weeks 2-4
$702,745.00 1-Jun-2011 through 31-Jan-2016 National Science Foundation: High-Resolution Radiosonde Data, Gravity Waves, Turbulence, and the Extratropical Tropopause (PI Marvin Geller, Co-PI Ping Liu)
$545,046.00 1-Aug-2011 through 31-Jul-2015 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration: Prediction, Validation, and Calibration of Coastal Storms and Associated High Impact Weather in Ensemble Regional Climate Simulations Over the Norheast U.S. (PI Brian Colle, Co-PIs Sultan Hameed, Minghua Zhang, Ping Liu, Edmund Chang)

 

Publications
Darcy Lonsdale

Darcy Lonsdale

Professor

Ecology and physiology of marine zooplankton; food web dynamics of estuarine plankton and the impacts of harmful algal blooms.

Grants

$139,759.87 1-Oct-2009 through 30-Mar-2014 Environmental Protection Agency: Research and Assessment to Fulfill the Long Island Sound Study’s Goals and Targets
$594,118.00 9-Jul-2013 through 30-Sep-2016 National Park Service: Assessing the Response of the Great South Bay Plankton Community to Hurricane Sandy  (PI Christopher Gobler, Co-PIs Darcy Lonsdale, Jackie Collier)

 

Publications

Treible LM, Lonsdale DJ, Gobler CJ (2014). Role of the ctenophore Mnemiopsis leidyi in nutrient cycling in Long Island Sound, New York, USA. Mar Ecol Prog Ser 510:215-227

George, J. A., Lonsdale, D. J., Merlo, L. R., & Gobler, C. J. (2014). The interactive roles of temperature, nutrients, and zooplankton grazing in controlling the winter–spring phytoplankton bloom in a temperate, coastal ecosystem, Long Island Sound. Limnology and Oceanography.

Lopez, G. R., Carey, R., Carlton, J.T., Cerrato, R., Dam, H., DiGiovanni, R., Elphick, C., Frisk, M., Gobler, C., Hice, L., Howell, P., Jordaan, A., Lin, S., Liu, S., Lonsdale, D., McEnroe, M., McKown, K., McManus, G., Orson, R., Peterson, B., Pickerell, C., Rozsa, R., Shumway, S.E., Siuda, A., Streich, K., Talmage, S., Taylor, G., Thomas, E., Van Patten, M., Vaudrey, J., Wikfors, G., Yarish, C., and Zajac, R. 2014. Biology and Ecology of Long Island Sound. In Tedesco, M.A., Swanson, R.L., Yarish, C., Stacey, P.E., and Garza, C. (eds.), Long Island Sound: Prospects for the Urban Sea. Chapter 6, pp. 285-479. Springer.

McNamara, M. E., & Lonsdale, D. J. (2014). Interannual differences in microplankton drive changes in the feeding and fecundity of< i> Mnemiopsis leidyi in a Long Island estuary. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 144, 1-7. Chicago

McNamara, M.E., D.J. Lonsdale, and R.M. Cerrato (2014). Role of eutrophication in structuring planktonic communities in the presence of the ctenophore Mnemiopsis leidyi. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 510: 151-165

Kamazima Lwiza

Kamazima Lwiza

Associate Professor

Structure and dynamics of shelf-seas and remote sensing oceanography

Grants

$435,402.00 1-Jul-2015 30-Jun-2019 National Environment Research Council (NERC) HyCRISTAL: Integrating Hydro-Climate Science into Policy Decisions for Climate-Resilient Infrastructure and Livelihoods in East Africa
$15,000 1-Oct-2013 through 31-Dec-2016 NYS State Governors Office: NY-RISE: New York Research Institute for Storm Emergencies
$1,593,092 1-Jun-2009 through 30-Sept-2016 National Science Foundation. GeoPREP Track 2: Expanding the Geoscience Pathway

 

Publications
Heather Lynch

Heather Lynch

Assistant Professor

Development and application of statistics

Grants

 

Publications

Trathan, P. N., P. García-Borboroglu, D. Boersma, C.-A. Bost, R. J. M. Crawford, G. T. Crossin, R. J. Cuthbert, P. Dann, L. S. Davis, S. De la Puente, U. Ellenberg, H.J. Lynch, T. Mattern, K. Pütz, P. J. Seddon, W. Trivelpiece, B. Wienecke. 2015. Assessing human impacts on marine systems, especially upon penguin species: how much do we care? Conservation Biology 29(1): 31-41.

Casanovas, P.V., R. Naveen, S. Forrest, J. Poncet, and H.J. Lynch. 2015. A comprehensive coastal seabird survey maps out the front lines of ecological change on the Western Antarctic Peninsula. Polar Biology 38: 927-940.

LaRue, M., G. Kooyman, H.J. Lynch, and P. Fretwell. 2015. Emigration in emperor penguins: Implications for interpretation of long-term studies. Ecography 38: 114-120.

Harris, C.M., K. Lorenz, L.D.C. Fishpool, B. Lascelles, J. Cooper, N. Coria, J.P. Croxall, L.M. Emmerson, R. Fijn, P. Jouventin, M.A. LaRue, Y. Le Maho, H.J. Lynch, R. Naveen, S. Poncet, R.A. Phillips, C.J. Southwell, J.A. van Franeker, H. Weimerskirch, B. Wienecke, and E.J. Woehler. 2015. Important Bird Areas in Antarctica Summary 2015. BirdLife International and Environmental Research & Assessment Ltd., Cambridge.

Lynch, H.J., M. Rhainds, J. Calabrese, S. Cantrell, C. Cosner, and W.F. Fagan. 2014. How climate extremes – not means – define a species’ geographic range boundary via a demographic tipping point. Ecological Monographs 84: 131-149.

Zipkin, E.F., J.T. Thorson, K. See, H. J. Lynch, E.H.C. Grant, Y. Kanno, R.B. Chandler, B.H. Letcher, J.A. Royle. 2014. Modeling structured population dynamics using data from unmarked individuals. Ecology 95: 22-29.

LaRue, M.A., H. J. Lynch, P. Lyver, K. Barton, D.G. Ainley, A.M. Pollard, G. Ballard. 2014. Establishing a method to estimate Adelie penguin populations using remotely-sensed imagery. Polar Biology 37: 507-517.

Casanovas, P.V., H. J. Lynch, W.F. Fagan. 2014. Using citizen science to estimate lichen diversity. Biological Conservation 171: 1-8.

Lynch, H.J., and M.A. LaRue. 2014. First global survey of Adelie penguin populations. The Auk 131(4): 457-466.

Lynch, H.J., and M.R. Schwaller. 2014. Multi-sensor cross-validation of Adelie penguin detection and abundance estimation. PLoS ONE 9(11): e113301.

Lynch, H.J., J. Thorson, and O. Shelton. 2014. Dealing with under- and over-dispersed count data in life history, spatial, and community ecology. Ecology 95(11): 3173-3180.

