PUBLICATIONS

BOOKS

2000 

Pitcher, G. and T.J. Smayda (eds.) 2000. Proceedings of the International Workshop on Harmful Algal Blooms in the Benguela Current Region and other Upwelling Systems. South African Journal of Marine Science 22: 217-346.

 

1998

Colijn, F., U. Tillmann and T.J. Smayda (eds.) 1998. The Temporal Variability of Plankton and Their Physico-Chemical Environment. ICES Marine Science Symposia, Vol. 206, 266 pp.

 

1995 

Sherman, K., N.A. Jaworski and T.J. Smayda (eds.) 1995. The Northeast Shelf Ecosystem: Assessment, Sustainability and Management. Blackwell Science, Cambridge, MA, 564 pp.

 

1993 

Smayda, T.J. and Y. Shimizu (eds.) 1993. Toxic Phytoplankton Blooms in the Sea. Elsevier, Amsterdam, 952 pp.

 

PRIMARY PUBLICATIONS 

2016    

PDF#136 Borkman, D.G. and T.J. Smayda. 2016. Coincident patterns of waste water suspended solids reduction, water transparency increase and chlorophyll decline in Narragansett Bay. Marine Pollution Bulletin 107: 161-169.

 

2015    

#138 Wells, M.L., V.L. Trainer, T.J. Smayda + 8 co-authors. Harmful algal blooms and climate change: Learning from the past and present to forecast the future. Harmful Algae 49: 68–93.

 

2014    

PDF#132 Borkman, D.G., T.J. Smayda, E.N. Schwarz, L. Flewelling and C.R. Tomas. 2014. Recurrent vernal presence of the toxic Alexandrium tamarense / Alexandrium fundyense (Dinoflagellata) species complex in Narragansett Bay, USA. Harmful Algae 32: 73-80.

 

2012    

PDF#131 Gowen, R.J., P. Tett and T.J. Smayda 2012. Phytoplankton and the balance of nature: an opinion. Estuarine, Coastal Shelf Science 113: 317-323.

 

PDF#130 Borkman, D.G., T.J. Smayda, C.R. Tomas, R. York and W. Strangman and J.L.C. Wright 2012. Toxic Alexandrium peruvianum (Balech and de Mendiola) Balech and Tangen in Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island (USA). Harmful Algae 19: 92-100.

 

2011    

PDF#129 Reguera, B. and T.J. Smayda 2011. In memoriam: Tribute to Patrick Gentien (29 November – 9 March 2010). Harmful Algae 14: 5-9.

 

PDF#128 Smayda, T.J. 2011. Cryptic planktonic diatom challenges phytoplankton ecologists. PNAS 108: 4269-4270.

 

2010    

#127 Smayda, T.J. and D. Borkman 2010. Narragansett Bay Case Study. Chapter 4, pp. 57-70 In, D. Flemer, J. Sharp and P. Glibert (eds.) Estuarine Nutrient Criteria, A summary report of the National Estuarine Experts Workgroup 2005-2007, EPA, Washington, DC.

 

PDF#126 Smayda, T.J. 2010. Adaptations and selection of harmful and other dinoflagellate species in upwelling systems. 2. Motility and migratory behavior. Progress in Oceanography 85: 71-91.

 

PDF#125 Smayda, T.J. 2010. Adaptations and selection of harmful and other dinoflagellate species in upwelling systems. 1. Morphology and adaptive polymorphism. Progress in Oceanography 85: 53-70.

 

PDF#124 Smayda, T.J and V. Trainer 2010. Dinoflagellate blooms in upwelling systems: Seeding, variability and contrasts with diatom bloom behavior. Progress in Oceanography 85: 92-107.

 

PDF#123 Trainer, V., G.C. Pitcher, B. Reguera and T.J. Smayda 2010. The distribution of harmful algal bloom species in upwelling systems. Progress in Oceanograpy 85: 33-52.

 

2009    

PDF#122 Borkman and T.J. Smayda 2009. Gulf Stream position and winter NAO as drivers of long-term variations in the bloom phenology of the diatom Skeletonema costatum 'species-complex' in Narragansett Bay, RI, USA. Journal of Plankton Research 31: 1407-1425.

 

PDF#121 Borkman, DG and Smayda, TJ. 2009. Multidecadal (1959-1997) changes in Skeletonema abundance and seasonal bloom patterns in Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island, USA. Journal of Sea Research 61: 84-94.

