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Dr. Stephen T. Threlkeld

Professor of Biology Dr. Stephen Threlkeld
Department of Biology
The University of Mississippi

Contact:
E-mail: stt@olemiss.edu
Telephone: (662) 915-5803
FAX: (662) 915-5144

Publications:

Galicki, S., G. Davidson, and S. Threlkeld. 2008. Transport of agricultural Pb, As and P through a ripiarian wetland. American Midland Naturalist 159:457-467.

Galicki, S., G. Davidson, and S. Threlkeld. 2008. Element mobility in bald cypress xylem. Tree Ring Research 69:39-46.

Fourqurean, J. W., C. M. Duarte, M. D. Kershaw and S. T. Threlkeld. 2008. Estuaries and Coasts as an outlet for research in coastal ecosystems: a bibliometric study. Estuaries and CoastsĀ  31:469-476. DOI 10.10007/s12237-008-9046-7

Threlkeld, S. T. 2006. Announcing Estuaries and Coasts, Journal of the Estuarine Research Federation. Estuaries and Coasts. 29(1):1-3.

Davidson, G. R., B. C. Laine, S. J. Galicki, and S.Threlkeld. 2006. Root zone hydrology: why bald cypress in flooded wetlands grow more when it rains. Tree Ring Research 62:3-12.

Frisch, Dagmar and Stephen. T. Threlkeld. 2005. Flood-mediated dispersal versus hatching: early recolonisation strategies of copepods in floodplain ponds. Freshwater Biology 50: 323-330.

Frisch, Dagmar, Bruce S. Libman, Stephen J. D'Surney and Stephen T. Threlkeld. 2005. Diversity of floodplain copepods (Crustacea) modified by flooding: species richness, diapause strategies and population genetics. Archiv fur Hydrobiol. 162:1-17.

Duarte, C. M., S. Nixon, and S. Threlkeld. 2005. The H. T. Odum Synthesis Essay, a new section in Estuaries. Estuaries 28:1.

Threlkeld, S. 2001. Book Review: Making the Most of College: Students Speak Their Minds; Writing Successful Science Proposals; Winning the Games Scientists Play: Strategies for Enhancing your Career in Science. Estuaries 24:653-654.

Baca, R. M. and S. T. Threlkeld. 2000. The effects of toxicants on planktonic systems: an integrated approach using the analysis of size distributions. J. Aquatic Ecosystem Stress Recovery 8:95-105.

Baca, R. M. and S. T. Threlkeld. 2000. Experimental test of nutrient and fish effects on size distributions of N:P. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 27:1981-1985.

Gophen, M., V. H. Smith, A. Nishri and S. T. Threlkeld. 1999. Nitrogen deficiency, phosphorus sufficiency, and the invasion of Lake Kinneret, Israel, by the N2-fixing cyanobacterium, Aphanizomenon ovalisporum. Aquatic Sciences 61:293-306.

Rhew, K., R.M. Baca, C.A. Ochs, and S.T. Threlkeld. 1999. Interaction effects of fish, nutrients, mixing and sediments on autotrophic picoplankton and algal composition. Freshwater Biology, 42:99-109.

Libman, B. S. and S. T. Threlkeld. 1999. Diapause phenology and egg bank dynamics of the copepod Diaptomus pallidus (Copepoda:Calanoida) in relation to annual flood cycles. Arch. Hydrobiol. 145:349-358.

Britson, C. A. and S. T. Threlkeld. 1998. Abundance, metamorphosis, developmental, and behavioral abnormalities in Hyla chrysoscelis tadpoles following exposure to three agrichemicals and methyl mercury in outdoor mesocosms. Bull. Environ. Contam. Toxicol. 61:154-161.

Willey, R.L. and S.T. Threlkeld. 1995. Changes in epibiotic burden during the intermolt of Daphnia determined by hypodermal retraction stages. Hydrobiologia 307:213-219.

Threlkeld, S.T., D.A. Chiavelli, and R.L. Willey. 1993. The organization of zooplankton epibiont communities. Trends Ecol. Evol. 8:317-321.

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