Publications

David E. Cade*, Nicholas Carey*, Paolo Domenici, Jean Potvin, and Jeremy A. Goldbogen. 2020. Predator-informed looming stimulus experiments reveal how large filter feeding whales capture highly maneuverable forage fish.

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 117(1), 472–78. https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1911099116

* = Co-lead authors

Associated Github repo found here

Januar Harianto*, Nicholas Carey*, and Maria Byrne. 2019. respR — An R Package for the Manipulation and Analysis of Respirometry Data. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 10(6), 912–920. 10.1111/2041-210X.13162.

* = Co-lead authors

Associated Github repo found here

Benjamin P. Burford, Nicholas Carey, William F. Gilly, and Jeremy A. Goldbogen. 2019. Grouping Reduces the Metabolic Demand of a Social Squid. Marine Ecology Progress Series 612: 141–50. 10.3354/meps12880.

Nicholas Carey & Jeremy Goldbogen. 2017. Kinematics of ram filter feeding and beat–glide swimming in the northern anchovy Engraulis mordax. Journal of Experimental Biology, 220(15). 10.1242/jeb.158337

Julia D. Sigwart, Lauren H. Sumner-Rooney, James Dickey, Nicholas Carey. 2017. The scaphopod foot is ventral: more evidence from the anatomy of Rhabdus rectius (Carpenter, 1864) (Dentaliida: Rhabdidae). Molluscan Research, 37(2). 

10.1080/13235818.2016.1257970

Nicholas Carey, Januar Harianto, Maria Byrne. 2016. Sea urchins in a high CO₂ world: partitioned effects of body-size, ocean warming and acidification on metabolic rate. Journal of Experimental Biology, 219(8). 10.1242/jeb.136101

Nicholas Carey, Sam Dupont, Julia D. Sigwart. 2016. The sea hare Aplysia punctata (Mollusca: Gastropoda) can maintain shell calcification under extreme ocean acidification. Biological Bulletin, 231(2). 10.1086\690094

Nicholas Carey & Julia D. Sigwart. 2014. Size matters: plasticity in metabolic scaling shows body-size may modulate responses to climate change. Biology Letters, 10(8), 20140408. 10.1098/rsbl.2014.0408

Nicholas Carey, Sam T. Dupont, Bengt Lundve, Julia D. Sigwart. 2014. One size fits all: stability of metabolic scaling under warming and ocean acidification in echinoderms. Marine Biology, 161(9). 10.1007/s00227-014-2493-8

Julia D. Sigwart, Nicholas Carey. 2014. Grazing under experimental hypercapnia and elevated temperature does not affect the radulae of a chiton (Mollusca, Polyplacophora, Lepidopleurida). Marine Environmental Research, 102. 

10.1016/j.marenvres.2014.05.004

Julia D. Sigwart, Nicholas Carey, Patrick Orr. 2014. How subtle are the biases that shape the fidelity of the fossil record? A test using marine molluscs. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 403, 119–127.  

10.1016/j.palaeo.2014.02.025

Nicholas Carey, Julia D. Sigwart, Jeffrey G. Richards. 2013. Economies of scaling: More evidence that allometry of metabolism is linked to activity, metabolic rate and habitat. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology & Ecology, 439. 

10.1016/j.jembe.2012.10.013

Nicholas Carey, Alexander Galkin, Patrik Henriksson, Jeffrey G. Richards, Julia D. Sigwart. 2013. Variation in oxygen consumption among ‘living fossils’ (Mollusca: Polyplacophora). Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the UK, 93, 197-207. 10.1017/S0025315412000653

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