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The publications and presentations listed below acknowledge contributions of the Digital Microscopy Facility in carrying out research.

Articles in refereed publications – published or accepted

  1. Samanta, B., M.E. Kinney, Q. Heffell, J.M. Ehrman & I. Kaczmarska. 2017. Gametogenesis and auxospore development in the bipolar centric diatom Brockmanniella brockmannii (Family Cymatosiraceae. Protist 168: 527-545.

  2. Kaczmarska, I., B.S. Gray Jr., J.M. Ehrman & M. Thaler. 2017. Sexual reproduction in plagiogrammacean diatoms: first insights into the early pennates. PLoS ONE 12: e0181413.

  3. Luddington, I.A., C. Lovejoy & I. Kaczmarska. 2016. Species-rich meta-communities of the diatom order Thalassiosirales in the Arctic and northern Atlantic Ocean. Journal of Plankton Research 38: 781-797.

  4. Gastineau, R., G. Hansen, N.A. Davidovich, O. Davidovich, J.-F. Bardeau, I. Kaczmarska, J. Ehrman, V. Leignel, Y. Hardivillier, B. Jacquette, M. Poulin, M. Morançais, J. Fleurence & J.-L. Mouget. 2016. A new blue-pigmented hasleoid diatom, Haslea provincialis, from the Mediterranean Sea. European Journal of Phycology 51:156-170.

  5. Kaczmarska, I. & J.M. Ehrman. 2015. Auxosporulation in Paralia guyana MacGillivary (Bacillariophyta) and possible new insights into the habit of the earliest diatoms. PLoS ONE 10: e0141150.

  6. Dobritzsch, D., P. Granz, M. Rother, J. Ehrman, R. Baumbach & J. Miersch. 2015. Cadmium-induced formation of sulphide particles in the aquatic hyphomycetes Heliscus lugdunensis. Journal of Trace Elements in Medicine and Biology 31: 92-97.

  7. MacGillivary, M.L. & I. Kaczmarska. 2015. Paralia (Bacillariophyta) stowaways in ship ballast: implications for biogeography and diversity of the genus. Journal of Biological Research-Thessaloniki 22: 2.

  8. Kaczmarska, I. & J.M. Ehrman. 2015. High colonization and propagule pressure by ship ballast as a vector for the diatom genus Pseudo-nitzschia. Management of Biological Invasions 6: 31-43.

  9. Vernes, K., T. Cooper & S. Green. 2015. Seasonal fungal diets of small mammals in an Australian temperate forest ecosystem. Fungal Ecology 18: 107-114.

  10. Brüning, R., A. Sibley, T. Sharma, D.A. Brown, T. Demay, F. Brüning & T. Bernhard. 2014. Stress of electroless copper deposits on insulating and metal substrates. Thin Solid Films 565: 136-142.

  11. Edgar, R., D. Drolet, J.M. Ehrman & I. Kaczmarska. 2014 Motile gametes of the araphid diatom Tabularia fasciculata search randomly for mates. PLoS ONE 9: e101767.

  12. Fernandes, L.F, K.A. Hubbard, M.L. Richlen, J. Smith, S.S. Bates, J. Ehrman, C. Léger, L.L. Mafra Jr., D. Kulis, M. Quilliam, K. Libera, L. McCauley & D.M. Anderson. 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.

  13. Kaczmarska, I., L. Mather, I.A. Luddington, F. Muise & J.M. Ehrman. 2014. Cryptic diversity in a cosmopolitan diatom known as Asterionellopsis glacialis (Fragilariaceae): implications for ecology, biogeography and taxonomy. American Journal of Botany 101: 267-286.

  14. Mather, L., I. Kaczmarska & J.M. Ehrman. 2014. Silicification of auxospores in the araphid diatom Tabularia fasciculata (Bacillariophyta). European Journal of Protistology 50: 1-10.

  15. Briski, E., S.A. Bailey, O. Casas-Monroy, C. DiBacco, I. Kaczmarska, J.E. Lawrence, J. Leichsenring, C. Levings, M.L. MacGillivary, C.W. McKindsey, L.E. Nasmith, M. Parentau, G.E. Piercey, R.B. Rivkin, A. Rochon, S. Roy, N. Simard, B. Sun, C. Way, A.M. Weise & H.J. MacIsaac. 2013. Taxon- and vector-specific variation in species richness and abundance during the transport stage of biological invasions. Limnology and Oceanography 58: 1361-1372.

  16. Gárate-Lizárraga, I., C.A. Poot-Delgado, E.R. Ramírez-Castillo & M.H. Páez-Hernández. 2013. Proliferation of Pseudo-nitzschia brasiliana and P. cf. pseudodelicatissima (Bacillariophyceae) in the Estero Santa Cruz, northern Gulf of California, Mexico. Revista del Biología Marina y Oceanografía 48: 393-399.

  17. Gastineau, R., V. Leignel, B. Jacquette, Y. Hardivillier, A. Wulff, P. Gaudin, D. Bendahmane, N.A. Davidovich, I. Kaczmarska & J.-L. Mouget. 2013. Inheritance of mitochondrial DNA in the pennate diatom Haslea ostrearia (Naviculaceae) during auxosporulation suggests a uniparental transmission. Protist 164: 340-351.

  18. Kaczmarska, I., A. Poulíčková, S. Sato, M.B. Edlund, M. Idei, T. Watanabe & D.G. Mann 2013. Proposals for a terminology for diatom sexual reproduction, auxospores and resting stages. Diatom Research 28: 263-294.

  19. Li, G. & D.A. Campbell. 2013. Rising CO2 interacts with growth light and growth rate to alter photosystem II photoinactivation of the coastal diatom Thalassiosira pseudonana. PLoS ONE 8: e55562.

  20. MacGillivary, M.L. & I. Kaczmarska. 2013. Lectotypification of Paralia sulcata (Ehrenb.) Cleve and description of P. obscura sp. nov. (Bacillariophyta) from Ehrenberg's original material. Diatom Research 28: 221-235.

  21. Villac, M.C., I. Kaczmarska & J.M. Ehrman. 2013. The diversity of diatom assemblages in ships' ballast sediments: colonization and propagule pressure on Canadian ports. Journal of Plankton Research 35: 1267-1282.

  22. Briski, E., S.A. Bailey, O. Casas-Monroy, C. DiBacco, I. Kaczmarska, C. Levings, M.L. MacGillivary, C.W. Mckindsey, L.E. Nasmith, M. Parenteau, G.E. Piercey, A. Rochon, S. Roy, N. Simard, M.C. Villac, A.M. Weise & H.J. MacIsaac. 2012. Relationship between propagule pressure and colonization pressure in invasion ecology: a test with ship’s ballast. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 279: 2990-2997.

  23. Davidovich, N.A., I. Kaczmarska, S.A. Karpov, O.I. Davidovich, M.L. MacGillivary & L. Mather. 2012. Mechanism of male gamete motility in araphid pennate diatoms from the genus Tabularia (Bacillariophyta). Protist 163: 480-494.

  24. Ehrman, J.M. & I. Kaczmarska. 2012. Strategies for high-throughput microscopy in algal research. In: Wołowski, K., I. Kaczmarska, J.M. Ehrman & A.Z. Wojtal (eds.). Current advances in algal taxonomy and its applications: phylogenetic, ecological and applied perspective. W. Szafer Institute of Botany, Polish Academy of Sciences, Kraków, p. 253-262.

  25. Kaczmarska, I., M.L. MacGillivary, L. Mather, L. & J.M. Ehrman. 2012. Current advances in the biology of marine araphid diatoms. In: Wołowski, K., I. Kaczmarska, J.M. Ehrman & A.Z. Wojtal (eds.). Current advances in algal taxonomy and its applications: phylogenetic, ecological and applied perspective. W. Szafer Institute of Botany, Polish Academy of Sciences, Kraków, p. 69-78.

  26. Lang, I. & I. Kaczmarska. 2012. Morphological and molecular identity of diatom cells retrieved from ship ballast tanks destined for Vancouver, Canada. Nova Hedwigia, Beiheft 141: 515-534.

  27. Lloyd, V., M.J. Beaton, J. Sassine & N.F. Robichaud. 2012. The epigenetic repertoire of Daphnia magna includes modified histones. Genetics Research International 2012: 174860.

  28. Luddington, I.A., I. Kaczmarska & C. Lovejoy. 2012. Distance and character-based evaluation of the V4 region of the 18S rRNA gene for the identification of diatoms (Bacillariophyceae). PLoS ONE 7: e45664.

  29. MacGillivary, M.L. & I. Kaczmarska. 2012. Genetic differentiation within the Paralia longispina (Bacillariophyta) species complex. Botany 90: 205-222.

  30. Castellano, M.A., J.M. Trappe & K. Vernes. 2011. Australian species of Elaphomyces (Elaphomycetaceae, Eurotiales, Ascomycota). Australian Systematic Botany 24: 32-57.

  31. Lang, I. & I. Kaczmarska. 2011. A protocol for a single-cell PCR of diatoms from fixed samples: method validation using Ditylum brightwellii (T. West) Grunow. Diatom Research 26: 43-49.

  32. MacGillivary, M.L. & J. M. Ehrman. 2011. A readily available SEM substrate for a random orientation of diatom frustules. Diatom Research 26: 321-323.

