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Integration of Remote Sensing and In Situ Ecology for the Design and Evaluation of Marine-Protected Areas. Remote Sensing of Protected Lands. :245–280.. 2011.
Natal trace-elemental signatures in the otoliths of an open-coast fish. Limnology and Oceanography. 50:1529–1542.. 2005.
Geographic variation in natal and early larval trace-elemental signatures in the statoliths of the market squid Doryteuthis (formerly Loligo) opalescens. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 379:109–121.. 2009.
Larval accumulation and retention: implications for the design of marine reserves and essential habitat. Bulletin of Marine Science. 66:821–830.. 2000.
Comparative analyses of animal-tracking data reveal ecological significance of endothermy in fishes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 112:6104–6109.. 2015.
Realized and potential larval connectivity in the Southern California Bight. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 401:31–48.. 2010.
Currents connecting communities: nearshore community similarity and ocean circulation. Ecology. 92:1193–1200.. 2011.
Umbrella species in marine systems: using the endangered humphead wrasse to conserve coral reefs. Endangered Species Research. 27:251–263.. 2015.
Connectivity, Dispersal, and Recruitment: Connecting Benthic Communities and the Coastal Ocean. Oceanography. 33. 2019.
SCALE-DEPENDENT CHANGES IN THE IMPORTANCE OF LARVAL SUPPLY AND HABITAT TO ABUNDANCE OF A REEF FISH. Ecology. 89:1323–1333.. 2008.
Empirical Approaches to Measure Connectivity. Oceanography. 33. 2019.
Mobile marine predators: an understudied source of nutrients to coral reefs in an unfished atoll. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences. 285. 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.
Where the Weird Things are: A Collection of Species Range Extensions in the Southern California Bight. Bulletin, Southern California Academy of Sciences. 117:189-202-14.. 2018.
Recruitment of coastal fishes and oceanographic variability in central California. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. 79:483–490.. 2008.
Coastal fronts set recruitment and connectivity patterns across multiple taxa. Limnology and Oceanography. 57:582–596.. 2012.