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Lisa Kellogg

Assistant Professor

Email: [[v|lkellogg]]
Phone: 804-684-7706
Office: Andrews Hall 338
Section: Natural Resources

ORCID ID: 0000-0001-6577-5091


  • B.S., Zoology, Duke University
  • Ph.D., Marine Science, Univeristy of South Alabama

Howarth LM, Lewis-McCrea LM, Kellogg ML, Apostolaki ET, Reid GK (2022) Aquaculture and eelgrass Zostera marina interactions in temperate ecosystems. Aquaculture Environment Interactions 14:15-34.

Ray NE, Hancock B, Brush MJ, Colden A, Cornwell J, Labrie MS, Maguire TJ, Maxwell T, Rogers D, Stevick RJ, Unruh A, Kellogg ML, Smyth AR, and Fulweiler RW (2021) A review of how we assess denitrification in oyster habitats and proposed guidelines for future studies. Limnology and Oceanography Methods 19: 714-731.

Turner J, Kellogg ML, Massey GM, Friedrichs C (2019) Minimal effects of oyster aquaculture on local water quality: Examples from southern Chesapeake Bay. PLoS ONE 14(11): e0224768.

Jackson M, Owens MS, Cornwell JC, Kellogg ML (2018) Comparison of methods for determining biogeochemical fluxes from a restored oyster reef. PLoS ONE 13(12): e0209799.

Ricci SW, Bohnenstiehl DR, Eggleston DB, Kellogg ML, Lyon RP (2017) Oyster toadfish (Opsanus tau) boatwhistle call detection and patterns within a large-scale oyster restoration site. PLOS ONE 12(8):e0182757.

Rick TC, Reeder-Myers LA, Hofman CA, Breitburg D, Lockwood R, Henkes G, Kellogg ML, Lowery D, Luckenbach MW, Mann R, Ogburn MB, Southworth M, Wah J, Wesson J, Hines AH (2016) Millennial-scale sustainability of the Chesapeake Bay Native American oyster fishery.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113: 6568-6573.

Kellogg ML, Smyth AR, Luckenbach MW, Carmichael RH, Brown BL, Cornwell C, Piehler MF, Owens MS, Dalrymple DJ, Higgins CB (2014) Use of oysters to mitigate eutrophication in coastal waters.  Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science 151: 156-168.  Invited Feature Article.

Gedan, KB, ML Kellogg, Breitburg DL (2014) Accounting for multiple foundation species in oyster reef restoration benefits.  Restoration Ecology 22: 517–524.

Kellogg ML, Cornwell JC, Owens MS, Paynter KT (2013) Denitrification and nutrient assimilation on a restored oyster reef.  Marine Ecology Progress Series 480: 1-19. Feature Article.

Harwell HD, Kingsley-Smith PR, Kellogg ML, Allen SM, Allen SK Jr., Meritt DW, Paynter KT Jr, Luckenbach MW (2010)  A comparison of Crassostrea virginica and C. ariakensis in Chesapeake Bay: Does oyster species affect habitat function?  Journal of Shellfish Research 29(2): 253-269.

North EW, King DM, Xu J, Hood RR, Newell RIE, Paynter KT, Kellogg ML, Liddel MK, Boesch DF (2010) Linking optimization and ecological models in a decision support tool for oyster restoration and management. Ecological Applications 20(3): 851-866.

Kingsley-Smith PR, Harwell HD, Kellogg ML, Allen SM, Allen SK Jr, Meritt DW, Paynter KT Jr, Luckenbach MW (2009) Survival and growth of triploid Crassostrea virginica (Gmelin, 1791) and C. ariakensis (Fujita, 1913) in bottom environments of Chesapeake Bay: Implication for an introduction. Journal of Shellfish Research 28(2): 169-184.

Stallknecht DE, Howerth EW, Kellogg ML, Quist C, Pisell T (1997)  In vitro replication of epizootic hemorrhagic and bluetongue viruses in white-tailed deer peripheral blood mononuclear cells and virus-cell association during in vivo infections.  Journal of Wildlife Diseases 33(3): 574-583.

Stallknecht, DE, Kellogg ML, Blue JL, Pearson JE (1991) Antibodies to bluetongue and epizootic hemorrhagic disease virus in a barrier island white-tailed deer population.  Journal of Wildlife Diseases 27(4): 668-674.