  33. MacGillivary, M.L. & I. Kaczmarska. 2011. Survey of the efficacy of a short fragment of the rbcL gene as a supplemental DNA barcode for diatoms. Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology 58: 529-536.

  34. Sahraoui, I., S.S. Bates, D. Bouchouicha, H. Hadj Mabrouk & A. Sakka Hlaili. 2011. Toxicity of Pseudo-nitzschia populations from Bizerte Lagoon, Tunisia, southwest Mediterranean, and first report of domoic acid production by P. brasiliana. Diatom Research 26: 293-303.

  35. Vernes, K. & T. Lebel. 2011. Truffle consumption by New Guinea forest wallabies. Fungal Ecology 4: 270-276.

  36. Villac, M.C. & I. Kaczmarska. 2011. Estimating propagule pressure and viability of diatoms detected in ballast tank sediments of ships arriving at Canadian ports. Marine Ecology Progress Series 425: 47-61.

  37. Danks, M., T. Lebel & K. Vernes. 2010. 'Cort short on a mountaintop' - Eight new species of sequestrate Cortinarius from sub-alpine Australia and affinities to sections within the genus. Persoonia 24: 106-126.

  38. Davidovich, N.A., I. Kaczmarska & J.M. Ehrman. 2010. Heterothallic and homothallic sexual reproduction in Tabularia fasciculata (Bacillariophyta). Fottea 10: 251-266.

  39. Finkel, Z.V. & B. Kotrc. 2010. Silica use through time: macroevolutionary change in the morphology of the diatom frustule. Geomicrobiology Journal 27: 596-608.

  40. Finkel, Z.V., K.A Matheson, K.S. Regan & A.J. Irwin. 2010. Genotypic and phenotypic variation in diatom silicification under paleo-oceanographic conditions. Geobiology 8: 433-445.

  41. Klein, G., K. MacIntosh, I. Kaczmarska & J.M. Ehrman. 2010. Diatom survivorship in ballast water during a trans-Pacific crossing. Biological Invasions 12: 1031-1044.

  42. Moniz, M.B.J. & I. Kaczmarska. 2010. Barcoding of diatoms: nuclear encoded ITS revisited. Protist 161: 7-34.

  43. Hanic, L.A., S. Sekimoto & S.S. Bates. 2009. Oomycete and chytrid infections of the diatom Pseudo-nitzschia pungens (Bacillariophyceae) from Prince Edward Island, Canada. Botany 87: 1096-1105.

  44. Kaczmarska, I., J.M. Ehrman, M.B.J. Moniz & N. Davidovich. 2009. Phenotypic and genetic structure of interbreeding poplulations of the diatom Tabularia fasciculata (Bacillariophyta). Phycologia 48: 391-403.

  45. Kaczmarska, I., C. Lovejoy, M. Potvin & M.L. MacGillivary. 2009. Molecular and morphological characteristics of selected species of Minidiscus. European Journal of Phycology 44: 461-475.

  46. Klein, G., I. Kaczmarska & J.M. Ehrman. 2009. Chaetoceros in ships' ballast waters - survivorship of stowaways. Acta Botanica Croatica 68: 325-338.

  47. Moniz, M.B.J. & I. Kaczmarska. 2009. Barcoding diatoms: is there a good marker? Molecular Ecology Resources - Special Issue on Barcoding Life 9 (Suppl. 1): 65-74.

  48. Mossman, D.J., J.M. Ehrman, R. Brüning, L. Semple & L.A. Groat. 2009. "Skunk" calcite: Mineral paragenesis in an amethyst geode from Ametista, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. The Mineralogical Record 40: 121-125.
  49. Priya, S., J. Robichaud, M.-C. Méthot, S. Balaji, J.M. Ehrman, B.-L. Su & Y. Djaoued. 2009. Transformation of microporous titanium glycolate nanorods into mesoporous anatase titania nanorods by hot water treatment. Journal of Materials Science 44: 6470-6483.

  50. Sahraoui, I., A.S. Hlaili, H.H. Mabrouk, C. Léger & S.S. Bates. 2009. Blooms of the diatom genus Pseudo-nitzschia H. Peragallo in Bizerte Lagoon (Tunisia, SW Mediterranean). Diatom Research 24: 175-190.

  51. Thaler, M. & I. Kaczmarska 2009. Gyrosigma orbitum (Bacillariophyta), a new species from a Bay of Fundy salt marsh. Botanica Marina 52: 60-68.

  52. Verdy, A., M. Follows & G. Flierl. 2009. Optimal phytoplankton cell size in an allometric model. Marine Ecology Progress Series 379: 1-12.

  53. Allaway, H., V. Lloyd & I. Kaczmarska. 2008. Whole mount immunofluorescent hybridization of diatoms. Diatom Research 23: 1-9.

  54. Djaoued, Y., M. Thibodeau, J. Robichaud, S. Balaji, S. Priya, N. Tchoukanova & S.S. Bates. 2008. Photocatalytic degradation of domoic acid using nanocrystalline TiO2 thin films. Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A: Chemistry 193: 271-283.

  55. Ehrman, J.M., F. Bärlocher, R. Wennrich, G.-J. Krauss & G. Krauss. 2008. Fungi in a heavy metal precipitating spring in Mansfelder Land, Germany. Science of the Total Environment 389: 486-496.

  56. Hawkes, R.L., E.P. Milley, J.M. Ehrman, R.M. Woods, J.D. Hoyland, C.L. Pettipas & D.W. Tokaryk. 2008. What can we learn about atmospheric meteor ablation and light production from laser ablation? Earth, Moon, Planets 102: 331-336.

  57. Kaczmarska, I. & J.M. Ehrman. 2008. Poloniasira fryxelliana Kaczmarska, a new thalassiosiroid diatom (Bacillariophyta) from the Early Oligocene diatomites in Polish Flysch Carpathians, southeast Poland. Nova Hedwigia, Beihefte 133: 217-230. (invited contribution to a special commemorative volume dedicated to Prof. G. A. Fryxell)

  58. Kaczmarska, I., C. Reid, J.L. Martin & M.B.J. Moniz. 2008. Morphological, biological and molecular characteristics of Pseudo-nitzschia delicatissima from the Canadian Maritimes. Plant Systematic Research in Canada, Special Volume of Canadian Journal of Botany (now Botany) 86: 763-772. (invited).

  59. Kearns, S.G. & F. Bärlocher. 2008. Leaf surface roughness influences colonization success of aquatic hyphomycete conidia. Fungal Ecology 1: 13-18.

  60. Braha, B., H. Tintemann, G. Krauss, J. Ehrman, F. Baerlocher & G.-J. Krauss. 2007. Stress response in two strains of the aquatic hyphomycete Heliscus lugdunensis after exposure to cadmium and copper ions. Biometals 20: 93-105.

  61. Kaczmarska, I., N.A. Davidovich & J.M. Ehrman. 2007. Sex cells and reproduction in the diatom Nitzschia longissima (Bacillariophyta): discovery of siliceous scales in gamete cell walls and novel elements of the perizonium. Phycologia 46: 726-737.

  62. Kaczmarska, I., J.L. Martin, J.M. Ehrman & M.M. LeGresley. 2007. Pseudo-nitzschia species population dynamics in the Quoddy Region, Bay of Fundy. Harmful Algae 6: 861-874.

  63. Milley, E.P, R.L. Hawkes & J.M. Ehrman. 2007. Meteor luminosity simulation through laser ablation of meteorites. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society (Rapid Publication Section) 382: L67-L71.

  64. Vernes, K. & J.M. Trappe. 2007 Hypogeous fungi in the diet of the red-legged pademelon Thylogale stigmatica from a rainforest-open forest interface in northeastern Australia. Australian Zoologist 34: 203-208.

  65. Kaczmarska, I., M. Beaton, A.C. Benoit & L.K. Medlin. 2006. Molecular phylogeny of selected members of the order Thalassiosirales (Bacillariophyta) and evolution of the fultoportula. Journal of Phycology 42: 121-138.

  66. Mills, K.E. & I. Kaczmarska. 2006. Autogamic reproductive behaviour and sex cell structure of Thalassiosira angulata. Botanica Marina 49: 417-430.

  67. Davidovich, N.A., I. Kaczmarska & J.M. Ehrman. 2006. The sexual structure of a natural population of the diatom Nitzschia longissima (Bréb.) Ralfs. In: Witkowski, A. (ed.) Proceedings of the 18th International Diatom Symposium pp. 27-40, Biopress Ltd., Bristol.

  68. Kaczmarska, I. & R. Jahn. 2006. Typification and identity of Melosira arctica (Ehrenberg) Ralfs, and description of a new variety, M. arctica var. krembsii Kaczmarska et Jahn. Botanica Marina 49: 151-164.

  69. Kaczmarska, I., J.M. Ehrman, S.S. Bates, D.H. Green & J. Harris. 2005. Diversity and distribution of epibiotic bacteria on Pseudo-nitzschia multiseries in culture, and comparison with those on diatoms in native seawater. Harmful Algae 4: 725-741.

  70. Kaczmarska, I., J.L. Martin, M.M. LeGresley & J.M. Ehrman. 2005. Diversity of the diatom genus Pseudo-nitzschia Peragallo in the Quoddy Region of the Bay of Fundy, Canada. Harmful Algae 4: 1-19.

