Publications

  1. Shumway, S.E., J.E. Ward, E.E. Heupel, B.A. Holohan, J.E. Heupel, T.R. Heupel, and D.K. Padilla (2014). Observations of Feeding in the Common Atlantic Slippersnail Crepidula fornicata L., with Special Reference to the "Mucus Net".   Journal of Shellfish Research 33(1):279-291. (DOI: 10.2983/035.033.0127)
  2. Lopez, G., D. Carey, J.T. Carlton, R. Cerrato, H. Dam, R. DiGiovanni, C. Elphick, M. Frisk, C. Gobler, L. Hice, P. Howell, A. Jordaan, S. Lin, S. Liu, D. Lonsdale, M. McEnroe, K. McKown, G. McManus, R. Orson, B. Peterson, C. Pickerell, R. Rozsa, S.E. Shumway, A. Siuda, K. Streich, S. Talmage, G. Taylor, E. Thomas, M. Van Patten, J. Vaudrey, C. Yarish, G. Wikfors, R. Zajac (2014). Biology and Ecology of Long Island Sound. In: Long Island Sound (pp. 285-479). Springer New York.
  3. Bullard, S.G., C.V. Davis and S.E. Shumway. (2013). Seasonal patterns of ascidian settlement at an aquaculture facility in the Damariscotta River, Maine.  Journal of Shellfish Research. 32(2):255-264. (DOI:10.2983/035.032.0202)
  4. Rosa, M., B.A. Holohan, S.E. Shumway, S.G. Bullard, G.H. Wikfors, S. Morton, and T. Getchis. (2013) Biofouling ascidians on aquaculture gear as potential vectors of harmful algal introductions.  Harmful Algae 23:1–7 (DOI:10.1016/j.hal.2012.11.008)
  5. Rosa, M., J.E. Ward, S.E. Shumway, G.H. Wikfors, E. Pales-Espinosa, and B. Allam. (2013) Effects of particle surface properties on feeding selectivity in the eastern oyster Crassostrea virginica and the blue mussel Mytilus edulis.  Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 446:320-327. (DOI:10.1016/j.jembe.2013.05.011)
  6. Griffith A.W., S.E. Shumway, A.K. Volety. (2013) Bioaccumulation and depuration of brevetoxins in the eastern oyster (Crassostrea virginica) and the northern quahog (= hard clam, Mercenaria mercenaria).  Toxicon 66:75-81 (PDF)
  7. Marsden, I.D., S.E. Shumway, D.K. Padilla. (2012) Does size matter? The effects of body size and declining oxygen tension on oxygen uptake in gastropods.  Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 92(7):1603–1617. (PDF)
  8. Bouwman, A.F., M. Pawłowski, C. Liu, A.H.W. Beusen, S.E. Shumway, P.M. Glibert, and C.C. Overbeek. (2011) Global Hindcasts and Future Projections of Coastal Nitrogen and Phosphorus Loads Due to Shellfish and Seaweed Aquaculture.  Reviews in Fisheries Science 19(4):331–357. (PDF)
  9. Cranford, P.J., J.E. Ward and S.E. Shumway. (2011) Bivalve filter feeding: variability and limits of the aquaculture biofilter. In: S.E. Shumway (ed). Shellfish aquaculture and the environment. Oxford, UK: Wiley-Blackwell. pp. 81–124. (PDF)
  10. Padilla, D.K., M.J. McCann and S.E. Shumway. (2011) Marine invaders and bivalve aquaculture: sources, impacts, and consequences. In: S.E. Shumway (ed). Shellfish aquaculture and the environment. Oxford, UK: Wiley-Blackwell. pp. 395–424. (PDF)
  11. Harke, M.J., C.J. Gobler, and S.E. Shumway. (2011) Suspension feeding by the Atlantic slipper limpet (Crepidula fornicata) and the northern quahog (Mercenaria mercenaria) in the presence of cultured and wild populations of the harmful brown tide alga, Aureococcus anophagefferens.
