Publications

 

Thesis & Dissertation

D.A Horn,  E.L. Granek and C.L. Steele.  Impacts of Environmentally-Relevant Concentrations of Polyethylene Rope on Pacific Mole Crab (Emerita analoga)Development and Lifespan.  This article is an invited paper to the Special Issue: Microplastics in Marine and Freshwater Organisms: Presence and Potential Effects. Limnology and Oceanography Letters Invited (2019)

 

D.A. Horn,  M.R. Miller, S. Anderson, C.L. Steele.  Microplastics are ubiquitous on California beaches and enter the coastal food web through consumption by Pacific mole crabs Marine Pollution Bulletin (2019)

 

 

Refereed Articles & Book Chapters

Jennifer F. Provencher, Sarah Y. Au, Dorothy Horn, Mark L. Mallory, Tony R. Walker, Joshua Kurek, Lisa M. Erdle, Judith S. Weis, and Amy Lusher. Animals and microplastics: ingestion, transport, breakdown, and trophic transfer. Polluting Textiles: The Problem with Microfibres. Routledge. Weis, J. S., De Falco, F., & Cocca, M. (Eds.). (2022)

Hardy, Carole Lee; de Rivera, Catherine E.; Bliss-Ketchum, Leslie L.; Butler, Eric; Dissanayake, Sahan; Horn, Dorothy; Huffine, Benjamin; Temple, Amanda; Vermeulen, Michael & Wallace, Hailey. A framework for transformative change for functional urban ecosystems: incorporating ecosystem connectivity into planning for livable cities. Ecology and Society (2022)

 

Butler, Eric; Bliss-Ketchum, Leslie; de Rivera, Catherine; Dissanayake, Sahan; Hardy, Carole; Horn, Dorothy; Huffine, Ben; Temple, Amanda; Vermeulen, Michael; and Wallace, Hailey. The Ecosystem Services of Connectivity (2022)

 

Jennifer F. Provencher, Garth A. Covernton, Rhiannon C. Moore, Dorothy A. Horn,

Jeremy L. Conkle, Amy L. Lusher.  Proceed with caution: The need to raise the publication bar for microplastics research. Science of the Total Environment (2020)

 

Amy L Ehrhart, Elise F Granek, Max Nielsen-Pincus, Dorothy Horn. Drug take-back boxes affect customer behavior and pharmacist recommendations regarding leftover drug disposal. Environmental Health Perspectives (2020)

 

Amy Valine, Ashley Peterson, Dorothy Horn, Kaegan Scully-Engelmeyer, Elise Granek. Microplastic Prevalence in Four Oregon Rivers. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry Environmental Science and Technology (2020)

 

Britta Baechler, Cheyenne Stienbarger, Dorothy Horn, Jincy Joseph, Alison Taylor, Elise Granek, Susanne Brander.  Current Evidence; This article is an invited paper to the Special Issue: Microplastics in Marine and Freshwater Organisms: Presence and Potential Effects. Limnology and Oceanography Letters Invited (2019)

 

M.R. Miller, D.A. Horn, C.L. Steele, S. Anderson, C. Hanna. Ventura County Marine Debris Trends:30 Years of Change on Mainland and Channel Island Beaches. Western North American Naturalist Volume 78, Number 4 (2018)

 

Manuscripts in Preparation

R Cartwright, Ed Lyman, A Venema, J Curie, S. Stacks, D Horn. Tending the sick;      Observations of epimeletic behavior in humpback whales, Megaptera novaeangliae, directed towards entangled conspecifics.  (In Review)

 

 

Dorothy Horn, Clare Steele, Abie Ilias, Jackelyn Lang, Jenessa Gjeltema and Catherine de Rivera. Anthropogenic pollution effects on Pacific mole crabs (Emerita analoga) predator avoidance behavior and reproductive output. (2023)

 

Dorothy Horn ,Karol Ulate, Paolo Morales-Vásquez, Katherine Coy-Peña, Joseph Gayaldo, Elise Granek, Jerry Keir,  Donald Rodriguez, Catherine de Rivera. Microplastic contamination in nearshore fish and crabs along Tamarindo Bay, Costa Rica. (2023)

 

Dorothy Horn, Steve Rumrill, Elizabeth Perotti, Abie Illias, Clare Steele, Catherine deRivera. Diversity of microplastic types and partitioning withing body parts of Dungeness Crab (Metacarcinus magister). (2023)

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