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Daniel Madigan

Daniel Madigan

Adjunct Professor

trophic ecology and migration patterns of pelagic predators such as tunas, sharks, and other highly migratory species

Publications

Baumann, H., Wells, R. J. D., Rooker, J. R., Zhang, S., Baumann, Z., Madigan, D. J., … & Fisher, N. S. (2015). Combining otolith microstructure and trace elemental analyses to infer the arrival of juvenile Pacific bluefin tuna in the California current ecosystem. ICES Journal of Marine Science: Journal du Conseil, 72(7), 2128-2138.

Carlisle AB, Goldman KJ, Litvin SY, Madigan DJ, Bigman JS, Swithenbank AM, Kline Jr TC & BA Block. 2015. Stable isotope analysis of salmon shark vertebrae reveals ontogenetic changes in habitat in a pelagic shark. Proceedings Royal Society B 282: 20141446.

Madigan DJ. 2015. Understanding bluefin migration using intrinsic tracers in tissues in T. Kitagawa & S. Kimura (Eds.), Biology & Ecology of Bluefin Tuna. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press.

Carlisle AB, Litvin SY, Hazen EL, Madigan DJ, Goldman KJ, Lea RN & BA Block. 2015. Reconstructing habitat use by juvenile salmon sharks links upwelling to strandings in the California Current. Marine Ecology Progress Series 525: 217-228.

Lyons K, Preti A, Madigan DJ, Wells RJD, Blasius ME, Snodgrass OE, Kacev D, Harris JD, Dewar H, Kohin S, MacKenzie K & CG Lowe. 2015. Insights into the life history and ecology of a large shortfin mako shark (Isurus oxyrinchus) captured in southern California. Journal of Fish Biology. DOI:10.1111/jfb.12709.

Madigan DJ, Brooks EJ, Bond ME, Gelsleichter J, Howey LA, Abercrombie DL, Brooks A & DD Chapman. 2015. Diet shift and associated site-fidelity of oceanic whitetip sharks (Carcharhinus longimanus) along the edge of the Great Bahama Bank. Marine Ecology Progress Series 529: 185-197. DOI: 10.3354/meps11302.

Madigan DJ, Carlisle AB, Gardner LD, Jayasundara N, Micheli F, Schaefer KM, Fuller DW & BA Block. 2015. Assessing niche width of endothermic fish from genes to ecosystem. PNAS 112(27): 8350-8355.

Baumann, H., R.J.D. Wells, J.R. Rooker, Z.A. Baumann, D.J. Madigan, H. Dewar, O.E. Snodgrass, and N.S. Fisher. 2015. Combining otolith microstructure and trace elemental analyses to infer the arrival of Pacific bluefin tuna juveniles in the California Current Ecosystem. ICES Journal of Marine Science 72: 2128-2138.

Fisher, N.S., S.W. Fowler, and D.J. Madigan. 2015. Perspectives and reflections on the public reaction to recent Fukushima-related radionuclide studies, and a call for enhanced training in environmental radioactivity. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 34: 707-709.

Bradley CJ, Madigan DJ, Block BA & BN Popp. 2014. Amino acid isotope incorporation and enrichment factors in Pacific bluefin tuna, Thunnus orientalis. PLoS ONE 9(1): e85818. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0085818.

John Mak

John Mak

Professor

Trace gas isotopic composition for the reconstruction of atmospheric chemistry in the paleo atmosphere; trace gas emissions from the biosphere; development of instrumentation platforms for research aircraft.

Grants

$753,172.00 1-Oct-2011 through 30-Sep-2015 National Science Foundation: The Chemistry and Sources of Carbon Monoxide in Present and Past Atmospheres
$399,964.00 1-Apr-2013 through 31-Mar-2016 Environmental Protection Agency: Emission Fate and Contribution of Biogenic VOCs
$75,102.00 1-Jan-2015 31-Dec-2015 National Science Foundation Collaborative Research: Reconstruction of Carbon Monoxide in the Pre-Industrial Arctic Atmosphere from Ice Cores at Summit, Greenland
$209,886.00 15-Mar-2015 28-Feb-2019 National Science Foundation Collaborative Research: Using Stable Isotopes to Constrain the Atmospheric Carbon Monoxide Budget Over the Last 20,000 Years

 

Publications

Colle, B. A., Sienkiewicz, M. J., Archer, C., Veron, D., Veron, F., Kempton, W., & Mak, J. E. (2015). Improving the Mapping and Prediction of Offshore Wind Resources (IMPOWR): Experimental Overview and First Results. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, (2015).

K. Park*, L. K. Emmons, Z. Wang and J. E. Mak, Joint Application of Concentration and δ18O to Investigate the Global Atmospheric CO Budget, Atmosphere, 6, 547-578; doi:10.3390/atmos6050547, 2015.

K. Park*, Z. Wang, L. K. Emmons, J. E. Mak, Variation of atmospheric CO, δ13C and δ18O at high northern latitude during 2004-2009: observations and model simulations, J. Geophys.Res.-Atmos., 120, 11,024–11,036, doi:10.1002/2015JD023191, 2015.

P.K. Misztal et al., inc. J.E. Mak, Atmospheric benzenoid emissions from plants rival those from fossil fuel, Nature Sci. Rep., 5, 12064, 2015.

L. Su*, E. G. Patton, J. Vilà-Guerau de Arellano, A. B. Guenther, L. Kaser, B. Yuan, F. Xiong, P. B. Shepson, L. Zhang, D. O. Miller, W. H. Brune, K. Baumann, E. Edgerton, A. Weinheimer, and J. E. Mak, Understanding isoprene photo-oxidation using observations and modeling over a subtropical forest in the Southeast US, Atmos. Chem. Phys. Discuss., 15, 31621-31663, doi:10.5194/acpd-15-31621-2015, 2015.

Thalman, R., Baeza-Romero, M. T., Ball, S. M., Borrás, E., Daniels, M. J. S., Goodall, I. C. A., Henry, S. B., Karl, T., Keutsch, F. N., Kim, S., Mak, J., Monks, P. S., Muñoz, A., Orlando, J., Peppe, S., Rickard, A. R., Ródenas, M., Sánchez, P., Seco, R., Su, L., Tyndall, G., Vázquez, M., Vera, T., Waxman, E., and Volkamer, R.: Instrument intercomparison of glyoxal, methyl glyoxal and NO2 under simulated atmospheric conditions, Atmos. Meas. Tech., 8, 1835-1862, doi:10.5194/amt-8-1835-2015, 2015.

Anne McElroy

Anne McElroy

Professor

Aquatic Toxicology

Grants

$74,373.00 14-Jul-2014 14-Jul-2016 Rowan University Environmental Impacts of RAP
$562,108.00 1-Oct-2012 through 31-Dec-2016 Mississippi State University: Characterizing the Composition and Biogeochemical Behavior of Dispersants and Their Transformation Products in Gulf Mexico Coastal Ecosystems (PI Bruce Brownawell, Co-PI Anne McElroy)

 

Publications

Mars Brisbin M, McElroy A, Pales Espinosa E, Allam B. 2015. Antimicrobial activity in the cuticle of the American lobster, Homarus americanus. Fish and Shellfish Immunology. 44: 542-546.

