Invertebrate Physiology

A.E. Maas, G.L. Lawson, A.J. Bergan and A.M. Tarrant. (2018) Exposure to CO2 influences metabolism, calcification, and gene expression of the thecosome pteropod Limacina retroversa. Journal of Experimental Biology 221(3). Doi: 10.1242/jeb.164400

Z.A. Wang, G.L. Lawson, C. Pilskaln, A.E. Maas. (2017) Seasonal controls of aragonite saturation states and impacts on pteropod abundance in the Gulf of Maine. AGU Oceans 122(1): 372-389.

A.E. Maas, G.L. Lawson, Z.A. Wang. (2016) The metabolic response of thecosome pteropods from the North Atlantic and North Pacific Oceans to high CO2 and low O2. Biogeosciences Discussions 13: 6191-6210.

A.E. Maas, I.T. Jones, A.M. Reitzel, A.M. Tarrant. (2016) Daily cycle in oxygen consumption by the sea anemone Nematostella vectensis Stephenson. Biology Open 5(2).

A.A. Thabet, A.E. Maas, G.L. Lawson, A.M. Tarrant. (2015) Life cycle and early development of the thecosomatous pterapod Limacina retroversa in the Gulf of Maine, including the effect of elevated CO2 levels. Marine Biology 162(11): 2235-2249.

A.E. Maas, G.L. Lawson, A.M. Tarrant. (2015) Transcriptome-wide analysis of the response of the thecosome pteropod Clio pyramidata to short-term CO2 exposure. Comparative Biochem and Phys Part D 16: 1-9.

A.E. Maas, S.L. Frazar, D.M. Outram, et. al. (2014) Fine-scale vertical distribution of macroplankton and micronekton in the Eastern Tropical North Pacific in association with an oxygen minimum zone. J. Plankton Res. 36(6): 1557-1575.

A.E. Maas, L. Blanco-Bercial, G.L. Lawson. (2013) Reexamination of the species assignment of Diacavolinia pteropods using DNA barcoding. PLoS ONE 8(1): e53889.

A.E. Maas, K.F. Wishner, B.A. Seibel. (2012) Metabolic suppression in thecosomatous pteropods as an effect of low temperature and hypoxia in the eastern tropical North Pacific. Mar Biol 159(9): 1955-1967.

B.A. Seibel, A.E. Maas, H.M. Dierssen. (2012) Energetic plasticity underlies a variable response to ocean acidification in the pteropod Limacina helicina antarcticaPLoS ONE 7(4): e30464.

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Dr. Amy Maas
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