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Daniel Roelke

Roelke, Daniel
Daniel Roelke
301A Heep Laboratory Bldg.
Undergraduate Education
B.S. Earth Science, Minor in Chemistry, Millersville University, PA graduating cum laude and with departmental honors
Graduate Education
M.S. Biological Oceanography, Texas A&M University, TX graduating with honors, Phi Kappa Phi
Ph.D. Biological Oceanography, Texas A&M University, TX
Courses Taught
WFSC 404 Aquatic Ecology
WFSC 414 Professional Aspects of Aquatic Ecology
WFSC 611 Estuarine Ecology

Recent Publications

Google Scholars https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=XZzA5EgAAAAJ&hl=en

Research Gate https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Daniel_Roelke

James P. Grover, Daniel L. Roelke, Bryan W. Brooks. (2017), Population persistence in flowing-water habitats: Conditions where flow-based management of harmful algal blooms works, and where it does not. Ecological Engineering, Volume 99, February 2017, Pages 172–181. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ecoleng.2016.11.044

Interannual and Seasonal Patterns of Estuarine Phytoplankton Diversity in Galveston Bay, Texas, USA. Pinckney, J.L., Quigg, A.S. & Roelke, D.L. Estuaries and Coasts (2016). doi:10.1007/s12237-016-0135-8

Roelke, D.L., H-P. Li, C.J. Miller-DeBoer, G.M. Gable, S.E. Davis.  2016.  Regional shifts in phytoplankton succession and primary productivity in the San Antonio Bay System (USA) in response to diminished freshwater inflows.  Marine and Freshwater Research.  67: 1-15.

Roelke, D.L., A. Barkoh, B.W. Brooks, J.P. Grover, K.D. Hambright, J.W. La Claire II, P.D.R. Moeller, R. Patino.  2016.  A chronicle of a killer alga in the west: Ecology, assessment and management of Prymnesium parvum blooms.  Hydrobiologia.  764: 29–50.

Hitchcock, J.N., S.M. Mitrovic, W.L. Hadwen, D.L. Roelke, I.O. Growns and A.M. Rohlfs.  2016. Terrestrial dissolved organic carbon subsidizes estuarine zooplankton: an in-situ mesocosm study.  Limnology and Oceanography.  61: 254-267.

Smeti, E., S. Spatharis, D.L. Roelke.  2016.  Spatial averaging and disturbance lead to high productivity in aquatic metacommunities.  Oikos. 125: 812-820.

Roelke, D.L., S. Spatharis.  2015.  Phytoplankton succession in recurrently fluctuating environments.  PLoS ONE. 10(3): 1-17.  doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0121392.

Roelke, D.L., S. Spatharis.  2015.  Phytoplankton assemblage characteristics in recurrently fluctuating environments.  PLoS ONE.  10(3): 1-25.  doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0120673.

Davis, S.L., D.L. Roelke, B.W. Brooks, V.M. Lundgren, F. Withrow, W.C. Scott.  2015.  Rotifer−Prymnesium parvum interactions: role of lake bloom history on rotifer adaptation to toxins produced by P. parvum.  Aquatic Microbial Ecology.  75: 55-68.

Dorado, S., T. Booe, J. Steichen, A.S. McInnes, R. Windham, A. Shepard, A.E.B. Lucchese, H. Preischel, J.L. Pinckney, S.E. Davis, D.L. Roelke and A. Quigg.  2015.  Towards an understanding of the interactions between freshwater inflows and phytoplankton communities in a subtropical estuary in the Gulf of Mexico.  PLoS ONE.  10(7): 1-23.  doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0130931.

Lundgren, V.M., D.L. Roelke, B.W. Brooks, E. Granéli, S.L. Davis, T. Baty, W.C. Scott.  2015.  Prymnesium parvum invasion success into coastal bays of the Gulf of Mexico: Galveston Bay case study.  Harmful Algae.  43: 31-45.

Smeti, E., D.L. Roelke, G. Gremion, J.M. Linhart, D.B. Danielidis, S. Spatharis.  2015.  Potential mechanisms of coexistence between two globally important Pseudo-nitzschia (Bacillariophyta) species.  Hydrobiologia.  762: 89-101.