First author

Debris disks around main-sequence stars
Pearce, 2024, to be published in the undergraduate textbook Encyclopedia of Astrophysics, 1st Edition, Elsevier (arXiv: 2403.11804)

The effect of sculpting planets on the steepness of debris-disc inner edges
Pearce, Krivov, Sefilian et al., 2024, MNRAS, 527, 3876

Hot exozodis: cometary supply without trapping is unlikely to be the mechanism
Pearce, Kirchschlager, Rouillé et al., 2022, MNRAS, 517, 1436

Planet populations inferred from debris discs: insights from 178 debris systems in the ISPY, LEECH and LIStEN planet-hunting surveys
Pearce, Launhardt, Ostermann et al., 2022, A&A, 659, A135

Fomalhaut b could be massive and sculpting the narrow, eccentric debris disc, if in mean-motion resonance with it
Pearce, Beust, Faramaz et al., 2021, MNRAS, 503, 4767

Gas trapping of hot dust around main-sequence stars
Pearce, Krivov & Booth, 2020, MNRAS, 498, 2798

(Outside academia April 2016 - December 2019)

Double-ringed debris discs could be the work of eccentric planets: explaining the strange morphology of HD 107146
Pearce & Wyatt, 2015, MNRAS, 453, 3329

Constraining the orbits of sub-stellar companions imaged over short orbital arcs
Pearce, Wyatt & Kennedy, 2015, MNRAS, 448, 3679

Dynamical evolution of an eccentric planet and a less massive debris disc
Pearce & Wyatt, 2014, MNRAS, 443, 2541

Imaged substellar companions: not as eccentric as they appear? The effect of an unseen inner mass on derived orbits
Pearce, Wyatt & Kennedy, 2014, MNRAS, 437, 2686

Second author

Increasing planet-stirring efficiency of debris discs by 'projectile stirring' and 'resonant stirring'
Costa, Pearce & Krivov, 2024, MNRAS, 527, 7317

The clumpy structure of epsilon Eridani's debris disc revisited by ALMA
Booth, Pearce, Krivov et al., 2023, MNRAS, 521, 6180

ISPY-NACO Imaging Survey for Planets around Young stars. The demographics of forming planets embedded in protoplanetary disks
Cugno, Pearce, Launhardt et al., 2023, A&A, 669, A145

Gap carving by a migrating planet embedded in a massive debris disc
Friebe, Pearce & Löhne, 2022, MNRAS, 512, 4441

Third+ author

JWST/NIRCam 4-5 μm Imaging of the Giant Planet AF Lep b
Franson, Balmer, Bowler et al., submitted to ApJL (arXiv: 2406.09528)

How much large dust could be present in hot exozodiacal dust systems?
Stuber, Kirchschlager, Pearce et al., 2023, A&A, 678, A121

Self-gravity of debris discs can strongly change the outcomes of interactions with inclined planets
Poblete, Löhne, Pearce et al., 2023, MNRAS, 526, 2017

Astrometric Accelerations as Dynamical Beacons: A Giant Planet Imaged Inside the Debris Disk of the Young Star AF Lep
Franson, Bowler, Zhou, Pearce et al., 2023, ApJL, 950, L19

High resolution ALMA and HST images of q1 Eri: an asymmetric debris disc with an eccentric Jupiter
Lovell, Marino, Wyatt et al., 2021, MNRAS, 506, 1978

LIStEN: L' band Imaging Survey for Exoplanets in the North
Musso Barcucci, Launhardt, Müller et al., 2021, A&A, 645, A88

Resolving the outer ring of HD 38206 using ALMA and constraining limits on planets in the system
Booth, Schulz, Krivov et al., 2021, MNRAS, 500, 1604

(Outside academia April 2016 - December 2019)

An M-dwarf star in the transition disk of Herbig HD 142527
Lacour, Biller, Cheetham et al., 2016, A&A, 590, A90