17) J. Harrison, A. Biewener, J.R. Bernhardt, J.R. Burger, J.H. Brown, Z.N. Coto, M.E. Duell, M. Lynch, E. Moffet, T. Norin, A.K. Pettersen, F. Smith, U.S. Somjee, J.F.A. Traniello, T. Williams (In Press). White paper: An integrated perspective on the causes of hypometric metabolic scaling in animals. Integrative and Comparative Biology.

16) A.K. Pettersen, L. Schuster, N.B. Metcalfe (2022). The evolution of offspring size: a metabolic scaling perspective. Integrative and Comparative Biology. icac076. PDF

15) Gipson, S.A.Y., A.K. Pettersen, L. Heffernan, M.D. Hall (2022). Host sex modulates the energetics of pathogen proliferation and its dependence on environmental resources. American Naturalist. 199 (5), 186-196. PDF

14) A.K. Pettersen, M.A. Coleman, G. Latombe, S.Vadillo Gonzalez, N. Williams, J. Seymour, A.H. Campbell, T. Thomas, R. Ferrari, R.D. Stuart-Smith, G.J. Edgar, P.D. Steinberg, E.M. Marzinelli (2022). Spatial compositional turnover varies with trophic level and body size in marine assemblages of micro- and macroorganisms. Global Ecology and Biogeography. 31, 1556-1570. PDF

13) A.K. Pettersen, E.M. Marzinelli, P.D. Steinberg, M.A. Coleman (2021). Impact of marine protected areas on temporal stability of fish species diversity. Conservation Biology.

12) A.K. Pettersen (2020). Countergradient variation in reptiles: thermal sensitivity of developmental and metabolic rates across locally adapted populations. Frontiers in Physiology. 11:547. PDF

11) A.K. Pettersen, M.D. Hall, C.R. White, and D.J. Marshall (2020). Metabolic rate, context-dependent selection, and the competition-colonisation trade-off. Evolution Letters. 4, 333-344. PDF

10) D.J. Marshall, A.K. Pettersen, M. Bode, and C.R. White. (2020). Developmental Cost Theory predicts thermal environment and vulnerability to global warming. Nature Ecology & Evolution. 4 (3), 406-411. PDF

9) A.K. Pettersen, C.R. White, R.J. Bryson-Richardson, and D.J. Marshall (2019). Linking life-history theory and metabolic theory explains the offspring size-temperature relationship. Ecology Letters. 22, 518-526. PDF

8) D.J. Marshall, A.K. Pettersen, and H. Cameron (2018). A global synthesis of the eco-evolutionary dynamics of offspring size variation. Functional Ecology. 32 (6), 1436-1446. PDF

7) A.K. Pettersen, C.R. White, and D.J. Marshall (2018). Understanding variation in metabolic rate. Journal of Experimental Biology. 221, 1. PDF

6) A.K. Pettersen, C.R. White, R.J. Bryson-Richardson, and D.J. Marshall (2017). Does the cost of development scale allometrically with offspring size? Functional Ecology. 00, 1-11. PDF

5) L. Gimenez, G. Torres, A.K. Pettersen, M.T. Burrows, A. Estevez, and S.R. Jenkins (2017). Scale-dependent natural variation in larval nutrition reserves in a marine invertebrate: implications for recruitment and cross-ecosystem coupling. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 570, 141-155. PDF

4) A.K. Pettersen, C.R. White, and D.J. Marshall (2016). Metabolic rate covaries with fitness and the pace of the life history in the field. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 283 (1831), 20160323. PDF

3) G. Torres, L. Gimenez, A.K. Pettersen, M. Bue, M.T. Burrows, and S.R. Jenkins (2016). Persistent and context-dependent effects of the larval feeding environment on post-metamorphic performance through the adult stageMarine Ecology Progress Series. 545, 147-160. PDF

2) A.K. Pettersen, C.R. White, and D.J. Marshall (2015). Why does offspring size affect performance? Integrating metabolic scaling with life-history theory. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 282 (1819), 20151946. PDF

1) A.K. Pettersen, G.M Turchini, S. Jahangard, B.A Ingram, and C.D.H Sherman (2010). Effects of different dietary microalgae on survival, growth, settlement and fatty acid composition of blue mussel (Mytilus galloprovincialis) larvae. Aquaculture. 309 (1). PDF