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Morley SA Chien-Hsian L, Clarke A, Tan KS,Thorne MAS, Peck LS In Press Limpet feeding rate and the consistency of physiological response to temperature. J Comp Physiol

Morley SA, Bates AE, Lamare M, Richard J, Nguyen KD, Brown J, Peck LS In Press Rates of warming and the global sensitivity of shallow marine invertebrates to elevated temperature. J Mar Biol Ass UK

Convey P, Chown SL, Clarke A, Barnes DKA, Bokhorst S, Cummings V, Ducklow HW, Frati F, Green TGA, Gordon S, Griffiths HJ, Howard-Williams C, Huiskes Ad HL, Laybourn-Parry J, Lyons WB, McMinn A, Morley SA, Peck LS, Quesada A, Robinson SA, Schiaparelli S, Diana Wall DH 2014 The spatial structure of Antarctic biodiversity. Ecol Mon 84:203-244

Morley SA, Belchier M, Sands C, Barnes, DKA, Peck, LS 2014 Geographic isolation and physiological mechanisms underpinning species distributions at the range limit hotspot of South Georgia Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 24:485-492.

Watson S-A, Morley SA, Bates AE, Clark MS, Day RW, Lamare M, Martin SM, Southgate PC, Tan K-S, Tyler PA, Peck LS 2014 Low global sensitivity of metabolic rate to temperature in calcified marine invertebrates Oecologia 174:45-54

Peck LS, Morley SA, Richard J, Clark MS 2014 Acclimation and thermal tolerance in Antarctic marine ectotherms. J Exp Biol 217:16-22

Bates AE, McKelvie CM, Sorte CJB, Morley SA, Jones NAR, Mondon JA, Bird TJ, Quinn G. 2013 Geographic Range, Heat Tolerance, and Invasion Success in Aquatic Species. Proc Roy Soc B 280 (1772)

González-Wevar CA, Saucède T, Morley SA, Chown SL, Poulin E 2013 Extinction and recolonization of maritime Antarctica in the limpet Nacella concinna (Strebel, 1908) during the last glacial cycle: toward a model of Quaternary biogeography in shallow Antarctic invertebrates Mol Ecol 22: 5221-5236

Obermüller BE, Truebano M, Peck LS, Eastman JT, Morley SA 2013. Reduced seasonality in elemental CHN composition of Antarctic marine benthic predators and scavengers JEMBE 446: 328-333.Morley, S.A., Belchier, M., Sands, Barnes, DKA, Peck, L.S. In Press Geographic isolation and physiological mechanisms underpinning species distributions at the range limit hotspot of South Georgia Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries.

Morley SA, Martin SM, Day RW, Ericson J, Lai C-H, Lamare M, Tan K-S, Thorne MAS, Peck LS (2012) Thermal reaction norms and the scale of temperature variation: latitudinal vulnerability of intertidal Nacellid limpets to climate change. PLoS One 7: e52818

Harper EM, Clark MA, Hoffman JI, Philipp ER, Peck LS, Morley SA (2012) Iceberg scour and shell damage in the Antarctic bivalve Laternula elliptica PLoS One 7(9): e46341

Watson S-A, Peck LS, Tyler PA, Southgate PC, Tan KS, Day RW, Morley SA (2012) Latitudinal gradients in calcareous marine invertebrate skeletons. Glob Change Biol 18: 3026–3038

Richard J, Morley, SA, Deloffre, J, Peck LS (2012) Acclimation capacity for four Arctic marine benthic species. J Exp Mar Biol Ecol 424: 38-43.

Morley SA, Martin SM, Bates, AE, Clark MS, Ericson J, Lamare M, Peck LS (2012) Spatial and temporal variation in the heat tolerance limits of two abundant Southern Ocean invertebrates. Mar Ecol Prog Ser. 450: 81-92.

Morley SA, Hirse T, Thorne MAS, Pörtner HO, Peck LS (2012) Physiological plasticity, long term resistance or acclimation to temperature, in the Antarctic bivalve, Laternula elliptica. Comp Biochem Physiol A. 162: 16-21.

Richard J, Morley SA, Peck LS (2012) Upper temperature limits in temperate marine species: a macrophysiological view. PloS One. 7: e34655.

Nguyen KD, Morley SA, Lai C-H, Clark MS, Tan KS, Bates AE, Peck LS (2011) Upper temperature limits of
tropical marine ectotherms: Global warming implications PLOS One 6(12) e29340.

Lai CH, Morley SA, Tan KS, Peck LS (2011) Thermal niche separation in two sympatric tropical intertidal Laternula (Bivalvia: Anomalodesmata). J Exp Mar Biol Ecol 405, 68-72.

Obermüller, BO, Morley SA, Clark MS, Barnes DKA, Peck LS (2011) Antarctic intertidal limpet ecophysiology: A winter-summer comparison. J Exp Mar Biol Ecol 403, 39-45.

Barnes DKA, Kuklinski P, Jackson JA, Keel GW, Morley SA, Winston JE (2011) Scott’s collections help reveal accelerating marine life growth in Antarctica. Current Biol 22(4) R148.

Morley SA, Lemmon V, Obermüller B E, Spicer JI, Peck LS (2011) Duration tenacity: a method for assessing acclimatory capacity of the Antarctic limpet, Nacella concinna. J Exp Mar Biol Ecol 399: 39-42

Morley, SA, Griffiths, HJ, Barnes, DKA, Peck, LS (2010b) South Georgia: a key location for linking
physiological capacity to distributional changes in response to climate change. Ant Science.22, 774-781.

Ericson JA, Lamare MD, Morley SA, Barker MF (2010) The response of two ecologically important Antarctic invertebrates (Sterechinus neumayeri and Parborlasia corrugates) to reduced seawater pH: effects on fertilisation and embryonic development. Mar Biol 157: 2689-2702.

