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GEISHA-Stormblitz : Global Evaluation of the Impacts of Storms on freshwater Habitat and structure of phytoplankton Assemblages

Publications & Symposiums

Symposiums

Oral contributions:

  • Stockwell J. et al.   - Global evaluation of the impacts of storms on freshwater habitat and structure of phytoplankton assemblages (GEISHA). ASLO - February 26 - March 3, 2017, Honolulu, Hawaii.
  • Anneville O. et al. - Global Evaluation of the Impacts of Storms on freshwater Habitat and structure of phytoplankton Assemblages: Dealing with heterogeneous data to improve our knowledge of biodiversity dynamics and ecosystem function. Sfécologie 2018 - October 22-25, 2018, Rennes, France.

Posters:

  • Dur G. et al. - The GEISHA project Preliminary steps to link storms and lake phytoplankton. 17th International Symposium on River and Lake Environment (17th ISRLE) & 3rd International Symposium on Aquatic Botany (3rd ISAB) - March 26-29, 2017, Kusatsu, Japan.
  • Looi A.H.R. et al. - Can phytoplankton weather the storm? Assessing how phytoplankton communities change after storms. IAGLR - May 15-19, 2017, Detroit (MI), USA.
  • Stockwell J. et al. - GLEON Storm-Blitz: An update from the GEISHA group on the links among storms, lake physics, and phytoplankton community dynamics. GLEON 19 All Hands’meeting – November 27- December1, 2017, Mohonk Lake (NY), USA.
  • Anneville O. et al. - GEISHA/GLEON Storm-blitz: A collaborative project to better understand the responses of phytoplankton to meteorologically-induced variability in water column stability. ELLS-IAGLR2018 "Big Lakes - Small World" - September 23-28, 2018, Evian, France.
  • Doubek J. et al. - The extent and variability of storm-induced epilimnetic temperature changes in lakes worlwide using long-term and high-frequency data. GLEON 20 All Hands'meeting - December 3-7, 2018, Rottnest Island, Australia.
  • Stockwell J. et al. - Storm Impacts on Phytoplankton Community Dynamics in Lakes- GLEON 20 All Hands'meeting - December 3-7, 2018, Rottnest Island, Australia.
  • Jannatul Ferdaus A. et al. - Effect of typhoons on the phytoplankton of Lake Kasumigaura (Japan) - Joint meeting of the Japanese Society of Benthology and the Plankton Society of Japan - September 18-21, 2019, Shizuoka, Japan. 

R-packages

GEISHA has produced a functional classification to facilitate the use of robust, repeatable functional classification systems. The “algaeClassify” R-package, is available on the CRAN repository. It contains R-code designed to facilitate the application of common morpho-functional (MFG;  Salmaso et al. 2015 <doi:10.1111/fwb.12520>) and life-history classifications (CSR, Reynolds 1988) to phytoplankton species lists and/or trait datasets.

Package Information:

Title: Determine Phytoplankton Functional Groups Based on Functional Traits

Author(s): Vijay Patil [aut, cre],  Torsten Seltmann [aut],  Nico Salmaso [aut], Orlane Anneville [aut], Marc Lajeunesse [aut], Dietmar Straile [aut] 

Maintainer: Vijay Patil <vpatil@usgs.gov>

Description: Verify accepted taxonomic nomenclature of phytoplankton species, assign species to functional group classifications, and manipulate taxonomic and functional diversity data. Possible functional classifications include Morpho-functional group (MFG; Salmaso et al. 2015 <doi:10.1111/fwb.12520>) and CSR (Reynolds 1988; Functional morphology and the adaptive strategies of phytoplankton. In C.D. Sandgren (ed). Growth and reproductive strategies of freshwater phytoplankton, 388-433. Cambridge University Press, New York). It also includes functions to query names using the algaebase online taxonomic database (<https://www.algaebase.org>; <doi:10.7872/crya.v35.iss2.2014.105>).

To cite the package:  run citation("algaeClassify") in R

Aside productions supported through the GEISHA project

Publications:

Perkins D.M, A. Perna, R. Adrian, P. Cermeño, U. Gaedke, M. Huete-Ortega, E.P. White and G. Yvon-Durocher. 2019. Energetic equivalence underpins the size structure of tree and phytoplankton communities. Nature communications. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-018-08039-3

Anneville O., C.W. Chang, G. Dur, S. Souissi, F. Rimet, C.H. Hsieh (2019). The paradox of re-oligotrophication: the role of bottom-up versus top-down controls on the phytoplankton community. Oikos. https://doi.org/10.1111/oik.06399