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    37 references found for Didymosphenia geminata:
    Management information
      Summary: Available from: http://www.biosecurity.govt.nz/pest-and-disease-response/pests-and-diseases-watchlist/didymosphenia-geminata [Accessed 8 December 2005]
      Summary: Available from: http://www.biosecurity.govt.nz/pest-and-disease-response/pests-and-diseases-watchlist/didymosphenia-geminata/science-technical [Accessed 16 May 2007]

    3. Biosecurity New Zealand. 2007. Didymosphenia geminata: Affected Waterways.
      Summary: Available from: http://www.biosecurity.govt.nz/files/pests-diseases/plants/didymo/didymo-affected-waterways.pdf [Accessed 22 March 2007]

    4. Biosecurity New Zealand. May 2005. Factsheet Don't spread Didymo.
      Summary: This fact sheet contains basic information about Didymo and how to prevent it from spreading.
      Summary: Available from: http://www.biosecurity.govt.nz/files/pests-diseases/plants/didymo/didymo-detection-study-brief.pdf [Accessed 22 March 2007]
      Summary: Available from: http://www.env.gov.bc.ca/wat/wq/didy_bcstrms.html [Accessed 18 May 2007]
      Summary: Available from: http://www.biosecurity.govt.nz/files/pests-diseases/plants/didymo/niwa-lit-db.pdf [Accessed 22 March 2007]
      Summary: Available from: http://www.biosecurity.govt.nz/files/pests-diseases/plants/didymo/didymo-control-trials-brief.pdf [Accessed 22 March 2007]
      Summary: Available from: http://www.biosecurity.govt.nz/files/pests-diseases/plants/didymo/control-study-dec-05.pdf [Accessed 22 March 2007]
      Summary: Available from: http://www.biosecurity.govt.nz/files/pests-diseases/plants/didymo/niwa-decon.pdf [Accessed 22 March 2007]
      Summary: Available from: http://www.biosecurity.govt.nz/files/pests-diseases/plants/didymo/didymo-monitoring-study-brief.pdf [Accessed 22 March 2007]
      Summary: Available from: http://www.biosecurity.govt.nz/files/pests-diseases/plants/didymo/didymo-survival-study-brief.pdf [Accessed 22 March 2007]
      Summary: This document summarised the international literature on D. geminata following the occurrence of the diatom in New Zealand in 2004.
      Available from: http://www.biosecurity.govt.nz/files/pests/didymo/didymo-preliminary-org-ia-nov-04.pdf [Accessed 2 July 2008]
      Summary: Available from: http://www.maf.govt.nz/mafnet/press/180205algae.htm [Accessed 22 March 2007]

    15. MDDEP-MRNF Scientific Advisory Committee on Didymosphenia geminata, 2007. What Is Didymo and How Can We Prevent It From Spreading In Our Rivers?, Québec, ministère du Développement durable, de l’Environnement et des Parcs et ministère des Ressources naturelles et de la Faune, ISBN: 978-2-550-49391-4 (PDF), 10 p.

    16. Spaulding, S & Leah Elwell, 2007a. Increase in nuisance blooms and geographic expansion of the freshwater diatom Didymoshphenia geminata: Recommendations for response. White paper January 2007
      Summary: Available from: http://www.fort.usgs.gov/Products/Publications/22046/22046.pdf [Accessed 8 June 2010]
      Summary: Available from: http://www.icais.org/pdf/2006ppt/VIEGLAIS_Christina.pdf [Accessed 22 March 2007]

    General references

    19. Akbulut, A. and Yildiz, K. 2002. The planktonic diatoms of Lake Cildir (Ardahan, Turkey). Turkish Journal of Botany. 26: 55-75.
      Summary: This paper gives details of a survey of the algae in Lake Cildir.

    20. Antoine, S.E. and Benson-Evans, K. 1986. Spatial and temporal distribution of some interesting diatom species in the River Wye system, Wales, U.K. Limnologica. 17 (1): 79-86.
      Summary: This paper presents the results of a study into the spatial and temporal distribution of diatoms in the River Wye system in Wales, including D. geminata.
      Summary: This website lists all diatoms recorded from Mongolia, including D. geminata.
      Available from: http://www.umich.edu/~mongolia/checklist.html [Accessed 1 June 2005]
      Summary: This website gives some details about the distribution and impacts of D. geminata in the USA.
      Available from: http://www.epa.gov/region08/water/monitoring/didymosphenia.html [Accessed 25 May 2005]
      Summary: AlgaeBase is a database of information on algae that includes terrestrial, marine and freshwater organisms.
      AlgaeBase is available from: http://www.algaebase.org; Didymosphenia geminata information is available from: http://www.algaebase.org/SpeciesDetail.lasso?species_id=31545&-session=abv3:82D8C9370cd190C546TtY3010EAD

    24. Hedenstrom, A. and Risberg, J. 1999. Early Holocene shore-displacement in southern central Sweden as recorded in elevated isolated basins. Boreas. 28: 490-504.
      Summary: This paper gives details of freshwater flora and fauna from the early Holocene period in southern central Sweden, including a record of D. geminata.