Obermüller BO, Morley SA, Barnes DKA, Peck LS (2010) Seasonal physiology and ecology of Antarctic marine benthic predators and scavengers. Mar Ecol Prog Ser 415: 109-126.

Peck LS, Morley SA, Clark MS (2010). Poor acclimation capacities in Antarctic marine ectotherms. Mar Biol. 157:2051-2059.

Lurman GJ, Blaser T, Lamare M, Tan KS, Pörtner H, Peck LS, Morley SA (2010) Ultrastructure of pedal muscle as a function of temperature in nacellid limpets. Mar Biol 157: 1705-1712.

Morley SA, Clark MS, Peck LS (2010a) Depth gradients in shell morphology correlate with thermal limits for activity and ice disturbance in Antarctic limpets J Exp Mar Biol Ecol 390: 1-5.

Barnes DKA, Peck LS, Morley SA (2010) Ecological relevance of laboratory determined temperature limits: colonization potential, biogeography and resilience of Antarctic invertebrates to environmental change. Glob Change Biol 16:3164-3169.

Lurman GJ, Blaser T, Lamare M, Peck LS, Morley SA (2010) Mitochondrial plasticity in brachiopod (Liothyrella spp.) smooth adductor muscle as a result of season and latitude. Mar Biol, 157:907-913.

Morley SA, Tan KS, Day RW, Martin SM, Pörtner HO, Peck LS (2009c) Thermal dependency of burrowing in three species within the bivalve genus Laternula: a latitudinal comparison. Mar Biol, 156: 1977-1984

Peck LS, Clark MS, Morley SA, Masssey A, Rossetti H (2009) Animal temperature limits and ecological
relevance: effects of size, activity and rates of change. Funct Ecol 23: 248-256

Morley SA, Hirse T, Pörtner HO, Peck LS (2009b) Geographical variation in thermal tolerance within Southern
Ocean marine ectotherms. Comp Biochem Physiol A 153: 154-161

Morley S.A, Lurman GJ, Skepper J, Pörtner HO, Peck LS (2009a) Thermal plasticity of mitochondria: a
latitudinal comparison between Southern Ocean molluscs. Comp Biochem Physiol A 152: 423-430.

Peck L S, Morley SA, Pörtner HO, Clark MS (2007) Thermal limits of burrowing capacity are linked to oxygen availability in the Antarctic clam Laternula elliptica Oecologia 154: 479-484

Morley SA, Peck LS, Miller AJ, Pörtner HO (2007b) Hypoxia tolerance associated with activity reduction is a key adaptation for Laternula elliptica seasonal energetics. Oecologia. 153: 29-36

Morley SA, Peck LS, Tan KS, Martin SM Pörtner HO (2007a) Slowest of the slow: latitudinal insensitivity of burrowing capacity in the bivalve Laternula. Mar Biol. 151: 1823-1830.

Atkinson D, Morley SA, Hughes RN (2006) From cells to colonies: At what levels of body organization does the "temperature-size rule" apply? Evol and Develop 8: 202-214.

Morley SA, Belchier M, Dickson J, Mulvey T (2006) Reproductive strategies of the sub-Antarctic lithodid crabs vary with habitat depth. Polar Biol 29: 581-584 DOI 10.1007/s00300-005-0091-4

Rogers AD, Morley S, Fitzcharles E, Jarvis K, Belchier M (2006) Genetic structure of Patagonian toothfish (Dissostichus eleginoides) populations on the Patagonian shelf and Atlantic and western Indian Ocean Sectors of the Southern Ocean. Mar Biol 149: 915-924 DOI 10.1007/s00227-006-0256-x.

Barnes DKA, Linse K, Waller C, Morley SA, Enderlein P, Fraser KPP, Brown M (2006) Shallow benthic fauna communities of South Georgia Island. Polar Biology. 29: 223-228. DOI 10.1007/s00300-005-0042-0.

Morley SA, Belchier M, Dickson J, Mulvey T (2005) Daily otolith increment validation in larval mackerel icefish, Champsocephalus gunnari. Fish Res 75: 200-203.

Hughes RN, Manriquez PH, Bishop JDD, Morley S, Craig SF (2004) Kin or self recognition? Colonial fusibility of the bryozoan Celleporella hyalina. Evol Develop 6: 431-437.

Morley SA, Mulvey T, Dickson J, Belchier M (2004) The biology of the bigeye grenadier at South Georgia. J Fish Biol 64(6): 1514-1529.

Dickson J, Morley SA, Mulvey T (2004) New data on Martialia hyadesi feeding in the Scotia Sea during winter; with emphasis on seasonal and annual variability. J Marine Biological Association of the UK 84: 785-788.

Morley SA, Belchier M (2002) Otolith and body size relationships in bigeye grenadier (Macrourus holotrachys) in CCAMLR subarea 48.3. CCAMLR Science 9: 133-143.

Atkinson D, Morley SA, Wheetman D, Hughes RN (2001) Offspring size responses to maternal temperature in ectotherms In: Environment and animal development (eds.
Atkinson D. and Thorndyke, M.). 269-285. BIOS: Oxford.

Morley SA Batty RS, Geffen AJ, Tytler P (1999) Egg size manipulation: a technique for investigating maternal effects on the hatching characteristics of herring. J Fish Biol 55 (Supp. A): 233-238.

Coombs SH, Conway DVP, Morley SA, Halliday NC (1999) Carbon content and nutritional condition of sardine larvae (Sardina pilchardus) off the Atlantic coast of Spain. Mar Biol 134: 367-373.

Morley SA, Batty RS (1996) The effects of temperature on S-strike feeding of larval herring, Clupea harengus L. Mar Behav Physiol. 28: 123-136.