  71. Trites, M., P.W. Hicklin, J. Ollerhead, J.M. Ehrman & I. Kaczmarska. 2005. Benthic diatoms from two mudflats in Chignecto Bay, Upper Bay of Fundy. Hydrobiologia 544: 299-319.

  72. Bates, S.S., J. Gaudet, I. Kaczmarska & J.M. Ehrman. 2004. Interaction between bacteria and the domoic-acid-producing diatom Pseudo-nitzschia multiseries (Hasle) Hasle: can bacteria produce domoic acid autonomously? Harmful Algae 3: 11-20.

  73. Ehrman, J.M. & I. Kaczmarska. 2004. A virtual instrument metaphor for object identification: an example application using toxic diatoms. Limnology and Oceanography Bulletin 13: 1-4.

  74. Evans, K.M., S.S. Bates, L.K. Medlin & P.K. Hayes. 2004. Microsatellite marker development and genetic variation in the toxic marine diatom Pseudo-nitzschia multiseries (Bacillariophyceae). Journal of Phycology 40: 911-920.

  75. Kaczmarska, I. & M. Trites. 2004. Mudflat diatoms in the Bay of Fundy: what is known about them. In: Wells, P.G., G.R. Daborn, J.A. Persy, J. Harvey and S.J. Rolson (eds.), Health of the Bay of Fundy: Assessing Key Issues. Proceedings of the 5th BoF Science Workshop and Coastal Forum, Environment Canada - Atlantic Region Occasional Reports 21: 195-199.

  76. Medlin, L.K. & I. Kaczmarska. 2004. Evolution of the diatoms: V. Morphological and cytological support for the major clades and a taxonomic revision. Phycologia 43: 245-270.

  77. Trites, M., P. Hicklin, J. Ollerhead & I. Kaczmarska. 2004. Benthic diatoms from two intertidal mudflats in the Upper Bay of Fundy. In: Wells, P.G., G.R. Daborn, J.A. Persy, J. Harvey and S.J. Rolson (eds.), Health of the Bay of Fundy: Assessing Key Issues. Proceedings of the 5th BoF Science Workshop and Coastal Forum, Environment Canada - Atlantic Region Occasional Reports 21: 200-207.

  78. Guckert, K., & D.J. Mossman. 2003. Pennsylvanian coal and associated bitumens at Johnson Mills, Shepody Bay, New Brunswick, Canada. International Journal of Coal Geology 53: 137-152.

  79. Krauss, G., K.R. Sridhar, K. Jung, R. Wennrich, J. Ehrman & F. Baerlocher. 2003. Aquatic hyphomycetes in polluted groundwater habitats of Central Germany. Microbial Ecology 45: 329-339.

  80. Mercado, I & R.A. Wharton. 2003. Mexican cardiochiline genera (Hymenoptera: Braconidae), including a preliminary assessment of species-groups in Toxoneuron Say and Retusigaster Dangerfield, Austin and Whitfield. Journal of Natural History 37: 845-902.

  81. Mossman, D.J., G. Eigendorf, D. Tokaryk, F. Gauthier-Lafaye, K.D. Guckert, V. Melezhik & C.E.G. Farrow. 2003. Testing for fullerenes in geological material: Oklo carbonaceous substances, Karelian shungites, Sudbury “Black Tuff”. Geology 31: 255-258.

  82. Davidovich, N.A. 2002. Sexual heterogeneity of the clones of Nitzschia longissima (Bréb.) Ralfs (Bacillariophyta). Algologiya 12: 279-290. (in Russian with English abstract).

  83. Ehrman, J.M. & I. Kaczmarska. 2002. A 90-degree-tilt rotary adapter for SEM. Microscopy Today 2-2: 24-26.

  84. Kimani-Njogu, S.W. & R.A. Wharton. 2002. Two new species of Opiinae (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) attacking fruit-infesting Tephritidae (Diptera) in western Kenya. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of America 104: 79-90.

  85. Wharton, R.A. 2002. Revision of the Australian Alysiini (Hymenoptera: Braconidae). Invertebrate Systematics 16: 7-105.

  86. Yoder, M.J. & R.A. Wharton. 2002. Nomenclature of African Psilini (Hymenoptera: Diapriidae), and status of Coptera robustior, a parasitoid of Mediterranean fruit fly, (Diptera: Tephritidae). Canadian Entomologist 134: 561-576.

  87. Bates, S.S. 2001. Domoic-acid-producing diatoms: another genus added! Journal of Phycology 36: 978-985.

  88. Clair, T.A., J.M. Ehrman, I. Kaczmarska, A. Locke, D.W. Tarasick, K.E. Day & G. Maillet. 2001. Will reduced summer UV-B levels affect zooplankton populations of temperate humic and clearwater lakes? Hydrobiologia 462: 75-89.

  89. Ehrman, J.M. & I. Kaczmarska. 2001. A simple transmitted electron detector for SEM. Microscopy Today 1-5: 12-14.

  90. Kaczmarska, I., J.M. Ehrman & S.S. Bates. 2001. A review of auxospore structure, ontogeny, and diatom phylogeny. In: Economou-Amilli, A. (ed.) Proceedings of the 16th International Diatom Symposium pp. 601: 153-168, University of Athens Press, Athens, Greece.

  91. Krauss, G., F. Baerlocher, P. Schreck, R. Wennrich, W. Glässer & G.-J. Krauss. 2001. Aquatic hyphomycetes occur in hyperpolluted waters in Central Germany. Nova Hedwigia 72: 419-428.

  92. Smith, A.C., J.L. Martin, J.M. Ehrman & I. Kaczmarska. 2001. Ten year record of Thalassiosira nordenskioeldii Cleve diatom population dynamics: comparison of aquaculture and non-aquaculture sites in the Quoddy Region. ICES Journal of Marine Science 58: 391-397.

  93. Sridhar, K.R., G. Krauss, F. Baerlocher, N.S. Raviraja, R. Wennrich, R. Baumbach & G.-J. Krauss. 2001. Decomposition of alder leaves in two heavy metal polluted streams in Central Germany. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 26: 73-80.

  94. Hiltz, M., S.S. Bates & I. Kaczmarska. 2000. Effect of light : dark cycles and apical cell length on the sexual reproduction of the pennate diatom Pseudo-nitzschia multiseries (Bacillariophyceae) in culture. Phycologia 39: 59-66.

  95. Kaczmarska, I., S.S. Bates, J.M. Ehrman & C. Léger. 2000. Fine structure of the gamete, auxospore and initial cell in the pennate diatom Pseudo-nitzschia multiseries (H.) Hasle. Nova Hedwigia 71: 337-351.

  96. Kaczmarska, I., T.A. Clair, J.M. Ehrman, S.L. MacDonald, D. Lean & K.E. Day. 2000. The effect of UV-B on phytoplankton populations in clear and brown temperate Canadian lakes. Limnology and Oceanography 45: 651-663.

  97. Kelly, C.D., J.-G.J. Godin & G. Abdallah. 2000. Geographic variation in the male intromittent organ of the Trinidadian guppy, Poecilia reticulata. Canadian Journal of Zoology 78: 1674-1680.

  98. Sridhar, K.R., F. Baerlocher & G. Krauss. 2000. Decomposition and fungal colonisation of Fontinalis antipyretica var. gracilis (Bryophyta). Arch. Hydrobiol. 149: 259-269.

  99. Sridhar, K.R., G. Krauss, F. Baerlocher, R. Wennrich & G.-J. Krauss. 2000. Fungal diversity in heavy metal polluted waters in Central Germany. Fungal Diversity 5: 119-129.

  100. Wharton, R.A. & V. Lopez-Martinez. 2000. A new species of Triaspis Haliday (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) parasitic on the pepper weevil, Anthonomus eugenii Cano (Coleoptera: Curculionidae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 102: 794-801.

  101. Moroz, A.L., J.M. Ehrman, T.A. Clair, R.J. Gordon & I. Kaczmarska. 1999. The impact of ultraviolet-B radiation on the motility of the freshwater epipelic diatom Nitzschia linearis. Global Change Biology 5: 191-200.

  102. Peterson, T.D., H.L. Schaefer, J.L. Martin & I. Kaczmarska. 1999. Chaetoceros furcillatus Bailey in the Canadian Maritimes. Botanica Marina 42: 253-263.

Other refereed contributions – books and chapters

  1. Gárate-Lizárraga, I., B. Pérez-Cruz, J.A. Díaz-Ortiz, Y. Okolodkov & S. López-Silva. 2016. Florecimientos algales nocivos en las aguas costeras del estado de Guerrero, México. In: García-Mendoza, E., S.I. Quijano-Scheggia, A. Olivos-Ortiz & E.J. Nunez-Vazquez (eds.). Florecimientos algales nocivos en Mexico. CICISE, Ensenada, Mexico, p. 228-241.

  2. Villac M.C., I. Kaczmarska & J.M. Ehrman. 2016. Diatoms from ship ballast sediments (with consideration of a few additional species of special interest). Witkowski, A. (ed.), Diatom Monographs Vol. 18, Koeltz Botanical Books, Koenigstein, 566 pp.

