Large Lakes Observatory
University of Minnesota Duluth
2205 E. 5th St.,
Research Laboratory Building
Duluth, MN 55812
Fax: (218) 726-6979
email: tozersky at gmail.com
- Effects of environmental change on nutrient dynamics, food webs and community structure in large lakes.
- Winter and under-ice ecology of large lakes.
- Food web structure and contaminant trophodynamics.
University of Waterloo, PhD
University of Waterloo, BSc
Hampton SE, Grey DK, Izmest’eva LR, Moore MV, Ozersky T., 2014. The rise and fall of plankton: long-term changes in the vertical distribution of algae and grazers in Lake Baikal, Siberia. PLOS ONE 9(2), e88920
Ozersky T, Barton DR, Hecky RE, Guildford SJ., 2013. Dreissenid mussels enhance benthic surface area, nutrient efflux and primary production in shallow littoral region of a large lake. Biological Invasions 15: 2799-2810
Poste AE, Ozersky T., 2013. Dreissenid mussels and round gobies: A novel benthic pathway for the trophic transfer of microcystin. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 32: 2159-2164.
Ozersky T, Barton DR, Evans DO. 2012. Invasive mussels alter the littoral food web of a large lake: stable isotopes reveal drastic shifts in sources and flow of energy. PLOS ONE 7(12): e51249
Rennie MD, Ozersky T, Evans DO. 2012. Effects of formalin preservation on invertebrate stable isotope values over decadal time scales. Canadian Journal of Zoology 90: 1320–1327.
Ozersky T, Barton DR, Evans DO. 2011. Fourteen years of dreissenid presence in the rocky littoral zone of a large lake: effects on macroinvertebrate abundance and diversity. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 30: 913–922.
Ozersky T, Barton DR, Depew DC, Hecky RE, Guildford SJ. 2011. Effects of water movement on the distribution of invasive dreissenid mussels in Lake Simcoe, Ontario. Journal of Great Lakes Research 37, Supplement 3: 46–54.
Depew DC, Houben AJ, Ozersky T, Hecky RE, Guildford SJ. 2011. Submerged aquatic vegetation in Cook’s Bay, Lake Simcoe: assessment of changes in response to increased water transparency. Journal of Great Lakes Research 37, Supplement 3: 72–82.
Ozersky T, Malkin SY, Barton DR, Hecky RE. 2009. Dreissenid phosphorous excretion can sustain C. glomerata growth along a portion of Lake Ontario shoreline. Journal of Great Lakes Research 35: 321–328.