Harmful Algae

Papers
(The TQCC of Harmful Algae is 12. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
ArticleCitations
Marine harmful algal blooms (HABs) in the United States: History, current status and future trends186
Harmful algal blooms and their effects in coastal seas of Northern Europe136
Harmful algal blooms and associated fisheries damage in East Asia: Current status and trends in China, Japan, Korea and Russia110
Mitigating the global expansion of harmful cyanobacterial blooms: Moving targets in a human- and climatically-altered world96
Toxic marine microalgae and noxious blooms in the Mediterranean Sea: A contribution to the Global HAB Status Report85
Coastal eutrophication in China: Trend, sources, and ecological effects82
Global harmful algal bloom status reporting78
Cyanobacterial blooms in China: diversity, distribution, and cyanotoxins73
Ciguatera poisonings: A global review of occurrences and trends71
Marine harmful algal blooms and human health: A systematic scoping review68
Harmful macroalgal blooms (HMBs) in China's coastal water: Green and golden tides54
Diversity and regional distribution of harmful algal events along the Atlantic margin of Europe53
A review of the socioecological causes and consequences of cyanobacterial blooms in Lake Victoria51
Toxic effects, mechanisms, and ecological impacts of harmful algal blooms in China48
Emerging harmful algal bloom species over the last four decades in China46
Three decades of data on phytoplankton and phycotoxins on the French coast: Lessons from REPHY and REPHYTOX44
Three decades of Canadian marine harmful algal events: Phytoplankton and phycotoxins of concern to human and ecosystem health44
Harmful algal blooms and coastal communities: Socioeconomic impacts and actions taken to cope with the 2015 U.S. West Coast domoic acid event41
Unraveling the Karenia selliformis complex with the description of a non-gymnodimine producing Patagonian phylotype37
Over 30 years of HABs in the Philippines and Malaysia: What have we learned?37
Nitrogen form, concentration, and micronutrient availability affect microcystin production in cyanobacterial blooms37
Advances in forecasting harmful algal blooms using machine learning models: A case study with Planktothrix rubescens in Lake Geneva36
Research on the biology and ecology of the harmful algal bloom species Phaeocystis globosa in China: Progresses in the last 20 years35
To what extent can Ulva and Sargassum be detected and separated in satellite imagery?35
Characterization of the development stages and roles of nutrients and other environmental factors in green tides in the Southern Yellow Sea, China33
A deep learning method for cyanobacterial harmful algae blooms prediction in Taihu Lake, China33
CyanoTRACKER: A cloud-based integrated multi-platform architecture for global observation of cyanobacterial harmful algal blooms32
Occurrence of Pseudo-nitzschia species and associated domoic acid production along the Guangdong coast, South China Sea30
Environmental controls of harmful cyanobacterial blooms in Chinese inland waters30
A critical review on operation and performance of source water control strategies for cyanobacterial blooms: Part II-mechanical and biological control methods29
Gambierdiscus and Fukuyoa as potential indicators of ciguatera risk in the Balearic Islands28
An approach for evaluating the economic impacts of harmful algal blooms: The effects of blooms of toxic Dinophysis spp. on the productivity of Scottish shellfish farms28
Abundance of the benthic dinoflagellate Prorocentrum and the diversity, distribution, and diarrhetic shellfish toxin production of Prorocentrum lima complex and P. caipirignum in Japan28
Is a delay a disaster? economic impacts of the delay of the california dungeness crab fishery due to a harmful algal bloom27
Overview of Australian and New Zealand harmful algal species occurrences and their societal impacts in the period 1985 to 2018, including a compilation of historic records27
Effects of harmful algal blooms and associated water-quality on endangered Lost River and shortnose suckers27
The Latin America and Caribbean HAB status report based on OBIS and HAEDAT maps and databases27
