Job Title: Research Scientist
Employer: Acadia centre for Estuarine Research, Acadia University, Wolfville.N.S.
Place of Birth: Bayonne, New Jersy, USA.
Public School attended: Washington Elementary School
High School attended: Bayonne High School
Further Education: Syracuse University (B.Sc. - Zoology), Inststiute of Ecology, University of Georgia (M.Sc. - Ecology).
Geographic focus of research: Atlantic Maritime Provinces, Gulf of Maine, United Kingdom.
Brief synopsis of current research:
Eutrophication of marine and freshwater ecosystems, water quality monitoring, water quality modelling, community based water quality monitoring programs, animal-sediment interactions, tidal flat ecology, energy flow in aquatic ecosytems, primary production, impacts of physical barriers on aquatic ecosystems.
Acadia Centre for Estuarine Research, Acadia University, Wolfville, Nova Scotia, B0P 1H0
Phone: 902-585-1509; Fax: 902 585-1054
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Brylinsky, M., A.J. Gibson and D.C. Gordon Jr. 1994. Impacts of flounder trawls on the intertidal habitat and community of the Minas Basin, Bay of Fundy. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 51: 650-661.
Amos, C.L., M. Brylinsky, T.F. Sutherland, D. O’Brien, S. Lee and A. Cramp. 1998. The stability of a mudflat in the Humber estuary, South Yorkshire, U.K., p. 25-43. In K.S. Black, D.M. Patterson and A. Cramp [eds.] Sedimentary Processes in the Intertidal Zone. Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 139.
Brylinsky, M. and S. Pittman. 1999. The Clean Annapolis River Guardian Program: Evaluation of a volunteer based water quality monitoring program, p. 219-225. In Partnerships in Water Resource Management: Proceedings of the Canadian Water Resources Association 52nd Annual Conference. Canadian Water Resources Association.