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Katija K, Troni G, Daniels J, Lance K, Sherlock RE, Sherman AD, Robison BH (2020). “Revealing enigmatic mucus structures in the deep sea using DeepPIV.” Nature, doi:10.1038/s41586-020-2345-2. [manuscript]

Katija K, Sherlock RE, Sherman AD, Robison BH (2017). “New technology reveals role of giant larvaceans in oceanic carbon cycling.” Science Advances, e1602374. [manuscript]

Katija K*, Choy CA*, Sherlock RE, Sherman AD, Robison BH (2017). “From the surface to the seafloor: How giant larvaceans transport microplastics into the deep sea.” Science Advances, e1700715. [manuscript]


Katija K, Sherman AD, Robison BH (2016). “DeepPIV: Fluid visualizations from the ocean surface to the seafloor.” APS-DFD Gallery of Fluid Motion, doi:10.1103/APS.DFD.2016.GFM.V0085. [video]

Fossette S, Katija K, Goldbogen JA, Bograd S, Patry W, Howard MJ, Knowles T, Haddock SHD, Bedell L, Hazen EL, Robison BH, Mooney TA, Shorter KA, Bastian T, Gleiss AC (2016). “How to tag a jellyfish? A methodological review and guidelines to successful jellyfish tagging.” Journal of Plankton Research, doi:10.1093/plankt/fbw073. [manuscript]

Katija K (2015). “Morphology alters fluid transport and the ability of organisms to mix oceanic waters.” Journal of Integrative and Comparative Biology, 55(4): 698-705. [manuscript]

Mooney, T.A.*, K. Katija*, K.A. Shorter*, T. Hurst, J. Fontes, and P. Afonso (2015). “ITAG: An eco-sensor for fine-scale behavioral measurements of soft-bodied marine invertebrates.” Animal Biotelemetry, 3: 31. [manuscript]

Katija K, S.P. Colin, J.H. Costello, and H. Jiang (2015). “Ontogenetic propulsive transitions by medusae Sarsia tubulosa.” Journal of Experimental Biology, 218: 2333-2343. [manuscript]

Lucas K, Colin SP, Costello JH, Katija K, Klos E (2013). “Fluid interactions that enable stealth predation by the upstream foraging hydromedusa Craspedacusta sowerbyi.” Biological Bulletin, vol. 225(1), pp. 60-70. [manuscript]

Katija K, Jiang H (2013). “Swimming by medusae Sarsia tubulosa in the viscous vortex ring limit.” Limnology and Oceanography: Fluids and Environments, vol. 3, pp. 103-118. [manuscript]

Colin SP, Costello JH, Katija K, Seymour J, Kiefer K (2013). “Propulsion in Cubomedusae: Mechanisms and Utility.” PLOS One, vol. 8(2), e56393. [manuscript]

Katija K (2012). “Biogenic inputs to ocean mixing.” Journal of Experimental Biology, vol. 215, pp. 1040-1049. [manuscript]

Katija K, Colin SP, Dabiri JO, Costello JH (2011). “Quantitatively measuring in situ flows using a self-contained underwater velocimetry apparatus (SCUVA).” Journal of Visualized Experiments, vol. 56, e2615. [manuscript] [video]

Dabiri JO, Young KK, Costello JH, Colin SP (2011) “Self-contained underwater velocimetry apparatus.” US Patent, No. 7864305. [patent]

Katija K, Colin SP, Dabiri JO, Costello JH (2011). “Comparison of flows generated by Aequorea victoria: A coherent structure analysis.” Marine Ecological Progress Series, vol. 435, pp. 111-123. [manuscript]

Dabiri JO, Colin SP, Katija K, Costello JH (2010). “A wake-based correlate of swimming performance and foraging behavior in seven co-occurring jellyfish species.” Journal of Experimental Biology, vol. 213(8), pp. 1217-1225. [manuscript]

Rosenfeld M, Katija K, Dabiri JO (2009) “Circulation generation and vortex ring formation by static conic nozzles.” Journal of Fluids Engineering, vol. 131(9). [manuscript]

Katija K, Dabiri JO (2009). “A viscosity-enhanced mechanism for biogenic ocean mixing.” Nature, vol. 460, pp. 624-626. [manuscript]

Katija K, Dabiri JO (2008) “Real-time field measurements of aquatic animal-fluid interactions using a self-contained underwater velocimetry apparatus (SCUVA).” Limnology and Oceanography: Methods, vol. 6, pp. 162-171. [manuscript]

Shadden SC, Katija K, Rosenfeld M, Marsden JE, Dabiri JO (2007) “Transport and stirring induced by vortex formation.” Journal of Fluid Mechanics, vol. 593, pp. 315-331. [manuscript]

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