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Assessment of catches, landings and fishing effort as useful tools for MPA management. Fisheries Research. 172:197–208.. 2015.
Comparative analyses of animal-tracking data reveal ecological significance of endothermy in fishes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 112:6104–6109.. 2015.
Drivers of Daily Routines in an Ectothermic Marine Predator: Hunt Warm, Rest Warmer? PloS one. 10:e0127807.. 2015.
Exploitation and recovery of a sea urchin predator has implications for the resilience of southern California kelp forests. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences. 282:20141817.. 2015.
Range expansion of a non-native, invasive macroalga Sargassum horneri (Turner) C. Agardh, 1820 in the eastern Pacific. BioInvasions Records. 4:243–248.. 2015.
Recovery trajectories of kelp forest animals are rapid yet spatially variable across a network of temperate marine protected areas. Scientific reports. 5. 2015.
Umbrella species in marine systems: using the endangered humphead wrasse to conserve coral reefs. Endangered Species Research. 27:251–263.. 2015.
Biocultural approaches to well-being and sustainability indicators across scales.. Nat Ecol Evol. 1(12):1798-1806.. 2017.
Resetting predator baselines in coral reef ecosystems.. Sci Rep. 7:43131.. 2017.
Activity seascapes highlight central place foraging strategies in marine predators that never stop swimming.. Mov Ecol. 6:9.. 2018.
Clipperton Atoll as a model to study small marine populations: Endemism and the genomic consequences of small population size.. PLoS One. 13(6):e0198901.. 2018.
Mobile marine predators: an understudied source of nutrients to coral reefs in an unfished atoll.. Proc Biol Sci. 285(1875). 2018.
Correction to: 'Mobile marine predators: an understudied source of nutrients to coral reefs in an unfished atoll'.. Proc Biol Sci. 286(1897):20190246.. 2019.
Kelp forests at the end of the earth: 45 years later.. PLoS One. 15(3):e0229259.. 2020.
Northern Channel Islands: Connectivity across a network of marine protected areas contributes to positive population and ecosystem consequences. IUCN Guidelines for conserving connectivity through ecological networks and corridors.. 2020.