Toxic dinoflagellate blooms of Gymnodinium catenatum and their cysts in Taiwan Strait and their relationship to global populations27
Seasonal dynamics of terrestrially sourced nitrogen influenced Karenia brevis blooms off Florida's southern Gulf Coast26
Sensitivity to hydrogen peroxide of the bloom-forming cyanobacterium Microcystis PCC 7806 depends on nutrient availability26
The role of 44-methylgambierone in ciguatera fish poisoning: Acute toxicity, production by marine microalgae and its potential as a biomarker for Gambierdiscus spp.26
Development of a high-resolution molecular marker for tracking Phaeocystis globosa genetic diversity through comparative analysis of chloroplast genomes26
Progress on the investigation and monitoring of marine phycotoxins in China25
Nutrients and not temperature are the key drivers for cyanobacterial biomass in the Americas25
A massive bloom of Karenia species (Dinophyceae) off the Kamchatka coast, Russia, in the fall of 202025
Comparing microscopy and DNA metabarcoding techniques for identifying cyanobacteria assemblages across hundreds of lakes25
Omics study of harmful algal blooms in China: Current status, challenges, and future perspectives24
Harmful algal blooms of the Benguela eastern boundary upwelling system24
Exploration of resting cysts (stages) and their relevance for possibly HABs-causing species in China24
An overview of Prorocentrum donghaiense blooms in China: Species identification, occurrences, ecological consequences, and factors regulating prevalence24
A three-dimensional mixotrophic model of Karlodinium veneficum blooms for a eutrophic estuary23
A critical review on operation and performance of source water control strategies for cyanobacterial blooms: Part I-chemical control methods23
Development of an absolute quantification method for ribosomal RNA gene copy numbers per eukaryotic single cell by digital PCR22
Comparing key drivers of cyanobacteria biomass in temperate and tropical systems22
Genotype and host microbiome alter competitive interactions between Microcystis aeruginosa and Chlorella sorokiniana22
Morphological variation and phylogeny of Karenia selliformis (Gymnodiniales, Dinophyceae) in an intensive cold-water algal bloom in eastern Hokkaido, Japan22
An eco-environmental assessment of harmful algal bloom mitigation using modified clay22
Eutrophication and climatic changes lead to unprecedented cyanobacterial blooms in a Canadian sub-Arctic landscape22
Exceptional landscape-wide cyanobacteria bloom in Okavango Delta, Botswana in 2020 coincided with a mass elephant die-off event22
Phytoplankton community and HAB species in the South China Sea detected by morphological and metabarcoding approaches22
The effects of prolonged exposure to hypoxia and Florida red tide (Karenia brevis) on the survival and activity of stone crabs21
Cyclic imine toxins survey in coastal european shellfish samples: Bioaccumulation and mode of action of 28-O-palmitoyl ester of pinnatoxin-G. first report of portimine-A bioaccumulation.21
Morphological and phylogenetic data do not support the split of Alexandrium into four genera21
Growth response of Dinophysis, Mesodinium, and Teleaulax cultures to temperature, irradiance, and salinity21
Survey of survival rate and histological alterations of gills and hepatopancreas of the Litopenaeus vannamei juveniles caused by exposure of Margalefidinium / Cochlodinium polykrikoides isolated from 21
Domoic acid and saxitoxin in seabirds in the United States between 2007 and 201820
Improving in vitro ciguatoxin and brevetoxin detection: selecting neuroblastoma (Neuro-2a) cells with lower sensitivity to ouabain and veratridine (OV-LS)20
Monitoring, modeling and projection of harmful algal blooms in China20
Diversity and distribution of harmful microalgae in the Gulf of Thailand assessed by DNA metabarcoding20
Mixotrophy in the bloom-forming genus Phaeocystis and other haptophytes20
Tracking Alexandrium catenella from seed-bed to bloom on the southern coast of Korea19
Dynamics of microcystins and saxitoxin in the Indian River Lagoon, Florida19