 

2008    

PDF#120 Smayda, T.J. 2008. Complexity in the eutrophication-harmful algal bloom relationship, with comment on the importance of grazing. Harmful Algae 8: 140-151.

 

PDF#119 Smayda, T.J. and D.G. Borkman 2008. Nutrient and phytoplankton gradients in Narragansett Bay, pp. 431-484. In, A. Desbonnet and B.A. Costa-Pierce (eds.) Science for Ecosystem-based Management: Narragansett Bay in the 21st Century. Springer, Berlin.

 

PDF#118 Tomas, C.R. and T.J. Smayda 2008. Red tide blooms of Cochlodinium polykrikoides in a coastal cove. Harmful Algae 8: 308-317.

 

PDF#117 Smayda, T.J. 2007. Reflections on the ballast water dispersal-harmful algal bloom paradigm. Harmful Algae 6: 601-622.

 

2006    

#116 Smayda, T.J. 2006. Harmful Algal Bloom Communities in Scottish Coastal Waters: Relationship to Fish Farming and Regional Comparisons - A Review; Paper 2006/3. Scottish Executive, Scottish Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA) [available at: http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2006/02/03095327]

 

PDF#115 Smayda, T.J. 2006. Autecology of bloom forming microalgae: Extrapolation of laboratory results to field populations and the Redfield - Braarud debate revisited, p. 215-270. In, D.V. Subba Rao [ed.] Algal Cultures, Analogues of Blooms and Application. Science Publishers, Enfield, NH.

 

2004    

#114 Smayda, T.J. 2004. Eutrophication and phytoplankton. p. 89-98. In, P. Wassmann and K. Olli [eds.] Drainage Basin Nutrient Inputs and Eutrophication: an Integrated Approach. University of Tromsø, Norway. ISBN 82-910866-34-2. [An e-book available at: www.ut.ee/~olli/eutr/]

 

PDF#113 Smayda, T.J., D.G. Borkman, G. Beaugrand and A.G. Belgrano 2004. Ecological effects of climate variation in the North Atlantic: Phytoplankton, p. 49-58. In, N.C. Stenseth, G. Ottersen, J. Hurrell and A. Belgrano [eds.] Ecological  Effects of Climatic Variations in the North Atlantic. Oxford Univ. Press.

 

2003    

PDF#112 Smayda, T.J. and C.S. Reynolds 2003. Strategies of marine dinoflagellate survival and some rules of assembly. Journal of Sea Research 49: 95-106.

 

#111 Smayda, T.J. 2002. Environmental monitoring, with examples from Narragansett Bay, pp. 595-625. In, G.M. Hallegraeff, D.M. Anderson and A.D. Cembella [eds.] Manual on Harmful Marine Microalgae. IOC Manuals and Guides No. 11 UNESCO (2002).

 

2002    

PDF#110 Smayda, T.J. 2002. Turbulence, watermass stratification and harmful algal blooms: An alternative view. Harmful Algae 1: 95-112.

 

PDF#109 Verity, P.G., V. Smetacek and T.J. Smayda 2002. Status, trends and the future of the marine pelagic ecosystem. In, The Future of Marine Ecosystems. Environmental Conservation 29: 207-237.

 

PDF#108 Smayda, T.J. 2002. Adaptive ecology, growth strategies, and the global bloom expansion of dinoflagellates. Journal of Oceanography 58: 281-294.

 

2001    

PDF#107 Samet, J., G. Bignani, R. Feldman, W. Hawkins, J. Neff and T.J. Smayda 2001. Pfiesteria species and human health: Review of the science and recommendations for research. Environmental Health Perspectives 109: 639-659.

 

PDF#106 Smayda, T.J. and C.S. Reynolds 2001. Community assembly in marine phytoplankton: Application of recent models to harmful dinoflagellate blooms. Journal of Plankton Research 23: 447-461.

 

PDF#105 Li, Y. and T.J. Smayda 2001. A chlorophyll time series for Narragansett Bay: Assessment of the potential effect of tidal phase on measurement. Estuaries 24: 328-336.

 

2000 

PDF#104 Smayda, T.J. 2000. Ecological features of harmful algal blooms in coastal upwelling ecosystems. South African Journal of Marine Science 22: 219-253.

 

PDF#103 Li, Y. and T.J. Smayda 2000. Heterosigma akashiwo (Raphidophyceae): On prediction of the week of bloom initiation and maximum during the initial pulse of its bimodal bloom cycle in Narragansett Bay. Plankton Biology and Ecology 47: 80-84.