  3. Gastineau R., N. Davidovich, G. Hansen, J. Rines, A. Wulff, I. Kaczmarska & 14 others. 2014 Haslea ostrearia-like diatoms: biodiversity out of the blue. In: Bourgougnon, N. (ed.). SEA PLANTS Book Series: Advances in Botanical Research 71: 441-465 (invited).

  4. La Barre, S., S.S. Bates & M.A. Quilliam. 2014. Domoic acid. In: La Barre, S. & J.-M. Kornprobst (eds.). Outstanding marine molecules; chemistry, biology, analysis. Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KgaA, Weinheim, p. 189-216.

  5. Wołowski, K., I. Kaczmarska, J.M. Ehrman & A.Z. Wojtal (eds.). 2012. Current advances in algal taxonomy and its applications: phylogenetic, ecological and applied perspective. W. Szafer Institute of Botany, Polish Academy of Sciences, Kraków, 301 pp.

  6. Villac, M.C. & I. Kaczmarska. 2011. Marine planktonic diatoms, including potentially toxic species. In: The diatom world (Cellular origin, life in extreme habitats and astrobiology, vol. 19). Seckbach, J. & P. Kociolek (eds.). Springer, Dordrecht, p. 465-490.

  7. Villac, M.C., G.J. Doucette & I. Kaczmarska 2010. Toxic marine diatoms. In: The diatoms, applications for the environmental and earth sciences. Smol, J.P. & E.F Stoermer (eds.). 2nd revised edition. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, p. 540-551.

  8. Jackson, S. & K. Vernes. 2010. Kangaroo: portrait of an extraordinary marsupial. Allen & Unwin, Crows Nest NSW, 338 pp.

  9. Krauss, G.-J., D. Wesenberg, J.M. Ehrman, M. Solé, J. Miersch & G. Krauss. 2008. Fungal responses to heavy metals. In: Novel techniques and ideas in mycology. Sridhar, K.R., F. Baerlocher & K.D. Hyde (eds.). Fungal Diversity Press, Hong Kong.

  10. Trainer, V.L., B. Hickey & S.S. Bates. 2008. Toxic Diatoms. In: Oceans and human health: risks and remedies from the sea. Walsh, P.J., S.L. Smith, L.E. Fleming, H. Solo-Gabrielle & W.H. Gerwick (eds.). Elsevier Science Publishers, New York, p. 219-237.

  11. Krauss, G., F. Baerlocher & G.-J. Krauss. 2003. Effects of pollution on aquatic hyphomycetes. In: Freshwater mycology: a practical approach. Tsui, C.K.M. & K.D. Hyde (eds.). Fungal Diversity Press, Hong Kong, p. 211-230.

  12. Suárez-Isla, B.A., A. López, C. Hernández, A. Clément, & L. Guzmán. 2002. Impacto económico de las floraciones de microalgas nocivas en Chile y datos recientes sobre la ocurrencia de veneno amnésico de los mariscos. In: Floraciones algales nocivas en el cono Sur Americano. Sar, E.A., M.E. Ferrario & B. Reguera (eds.). Instituto Español de Oceanografía, Madrid, p. 257-268. (in Spanish)

Conference presentations

  1. Kaczmarska I., B.S. Gray, J.M. Ehrman & M. Thaler. 2017. Peeping into the glass house: sexual reproduction in plagiogrammacean diatoms. ASLO Aquatic Sciences Meeting, Honolulu, Hawaii, February 26-March 3, p. 82.

  2. Kaczmarska, I., J.M. Ehrman & C. Villac. 2014. Ship ballast arriving to Canadian ports as a dispersal vector for the diatom genus Pseudo-nitzschia. 16th International Conference on Harmful Algae, Wellington, New Zealand, October 27-31, p. 177.

  3. Luddington, I., I. Kaczmarska & C. Lovejoy. 2013. Molecular ecology of Arctic Thalassiosirales (Bacillariophyceae) revealed through single-cell PCR and next-generation sequencing. Molecular Life of Diatoms, Paris, France, June 24-28, p. 143.

  4. Gastineau R., G. Hansen, N.A. Davidovich, O. Davidovich, J.F. Bardeau, I. Kaczmarska, J. Ehrman, V. Leignel, Y. Hardivillier, A. Caruso, B. Jacquette, M. Morançais, J. Fleurence, P. Gaudin, J. Rines & J.-L. Mouget. 2012. Haslea provincialis, une diatomée bleue de Méditerranée. 31ème Colloque de l’Association des Diatomistes de Langue Française (ADLaF), Le Mans, France, September 11-13.

  5. Gastineau, R., N. Davidovich, G. Hansen, B. Jacquette, V. Leignel, Y. Hardivillier, A. Caruso, J.-F. Bardeau, J. Dittmer, A. Wulff, J. Rines, P. Gaudin, J. Fleurence, M. Morançais, V. Méléder, E. Cox, I. Kaczmarska & J-L Mouget. 2012. Haslea ostrearia, for decades the only blue diatom - and then there were 5! 8th Asia-Pacific Conference on Algal Biotechnology and 1st International Conference on Coastal Biotechnology, Adelaide, Australia, July 9-12.

  6. Gastineau, R., N. Davidovich, V. Leignel, Y. Hardivillier, A. Caruso, P. Gaudin, J.-B. Pouvreau, J.-F. Bardeau, B. Jacquette, I. Kaczmarska, C. Hellio, N. Bourgougnon, G. Hansen, E.J. Cox, L. Mather, I. Luddington, J. Fleurence, M. Moançais, R. Tremblay, F. Turcotte, F.S. Prasetiya, O. Davidovich, A. Wulff, J. Rines & J.-L. Mouget. 2012. The blue diatoms from the genus Haslea: an overview. 22nd International Diatom Symposium, Ghent, Belgium, August 26-31, p. 47.

  7. Luddington, I., I. Kaczmarska & C. Lovejoy. 2012. Species diversity and molecular ecology of Arctic and North Atlantic Thalassiosirales (Bacillariophyceae) through single-cell PCR and 454 pyrosequencing. 4th Annual Canadian Healthy Oceans Network (CHONe) Conference, Ottawa, ON, October 24-27.

  8. Luddington, I., I. Kaczmarska & C. Lovejoy. 2012. Species diversity and molecular ecology of Arctic and North Atlantic Thalassiosirales (Bacillariophyceae). Canadian Healthy Oceans Network (CHONe) Genetics Group Meeting, Unversité Laval, Québec City, QC, March 2-3.

  9. MacGillivary, M.L & I. Kaczmarska. 2011. Presence of native and exotic phylotypes in hotspots of Paralia diversity in Canada. Canadian Aquatic Invasive Species Network Annual General Meeting and Conference, Quebec City, QC, April 27-28, p. 19.

  10. MacGillivary, M.L. & I. Kaczmarska. 2011. Morphological and molecular analyses of Paralia (Bacillariophyta) populations yields previously undiscovered diversity. 4th Congress of the International Society for Applied Phycology, Halifax, NS, June 19-24, p. 118.

  11. MacGillivary, M.L. & I. Kaczmarska. 2011. Molecular assessment of natural and ship ballast derived Paralia (Bacillariophyta) populations reveals worldwide cryptic diversity. 6th European Congress of Protistology, Berlin, Germany, July 25-29.

  12. MacGillivary, M.L. & I. Kaczmarska. 2011. Molecular discrimination of native and exotic Paralia (Bacillariophyta) in ballast and open water samples in Canada. 7th International Conference on Marine Bioinvasions, Barcelona, Spain, August 25-29, p. 101.

  13. Mather, L., I. Kaczmarska & F. Muise. 2011. A molecular assessment of the non-raphid pennate diatom Asterionellopsis glacialis using markers from all three genomes. 4th Congress of International Society for Applied Phycology, Halifax, NS, June 19-24, p. 83.

  14. Mather, L., I. Kaczmarska & F. Muise. 2011. Morphological and genetic comparison of the diatoms Asterionellopsis glacialis in relation to biogeography. 6th European Congress of Protistology, Berlin, Germany, July 25-29, p. 88.

  15. Ehrman, J.M. & I. Kaczmarska. 2010. High-throughput microscopy in algal research: let the software do the work. 29th International Conference of the Polish Phycological Society, Kraków - Niedzica, Poland, May 19-23, p. 90.

  16. Kaczmarska, I., M.L. MacGillivary & L. Mather. 2010. Patterns of sexual reproduction in diatoms: genetic, morphological and evolutionary significance. 29th International Conference of the Polish Phycological Society, Kraków - Niedzica, Poland, May 19-23, p. 26. (invited plenary lecture).

  17. MacGillivary, M. & I. Kaczmarska. 2010. Recovery of a Maritime specific genotype from a commonly cited constituent of ballast water phytoplankton, Paralia sulcata (Ehrenberg) Cleve (Bacillariophyta). Canadian Aquatic Invasive Species Network Annual General Meeting and Conference, Victoria, BC, April 26-28, p. 18.

  18. MacGillivary, M.L. & I. Kaczmarska. 2010. Barcoding the diatom known as Paralia sulcata. 21st International Diatom Symposium, St. Paul, MN, August 29-September 3, p.35.

