David Hutchins

Currently at University of Southern California

Publications from work done at Stony Brook:

Hutchins, D.A., W.-X. Wang, and N.S. Fisher.  1995.  Copepod grazing and the biogeochemical fate of diatom iron.  Limnology and Oceanography 40: 989-994.

Hutchins, D.A., I. Stupakoff, and N.S. Fisher.  1996.  Temperature effects on accumulation and retention of radionuclides in the sea star, Asterias forbesi: implications for contaminated northern waters.  Marine Biology 125: 701-706.

Hutchins, D.A., J.-L. Teyssié, F. Boisson, S.W. Fowler, and N.S. Fisher.  1996.  Temperature effects on uptake and retention of contaminant radionuclides and trace metals by the brittle starOphiothrix fragilis.  Marine Environmental Research 41: 363-378.

Gobler, C.J., D.A. Hutchins, N.S. Fisher, E.M. Cosper, and S. Sañudo-Wilhelmy.  1997.  Release and bioavailability of C, N, P, Se, and Fe following viral lysis of a marine chrysophyte.  Limnology and Oceanography 42: 1492-1504.

Boisson, F., D.A. Hutchins, S.W. Fowler, N.S. Fisher, and J.-L. Teyssié.  1997.  Influence of temperature on the accumulation and retention of eleven radionuclides by the marine alga Fucus vesiculosus (L.).  Marine Pollution Bulletin 35: 313-321.

Hutchins, D.A., I. Stupakoff, S. Hook, S.N. Luoma, and N.S. Fisher.  1998.  Effects of Arctic temperatures on distribution and retention of the nuclear waste radionuclides 241Am, 57Co, and137Cs in the bioindicator bivalve Macoma balthica.  Marine Environmental Research 45: 17-28.

Hutchins, D.A., W.-X. Wang, M.A. Schmidt, and N.S. Fisher.  1999.  Dual-labeling techniques for trace metal biogeochemical investigations in aquatic plankton communities.  Aquatic Microbial Ecology 19: 129-138.