John Reinfelder

John Reinfelder

Ph.D. 1993
The fate of elements ingested by marine planktivores.

Currently at Rutgers University


Publications from work done at Stony Brook:

Fisher, N.S., and J.R. Reinfelder.  1990.  Selenium assimilation in a marine copepod.  Rapp. Comm. Int. Mer. Medit. 32: 232.

Reinfelder, J.R., and N.S. Fisher. 1991.  The assimilation of elements ingested by marine copepods.  Science 251: 794-796.  (Winner of the 1993 ASLO Lindeman Award for best paper)

Fisher, N.S., and J.R. Reinfelder.  1991.  Assimilation of selenium in the marine copepod Acartia tonsa studied with a radiotracer ratio method.  Marine Ecology Progress Series 70: 157-164.

Luoma, S.N., C. Johns, N.S. Fisher, N.A. Steinberg, R.S. Oremland, and J.R. Reinfelder.  1992.  Determination of selenium bioavailability to a benthic bivalve from particulate and solute pathways.  Environmental Science and Technology 26: 485-491.

Reinfelder, J.R., N.S. Fisher, S.W. Fowler, and J.-L. Teyssié.  1993.  Release rates of trace elements and protein from decomposing planktonic debris.  2.  Copepod carcasses and sediment trap particulate matter.  Journal of Marine Research 51: 423-442.

Reinfelder, J.R., and N.S. Fisher.  1994.  The assimilation of elements ingested by marine planktonic bivalve larvae.  Limnology and Oceanography 39: 12-20.

Reinfelder, J.R., and N.S. Fisher.  1994.  Retention of elements absorbed by juvenile fish (Menidia menidia, M. beryllina) from zooplankton prey.  Limnology and Oceanography 39: 1783-1789.

Fisher, N.S., and J.R. Reinfelder.  1995.  The trophic transfer of metals in marine systems.  In: Metal Speciation and Bioavailability in Aquatic Systems, A. Tessier and D.R. Turner (Eds.), John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, 363-406.

Wang, W.-X., J.R. Reinfelder, B.-G. Lee, and N.S. Fisher.  1996.  Assimilation and regeneration of trace elements by marine copepods.  Limnology and Oceanography  41: 70-81.

Reinfelder, J.R., W.-X. Wang, S.N. Luoma, and N.S. Fisher.  1997.  Assimilation efficiencies and turnover rates of trace elements in marine bivalves: a comparison of oysters, clams, and mussels.  Marine Biology 129: 443-452.

Reinfelder, J.R., N.S. Fisher, S.N. Luoma, J.W. Nichols, and W.-X. Wang.  1998.  Trace element trophic transfer in aquatic organisms: a critique of the kinetic model approach.  Science of the Total Environment 219: 117-135.