Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences

Ocean Life, Planet Health

Publications

Fields -  Publications

  1. Yen, J. and D.M. Fields.  1992.  Escape responses of Acartia hudsonica (Copepoda) nauplii from the flow field of Temora longicornis (Copepoda).  Erg. der Limnol.: 36:123-134.
  2. Fields, D.M. and J. Yen. 1993.  Outer limits and inner structure: the 3 - dimensional flow field of Pleuromamma xiphias (Copepoda).  Bull. Mar. Sci. 53: 84-95.
  3. Jonasdottir, S. H., D.M. Fields, and S. Pantoja.  1995.  Copepod egg production in Long Island Sound as a function of the chemical composition of seston.  Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 119: 87-98.
  4. Fields, D.M. and J. Yen.  1996.  The escape behavior of Pleuromamma xiphias from a quantifiable fluid mechanical disturbance. In Lenz, P.H. D.K. Hartline, J.E. Purcell, and D.L. Macmillan. (eds.),Zooplankton: Sensory Ecology and Physiology. Vol. 1,  pp. 323-340.  Gordan and Breach Publ., Amsterdam.
  5. Fields, D.M.  1996. The Interaction of Calanoid Copepods with a Moving Fluid Environment: Implications for the Role of Feeding Current Morphology in Predator - Prey Interactions. Ph.D. State University of New York.  p. 353.
  6. Fields, D.M. and J. Yen.  1997.  Implication of copepod feeding currents on the spatial orientation of their prey.  J. Plankton Res. 19: 79-85.
  7. Fields, D.M. and J. Yen.  1997.  The escape behavior of marine copepods in response to a quantifiable fluid mechanical disturbance.  J. Plankton Res.19: 1289-1304.
  8. Fields, D.M., J.R. Strickler, S. Wroczynski and D. Vande Slute. 1998. The creation of laboratory generated turbulence. Technical Report #48 to the WATER Institute.
  9. Fields, D.M.  1998.  The implications of biologically and physically created fluid motion on the sensory horizon of copepods. Oceanography. 11(2): 26.
  10. Moore, P.A., D.M. Fields, and J. Yen. 1999.  The physical constraints of chemoreception in foraging copepods. Limnol. Oceanogr. 44(1): 166-177.
  11. Gries, T. K Johnk, D.M. Fields and J.R. Strickler. 1999.  Size and structure of 'footprints' produced by Daphnia: impact of animal size and density gradients. J. Plankton Res. 21:509-523.
  12. Fields, D.M. 2000.Characteristics of the high frequency escape reactions of Oithona sp. Marine and Freshwater Behaviour and Physiology 34: 21-35.
  13. Preston, BL, Snell, TW, Fields, DM, Weissburg, MJ. 2001.  The effects of fluid motion on toxicant sensitivity of the rotifer Brachionus calyciflorus.  Aquatic Toxicology 52(2), 117-131.
  14. Doall, MH, JR Strickler, DM Fields, J Yen. 2002. Mapping the attack volume of a free-swimming planktonic copepod, Euchaeta rimana. Marine Biology. 140: 871-879.
  15. Fields, D.M., D. S. Shaeffer, M.J. Weissburg. 2002. Mechanical and neural responses from the mechanosensory hairs on the antennule of Gaussia princeps. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 227:173-186.
  16. Fields, D.M and J. Yen, 2002. Fluid mechanosensory stimulation of behavior from a planktonic marine copepod Euchaeta rimana Bradford. J. Plankton. Res. 24(8): 747-755.
  17. Lapensa, S. T.W. Snell, D.M. Fields, M. Serra. 2002 Predatory interactions between a cyclopoid copepod and rotifer sibling species. Freshwater Biology 47: 1685-1695
  18. Thompson, C, D.M. Fields, Zhang, Z-R, N McCarty. 2004. Inhibition of ClC-2 by a peptide component of scorpion venom J. Gen. Physiol. 122: 29A
  19. Lapensa, S. T.W. Snell, D.M. Fields, M. Serra. 2004 Selective feeding of Artodiaptomus salinus (Copepoda, Calanoida) on co-occurring sibling rotifer species. Freshwater Biology 49: 1053-1061
  20. Fields, D.M. and M.J. Weissburg. 2004 Rapid depolarization rates from the antennules of copepods. J.Comp. Phys A 190(11): 877-882
  21. Thompson CH, Fields DM, Olivetti PR, Fuller MD, Zhang ZR, Kubanek J, McCarty NA. 2005. Inhibition of ClC-2 by a peptide component of scorpion venom J. Membrane Biol. 208: 65-76.
  22. Fields, D.M. and M.J. Weissburg. 2005. Evolutionary and ecological significance of mechanosensory morphology:  Copepods as a model system.  Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 287: 269-274
  23. Fields, D.M. Weissburg,  M.J. and Browman, HI. 2007. Chemoreception in the salmon louse (Lepeophtheirus salmonis): an electophysiological approach.  Dis. Aquat. Org. 78:161-168.
  24. Fields, D.M. 2009. Orientation affects the sensitivity of Acartia tonsa to fluid mechanical signals.  Mar. Biol. 157:505–514 DOI 10.1007/s00227-009-1336-5
  25. Abrahamsen MB,  Browman HI, Fields DM, ·Skiftesvik AB. 2010. The three-dimensional prey field of  the northern krill, Meganyctiphanes norvegica, and the escape responses of their copepod prey. Mar. Biol. DOI 10.1007/s00227-010-1405-9.