Dasgupta, S., Huang, I.J., and McElroy A. E. 2015. Hypoxia enhances the toxicity of Corexit EC9500A and CEWAFs prepared with Louisiana Sweet Crude Oil (MD-242) to sheepshead minnow (Cyprinodon variegatus) larvae. PLoS One. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0128939.

Romany, J.S., McElroy A.E., and Fast, M. 2015. Measures of immune system status in young-of-the-year winter flounder (Pseudopleuronectes americanus) from Long Island coastal bays. J. Fish. Biol. 86:148-161.

McElroy, A.E., Hice, L.A., Frisk, M.G., Purcell, S.L., Phillips, N.C., Fast, M.D. (2015) Spatial patterns in markers of contaminant exposure, glucose and glycogen metabolism, and immunological response in juvenile winter flounder (Pseudoplueronectes americanus). Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology D-Genomics & Proteomics 14, 53-65.

Gallagher, B. K., Hice, L. A., McElroy, A. E., Cerrato, R. M., & Frisk, M. G. (2015). Factors Influencing Daily Growth in Young-of-the-Year Winter Flounder along an Urban Gradient Revealed Using Hierarchical Linear Models. Marine and Coastal Fisheries, 7(1): 200-219.

Chowdhury, S.M., Dasugpta, S., McElroy A.E. and Sitharaman, B. 2014. Structural disruption increases toxicity of graphene nanoribbons. J. Appl. Toxicol. 34:1235-1246.

Dasgupta, S., Cao, A., Mauer, B., Yan, B., Uno, S., and McElroy, A. 2014. Genotoxicity of oxy-PAHs to Japanese medaka (Oryzias latipes) embryos using the comet assay. Environ. Sci. Poll. Res. 21:13867-13876.

Varekamp, J.C., McElroy, A.E., Mullaney, J.R. and Breslin, V.T. 2014. Metals, Organic Compounds, and Nutrients in Long Island Sound: Sources, Magnitudes, Trends, and Impacts, In: Long Island Sound: Prospects for the Urban Sea. Latimer JS, Tedesco MA, Swanson RL, Yarish C, Stacey P, Garza C (eds). Springer-Verlag, pp 203-284.

Collier, J.L., S.P. Fitzgerald, L.A. Hice, M.G. Frisk, and A.E. McElroy (2014) A New PCR-Based Method Shows That Blue Crabs (Callinectes sapidus (Rathbun)) Consume Winter Flounder (Pseudopleuronectes americanus (Walbaum)). Plos One 9.

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Janet Nye

Janet Nye

Associate Professor

Fish ecology, climate variability, global environmental change, ecosystem-based management, ocean acidification, climate change

Grants

$298,749.00 1-Sep-2013 through 31-Aug-2017 National Science Foundation: Coastal SEES (Track 2), Collaborative Research: Resilience and Adaptation of a Coastal Ecological-Economic System in Response to Increasing Temperature
$49,959.00 4-Dec-2013 through 15-Dec-2014 US Fish and Wildlife Service: Ecosystem Assessment of the Fish and Invertebrate Communities of Mill Neck Creek at Oyster Bay National Wildlife Refuge (PI Janet Nye, Co-PIs Michael Frisk, Robert Cerrato)
$80,183.00 1-Feb-2014 through 31-Jan-2018 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration: New York Sea Grant’s Omnibus 2014 – 2018
$149,995.00 15-Sep-2014 14-Sep-2016 National Park Service Effects of Storm-Induced Barrier Breach on Community Assemblages and Ecosystem Structure Within a Temperate Lagoonal Estuary (Post-Hurricane Sandy Study) (PI Janet Nye, Co-PIs Michael Frisk, Robert Cerrato, Charles Flagg)
$115,834.00 1-Jul-2014 30-Jun-2016 University of Michigan FATE Proposal: Incorporating an Environmental Index into the Southern New England Mid-Atlantic Yellowtail Flounder Stock Assessment with Potential Predictability (PI Janet Nye, Co-PI Sultan Hameed)
$118,219.00 1-Dec-2015 30-Nov-2018 National Science Foundation Collaborative Research: Understanding the Effects of Acidification and Hypoxia Within and Across Generations in a Coastal Marine Fish
$210,000.00 1-Jul-2013 31-Mar-2017 New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Effects of a Storm-Induced Barrier Breach on Community Structure within a Temperate Lagoonal Estuary (PI Michael Frisk, Co-PIs Janet Nye, Robert Cerrato)
$49,971.00 1-Jul-2013 through 31-Dec-2015 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration: Effects of a Storm-Induced Barrier Breach on Community Structure within a Temperate Lagoonal Estuary (PI Michael Frisk, Co-PIs Janet Nye, Robert Cerrato)
$668,624.00 1-Apr-2014 31-Mar-2018 New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Assessing blue crab abundance and life history characteristics and predicting future population trends on Long Island (PI Robert Cerrato, Co-PIs Janet Nye, Michael Frisk)

Publications

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Dianna Padilla

Dianna Padilla

Professor

Aquatic ecology, applied ecology, conservation biology

Grants

$134,008 1-Aug-2012 through 31-Jul-2016 National Science Foundation A Workshop to Address the Grand Challenge: How Organisms Walk the Tightrope Between Stability and Change.

$125,000 1-Jan-2015 through 31-Dec-2017 Suffolk County Scientists and Student Stewards Assessing Potential Nitrogen Loading Mitigation in the Connetquot River

 

Publications

Yee, A. K., & Padilla, D. K. (2015). Allometric Scaling of the Radula in the Atlantic Slippersnail Crepidula fornicata. Journal of Shellfish Research, 34(3), 903-907.

McCann, M. J., & Padilla, D. K. (2015). Effects of a patchy food environment across life history stages. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 472, 135-141.

Baines, S. B., Chen, X., Twining, B. S., Fisher, N. S., & Landry, M. R. (2015). Factors affecting Fe and Zn contents of mesozooplankton from the Costa Rica Dome. Journal of Plankton Research, fbv098.

Michael J McCann and Dianna K Padilla 2015. Effects of a patchy food environment across life history stages. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 472: 135-141.

Alexander Y. Karatayev, Demetrio Boltovskoy, Lyubov Burlakova and Dianna K. Padilla 2015. Parallels and contrasts between Limnoperna fortunei and species of Dreissena. In: Limnoperna fortunei: the ecology, distribution and control of a swiftly spreading invasive fouling mussel, Demetrio Boltovskoy, Editor. Springer.

Alexander Y. Karatayev, Lyubov E. Burlakova, Sergey E. Mastitsky, and Dianna K. Padilla 2015. Predicting the spread of aquatic invaders: insight from 200 years of invasion by zebra mussels. Ecological Applications 25: 430-440.

