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FACULTY

Dr. Geoff Sinclair
Assistant Professor

Mailing Address:
Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium
DeFelice Marine Center
8124 Highway 56
Chauvin, Louisiana 70344

Phone: 985-851-2819
Facsimile:985-851-2874
gsinclair@lumcon.edu

Research Interests

  • Phytoplankton Ecology

Teaching

  • CCO

Publications

  • Sinclair, G.A., Kamykowski, D., and Glibert, P.M. (2009). Growth, ulptake and assimilation of ammonium, nitrate and urea by three strains of Karenia brevis grown under low light. Harmful Algae, 8, 770-780.
  • Schaeffer, B.A., D. Kamykowski, G. Sinclair, L. McKay, and E.J. Milligan. (2009). Diel vertical migration thresholds of Karenia brevis (Dinopyceae). Harmful Algae 8(5): 692-698.
  • Schaeffer, B.A., D. Kamykowski, L. McKay, G.A. Sinclair and E. Milligan. (2009). Lipid class, carotenoid and toxin dynamics of Karenia brevis (Dinophyceae) during diel vertical migration. J. Phycol. 45: 154-163.
  • Schaeffer, B.A., D. Kamykowski, L. McKay, G.A. Sinclair and E. Milligan. (2009). A comparison of photoresponse among ten different Karenia brevis (Dinophyceae) isolates. Journal of Phycology 43(4) 702-714.
  • Sinclair G.A., Kamykowski, D. (2008) Benthic-pelagic coupling in sediment associated populations of Karenia brevis. Journal of Plankton Research 30(7) 829-838
  • McKay, L.D., D. Kamykowski, E.J. Milligan, B. Schaeffer and G. Sinclair. (2006). Comparison of swimming speed and photophysiological responses to different external conditions among three Karenia brevis strains. Harmful Algae 5(6): 623-636.
  • Sinclair GA, Kamykowski, D (2006) The effects of physiology and behavior on the near-bottom distributions of Karenia brevis on the West Florida shelf: a numerical study African Journal of Marine Science 28(2): 361-364
  • Sinclair GA, Kamykowski D, Milligan E, Schaeffer, B (2006) Nitrate uptake by Karenia brevis. I. Influences of prior environmental exposure and biochemical state on diel uptake of nitrate. Marine Ecology Progress Series 328: 117-124
  • Sinclair, GA, Kamykowski D, Milligan E, Schaeffer, B (2006) Nitrate uptake by Karenia brevis. II. Behavior and uptake physiology in a nitrate-depleted mesocosm with a bottom nutrient source Marine Ecology Progress Series 328: 125-131
  • McKay LD, Kamykowski D, Milligan EJ, Schaeffer B, Sinclair G (2006) Comparison of swimming speed and photophysiological responses to different external conditions among three Karenia brevis strains. Harmful Algae 5(6):623-636
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