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Peer-reviewed Publications
A.C. Lohmann*, D.E. Evangelista, L.D. Waldrop, C. Mah, T.L. Hedrick. In press. Covering ground: a look at movement patterns and random walk behavior in Aquilonastra sea stars. Biological Bulletin.

L.D. Waldrop, M.A.R. Koehl. Do terrestrial hermit crabs sniff? Air ow and odorant capture by icking antennules. 2016. Journal of the Royal Society Interface 13(114): 20150850.

L.D. Waldrop, L.A. Miller.
2015. Large Amplitude Short Wave Peristalsis and Its Implications for Transport. Biomechanics and Modeling in Mechanobiology 15(3): 629-642.

A. Baird, L.D. Waldrop, L.A. Miller.
2015. Neuromechanical pumping: boundary exibility and traveling depolarization waves drive ow within valveless, tubular hearts. Japan Journal of Industrial and Applied Mathematics 32(3): 829-846.

L.D. Waldrop, M.A. Reidenbach, M.A.R. Koehl.
2015. Flexibility of crab chemosensory hairs enables flicking antennules to sniff. Biological Bulletin 229(2): 185-198.

L.D. Waldrop, L.A. Miller.
2015. The role of the pericardium in the valveless, tubular heart of the tunicate, Ciona savignyi. Journal of Experimental Biology 218(17): 2753-2763.

L.D. Waldrop, S. Adolph, E. Braley, C.G. Diniz Behn, J.A. Drew, J. Jungck, R. Full, L. Gross, B. Shtylla, L.A. Miller.
2015. Using active learning to teach concepts and quantitative methods is quantitative biology. Integrative and Comparative Biology 55(5): 933-948.

L.D. Waldrop, M. Hann*, A. Henry*, A. Kim*, A. Punjabi*, M.A.R. Koehl.
2015. Ontogenetic changes in the olfactory antennules of the shore crab, Hemigrapsus oregonensis, maintain sniffing function during growth. Journal of the Royal Society Interface 12: 20141077

L.D. Waldrop, R.M. Bantay*, Q.V. Nguyen*.
2014. Scaling of olfactory antennae of the terrestrial hermit crabs Coenobita rugosus and Coenobita perlatus during ontogeny. PeerJ 2:e535.

L.D. Waldrop.
2013. Ontogenetic scaling of the olfactory antennae and flicking behavior of the shore crab, Hemigrapsus oregonensis. Chemical Senses 38(6): 541-550.

L.D. Waldrop, L.A. Miller, S. Khatri.
A tale of two antennules: The performance of crab odor- capture organs in air and water. In revision.

C. Strickland, L. Bourouiba, C.S. Brown, L.M. Childs, J. Delaney, A.M. Ho, E.W. Jenkins, N. Kristensen, S. Kumar, V. Pasour, J.E. Samson, P.D. Shipman, D. Taylor, L.D. Waldrop, L.A. Miller.
The fluid physics of long distance dispersal and its significance to ecology and epidemiology. Submitted.

* Undergraduate Researchers