  12.  Harmful Algae 10(5):503–511. (PDF)
  13. Burkholder. J.M. and S.E. Shumway. (2011) Bivalve shellfish aquaculture and eutrophication. In: S.E. Shumway (Ed.), Shellfish and the Environment, Wiley, New York (2011), pp. 155–215 (PDF)
  14. H. Hégaret, P. M. da Silva, G. H. Wikfors, H. Haberkorn, S. E. Shumway, and P. Soudant. (2011) In vitro interactions between several species of harmful algae and haemocytes of bivalve molluscs. Cell Biology and Toxicology 27(4):249-266. (PDF)
  15. Adams, C.M., S.E. Shumway, R.B. Whitlatch, and T. Getchis. (2011) Biofouling in Marine Molluscan Shellfish Aquaculture: A Survey Assessing the Business and Economic Implications of Mitigation.  Journal of the World Aquaculture Society 42(2):242-252. (PDF)
  16. Hégaret, H., R.M. Smolowitz, I. Sunila, S.E. Shumway, J. Alix, M. Dixon and G.H Wikfors. (2010) Combined effects of a parasite, QPX, and the harmful-alga, Prorocentrum minimum on northern quahogs, Mercenaria mercenaria.  Mar Environ Res. 69(5):337-44 (PDF)
  17. Espinosa, E.P., M. Perrigault, J.E. Ward, S.E. Shumway and B. Allam (2010) Microalgal cell surface carbohydrates as recognition sites for particle sorting in suspension-feeding bivalves.  Biological Bulletin 218: 75-86 (PDF)
  18. Espinosa, E.P., D. Hassan, J.E. Ward, S.E. Shumway and B. Allam. (2010) Role of epicellular molecules in the selection of particles by the blue mussel, Mytilus edulis.  Biological Bulletin 219: 50–60. (PDF)
  19. May, S.P., J.M. Burkolder, S.E. Shumway, G.H. Wikfors and D.M. Frank (2010) Effects of the toxic dinoflagellate Alexandrium monilatum on survival, grazing and behavioral response of three ecologically important shellfish species.  Harmful Algae. 9:281-293. (PDF)
  20. Bullard, S.G., S.E. Shumway, and C.V. Davis (2010) The use of aeration as a simple and environmentally sound means to prevent biofouling.  Biofouling 26(5): 587–593. (PDF)
  21. Espinosa, E.P., M. Perrigault, J.E. Ward, S.E. Shumway and B. Allam (2009) Lectins associated with the feeding organs of the oyster Crassostrea virginica can mediate particle selection.  Biological Bulletin 217: 130-141 (PDF)
  22. Matsuyama, Y. and S.E. Shumway (2009) Impacts of harmful algal blooms on shellfisheries aquaculture. Chapter 19, pp. 580-609 In: G. Allan and G. Burnell (Eds) New technologies in aquaculture: Improving production efficiency, quality and environmental management. Woodhead Publishing, Cambridge, 1232pp. (PDF)
  23. Hégaret, H., G.H. Wikfors and S.E. Shumway (2009) Biotoxin contamination and shellfish safety. Chapter 2, pp. 43-80 in: Shumway, S.E. and G.E. Rodrick (Eds) Shellfish Quality and Safety. Woodhead Publishing, Cambridge, 591pp. (PDF)
  24. Watson, D.I., S.E. Shumway and R.B. Whitlatch (2009) Biofouling and the Shellfish Industry. Chapter 13, pp. 317-336 in: Shumway, S.E. and G.E. Rodrick (Eds) Shellfish Quality and Safety. Woodhead Publishing, Cambridge, 591pp. (PDF)
  25. Hégaret, H., P.M. da Silva, I.. Sunila, S.E. Shumway, M.S. Dixon, J.Alix, G.H. Wikfors and P. Soudant. (2009) Perkinsosis in the Manila clam Ruditapes philippinarum affects responses to the harmful-alga, Prorocentrum minimum.  J. Exp. Marine Biology and Ecology. 371(2):112-120 (PDF)
  26. Da Silva, P.M., H. Hégaret, C. Lambert, G.H. Wikfors, S.E. Shumway, N. Le Goïc and P. Soudant. (2008) Immunological responses of the Manila clam (Ruditapes philippinarum), with varying parasite (Perkinsus olseni) burden, to the harmful alga Karenia selliformis and possible interactions.  Toxicon 51(4):563-573 (PDF)
  27. H. Hégaret, S.E. Shumway, G.H. Wikfors, S. Pate, and J.M. Burkholder. (2008) Potential transport of harmful algae via relocation of bivalve molluscs.  Marine Ecology-progress Series 361:169-179. (PDF)
  28. Sampson, J.C., S.E. Shumway and J.S. Weis. (2008) Effects of the toxic dinoflagellate, Alexandrium fundyense on three species of larval fish: a food-chain approach.  J. Fish Biology 72:168-188 (PDF)
  29. Hégaret, H., S.E. Shumway and G. H. Wikfors. (2008) Harmful algae can be transported via relocation of bivalve shellfish. Pp 253-255 In: Moestrup, Ø.(eds) Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Harmful Algae. International society for the Study of Harmful Algae and Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO, Copenhagen. (PDF)
  30. Hégaret, H., G.H. Wikfors and S.E. Shumway (2008) In vitro interactions between several species of harmful algae and hemocytes of bivalve molluscs. Pp 356-359 In: Moestrup, Ø.(eds) Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Harmful Algae. International society for the Study of Harmful Algae and Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO, Copenhagen. (PDF)
