Publication List

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Tong, M., *Smith, J.L., Kulis, D., Anderson, D.M. (accepted) Role of dissolved nitrate and phosphate in isolates of Mesodinium rubrum and toxin-producing Dinophysis acuminata. Aquatic Microbial Ecology.

Tong, M., *Smith, J.L., Richlen, M.L., Steidinger, K., Kulis, D., Fux, E., Anderson, D.M. (2015) Characterization and comparison of toxin-producing isolates of Dinophysis acuminata from New England and Canada. Journal of Phycology 51(1):66-81

Hattenrath-Lehmann, T.K., Smith, J.L., Wallace, R.B., Merlo, L., Koch, F., Mittelsdorf, H., Goleski, J.A., Anderson, D.M., Gobler, C.J. (2015) 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 60(1):198-214

Fernandes, L.F., Hubbard, K.A., Richlen, M.L., Smith, J.L., Bates, S.S., Ehrmane, J., Légerd, C., Mafra L.L. Jr., Kulis, D., Quilliam, M., Libera, K., McCauleyb, L., Anderson, D.M. (2014) Diversity and toxicity of the diatom Pseudo-nitzschia Peragallo in the Gulf of Maine, Northwestern Atlantic Ocean. Deep Sea Research II 103:139-162.

Anderson, D.M., Keafer, B.A., Kleindinst, J.L., McGillicuddy, D.L.Jr., Martin, J.L., Norton, K., Pilskaln, C.H., Smith, J.L. Sherwood, C.R., Butman, B. (2014) Alexandrium fundyense cysts in the Gulf of Maine: Long-term time series of abundance and distribution, and linkages to past and future blooms. Deep Sea Research II. 103:6-26.

Smith J.L., Tong M., Fux E., Anderson D.M. (2012) Toxin production, retention, and extracellular release by Dinophysis acuminata during extended stationary phase and culture decline. Harmful Algae 19:125–132.

Fux E., Smith J.L., Tong M., Guzman L., Anderson D.M. (2011) Toxin profiles of five geographical isolates of Dinophysis spp. from North and South America. Toxicon 57:275-287.

Tong M., Kulis D.M., Fux E., Smith J.L., Hess P., Zhou Q., Anderson D.M. (2011) The effects of growth phase and light intensity on toxin production by Dinophysis acuminata from the northeastern United States. Harmful Algae 10:254-264.

Smith J.L., Schulz K.L., Zimba P.V., Boyer G.L.  (2010)  Possible mechanism for the foodweb transfer of covalently-bound microcystins.  Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 73:757-761.

Smith J.L., Boyer G.L.  (2009)  Standardization of microcystin extraction from fish tissues: A novel internal standard as a surrogate for polar and non-polar variants.  Toxicon 53 (2):238-245.

Smith J.L., Boyer G.L., Zimba P.V.  (2008) A review of cyanobacterial odorous and bioactive metabolites: Impacts and management alternatives in aquaculture.  Aquaculture 280:5-20.

Smith J.L., Boyer G.L, Mills E., Schulz K.L.  (2008)  Toxicity of microcystin-LR, a cyanobacterial toxin, to multiple life stages of the burrowing mayfly, Hexagenia, and possible implications for recruitment.  Environmental Toxicology 23 (4):499-506.

Rinta-Kanto J.M., Saxton M.A., DeBruyn J.M., Smith J.L., Marvin C.H., Krieger K.A., Sayler G.S., Boyer G.L., Wilhelm S.W.  (2008)  The diversity and distribution of toxigenic Microcystis  spp. in present day and archived pelagic and sediment samples from Lake Erie.  Harmful Algae 8:385-394.

Smith J.L., Haney J.F.  (2006)  Foodweb transfer, accumulation, and depuration of microcystins, a cyanobacterial toxin, in pumpkinseed sunfish (Lepomis gibbosus).  Toxicon 48 (5): 580-589.