Campbell, Lisa individual record
Professor
overview

My research focuses on phytoplankton population dynamics; harmful algal blooms and mechanisms of bloom formation; transcriptomics and metabolomics of marine dinoflagellates; ocean observing systems; and flow cytometry and imaging-in-flow cytometry.

selected publications
Academic Articles62
  • Fiorendino, J. M., Gaonkar, C. C., Henrichs, D. W., & Campbell, L (2021). Drivers of microplankton community assemblage following tropical cyclones. Journal of Plankton Research.
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  • Henrichs, D. W., Anglès, S., Gaonkar, C. C., & Campbell, L (2021). Application of a convolutional neural network to improve automated early warning of harmful algal blooms.. Environ Sci Pollut Res Int. 28(22), 28544-28555.
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  • Russo, M. T., Ruggiero, M. V., Manfellotto, F., Scriven, V., Campbell, L., Montresor, M., & Ferrante, M. I (2021). New alleles in the mating type determination region of West Atlantic strains of Pseudo-nitzschia multistriata.. Harmful Algae. 103, 101995-101995.
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  • Fiorendino, J. M., Smith, J. L., & Campbell, L (2020). Growth response of Dinophysis, Mesodinium, and Teleaulax cultures to temperature, irradiance, and salinity.. Harmful Algae. 98, 101896-101896.
  • Campbell, L (2018). ASLO June 2018 Board Meeting Highlights. Limnology and Oceanography Bulletin. 27(4), 133-133.
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Chapters11
  • Campbell, L., Gaonkar, C. C., & Henrichs, D. W (2022). Integrating imaging and molecular approaches to assess phytoplankton diversity. Clementson, L., Eriksen, R., & Willis, A. (Eds.), Advances in Phytoplankton Ecology. 159-190. Elsevier.
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  • Henrichs, D., Tomlinson, M., & Campbell, L (2018). Predicting bloom initiation on the Texas (USA) coast: Combining satellite imagery with an individual-based model. Hess, P. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Harmful Algae. 55-58. International Society for the Study of Harmful Algae.
  • Campbell, L (2001). Flow cytometric analysis of autotrophic picoplankton. Methods in Microbiology. Methods in Microbiology. 317-343. Elsevier.
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  • Siegele, D. A., Campbell, L., & Hu, J. C (2000). Green fluorescent protein as a reporter of transcriptional activity in a prokaryotic system.. MACROMOLECULAR CRYSTALLOGRAPHY, PT D. Bioluminescence and Chemiluminescence Part C. 499-513. Academic Press.
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  • Collier, J. L., & Campbell, L (1999). Flow cytometry in molecular aquatic ecology. Hydrobiologia: the international journal on limnology and marine sciences. Molecular Ecology of Aquatic Communities. 33-53. Springer Netherlands.
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Conference Papers5
  • Ferrante, M., Mager, S., Manfellotto, F., Ruggiero, M. V., Di Tuccio, V., Russo, M. T., ... Sanges, R (2021). EXPLORING PSEUDO-NITZSCHIA MULTISTRIATA EVOLUTION AND STRAIN DIVERSITY THROUGH GENOME RESEQUENCING. PHYCOLOGIA. 60, 49-49.
  • Jochens, A. E., Howard, M. K., Campbell, L., Mullins-Perry, R., Kirkpatrick, G., Kirkpatrick, B., ... Wolfe, S. H. (2012). Integrating Observing Systems to benefit stakeholders: A case study in the Gulf of Mexico. 2012 Oceans, OCEANS 2012. 1, 1-4.
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  • Van Dolah, F. M., Lidie, K. B., Monroe, E. A., Bhattacharya, D., Campbell, L., Doucette, G. J., & Kamykowski, D (2009). The Florida red tide dinoflagellate Karenia brevis: New insights into cellular and molecular processes underlying bloom dynamics. Harmful Algae. 8(4), 562-572.
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  • DiMarco, S. F., Campbell, L., & Guinasso, N. L. (2005). A New Master of Sciences Degree in Ocean Observing Systems at Texas A& M University. Proceedings of OCEANS 2005 MTS/IEEE, OCEANS 2005 MTS/IEEE. 2005, 1-3.
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  • AZAM, F., KARL, D. M., HOLMHANSEN, O., CAMPBELL, L., CARLUCCI, A. F., & WILLIAMS, P. M (1978). OCCURRENCE AND METABOLIC-ACTIVITY OF LIVING ORGANISMS UNDER ROSS ICE SHELF. TRANSACTIONS-AMERICAN GEOPHYSICAL UNION. 59(4), 308-308.
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Email
lisacampbell@tamu.edu
First Name
Lisa
Last Name
Campbell
mailing address
Texas A&M University; Oceanography; 3146 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-3146
USA