  31. Hégaret, H., S.E. Shumway, G.H. Wikfors, S. Pate and J.B. Burkholder. (2008) Potential transport of harmful algae through relocation of bivalve molluscs.  Marine Ecology Progress Series 361:169-179. (PDF)
  32. Frank, D.M., J.E. Ward, S.E. Shumway, C. Gray and B. Holohan. (2008) Application of particle image velocimetry to the study of suspension-feeding in marine invertebrates.  Marine and Freshwater Behavior and Physiology 41:1-18. (PDF)
  33. Hégaret, H., G. H. Wikfors and S. E. Shumway (2007). Diverse feeding responses of five species of bivalve mollusc when exposed to three species of harmful algae.  J. Shellfish Research 26(2):549-559. (PDF)
  34. Frank, D.M., J.F. Hamilton, J.E. Ward and S.E. Shumway. (2007) A fiber optic sensor for high resolution measurement and continuous monitoring of valve gape in bivalve molluscs.  J. Shellfish Research 26(2):575-580 (PDF)
  35. Leverone, J.R., S.E. Shumway and N.J. Blake (2007) Comparative effect of the toxic dinoflagellate, Karenia brevis on clearance rates in juveniles of four bivalve molluscs from Florida, USA.  Toxicon 49:634-645. (PDF)
  36. Hégaret, H., P.M. Da Silva, G.H. Wikfors, C. Lambert, T. De Bettignies, S.E. Shumway and P. Soudant. (2007) Hemocyte responses of Manila clams, Ruditapes philippinarum, with varying parasite, Perkinsus olseni, severity to toxic-algal exposures.  Aquatic Toxicology 84(4):469-479 (PDF)
  37. Hégaret, H., G.H. Wikfors, P. Soudant, C. Lambert, S.E. Shumway, J. Baptiste Berard and P. Lassus. (2007) Toxic dinoflagellates (Alexandrium fundyense and A. catenella) have little apparent effect on oyster hemocytes.  Marine Biology 152:441-447. (PDF)
  38. Leverone, J.R., N.J. Blake, R.H. Pierce and S.E. Shumway. (2006) Effects of the dinoflagellate Karenia brevis on larval development in three species of bivalve mollusc from Florida.  Toxicon 48:75-84. (PDF)
  39. Shumway, S.E., J.M. Burkholder and J. Springer. (2006) Effects of the estuarine dinoflagellate Pfiesteria shumwayae (Dinophyceae) on survival and grazing activity of several shellfish species.  Harmful Algae 5:442-458. (PDF)
  40. Blake, N.S. and S.E. Shumway. (2006) The bay scallop and calico scallop fisheries, culture and enhancement in eastern North America. Chapter 17. In: Shumway, S.E. and G.J. Parsons (eds) Scallops: Biology, Ecology and Aquaculture 2nd Edition. Elsevier Science Publishers. pp. 945-964. (PDF)
  41. MacDonald, B., V.M. Bricelj and S.E. Shumway. (2006) Physiology. Chapter 7 in: Shumway, S.E. and G. J. Parsons (eds) Scallops: Biology,Ecology and Aquaculture. 2nd Edition. Elsevier. pp 417 - 491. (PDF)
  42. Ward, J.E. and S.E. Shumway. (2004) Separating the grain from the chaff: particle selection in suspension- and deposit-feeding bivalves.  J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 300:83-130. (PDF)
  43. Stickney, R. R., S.E. Shumway, and B. Costa-Pierce. (2004) The sustainable seafood movement. World Aquaculture 35(3): 4–5. (PDF)
  44. Shumway, S.E., D.M. Frank, L.M. Ewart and J.E. Ward. (2003) Effect of yellow loess on clearance rate in seven species of benthic, filter-feeding invertebrates.  Aquaculture Research 34:1-12. (PDF)
  45. Ward, J.E., J.S. Levinton and S.E. Shumway. (2003) Influence of diet on pre-ingestive particle processing in bivalves. I: Transport rates on the ctenidium.  J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 293:129-149. (PDF)
  46. Fernandes, M. and S.E. Shumway. (2003) Management of shellfish resources. pp. 436-463 In: Hallegraeff, G.M., D.M. Anderson and A.D. Cembella (eds), Manual on Harmful Marine Microalgae 2nd Edition. IOC Manuals and Guides no. 33. UNESCO. (PDF)
  47. Shumway, S.E., S.M.Allen and P. Dee Boersma. (2003) Marine birds and harmful algal blooms: sporadic victims or under-reported events. Harmful Algae 2:1-17. (PDF)
  48. Springer, J.J., S.E. Shumway, J. Burkholder and H. Glasgow. (2002) Interactions between the toxic estuarine dinoflagellate Pfiesteria piscicida and two species of bivalve molluscs.  Marine Ecology Progress Series 245:1-10. (PDF)
  49. Parsons, G. Jay, S.E. Shumway, S. Kuenstner and A. Gryska (2002) Polyculture of sea scallops (Placopecten magellanicus) suspended from salmon cages.  Aquaculture International 10:65-77. (PDF)
  50. Levinton, J.S., J.E Ward and S.E. Shumway. (2002) Feeding responses of the bivalves Crassostrea gigas and Mytilus trossulus to chemical composition of fresh and aged kelp detritus.  Marine Biology 141:367-376. (PDF)
  51. Levinton, J.S., J.E Ward, S.E. Shumway, and S.Baker. (2001) Feeding processes of bivalves: Connecting the gut to the ecosystem. P. 385-400. In: Aller, Josephine Y., Sarah A. Woodin, and Robert C. Aller (eds). Organism-Sediment Interactions. Belle W. Baruch Library in Marine Science no. 21. University of South Carolina Press, Columbia, SC 29208. (PDF)