  19. Mather, L. & I. Kaczmarska. 2010. Heterothallic reproduction in Tabularia fasciculata (C. Agardh) D.M. Williams & Round: the nuclear divisions that underlie it. 21st International Diatom Symposium, St. Paul, MN, August 29-September 3, p. 40.

  20. Moniz, M.B.J., I. Amorim, I. Kaczmarska, A.P. Alves de Matos. 2010. Barcoding diatoms with ITS - evaluation and case study. 2nd Meeting for the European Consortium for the Barcode of Life, Braga, Portugal, June 2-4, p. 24.

  21. Villac, M.C. & I. Kaczmarska. 2010. Diatoms in the sediment of ballast tanks: estimating actual and effective propagule pressure. Canadian Aquatic Invasive Species Network Annual General Meeting and Conference, Victoria, BC, April 26-28, p. 9.

  22. Villac, M.C. & I. Kaczmarska. 2010. Propagule pressure and viability of diatoms detected in the sediments of ballast tanks. 21st International Diatom Symposium, Saint Paul, MN, August 29-September 3, p. 73.

  23. Kaczmarska, I., G. Klein, I. Lang, J.M. Ehrman & J.L. Martin. 2009. Diatom propagule supply for Canadian Ports - initial results of a two-year survey. 16th International Conference on Aquatic Invasive Species, Montreal, QC, April 19-23, p. 26.

  24. Kaczmarska, I., I. Lang, M.L. MacGillivary, J. Ehrman, M.C. Villac & G. Klein. 2009. Ship ballast mediated dispersal potential for diatom species and their genotypes. Canadian Aquatic Invasive Species Network Annual General Meeting and Conference, Halifax, NS, May 4-6, p. 10.

  25. Klein, G., I. Kaczmarska & J.M. Ehrman. 2009. Pseudo-nitzschia propagule pressure in ballast water arriving in Canadian ports. 16th International Conference on Aquatic Invasive Species, Montreal, QC, April 19-23, p. 24.

  26. Lang, I. & I. Kaczmarska. 2009. The application of multiple gene PCR to single cell diatoms from fixed ballast water samples. 16th International Conference on Aquatic Invasive Species, Montreal, QC, April 19-23, p. 123.

  27. MacGillivary, M.L. & I. Kaczmarska. 2009. Does genetic structure of diatom populations change during a transoceanic voyage? 16th International Conference on Aquatic Invasive Species, Montreal, QC, April 19-23, p. 25.

  28. MacGillivary, M.L. & I. Kaczmarska. 2009. Resolution of Paralia Heiberg (Bacillariophyta) genotypes from the ballast water of two trans-Atlantic voyages. Canadian Aquatic Invasive Species Network Annual General Meeting and Conference, Halifax, NS, May 4-6, p. 19.

  29. MacGillivary, M.L. & I. Kaczmarska. 2009. Patterns of inheritance in the diatom Tabularia fasciculata (Bacillariophyta) (Agardh) Williams and Round. Canadian Society for Ecology and Evolution and Genetics Society of Canada Conference, Halifaz, NS, May 14-17.

  30. Martin, J.L., G. Klein & I. Kaczmarska. 2009. Biological synopsis of selected phytoplankton new to the Bay of Fundy. 16th International Conference on Aquatic Invasive Species, Montreal, QC, April 19-23, p. 161.

  31. Villac, M.C. & I. Kaczmarska. 2009. Composition and abundance of diatoms in the sediments of ship ballast tanks (CAISN): the need for protocol optimization. Canadian Aquatic Invasive Species Network Annual General Meeting and Conference, Halifax, NS, May 4-6, p. 23.

  32. Kaczmarska, I., N.A. Davidovich & M.B.J. Moniz. 2008. Barcoding diatoms using the ITS region of nuclear ribosomal DNA – two cases in pennate species. 2nd Canadian Barcode of Life Science Symposium, Toronto, ON, April 28-29.

  33. Kaczmarska, I., J.M. Ehrman, M.B.J. Moniz & N.A. Davidovich. 2008. Phenotypic and genetic variability within interbreeding populations of the araphid diatom Tabularia fasciculata (C.A. Agardh) Williams. 20th International Diatom Symposium, Dubrovnik, Croatia, September 7-13, p. 189.

  34. Kaczmarska, I., G. Klein, J.M. Ehrman, K. MacIntosh & J.L. Martin. 2008. Diatom survivorship in ship ballast water – initial insight. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography Summer Meeting, St. John’s, NF, June 8-13.

  35. Klein, G., I. Kaczmarska & J.M. Ehrman. 2008. Resting stages in ship ballast water – survivorship of stowaways. 20th International Diatom Symposium, Dubrovnik, Croatia, September 7-13, p. 65.

  36. MacIntosh, K., I. Kaczmarska & G. Klein. 2008. Survivorship of phytoplankton in ballast water during a trans-Pacific crossing. Canadian Aquatic Invasive Species Network Annual General Meeting and Conference, Banff, AB, April 21-22.

  37. Moniz, M.B.J. & I. Kaczmarska 2008. Barcoding diatoms with ITS – success in pennates. 2nd Canadian Barcode of Life Science Symposium, Toronto, ON, April 28-29.

  38. Moniz, M.B.J. & I. Kaczmarska. 2008. Barcoding diatoms: is there a good marker? 20th International Diatom Symposium, Dubrovnik, Croatia, September 7-13, p. 158.

  39. Finkel, Z.V. 2007. Size matters: macroevolutionary patterns in marine diatoms and dinoflagellates. Phycological Society of America Annual Meeting, Providence, RI, August 5-10, p. 108 (invited).

  40. Hawkes, R.L., E.P. Milley & J.M. Ehrman. 2007. What can we learn about atmospheric meteor ablation and light production from laser ablation? Meteoroids 2007, Barcelona, Spain, June 11-15.

  41. Hawkes, R., E. Milley & J. Ehrman. 2007. Photometric Meteoroid Masses. Meteoroid Environment Workshop, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, AL, January 31 - February 1 (invited).

  42. Kaczmarska, I. 2007. Diatom taxonomy: morphology, molecules and barcodes. 1st Central European Diatom Meeting (21 Treffen Deutschsprachinger Diatomologen mit Internationaler Beteiligung), Berlin-Dahlem, March 23-25, pp. 33-34.

  43. Kaczmarska, I. 2007. Barcoding of diatoms. Canadian Barcode of Life Network 2007 Science Symposium, Guelph, ON, May 10-12, p. 38.

  44. Krauss, G., J. Ehrman, F. Baerlocher & G.-J. Krauss. 2007. Fungal growth in a heavy metal precipitating spring in Central Germany. 34th Aquatic Toxicity Workshop, Halifax, NS, September 30-October 3.

  45. Mukhopadhyay, P.K., D.J. Mossman & J.M. Ehrman. 2007. The case for vestiges of early solar system biota in carbonaceous chondrites: petroleum geochemical snapshots and possible future petroleum prospects on Mars expedition. SPIE Optics+Photonics 2007, San Diego, CA, August 26-30 (invited).

  46. Regan, K., K. Matheson & Z.V. Finkel. 2007. Does Si concentration affect the diatom frustule? CEMAR Workshop, Fredericton, NB, September 14-15.

  47. Reid, C., I. Kaczmarska & J.L. Martin 2007. Morphometric, reproductive and molecular characterization of Pseudo-nitzschia delicatissima. Phycological Society of America Annual Meeting, Providence, RI, August 5-10, p. 50.

  48. Reid, C., I. Kaczmarska & J.L. Martin. 2007. Sexual structure and molecular characterization of Pseudo-nitzschia delicatissima (Cleve) Heiden. 10th Canadian Workshop on Harmful Algae, Mont-Joli, PQ, May 9-11, p.12.

  49. Robichaud, A., C.P. Laroque & J.M. Ehrman 2007. Development of a SEM micrograph database on conifer tree species of the Maritimes. 19th Annual Meeting of the Atlantic Division of the Canadian Association of Geographers, Université de Moncton, Moncton, NB, October 12-14.

  50. Davidovich, N.A., I. Kaczmarska & J.M. Ehrman. 2006. The sexual structure of a natural population of the diatom Nitzschia longissima (Bréb.) Ralfs. CEMAR Workshop, Sackville, NB, March 30-31.

  51. Finkel, Z.V. 2006. Climatically-driven macroevolutionary trajectories in the size of marine phytoplankton. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, October 22-25 (invited).

  52. Finkel, Z.V. 2006. Cells in aquatic ecosystems: patterns and dynamics. Metabolic Basis of Ecology. Gordon Research Conference, Bates College, Lewiston, ME. July 9-14 (invited).

  53. Finkel, Z.V. 2006. Size matters: macroevolution in marine phytoplankton. CEMAR Workshop, Sackville, NB, March 30-31 (invited).

  54. Finkel, Z.V. 2006. Size matters: environmental controls of phytoplankton community size structure. Dalhousie University, Oceanography seminar, March 7.

  55. Kaczmarska, I., J.L. Martin, J.M. Ehrman & M.M. LeGresley. 2006. Pseudo-nitzschia species population dynamics in the Quoddy Region, Bay of Fundy. CEMAR Workshop, Sackville, NB, March 30-31.

