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Linda E. Duguay

 

Education:

1979

Ph.D.

University of Miami, Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science (RSMAS), Miami, FL - Biological Oceanography, "Calcium metabolism and photosynthetic carbon fixation in benthic Foraminifera symbiotic with microalgae."

1973

M.S.

University of Miami, Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences, Miami, FL. Biological Oceanography, "Ecology of the ctenophore Mnemiopsis mccradyi Mayer, in Biscayne Bay, Florida."

1968

A.B.

University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI - Biology

 

Professional Experience:

1999 - 2004

Deputy Director of the Wrigley Environmental Institute, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA
1998 - 1999 Program Manager for Arctic Natural Sciences, Antarctic Science Section, Office of Polar Programs, National Science Foundation, Arlington, VA

1996 - 1998

Program Manager for Science Planning, Advanced Projects, and International Coordination, Antarctic Science Section, Office of Polar Programs, National Science Foundation, Arlington, VA

1994 - 1995

Special Programs Manager, Office of Polar Programs, on detail from Biological Oceanography Program, Geosciences Directorate, National Science Foundation, Arlington, VA

1991 - 1996

Associate Program Director, Permanent, Biological Oceanography Program, Geosciences Directorate, National Science Foundation, Arlington, VA

1990 - 1991

Associate Program Director, Visiting Scientist, Biological Oceanography Program, Geosciences Directorate, National Science Foundation, Washington, DC

1989 - 1999

Research Assistant Professor, The University of Maryland, Chesapeake Biological Laboratory, Solomons, MD

1987 - 1989

Senior Research Associate, The University of Maryland, Chesapeake Biological Laboratory, Solomons, MD

1987

Visiting Lecturer, St. Mary's College of Maryland, St. Mary's City, MD

1982 - 1987

Research Assistant Professor, Marine Sciences Research Center, State University of New York, Stony Brook, NY

1982 - 1983

Assistant Professor, Natural Sciences, Southampton College, Southampton, NY. Sabbatical Replacement
1980 - 1982 Consultant to Taxonomic Associates, Gainesville, FL
1980 - 1987 Adjunct Assistant Professor, Marine Sciences Research Center, State University of New York, Stony Brook, NY
1978 - 1979 Koczy Fellow in Marine Sciences, RSMAS, University of Miami, Miami, FL
1975 - 1978 Graduate Research and Teaching Assistant, RSMAS, University of Miami, Miami, FL
1973 - 1974 Research Assistant, Brown University, Providence, RI
1969 - 1973 Research Assistant (1972-1973) and Maytag Fellow (1969-1972) RSMAS, University of Miami, Miami, FL
1968 - 1969 Research Biologist, Colgate Palmolive Research and Dev. Center, Piscataway, NJ
1967 - 1968 Undergraduate Teaching Assistant, Introductory Zoology, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI
1967 Summer Student Trainee, Biology Division of Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN
Research Interests:
Areas of Professional Expertise

General Oceanography. Biological Oceanography. Physiological ecology of marine invertebrates. Zooplankton ecology and physiology- particularly of gelatinous forms. Nutrient cycling within aquatic systems. Algal-invertebrate symbioses (particularly with Foraminifera). Effects of dredging and dredge spoils on benthic populations.

Publications:
Papers in Refereed Journals

Baker, L. (Duguay) and M.R. Reeve. 1974. Laboratory culture of the lobate ctenophore Mnemiopsis mccradyi with notes on feeding and fecundity. Mar. Biol. 26:52-62.

Reeve, M.R. and L. (Duguay) Baker. 1975. Production of two planktonic carnivores (Chaetognath and Ctenophore) in South Florida inshore waters. Fishery Bull. 73:238-248.

Duguay, L. and D.L. Taylor. 1978. Primary production and calcification by the soritid Foraminiferan, Archais angulatus (Fichtel and Moll). J. Protozool. 25:356-361.

Duguay, L.E. 1983. Comparative laboratory and field studies on Ca++ deposition and carbon fixation in benthic foraminifera associated with algal endosymbionts. J. Foraminiferal Research. 13:252-261.

Monteleone, D.M. and L.E. Duguay. 1988. Laboratory studies of predation by the ctenophore Mnemiopsis leidyi on eggs and yolk-sac larvae of bay anchovy Anchoa mitchilli. J. Plank. Res. 10:359-372.

Capone, D.G., S.G. Dunham, S.G. Horrigan, and L.E. Duguay. 1992. Microbial nitrogen transformations in unconsolidated coral reef sediments. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 80:75-88.

Zehr, J.P., M. Wyman, V. Miller, L. Duguay and D.G. Capone. 1993. Modification of the Fe protein of nitrogenases in natural populations of Trichodesmium thiebautii. AEM: 669-676.

