Publications: G.S. Kleppel

  • Kleppel, G.S. and E. LaBarge. 2011. Using sheep to control purple loosestrife (Lythum salicaria).  Invasive Plant Science and Management 4: 50-57.
  • Smith, A.J., R.W. Bode and G.S. Kleppel. 2007. A nutrient biotic index (NBI) for use with benthic macroinvertebrate communities. Ecological Indicators 7: 371-386.
  • DeVoe, M.R. and G.S. Kleppel. 2006. Introduction – The effects of changing land use patterns on marine resources: Setting a research agenda to facilitate management, 1-19. In, Kleppel, G.S., M.R. DeVoe and M.V. Rawson (Eds.). 2006. Changing land use patterns in the coastal zone – managing environmental quality in rapidly developing regions. Springer Verlag, New York.
  • Kleppel, G.S., R.H. Becker, J.S. Allen and K.S. Lu. 2006. Trends in land use policy and development in the coastal southeast, 23-45. In, Kleppel, G.S., M.R. DeVoe and M.V. Rawson (Eds.). 2006. Changing land use patterns in the coastal zone – managing environmental quality in rapidly developing regions. Springer Verlag, New York.
  • Kleppel, G.S., D.E. Porter and M.R. DeVoe. 2006. Urban typology and estuarine biodiversity in rapidly developing coastal watersheds, 69-89. In, Kleppel, G.S., M.R. DeVoe and M.V. Rawson (Eds.). 2006. Changing land use patterns in the coastal zone – managing environmental quality in rapidly developing regions. Springer Verlag, New York.
  • Kleppel, G.S., S. Madewell and S.E. Hazzard. 2004. Responses of emergent marsh wetlands in upstate New York to variations in urban typology. Ecology and Society 9(5):1 [online]. URL: http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol9/iss5/art1 (invited)
  • Kleppel, G.S. 2002. Urbanization and environmental quality: Implications of alternative development scenarios. Albany Law Environmental Outlook Journal 8: 37-64.
  • Hazzard, S.E. and G.S. Kleppel. 2003. Copepod nutrition in Florida Bay: Relationship between the food environment and Acartia tonsa egg production. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 252, 199-206.
  • Kleppel, G.S. and S. Hazzard. 2000. Diet and egg production of the copepod Acartia tonsa in Florida Bay. II. Role of the nutritional environment. Mar. Biol. 137:111-121.
  • Kleppel, G.S. and M.R. DeVoe. 2000. The people factor, pp. 37-43. In, Davis, J.E. (ed.), A sense of place. South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, Columbia.
  • Gowen, R.J., G.M. McCullugh, G.S. Kleppel, L. Houchin and P. Elliot. 1999. Arecopepods important grazers of the spring bloom in the western Irish Sea. J. Plankton Res. 21:465-483.
  • Kleppel, G.S. 1998. The fate of the carotenoid pigment fucoxanthin during passage through the copepod gut: influence of copepod species, season and food concentration on pigment recovery. J. Plankton Res. 20:2017-2028.
  • Gowen, R.J., M. Dickey-Collas, G. McCullough and G.S. Kleppel. 1998. Copepod abundance in the western Irish sea: relationship to physical regime, phytoplankton production and standing stock. J. Plankton Res. 20: 315-330.
  • Kleppel, G.S., C.A. Burkart, L. Houchin and C. Tomas. 1998. Egg production of the copepod Acartia tonsa in Florida Bay during summer. 1. The roles of food environment and diet.. Estuaries. 21:228-239.
  • Kleppel, G.S., C.A. Burkart and L. Houchin. 1998. Nutrition and the regulation of egg production in the calanoid copepod Acartia tonsa. Limnol. Oceanogr. 43: 1000-1007.
  • Burkart, C.A. and G.S. Kleppel. 1998. A new incubation system for the measurement of egg production and hatching success of copepod eggs in the field. J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 221: 89-97.
  • Kleppel, G.S., C.A. Burkart and K.Carter. 1996. Diets of copepods on the west Florida continental shelf: Relationships between food concentration, food composition and feeding activity. Mar. Biol. 127:209-217.
  • Kleppel, G.S., C.S. Davis and K. Carter. 1996. Temperature and copepod growth in the sea: A comment on the temperature-dependent model. Am. Nat. 148:397-406.
  • Kleppel, G.S. and L. Houchin. 1996.Human impacts on Florida's estuarine resources. The roles of academic researchin the development of management strategies for conservation and sustainable growth, pp. 550-551. In, Bigford, T.E. and R.H. Boyles, Jr. (eds.), Seeking balance: conflict, resolution and partnership. Proc. 15th Int. Conf. The Coastal Soc. Seattle.
  • Kleppel, G.S. and C.A. Burkart. 1995. Egg production and the nutritional environment of Acartia tonsa: The role of food quality in copepod nutrition. ICES J. Mar. Sci. 52:297-304.
  • Kleppel, G.S. 1993. On the diets of calanoid copepods. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 99: 183-195 (Invited Review).