Molecular characterization of harmful algal blooms in the Bohai Sea using metabarcoding analysis19
Potential applications of CRISPR/Cas for next-generation biomonitoring of harmful algae blooms: A review19
Allelochemicals of Alexandrium minutum: Kinetics of membrane disruption and photosynthesis inhibition in a co-occurring diatom19
Exposure to domoic acid is an ecological driver of cardiac disease in southern sea otters✰19
Harmonizing science and management options to reduce risks of cyanobacteria19
Intermittent disturbance benefits colony size, biomass and dominance of Microcystis in Lake Taihu under field simulation condition19
Niche differentiation of Dinophysis acuta and D. acuminata in a stratified fjord18
Spatial and biological oceanographic insights into the massive fish-killing bloom of the haptophyte Chrysochromulina leadbeateri in northern Norway18
Can cyanotoxins penetrate human skin during water recreation to cause negative health effects?18
Spatiotemporal distribution of phycotoxins and their co-occurrence within nearshore waters18
Recommendations for epitypification of dinophytes exemplified by Lingulodinium polyedra and molecular phylogenetics of the Gonyaulacales based on curated rRNA sequence data18
The harmful raphidophyte Chattonella (Raphidophyceae) in Western Pacific: Its red tides and associated fisheries damage over the past 50 years (1969–2019)17
Harmful algal blooms of Heterosigma akashiwo and environmental features regulate Mesodinium cf. rubrum abundance in eutrophic conditions17
Predicting cyanobacterial biovolumes from phycocyanin fluorescence using a handheld fluorometer in the field17
Genetic detection of freshwater harmful algal blooms: A review focused on the use of environmental DNA (eDNA) in Microcystis aeruginosa and Prymnesium parvum17
The Lake Erie HABs Grab: A binational collaboration to characterize the western basin cyanobacterial harmful algal blooms at an unprecedented high-resolution spatial scale17
The vulnerability of shellfish farmers to HAB events: An optimal matching analysis of closure decrees17
Random forest classification to determine environmental drivers and forecast paralytic shellfish toxins in Southeast Alaska with high temporal resolution17
Toxic effects of the dinoflagellate Karenia mikimotoi on zebrafish (Danio rerio) larval behavior16
Impacts of harmful algal blooms on marine aquaculture in a low-carbon future16
Centrodinium punctatum (Dinophyceae) produces significant levels of saxitoxin and related analogs16
Nutrient deficiency stimulates the production of superoxide in the noxious red-tide-forming raphidophyte Chattonella antiqua16
Cyanobacterial bloom monitoring and assessment in Latin America16
Transcriptome responses of the dinoflagellate Karenia mikimotoi driven by nitrogen deficiency16
Relationships between blooms of Karenia brevis and hypoxia across the West Florida Shelf16
Bioluminescence and toxicity as driving factors in harmful algal blooms: Ecological functions and genetic variability16
The synergistic effect of rising temperature and declining light boosts the dominance of bloom-forming cyanobacteria in spring15
Hiding in plain sight: Shellfish-killing phytoplankton in Washington State15
Phylogeographic, toxicological and ecological evidence for the global distribution of Raphidiopsis raciborskii and its northernmost presence in Lake Nero, Central Western Russia15
Benthic cyanobacteria: A utility-centred field study15
Recent developments in quantitative PCR for monitoring harmful marine microalgae15
Stability issues of microcystins, anabaenopeptins, anatoxins, and cylindrospermopsin during short-term and long-term storage of surface water and drinking water samples14
Responses of the marine carbonate system to a green tide: A case study of an Ulva prolifera bloom in Qingdao coastal waters14
Cyanotoxin cylindrospermopsin producers and the catalytic decomposition process: A review.14
Harmful algae and climate change on the Canadian East Coast: Exploring occurrence predictions of Dinophysis acuminata, D. norvegica, and Pseudo-nitzschia seriata14
Marked shifts of harmful algal blooms in the Bohai Sea linked with combined impacts of environmental changes14