Books or Chapters

Taylor, D.L. and L.E. Duguay. 1980. Ca++ deposition, re-mobilization and re-deposition in foraminifera and corals associated with algal endosymbionts. In, Endocytobiology, Endosymbiosis and Cell Biology, W. Schwemmler, H. E. A. Schenck, Vol. 1. Walter de Gruyter & Co., New York.

Taylor, D.L. and L.E. Duguay. 1980. Significance of Symbionts in Foraminifera. McGraw Hill 1980 Yearbook of Science and Technology, McGraw Hill, Inc. N. Y. pp. 196-197.

Duguay, L.D., D.M. Monteleone and C.E. Quaglietta. 1989. Abundance and distribution of zooplankton and ichthyoplankton in Great South Bay, New York, during the Brown Tide outbreaks of 1985 and 1986. In: Lecture Notes on Coastal and Estuarine Studies: Novel Phytoplankton Bloom-Causes and Impacts of Recurrent Brown Tides, ed. by E.M. Cosper, et al.

Published Abstracts

Solis, M.C.M., L.E. Duguay, R.C. Kestenbaum and W.J. King. 1969. Deposit formation from rat calculus diets in vitro. Abstr. 7th Annual Meeting of the International Association for Dental Research and the North American Division of IADR, Houston, Texas.

Baker, L. (Duguay) and M.R. Reeve. 1972. The laboratory culture reproduction, and predatory effects of the plankton carnivore, Mnemiopsis mccradyi (Ctenophora) in an inshore sub-tropical environment. Abstr. Special Meeting American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Aftring, R.P., D.G. Capone, L.E. Duguay, J. Fell, I. M. Master, and B.F. Taylor. 1978. Assessment of microbial fouling in an OTEC study near St. Croix. Abstr. 5th Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC) Conference. Miami, Florida.

Duguay, L.E. and D.L. Taylor. 1978. Primary production and Calcification by the Soritid Foraminiferan Archais angulatus (Fichtel and Moll) 41st Annual Meeting of American Society of Limnology and Oceanography. Victoria, British Columbia.

Duguay, L. 1979. Comparative Laboratory and field studies of two foraminiferal-algal associations. Abstr. 42nd Annual Meeting of American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, Stony Brook, N.Y.

Duguay L.E. and G.R. Lopez. 1984. Disruption of pelletized sediments by shallow water benthic Foraminifera. Abstr. 47th Annual Meeting of Limnology and Oceanography, Vancouver, British Columbia.

Duguay, L.E., D.M. Monteleone, and C.E. Quaglietta. 1986. Population dynamics and predatory impact of ctenophores in Great South Bay, NY. Abstr. for Joint Meeting of Amer. Soc. of Limnology and Oceanography and the Phycol. Society of America, Kingston R. I.

Capone, D.G., S.G. Dunham, S.G. Horrigan, J.M. O'Neil, and L.E.Duguay. 1986. Microbial Nitrogen Cycling in Coral Reef Sediments. EOS 67(44): 997.AGU/ASLOWinter 86 meeting in San Francisco, Calif.

Monteleone, D. M. and L.E. Duguay. 1987. Laboratory studies of predation by the ctenophore Mnemiopsis leidyi on eggs and yolk-sac larvae of the bay anchovy Anchoa mitchilli. Abstr. 11th Annual Larval Fish Conference of the American Fisheries Society. June, Houghton, Mich.

Monteleone, D.M. and L.E. Duguay. 1988. Laboratory predation studies by the ctenophore, Mnemiopsis leidyi on the Bay anchovy. Anchoa mitchilli Abstr. Atlantic Estuarine Research Society (AERS) Conference, October, 1988. Solomons, Maryland.

Duguay, L.E., D.M. Monteleone and C.E. Quaglietta. 1988. Impact of the "brown tide" on zooplankton and ichthyoplankton abundance and distribution in Great South Bay in 1985 and 1986. Abstr. Cont. on Novel Phytoplankton Blooms: Causes and Impacts of Recurrent brown Tides and Other Unusual Blooms. October, 1988. Stony Brook, N.Y.

Duguay, L.E. and D.M. Monteleone. 1994. Population Dynamics and Abundance of Ctenophores in a shallow coastal temperate estuary. ICES Symposium on Zooplankton Production. August 1994. Plymouth Marine Laboratory, Plymouth, England.

Duguay, L.E., C. Shoemaker, S. Smith, D. Jacobson, and E. Russek-Cohen. 1996.
A long Term Study of the Benthic Assemblages of the Hart Miller Island Dredge Containment Facility in Mid-Chesapeake Bay, ASLO/AGU Ocean Science Meeting. February 1996. San Diego, CA.

Technical Reports

Aftring, A.P., D.G. Capone, L.E. Duguay, J. Fell, I. M. Master, B. F. Taylor. 1978. Biofouling and site characterization studies. Final Report for the U. S. Dept. of Energy. U.C.-64, PNL 2739.

