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The science of European marine reserves: Status, efficacy, and future needs. Marine Policy. 36:1012–1021.. 2012.
Circulation, Water Temperature, and Larval Settlement Over the Inner Continental Shelves of the Santa Barbara Channel, California. AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts. 1:1316.. 2008.
Temporal variability of larval growth, size, stage duration and recruitment of a wrasse, Coris julis (Pisces: Labridae), from the Azores. Scientia Marina. 74:721–729.. 2010.
Larval growth, size, stage duration and recruitment success of a temperate reef fish. Journal of sea research. 65:1–7.. 2011.
Natal signatures of juvenile Coris julis in the Azores: investigating connectivity scenarios in an oceanic archipelago. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 387:51–59.. 2009.
Multi-scale recruitment patterns and effects on local population size of a temperate reef fish. Journal of Fish Biology. 75:1271–1286.. 2009.
Ocean Productivity May Predict Recruitment of the Rainbow Wrasse (Coris julis). PLOS ONE. 11:1-13.. 2016.
Citizen science monitoring of marine protected areas: Case studies and recommendations for integration into monitoring programs. Marine Ecology. 39:e12470.. 2018.
Marine Biodiversity in Juan Fernández and Desventuradas Islands, Chile: Global Endemism Hotspots. PloS one. 11. 2016.
Marine biodiversity from zero to a thousand meters at Clipperton Atoll (Île de La Passion), Tropical Eastern Pacific. PeerJ. 7:e7279.. 2019.
Integration of remote sensing and in situ ecology for the design and evaluation of marine-protected areas: examples from tropical and temperate ecosystems: Chapter 13.. 2011.
The real bounty: marine biodiversity in the Pitcairn Islands. PloS one. 9:e100142.. 2014.
Size, age, and habitat determine effectiveness of Palau's Marine Protected Areas. PLOS ONE. 12:1-18.. 2017.
Kelp forests at the end of the earth: 45 years later.. PLoS One. 15(3):e0229259.. 2020.