 

1998 

PDF#102 Smayda, T.J. 1998. Ecophysiology and bloom dynamics of Heterosigma akashiwo (Raphidophyceae), p. 113-131. In, D.M. Anderson, A.D. Cembella and G.M. Hallegraeff [eds.] Physiological Ecology of Harmful Algal Blooms. Springer, Berlin.

 

#101 Reynolds, C.S. and T.J. Smayda 1998. Principles of species selection and community assembly in the phytoplankton: beyond the mandala, p. 8-10. In, B. Reguera, J. Blanco, M.L. Fernández and T. Wyatt [eds.] Harmful Algae. Xunta de Galicia and Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO 1998.

 

PDF#100 Karentz, D.K. and T.J. Smayda 1998. Temporal patterns and variations in phytoplankton community organization and abundance in Narragansett Bay during 1959-1980. Journal of Plankton Research 20: 145-168.

 

PDF#99 Smayda, T.J. 1998. Patterns of variability characterizing marine phytoplankton, with examples from Narragansett Bay. ICES Journal of Marine Science 55: 562-573.

 

PDF#98 Borkman, D. and T.J. Smayda 1998. Long term trends in water clarity revealed by Secchi Disk measurements in lower Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island, USA. ICES Journal of Marine Science 55: 668-679.

 

PDF#97 Li, Y. and T.J. Smayda 1998. Temporal variability of chlorophyll in Narragansett Bay during an eighteen year time series. ICES Journal of Marine Science 55: 661-667.

 

1997 

#96 Smayda, T.J. 1997. From ponds to planet: the ecology mirrored in the harvesting of sunlight by phytoplankton. Journal of Phycology 33: 1082-1085.

 

PDF#95 Smayda, T.J. 1997. Harmful algal blooms: their ecophysiology and general relevance to phytoplankton blooms in the sea. Limnology and Oceanography 42: 1137-1153.

 

PDF#94 Smayda, T.J. 1997. What is a bloom? A commentary. Limnology and Oceanography 42: 1132-1136.

 

1996 

PDF#93 Smayda, T.J. 1996. Dinoflagellate bloom cycles: What is the role of cellular growth rate and bacteria?, p. 331-334. In, T. Yasumoto, Y. Oshima and Y. Fukuyo [eds.] Harmful and Toxic Algal Blooms. Intergovernmental Commission on Oceanography of UNESCO, Paris.

 

1995 

#92 Smayda. T.J. 1995. Environmental monitoring, p. 405-431. In, G.M. Hallegraeff, D.M. Anderson and A.D. Cembella [eds.] Manual on Harmful Marine Microalgae. IOC Manuals and Guides No. 33. UNESCO (1995).

 

PDF#91 Granéli, E., D.M. Anderson, P. Carlsson, G. Finenko, S.Y. Maestrini, M.A. Sampayo and T.J. Smayda 1995. Nutrition, growth rate and sensibility to grazing for the dinoflagellates Dinophysis acuminata, D. acuta and D. norvegica. La mer 33: 149-156.

 

#90 French, D. and T.J. Smayda 1995. Temperature regulated responses of nitrogen limited Heterosigma akashiwo, with relevance to its blooms. p. 585-590. In, P. Lassus, G. Arzul, E. Erard, P. Gentien and C. Marcaillou [eds.] Harmful Algal Blooms. Lavoisier Intercept Ltd., Paris.

 

#89 Smayda, T.J. and T. Wyatt 1995. Round Table - Global spreading hypothesis. p. 861-862. In, P. Lassus, G. Arzul, E. Erard, P. Gentien and C. Marcaillou [eds.] Harmful Algal Blooms. Lavoisier Intercept Ltd., Paris.

 

 

1993 

PDF#88 Smayda, T.J. 1993. Flagellates and their blooms in the sea: Trygve Braarud’s contributions to our knowledge, p. 2-12. In, T.J. Smayda and Y. Shimizu [eds] Toxic Phytoplankton Blooms in the Sea Elsevier, Amsterdam. (Reprinted in Japanese: Bull. Jpn. Soc. Microb. Ecol. 10: 43-51 (1995); translated by Prof. Yuzaburo Ishida).

 

#87 Smayda, T.J. 1993. Experimental Manipulations of Phytoplankton + Zooplankton + Ctenophore Communities and Foodweb Roles of the Ctenophore Mnemiopsis leidyi. ICES Biological Oceanography Committee, CM 1993/L:68, 13 pp.