Alexander Y. Karatayev, Lyubov E. Burlakova and Dianna K. Padilla. 2015. Zebra versus quagga mussels: a review of their spread, population dynamics, and ecosystem impacts. Hydrobiologia 746: 97-112.

Francesca Gherardi and Dianna K. Padilla 2014. Climate-induced changes in human behavior and range expansion of freshwater species. Ethology, Ecology and Evolution 26:86-90.

Sandra E. Shumway, J. Evan Ward, Eric Heupel, Bridget A. Holohan, Johann Heupel, Tamara Heupel and Dianna K. Padilla 2014. Observations of feeding in the common Atlantic slippersnail Crepidula fornicata L., with special reference to the “mucus net”. Journal of Shellfish Research 33: 279-291.

Alexandra P. Hooks and Dianna K. Padilla 2014. Prey responses to the presence of a native and nonnative predator. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 461: 209-215.

Sarah M. Gray, Daniel E. Dykhuizen and Dianna K. Padilla 2014. The effects of species properties and community context on establishment success. Oikos 124: 355-363. doi: 10.1111/oik.01550

Daniel Grünbaum and Dianna K. Padilla 2014. An integrated modeling approach to assessing linkages between environment, organism, and phenotypic plasticity. 54: 323-335.

Dianna K. Padilla and Brian Tsukimura 2014. A new organismal systems biology: how animals walk the tightrope between stability and change. Integrative and Comparative Biology 54: 218-222.

Dianna K. Padilla, Michael McCann, Mica McCarty-Glenn, Alexandra Hooks, Sandra E. Shumway. 2014. Effect of food on time to metamorphic competence in the model system, Crepidula fornicata. Biological Bulletin. 227: 242-251.

Dianna K. Padilla, Thomas L. Daniel, Patsy S. Dickinson, Daniel Grünbaum, Cheryl Hayashi, Donal T. Manahan, James H. Marden, Billie J. Swalla and Brian Tsukimura. 2014. Addressing grand challenges in organismal biology – the need for synthesis. BioScience 64: 1178-1187.

Heather Tallis, et al including Padilla, Dianna K.. 2014. A call for inclusive conservation. Nature 515: 27-28.

Chen, X., N.S. Fisher, and S.B. Baines. 2014. Influence of algal Fe content on the assimilation and fate of Fe and C in a marine copepod. Limnology and Oceanography 59: 129-140.

Emmanuelle Pales-Espinosa

Emmanuelle Pales-Espinosa

Adjunct Associate Professor / Project Associate

Shellfish physiology, Particle selection mechanisms in suspension-feeding bivalves, Algology

Grants

$433,892.00 15-May-2012 through 30-Apr-2016 National Science Foundation: Collaborative Research: Elucidating the Factors Mediating Particle-Selection Processes in Suspension-Feeding Molluscs: A Functional and Comparative Approach (PI Emmanuelle Pales-Espinosa, Co-PI Bassem Allam)
$199,998.00 1-Feb-2013 through 31-Jan-2017 University of Maryland: Genetic Marker Assisted Selection of Northeastern Hard Clams for QPX Resistance (PI Bassem Allam, Co-PI Emmanuelle Pales-Espinosa)
$259,608 1-Feb-2014 through 31-Jan-2016. New York Sea Grant: QPX distribution and persistence in the environment  (PI Bassem Allam, Co-PI Emmanuelle Pales-Espinosa)
$468,433.00 1-Feb-2011 through 31-Jan-2015 National Science Foundation: Collaborative Research: Host-Pathogen Interactions at Pallial Interfaces in Marine Bivalves: Cellular and Molecular Pathways for Host Colonization and Invasion  (PI Bassem Allam, Co-PI Emmanuelle Pales-Espinosa)

 

 

Publications

Allam, B., & Espinosa, P. E. (2015, April). The multiple, central, roles of mucosal secretions in marine bivalves. In INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY (Vol. 55, pp. E4-E4). JOURNALS DEPT, 2001 EVANS RD, CARY, NC 27513 USA: OXFORD UNIV PRESS INC.

Mars Brisbin M, McElroy A, Pales Espinosa E, Allam B. 2015. Antimicrobial activity in the cuticle of the American lobster, Homarus americanus. Fish and Shellfish Immunology. 44: 542-546.

Rosa M, Ward JE, Ouvrard M, Holohan BA, Pales Espinosa E, Shumway SE, Allam B. (2015). Examining the physiological plasticity of particle capture by the blue mussel, Mytilus edulis (L.): Confounding factors and potential artifacts with studies utilizing natural seston. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 473: 207-217.

Rubin E, Pales Espinosa E, Koller A, Allam B. (2015). Characterization of the secretome of the clam parasite QPX. International Journal for Parasitology 45: 187-196.

Allam B, Pales Espinosa E. (2015). Mucosal immunity in mollusks. In: Mucosal Health in Aquaculture. Benjamin Beck and Eric Peatman (Eds). Academic Press. pp. 325-370. ISBN: 978-0-12-417186-2.

Wang K, Pales Espinosa E, Allam B. (2014). Effect of “heat shock” treatments on QPX disease in the hard clam, Mercenaria mercenaria. Journal of Shellfish Research 33(2): 661.

Wang K, Del Castillo C, Pales Espinosa E, Allam B. (2014). Clam focal and systemic immune responses to QPX revealed by RNA-Seq technology. Journal of Shellfish Research 33(2): 661.

Rubin E, Pales Espinosa E, Koller A, Allam B. (2014). Extracellular proteins in quahog parasite unknown (QPX) mucoid secretion. Journal of Shellfish Research 33(2): 648.

Rubin E, Tanguy A, Pales Espinosa E, Allam B. (2014). Differential gene expression in quahog parasite unknown (QPX) in response to clam factors and transcriptomic profiling of five QPX isolates. Journal of Shellfish Research 33(2): 647-648.

Rosa M, Ward E, Shumway S, Wikfors G, Pales Espinosa E, Allam B. (2014). Examining seasonal shifts in retention efficiency and mucosal composition in the blue mussel Mytilus edulis. Journal of Shellfish Research 33(2): 647.

Allam B., Corre E, Pales Espinosa E. (2014). Pallial mucus of Crassostrea virginica regulates the expression of putative virulence genes of its pathogen Perkinsus marinus. Journal of Shellfish Research 33(2): 586.

Allam, B., Pales Espinosa, E., Tanguy, A., Jeffroy, F., Le Bris, C., Paillard, C. 2014. Transcriptional changes in manila clam (Ruditapes philippinarum) in response to brown ring disease. Fish and Shellfish immunology. 41, 2-11.

Rubin E, Tanguy A, Perrigault M, Pales Espinosa E, Allam B. (2014). Characterization of the transcriptome and temperature-induced differential gene expression of in quahog parasite unknown QPX, the thraustochytrid parasite of hard clams. BMC Genomics 15: 245.

