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Roche J.W, Rice R., Meng X.D, Cayan DR, Dettinger MD, Alden D., Patel S.C, Mason M.A, Conklin M.H, Bales R.C.  2019.  Climate, snow, and soil moisture data set for the Tuolumne and Merced river watersheds, California, USA. Earth System Science Data. 11:101-110.
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.
Baguskas S.A, Clemesha R.ES, Loik M.E.  2018.  Coastal low cloudiness and fog enhance crop water use efficiency in a California agricultural system. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 252:109-120.
Niner H.J, Ardron J.A, Escobar E.G, Gianni M., Jaeckel A., Jones D.OB, Levin L.A, Smith C.R, Thiele T., Turner P.J et al..  2018.  Deep-sea mining with no net loss of biodiversity-an impossible aim. Frontiers in Marine Science. 5
Deyle E., Schueller A.M, Ye H, Pao G.M, Sugihara G.  2018.  Ecosystem-based forecasts of recruitment in two menhaden species. Fish and Fisheries. 19:769-781.
Aburto-Oropeza O, López-Sagástegui C., Moreno-Baez M., Mascarenas-Osorio I., Jimenez-Esquivel V., Johnson A.F, Erisman B.  2018.  Endangered species, ecosystem integrity, and human livelihoods. Conservation Letters. 11
Sato K.N, Powell J., Rudie D., Levin L.A.  2018.  Evaluating the promise and pitfalls of a potential climate change-tolerant sea urchin fishery in southern California. Ices Journal of Marine Science. 75:1029-1041.
Quinlan Z.A, Remple K., Fox M.D, Silbiger N.J, Oliver T.A, Putnam H.M, Kelly LW, Carlson CA, Donahue M.J, Nelson CE.  2018.  Fluorescent organic exudates of corals and algae in tropical reefs are compositionally distinct and increase with nutrient enrichment. Limnology and Oceanography Letters. 3:331-340.
Cinner J.E, Maire E., Huchery C., MacNeil M.A, Graham N.AJ, Mora C., Barnes M.L, Kittinger J.N, Hicks C.C, D'Agata S. et al..  2018.  Gravity of human impacts mediates coral reef conservation gains. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 115:E6116-E6125.
Field L., Ivanova D., Bhattacharyya S., Mlaker V., Sholtz A., Decca R., Manzara A., Johnson D., Christodoulou E., Walter P. et al..  2018.  Increasing Arctic sea ice albedo using localized reversible geoengineering. Earths Future. 6:882-901.
Semmens D.J, Diffendorfer J.E, Bagstad K.J, Wiederholt R., Oberhauser K., Ries L., Semmens B.X, Goldstein J., Loomis J., Thogmartin W.E et al..  2018.  Quantifying ecosystem service flows at multiple scales across the range of a long-distance migratory species. 31:255-264.
Kauer K., Bellquist L., Gleason M., Rubinstein A., Sullivan J., Oberhoff D., Damrosch L., Norvell M., Bell M..  2018.  Reducing bycatch through a risk pool: A case study of the US West Coast groundfish fishery. Marine Policy. 96:90-99.
Stewart J.D, Jaine F.RA, Armstrong A.J, Armstrong A.O, Bennett M.B, Burgess K.B, Couturier L.IE, Croll D.A, Cronin M.R, Deakos M.H et al..  2018.  Research priorities to support effective manta and devil ray conservation. Frontiers in Marine Science. 5
Lindegren M, Checkley DM, Koslow JA, Goericke R, Ohman MD.  2017.  Climate-mediated changes in marine ecosystem regulation during El Niño. Global Change Biology. :n/a-n/a.
Rubio-Cisneros N.T, Aburto-Oropeza O, Jackson J., Ezcurra E..  2017.  Coastal Exploitation Throughout Marismas Nacionales Wetlands in Northwest Mexico. Tropical Conservation Science. 10
Boyd C., DeMaster D.P, Waples R.S, Ward E.J, Taylor BL.  2017.  Consistent extinction risk assessment under the US Endangered Species Act. Conservation Letters. 10:328-336.
Wang S.P, Maunder MN.  2017.  Is down-weighting composition data adequate for dealing with model misspecification, or do we need to fix the model? Fisheries Research. 192:41-51.
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.
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.
Stiller J, Wilson NG, Donnellan S., Rouse GW.  2017.  The leafy seadragon, Phycodurus eques, a flagship species with low but structured genetic variability. Journal of Heredity. 108:152-162.
Gaos A.R, Liles M.J, Gadea V., de Niz A.P, Vallejo F., Miranda C., Darquea J.J, Henriquez A., Altamirano E., Rivera A. et al..  2017.  Living on the Edge: Hawksbill turtle nesting and conservation along the Eastern Pacific Rim. Latin American Journal of Aquatic Research. 45:572-584.
Davis G.E, Baumgartner M.F, Bonnell J.M, Bell J., Berchok C., Thornton J.B, Brault S., Buchanan G., Charif R.A, Cholewiak D. et al..  2017.  Long-term passive acoustic recordings track the changing distribution of North Atlantic right whales (Eubalaena glacialis) from 2004 to 2014. Scientific Reports. 7
Tommasi D., Stock C.A, Hobday A.J, Methot R., Kaplan I.C, Eveson J.P, Holsman K., Miller T.J, Gaichas S., Gehlen M. et al..  2017.  Managing living marine resources in a dynamic environment: The role of seasonal to decadal climate forecasts. Progress in Oceanography. 152:15-49.
Moritz C., Ducarme F., Sweet M.J, Fox M.D, Zgliczynski B., Ibrahim N., Basheer A., Furby KA, Caldwell Z.R, Pisapia C. et al..  2017.  The "resort effect": Can tourist islands act as refuges for coral reef species? 23:1301-1312.
Zgliczynski B.J, Sandin SA.  2017.  Size-structural shifts reveal intensity of exploitation in coral reef fisheries. Ecological Indicators. 73:411-421.