 

1992 

#86 Smayda, T.J. 1992. Chrysochromulina polylepis and exceptional phytoplankton blooms in the sea: Some patterns, p. 1-25. In, O. Skulberg and R. Skulberg [eds] Proc. Third Nordic Symposium on Toxin Producing Algae, Oslo - 1988. Norwegian Institute for Water Research, Oslo.

 

#85 Smayda, T.J. 1992. A phantom of the ocean. Nature 358: 374-375 .

 

PDF#84 Smayda, T.J. 1992. Global epidemic of noxious phytoplankton blooms and food chain consequences, p. 275-307. In, K.Sherman, L.M. Alexander and B.D. Good [eds.] Food Chains, Yields, Models and Management of Large Marine Ecosystems. Westwood Press, Boulder, CO.

 

1991

PDF#83 Verity, P.G., T.J. Smayda and E. Sakshaug 1991. Photosynthesis, excretion, and growth rates of Phaeocystis colonies and solitary cells. Polar Research 10: 117-128.

 

1990 

PDF#82 Furnas, M., T.J. Smayda and C.R. Tomas 1990. Persistent dinoflagellate blooms in a small marine cove. II. Tidal fluxes of nutrients and phytoplankton. Marine Nature 3: 9-28.

 

#81 Smayda, T.J. 1990. Has there been a global expansion of harmful algal blooms? If so, is there a connection with human activities? p. 516-517. In, E. Granéli, B. Sundström, L. Edler and D.M. Anderson [eds.] Toxic Marine Phytoplankton. Elsevier, NY.

 

PDF#80 Smayda, T.J. 1990 Novel and nuisance phytoplankton blooms in the sea: evidence for a global epidemic, p. 29-40. In, E. Granéli, B. Sundström, L. Edler and D.M. Anderson [eds.] Toxic Marine Phytoplankton. Elsevier, NY.

 

1989 

#79 Smayda, T.J. 1989 Analysis of toxic red tide species as contributory to mass mortality of bottlenose dolphins in 1987-1988 along U.S. Atlantic Coast, p. 33-38. In, U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Merchant Marine & Fisheries Hearings. U.S. Govt. Print. Off. Serial No. 101-20.

 

#78 Smayda, T.J. 1989. Primary production and the global epidemic of phytoplankton blooms in the sea: A linkage?, p. 449-483. In, E.M. Cosper, E.J. Carpenter and V.M. Bricelj [eds.]: Novel Phytoplankton Blooms: Causes and Impacts of Recurrent Brown Tides and Other Unusual Blooms. Coastal and Estuarine Studies No. 35. Springer-Verlag, Berlin.

 

#77 Smayda, T.J. and T. Villareal 1989. The 1985 “brown-tide” and the open phytoplankton niche in Narragansett Bay during summer, p. 159-187. In, E.M. Cosper, E.J. Carpenter and V.M. Bricelj [eds.]: Novel Phytoplankton Blooms: Causes and Impacts of Recurrent Brown Tides and Other Unusual Blooms. Coastal and Estuarine Studies No. 35. Springer-Verlag, Berlin.

 

PDF#76 Furnas, M., T.J. Smayda and C. Tomas 1989. Persistent dinoflagellate blooms in a small marine cove. I. Effect of wind and tidal currents. Marine Nature 2: 79-93.

 

#75 Verity, P.G. and T.J. Smayda 1989. Nutritional value of Phaeocystis pouchetii (Prymnesiophyceae) and other phytoplankton for Acartia spp. Copepoda): Ingestion, egg production and growth of nauplii. Marine Biology 100: 161-171.

 

#74 Smayda, T.J. 1989. Homage to the International Symposium on Red Tides: the Scientific Coming of Age of Research on Akashiwo; Algal Blooms; Flos-aqua; Tsvetenie Vody; Wasserblüte, p. 21-30. In, T. Okaichi, D.M. Anderson and T. Nemoto [eds.] Red Tides: Biology, Environmental Science and Toxicology. Elsevier, NY.

 

#73 Smayda, T.J. and P. Fofonoff 1989. An extraordinary, noxious “brown-tide” in Narragansett Bay. II. Inimical Effects, p. 131-134. In, T. Okaichi, D.M. Anderson and T. Nemoto [eds.] Red Tides: Biology, Environmental Science and Toxicology. Elsevier, NY.

 

#72 Smayda, T.J. and T.A. Villareal. 1989. An extraordinary, noxious “brown-tide” in Narragansett Bay. I. The organism and its dynamics, p. 127-130. In, T. Okaichi, D.M. Anderson and T. Nemoto [eds.] Red Tides: Biology, Environmental Science and Toxicology. Elsevier, NY.