  56. Leighton, M., A. Robichaud & C.P. Laroque. 2006. Dendroarchaeological investigation of Acadian buildings from the Village Historique Acadien. Cultural Diversity, Environmental Variability. 7th International Conference on Dendrochronology, Beijing, China, June 11-17.

  57. Reid, C., J.L Martin, L. Burridge & I. Kaczmarska. 2006. Effect of Pseudo-nitzschia delicatissima Hasle (Hasle) clones on farmed Atlantic salmon smolts. CEMAR Workshop, Sackville, NB, March 30-31.

  58. Robichaud, A. & C.P. Laroque. 2006. A study of buried forests from two bogs in northern New Brunswick. Annual Meeting, Atlantic Geosciences Society, Greenwich, NS, February 3-4.

  59. Selig, N., A. Robichaud & C.P. Laroque. 2006. Tree-ring chronology development from house structures in Dorchester, New Brunswick. Annual Meeting, Atlantic Geoscience Society, Greenwich, NS, February 3-4.

  60. Bates, S.S. 2005. Biology of the diatom Pseudo-nitzschia, producer of the ASP toxin domoic acid. North Pacific Marine Organization, 14th Annual Meeting of PICES, Vladivostok, Russia, September 28-October 1, p. 201.

  61. Bates, S.S. & P. Strain. 2005. Toxic algal bloom risks associated with nutrient-enriched waters. Nutrient Enrichment Workshop, Summerside, PEI, March 29-30, p. 10-11.

  62. Bates, S.S., I. Kaczmarska, C. Léger, J.M. Ehrman & H. Brown. 2005. Effect of specific bacteria on enhancing domoic acid production by the pennate diatom Pseudo-nitzschia multiseries. 9th Canadian Workshop on Harmful Marine Algae, St. John's, NF, July 6-8, p. 1.

  63. Culf, A.S., M. Čuperlović-Culf, D. Leger, R.J. Oulette, O. Sicora & J.M. Ehrman. 2005. Investigation of surface properties of spotted microarrays. World Microarray Congress, Vancouver, BC, March 19-20.

  64. Kaczmarska, I., J.L. Martin, J.M. Ehrman & M.M. LeGresley. 2005. Pseudo-nitzschia species population dynamics in the Quoddy Region, Bay of Fundy. 9th Canadian Workshop on Harmful Marine Algae, St. John's, NF, July 6-8, p. 8.

  65. Laroque, C.P. 2005. Dendroclimatology in Atlantic Canada: ringing the past out of trees. Annual Meeting, Atlantic Geoscience Society, Saint John, NB, February 5-6.

  66. Leighton, M., A. Robichaud & C. P. Laroque. Dans les forêts d’Acadie: Dendroarchaeological investigation of Acadian buildings from the Village Historique Acadien. Mount Allison Student Undergraduate Research Fair, Sackville, NB, September 8.

  67. Mills, K.E., & I. Kaczmarska. 2005. Autogamy in Thalassiosira nordenskioeldii and selected other members of this genus. 44th Northeast Algal Society Meeting, Rockport, ME, April 15-17, p. 24.

  68. Mossman, D.J., J.M. Ehrman, R. Brüning, L. Semple & L.A. Groat. 2005. Amethyst geodes and "skunk" calcites of Uruguay and southern Brazil. Gondwana 12, Mendoza, Argentina, November 6-11.

  69. Mossman, D.J., J.M. Ehrman, R. Brüning, L. Semple & L.A. Groat. 2005. "Skunk" calcites: paragenesis and the case for quartz-calcite epitaxy in an amethyst geode from Ametista, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. GAC-MAC-CSPG-CSSS Joint Meeting, Halifax, NS, May 15-18, p. 134.

  70. Mukhopadhyay, P.K., D.J. Mossman & J.M. Ehrman. 2005 Carbonaceous chondrites and archean terrestrial sediments compared for vestiges of early solar system biota. GAC-MAC-CSPG-CSSS Joint Meeting, Halifax, NS, May 15-18, p. 136.

  71. Robichaud, A. & C.P. Laroque. 2005. Dendrochronological potential of buried wood in Atlantic Canada. Annual Meeting, Atlantic Geoscience Society, Saint John, NB, February 5-6.

  72. Robichaud, A. & C.P. Laroque. 2005. Two dendroecological case studies of dating buried wood in New Brunswick. Annual Meeting, Canadian Association of Geographers, London, Ontario, May 31-June 4.

  73. Robichaud, A. & C.P. Laroque. 2005. Two dendroecological case studies of dating buried wood in New Brunswick. Annual Meeting, Canadian Association of Geographers, University of Western Ontario, London, ON, May 31-June 3.

  74. Robichaud, A. & C. P. Laroque. 2005. Logs from bogs: a paleoecological survey of trees from two buried forests on the Acadian Peninsula, New Brunswick. Atlantic Division of the Canadian Association of Geographers, St. Johns, NF, October 14-16.

  75. Selig, N., A. Robichaud & C.P. Laroque. 2005. A history mystery: dendroarchaeological investigations at the Campbell Carriage Factory, Sackville, NB. Annual Meeting, Atlantic Geoscience Society, Saint John, NB, February 5-6.

  76. Selig, N. & C. P. Laroque. 2005. Dendrochronology of southwestern Nova Scotia. ACGCER Student Conference, Wolfville, NS September 16.

  77. Selig, N. & C. P. Laroque. 2005. Dendroarchaeological investigations in Dorchester, New Brunswick. Atlantic Division of the Canadian Association of Geographers, St. Johns, NF, October 14-16.

  78. Selig, N., A. Robichaud, & C.P. Laroque. 2005. Dendroarchaeological investigations in New Brunswick. Annual Meeting, Canadian Association of Geographers, University of Western Ontario, London, ON, June 3.

  79. Davidovich, N.A., I. Kaczmarska & J.M. Ehrman. 2004. The sexual structure of a natural population of the diatom Nitzschia longissima (Breb.) Ralfs. Proceedings of 18th International Society for Diatom Research, Miedzyzdroje, Poland, September 2-7, p. 117.

  80. Kaczmarska, I. & J.M. Ehrman. 2004. Picoplanktonic diatoms: molecules, morphology and ecology. Gordon Research Conference Series: Marine Microbes - Picophytoplankton, from Ecology to Genomics, Roscoff, Brittany, France, June 6-10.

  81. Krauss, G., K.R. Sridhar, J. Ehrman, F. Bärlocher & D. Schlosser. 2004. Aquatic Hyphomycetes in subterrenean environments. 10th International Symposium on Microbial Ecology ISME 10, Cancun, Mexico, August 22-27.

  82. Paesani, V. 2004. Intraspecific genetic variation in the centric diatom Thalassiosira nordenskioeldii Cleve. BOFEP - 6th Bay of Fundy Science Workshop, Cornwallis Park, NS, September 29-October 2.

  83. Trites, M., I. Kaczmarska, P.W. Hicklin, J. Ollerhead & J.M. Ehrman. 2004. Diatoms from two macro-tidal mudflats in Chignecto Bay, Upper Bay of Fundy, Canada. ASLO/TOS Ocean Research 2004 Conference, Honolulu, HI, February 15-20, p. 67.

  84. Ehrman, J.M. & I. Kaczmarska. 2003. Computer assisted identification of toxic algae: Making taxonomy approachable. 8th Canadian Workshop on Harmful Marine Algae, Moncton, NB, May 28-30, p. 30.

  85. Krauss, G., J. Ehrman, R. Wennrich, F. Bärlocher & G.-J. Krauss. 2003. Assessment of the capacity of aquatic hyphomycetes to live in heavy metal polluted habitats. 2nd European Bioremediation Conference, Chania, Crete, Greece, June 30-July 4.

  86. Krauss, G., K. Jung, J. Ehrman, K.R. Sridhar & F. Bärlocher. 2003. Aquatische hyphomycetin in kontaminierten grundwasser-habitaten. In: Forth, H. (ed.). Proceedings from the Congress "Risk assessment and management of large contaminated sites", Martin-Luther-Universität, Halle-Wittenberg, February 22-24, 2002, p. 66-69.

  87. Bates, S.S. 2002. Pseudo-nitzschia, a cosmopolitan pennate diatom and producer of the Amnesic Shellfish Poisoning neurotoxin, domoic acid. 18th Congress of the Phycological Society of Southern Africa, Cape Town, South Africa, January 21-23, p. 10-11.

  88. Bates, S.S. & N.A. Davidovich. 2002. Factors affecting the sexual reproduction of diatoms, with emphasis on Pseudo-nitzschia spp. In: Garces, E., A. Zingone, B. Dale, M. Montresor & B. Reguera (eds.). Proceedings of the LIFEHAB Workshop: Life History of microalgal species causing harmful algal blooms. Commission of the European Community, p. 27-30.

  89. Bates, S.S., C. Léger, J.M. White, N. MacNair, J.M. Ehrman, M. Levasseur & G. Sauvé. 2002. Pennate diatom Pseudo-nitzschia seriata; domoic acid production causes spring closures of shellfish harvesting for the first time in the southern Gulf of St. Lawrence, eastern Canada. 17th International Diatom Symposium, Ottawa, ON, August 25-30, p. 7.

