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PERSONAL DATA

Gender female
Job title Principal Investigator
Department Great Ships Initiative
Institution
Northeast-Midwest Institute ( NE-MWI)
218 D St. SE Washington, DC 20003 District of Columbia
Address
50 F St. NW Suite 950
Washington, DC
District of Columbia
20001
Regions Sea of Azov
Tel / 202 / 464-4014
Fax / 202 / 544-0043
Email
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Website http://www.greatshipsinitiative.org, http://www.nemw.org
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PROFESSIONAL DATA

Degree Masters in Resource Development Bachelors in Biology (population level)
Job type Research
Research Area(s) Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology
Research Activities Principal Investigator for the Great Ships Initiative. President of the Northeast-Midwest Institute. Over 15 years of experience in ballast water management system (BWMS) testing in the ship, land-based, barge-based and laboratory settings, and conducted the first shipboard trials of a BWMS (using filtration) on an operating vessel in the Great Lakes. Served on the U.S. delegation to the IMO Marine Environment Protection Committee’s (MEPCs) Ballast Working Group, the International Convention for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES) Ballast Working Group, and the U.S. government’s Invasive Species Advisory Committee (ISAC). Staffed and Coordinated for US Congress the development and enactment of national legislation to address ballast-mediated introductions of exotic species (the Nonindigenous Aquatic Nuisance Prevention and Control Act of 1990, and the National Invasive Species Act of 1996).
Research Region Great Lakes, US Marine Coastal
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Ms. Allegra CANGELOSI)

