Hudnell, H. Kenneth

Cyanobacterial Harmful Algal Blooms: State of the Science and Research Needs

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Table of contents

1. An Overview of the Interagency, International Symposium on Cyanobacterial Harmful Algal Blooms (ISOC-HAB): Advancing the Scientific Understanding of Freshwater Harmful Algal Blooms
H Kenneth Hudnell, Quay Dortch, Harold Zenick

2. A Synopsis of Research Needs Identified at the Interagency, International Symposium on Cyanobacterial Harmful Algal Blooms (ISOC-HAB)
H Kenneth Hudnell, Quay Dortch

3. Occurrence of Cyanobacterial Harmful Algal Blooms Workgroup Report
Anthony Fristachi, James L Sinclair, Sherwood Hall, Julie A Hambrook Berkman, Greg Boyer, JoAnn Burkholder, John Burns, Wayne Carmichael, Al DuFour, William Frazier, Steve L Morton, Eric O’Brien, Steven Walker

4. A world overview — One-hundred-twenty-seven years of research on toxic cyanobacteria — Where do we go from here?
Wayne Carmichael

5. Toxic Cyanobacteria in Florida Waters
John Burns

6. Nebraska Experience
SR Walker, JC Lund, DG Schumacher, PA Brakhage, BC McManus, JD Miller, MM Augustine, JJ Carney, RS Holland, KD Hoagland, JC Holz, TM Barrow, DC Rundquist, AA Gitelson

7. Cyanobacterial Toxins in New York and the Lower Great Lakes Ecosystems
Gregory L Boyer

8. Occurrence Workgroup Poster Abstracts
EM Humphries, K Savidge, RM Tyler

9. Causes, Prevention, and Mitigation Workgroup Report
Gina Perovich, Quay Dortch, James Goodrich, Paul S Berger, Justin Brooks, Terence J Evens, Christopher J Gobler, Jennifer Graham, James Hyde, Dawn Karner, Dennis (Kevin) O’Shea, Valerie Paul, Hans Paerl, Michael Piehler, Barry H Rosen, Mary Santelmann, Pat Tester, Judy Westrick

10. Nutrient and other environmental controls of harmful cyanobacterial blooms along the freshwater–marine continuum
Hans Paerl

11. Global warming and cyanobacterial harmful algal blooms
Valerie J Paul

12. Watershed management strategies to prevent and control cyanobacterial harmful algal blooms

13. Cyanobacterial toxin removal in drinking water treatment processes and recreational waters
Judy A Westrick

14. Causes, Mitigation, and Prevention Workgroup Posters
MG Antoniou, DD Dionysiou, AA de la Cruz

15. Cyanotoxins Workgroup Report
Rex A Pegram, Tonya Nichols, Stacey Etheridge, Andrew Humpage, Susan LeBlanc, Adam Love, Brett Neilan, Stephan Pflugmacher, Maria Runnegar, Robert Thacker

16. Toxin types, toxicokinetics and toxicodynamics
Andrew Humpage

17. The genetics and genomics of cyanobacterial toxicity
Brett A Neilan, LA Pearson, MC Moffitt, KT Mihali, M Kaebernick, R Kellmann, F Pomati

18. Determining important parameters related to cyanobacterial alkaloid toxin exposure
Adam H Love

19. Toxins Workgroup Poster Abstracts
Drummond AK, Schuster T, Wright JLC

20. Analytical Methods Workgroup Report
Armah A de la Cruz, Michael T Meyer, Kathy Echols, Ambrose Furey, James M Hungerford, Linda Lawton, Rosemonde Mandeville, Jussi AO Meriluoto, Parke Rublee, Kaarina Sivonen, Gerard Stelma, Steven W Wilhelm, Paul V Zimba

21. Cyanotoxins: sampling, sample processing and toxin uptake
Jussi AO Meriluoto, Lisa EM Spoof

22. Field methods in the study of toxic cyanobacterial blooms: results and insights from Lake Erie Research
Steven W Wilhelm

23. Conventional laboratory methods for cyanotoxins
Linda A Lawton, C Edwards

24. Emerging high throughput analyses of cyanobacterial toxins and toxic cyanobacteria
Kaarina Sivonen

25. Analytical Methods Workgroup Poster Abstracts
Metcalf JS, LF Morrison, M Reilly, FM Young, GA Codd

26. Human Health Effects Workgroup Report
Elizabeth D Hilborn, John W Fournie, Sandra MFO Azevedo, Neil Chernoff, Ian R Falconer, Michelle J Hooth, Karl Jensen, Robert MacPhail, Ian Stewart, Ellen Rogers, Glen R Shaw

27. Health effects associated with controlled exposures to cyanobacterial toxins
Ian R Falconer

28. Cyanobacterial poisoning in livestock, wild mammals and birds – an overview
Ian Stewart, Alan A. Seawright, Glen R. Shaw

29. Epidemiology of cyanobacteria and their toxins
Louis S Pilotto

30. Human Health Effects Workgroup Poster Abstracts
ED Hilborn, WW Carmichael, M Yuan, RM Soares, JC Servaites, HA Barton, SMFO Azevedo

31. Ecosystem Effects Workgroup Report
Bas W Ibelings, John W Fournie, Elizabeth D Hilborn, Geoffrey A Codd, Michael Coveney, Juli Dyble, Karl Havens, Bas W Ibelings, Jan Landsberg, Wayne Litaker, Bas W Ibelings, Karl Havens, Geoffrey A Codd, Juli Dyble, Jan Landsberg, Michael Coveney, John W Fournie, Elizabeth D Hilborn

32. Cyanobacterial toxins: a qualitative meta–analysis of concentrations, dosage and effects in freshwater, estuarine and marine biota
Bas W Ibelings, Karl E Havens

33. Cyanobacteria blooms: effects on aquatic ecosystems
Karl E Havens

34. Ecosystem Effects Workgroup Poster Abstracts
O Sarnelle, AE Wilson

35. Risk Assessment Workgroup Report
Joyce Donohue, Jennifer Orme–Zavaleta, Michael Burch, Daniel Dietrich, Belinda Hawkins, Tony Lloyd, Wayne Munns, Jeff Steevens, Dennis Steffensen, Dave Stone, Peter Tango

36. Effective doses, guidelines & regulations
Michael D Burch

37. Economic cost of cyanobacterial blooms
Dennis A Steffensen

38. Integrating human and ecological risk assessment: application to the cyanobacterial harmful algal bloom problem
Jennifer Orme-Zavaleta, Wayne R Munns

39. Toxin mixture in cyanobacterial blooms – a critical comparison of reality with current procedures employed in human health risk assessment
Daniel R Dietrich, A Fischer, C Michel, SJ Hoeger

Keywords: Biomedicine, Neurosciences

Publication year
Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology
Page amount
972 pages
Medicine, Health Care, Mode

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