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2019
Giron-Nava A., Johnson A.F, Cisneros-Montemayor A.M, Aburto-Oropeza O.  2019.  Managing at Maximum Sustainable Yield does not ensure economic well-being for artisanal fishers. Fish and Fisheries. 20:214-223.
2018
Sugihara G, Criddle K.R, McQuown M., Giron-Nava A., Deyle E., James C., Lee A., Pao G., Saberski E., Ye H.  2018.  Comprehensive incentives for reducing Chinook salmon bycatch in the Bering Sea walleye Pollock fishery: Individual tradable encounter credits. 22:70-81.
Lewison R.L, Johnson A.F, Verutes G.M.  2018.  Embracing complexity and complexity-awareness in marine megafauna conservation and research. Frontiers in Marine Science. 5
2017
Helvey M., Pomeroy C., Pradhan N.C, Squires D, Stohs S..  2017.  Can the United States have its fish and eat it too? Marine Policy. 75:62-67.
Tommasi D., Stock C.A, Pegion K., Vecchi GA, Methot RD, Alexander M.A, Checkley DM.  2017.  Improved management of small pelagic fisheries through seasonal climate prediction. Ecological Applications. 27:378-388.
2016
Abrams P.A, Ainley D.G, Blight L.K, Dayton PK, Eastman J.T, Jacquet J.L.  2016.  Necessary elements of precautionary management: implications for the Antarctic toothfish. Fish and Fisheries. 17:1152-1174.
2015
Rose K.A, Fiechter J., Curchitser E.N, Hedstrom K., Bernal M., Creekmore S., Haynie A., Ito S., Lluch-Cota S., Megrey B.A et al..  2015.  Demonstration of a fully-coupled end-to-end model for small pelagic fish using sardine and anchovy in the California Current. Progress in Oceanography. 138:348-380.
Curtis K.A, Moore JE, Boyd C., Dillingham P.W, Lewison R.L, Taylor BL, James K.C.  2015.  Managing catch of marine megafauna: Guidelines for setting limit reference points. Marine Policy. 61:249-263.
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.
Lindegren M, Andersen K.H, Casini M., Neuenfeldt S..  2014.  A metacommunity perspective on source-sink dynamics and management: the Baltic Sea as a case study. Ecological Applications. 24:1820-1832.
Sydeman WJ, Thompson S.A, Garcia-Reyes M., Kahru M, Peterson W.T, Largier J.L.  2014.  Multivariate ocean-climate indicators (MOCI) for the central California Current: Environmental change, 1990-2010. Progress in Oceanography. 120:352-369.
2013
Reddy S.MW, Wentz A., Aburto-Oropeza O, Maxey M., Nagavarapu S., Leslie H.M.  2013.  Evidence of market-driven size-selective fishing and the mediating effects of biological and institutional factors. Ecological Applications. 23:726-741.
Rife AN, Aburto-Oropeza O, Hastings PA, Erisman B, Ballantyne F, Wielgus J, Sala E, Gerber L.  2013.  Long-term effectiveness of a multi-use marine protected area on reef fish assemblages and fisheries landings. Journal of Environmental Management. 117:276-283.
Christian C., Ainley D., Bailey M., Dayton P., Hocevar J., LeVine M., Nikoloyuk J., Nouvian C., Velarde E., Werner R. et al..  2013.  A review of formal objections to Marine Stewardship Council fisheries certifications. Biological Conservation. 161:10-17.
Ruckelshaus M, Doney SC, Galindo HM, Barry JP, Chan F, Duffy JE, English CA, Gaines SD, Grebmeier JM, Hollowed AB et al..  2013.  Securing ocean benefits for society in the face of climate change. Marine Policy. 40:154-159.
Maunder MN, Deriso R.B.  2013.  A stock-recruitment model for highly fecund species based on temporal and spatial extent of spawning. Fisheries Research. 146:96-101.
Lindegren M, Waldo S, Nilsson P.A, Svedang H., Persson A.  2013.  Towards sustainable fisheries of the Oresund cod (Gadus morhua) through sub-stock-specific assessment and management recommendations. Ices Journal of Marine Science. 70:1140-1150.
Rife AN, Erisman B, Sanchez A, Aburto-Oropeza O.  2013.  When good intentions are not enough ... Insights on networks of "paper park" marine protected areas. Conservation Letters. 6:200-212.
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