Pales Espinosa E, Koller T, Allam B. (2014). Shotgun proteomic characterization of the pallial mucus of the oyster Crassostrea virginica. Journal of Shellfish Research 33(2): 640.

Pales Espinosa E., Allam B. (2014). Food quality and season affect the expression of the mucosal lectin MeML and food sorting abilities in the blue mussel Mytilus edulis. Journal of Shellfish Research 33(2): 639-640.

Pales Espinosa E., Corre E, Allam B. (2014). Pallial mucus of Crassostrea virginica regulates the expression of putative virulence genes of its pathogen Perkinsus marinus. International Journal for Parasitology 44: 305-317.

Bradley Peterson

Bradley Peterson

Associate Professor

Community ecology of seagrass dominated ecosystems

Grants

$58,789.49 1-Feb-2010 through 30-Apr-2015 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration: New York Sea Grant’s Omnibus 2010 – 2015
$440,606.00 22-Jul-2011 through 31-Oct-2016 National Park Service: Monitoring Estuarine Condition at Fire Island National Seashore, Sagamore Hill National Historic Site and Gateway National Recreation Area
$327,633.00 17-Jun-2013 through 31-Jul-2016 National Park Service: Assessing the Response of the Great South Bay Estuarine Fauna to Hurricane Sandy: Focus on Nekton Utilization of Seagrass Habitats (PI Bradley Peterson, Co-PI Robert Cerrato)

 

Publications

Tettelbach, S. T., B. J. Peterson, J. M. Carroll, B. T. Furman, S. W. T. Hughes, J. Havelin, J. R. Europe, D. M. Bonal, A. J. Weinstock and C. F. Smith. 2015. Aspiring to an Alternative Stable State: Rebuilding of Bay Scallop Populations and Fisheries Following Intensive Restoration. Marine Ecology Progress Series 529: 121-136.

Berry, D. L., J. A. Goleski, F. Koch, C. C. Wall, B. J. Peterson, O. R. Anderson and C. J. Gobler. 2015. Shifts in Cyanobacterial Strain Dominance during Onset of Harmful Algal Blooms in Florida Bay, USA. Molecular Ecology 70: 361-371.

Furman, B. T., L. J. Jackson, E. Bricker and B. J. Peterson. 2015. Sexual recruitment in Zostera marina: a patch to landscape-scale investigation. Limnology and Oceanography 60(2): 584-599.

Carroll, J. M., L. L. Jackson and B. J. Peterson. 2015. The effect of increasing habitat complexity on bay scallop survival in the presence of different decapod crustacean predators. Estuaries and Coasts 38: 1569-1579

Stubler, A. D., A. R. Duckworth and B. J. Peterson. 2015. Sedimentation affects sponge abundance, diversity and distribution on Jamaican coral reefs. Marine Pollution Bulletin 96: 261-270.

Stubler, A. D., B. T. Furman and B. J. Peterson. 2015. Sponge erosion under acidification and warming scenarios: differential impacts on living and dead coral. Global Change Biology 21(11): 4006-4020.

Furman, B. T. and B. J. Peterson. 2015. Sexual Recruitment in Zostera marina: Progress toward a Predictive Model. PLoS ONE 10(9): e0138206.

Peterson, B. J., A. M. Fournier, B. T. Furman and J. M. Carroll. 2014. Hemigrapsus sanguineus in Long Island salt marshes: experimental valuation of the interactions between an invasive crab and resident ecosystem engineers. PeerJ 2:e472 http://dx.doi.org/10.7717/peerj.472

Stubler, A. M., B. T. Furman and B. J. Peterson. 2014. Effects of pCO2 on the interaction between an excavating sponge, Cliona varians, and a hermatypic coral, Porites furcata. Marine Biology 161: 1851-1859.

Lopez, G. R., Carey, R., Carlton, J.T., Cerrato, R., Dam, H., DiGiovanni, R., Elphick, C., Frisk, M., Gobler, C., Hice, L., Howell, P., Jordaan, A., Lin, S., Liu, S., Lonsdale, D., McEnroe, M., McKown, K., McManus, G., Orson, R., Peterson, B., Pickerell, C., Rozsa, R., Shumway, S.E., Siuda, A., Streich, K., Talmage, S., Taylor, G., Thomas, E., Van Patten, M., Vaudrey, J., Wikfors, G., Yarish, C., and Zajac, R. 2014. Biology and Ecology of Long Island Sound. In Tedesco, M.A., Swanson, R.L., Yarish, C., Stacey, P.E., and Garza, C. (eds.), Long Island Sound: Prospects for the Urban Sea. Chapter 6, pp. 285-479. Springer.

Ellen Pikitch

Ellen Pikitch

Endowed Professor of Ocean Conservation Science / Executive Director, IOCS

Ocean conservation, fisheries management, ecosystem-based approaches, endangered fishes, sharks, sturgeon

Grants

$3,000,000.00 1-Jul-2008 through 31-Mar-2015 Pew Charitable Trusts: Stony Brook Institute for Ocean Science Research Support

 

Publications

Gownaris NJ, Pikitch EK, Ojwang WO, Michener R, Kaufman L (2015) Predicting Species’ Vulnerability in a Massively Perturbed System: The Fishes of Lake Turkana, Kenya. PLoS ONE 10(5): e0127027. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0127027

Rountos, K. J., Frisk, M. G., & Pikitch, E. K. (2015) Are We Catching What They Eat? Moving Beyond Trends in the Mean Trophic Level of Catch. Fisheries, 40(8): 376-385.

Pikitch, E. K. (2015) Stop-loss order for forage fish fisheries. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 201505403.

Pikitch, E.K., Rountos, K.J., Essington, T.E., Santora, C., Pauly, D., Watson, R., Sumaila U.R., Boersma, P.D., Boyd, I.L., Conover, D.O., Cury, P., Heppell, S.S., Houde, E.D., Mangel, M., Plaganyi, E., Sainsbury, K., Steneck, R.S., Geers, T.M., Gownaris, N. and Munch, S.B. (2014) The global contribution of forage fish to marine fisheries and ecosystems. Fish and Fisheries 15(1): 43-64

Feldheim, K.A., Gruber, S.H., DiBattista, J.D., Babcock, E.A., Kessel, S.A., Hendry, A.P., Pikitch, E.K., Ashley, M.V.,Chapman, D. D. (2014). Two decades of genetic profiling yields first evidence of natal philopatry and long-term fidelity to parturition sites in sharks. Molecular Ecology 23 (1), 110-117.

Rountos, K.J., Tang, Y.Z., Cerrato, R.M., Gobler, C.J., Pikitch, E.K. (2014). Toxicity of the harmful dinoflagellate Cochlodinium polykrikoides to early life stages of three estuarine forage fish. Mar Ecol Prog Ser 505: 81-94

Geers, T.M., E.K. Pikitch, M.G. Frisk (In Press-online February 5, 2014). An Original Model of the Northern Gulf of Mexico using Ecopath with Ecosim and its Implications for the Effects of Fishing on Ecosystem Structure and Maturity. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography.