  90. Bates, S.S., C. Léger, J.M. White, N. MacNair, J.M. Ehrman, M. Levasseur, G. Sauvé, K. Pauley & J. Chassé. 2002. Domoic acid production by the diatom Pseudo-nitzschia seriata causes spring closures of shellfish harvesting for the first time in the southern Gulf of St. Lawrence, eastern Canada. Xth International Conference on Harmful Algae, St. Pete Beach, FL, Oct. 21-25.

  91. Buffington, M.L. 2002. Monographic research on eucoiline Figitidae (Hymenoptera: Cynipoidea): the ovipositor clip. PEET IV, University of California, Berkeley, CA, June.

  92. Ferguson, R., H. Josenhans, K. Leonard, D. Keenlyside, D. Black, P. Hamilton & T. Anderson. 2002. Drowned forests and early humans in the Gulf of St. Lawrence and North Shore of Prince Edward Island. Canadian Archaeological Association, Ottawa, ON.

  93. Kaczmarska, I., A.C. Benoit, M. Beaton & L. Medlin. 2002. Molecular phylogeny of selected members of the Order Thalassiosirales: Initial Results. 17th International Diatom Symposium, Ottawa, ON, August 25-31.

  94. Kaczmarska, I. & M. Trites. 2002. Mudflat diatoms in the Bay of Fundy: what is known about them. BOFEP - 5th Bay of Fundy Science Workshop, Acadia, Wolfville, NS, May 13-16 (invited oral presentation), Abstracts p. 13-14.

  95. Krauss, G., K.R. Sridhar, K. Jung, J. Ehrman & F. Baerlocher. 2002. Aquatic hyphomycetes occur in polluted subsurface water. Internationale Tagung: “Risk assessment and management of large contaminated sites”/Working group “Heavy metal contamination and adaptive response in ecosystems”, Halle/Saale, Germany, February 22-24, p. 11.

  96. Krauss, G., K.R. Sridhar, J. Ehrman & F. Baerlocher. 2002. Leaf decomposition by aquatic fungi in heavy metal polluted habitats. 7th International Mycological Congress, Oslo, Norway, August 11-17, p. 300.

  97. Krauss, G., K.R. Sridhar, K. Jung, J. Ehrman & F. Baerlocher. 2002. Aquatic fungi living in polluted groundwater habitats. 29th Annual Aquatic Toxicity Workshop, Whistler, BC, October 20-23.

  98. Mossman, D.J., G. Eigendorf, D. Tokaryk, F. Gauthier-Lafaye, K.D. Guckert,V. Melezhik & C.E.G. Farrow. 2002. The search for fullerenes in carbonaceous substances associated with the natural nuclear fission reactors, Oklo, Republic of Gabon. 11th Quadrennial IAGOD Symposium and Geocongress, Windhoek, Namibia, July 22-26, extended abstract, 4 p.

  99. Trites, M., P. Hicklin, J. Ollerhead & I. Kaczmarska. 2002. Benthic diatoms from two intertidal mudflats in the Upper Bay of Fundy. BOFEP - 5th Bay of Fundy Science Workshop, Acadia, Wolfville, NS, May 13-16, Abstracts p. 36-37.

  100. Vernes, K., S. Blois, I. Caldwell & F. Baerlocher. 2002. Truffle consumption by squirrels in southern New Brunswick and their potential role in seedling inoculation with ectomycorrhizal fungus. 41st Annual Meeting of the Canadian Society of Zoologists, University of Lethbridge, AB, May 8-11.

  101. Wells, P., M. Trites, I. Kaczmarska, P. Hicklin, J. Hellou, D. Hamilton, K. Doe, M. Brylinsky and M. Barbeau. 2002. Ecological and ecotoxicological studies on the inter-tidal amphipod, Corophium volutator, in the Upper Bay of Fundy, Gulf of Maine. 29th Aquatic Toxicology Workshop, Whistler, BC, October 20-23.

  102. Wells, P., M. Trites, I. Kaczmarska, P. Hicklin, J. Hellou, D. Hamilton, K. Doe, M. Brylinsky and M. Barbeau. 2002. Ecological and ecotoxicological studies on the inter-tidal amphipod, Corophium volutator, in the Upper Bay of Fundy, Gulf of Maine. 23rd Annual Meeting of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, Salt Lake City, UT, November 16-20.

  103. Yoder, M.J. 2002. Monographic research on Diapriidae (Insecta: Hymenoptera). The genus Entomacis. PEET IV, University of California, Berkeley, CA, June.

  104. Yoder, M.J. 2002. Systematics of Entomacis (Diapriidae), a PEET project. Entomological Society of America Annual Meeting, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, November.

  105. Bates, S.S. 2001. Background and interest in the Canadian GEOHAB program. In: Martin, J.L. (ed.) Developments for a Canadian GEOHAB program: 2001 workshop report. Can. Tech. Rep. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 2400: 24-25.

  106. Ehrman, J.M & I. Kaczmarska. 2001. Enhanced SEM versatility with two simple to construct devices. Microscopical Society of Canada Annual Meeting, Fredericton, NB, June 6-8.

  107. Josenhans, H., R. Ferguson & D. Keenlyside. 2001. Drowned forests and early humans in the Gulf of St. Lawrence and North Shore of Prince Edward Island. North Atlantic Biocultural Organisation, Glasgow, Scotland, March.

  108. Gaudet, J., I. Kaczmarska & S.S. Bates. 2001. Bacterial-mediated influences on the toxicity of Pseudo-nitzschia multiseries, a domoic-acid-producing pennate diatom. 7th Canadian Workshop on Harmful Marine Algae, Nanaimo, BC, May 23-25. Can. Tech. Rep. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 2386: xiii + 158 p.

  109. Kaczmarska, I., J.M. Ehrman, J. Gaudet, C. Léger & S.S. Bates. 2001. Distribution of epiphytic bacteria on cells of Pseudo-nitzschia multiseries in culture. 7th Canadian Workshop on Harmful Marine Algae, Nanaimo, BC, May 23-25. Can. Tech. Rep. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 2386: xiii + 158 p.

  110. Kaczmarska, I., J.M. Ehrman, J. Gaudet, C. Léger & S.S. Bates. 2001. Distribution of epiphytic bacteria on cells of Pseudo-nitzschia multiseries in culture. Phycological Society of America Annual Meeting, Estes Park, CO, June 23-28, Journal of Phycology 33 (Suppl. 3): 26.

  111. Krauss, G., K.R. Sridhar, K. Jung, J. Ehrman & F. Baerlocher. 2001. Occurence of aquatic hyphomycetes in polluted groundwater. 8th International Marine and Freshwater Mycology Symposium, Hurghada, Egypt, July 7-12, p. 76.

  112. Bates, S.S., I. Kaczmarska, J.M. Ehrman & C. Léger. 2000. Scanning electron microscopy of sexual stages of the pennate diatom Pseudo-nitzschia multiseries (Hasle) Hasle. 9th International Conference on Harmful Algal Blooms, Hobart, Tasmania, Feb. 7-11.

  113. Kaczmarska, I., J.M. Ehrman & S.S. Bates. 2000. Auxospore structure and phylogeny of diatoms. 16th International Diatom Symposium, Athens, Greece, Aug. 25-27.

  114. Thompson, S. S.S. Bates, I. Kaczmarska & C. Léger. 2000. Bacteria and the sexual reproduction of the diatom Pseudo-nitzschia multiseries (Hasle) Hasle. Symposium on Harmful Algae in the U.S. Woods Hole, MA, Dec. 4-9, p. 184.

  115. Hiltz, M., S.S. Bates & I. Kaczmarska. 1999. Photoperiod effect on the sexual reproduction of Pseudo-nitzschia multiseries (Hasle) Hasle, a domoic-acid-producing diatom. Proceedings of the Sixth Canadian Workshop on Harmful Marine Algae, Canadian Technical Report of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences No. 2261: 71-73.

  116. Hiltz, M., S.S. Bates & I. Kaczmarska. 1999. Effect of photoperiod on the sexual reproduction of the pennate diatom Pseudo-nitzschia multiseries. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, Aquatic Sciences Meeting, Santa Fe, NM, Feb. 1-5, p. 85.

  117. Kaczmarska, I., A.C. Smith, J.M. Ehrman & J.L. Martin. 1999. Ten year record of Thalassiosira nordenskioeldii population dynamics: comparison of aquaculture and non-aquaculture sites in the Quoddy Region. International Council for Exploration of the Sea, St. Andrews, NB, Sept. 13-17.

  118. Kaczmarska, I., T.A. Clair, J.M. Ehrman & S. MacDonald. 1998. Effect of UV-B exclusion on phytoplankton in clear and brown water mesocosms in K.N.P., N.S. Canada. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, Aquatic Sciences Meeting, St. Louis, MO, June 7-10.

  119. Kaczmarska, I., T.D. Peterson, H.L. Schaefer & J. Martin. 1998. Sporulation of Chaetoceros furcillatus in Passamaquoddy Region, N.B. Canada. In: Burt, M.D.B & P.G. Wells (eds.) Coastal Monitoring and the Bay of Fundy. Proceedings of Maritime Atlantic Ecozone Science Workshop, Nov. 11-15, HMSC, St. Andrews, NB, p. 15-20.