  52. Matsuyama, Y., T. Uchida, T. Honjo, and S.E. Shumway. (2001) Impacts of the harmful dinoflagellate, Heterocapsa ciracularisquama, on shellfish aquaculture in Japan.  Journal of Shellfish Research 20:1269-1272. (PDF)
  53. Campbell, D.A., M.S. Kelly, M. Busman, C.J. Bolch and S.E. Shumway. (2001) Amnesic Shellfish poisoning in the king scallop, Pecten maximus, from the west coast of Scotland.  Journal of Shellfish Research 20:75-84. (PDF)
  54. Grizzle,R., S.E. Shumway, and V.M. Bricelj. (2001) Physiological Ecology of Mercenaria mercenaria. pp. 305–382 In: Kraeuter, J.N. and M. Castagna (eds) Biology of the The Hardclam. Elsevier Science Publishers. 751pp. (PDF)
  55. Curtis, K.M., V.L. Trainer and S.E. Shumway. (2001) Paralytic shellfish toxins in geoduck clams (Panope abrupta): variability, anatomical distribution, and comparison of two toxin detection methods.  Journal of Shellfish Research 19:313-319. (PDF)
  56. Algeiri, A., R. Pattison, and S.E. Shumway. (2000) A guide to the pronunciation of the scientific names of harmful algae.  J. Applied Phycology 12:597-603. (PDF)
  57. Baker, S., J.S. Levinton, J.P. Kurdziel and S.E. Shumway. (1998) Selective feeding and biodeposition by zebra mussels and their relation to changes in phytoplankton composition and seston load.  Journal of Shellfish Research 17:1207-1214. (PDF)
  58. Berry, K.A., M.E. Peixoto, S.S. Sadove, and S.E. Shumway. (1998) Occurrence, distribution, and abundance of green turtles, Chelonia mydas, in waters around Long Island, New York: 1986-1997. In: Abreu-Grobois, F.A. ed. Memoria de Resumenes 18th International Sea Turtle Symposium 3-7 March, 1999. p. 88. (PDF)
  59. Bricelj, V.M. and S.E. Shumway. (1998) Paralytic shellfish toxins in bivalve molluscs: occurrence, transfer kinetics and biotransformation. Proceedings VIII International Conference on Harmful Algae. Xunta de Galicia and Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO pp 431-436. (PDF)
  60. Reynolds, D.P., S. Sadove and S.E. Shumway. (1998) Wild captures of sea turtles in New York: Species Composition shift examined. In: Proceedings of the 17th Annual Sea Turtle Symposium. S.P. Epperly and J. Braun (eds) 269-270, US Dep. Commer. NOAA Technical Memorandum NMFS-SEFSC-415. (PDF)
  61. Bricelj, V.M. and S.E. Shumway. (1998) A review of paralytic shellfish poisoning toxins in bivalve molluscs: occurrence and transfer kinetics.  Reviews in Fisheries Science 6:315-383. (PDF)
  62. Ward, J.E., J.S. Levinton, S.E. Shumway and T.L. Cucci. (1998) Particle sorting in bivalves: In vivo determination of the pallial organs of selection.  Marine Biology 131(2):283-292. (PDF)
  63. Ward, J.E., J.S. Levinton, S.E. Shumway and T.L. Cucci. (1997) Site of particle selection in a bivalve mollusc  Nature 390:131-132. (PDF)
  64. Shatkin, G., S.E. Shumway and R. Hawes. (1997) Considerations regarding the possible introduction of the Pacific oyster, Crassostrea gigas, to the Gulf of Maine: a review of global experience.  J. Shellfish Res. 16:463-478. (PDF)
  65. Davis, C., K.C. Scully and S.E. Shumway. (1997) Juvenile and yearling growth of Atlantic surfclams (Spisula solidissima, Dillwyn 1817) in Maine, USA.  J. Shellfish Res 17:161-168. (PDF)
  66. Boesch, D.F., D.M. Anderson, R.A. Horner, S.E. Shumway, P.A. Tester, T.E. Whitledge. (1997) Harmful Algal Blooms in Coastal Waters: Options for Prevention, Control and Mitigation. NOAA Coastal Ocean Program Decision Analysis Series No.10. NOAA (PDF)
  67. Smolowitz, R. and S.E. Shumway - 1997. Possible cytotoxic effects of the dinoflagellate, Gyrodinium aureolum on juvenile bivalve molluscs.  Aquaculture International 5:291-300. (PDF)
  68. Bricelj, V.M., A.D. Cembella, D. Laby, S.E. Shumway and T.L. Cucci. (1996) Comparative physiological and behavioral responses to PSP toxins in two bivalve molluscs, the softshell clam, Mya arenaria and surfclam, Spisula solidissima. In: Harmful and Toxic Algal Blooms. (Yasumoto,T.,Oshima,Y.and Fukuyo,Y., eds) OIC of UNESCO. (PDF)
  69. Shumway, S.E., T.L. Cucci, M.P. Lesser, N. Bourne and B. Bunting. (1997) Particle clearance and selection in three species of juvenile scallops.  Aquaculture International 5:89-99. (PDF)
  70. Shumway, S.E. (1996) Natural Environmental Factors. Chapter 13 (pp. 467-513): In: Kennedy, V.S., R.I.E. Newell, and A.F. Eble, (eds). The eastern oyster, Crassostrea virginica. Maryland Sea Grant Publication. (PDF)
  71. Shumway, S.E., van Egmond, H., J.W. Hurst, and L.L. Bean. (1995) Management of shellfish resources. pp. 436-463 In: Hallegraeff, G.M., D.M. Anderson and A.D. Cembella (eds), Manual on Harmful Marine Microalgae. IOC Manuals and Guides no. 33. UNESCO. (PDF)
