SMAST / Fisheries Oceanography
Violette Research 202
School for Marine Science & Technology West, New Bedford 212A
|1969||Guilford College||B.S. in Biology|
|1974||University of South Florida||M.A. in Biology|
|1977||Texas A & M University||Ph.D in Biology|
- Ocean Environment
- Descriptive Oceanography
- Biological Oceanography
The study of the ocean environment as an integrated ecosystem: The biology of marine organisms and the related physical, chemical, and geological processes of the sea with attention given to the exploitation of marine resources and pollution. Not offered for credit to biology majors.
An introduction to the field of oceanography. Physical, chemical, geological, and biological aspects are emphasized to provide a basic foundation for further work in biological oceanography.
- Biological and Physical Controls of Toxic Alexandrium Blooms in Shallow Estuarine Systems
- Harbor Outfall Monitoring 9 (HOM 9) zooplankton monitoring in Boston Harbor, Massachusetts Bay and Cape Cod Bay
- Long-term plankton and water-quality ecological survey of Buzzards Bay
- $80942.00 Harbor and Outfall Monitoring Services (2020-2023)
- Marine plankton
- Zooplankton feeding
- Plankton communities of Boston Harbor and adjacent waters
- Food web accumulation and transport of red tide toxins
- Interactions between copepod feeding and reproductive success
Turner, Jefferson T (2015).
Zooplankton fecal pellets, marine snow, phytodetritus and the ocean’s biological pump
Progress in Oceanography, 130, 205-248.
Turner, J. T. (2014).
Planktonic marine copepods and harmful algae
Harmful Algae, 32, 81-93.
Anderson, D. M., D. J. McGillicuddy, S. L. DeGrasse, K. G. Sellner, V. M. Bricelj, J. T. Turner, D. W. Townsend, & J. L. Kleindinst (Guest Editors) (2014).
Harmful Algae in the Gulf of Maine: Oceanography, Population Dynamics, and Toxin Transfer in the Food Web
Deep-Sea Research II, 103, 1-375.