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Daniel Roelke

Roelke, Daniel
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.