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Kevin Reed

Kevin Reed

Assistant Professor

Climate Modeling; Tropical Cyclones; Climate Extremes; Atmospheric Dynamics

Publications

Reed, K. A., B. Medeiros, J. T. Bacmeister, and P. H. Lauritzen (2015), Global radiative-convective equilibrium in the Community Atmosphere Model, version 5, J. Atmos. Sci., 72, 2183-2197, doi: 10.1175/JAS-D-14-0268.1.

Wehner, M. F., Prabhat, K. A. Reed, D. Stone, W. D. Collins, and J. T. Bacmeister (2015), Resolution dependence of future tropical cyclone projections of CAM5.1 in the US CLIVAR Hurricane Working Group idealized configurations, J. Climate, 28, 3905-3925, doi: 10.1175/JCLI-D-14-00311.1.

Reed, K. A., J. T. Bacmeister, N. A. Rosenbloom, M. F. Wehner, S. C. Bates, P. H. Lauritzen, J. E. Truesdale, and C. Hannay (2015), Impact of the dynamical core on the direct simulation of tropical cyclones in a high-resolution global model, Geophys. Res. Lett., 42, 3603-3608, doi: 10.1002/2015GL063974.

Walsh, Kevin J. E., S. Camargo, G. Vecchi, A. S. Daloz, J. Elsner, K. Emanuel, M. Horn, Y.-K. Lim, M. Roberts, C. Patricola, E. Scoccimarro, A. Sobel, S. Strazzo, G. Villarini, M. Wehner, M. Zhao, J. Kossin, T. LaRow, K. Oouchi, S. Schubert, H. Wang, J. Bacmeister, P, Chang, F. Chauvin, C. Jablonowski, A. Kumar, H. Murakami, T. Ose, K. A. Reed, R Saravanan, Y. Yamada, C. M. Zarzycki, P.-L. Vidale, J. A. Jonas and N. Henderson (2015), Hurricanes and climate: the U.S. CLIVAR working group on hurricanes, Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 96, 997-1017, doi: 10.1175/BAMS-D-13-00242.1.

Reed, K.A. and D. R. Chavas (2015), Uniformly rotating global radiative-convective equilibrium in the Community Atmosphere Model, version 5, J. Adv. Model. Earth Syst., 7, doi: 10.1002/2015MS000519.

Ullrich, P. A., K. A. Reed, and C. Jablonowski (2015), Analytical initial conditions and an analysis of baroclinic instability waves in f- and β-plane 3D channel models, Quart. J. Roy. Met. Soc., in press, doi: 10.1002/qj.2583.

Mary Scranton

Mary Scranton

Professor

Marine geochemistry, biological-chemical interactions in seawater

Grants

$1,253,615.00 1-Dec-2008 through 30-Nov-2014 National Science Foundation: Collaborative Research: The Cariaco Basin Oceanographic Time Series Program (PI Mary Scranton, Co-PI Gordon Taylor)
$824,868.00 1-Feb-2014 through 31-Jan-2017 National Science Foundation: Collaborative Research: The Cariaco Basin Oceanographic Time Series Program (PI Mary Scranton, Co-PI Gordon Taylor)

Publications
Larry Swanson

Larry Swanson

Associate Dean, SoMAS / Director, WRMI

Coastal Oceanography, marine pollution, marine policy, recycling and reuse of waste materials, waste management

Grants

$3,829.26 1-Oct-2013 through 31-Dec-2016 NYS State Governors Office: NY-RISE: New York Research Institute for Storm Emergencies
$88,021.00 19-Nov-2013 through 31-Dec-2016 Town of Brookhaven: Permeable Reactive Barrier at the Forge River Shoreline  (PI Larry Swanson, Co-PI Henry Bokuniewicz)
$74,000.00 18-Dec-2013 through 31-Dec-2015 Housing Trust Fund Corporation: NY-RISE: New York Research Institute for Storm Emergencies
$72,000.00 18-Dec-2013 through 31-Dec-2015 Housing Trust Fund Corporation: NY-RISE: New York Research Institute for Storm Emergencies
$0.00 18-Dec-2013 through 31-Dec-2015 Housing Trust Fund Corporation: NY-RISE: New York Research Institute for Storm Emergencies
$75,153.00 18-Dec-2013 through 31-Dec-2015 Housing Trust Fund Corporation: NY-RISE: New York Research Institute for Storm Emergencies
$75,040.00 1-May-2015 31-Dec-2015 Suffolk County Department of Economic Development Effects from the Cooling Water Discharge at the Millstone Nuclear Power Station on the Temperatures of Long Island Sound (PI Larry Swanson, Co-PI Sultan Hameed, Robert Wilson)

Publications

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Gordon Taylor

Gordon Taylor

Professor

Marine microbiology, interests in microbial ecology, trophodynamics, anoxia, hypoxia, single-cell analysis, Raman microspectrometry and atomic force microscopy

Grants

$1,253,615.00 1-Dec-2008 through 30-Nov-2014 National Science Foundation: Collaborative Research: The Cariaco Basin Oceanographic Time Series Program (PI Mary Scranton, Co-PI Gordon Taylor)
$824,868.00 1-Feb-2014 through 31-Jan-2017 National Science Foundation: Collaborative Research: The Cariaco Basin Oceanographic Time Series Program (PI Mary Scranton, Co-PI Gordon Taylor)
$335,203.00 1-Aug-2013 through 31-Jul-2016 National Science Foundation: Collaborative Research: Genetic and Metabolic Signatures of Marine Microorganisms in Oxygen Depleted and Varying Geochemical Seascapes (MetaOmics in the Cariaco Basin)
$490,163.00 15-Aug-2013 through 31-Jul-2016 National Science Foundation: MRI: Acquisition of Spectrum-Spanning (UV-NIR) Raman-Atomic Force Microspectrometric System for Submicron 3-D Chemical Mapping of Cellular, Natural and Synthetic Materials (PI Gordon Taylor, Co-PI Daniel Knopf)
$802,568.00 15-Feb-2015 14-Dec-2017 Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation – Development of Microbiological Oceanographic and Biogeochemical Applications for Raman Microspectrometry and Atomic Force Microscopy (PI G. T. Taylor, Co-PIs J. Martínez Martínez, V. P. Edgcomb)

Publications

Wang L; Han J, Zhu Y, Zhou R, Jaye C, Liu H, Li Z-Q, Taylor G, Fischer D, Appenzelle, J, Wong SS. 2015. Probing the dependence of electron transfer on size and coverage in carbon nanotube-quantum dot heterostructures. J Phys Chem 119: 26327–26338

Rodriguez-Mora, M, M.I. Scranton, G.T. Taylor, and A.Y. Chistoserdov. 2015. The dynamics of the bacterial diversity in the redox transition and anoxic zones of the Cariaco Basin assessed by parallel tag sequencing. FEMS Microbiology Ecology, 91(9), fiv088. doi:10.1093/femsec/fiv088.

