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2019
Garwood J.C, Lucas A.J, Naughton P., Alford MH, Roberts P.LD, Jaffe J.S, DeGelleke L., Franks PJS.  2019.  A novel cross-shore transport mechanism revealed by subsurface, robotic larval mimics: Internal wave deformation of the background velocity field.
2018
Arzeno I.B, Collignon A., Merrifield M., Giddings S.N, Pawlak G..  2018.  An alongshore momentum budget over a fringing tropical fore-reef. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans. 123:7839-7855.
Mullineaux L.S, Metaxas A., Beaulieu S.E, Bright M., Gollner S., Grupe B.M, Herrera S., Kellner J.B, Levin L.A, Mitarai S. et al..  2018.  Exploring the ecology of deep-sea hydrothermal vents in a metacommunity framework. Frontiers in Marine Science. 5
Vardaro J.AC, Epps C.W, Frable B.W, Ray C..  2018.  Identification of a contact zone and hybridization for two subspecies of the American pika (Ochotona princeps) within a single protected area. Plos One. 13
Leiva C., Riesgo A., Avila C., Rouse GW, Taboada S..  2018.  Population structure and phylogenetic relationships of a new shallow-water Antarctic phyllodocid annelid. Zoologica Scripta. 47:714-726.
2017
Carr M.H, Robinson S.P, Wahle C., Davis G., Kroll S., Murray S., Schumacker E.J, Williams M..  2017.  The central importance of ecological spatial connectivity to effective coastal marine protected areas and to meeting the challenges of climate change in the marine environment. Aquatic Conservation-Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems. 27:6-29.
Kumar N., Feddersen F.  2017.  A new offshore transport mechanism for shoreline-released tracer induced by transient rip currents and stratification. Geophysical Research Letters. 44:2843-2851.
2016
MacTavish A.L, Ladah L.B, Lavin M.F, Filonov A., Tapia F.J, Leichter J..  2016.  High frequency (hourly) variation in vertical distribution and abundance of meroplanktonic larvae in nearshore waters during strong internal tidal forcing. Continental Shelf Research. 117:92-99.
Rawlence N.J, Collins C.J, Anderson C.NK, Maxwell J.J, Smith I.WG, Robertson B.C, Knapp M., Horsburgh K.A, Stanton J.AL, Scofield R.P et al..  2016.  Human-mediated extirpation of the unique Chatham Islands sea lion and implications for the conservation management of remaining New Zealand sea lion populations. Molecular Ecology. 25:3950-3961.
Berger-Tal O., Blumstein D.T, Carroll S., Fisher R.N, Mesnick S.L, Owen M.A, Saltz D., St Claire C.C, Swaisgood R.R.  2016.  A systematic survey of the integration of animal behavior into conservation. Conservation Biology. 30:744-753.
2014
Cook G.S, Parnell P.E, Levin L.A.  2014.  Population connectivity shifts at high frequency within an open-coast marine protected area network. Plos One. 9
Frieder C.A, Gonzalez J.P, Levin L.A.  2014.  Uranium in larval shells as a barometer of molluscan ocean acidification exposure. Environmental Science & Technology. 48:6401-6408.