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(2019) Assessing drivers of rocky reef fish biomass density from the Southern California Bight. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 628:125-140.. 2019.
Coastal fronts set recruitment and connectivity patterns across multiple taxa. Limnology and Oceanography. 57:582–596.. 2012.
Currents connecting communities: nearshore community similarity and ocean circulation. Ecology. 92:1193–1200.. 2011.
Distribution, size frequency, and sex ratios of blacktip reef sharks Carcharhinus melanopterus at Palmyra Atoll: a predator-dominated ecosystem. Journal of Fish Biology. 75:647–654.. 2009.
Fine-scale spatial patterns of parrotfish herbivory are shaped by resource availability. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 577:165-176.. 2017.
First quantification of subtidal community structure at Tristan da Cunha Islands in the remote South Atlantic: from kelp forests to the deep sea. PLoS ONE. 13(3). 2018.
Fish assemblages around seven oil platforms in the Santa Barbara Channel area. Fishery Bulletin. 98:96–117.. 2000.
Global baselines and benchmarks for fish biomass: comparing remote reefs and fisheries closures. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 612:167–192.. 2019.
Multi-scale recruitment patterns and effects on local population size of a temperate reef fish. Journal of Fish Biology. 75:1271–1286.. 2009.
Natal signatures of juvenile Coris julis in the Azores: investigating connectivity scenarios in an oceanic archipelago. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 387:51–59.. 2009.
Parrotfish movement patterns vary with spatiotemporal scale. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 577:149-164.. 2017.
Population assessment of the endemic angelfish Holacanthus limbaughi from Île de La Passion-Clipperton Atoll (Tropical Eastern Pacific). Endangered Species Research. 38:171–176.. 2019.
Realized and potential larval connectivity in the Southern California Bight. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 401:31–48.. 2010.
Recruitment of coastal fishes and oceanographic variability in central California. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. 79:483–490.. 2008.
Trash or habitat? Fish assemblages on offshore oilfield seafloor debris in the Santa Barbara Channel, California ICES Journal of Marine Science: Journal du Conseil. 59:S258–S265.. 2002.
Variability in recruitment of coral reef fishes: the importance of habitat at two spatial scales. Oceanographic Literature Review. 9:987.. 1997.