Cangelosi A, Allinger L, Balcer M, Fanberg L, Fobbe D, Hagedorn S, Mangan T, Marksteiner A, Mays N, Polkinghorne C, Prihoda K, Reavie E, Regan D, Reid D, Ruzycki E, Saillard H, Schaefer H, Schwerdt T & TenEyck M. [2013]. Final Report of the Shipboard Testing of the Sodium Hydroxide (NaOH) Ballast Water Treatment System Onboard the MV Indiana Harbor. Great Ships Initiative, Northeast-Midwest Institute, Washington, D.C., USA. http://www.nemw.org/GSI/GSI-SB-F-TR-1.pdf
Cangelosi A, Allinger L, Balcer M, Fanberg L, Fobbe D, Hagedorn S, Mangan T, Mays N, Polkinghorne C, Prihoda K, Reavie E, Regan D, Reid D, Ruzycki E, Saillard H, Schaefer H, Schwerdt T, Snetting T & TenEyck M. [2012]. Final Report of Land-Based Freshwater Testing of a Ballast Water Treatment Involving Sodium Hypochlorite (NaOCl). Great Ships Initiative, Northeast-Midwest Institute, Washington, D.C., USA.http://www.nemw.org/GSI/GSI-LB-F-A-5_NaOCl.pdf
Cangelosi A, Schwerdt T, Mangan T, Mays N & Prihoda K. (2011). A Ballast Discharge Monitoring System for Great Lakes Relevant Ships: A Guidebook for Researchers, Ship Owners, and Agency Officials. Great Ships Initiative, Northeast-Midwest Institute, Washington, D.C., USA. http://www.nemw.org/GSI/BallastDischargeMonitoringGuidebook.pdf
Cangelosi A, Allinger L, Balcer M, Fanberg L, Hagedorn S, Markee T, Mays N, Polkinghorne C, Prihoda K, Reavie E, Regan D, Reid D, Ruzycki E, Saillard H, Schwerdt T, Schaefer H & TenEyck M. (2011). Final Report of the Land-Based Freshwater Testing of the Lye (NaOH) Ballast Water Treatment System. Great Ships Initiative, Northeast-Midwest Institute, Washington, D.C., USA. http://www.nemw.org/GSI/GSI-LB-F-A-3.pdf
Cangelosi A, Allinger L, Balcer M, Fanberg L, Hagedorn S, Markee T, Mays N, Polkinghorne C, Prihoda K, Reavie E, Regan D, Reid D, Ruzycki E, Saillard H, Schwerdt T, Schaefer H & TenEyck M. (2011). Final Report of the Land-Based Freshwater Testing of the AlfaWall AB PureBallast® Ballast Water Management System. Great Ships Initiative, Northeast-Midwest Institute, Washington, D.C., USA. http://www.nemw.org/GSI/GSI-LB-F-A-3.pdf
Reavie ED, Cangelosi AA & Allinger LE. (2010). Assessing Ballast Water Treatments: Evaluation of Viability Methods for Ambient Microplankton Assemblages. Journal of Great Lakes Research; 36: 540-547.
Bain MB, Cornwell ER, Hope KM, Eckerlin GE, Casey RN, Groocock GH, Getchell RG, Bowser PR, Winton JR, Batts WN, Cangelosi A & Casey JW (2010). Distribution of an Invasive Aquatic Pathogen (Viral Hemorrhagic Septicemia Virus) in the Great Lakes and Its Relationship to Shipping. PLoS ONE, 5(4): e10156.
Cangelosi A, Allinger L, Balcer M, Mays N, Markee T, Polkinghorne C, Prihoda K, Reavie E, Reid D, Saillard H, Schwerdt T, Schaefer H & TenEyck M (2010). Report of the Land-Based Freshwater Testing by the Great Ships Initiative of the Siemens SiCURETM Ballast Water Management System for Type Approval According to Regulation D-2 and the Relevant IMO Guidelines. Great Ships Initiative. http://www.nemw.org/GSI/GSI-LB-F-A-1.pdf
Braden JB, Taylor LO, Won D, Mays NL, Cangelosi A & Patunru AA (2008). Economic Benefits of Remediating the Sheboygan River, WI Area of Concern. Journal of Great Lakes Research, 34(4):649-660.
Braden JB, Taylor LO, Won D, Mays NL, Cangelosi A & Patunru AA (2008). Economic Benefits of Remediating the Buffalo River, NY Area of Concern. Journal of Great Lakes Research, 34(4): 631-648.
Beck K, Zimmerman G, Zimmerman K, Schardt JD, Stone J, Lukens RR, Reichard S, Randall S, Cangelosi AA, Cooper D & Thompson JP (2008). Invasive Species Defined in a Policy Context: Recommendations for the Federal Invasive Species Advisory Committee. Invasive Plant Science and Management, 1(4): 414-421.
Cangelosi AA, Mays NL, Balcer MD, Reavie ED, Reid DM, Sturtevant R & Gao X (2007). The Response of Zooplankton and Phytoplankton from the North American Great Lakes to Filtration. Harmful Algae, 6 (2007) iv: 547-566.
Cangelosi A & Mays N. (2006). Great Ships for the Great Lakes? Commercial Vessels Free Of Invasive Species in the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway System. A Scoping Report for the Great Ships Initiative. Northeast-Midwest Institute, Washington, D.C., USA. http://www.nemw.org/GSI/scopingreport.pdf
Cangelosi A & Mays N (2005). Summary and Findings of the Ballast Discharge Monitoring Device Workshop, Marrowstone Island Marine Field Station, Olympic Peninsula, Washington, August 12-16, 2002. Northeast-Midwest Institute, Washington DC. http://www.nemw.org/GSI/marrowstonereport.pdf
Vigmostad K, Mays N, Hance A & Cangelosi A (2005). Large-Scale Ecosystem Restoration: Lessons for Existing and Emerging Initiatives. Northeast-Midwest Institute, Washington DC.
Cangelosi A (2004). Testimony to House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure, Subcommittees on Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation and Water Resources and Environment, U.S. House of Representatives, March 25, 2004.
Cangelosi A (2004). Invasive Species: Global Treaty Not Enough. Northeast-Midwest Economic Review, Spring 2004.
Cangelosi A (2003). Blocking Invasive Aquatic Species. Issues in Science and Technology, The National Academies, The University of Texas at Dallas, Winter 2002-03.
Cangelosi A & Mays NL (2003). Summary of the NEMW Ballast Discharge Monitoring Device Workshop. GEF/UNDP/IMO Global Ballast Water Management Programme (GloBallast) 1st International Conference on Guidelines and Standards for Ballast Water Sampling. Ballast Water, Rio de Janerio, Brazil, April 7-11, 2003.
Cangelosi A, Mays NL, Reid DM & Knight IT (2003). Sampling Approaches and Recommendations of the Great Lakes Ballast Technology Demonstration Project. GEF/UNDP/IMO Global Ballast Water Management Programme (GloBallast) 1st International Conference on Guidelines and Standards for Ballast Water Sampling. Ballast Water, Rio de Janerio, Brazil, April 7-11, 2003.
Cangelosi A (2002). Testimony to Committee on Transportation & Infrastructure, Subcommittees on Water Resources and Coast Guard on the Implementation of Ship-related Provisions of the National Invasive Species Act, May 15, 2002.
Cangelosi A (2002). Filtration as a Ballast Water Treatment Measure. In: Aquatic Invasive Species of Europe - Distribution, Impacts and Management. Erkki Leppäkoski, Stephan Gollasch and Sergej Olenin (eds). Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, Boston, London. ISBN 1-4020-0837-6.
Cangelosi A (2002). Testimony on Research Needs to Support Federal Ballast Management to Science Committee, Subcommittee on Environment, Technology and Standards of the U.S. House of Representatives, June 20, 2002.
Cangelosi A, Weiher R, Taverna J & Cicero P (2001). Revealing the Economic Value of Protecting the Great Lakes. Northeast-Midwest Institute, Washington, D.C., and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Silver Spring, MD
Cangelosi A, Knight IT, Balcer M, Wright D, Dawson R, Blatchley ER III, Reid DM, Mays NL & Taverna J (2001). Great Lakes Ballast Technology Demonstration Project Biological Effectiveness Test Program (includes MV Regal Princess Trials). Proceedings of the Global Ballast Water Management Program (GloBallast) Symposium and Workshop, London, UK March 26-30, 2001.
Sturtevant R & Cangelosi A (2000). The Great Lakes at the Millennium. Northeast-Midwest Institute, Washington DC.
Cangelosi A (1997). The Algonorth Experiment. Seaway Review, 25 (3): January-March 1997.
Parsons M, Harkins R, Mackey T, Munro D & Cangelosi A (1997). Design of the Great Lakes Ballast Technology Demonstration Project. Transactions SNAME, 105: 323-348.

Group(s): GLODIR
Created: 1999-07-12 Last Updated: 2013-07-23 by Allegra CANGELOSI