Han J, McBean C, Wang L, Hoy J, Jaye C, Liu H, Li Z-Q, Sfeir M, Fischer D, Taylor G, Misewich J, Wong SS. 2015. Probing structure-induced optical behavior in a new class of self-activated luminescent 0D/1D CaWO4 metal oxide – CdSe nanocrystal composite heterostructures. Chem Materials 27: 778−792.

McParland, E, Benitez-Nelson CR, Taylor GT, Rollings A, Lorenzoni L. 2015. Cycling of suspended particulate phosphorus across the redoxcline of the Cariaco Basin. Mar. Chem. 176: 64-74.

Taylor GT. 2015. Review of The Biology And Ecology Of Tintinnid Ciliates Models For Marine Plankton by J.R. Dolan, D.J.S. Montagnes, S. Agatha, D. W. Coats and D. K. Stoecker (Eds.), Wiley-Blackwell, Chichester, U.K. 2013, Quarterly Review of Biology, Univ. Chicago Press, pg. 314-315.

Liu, L., Lwiza, K. M., & Taylor, G. T. (2015). Importance of the bacterial dynamics in model simulations of seasonal hypoxia. Continental Shelf Research, 105, 1-17.

Scranton, M.I., G.T. Taylor, R. Thunell, C.R. Benitez-Nelson, F. Muller-Karger, K. Fanning, L. Lorenzoni, E. Montes, R. Varela, and Y. Astor. 2014. Interannual and subdecadal variability in the nutrient geochemistry of the Cariaco Basin. Oceanography 27(1), 148-159, http://dx.doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2014.18.

Lopez, G. R., Carey, R., Carlton, J.T., Cerrato, R., Dam, H., DiGiovanni, R., Elphick, C., Frisk, M., Gobler, C., Hice, L., Howell, P., Jordaan, A., Lin, S., Liu, S., Lonsdale, D., McEnroe, M., McKown, K., McManus, G., Orson, R., Peterson, B., Pickerell, C., Rozsa, R., Shumway, S.E., Siuda, A., Streich, K., Talmage, S., Taylor, G., Thomas, E., Van Patten, M., Vaudrey, J., Wikfors, G., Yarish, C., and Zajac, R. 2014. Biology and Ecology of Long Island Sound. In Tedesco, M.A., Swanson, R.L., Yarish, C., Stacey, P.E., and Garza, C. (eds.), Long Island Sound: Prospects for the Urban Sea. Chapter 6, pp. 285-479. Springer.

Suter EA, Lwiza KMM, Rose JM, Gobler C, Taylor GT (2014). Phytoplankton assemblage changes during decadal decreases in nitrogen loadings to the urbanized Long Island Sound estuary, USA. Mar Ecol Prog Ser 497, 51-67

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Nils Volkenborn

Nils Volkenborn

Assistant Professor

Sediment biogeochemistry, animal-sediment interactions, benthic ecology

Grants

$8,236.00 1-Feb-2014 31-Jan-2018 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration New York Sea Grant’s Omnibus 2014 – 2018

 

Publications

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Joe Warren

Joe Warren

Associate Professor

Acoustical oceanography, Zooplankton behavior and ecology

Grants

$335,383.00 1-Jan-2011 through 30-Nov-2016 Oregon State University: Acoustical Scattering, Propagation, and Attenuation Caused by Two Abundant Pacific Schooling Species: Humbolt Squid and Hake
$39,893.00 1-Jul-2007 through 30-Jun-2016 Amsure Associates Incorporated: Insurance Recovery Account
$193,567.00 1-Jul-2015 30-Jun-2018 North Pacific Research Board How Many Krill are There in the Bering Sea and Gulf of Alaska? Quantitative Acoustic Assessment of Euphauslid Abundance and Their Role in These Ecosystems

 

Publications
Robert Wilson

Robert Wilson

Associate Professor

Estuarine and coastal ocean dynamics

Grants

$18,000.00 15-Aug-2012 through 1-Jun-2014 Camp Dresser Mckee and Smith: Forge River TMDL
$15,750.00 29-Oct-2012 through 31-Oct-2014 HDR HydroQual Incorporated: Hempstead Bay Water Quality
$75,040.00 1-May-2015 31-Dec-2015 Suffolk County Department of Economic Development Effects from the Cooling Water Discharge at the Millstone Nuclear Power Station on the Temperatures of Long Island Sound (PI Larry Swanson, Co-PI Sultan Hameed, Robert Wilson)
$299,982 2-Feb-2015 through 31-May-2016 New York State Department of State: Sandy Needs and Resources Offshore New York (PI Henry Bokuniewicz, Co-PIs Robert Wilson, Roger Flood)

Publications

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Minghua Zhang

Minghua Zhang

Professor

Climate modelling, atmospheric dynamics

Grants

$782,030.00 5-May-2009 through 4-May-2014 NASA Goddard Space Flight Center: Using Satellite Measurements to Improve Modeling of Low Clouds and Their Climate Feedbacks in General Circulation Models (GCMS) (PI Minghua Zhang, Co-PI Marat Khairoutdinov)
$902,956.40 15-Sep-2009 through 14-Sep-2014 US Department of Energy: Continuous Evaluation of Fast Processes in Climate Models Using Arm Measurements (PI Minghua Zhang, Co-PI Marat Khairoutdinov)
$25,000.00 1-Nov-2009 through 31-Oct-2016 Gardener Foundation: Mote Marine Laboratory Intership Program
$551,321.00 15-Sep-2011 through 14-Sep-2015 US Department of Energy: Development of Integrated ASR Model Forcing Data and Their Applications to Improve CAM
$108,185.00 16-Apr-2012 through 30-Sep-2014 Brookhaven Science Associates LLC: Traineeship for Jingyi Chen: Use of Parcel Models to Investigate Aerosol-Cloud-Precipitation Interactions and Their Parameterizations for Large Scale Models
$763,944.00 1-Sep-2012 through 31-Aug-2016 US Department of Energy: Using ARM Measurements to Understand and Reduce the Double ITCZ Biases in the Community Atmospheric Model
$665,671.00 1-Mar-2013 through 28-Feb-2018 National Science Foundation: Collaborative Rsearch EaSM2: Mechanisms, Predictability, Prediction, and Regional and Societal Impacts of Decadal Climate Variability
$0.00 1-Oct-2013 through 31-Dec-2016 NYS State Governors Office: NY-RISE: New York Research Institute for Storm Emergencies
$220,395.84 1-Oct-2013 through 31-Dec-2016 NYS State Governors Office: NY-RISE: New York Research Institute for Storm Emergencies
$1,370,436.00 18-Dec-2013 through 31-Dec-2015 Housing Trust Fund Corporation: NY-RISE: New York Research Institute for Storm Emergencies
$207,545.00 18-Dec-2013 through 31-Dec-2015 Housing Trust Fund Corporation: NY-RISE: New York Research Institute for Storm Emergencies
$63,313.00 18-Dec-2013 31-Dec-2015 Housing Trust Fund Corporation NY-RISE: New York Research Institute for Storm Emergencies
$545,046.00 1-Aug-2011 through 31-Jul-2015 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration: Prediction, Validation, and Calibration of Coastal Storms and Associated High Impact Weather in Ensemble Regional Climate Simulations Over the Northeast U.S. (PI Brian Colle, Co-PIs Sultan Hameed, Minghua Zhang, Ping Liu, Edmund Chang)

