Publications Amanda





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

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

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

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

Pettersen, A.K., White, C.R., Bryson-Richardson, R.J. & Marshall, D.J. (2017). Does the cost of development scale allometrically with offspring size? Functional Ecology 32, 762-772.

Gimenez, L., Torres, G., Pettersen, A.K., Burrows, M.T., Estevez, A. & Jenkins, S.R. (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.

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

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

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

Pettersen, A.K., Turchini, G.M., Jahangard, S., Ingram, B.A. & Sherman, C.D.H. (2010). Effects of different dietary microalgae on survival, growth, settlement and fatty acid composition of blue mussel (Mytilus galloprovincialis) larvae. Aquaculture 309 (1), 115-124.