  72. Shumway, S.E. (1995) Phycotoxin-related shellfish poisoning: bivalve molluscs are not the only vectors. Reviews in Fisheries Science 3:1-31. (PDF
  73. Sellner, K.G., S.E. Shumway, M.W. Luckenbach and T.L. Cucci. (1995) The effects of dinoflagellate blooms on the oyster Crassostrea virginica in Chesapeake Bay. In: Lassus et al.(eds) Harmful Marine Algal Blooms. Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Toxic Marine Phytoplankton. Lavoisier Publishing, Paris. pp. 505-511. (PDF)
  74. Cembella, A.D. and S.E. Shumway. (1995) Anatomical and spatio-temporal variation in PSP toxin composition in natural populations of the surfclam Spisula solidissima in the Gulf of Maine. In: Lassus et al. (eds) Harmful Marine Algal Blooms. Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Toxic Marine Phytoplankton. Lavoisier Publishing, Paris. pp. 421-426. (PDF)
  75. Shumway, S.E. and A.D. Cembella. (1994) Toxic algal blooms: potential hazards to scallop culture and fisheries.  Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 36:361-372. (PDF)
  76. Shumway, S.E. and M.J. Castagna. (1994) Scallop fisheries, culture and enhancement in the United States.  Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 36:283-298. (PDF)
  77. Cembella, A.D. and S.E. Shumway. (1994) Sequestering and biotransformation of paralytic shellfish toxins in scallops: food safety implications of harvesting wild stocks and aquaculture technology.  Proceedings of OECD Symposium on Aquatic Biotechnology and Food Safety, Bergen, Norway, June 10-12, 1992. pp. 71-81. (PDF)
  78. Shumway, S.E., S.A. Sherman, A.D. Cembella and R. Selvin. (1994) Accumulation of paralytic shellfish toxins by Atlantic surfclams, Spisula solidissima (Dillwyn, 1817) from the Gulf of Maine: Seasonal changes, distribution between tissues and notes on feeding habits. Natural Toxins 2:236-251. (PDF)
  79. Cembella, A.D., S.E. Shumway and R. Larocque. (1994) Sequestering and putative biotransformation of paralytic shellfish toxins by the sea scallop, Placopecten magellanicus (Gmelin, 1791): seasonal and spatial scales in natural populations.  J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 180:1-22. (PDF)
  80. Luckenbach, M.W., K.G. Sellner, S.E. Shumway, and K. Greene. (1993) Effects of two bloom-forming dinoflagellates, Prorocentrum mariae-lebouriae and Gyrodinium unctenumon growth and survival of the eastern oyster, Crassostrea virginica (Gmelin, 1791).  J. Shellfish Res. 12:411-415. (PDF)
  81. Lesser, M.J. and S.E. Shumway. (1993) Effects of toxic dinoflagellates on clearance rates and survival in juvenile bivalve molluscs.  J. Shellfish Res. 12:377-382. (PDF)
  82. Cembella, A.D., N.I. Lewis and S.E. Shumway. (1993) An interspecific comparison of paralytic shellfish poisons in marine bivalves: anatomical and spatio-temporal variation in toxincomposition.  J. Shellfish Res. 12:389-403. (PDF)
  83. Marsden, I.D. and S.E. Shumway. (1993) Effects of the toxic dinoflagellate Alexandrium tamarense on oxygen uptake in bivalve molluscs.  Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 106:769-773. (PDF)
  84. Newell, C.R. and S.E. Shumway. (1993) Grazing of natural particulates by bivalve molluscs: a spatial and temporal perspective. pp:85-148 In: Dame, R. (ed) Bivalve Filter Feeders in Coastal and Estuarine Ecosystem Processes. NATO ASI Series G: Ecological Sciences, Vol. 33. Springer-Verlag. 584p. (PDF)
  85. Shumway, S.E. and A.D. Cembella. (1993) The impact of toxic algae on scallop culture and fisheries. Reviews in Fisheries Science. 1:121-150. (PDF)
  86. Shumway, S.E., M.J. Lesser and D.J. Crisp. (1993) Specific dynamic action demonstrated in herbivorous marine periwinkles, Littorina littorea L. and Littorina obtusata L. (Mollusca, Gastropoda) with a description of food preferences in New England populations.  Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 106A:391-395. (PDF
  87. Grant, J., Craig W. Emerson and S.E. Shumway. (1993) Hydrodynamics and transport of the sea scallop (Placopecten magellanicus) in the benthic boundary layer.  Can. J. Zool. 71:953-959. (PDF)
  88. White, A.W., J. Nassif and S.E. Shumway. (1993) Recent occurrence of paralytic shellfish toxins in offshore shellfish in the northeastern United States. in: Smayda, T.J. and Y. Shimizu (eds) Toxic Phytoplankton Blooms in the Sea. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Toxic Marine Phytoplankton. Elsevier Science Publishers, Amsterdam. pp 435-440. (PDF)
  89. White, A.W., S.E. Shumway and J. Nassif. (1993) Variation in levels of paralytic shellfish toxins among individual shellfish. in: Smayda, T.J. and Y. Shimizu (eds) Toxic Phytoplankton Blooms in the Sea. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Toxic Marine Phytoplankton, Elsevier Science Publishers, Amsterdam. pp. 441-446. (PDF)
