Lisa Campbell received a B.A. in Biology from the University of California at Santa Cruz and M.S. and Ph.D. (1985) degrees in Biological Oceanography from the State University of New York-Stony Brook. She held postdoctoral positions at the Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences and the Oceanic Institute in Hawaii, and was a Research Scientist at the University of Hawaii, Department of Oceanography until 1996. She joined the Department of Oceanography at Texas A&M in 1996 and received tenure in 2000. In 2002, she joined the Department of Biology as a Joint Appointment. She is a member of the Faculty of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and is Director of the Department of Oceanography's Flow Cytometry Facility.
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Renshaw, M. et al. (2006) Microsatellite DNA markers for population genetic studies in the dinoflagellate Karenia brevis. Molecular Ecology Notes.(submitted).
Campbell, L., E.J. Carpenter, J.P. Montoya, A.B. Kustka, D.G. Capone. 2006. Picoplankton community structure within and outside a Trichodesmium bloom in the southwestern Pacific Ocean . Vie et Milieu. 55 (3/4): 185-195. [pdf] this is an eletronic version of an article published in Vie et Milieu
Neely, T., L. Campbell. 2006. A modified assay to determine hemolytic toxin variability among Karenia clones isolated from the Gulf of Mexico . Harmful Algae Press). [pdf]
Campbell, L. 2005. Women in Oceanography. Oceanography 18 (1): 84.
See, J., Campbell, L., Richardson, T.L., Pinckney, J.L., Shen,R. Guinasso, N.L., Jr. (2005) Combining new technologies for determination of phytoplankton community structure in the northern Gulf of Mexico. Journal of Phycology 41: 305-310
Campbell, L., Ivy, J.M., Loret, P., Villareal, T.A., Soltysiak, K.A., Gold, J.R. (2004) Linking Population and Physiological Diversity in Karenia brevis from the Texas Coast. In: Harmful Algae 2002. Proceedings of the Xth International Conference on Harmful Algae, Steidinger, K.A. et al. (eds). Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and Intergovernmental Oceaographic Commission of UNESCO.
Campbell, L. 2002. Prochlorococcus. In: Encyclopedia of Environmental Microbiology. pp. 2576- 2593. G. Bitton (ed), Wiley.
Campbell, L. 2001. Flow Cytometric Analysis of Autotrophic Picoplankton. In: Methods in Microbiology: Marine Microbial Ecology 30: 317-343. J. H. Paul (ed.) Academic Press.
Simon, N., L. Campbell, E. Örnolfsdottir, R. Groben, L. Guillou, D. Vaulot, M. Lange, and L. Medlin. 2000. Oligonucleotide probes for the identification three algal groups by dot blot and fluorescent whole-cell hybridization. J. Eukaryotic Microbiology 47 (1): 76-84.
Campbell, L., Liu, H. Nolla, H.A. and Vaulot D. (1997). Annual variability of phytoplankton and bacteria in the subtropical North Pacific Ocean at Station ALOHA during the 1991-1994 ENSO event. Deep-Sea Research 44(2): 167-192.
Campbell, L., H.A. Nolla, and D. Vaulot. 1994. The importance of Prochlorococcus to community structure in the central North Pacific Ocean. Limnology & Oceanography 39(4): 955-961.