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Variability in recruitment of coral reef fishes: the importance of habitat at two spatial scales. Ecology. :2488–2504.. 1996.
Early post-settlement mortality in a coral reef fish and its effect on local population size. Ecological Monographs. 69:177–194.. 1999.
The interaction of retention, recruitment, and density-dependent mortality in the spatial placement of marine reserves. Gulf and Caribbean Research. 14:107–117.. 2003.
Geographic variation in density, demography, and life history traits of a harvested, sex-changing, temperate reef fish. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 68:288–303.. 2011.
CAN WE PREDICT INTERANNUAL AND REGIONAL VARIATION IN DELIVERY OF PELAGIC JUVENILES TO NEARSHORE POPULATIONS OF ROCKFISHES(GENUS SEBASTES) USING SIMPLE PROXIES OF OCEAN CONDITIONS? Reports of California Cooperative Oceanic Fisheries Investigations. 51:91–105.. 2010.
Temporal and spatial scales of influence on nearshore fish settlement in the Southern California Bight. Bulletin of Marine Science. 86:355–385.. 2010.
Supplementary data to Caselle et al. 2010. Bulletin of Marine Science. 86:355–385.. 2010.
Assessing changes in life history traits and reproductive function of CA sheephead across its range: historical comparisons and the effects of fishing. California Sea Grant College Program.. 2010.
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.
Recovery trajectories of kelp forest animals are rapid yet spatially variable across a network of temperate marine protected areas. Scientific reports. 5. 2015.
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.