  90. Lesser, M.P., S.E. Shumway, T.L. Cucci and J. Smith. (1992) Impact of fouling organisms on mussel rope culture: interspecies competition for food among suspension-feeding invertebrates.  J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 165:91-102. (PDF)
  91. Foltz, D.W., S.E. Shumway and D.J. Crisp. (1993) Relationships among metabolic rate, weight and heterozygosity in the marine snail, Littorina littorea.  Am. Malacol. Bull. 10: 55-60. (PDF)
  92. Marsden, I.D. and S.E. Shumway. (1992) Effects of the toxic dinoflagellate Alexandrium tamarense on the New Zealand mussel, Perna canaliculus.  N. Z. J. Mar. Fresh. Res. 26:389-397. (PDF)
  93. Shumway, S.E. and L. Gainey. (1992) A review of the physiological effects of toxic dinoflagellates on bivalve molluscs. Proc. Ninth Int. Malac. Congress 357-362. (PDF)
  94. Schick, D.F., S.E. Shumway and M. Hunte. (1992) Allometric relationships and growth in Placopecten magellanicus: the effects of season and depth.  Proc. Ninth Int. Malac. Congress 341-352. (PDF)
  95. Shumway, S.E. (1992) Mussels and Public Health. Chapter 11 (pp. 511-542) In: The Mussel, Mytilus (Gosling, E.M. ed.). Elsevier Science Publishers B.V. Amsterdam. (PDF)
  96. Gainey, L.F. and S.E. Shumway. (1991) The physiological effects of Aureococcus anophagefferens ("brown tide") on the lateral cilia of bivalve molluscs.  Biol. Bull. 181:298-306. (PDF)
  97. Volckaert, F., S.E. Shumway and D.F. Schick. (1991) Biometry and population genetics of deep- and shallow-water populations of the sea scallop Placopecten magellanicus (Gmelin, 1791) from the Gulf of Maine. Pages 156-163 In: Shumway, S.E. (ed.) An International Compendium of Scallop Biology and Culture. World Aquaculture Society. (PDF)
  98. Lesser, M.P., S.E. Shumway, T.L. Cucci, J. Barter and J. Edwards. (1991) Size-specific selection of phytoplankton by juvenile filter-feeding bivalves: comparison of the sea scallop (Placopecten magellanicus (Gmelin, 1791)) with Mya arenaria Linnaeus, 1758 and Mytilus edulis Linnaeus, 1758. Pages 341-346 In: Shumway, S.E. and P.A. Sandifer (eds.) An International Compendium of Scallop Biology and Culture. World Aquaculture Society. (PDF
  99. Bricelj, M. and S.E. Shumway. (1991) Physiology: energy acquisition and utilization. Pages 305-346 In: Scallops: Biology, Ecology and Aquaculture. S.E. Shumway (ed). Elsevier Science Publishers. 1068pp. (PDF)
  100. Shumway, S.E., R.C. Newell, D.J. Crisp and T.L. Cucci. (1990) Particle selection in filter-feeding bivalve molluscs: A new technique on an old theme. pp. 151-165 In: The Bivalvia. Proceedings of a Memorial Symposium in Honour of Sir Charles Maurice Yonge, Edinburgh, 1986. (ed. B. Morton). Hong Kong University Press, Hong Kong. (PDF)
  101. Bass, A.E., R.E. Malouf and S.E. Shumway. (1990) Growth of northern quahogs (Mercenaria mercenaria (Linnaeus, 1758)) fed on picoplankton.  J. Shellfish Res. 9:299-307. (PDF)
  102. Shumway, S.E., J. Barter and S. Sherman-Caswell. (1990) Auditing the impact of toxic algal blooms on oysters.  Environ. Auditor 2:41-56. (PDF)
  103. Shumway, S.E. (1990) A review of the effects of algal blooms on shellfish and aquaculture.  J. World Aquac. Soc. 21:65-104. (PDF)
  104. Draper, C., L.E. Gainey, S.E. Shumway and L. Shapiro. (1990) Effects of Aureococcus anophagefferens ("Brown tide") on lateral cilia of 5 species of bivalve molluscs. Pages 128-131 In: Toxic Marine Phytoplankton. (Granéli, E., L. Edler and D.M. Anderson, eds.). Elsevier, New York. (PDF)
  105. Cucci, T.L., S.E. Shumway, W.S. Brown and C.R. Newell. (1989) Using phytoplankton and flow cytometry to analyze grazing by marine organisms.  Cytometry 10:659-669. (PDF)
  106. Newell, C.R., S.E. Shumway, T.L. Cucci and R. Selvin. (1989) The effects of natural seston particle size and type on feeding rates, feeding selectivity and food resource availability for the mussel, Mytilus edulis Linnaeus, 1758 at bottom culture sites in Maine.  J. Shellfish Res. 8:187-196. (PDF)
  107. Beirbaum, R. and S.E. Shumway. (1988) Filtration and oxygen consumption in mussels, Mytilus edulis, with and without pea crabs, Pinnotheres maculatus.  Estuaries. 11:264-271. (PDF)
  108. Gainey, L.G. and S.E. Shumway. (1988) A compendium of the responses of bivalve molluscs to toxic dinoflagellates.  J. Shellfish Res. 7:623-628. (PDF)
  109. Shumway, S.E., S. Sherman-Caswell and J.W. Hurst. (1988) Paralytic shellfish poisoning in Maine: Monitoring a monster.  J. Shellfish Res. 7:643-652. (PDF)