 

1988 

#71 Verity, P.G., T.A. Villareal and T.J. Smayda 1988. Ecological investigations of blooms of colonial Phaeocystis. II. Photosynthesis and growth rates. Journal of Plankton Research 10: 749-766.

 

#70 Verity, P.G., T.A. Villareal and T.J. Smayda 1988. Ecological investigations of blooms of colonial Phaeocystis. I. Size, abundance, and biochemical composition. Journal of Plankton Research 10: 219-248.

 

1987 

#69 Hitchcock, G.L., C. Langdon and T.J. Smayda 1987. Short-term changes in the biology of a warm-core Gulf Stream Ring: Phytoplankton biomass and productivity. Limnology and Oceanography 32: 919-928.

 

#68 Furnas, M.J. and T.J. Smayda 1987. Inputs of subthermocline waters and nitrate onto the Campeche Bank. Continental Shelf Research 7: 161-175.

 

1986 

#67 Smayda, T.J. 1986. Occurrence and distribution of the 1985 brown tide in Narragansett Bay, p. 7-8. In, Proceedings of the Emergency Conference on “Brown Tide” and Other Unusual Algal Blooms. NY State Interagency Committee on Aquatic Resources Development.

 

PDF#66 Furnas, M.J., T.J. Smayda and E.E. Deason 1986. Nitrogen dynamics in lower Narragansett Bay. II. Phytoplankton uptake, depletion rates of nitrogenous nutrient pools, and estimates of ecosystem remineralization. Journal of Plankton Research 8: 755-769.

 

1985 

#65 Hitchcock, G.L., C. Langdon and T.J. Smayda 1985. Seasonal variations in the phytoplankton biomass and productivity of a warm-core Gulf Stream ring. Deep-Sea Research 32: 1287-1300.

 

1984 

PDF#64 Smayda, T.J. 1984. Variations and long-term changes in Narragansett Bay, a phytoplankton-based coastal marine ecosystem: relevance to field monitoring for pollution assessment, p. 663-679. In, H.H. White [ed.] Concepts in Marine Pollution Measurements. Maryland Sea Grant College, Univ. Maryland Press, College Park, MD.

 

PDF#63 Karentz, D. and T.J. Smayda 1984. Temperature and the seasonal occurrence pattern of 30 dominant phytoplankton species in Narragansett Bay over a 22-year period (1959-1980). Marine Ecology Progress Series 18: 277-293.

 

1983 

#62 Smayda, T.J. 1983. Phytoplankton growth in the sea: Some concepts, methodological approaches and observations, p. 167-209. In, C.K. Tseng [ed.] Proceedings of the Joint U.S.-China Phycology Symposium. Science Press, Beijing, China.

 

#61 French, D.P., M.J. Furnas and T.J. Smayda 1983. Diel changes in nitrite concentration and its dynamics in the chlorophyll maximum in the Gulf of Mexico. Deep-Sea Reseach 30: 707-722.

 

#60 Smayda, T.J. and P.K. Bienfang 1983. Suspension properties of various phyletic groups of phytoplankton and tintinnids in an oligotrophic, subtropical system. P.S.Z.N.I. Marine Ecology 4: 289-300.

 

#59 Smayda, T.J. 1983. The Phytoplankton of Estuaries, p. 65-101. In, B. Ketchum [ed.] Estuaries and Enclosed Seas. Elsevier Press, NY.

 

1982 

PDF#58 Officer, C.B., T.J. Smayda and R. Mann 1982. Benthic filter feeding: A natural eutrophication control. Marine Ecology Progress Series 9: 203-210.

 

PDF#57 Deason, E.E. and T.J. Smayda 1982. Experimental evaluation of herbivory in the ctenophore Mnemiopsis leidyi and ctenophore-zooplankton-phytoplankton interactions in Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island, U.S.A. Journal of Plankton Research 4: 219-236.

 

PDF#56 Deason, E.E. and T.J. Smayda 1982. Ctenophore-zooplankton-phytoplankton interactions in Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island, U.S.A. during 1972-1977. Journal of Plankton Research 4: 203-217.

 

1980 

#55 Smayda, T.J. 1980 Species Succession, p. 493-570. In, I. Morris [ed.] The Physiological Ecology of Phytoplankton. Univ. Calif. Press, Berkeley, CA.