    25. Kara, H. and Sahin, B. 2001. Epipelic and epilithic algae of Degirmendere River (Trabzon-Turkey). Turkish Journal of Botany. 25: 177-186.
      Summary: This paper gives details of a survey of the algae in the Degirmendere River.

    26. Kawecka, B. and Sanecki, J. 2003. Didymosphenia geminata in running waters of southern Poland - symptoms of change in water quality? Hydrobiologia. 495: 193-201.
      Summary: This paper details the history of D. geminata in Poland, and discusses possible reasons for the species recent appearance in the Carpathian tributaries of the Rivers San and Vistula.

    27. Kociolek, J.P., Flower, R. and Reid, G. 2000. Valve ultrastructure of Didymosphenia dentata (Bacillariophyta): An endemic diatom species from Lake Baikal. Nova Hedwigia. 71 (1-2): 113-120.
      Summary: This paper describes Didymosphenia dentata, reported from Lake Baikal, and compares its morphology with that of D. geminata.

    28. Kolayli, S., Baysal, A. and Sahin, B. 1998. A study of the epipelic and epilithic algae of Sana River (Trabzon/Turkey). Turkish Journal of Botany. 22 (3): 163-170.
      Summary: This study found D. geminata to be abundant in the Sana River in Trabzon, Turkey, in 1995.

    29. Kravtsova, L.S., Kamaltynov, R.M., Karabanov, E.B., Mekhanikova, I.V., Sitnikova, T. Ya., Rozhkova, N.A., Slugina, Z.V., Izhboldina, L.A., Weinberg, I.V., Akinshina, T.V. and Sherbakov, D. Yu. 2004. Macrozoobenthic communities of underwater landscapes in the shallow-water zone of southern Lake Baikal. Hydrobiologia. 522. 193-205.
      Summary: This paper gives the results of a study into the macrozoobenthic communities of Lake Baikal, where D. geminata is recorded as present.

    30. Li, Y., Xie, P., Gong, Z. and Shi, Z. 2003. Cymbellaceae and Gomphonemataceae (Bacillariophyta) from the Hengduan Mountains region (southwestern China). Nova Hedwigia. 76 (3-4): 507-536.
      Summary: This paper records the presence of D. geminata in the Hengduan Mountains in China.

    31. Metzeltin, D. and Lange-Bertalot, H. 1995. Critical evaluation of taxa in Didymosphenia (Bacillariophyceae). Nova Hedwigia. 60 (3-4): 381-405.
      Summary: This paper proposes five species of Didymosphenia, with three morphotypes of D. geminata.

    32. Sahin, B. 2000. Algal flora of Lakes Aygir and Balikli (Trabzon, Turkey). Turkish Journal of Botany. 24: 35-45.
      Summary: This paper gives details of a survey of the algae in Lakes Aygir and Balikli.

    33. Sahin, B. 2001. Epipelic and epilithic algae of Dagbasi Lake (Rize-Turkey). Turkish Journal of Botany. 25: 187-194.
      Summary: This paper gives details of a survey of the algae in Dagbasi Lake.

    34. Sahin, B. 2002. Epipelic and epilithic algae of the Yedigoller Lakes (Erzurum-Turkey). Turkish Journal of Biology. 26: 221-228.
      Summary: This paper gives details of a survey of the algae in the Yedigoller Lakes.

    35. Sahin, B. 2003. Epipelic and epilithic algae of lower parts of Yanbolu River (Trabzon, Turkey). Turkish Journal of Biology. 27: 107-115.
      Summary: This paper gives details of a survey of the algae in the Yanbolu River.

    36. Spaulding, S. 2005. Streams in western North America: environmental change or a diatom gone bad? USGS Central Region Colloquium Series. January-May 2005.
      Summary: This article briefly outlines the impact of D. geminata in the western USA, and possible reasons for its developing invasiveness.
      Summary: Available from: http://www.usgs.gov/newsroom/article.asp?ID=2491 [Accessed 8 June 2010]
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