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Fine-scale movement patterns, site fidelity, and habitat selection of ocean whitefish (Caulolatilus princeps). Fisheries Research. 91:325–335.. 2008.
Size-selective harvesting alters life histories of a temperate sex-changing fish. Ecological Applications. 17:2268–2280.. 2007.
Consistent long-term spatial gradients in replenishment for an island population of a coral reef fish. Marine Ecology-Progress Series. 306. 2006.
Current shifts and kin aggregation explain genetic patchiness in fish recruits. Ecology. 87:3082–3094.. 2006.
Site fidelity and seasonal movement patterns of adult California sheephead Semicossyphus pulcher (Labridae): an acoustic monitoring study. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 326:257–267.. 2006.
Natal trace-elemental signatures in the otoliths of an open-coast fish. Limnology and Oceanography. 50:1529–1542.. 2005.
Toward Establishing Patterns of Connectivity for Kelp Rockfish: Geographic Structure in Elemental Signatures in Larval Otoliths and a Review of Potential Proxies for Natal Signatures. of North Pacific Rockfishes: Ecological Genetics and Stock Structure. :22.. 2004.
The interaction of retention, recruitment, and density-dependent mortality in the spatial placement of marine reserves. Gulf and Caribbean Research. 14:107–117.. 2003.
The fish assemblages of mussel mounds surrounding seven oil platforms of southern and central California. Proceedings of the Fifth California Islands Symposium.. :492.. 2000.
Larval accumulation and retention: implications for the design of marine reserves and essential habitat. Bulletin of Marine Science. 66:821–830.. 2000.
Early post-settlement mortality in a coral reef fish and its effect on local population size. Ecological Monographs. 69:177–194.. 1999.
Larval retention and recruitment in an island population of a coral-reef fish. Nature. 402:799–802.. 1999.
WHAT WE KNOW ABOUT FISH ASSEMBLAGES AROUND THE DEEPWATER PRODUCTION PLATFORMS OF SOUTHERN AND CENTRAL CALIFORNIA. Environmental Geosciences. 6:147–147.. 1999.