 

1979 

#54 Smayda, T.J. and T.J. Packard 1979. The phenomenon of anoxia as related to dinoflagellate blooms, p. 456-458. In, D.L.Taylor and H.H. Seliger [eds.] Toxic Dinoflagellate Blooms. Developments in Marine Biology, Vol. I, Elsevier/North-Holland, NY.

 

1978 

#53 Smayda, T.J. 1978. Nature and Adequacy of Biological Data Bases:  Plankton, p. 77-83. In, Climate and Fisheries, Proceedings from a Workshop, March 29-31, 1978. Center for Ocean Management Studies, Univ. Rhode Island.

 

#52 Dwyer, R.L., S.W. Nixon, C.O. Oviatt, K.J. Perez and T.J. Smayda 1978. Frequency Response of a Marine Ecosystem Subjected to Time-Varying Inputs, p. 19-38. In, J.W. Thorpe and J.W. Gibbons [eds.] Energy and Environmental Stress in Aquatic Systems. Conf-771114, Technical Information Center, U.S. Dept. of Energy.

 

#51 Smayda, T.J. 1978. From Phytoplankton to Biomass, p. 273-279. In, A. Sournia [ed.] Phytoplankton Manual. UNESCO Monographs on Oceanographic Methodology No. 6.

 

#50 Smayda, T.J. 1978. Eco- and Morphotypes, p. 230-232. In, A. Sournia [ed.] Phytoplankton Manual. UNESCO Monographs on Oceanographic Methodology No. 6.

 

#49 Smayda, T.J. 1978. Biogeographic Meaning; Indicators, p. 225-229. In, A. Sournia [ed.] Phytoplankton Manual. UNESCO Monographs on Oceanographic Methodology No. 6.

 

#48 Smayda, T.J. 1978. Estimating Cell Numbers. What to Count?, p. 165-166. In, A. Sournia [ed.] Phytoplankton Manual. UNESCO Monographs on Oceanographic Methodology No. 6.

 

1977 

PDF#47 Hitchcock, G.L. and T.J. Smayda 1977. Bioassay of lower Narragansett Bay waters during the 1972-1973 winter-spring bloom using the diatom Skeletonema costatum. Limnology and Oceanography 22: 132-139.

 

PDF#46 Hitchcock, G.L. and T.J. Smayda 1977. The importance of light in the initiation of the 1972-1973 winter-spring diatom bloom in Narragansett Bay. Limnology and Oceanography 22: 126-131.

 

1976 

#45 Smayda, T.J. 1976. Ceratium tripos (O.F. Muller) Nitzsch: A brief overview of its biology relative to its 1976 bloom dynamics in northeastern U.S. coastal waters, p. 103-109. In, J. Sharp [ed.]. Anoxia on the Middle Atlantic Shelf during the Summer of 1976. Rept. of Workshop in Washington, DC. 15-16 October 1976. NSF, IDOE Contract No. OCE 7700465, 122 pp.

 

#44 Furnas, M.J., G.L. Hitchcock and T.J. Smayda 1976. Nutrient-phytoplankton relationships in Narragansett Bay during the 1974 summer bloom, p. 118-133. In, Estuarine Processes, Uses, Stresses and Adaptation to the Estuary, Vol. 1. Academic Press, NY.

 

#43 Smayda, T.J. 1976. Plankton processes in mid-Atlantic nearshore and shelf waters and energy-related activities, p. 70-94. In, B. Manowitz [ed.] Effects of Energy-Related Activities on the Atlantic Continental Shelf. Proceedings of a Conference at Brookhaven National Laboratory, November 10-12, 1975, BNL 50484, 260 pp.

 

1975 

PDF#42 Durbin, E.G., R.W. Krawiec and T.J. Smayda 1975. Seasonal studies on the relative importance of different size fractions of phytoplankton in Narragansett Bay (USA). Marine Biology 32: 271-287. (Reprinted in J.S. Cobb and M. Harlin [eds.] Marine Ecology: Selected Reading. Univ. Park Press, Maryland).

 

#41 Smayda, T.J. 1975. Phased cell division in natural populations of the marine diatom Ditylum brightwelli, and the potential significance of diel phytoplankton behavior in the sea. Deep-Sea Research 22: 151-165.

 

PDF#40 Smayda, T.J. 1975. Net phytoplankton and the greater than 20-micron phytoplankton size fraction in upwelling waters off Baja California. Fishery Bulletin 73: 38-48.

 

1974 

PDF#39 Smayda, T.J. 1974. Some experiments on the sinking characteristics of two freshwater diatoms. Limnology and Oceanography 19: 628-635.