  110. S.E. Shumway, C. Bogdanowicz and D. Dean. (1988) Oxygen consumption and feeding rates of the sabellid polychaete, Myxicola infindibulum (Renier).  Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 90A:425-428. (PDF
  111. Gainey, L. and S.E. Shumway. (1988) Physiological effects of Protogonyaulax tamarensis on cardiac activity in bivalve molluscs.  Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 91C:159-164. (PDF)
  112. Moreira, G.S., P.V. Ngan, P.S. Moreira and S.E. Shumway. (1988) The effect of salinity on the osmo-ionic regulation of Macrobrachium carcinus (Linnaeus).  Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 91A:105-108. (PDF)
  113. Mason, K., S.E. Shumway and H. Hidu. (1988) Induced triploidy in the soft-shelled clam Mya arenaria L: Energetic implications.  Mar. Biol. 98:519-528. (PDF)
  114. Shumway, S.E., D. Card, R. Getchell and C. Newell. (1988) The effects of calcium oxide (quicklime) on nontarget organisms in mussel beds.  Bull. Environ. Contam. Toxicol. 40:503-509. (PDF)
  115. Barber, B.J., R. Getchell, S.E. Shumway and D.F. Schick. (1988) Reduced fecundity in a deep-water population of the giant scallop, Placopecten magellanicus in the Gulf of Maine, USA.  Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 42:207-212. (PDF)
  116. Schick, D.F., Shumway, S.E. and M.A. Hunter. (1988) A comparison of growth rate between shallow water and deep water populations of scallops Placopecten magellanicus (Gmelin, 1791), in the Gulf of Maine.  Amer. Malacol. Bull. 6:1-8. (PDF)
  117. Shumway, S.E., J. Barter and J. Stahlnecker. (1988) Seasonal changes in oxygen consumption of the giant scallop Placopecten magellanicus (Gmelin).  J. Shellfish Res. 7:77-82. (PDF)
  118. Shumway, S.E., F.C. Pierce and K. Knowlton. (1987) The effect of Protogonyaulax tamarensis on byssus production in Mytilus edulis L., Modiolus modiolus Linnaeus, 1758 and Geukensia demissa Dillwyn.  Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 87:1021-1023. (PDF)
  119. Shumway, S.E., D.F. Schick and R. Selvin. (1987) Food resources related to habitat in the scallop, Placopecten magellanicus (Gmelin, 1791): A qualitative study.  J. Shellfish Res. 6:89-95. (PDF)
  120. Shumway, S.E. and T.L. Cucci. (1987) The effects of the toxic dinoflagellate Protogonyaulax tamarensis on the feeding and behavior of bivalve molluscs.  Aquat. Toxic. 10:9-27. (PDF)
  121. Lucas, M.I., R.C. Newell, S.E. Shumway, L.J. Seiderer and R. Bally. (1987) Particle clearance and yield in relation to bacterioplankton and suspended particulate availability in estuarine and open coast populations of the mussel Mytilus edulis.  Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 36:215-224. (PDF)
  122. Shumway, S.E., H.C. Perkins, D.F. Schick and A.P. Stickney. (1985) Synopsis of biological data on the pink shrimp, Pandalus borealis Krøyer, 1838. NOAA Technical Report. NMFS 30, 58pp. (PDF)
  123. Cucci, T.L., S.E. Shumway, R.C. Newell and C.M. Yentsch. (1985) The effects of Gonyaulax tamarensis on feeding behavior in bivalve molluscs. Pages 395-400 In: Toxic Dinoflagellates (Anderson, D.M., A.W. White and D.G. Baden, eds.) Elsevier, N.Y. (PDF)
  124. Shumway, S.E., T.L. Cucci, L. Gainey and C.M. Yentsch. (1985) A preliminary study of the behavioral and physiological effects of Gonyaulax tamarensis on bivalve molluscs. Pages 389-394 In: Toxic Dinoflagellates (Anderson, D.M., A.W. White and D.G. Baden, eds.) Elsevier, N.Y. (PDF)
  125. Shumway, S.E., T.L. Cucci, R.C. Newell and C.M. Yentsch. (1985) Particle selection, ingestion and adsorption in filter feeding bivalves.  J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 91:77-92. (PDF)
  126. Cucci, T.L., S.E. Shumway, R.C. Newell, R. Selvin, R.R.L. Guillard and C.M. Yentsch. (1985) Flow cytometry: a new method for characterization of differential ingestion, digestion and egestion by suspension feeders.  Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 24:201-204. (PDF)
  127. Shumway, S.E. and R.C. Newell. (1984) Energy resource allocation in Mulinia lateralis (Say), an opportunistic bivalve from shallow water sediments.  Ophelia. 23:101-118. (PDF)
  128. Shumway, S.E. and R.F.H. Freeman - 1984. Osmotic balance in a marine pulmonate Amphibola crenata. Mar. Behav. Physiol. 11: 157-183.
  129. Shumway, S.E. (1983) Factors affecting oxygen consumption in the coot clam, Mulinia lateralis (Say).  Ophelia. 22:143-171. (PDF)
  130. Shumway, S.E., T.M. Scott and J.M. Shick. (1983) The effects of anoxia and hydrogen sulphide on survival, activity and metabolic rate in the coot clam, Mulinia lateralis (Say).  J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 71:135-146. (PDF)
  131. Shumway, S.E. - 1983. Oxygen consumption and salinity tolerance in four species of Brazilian crabs. Crustaceana. 44: 76-82.