Publications

Lin, Yanluan Lin, Ming Zhao and Minghua Zhang, 2015: Tropical cyclone rainfall area controlled by relative sea surface temperature, Nature Communications 6, 6591m doi:10.1038/ncomms7591

Ridley, H.E., Y. Asmerom, J.U.L. Baldini, S.F.M. Breitenbach, V.V. Aquino, K.M. Prufer, Brendan J. Culleton, V. Polyak, F.A. Lechleitner, D.J. Kennett, M. Zhang, N. Marwan, C.G. Macpherson, L.M. Baldini, T. Xiao, J.L. Peterkin, J. Awe, G.H. Haug, 2015: Aerosol forcing of the position of the intertropical convergence zone since AD 1550. Nat. Geosci., 8 (2015)http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/ngeo2353

Zhang, M., 2015. Coupled Ocean-Atmosphere Models: Physical Processes. P144-152, In: Gerald R.North (editor-in-chief), John Pyle and Fuqing Zhang (editors). Encyclopedia of Atmospheric Sciences, 2nd edition, Vol 4, pp. 144–152. ISBN: 9780123822253, 2998pp, Copyright © 2015 Elsevier Ltd.

Feng, S., Li, Z., Liu, Y., Lin, W., Zhang, M., Toto, T., … & Endo, S. (2015). Development of fine‐resolution analyses and expanded large‐scale forcing properties: 2. Scale awareness and application to single‐column model experiments. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres.

Lin, W., Liu, Y., Vogelmann, A. M., Fridlind, A., Endo, S., Song, H., … & Zhang, M. (2015). RACORO Continental Boundary Layer Cloud Investigations. Part III: Separation of Parameterization Biases in Single‐Column Model CAM5 Simulations of Shallow Cumulus. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres.

Vogelmann, A. M., Fridlind, A. M., Toto, T., Endo, S., Lin, W., Wang, J., … Zhang, MH & Khairoutdinov, M. (2015). RACORO Continental Boundary Layer Cloud Investigations. Part I: Case Study Development and Ensemble Large‐Scale Forcings. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres.

Liu, P., Zhang, Q., Zhang, C., Zhu, Y., Khairoutdinov, M., Kim, H. M., … & Zhang, M. (2015). A Revised Real-Time Multivariate MJO Index. Monthly Weather Review, (2015).

Zhou, L., Zhang, M., Bao, Q., & Liu, Y. (2015). On the incident solar radiation in CMIP5 models. Geophysical Research Letters, 42(6), 1930-1935.

Tang, S., & Zhang, M. (2015). Three‐dimensional constrained variational analysis: Approach and application to analysis of atmospheric diabatic heating and derivative fields during an ARM SGP intensive observational period. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres.

Zhang, Minghua (2015). Sea-level rise in New York in the 21st Century: Projection and methodology. New York State Resilience Institute for Storms and Emergencies (NYS RISE), NYS RISE Technical Report TR-0-15-01, 29 pp (available at http://nysrise.org/news/reports/).

Tang, S., & Zhang, M. (2015). Three‐dimensional constrained variational analysis: Approach and application to analysis of atmospheric diabatic heating and derivative fields during an ARM SGP intensive observational period. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 120(15), 7283-7299.

Xie, X., & Zhang, M. (2015). Scale‐aware parameterization of liquid cloud inhomogeneity and its impact on simulated climate in CESM. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 120(16), 8359-8371.

Wang, X., & Zhang, M. (2015). The coupling of mixed Rossby‐gravity waves with diabatic heating during the TRMM‐KWAJEX field campaign. Geophysical Research Letters, 42(19), 8241-8249.

Kim, H. M. E. K. Chang, M. Zhang, 2015: Statistical-dynamical seasonal forecast for tropical cyclones affecting New York State, Weather and Forecasting, 30, 295-307

Li, Z., Feng, S., Liu, Y., Lin, W., Zhang, M., Toto, T., … & Endo, S. (2015). Development of fine‐resolution analyses and expanded large‐scale forcing properties: 1. Methodology and evaluation. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres.

Wei, N., Y. Dai, M. Zhang, L. Zhou, D. Ji, S. Zhu, and L. Wang (2014), Impact of precipitation‐induced sensible heat on the simulation of land‐surface air temperature, J. Adv. Model. Earth Syst., 06, doi:10.1002/2014MS000322.

Xin, XG; Xue, W; Zhang, MH ; Li, HM; Zhang, T; Zhang, J. (2014). Simulation of SST variability in the North Pacific Ocean and ENSO by an interactive ensemble coupled model. CHINESE JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICS-CHINESE EDITION, 57 Issue 4, 1021-1031 DOI: 10.6038/cjg20140401

Zhang, J., Xue, W., Zhang, M., Li, H., Zhang, T., Li, L., & Xin, X. (2014). Climate impacts of stochastic atmospheric perturbations on the ocean. International Journal of Climatology.

Xin, X., Xue, W., Zhang, M., Li, H., Zhang, T., & Zhang, J. (2014). How much of the NAO monthly variability is from ocean–atmospheric coupling: results from an interactive ensemble climate model. Climate Dynamics, 1-10.

Xie, S., Zhang, Y., Giangrande, S. E., Jensen, M. P., McCoy, R., & Zhang, M. (2014). Interactions between cumulus convection and its environment as revealed by the MC3E sounding array. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 119(20), 11-784.

Wang, X., & Zhang, M. (2014). Vertical velocity in shallow convection for different plume types. Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems.

Qingzhi Zhu

Qingzhi Zhu

Associate Professor

Chem-/Bio- Sensors, Marine Biogeochemistry, Trace Elements, Environmental Analytical Chemistry

Grants

$275,987.00 26-Aug-2014 25-Aug-2016 National Park Service Health and Resiliency of Salt Marshes in Jamaica Bay; Post-Hurricane Sandy Study (PI Kirk Cochran, Co-PI Qingzhi Zhu)
$995,904.00 1-Jul-2013 through 30-Jun-2016 National Science Foundation: The Effects of Animal-Sediment Interactions on Biogeochemical Processes at the Sediment-Water Interface (PI Robert Aller, Co-PIs Josephine Aller, Qingzhi Zhu)

 

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