Dr. Thomas Edward Smith

Dr. Thomas Edward Smith

Associate Professor
Ave Maria University, USA

Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Algal Ecology from Ave Maria University, USA

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Area of Interest:

Environmental Sciences
Algal Ecology

Selected Publications

  1. Smith, T., A. Rollins and S.L. Stephenson, 2018. A Preliminary Report on the Aerophytic Cyanoprokaryota and Algae from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, USA. Global J. Bot. Sci., 6: 60-67.
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  2. Smith, T. and S.L. Stephenson, 2018. A preliminary report on the aerophytic algae from Christmas island, Indian ocean. Int. J. Algae, 20: 33-38.
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  3. Smith, T. and S.L. Stephenson, 2018. A preliminary report on aerophytic cyanoprokaryota and chlorophyta from rocky mountain national park and Fraser experimental forest, Colorado, USA. Global J. Bot. Sci., 6: 42-45.
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  4. Smith, T. and J. Smith, 2018. Sustainable bioethanol production from a marine alga, Enteromorpha flexuosa (Wulfen) J. Agardh (Chlorophyta). Int. J. Algae, 20: 175-180.
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  5. Smith, T.E., 2015. Revised list of algae from Sudan and new additions. Int. J. Algae, 17: 159-192.
  6. Smith, T., 2015. Fundamentals of a Botany Lab Manual. 1st Edn., Kendall Hunt Publishing, USA, ISBN: 978-1465266200, pages: 87.
  7. Smith, T. and C. Smith, 2015. Taxonomic Catalogue of Algae from Ghana (Africa) and New Additions. Algae Press, USA, ISBN: 9780996967402, pages: 102.
  8. Annang, T.Y., R.D. Yirenya-Tawiah, G.C. Clerk and T. Smith, 2014. Some aspects of the ecology of freshwater algae in the Densu River and two tributaries in Southern Ghana. Int. J. Environ., 3: 246-257.
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  9. Smith, T.E., K.M. Manoylov and A. Packard, 2013. Algal extremophile community persistence from hot springs National Park (Arkansas, U.S.A.). Int. J. Algae, 15: 65-76.
  10. Smith, T. and R.J. Stevenson, 2011. Response of algae to phosphorus in the Florida Everglades, USA. Int. J. Algae, 13: 250-267..
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  11. Smith, T. and R.J. Stevenson, 2011. Cyanophyta (Cyanobacteria, Cyanoprokaryota) algae used as an environmental inference in the Florida everglades, USA. Int. J. Algae, 13: 164-177..
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  12. Smith, T., 2010. Revised list of algae from arkansas, USA and new additions. Int. J. Algae, 12: 230-256..
  13. Smith, T., 2010. Algal taxonomy from the Everglades, Florida, USA. Int. J. Algae, 12: 357-404..
  14. Smith, T. and S. Stephenson, 2010. A preliminary report on the terrestrial algae of La Malinche National Park and Cofre de Perote National Park, Mexico. Int. J. Algae, 12: 57-63..
  15. Smith, T., 2009. Spatial and temporal response of scytonemin and photosynthetic pigments in calcareous algal mats from southern Florida, USA. Int. J. Algae, 11: 199-210..
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  16. Smith, T., 2009. Hikers impact on the North fork of the Virgin river, Zion National Park, Utah. Am. Midland Natr., 161: 392-400.
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  17. Smith, T. and S. Stephenson, 2009. A preliminary report on the aerophytic algae of the subantarctic auckland islands (New Zealand). Int. J. Algae, 11: 325-336.
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  18. Smith, T., 2008. Algae in agricultural fields from St. Francis County, Arkansas. Arkansas Acad. Sci., 62: 97-102.
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  19. Smith, T. and S.L. Stephenson, 2007. Algae associated with myxomycetes and leafy liverworts on decaying spruce logs. Castanea, 72: 50-57.
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  20. Smith, T. and R. Olson, 2007. A taxonomic survey of lamp flora (algae and cyanobacteria) in electrically lit passages within mammoth cave National Park, Kentucky. Int. J. Speleol., 36: 105-114.
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  21. Smith, T. and K. Manoyva, 2007. Deformed diatoms from an acid mine drainage site at Friendship Hills National Historical Site, PA. J. Freshwater Ecol., 22: 521-527..
  22. Naraine, R., T. Smith, L. Hallback, S. Jagevall and K. Pedersen et al., 2007. Microbial diversity in the iron-oxidizing biofilms of Soda Springs in Grenada. WINDREF Annual Report..
  23. Smith, T. and T. Piccin, 2004. Algal taxonomic survey of Zion National Park, cedar breaks National Monument, Utah and pipe spring national monument, arizona. Southwestern Natr., 49: 395-406.
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  24. Smith, T., 2003. Use of epoxy for sealing algal mounts in a water medium. Castanea, 68: 343-344..
  25. Smith, T., R.J. Stevenson, N. Caraco and J. Cole, 1998. Changes in the phytoplankton community structure during the zebra mussel (Dreossema polymorpha) invasion of the Hudson River (New York). J. Plankton. Res., 20: 1567-1579.
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