PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS (.pdf available upon request)
A Barner, F Chan, A Hettinger, S Hacker, BA Menge, and K Marshall. 2018. Generality in multispecies responses to ocean acidification revealed through multiple hypothesis testing. Global Change Biology 24, 4464-4477.
L Gross, A Hettinger, JW Moore, and L Neeley. 2018. Conservation stories from the front lines. PLoS Biology 16(2), e2005226.
AK Spalding, K Biedenweg, A Hettinger, and MP Nelson. 2017. Demystifying the human dimension of ecological research. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 15, 119.
BB Hughes, et al. [27 co-authors, students and post-docs listed alphabetically]. 2017. Long-term ecological studies contribute disproportionately to ecology and policy. BioScience 67, 271-281. (Cover story)
E Sanford, B Gaylord, A Hettinger, EA Lenz, K Meyer, and TM Hill. 2014. Ocean acidification increases the vulnerability of native oysters to predation by invasive snails. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 281, 20132681.
A Hettinger, E Sanford, TM Hill, JD Hosfelt, AD Russell, and B Gaylord. 2013. The influence of food supply on the response of Olympia oyster larvae to ocean acidification. Biogeosciences 10, 6629–6638.
A Hettinger, E Sanford, TM Hill, EA Lenz, AD Russell, and B Gaylord. 2013. Larval carry-over effects from ocean acidification persist in the natural environment. Global Change Biology 19, 3317–3326.
A Hettinger, E Sanford, TM Hill, AD Russell, KNS Sato, J Hoey, M Forsch, H.N. Page, and B. Gaylord. 2012. Persistent carry-over effects of planktonic exposure to ocean acidification in the Olympia oyster. Ecology 93, 2758–2768. (100+ citations)
*I won two awards for my presentation of the above work: Best Student Paper Award, 2009 Western Society of Naturalists Annual Meeting; Outstanding Student Paper Award, 2008 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting*
M Denny, KM Dorgan, D Evangelista, A Hettinger, JJ Leichter, W Ruder, and I Gefen Tuval. 2011. Anchor ice and benthic disturbance in shallow Antarctic waters: interspecific variation in initiation and propagation of ice crystals. Biological Bulletin 221, 155–163. (Cover story)
SM Brander, RE Fontana, TM Mata, SA Gravem, A Hettinger, JR Bean, A Szoboszlai, C Keiper, and M Marrero. 2011. The ecotoxicology of marine debris. The American Biology Teacher 73, 474–478.
B Gaylord, TM Hill, E Sanford, EA Lenz, LA Jacobs, KN Sato, AD Russell, and A Hettinger. 2011. Ocean acidification reduces larval shell strength and growth in a competitively dominant foundation species. Journal of Experimental Biology 214, 2586–2594.
JF Bruno, LE Petes, CD Harvell, and A Hettinger. 2003. Nutrient enrichment can increase the severity of coral diseases. Ecology Letters 6, 1056–1061. (500+ citations)
A Hettinger and TM Hill. 2010. Physical Effects of Climate Change: Ocean Acidification. Section 3.6.2. in Climate Change Site Scenario Document: Gulf of the Farallones and Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuaries. Eds. J Largier, B Cheng, and K Higgason.