Burnett, N.P., E. Armstrong, R. Romero, C. Runzel*, R.L. Tanner (In press) Kelp morphology and herbivory are maintained across latitude despite geographic shift in kelp-wounding herbivores. Biological Bulletin. Accepted April 20 2021.
Burnett, N.P., M.A.R. Koehl (In press) Age affects the strain-rate dependence of mechanical properties of kelp tissues. American Journal of Botany. Accepted January 7 2021.
Burnett, N.P., M.A.R. Koehl (2020) Thallus pruning does not enhance survival or growth of a wave-swept kelp. Marine Biology 167(52): 1-12. (PDF)
Sirison, N.*, N.P. Burnett (2020) Turbinaria ornata (Phaeophyta) varies size and strength to maintain environmental safety factor across flow regimes. Journal of Phycology 56: 233-237. (PDF)
Collins, C.L., N.P. Burnett, M.J. Ramsey, K. Wagner, M.L. Zippay. (2020) Physiological responses to heat stress in an invasive mussel Mytilus galloprovincialis depend on tidal habitat. Marine Environmental Research 154: 104849. (PDF)
Burnett, N.P., S.A. Combes (2019) Post-doc interviews in the life sciences: An often-overlooked process that is susceptible to bias. Integrative Organismal Biology 1: 1-7. (Link to open access article)
Burnett, N.P., G. Sarà (2019) Functional responses of intertidal bivalves to repeated sub-lethal, physical disturbances. Marine Environmental Research 147: 32-36. (PDF)
Burnett, N.P., M.A.R. Koehl (2019) Mechanical properties of the wave-swept kelp, Egregia menziesii, change with season, growth rate, and herbivore wounds. Journal of Experimental Biology 222: jeb.190595. (PDF)
Burnett, N.P., M.A.R. Koehl (2018) Knots and tangles weaken kelp fronds while increasing drag forces and epifauna on the kelp. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 508: 13-20. (PDF)
Burnett, N.P., A. Belk* (2018) Compressive strength of Mytilus californianus shell is time-dependent and can influence the potential foraging strategies of predators. Marine Biology 165: 42. (PDF)
Burnett, N.P., M.A.R. Koehl (2017) Pneumatocysts provide buoyancy with minimal effect on drag for kelp in wave-driven flow. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 497: 1-10. (PDF)
Kothari, A.R.*, N.P. Burnett (2017) Herbivores alter plant-wind interactions by acting as a point mass on leaves and by removing leaf tissue. Ecology and Evolution 7: 6884-6893. (PDF)
Burnett, N.P., K.A. Villarta, G.A. Williams (2014) Rasping patterns of the high-shore limpet Cellana grata. Journal of Molluscan Studies 80: 456-459. (PDF)
Burnett, N.P., R. Seabra, M. de Pirro, D.S. Wethey, S. Woodin, B. Helmuth, M.L. Zippay, G. Sarà, C. Monaco, F.P. Lima (2013) An improved non-invasive method for measuring heartbeat of intertidal animals. Limnology and Oceanography: Methods 11 (2): 91-100. (PDF)
Lima, F.P., N.P. Burnett, B. Helmuth, K. Aveni-Deforge, N. Kish, D. S. Wethey (2011) Monitoring the intertidal environment with bio-mimetic devices. Chapter 18 in Advances in Biomimetics ISBN 978-953-7619-X-X. INTECH publishing. (PDF) * Undergraduate co-author
Burnett, N.P., M.A. Badger, S.A. Combes. Wind conditions and route choice affect performance of honeybees flying through versus over an obstacle field.
Burnett, Nicholas; Koehl, M.A.R. (2022), Age affects strain-rate dependence of the mechanical properties of kelp tissue, Dryad, Dataset, https://doi.org/10.25338/B87914
Burnett, Nicholas et al. (2021), Morphology and herbivory of Egregia menziesii at sites from California to Washington, Dryad, Dataset, https://doi.org/10.25338/B89924
Kothari, Adit R.; Burnett, Nicholas P. (2018), Data from: Herbivores alter plant-wind interactions by acting as a point mass on leaves and by removing leaf tissue, Dryad, Dataset, https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.9jg34