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2018
Ulate K., Alcoverro T., Arthur R., Aburto-Oropeza O, Sanchez C., Huato-Soberanis L..  2018.  Conventional MPAs are not as effective as community co-managed areas in conserving top-down control in the Gulf of California. Biological Conservation. 228:100-109.
2017
Dillon E.M, Norris RD, O'Dea A..  2017.  Dermal denticles as a tool to reconstruct shark communities. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 566:117-134.
Saldana-Ruiz L.E, Sosa-Nishizaki O., Cartamil D..  2017.  Historical reconstruction of Gulf of California shark fishery landings and species composition, 1939-2014, in a data-poor fishery context. Fisheries Research. 195:116-129.
Erauskin-Extramiana M., Herzka S.Z, Hinojosa-Arango G., Aburto-Oropeza O.  2017.  An interdisciplinary approach to evaluate the status of large-bodied Serranid fisheries: The case of Magdalena-Almejas Bay lagoon complex, Baja California Sur, Mexico. Ocean & Coastal Management. 145:21-34.
2015
Gove JM, Williams GJ, McManus MA, Clark S.J, Ehses J.S, Wedding L.M.  2015.  Coral reef benthic regimes exhibit non-linear threshold responses to natural physical drivers. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 522:33-48.
Williams GJ, Gove JM, Eynaud Y., Zgliczynski B.J, Sandin SA.  2015.  Local human impacts decouple natural biophysical relationships on Pacific coral reefs. Ecography. 38:751-761.
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