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2018
Ruttenberg B., Caselle JE, Estep A.J, Johnson A.E, Marhaver KL, Richter L.J, Sandin SA, Vermeij MJA, Smith JE, Grenda D. et al..  2018.  Ecological assessment of the marine ecosystems of Barbuda, West Indies: Using rapid scientific assessment to inform ocean zoning and fisheries management. Plos One. 13
2017
Erisman B, Heyman W., Kobara S., Ezer T., Pittman S., Aburto-Oropeza O, Nemeth R.S.  2017.  Fish spawning aggregations: where well-placed management actions can yield big benefits for fisheries and conservation. Fish and Fisheries. 18:128-144.
2015
Rowell T.J, Nemeth R.S, Scharer M.T, Appeldoorn R.S.  2015.  Fish sound production and acoustic telemetry reveal behaviors and spatial patterns associated with spawning aggregations of two Caribbean groupers. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 518:239-254.
Edmunds P.J, Steneck R., Albright R., Carpenter R.C, Chui A.PY, Fan TY, Harii S., Kitano H., Kurihara H., Legendre L. et al..  2015.  Geographic variation in long-term trajectories of change in coral recruitment: a global-to-local perspective. Marine and Freshwater Research. 66:609-622.
2014
Gruss A., Robinson J., Heppell S.S, Heppell S.A, Semmens B.X.  2014.  Conservation and fisheries effects of spawning aggregation marine protected areas: What we know, where we should go, and what we need to get there. Ices Journal of Marine Science. 71:1515-1534.
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