Duguay, L.E., K.R. Tenore and H.T. Pfitzenmeyer. 1988. Sixth Annual Data Report of Benthic Studies. On, The Continuing State Assessment of the Environmental Impacts of the Operation of the Hart and Miller Islands Containment Facility. Final Report submitted to: Department of Natural Resources, Tidewater Administration, Annapolis, Maryland for the Maryland Port Administration, Baltimore, Maryland.

Duguay, L.E., K.R. Tenore and H.T. Pfitzenmeyer. 1988. Sixth Annual Interpretive Report of Benthic Studies. On, The Continuing State Assessment of the Environmental Impacts of the Operation of the Hart and Miller Islands Containment Facility. Final Report submitted to: Department of Natural Resources, Tidewater Administration, Annapolis, Maryland for the Maryland Port Administration, Baltimore, Maryland.

Capone, D.G., G. Muller-Parker, L.E. Duguay, and J. Love. 1988. Effects of Nutrient Enrichment and Insolation on Nitrogen and Phosphorous Uptake by Planktonic Microorganisms in Patuxent River Microcosms. A report submitted to Maryland Department of the Environment.

Marvin, M., J.M. O'Neil, L.E. Duguay and D.G. Capone 1989. The effects of Aeration on Living Resources, Algal Biomass and Ecosystem Metabolism in St. Leonard Creek. A Final Report submitted to MDE. 45 pp.

Duguay, L.E., G. Muller-Parker, S. Cibik, J. Love, J. Sanders, and D.G. Capone. 1989. Effects of Nutrient Enrichment and Isolation on Nitrogen and Phosphorous Uptake by Planktonic Microorganisms in Patuxent River Microcosms. A final report submitted to Maryland Department of the Environment.

Duguay, L.E., 1989 through 1999 Seventh through Sixteenth Annual Data Report of Benthic Studies. On, The Continuing State Assessment of the Environmental Impacts of the Operation of the Hart and Miller Islands Containment Facility. Final Report submitted to: Department of Natural Resources, Tidewater Administration, Annapolis, Maryland for the Maryland Port Administration, Baltimore, Maryland.

Duguay, L.E., 1989 through 1999. Seventh through Sixteenth Annual Interpretive Report of Benthic Studies. On, The Continuing State Assessment of the Environmental Impacts of the Operation of the Hart and Miller Islands Containment Facility. Final Report submitted to: Department of Natural Resources, Tidewater Administration, Annapolis, Maryland for the Maryland Port Administration, Baltimore, Maryland.


Contracts and Grants

Maryland Department of Natural Resources, Water Resources Administration. The continuing state assessment of the environmental impacts of construction and operation of the Hart and Miller Islands containment facility. Benthic Studies, 1989 - 1999, Sixth through Sixteenth years (ranged from $50,000 - 95,000/year over the ten year period). (Principal Investigator)

USGS: Water Resources Research Program. Inorganic nitrogen and phosphorous dynamics in the water column of the Patuxent River. Sept. 1988 - Sept. 1990. $174,995. (with D.G. Capone and G. Muller-Parker, 25% time).

Maryland Department of Natural Resources. Assessment of the environmental impacts of dredging fossil oyster shell on the associated benthic community in the Upper Chesapeake Bay. Jan. 1988-April 1989. $53,493. (Principal Investigator, 25% effort.)

Maryland Department of the Environment. The effects of aeration on living resources, algal biomass and ecosystem metabolism in St. Leonard Creek. May, 1988 - May, 1989. $129,765. (Co-PI with Dr. D. Capone, 10% effort.)

N.Y. State Sea Grant. NOAA. Production and survival of the planktonic larval stage of the hard clam, Mercenaria mercenaria, in Great South Bay, with emphasis on predation by the ctenophore, Mnemiopsis leidyi. Oct. 1984-Dec. 1987. $58,000.

NSF Grant from Biological Oceanography with G. R. Lopez. Ingestion and absorption of natural sedimentary foods by deposit-feeders. May 1985 - May 1987. $138,000. (3 months support first year only)

NSF Grant from Biological Oceanography with G. R. Lopez. The effects of sediment-microbe associations on deposit-feeding strategies. Jan. 1983 - Nov. 1984. $135,000. (6 months each of 2 years)Grant in Aid from Sigma Xi: "Nutrition and Growth of two Species of Shallow Water Benthic Foraminifera of the Genus Elphidium from Long Island Sound. March 1982.

Symposia Organized/Chaired for Professional Meetings

Organizing Committee Member for 1989 Benthic Ecology Meeting in Solomons, Maryland. March, 1989.

Co-Chair for ASLO, 1998 Ocean Sciences Meeting, San Diego, CA. Feb. 1998.