  132. Moreira, G.S., J.S. McNamara, S.E. Shumway, and P. Moreira. (1983) Osmoregulation and respiratory metabolism in Brazilian Macrobrachium (Decapoda, Palaemonidae).  Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 74A:57-62. (PDF)
  133. Shumway, S.E. and R.K. Koehn. (1982) Oxygen consumption in the American oyster Crassostrea virginica.  Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 9:59-68. (PDF)
  134. Shumway, S.E. and I.D. Marsden. (1982) The combined effects of temperature, salinity and declining oxygen tension on oxygen consumption in the marine pulmonate Amphibola crenata (Gmelin, 1791).  J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 61:133-146. (PDF)
  135. Shumway, S.E. (1982) Oxygen consumption in oysters: an overview.  Mar. Biol. Lett. 3:1-23. (PDF)
  136. Koehn, R.K. and S.E. Shumway. (1982) A genetic/physiological explanation for differential growth rate in the American oyster, Crassostrea virginica (Gmelin).  Mar. Biol. Lett. 3:35-42. (PDF)
  137. Shumway, S.E. and M.B. Jones. (1981) The influence of salinity on respiration of an estuarine mud crab Helice crassa (Grapsidae).  Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 70A:551-553. (PDF)
  138. Shumway, S.E. (1982) Oxygen consumption in brachiopods and the possible role of punctae.  J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 58:207-220. (PDF)
  139. Haresign T.W. and S.E. Shumway. (1981) Permeability of the marsupium of the pipefish Syngnathus fuscus to C-14 alpha amino isobutyric acid.   Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 69A:603-604. (PDF)
  140. Shumway, S.E. (1981) Factors affecting the oxygen consumption of the marine pulmonate Amphibola crenata (Martyn).  Biol. Bull. 160:332-347. (PDF)
  141. Wells, R.M.G., P. Jarvis and S.E. Shumway. (1980) Oxygen uptake, the circulatory system and haemoglobin function in the intertidal polychaete Terebella haplochaeta (Ehlers).   J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 46:255-277. (PDF)
  142. Mackay, J. and S.E. Shumway. (1980) Factors affecting oxygen consumption in the scallop Chlamys delicatula (Hutton).  Ophelia 19:19-26. (PDF)
  143. Wells, R.M.G. and S.E. Shumway (1980) The effects of salts on haemocyanin-oxygen binding in the marine pulmonate snail Amphibola crenata (Martyn).   J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 43:11-27. (PDF)
  144. Murdoch, R. and S.E. Shumway. (1980) Oxygen consumption in six species of chitons in relation to their position on the shore.  Ophelia 19: 127-144. (PDF)
  145. Djangmah, J., J. Davenport and S.E. Shumway. (1980) Oxygen consumption of the West African blood clam Anadara senilisMar. Biol. 56:213-217. (PDF)
  146. Shumway, S.E. and A. Youngson. (1979) The effect of fluctuating salinity on the physiology of Modiolus demissus.  J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 40:167-181. (PDF)
  147. Shumway, S.E. (1979) The effects of body size, oxygen tension and mode of life on the oxygen uptake rate of polychaetes.  Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 64A:273-278.(PDF)
  148. Shumway, S.E. (1979) The effects of changing salinities on respiration in gastropod molluscs.  Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 63A:279-283. (PDF)
  149. Djangmah, J., S.E. Shumway and J. Davenport. (1979) The effects of fluctuating salinity on the behavior of the West African blood clam Anadara senilis and on the osmotic pressure and ionic concentrations of the haemolymph.  Mar. Biol. 50:209-213. (PDF)
  150. Shumway, S.E. (1978) Activity and respiration in the anemone Metridium senile (L.) exposed to salinity fluctuations.  J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 33:85-92. (PDF)
  151. Shumway, S.E. (1978) Osmotic balance and respiration in the hermit crab Pagurus bernhardus exposed to fluctuating salinities.  J. Mar. Biol. Assoc. U.K. 58: 869-876. (PDF)
  152. Shumway, S.E. (1978) Respiration, pumping activity and heart rate in Ciona intestinalis L. exposed to fluctuating salinities.  Mar. Biol. 48:235-242. (PDF)
  153. Crisp, M., J. Davenport and S.E. Shumway. (1978) Effects of feeding and of chemical stimulation on the oxygen uptake of Nassarius reticulatus (Gastropoda: Prosobranchia).  J. Mar. Biol. Assoc. U.K. 58:869-876. (PDF)
  154. Shumway, S.E. and J. Davenport. (1977) Some aspects of the physiology of Arenicola marina (Polychaeta) exposed to fluctuating salinities.  J. Mar. Biol. Assoc. U.K. 57:907-924. (PDF)
  155. Shumway, S.E. (1977) The effects of fluctuating salinities on four species of asteroid echinoderms.  Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 58:177-180. (PDF)
  156. Shumway, S.E., P.A. Gabbott and A. Youngson. (1977) The effect of fluctuating salinity on the concentrations of free amino acids and ninhydrin-positive substances in the adductor muscles of eight species of bivalve molluscs.  J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 29:131-150. (PDF)
  157. Shumway, S.E. (1977) The effect of fluctuating salinity on the tissue water content of eight species of bivalve molluscs.  J. Comp. Physiol. 116:269-285. (PDF)
  158. Shumway, S.E. (1977) The effects of salinity fluctuations on the osmotic pressure and Na+, Ca++and Mg++ ion concentrations in the haemolymph of bivalve molluscs.  Marine Biology 41:153-178. (PDF)
  159. Harshbarger, J.C., S.E. Shumway and G.W. Bane. (1976) Variably differentiating oral neoplasms, ranging from epidermal papilloma to odontogenic ameloblastoma in cunners (Tautogolabrus adspersus) in:  Progress in Experimental Tumor Research 20:113-128. (PDF)
  160. Shumway, S.E. and R.R. Stickney. (1974) Notes on the biology of the cunner, Tautogolabrus adspersus.  N.Y. Fish and Game J. 22:71-79. (PDF)
  161. Stickney, R.R. and S.E. Shumway. (1974) Cellulase activity in the stomachs of marine and estuarine elasmobranchs and teleosts.  J. Fish Biol. 6:779-790. (PDF)