 

#38 Banse, K., M. Bernhard, R.W. Eppley, G.R. Hasle, R. Marumo, G.A. Robinson, G.I. Semina and T.J. Smayda 1974. A review of methods used for quantitative phytoplankton studies. UNESCO Technical Papers in Marine Science 18: 1-27.

 

PDF#37 Smayda, T.J. and B. Mitchell-Innes 1974. Dark survival of autotrophic, planktonic marine diatoms. Marine Biology 25: 195-202.

 

PDF#36 Smayda, T.J. 1974. Bioassay of the growth potential of the surface waters of lower Narragansett Bay over an annual cycle using the diatom Thalassiosira pseudonana  (13-1). Limnology and Oceanography 19: 889-901.

 

PDF#35 Holt, M.G. and T.J. Smayda 1974. The effect of daylength and light intensity on the growth rate of the marine diatom, Detonula confervacea (Cleve). Gran. Journal of Phycology 10: 231-237.

 

1973 

PDF#34 Smayda, T.J. 1973. The growth of Skeletonema costatum during a winter-spring bloom in Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island. Norwegian Journal of Botany 20: 219-247.

 

#33 Smayda, T.J. 1973. A survey of phytoplankton dynamics in the coastal waters from Cape Hatteras to Nantucket. Chap. 3, In: Coastal and Offshore Environmental Inventory, Cape Hatteras to Nantucket. Univ. Rhode Island Marine Publ. Series No. 2: 100 pp.

 

1971 

#32 Smayda, T.J. 1971. Normal and accelerated sinking of phytoplankton in the sea. Marine Geology 11: 105-122.

 

#31 Smayda, T.J. 1971. Further enrichment experiments using the centric diatom Cyclotella nana  (clone 13-1) as an assay organism, p. 493-511. In, J. Costlow [ed.]. Fertility of the Sea. Gordon & Breach, Ltd., London.

 

#30 Smayda, T.J. 1971. The Ocean Flora. p. 130-149. In, P.J. Herring & M.R. Clarke [eds.] The Deep Ocean. Praeger Publishers, NY.

 

1970 

#29 Lowman, F., J. Martin, R. Ting, S. Barnes, D. Swift, T.J. Smayda, G. Seiglie, R. Pivie, R. Davis, R. Santiago, R. McClin Escalera, A. Govslon, G. Telek, H. Besselierva, J. McCandless and A. Gileadi 1970. Bioenvironmental and radiological safety feasibility studies Atlantic-Pacific Interoceanic Canal. Phase 1 - final report. Battelle Memorial Institute, Columbus Laboratories, Columbus, Ohio.

 

#28 Smayda, T.J. 1970. Cultivation of plankton populations, Convenor’s Report. Helgoländer wissenschaftliche Meeresuntersuchungen 21: 401-444.

 

PDF#27 Ignatiades, L. and T.J. Smayda 1970. Autecological studies on the marine diatom Rhizosolenia fragilissima  Bergon. II. Enrichment and dark viability experiments. Journal of Phycology 6: 357-364.

 

PDF#26 Ignatiades, L. and T.J. Smayda 1970. Autecological studies on the marine diatom Rhizosolenia fragilissima  Bergon. I. The influence of light, temperature and salinity. Journal of Phycology 6: 332-339.

 

PDF#25 Smayda, T.J. 1970. Growth potential bioassay of water masses using diatom cultures: Phosphorescent Bay (Puerto Rico) and Caribbean waters. Helgoländer wissenschaftliche Meeresuntersuchungen 20: 172-194.

 

#24 Smayda, T.J. 1970. Buoyancy and sinking characteristics of freshwater phytoplankton. Rhode Island Water Resources Center, URI., 5th Annual Report (Oct. 1969), p. 66-67.

 

PDF#23 Smayda, T.J. 1970. The suspension and sinking of phytoplankton in the sea. Oceanography Marine Biology Annual Review 8: 353-414. [This publication has received the Citation Classic Award for its frequency of citation, and the most frequently cited paper appearing in Oceanography and Marine Biology Annual Review]

 

#22 Holmes, R., R. Norris, T.J. Smayda and E.J.F. Wood 1970. Recommended procedures for measuring the productivity of plankton standing stock and related oceanic properties. National Academy of Sciences, SBN 309:01760-2, 60 pp.

 

1969 

#21 Smayda, T.J. 1969. Buoyancy and sinking characteristics of freshwater phytoplankton. Rhode Island Water Resources Center, URI, 4th Annual Report (Oct. 1968), pp. 45-49.