Other refereed contributions – government publications

  1. Bates, S.S. & P. Strain. 2006. Nutrients and phytoplankton in Prince Edward Island inlets during late summer to fall: 2001-2003. Can. Tech. Rep. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 2668: xii + 136.

  2. Couture J.Y., M. Levasseur, E. Bonneau, C. Desjardins, G. Sauvé, S.S. Bates, C. Léger, R. Gagnon & S. Michaud. 2001. Variations spatiales et temporelles des concentrations d’acide domoïque dans les mollusques et des abondances de Pseudo-nitzschia spp. dans le St-Laurent de 1998 à 2000. Rapp. tech. can. sci. halieut. aquat. 2375 : vii + 24 p. (plus an English translation).

  3. Martin, J.L., M.M. LeGresley & P.M. Strain. 2001. Phytoplankton monitoring in the Western Isles Region of the Bay of Fundy during 1997-98. Canadian Tech. Rep. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 2349.

  4. Bernier, R., S. Desormeaux, E. Tremblay, A. Locke, I. Kaczmarska, G. Klassen & P. Strain. 1998. Plankton community structure and productivity in the Kouchibouguac National Park Estuaries. Part 1. Preliminary results from the ice-free seasons. Parks Canada Ecosystem Monitoring & Data Report. 144 pp.

Non-refereed publications

  1. Gárate-Lizárraga, I., C.J. Band-Schmidt, D.J. López-Cortés, J.J. Bustillos-Guzmán & K. Erler. 2007. Bloom of Pseudo-nitzschia fraudulenta in Bahía de La Paz, Gulf of California (June-July 2006). Harmful Algae News No. 33: 6-7.

  2. Inès, S., S.H. Asma & S.S. Bates. 2006. First detection of toxic Pseudo-nitzschia calliantha in Bizerte Lagoon, Tunisia. Harmful Algae News No. 30: 8-9.

  3. Bates, S.S. 2004. Amnesic shellfish poisoning: domoic acid production by Pseudo-nitzschia diatoms. PEI Department of Agriculture, Fisheries, Aquaculture and Forestry. Aqua Info Aquaculture Notes, No. 16, 4 p.

  4. Bates, S.S. 2004. Monitoring harmful algae. In: Fisheries and Oceans Canada Oceans and Science Branch Annual Activities (Gulf Region) 2004-2005. p. 12-13.

  5. Carver, C.E. & A.L. Mallet. 2002. An assessment of the risk of ballast water-mediated introduction of non-indigenous phytoplankton and zooplankton taxa into Atlantic Canadian waters. Prepared for the Department of Transport, Marine Safety Division.

  6. Kingzett, B., D. Paltzat & C.E. Carver. 2002. Comparative uptake and depuration of marine biotoxins in sentinel and commercial shellfish species. Prepared for Canadian Aquaculture Industry Alliance.

  7. Leonard, K.J. 2001. Macroplant remains in core samples from the St. Peter’s Bay seafloor and Bowley Pond, Greenwich Adjunct, Prince Edward Island National Park. Report to Parks Canada Archaeology, Halifax and Bedford Institute of Oceanography, 12 pp.

  8. Bates, S.S. & D.J.A. Richard. 2000. Shellfish harvest area closure due to domoic acid - Mill River, Prince Edward Island. Harmful Algae News No. 21: 6-7.

  9. Kaczmarska, I., T.D. Peterson & H.L. Schaefer. 1998. Spore forming diatom plankton in the Atlantic Maritime estuaries. In: Klassen, G. and E. Tremblay (eds.) Proceedings, Workshop on Estuaries in the S. Gulf of St. Lawrence, Nov. 13-15, 1996. Parks Canada Ecosystem Sci. Review Report 12: 35-38.

  10. Vernes, K., S. Blois & F. Baerlocher. 2001. Seasonal consumption of truffles by northern flying squirrels and red squirrels in southern New Brunswick. Annual Meeting of the Atlantic Society of Fish and Wildlife Biologists, Mount Allison University, Sackville, NB, November 7-9.

Outreach

  1. SEM images of diatoms provided for Amazing Places - Fundy Biosphere Preserve's amazing video on the semipalmated sandpiper.

  2. Smol, J.P. & E.F. Stoermer (eds.) 2010. The diatoms: applications for the environmental and earth sciences, 2nd edition. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 686 pp. (cover art)

  3. Carlson, E. 2010. For Janice: legacy of a short life. Findings (National Institute of General Medical Sciences/ National Institutes of Health, U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services) Sept. 2010 (colorized SEM image of a human white blood cell; cover art and p. 12).

  4. Cusick, D. & J. O'Sullivan. 2010. Animal eggs: an amazing clutch of mysteries and marvels! EarlyLight Books, Waynesville, NC. (SEM images of the inside and outside of a quail eggshell)

  5. Joggins Fossil Centre (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) outdoor display. (SEM montage of the mud shrimp Corophium volutator)

  6. Anonymous. 2009. The universe under the microscope - biodiversity and aesthetics of diatoms. Botanischer Garten und Botanisches Museum, Freie Universität Exhibition, Berlin-Dahlem, Germany, March 12 - June 1. (collection of SEM diatom images)

  7. Brown, J. 2009. Micro Mania: A really close-up look at bacteria, bedbugs & the zillions of other gross little creatures that live in, on & all around you! Imagine Books, New York, 80pp. (SEM montage of a silverfish)

  8. Douglis, E. 2009. Autogenic Structures. Taylor & Francis, New York, 255 pp. (SEM image of damaged phonograph record grooves)

  9. Kaczmarska, I., M. Beaton, A.C. Benoit & L.K. Medlin. 2006. Molecular phylogeny of selected members of the order Thalassiosirales (Bacillariophyta) and evolution of the fultoportula. Journal of Phycology 42: 121-138. (cover art: colorized SEM image of abnormal valve micro-structure in Thalassiosira rotula)

  10. Konhauser, K. 2006. Introduction to geomicrobiology. Wiley-Blackwell, Toronto, 440 pp. (SEM image of the cyanobacteria Anabaena)

  11. Leslie, S. 2006. Meal in the mud. Birder's World 20: 32-37. (SEM montage of the mud shrimp Corophium volutator)

  12. Refinetti, R. 2006. Circadian physiology, 2nd edition. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, 667 pp. (SEM image of a fruitfly)

  13. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. 2005. Inside the Cell. NIH Publication No. 05-1051, 80 pp. (colorized SEM image of a human white blood cell)

  14. Doney, S.C., M.R. Abbott, J.J. Cullen, D.M. Karl & L. Rothstein. 2004. From genes to ecosystems: the ocean's new frontier. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 2: 457-466. (cover art: SEM images of diatoms and dinoflagellates)

  15. Smil, V. 2003. The earth's biosphere: evolution, dynamics and change. MIT Press, Cambridge, 356 pp. (SEM images of cyanobacteria and diatoms)

  16. Peninger, D. 2002. Beating the pests. National Preservation Office (British Library) Journal 10: 6-7. (cover art: SEM montage of a silverfish)

  17. Buesseler, K., M. Bowles & K. Joyce. 2001. A new wave of ocean science. U.S. JGOFS Planning and Data Management Office, Woods Hole, MA. 16 pp. (SEM images of diatoms and dinoflagellates)

Short courses

  1. Ehrman, J.M. 2004. Biological electron microscopy. Martin Luther University, Halle, Germany, March 17-19.

Graduate theses completed and in progress

  1. Luddingtion, I. 2013. Species diversity and community phylogeny in the Arctic and mid-latitude thalassiosiroids. M.Sc. thesis, Mount Allison University.

  2. Mather, L.A. 2013. The mating systems of the araphid pennate diatom Tabularia fasciculata. M.Sc. thesis, Mount Allison University.

  3. Downes-Tettmar, N. 2012. Factors that impact Pseudo-nitzschia spp. occurrence, growth, and toxin production. Ph.D. thesis, Plymouth University.

  4. MacGillivary, M.L. 2011. Does genetic structure of diatom populations change during a transoceanic voyage? M.Sc. thesis, Mount Allison University.

  5. Ferrell, J.J. 2009. Barcoding dinoflagellates. M.Sc. thesis, Mount Allison University.

  6. Moniz, M.B.J. 2009. Barcoding diatoms. M.Sc. thesis, Mount Allison University.

  7. Fitzpatrick, K. 2005. Characterization of genes in the heterochromatin of chromosome 3R of Drosophila melanogaster. Ph.D. thesis, Simon Fraser University.

  8. Pierau, B. 2003. Physiological and biochemical stress response of Heliscus lugdunensis strains to heavy metals. Ph.D. Thesis, UFZ Centre for Environmental Research, Germany.

  9. Yoder, M.J. 2002. A revision of the North American species of Entomacis Foerster (Hymenoptera: Diapriidae) with a preliminary phylogenetic analysis of the worldwide species. M.S. Thesis, Texas A&M University.

  10. Buffington, M.L. 2000. The phylogeny and classification of the Gronotoma group s. l. of genera (Hymenoptera: Figitidae: Eucoilinae). M.S. Thesis, Texas A&M University.

Television broadcasts

  1. Oldest hockey stick. Daily Planet. Discovery Channel premier December 8, 2011.

  2. The sandpipers of Fundy. Time & Place episode 1001. Discovery Channel premier June 4, 2004.