*Indicates undergraduate student at the time research was conducted.
22. Factors limiting oyster growth in Willapa Bay, Washington, evaluated with in situ feeding experiments. AT Lowe, JL Ruesink. Heliyon 7(1): e05878. 2021.
21. Uchin Searchin': Red sea urchins and drift kelp found at 284 m in the mesophotic zone. Lowe AT, AWE Galloway. Ciencias Marinas 46(4): 283-296. Western Society of Naturalists Special Issue. 2020.
20. Ghost factors of laboratory carbonate chemistry are haunting our
experiments. Galloway AWE, G von Dassow, JB Schram, T Klinger, TM Hill, AT Lowe, F Chan,
RM Yoshioka, KJ Kroeker.The Biological Bulletin 239(3): 183-188. DOI:
19. Active learning narrows achievement gaps for underrepresented students in undergraduate science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Theobald EJ, M Hill, E Tran, S Agrawal, EN Arroyo, S Behling, N Chambwee, DL Cintrón, J Cooper, G Dunster, J Grummer, K Hennessey, J Hsiao, N Iranon, LJones III, H Jordt, M Keller*, M Lacey, C Littlefield, AT Lowe, S Newman, V Okolo, Savannah Oldroyd, B Peecook, S Pickett, D Slager, I Caviedes Solis, KE Stanchak, V Sundaravardan, C Valdebenito, C Williams, K Zinsli, S Freeman. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1916903117. 2020.
18. Feces as food: the nutritional value of urchin feces and implications for benthic consumers. Dethier MN, G Hoins*, J Kobelt*, AT Lowe, AWE Galloway, JB Schram, M Raymore*, DO Duggins. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 514-515: 95-102. 2019.
17. Pacific geoduck (Panopea generosa) resilience to natural pH variation. LH Spencer, M Horwith, AT Lowe, YR Venkataraman, E Timmins-Schiffman, BL Nunn, SB Roberts. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology - Part D: Genomics and Proteomics 30: 91-101. 2019.
16. Characterization of Pacific oyster (Crassostrea gigas) proteomic response to natural environmental differences. YR Venkataraman, E Timmins-Schiffman, M
Horwith, AT Lowe, BL Nunn, B Vadopalas, SB Roberts. Marine Ecology Progress Series 610: 65-81. 2019.
15. Comparison of shallow-water seston among biogenic habitats on tidal flats. JL Ruesink, C Donoghue, M Horwith, AT Lowe, AC Trimble. PeerJ 7:e6616. 2019.
14. Ecosystem metabolism drives pH variability and modulates long-term ocean acidification in the NE Pacific coastal ocean. AT Lowe, J Bos, JL Ruesink. Scientific Reports 9(1): 963. 2019.
13. Ability of eelgrass to alter oyster physiology and growth is spatially limited and offset by increasing predation risk. AT Lowe, J Kobelt*, M Horwith, JL Ruesink. Estuaries and Coasts 42: 743-754. DOI: 10.1007/s12237-018-00488-9. 2019.
12. Gut content, fatty acid, and stable isotope analyses reveal dietary sources of macroalgal-associated amphipods along the western Antarctic Peninsula. Aumack CF, AT Lowe, CD Amsler, MO Amsler, JB McClintock, BJ Baker. Polar Biology 40 (7). DOI: 10.1007/s00300-016-2061-4. 2016.
11. Improved marine POM availability and increased pH related to freshwater influence in an inland sea. AT Lowe, EA Roberts, AWE Galloway. Limnology and Oceanography 61(6): 2122-2138. Open access. DOI: 10.1002/lno.10357. 2016.
10. Islands in the stream: kelp detritus as faunal magnets. Duggins DO, M Gomez-Buckley, R Buckley, AT Lowe, AWE Galloway, MN Dethier. Marine Biology 163:17. 2016.
9. Sedentary urchins influence benthic community composition below the macroalgal zone. AT Lowe, R Whippo*, AWE Galloway, KH Britton-Simmons and MN Dethier. Marine Ecology 36(2): 129-140. 2015.
8. Degrading detritus: Changes in food quality of aging kelp tissue varies with species. MN Dethier, AS Brown*, S Burgess*, ME Eisenlord*, AWE Galloway, J Kimber*, AT Lowe, CM O'Neil*, WW Raymond*, EA Sosik, DO Duggins. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 460: 72-79. 2014.
7. Degradation state of algal diets affects fatty acid composition but not size of urchin gonads. Raymond WW, AT Lowe, AWE Galloway. Marine Ecology Progress Series 509: 213-225. 2014.
6. Broad sampling and diverse biomarkers allow characterization of nearshore particulate organic matter. AT Lowe, AWE Galloway, JS Yeung*, MN Dethier, DO Duggins. Oikos 123(11): 1341-1354. DOI: 10.1111/oik.01392. 2014.
5. Fatty acid and stable isotope biomarkers suggest microbe-induced differences in benthic food webs between depths. Galloway AWE, AT Lowe, EA Sosik, JS Yeung*, DO Duggins. Limnology and Oceanography 58: 1451-1462. 2013.
4. Simulating larval Antarctic krill growth and condition factor during fall and winter in response to environmental variability. AT Lowe, RM Ross, LB Quetin, M Vernet, CH Fritsen. Marine Ecology Progress Series 452: 27-43. 2012.
3. Primary Production throughout austral fall, during a time of decreasing daylength in the western Antarctic Peninsula. Vernet M, WA Kozlowski, LR Yarmey, AT Lowe, RM Ross, LB Quetin, CH Fritsen. Marine Ecology Progress Series 452: 45-61. 2012.
2. Habitat and Bathymetry influence the landscape-scale distribution and abundance of drift macrophytes and associated invertebrates. Britton-Simmons KH, AL Rhoades, RE Pacunski, AWE Galloway, AT Lowe, EA Sosik, MN Dethier, DO Duggins. Limnology and Oceanography 57(1): 176-184. 2012
1. Cultural consensus of fisherman’s and scientists’ knowledge of the spiny dogfish in Puget Sound: a first step toward policy. Miller ML, AT Lowe*, VF Gallucci. In: Biology and Management of Dogfish Sharks. Eds: Gallucci, Vincent F, G A. McFarlane, and Gregory G. Bargmann. Bethesda, Md: American Fisheries Society, 2009.