Co-Chair for AGU, 2000 Ocean Sciences Meeting, San Antonio, TX. Jan. 2000

Active Memberships in Professional Societies

The Oceanography Society
American Geophysical Union
American Society of Limnology and Oceanography
American Association for the Advancement of Science
Sigma Xi

Other Professional Recognition
Research at other laboratories/scientific cruises

NSF OPP Science Representative to South Pole Station, Antarctica, Jan. 1998.

NSF OPP Science Representative to McMurdo Station, Antarctica, Oct. 1995.

NSF Office of Polar Programs (OPP) Representative to Palmer Station, Antarctica, Jan-Feb 1995 with a cruise on RV Polar Duke to reach the station and observe Palmer LTER activities.

RV Iselin. Two cruises to the Caribbean to study nitrogen fixation in Trichodesmium. Fall 1989 and Spring 1991.

Bermuda Biological Station, Ferry Reach Bermuda, August 1987.

Australian Institute of Marine Sciences, Townsville, Queensland, Australia, Nov. 1985.

University of Puerto Rico, Marine Sciences Center, LaPaguera, Puerto Rico, Nov. 1983.

Hydrolab Mission 80-3. April 1980, Faile Marine Center, St.Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands.

YFN 1126 (Navy barge on contract to Tracor Marine). Sept. 1977, St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands.

Discovery Bay Marine Lab. July-August 1976, Discovery Bay, Jamaica.

R/V Calanus. Four cruises to the Bahamas. 1976, 1977, 1978, 1983.

Mount Desert Island Biological Laboratory. Summer 1974, Salisbury Cove, Maine.

Lerner Marine Laboratory, April 1974, Bimini, Bahamas.

Awards

NSF Antarctic Service Certificate and US Navy Antarctic Service Medal and Certificate for Service to the United States Antarctic Program 1995.

NSF General Workforce System Outstanding Performance Award. 1995, 1996, 1998, 1999.

C.V. Starr Fellowship with D.G. Capone for the Bermuda Biological Laboratory, Summer 1987. $1500.

Koczy Fellowship in Marine Sciences. RSMAS, University of Miami, 1976 and 1977.

R. G. Bader Student Research Fund Award. RSMAS, University of Miami, 1976 and 1977.

Maytag Fellowship. RSMAS, University of Miami, 1969-1972.

Rhode Island State Scholarship. 1964-1967.

Peer Review Activities

a. Proposals Reviewed

Rhode Island and Texas Sea Grant Proposals
NSF Biological and Geological Oceanography

b. Articles Reviewed

Quarterly Review of Biology
Journal of Foraminiferal Research
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology
Marine Ecology Progress Series
Chesapeake Research Consortium. Perspectives.

Teaching and Training
Courses Taught

Introductory Zoology Laboratory, undergraduate teaching assistant, University of Rhode Island, 1966-1967.

Parasitology Laboratory, undergraduate teaching assistant, University of Rhode Island, 1967-1968.

Marine Aquaria Set-up and Introductory Marine Science for elementary students, Saturday morning enrichment classes, Miami Museum of Science, 1970-1971.

General Biological Oceanography, graduate teaching assistant, University of Miami, 1978.

Plankton Ecology, graduate level seminar, co-instructor with Dr. P. Lapennas, SUNY at Stony Brook, 1981.

Plant Biology (Fall and Spring), Phycology (Fall), Marine Plankton (Spring), undergraduate level, Southampton College, sabbatical replacement for Dr. L. B. Liddle, 1982-1983.

Marine Microbiology, undergraduate and graduate level, contributing lecturer on microalgae, SUNY At Stony Brook, 1984-1985.

Marine Biochemistry, graduate level, co-instructor with Dr. D.G. Capone, SUNY at Stony Brook, 1986.

Summer Workshop in Coastal Oceanography, SUNY At Stony Brook, continuing education course (CED) for science teachers, contributor on Biological aspects, summer 1984 & 1985, complete course summer 1986.

Long Island's Coastal Environment, CED evening course at SUNY Stony Brook, Fall 1986.

General Ecology, St. Mary's College of Maryland , St. Mary's City, Maryland, Fall 1987.

 

Graduate Students Supervised as Major Advisor
Degrees Conferred

Clare Quaglietta M.S. Marine Science 1987
SUNY, Stony Brook "Predation by Mnemiopsis leidyi on hard clam larvae and other natural zooplankton in Great South Bay, NY."

Doreen Monteleone Ph.D. Biological Oceanography 1988
SUNY, Stony Brook "Abundance and distribution of larval fish in Great South Bay, NY."

Mike Brittsan M.S. MEES 1989
University of Maryland, College Park "Growth of Laminaria longicruris de-la Pylaie under various simulated environmental conditions in the Smithsonian Sub-Arctic Microcosm Exhibit.