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SCAEL Publications

Publications involving PI Dianne Greenfield

For publications involving former PIs Alan Lewitus and Susan Wilde, please click here.

Reed, M.L., J.L. Pinckney, C.J. Keppler, L.M. Brock, S.B. Hogan and D.I. Greenfield (2016). The influence of nitrogen and phosphorus on seasonal phytoplankton biomass and community compositiion in four South Carolina systems. Estuarine, Coastal, and Shelf Science 177:71-82. 

Keppler, C.K., D.C. Bergquist, L.M. Brock, J. Felber, and D.I. Greenfield (2015) A spatial assessment of baseline nutrient and water quality values in the Ashepoo-Combahee-Edisto (ACE) Basin, South Carolina, USA. Marine Pollution Bulletin 99: 332-337. DOI: 10.1016/j.marpolbul.2015.07.035.

Reed, M.L., G.R. DiTullio, S.E. Kacenas, and D.I. Greenfield (2015) Effects of nitrogen and dissolved organic carbon on microplankton abundances in four coastal South Carolina (USA) systems.  Aquatic Microbial Ecology 76:1-14.

Mortensen, R., S. Arnott, W.J. Jones, and D.I. Greenfield (2015) Development of a sandwich hybridization assay for the identification and quantification of red drum (Sciaenops ocellatus) eggs: A novel tool for fishery research and management. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 72: 915-925.

Alber, M., M. Frischer, D.I. Greenfield, J.D. Hagy, J.E. Sheldon, E. Smith, R.F. Van Dolah, and C.B. Woodson.(2015) GASCET:  An approach to develop numeric nutrient critieris for Georgia and South Carolina estuaries.  A task force report to the EPA, GA EPD, and SC DHEC.  59 pp.

Greenfield, D.I., A. Duquette, A. Goodson, C. Keppler, S.H. Williams, L.M. Brock, K.D. Stackley, D. White, and S.B. Wilde (2014)  The effects of three chemical algaecides on cell numbers and toxin content of the cyanobacteria Microcystis aeruginosa and Anabaenopsis sp. Environmental Management 54: 1110-1120.

Main, C. R., C. Doll, C. Bianco, D.I. Greenfield, and K.J. Coyne (2014) Effects of growth phase, diel cycle and macronutrient stress on the quantification of Heterosigma akashiwo using qPCR and SHA. Harmful Algae 37:92-99.

Doll, C., C. Main, C. Bianco, K. Coyne, and D.I. Greenfield  (2014) Comparison of sandwich hybridization assay and quantitative PCR for the quantification of live and preserved cultures of Heterosigma akashiwo (Raphidophyceae). Limnology and Oceanography: Methods 12:232-245.

Greenfield, D.I., C. Keppler, L.M. Brock, S. Kacenas, S. Hogan, and R. Van Dolah (2012) Assessing biological responses to nitrogen and phosphorus levels across the South Carolina coastal zone. Proceedings of the 2012 South Carolina Water Resources Conference, Columbia, SC. October.

Sanger, D.M., E.M. Smith, G. Voulgaris, E.T. Koepfler, S.M. Libes, G.H.M. Riekerk, D.C. Bergquist, D.I. Greenfield, P.A. Wren, C.A. McCoy, R.F. Viso, R.N. Peterson, and J.D. Whitaker (2012) Constrained enrichment contributes to hypoxia formation in Long Bay, South Carolina, an open water urbanized coastline. Marine Ecology Progress Series 461: 15-30.

Siegel, A., B. Cotti-Rausch, D.I. Greenfield, and J. Pinckney (2011) Nutrient controls of planktonic cyanobacteria abundance in coastal stormwater detention ponds. Marine Ecology Progress Series 434: 15-27.

Ryan, J., D.I. Greenfield, R. Marin III, C. Preston, J. Birch, G.J. Doucette, and C.A. Scholin (2011) Harmful phytoplankton ecology studies using a molecular/environmental observing network. Limnology and Oceanography 56: 1255-1272.

Doucette, G.J., C.M. Mikulski, K.L. Jones, K.L. King, D.I. Greenfield, R. Marin III, S. Jensen, B. Roman, C.T. Elliott, and C.A. Scholin (2009) Remote, subsurface detection of the algal toxin domoic acid onboard the Environmental Sample Processor: assay development and field trials. Harmful Algae 8: 880-888.

Scholin, C.A., G.J. Doucette, S. Jensen, B. Roman, D. Pargett, R. Marin III, C. Preston, W. Jones, J. Feldman, C. Everlove, A. Harris, N. Alvarado, E. Massion, J. Birch, D.I. Greenfield, K. Wheeler, R. Vrijenhoek, C. Mikulski, and K. Jones (2009) Remote detection of marine microbes, small invertebrates, harmful algae and biotoxins using the Environmental Sample Processor (ESP). NOPP Special Issue: Ocean Observing Platforms and Biosensors. Oceanography 22 (2): 158-167.

Greenfield, D.I., R. Marin III, G.J. Doucette, C. Mikulski, S. Jensen, B. Roman, N. Alvarado, J. Feldman, and C.A. Scholin (2008) Field applications of the second-generation Environmental Sample Processor (ESP) for remote detection of harmful algae: 2006-2007. Limnology and Oceanography: Methods 6: 667-679.

Roman, B., C. Scholin, S. Jensen, E. Massion, R. Marin III, C. Preston, D. Greenfield, W. Jones, and K. Wheeler (2007) Controlling a robotic marine water sampler with the Ruby scripting language. Journal of the Association for Laboratory Automation 12 (1): 56- 61.

Greenfield, D.I., R. Marin III, S. Jensen, E. Massion, B. Roman, J. Feldman, and C.A. Scholin (2006) Application of environmental sample processor (ESP) methodology for quantifying Pseudo-nitzschia australis using ribosomal RNA-targeted probes in sandwich and fluorescent in situ hybridization formats. Limnology and Oceanography: Methods 4: 426-435.

Scholin, C.A., S. Jensen, B. Roman, E. Massion, R. Marin, C. Preston, D.I. Greenfield, W. Jones, and K. Wheeler (2006) The Environmental Sample Processor (ESP) – An autonomous robotic device for detecting microorganisms remotely using molecular probe technology. Oceans 2006 MTS/IEEE Conference. Boston, MA. September. pp. 1-4.

Lonsdale, D.J., D.I. Greenfield, E.H. Hillebrand, R. Nuzzi, and G.T. Taylor (2006) Contrasting microplanktonic composition in two coastal embayments (Long Island, New York). Journal of Plankton Research 28 (10): 891-905.

Greenfield, D.I., D.J. Lonsdale, and R.M. Cerrato (2005) Linking phytoplankton community composition with juvenile-phase growth in the northern quahog Mercenaria mercenaria (L.). Estuaries 28 (2): 241-251.

Greenfield, D.I. and H.L. Bart, Jr. (2005) Long-term fish community dynamics from a blackwater stream receiving kraft mill effluent between 1973 and 1988. Hydrobiologia 534: 81-90.

Greenfield, D.I., D.J. Lonsdale, R.M. Cerrato, and G.R. Lopez (2004) Effects of background concentrations of Aureococcus anophagefferens (brown tide) on growth and feeding in the bivalve Mercenaria mercenaria (L.). Marine Ecology Progress Series 274: 171-181.

Greenfield, D.I. and D.J. Lonsdale (2002) Mortality and growth of juvenile hard clams Mercenaria mercenaria during brown tide. Marine Biology 141: 1045-1050.