Ryan E. Morse, Ph.D.

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2011 Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA, United States 
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Oceanography Biology, Environmental Sciences, Physical Oceanography
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Margaret R. Mulholland grad student 2011 Old Dominion University
 (Controls on the formation of algal blooms in the lower Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries.)
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Egerton TA, Morse RE, Marshall HG, et al. (2014) Emergence of Algal Blooms: The Effects of Short-Term Variability in Water Quality on Phytoplankton Abundance, Diversity, and Community Composition in a Tidal Estuary. Microorganisms. 2: 33-57
Morse RE, Mulholland MR, Egerton TA, et al. (2014) Phytoplankton and nutrient dynamics in a tidally dominated eutrophic estuary: Daily variability and controls on bloom formation Marine Ecology Progress Series. 503: 59-74
Morse RE, Mulholland MR, Hunley WS, et al. (2013) Controls on the initiation and development of blooms of the dinoflagellate Cochlodinium polykrikoides Margalef in lower Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries Harmful Algae. 28: 71-82
Tang YZ, Kong L, Morse RE, et al. (2012) Report of a bloom-forming dinoflagellate takayamaacrotrocha from tropical coastal waters of singapore Journal of Phycology. 48: 455-466
Morse RE, Shen J, Blanco-Garcia JL, et al. (2011) Environmental and Physical Controls on the Formation and Transport of Blooms of the Dinoflagellate Cochlodinium polykrikoides Margalef in the Lower Chesapeake Bay and Its Tributaries Estuaries and Coasts. 34: 1006-1025
Filippino KC, Mulholland MR, Bernhardt PW, et al. (2011) The Bioavailability of Effluent-derived Organic Nitrogen along an Estuarine Salinity Gradient Estuaries and Coasts. 34: 269-280
Mulholland MR, Morse RE, Boneillo GE, et al. (2009) Understanding causes and impacts of the dinoflagellate, Cochlodinium polykrikoides, blooms in the Chesapeake Bay Estuaries and Coasts. 32: 734-747
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