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Details of Dr. Raphael Martin Kudela   


Gender male
Job title Professor
Department Ocean Sciences
University of California, Institute of Marine Sciences, Santa Cruz ( UCSC)
Headquarters A317 Earth & Marine Sciences Building 1156 High St. Santa Cruz CA 95064
Ocean Sciences Department 1156 High Street
Santa Cruz
Regions Sea of Azov
Tel 1-831-459-3290
Fax 1-831-459-4882
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Website http://people.ucsc.edu/~kudela
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Degree PhD
Job type Teaching/Education , Research
Research Area(s) Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology
Research Activities Establishment of HAB monitoring programs; algal toxin development using ELISA and LC/MS; coastal ocean remote sensing; ecophysiology of harmful algae; nutrient uptake and assimilation/regeneration processes using both stable and radioactive isotopes with natural assemblages and laboratory cultures; member of GEOHAB
Research Region 72, eastern boundary current systems, California, Pacific Northwest
Working languages English
Skills/Expertise ocean optics; ocean color remote sensing; stable and radio-tracer isotopes for algal physiology; ecophysiology of Pseudo-nitzschia, Cochlodinium, Akashiwo, coastal ocean observing systems
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Dr. Raphael KUDELA)

Kudela, R.M., JQ Lane, and WP Cochlan. [2008] The potential role of anthropogenically derived nitrogen in the growth of harmful algae in California, USA. Harmful Algae, 8, 103-110.
Kudela, R.M., J.P. Ryan, M. Blakely, J.Q. Lane, and T.D. Peterson. [2008] Linking the physiology and ecology of Cochlodinium to better understand harmful algal bloom events: a comparative approach. Harmful Algae, 7, 278-292
Kudela, R., G. Pitcher, T. Probyn, F. Figueiras, T. Moita, and V. Trainer. [2005] Harmful Algal Blooms in coastal upwelling systems. Oceanography 18(2): 184-197.

Group(s): HAB , GOOS Biology & Ecosystems Panel
Created: 2009-02-03 Last Updated: 2015-07-14 by Oceanexpert MANAGER