Paralytic shellfish toxins and associated toxin profiles in bivalve mollusc shellfish from Argentina14
Fluvial seeding of cyanobacterial blooms in oligotrophic Lake Superior14
Complete genomes derived by directly sequencing freshwater bloom populations emphasize the significance of the genus level ADA clade within the Nostocales14
Toxin production of dinoflagellate Gymnodinium catenatum isolated from the East China Sea14
Development of fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) probes to detect and enumerate Gambierdiscus species14
Taxonomy and toxicity of a bloom-forming Ostreopsis species (Dinophyceae, Gonyaulacales) in Tahiti island (South Pacific Ocean): one step further towards resolving the identity of O. siamensis.14
High genetic diversity of the harmful algal bloom species Phaeocystis globosa revealed using the molecular marker COX114
Biodiversity, phylogeny and toxin production profile of cyanobacterial strains isolated from lake Latyan in Iran14
Using a lake sediment record to infer the long-term history of cyanobacteria and the recent rise of an anatoxin producing Dolichospermum sp.14
A validation of satellite derived cyanobacteria detections with state reported events and recreation advisories across U.S. lakes14
The dinoflagellate Alexandrium catenella producing only carbamate toxins may account for the seafood poisonings in Qinhuangdao, China13
Changes in pH and dissolved inorganic carbon in water affect the growth, saxitoxins production and toxicity of the cyanobacterium Raphidiopsis raciborskii ITEP-A113
Morpho-molecular description of a new HAB species, Pseudocochlodinium profundisulcus gen. et sp. nov., and its LSU rRNA gene based genetic diversity and geographical distribution13
Bacteria associated with Ulva prolifera: a vital role in green tide formation and migration13
Prediction of Microcystis Occurrences and Analysis Using Machine Learning in High-Dimension, Low-Sample-Size and Imbalanced Water Quality Data13
Oyster hatchery breakthrough of two HABs and potential effects on larval eastern oysters (Crassostrea virginica)12
Noctiluca blooms in the East China Sea bounded by ocean fronts12
Effects of ocean acidification on the growth, photosynthetic performance, and domoic acid production of the diatom Pseudo-nitzschia australis from the California Current System12
Dependence of genome size and copy number of rRNA gene on cell volume in dinoflagellates12
Effect of marine heatwaves on bloom formation of the harmful dinoflagellate Cochlodinium polykrikoides: Two sides of the same coin?12
The coupling between irradiance, growth, photosynthesis and prymnesin cell quota and production in two strains of the bloom-forming haptophyte, Prymnesium parvum12
Sublethal and antioxidant effects of six ichthyotoxic algae on early-life stages of the Japanese pearl oyster12
An assessment on the intrapopulational and intraindividual genetic diversity in LSU rDNA in the harmful algal blooms-forming dinoflagellate Margalefidinium (= Cochlodinium) fulvescens based on clonal 12
Transcriptomic and isotopic data reveal central role of ammonium in facilitating the growth of the mixotrophic dinoflagellate, Dinophysis acuminata12
Precision early detection of invasive and toxic cyanobacteria: A case study of Raphidiopsis raciborskii12
The Influence of the Toxin Producing Dinoflagellate, Alexandrium catenella (1119/27), on the Feeding and Survival of the Marine Copepod, Acartia tonsa12
Diversity of the holopelagic Sargassum microbiome from the Great Atlantic Sargassum Belt to coastal stranding locations12
Alexandrium catenella cyst accumulation by passive and active dispersal agents: Implications for the potential spreading risk in Chilean Patagonian fjords12
Diverse harmful microalgal community assemblages in the Johor Strait and the environmental effects on its community dynamics12
Interspecific competition reveals Raphidiopsis raciborskii as a more successful invader than Microcystis aeruginosa12
Biological stoichiometry and growth dynamics of a diazotrophic cyanobacteria in nitrogen sufficient and deficient conditions12
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