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Biogeographic patterns of communities across diverse marine ecosystems in southern California. Marine Ecology. 39:e12453.. 2018.
Can nearshore seabirds detect variability in juvenile fish distribution at scales relevant to managing marine protected areas? Marine Ecology. 39:e12485.. 2018.
Citizen science monitoring of marine protected areas: Case studies and recommendations for integration into monitoring programs. Marine Ecology. 39:e12470.. 2018.
Ecological assessment of the marine ecosystems of Barbuda, West Indies: Using rapid scientific assessment to inform ocean zoning and fisheries management. PLOS ONE. 13:1-20.. 2018.
Herbivorous Fish Populations Respond Positively to a Shipwreck Removal and Associated Alteration of Benthic Habitat. Frontiers in Marine Science. 5:406.. 2018.
Marine management affects the invasion success of a non-native species in a temperate reef system in California, USA. Ecology Letters. 21:43–53.. 2018.
Mobile marine predators: an understudied source of nutrients to coral reefs in an unfished atoll. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences. 285. 2018.
Small scale temporal patterns of recruitment and hatching of Atlantic horse mackerel (L.) at a nearshore reef area. Fisheries Oceanography. 27:505-516.. 2018.
Growth and life history variability of the grey reef shark (Carcharhinus amblyrhynchos) across its range. PLOS ONE. 12:1-20.. 2017.
Marine management affects the invasion success of a non-native species in a temperate reef system in California, USA. Ecology Letters. :n/a–n/a.. 2017.
Size, age, and habitat determine effectiveness of Palau's Marine Protected Areas. PLOS ONE. 12:1-18.. 2017.
Spatial separation without territoriality in shark communities. Oikos. :n/a–n/a.. 2017.
Global patterns of kelp forest change over the past half-century. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 113:13785-13790.. 2016.
Ocean Productivity May Predict Recruitment of the Rainbow Wrasse (Coris julis). PLOS ONE. 11:1-13.. 2016.