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PERSONAL DATA

Gender male
Institution
Environment Canada (
St. Lawrence Centre 105 McGill, 7th floor Montreal H2Y2E7
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Environment Canada St. Lawrence Centre 105 McGill, 7th floor
Montreal
Quebec
H2Y2E7
Canada
Tel 1-514-283-6499
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PROFESSIONAL DATA

Degree BSc,MSc,PhD
Job type Research
Research Area(s) Pollution , Pollution
Research Activities I study parasite ecology. My research generally falls under the following topics: 1) life cycles and transmission dynamics of aquatic parasites; 2) evolution and biogeography of parasites of fishes and amphibians; 3) use of parasites as indicators of pollution and biodiversity; 4) studies on the distribution and abundance of parasites; and 5) barcoding parasites.
Research Region Canada
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Dr. David MARCOGLIESE)

Poulin, R., Blanar, C.A., Thieltges, D.W., and Marcogliese, D.J. (2012) Scaling up from epidemiology to biogeography: local infection patterns predict geographical distribution in fish parasites. Journal of Biogeogreography, 39, 1157-1166.
Poulin, R., Blanar, C.A., Thieltges, D.W., and Marcogliese, D.J. (2011). The biogeography of parasitism in sticklebacks: distance, habitat differences and the similarity in parasite occurrence and abundance. Ecography, 34, 540-551.
Blanar, C.A., Marcogliese, D.J., and Couillard, C.M. (2011) Natural and anthropogenic factors shape metazoan parasite community structure in mummichog (Fundulus heteroclitus) from two estuaries in New Brunswick, Canada. Folia Parasitologica, 58, 240-248.
Marcogliese, D.J., and Pietrock, M. (2011). Combined effects of parasites and contaminants on animal health: Parasites do matter. Trends in Parasitology, 27, 123-130.
Blanar, C.A., Munkittrick, C.R., Houlahan, J., MacLatchy, D.L., and Marcogliese, D.J.. (2009). Pollution and parasitism in aquatic animals: a meta-analysis of effect size. Aquatic Toxicology, 93, 18-28.
Marcogliese, D.J. (2008) Interdisciplinarity in marine parasitology. In: Proceedings of the international workshop on marine parasitology: Applied aspects of marine parasitology. Afonso-Dias, I., Menezes, G., MacKenzie, K., and Eiras, J. (eds). Arquipélago Supplement, 6, 7-14.
Marcogliese, D.J. (2005) Transmission of marine parasites. In: K. Rohde (ed.). Marine parasites. CSIRO Publishing. Collingwood, Australia, pp. 280-286.
Marcogliese, D.J. (2005) Parasites of the superorganism: are they indicators of ecosystem health? International Jpournal of Parasitology, 35, 705-716.
Marcogliese, D.J. (2004) Parasites: small players with crucial roles in the ecological theatre. EcoHealth, 1, 151-164.
Marcogliese, D.J. (2001) Review of experimental and natural invertebrate hosts of sealworm (Pseudoterranova decipiens) and its distribution and abundance in macroinvertebrates in eastern Canada. NAMMCO Scientific Publication, 3, 27-38.
Marcogliese, D.J. (2001) Distribution and abundance of sealworm (Pseudoterranova decipiens) and other anisakid nematodes in fish and seals in the Gulf of St. Lawrence: potential importance of climatic conditions. NAMMCO Scientific Publication, 3, 113-128.
Marcogliese, D.J. (1995) The role of zooplankton in the transmission of helminth parasites to fish. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries, 5, 336-371.
Marcogliese, D.J. 92008) The impact of climate change on the parasites and diseases of aquatic animals. Rev. sci. tech. Off. int. Épiz. 27, 467-484.

Group(s): GLODIR
Created: 1997-03-06 Last Updated: 2014-06-04 by David MARCOGLIESE