 

PDF#20 Smayda, T.J. 1969. Some measurements of the sinking rate of fecal pellets. Limnology and  Oceanography 14: 621-625. #20.pdf

 

PDF#19 Smayda, T.J. 1969. Experimental observations on the influence of temperature, light and salinity on cell division of the marine diatom, Detonula confervacea (Cleve). Gran. Journal of Phycology 5: 150-157.

 

1966 

#18 Smayda, T.J. 1966. A quantitative analysis of the phytoplankton of the Gulf of Panama. III. General ecological conditions, and the phytoplankton dynamics at 8°45'N, 79°23'W from November 1954 to May 1957. Bulletin of the Inter-American Tropical Tuna Commission 11: 353-612.

 

#17 Smayda, T.J. 1966. Phytoplankton. In, R. Fairbridge [ed.] Encyclopedia of Earth Sciences. 1: 712-716. Reinhold Publ. Co., NY.

PDF#16 Smayda, T.J. and B.J. Boleyn 1966. Experimental observations on the flotation of marine diatoms. III. Bacteriastrum hyalinum Lauder and Chaetoceros lauderi  Ralfs. Limnology and Oceanography 11: 35-43.

 

PDF#15 Smayda, T.J. and B.J. Boleyn 1966. Experimental observations on the flotation of marine diatoms. II. Skeletonema costatum (Grev.) Cleve and Rhizosolenia setigera  Brightwell. Limnology and Oceanography 11: 18-34.

 

1965 

PDF#14 Smayda, T.J. and B.J. Boleyn 1965. Experimental observations on the flotation of marine diatoms. I. Thalassiosira cf. nana Lohmann, Thalassiosira rotula Meunier and Nitzschia seriata Cleve. Limnology and Oceanography 10: 499-509.

 

#13 Smayda, T.J. 1965. A quantitative analysis of the phytoplankton of the Gulf of Panama. II. On the relationship between C-14 assimilation and the diatom standing crop. Bulletin of the Inter-American Tropical Tuna Commission 9: 465-531.

 

1964 

#12 Smayda, T.J. 1964. Enrichment experiments using the marine centric diatom Cyclotella nana  (clone 13-1) as an assay organism. Occasional Paper No. 2, Graduate School of Oceanography, University of Rhode Island (Symposium on Experimental Marine Ecology), p. 25-32.

 

1963 

#11 Smayda, T.J. 1963. A quantitative analysis of the phytoplankton of the Gulf of Panama. I. Results of the regional surveys during July and November, 1957 and March, 1958. Bulletin of the Inter-American Tropical Tuna Commission 7: 191-253.

 

#10 Smayda, T.J. 1963. Succession of phytoplankton and the ocean as an holocoenotic environment, p. 260-274. In, C. Oppenheimer [ed.] Symposium on Marine Microbiology. C.C. Thomas Publ., Chicago, Ill.

 

1962 

#9 Smayda, T.J. 1962. Occurrence of unusual bodies in a marine pennate diatom. Nature 196: 191.

 

#8 Smayda, T.J. 1962. Some quantitative aspects of primary production in a Rhode Island coastal salt pond. Proc. 1st Nat. Coastal and Shallow Water Research Conference, p. 123-125.

 

1960 

#7 Smayda, T.J. 1960. The cycle of life in the oceans. Cornell Plantations 15: 56-59.

 

#6 Hasle, G.R. and T.J. Smayda 1960. The annual phytoplankton cycle at Drøbak, Oslofjord. Nytt Magasin for Botanikk 8: 53-75.

 

1959 

#5 Smayda, T.J. 1959. Some preliminary results from a quantitative analysis of the phytoplankton in the Gulf of Panama. Preprints, International Oceanographic Congress, NY, p. 901-902.

 

PDF#4 Smayda, T.J. 1959. The seasonal incoming radiation in Norwegian and Arctic waters, and indirect methods of measurement. Journal du Conseil 24: 215-220.

 

1958 

PDF#3 Smayda, T.J. 1958. Biogeographical studies of marine phytoplankton. Oikos 9: 158-191.

 

#2 Smayda, T.J. 1958. Phytoplankton studies around Jan Mayen Island March-April, 1955. Nytt Magasin for Botanikk 6: 75-96.

 

1957 

PDF#1 Smayda, T.J. 1957. Phytoplankton studies in lower Narragansett Bay. Limnology and Oceanography 2: 342-359.