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2019
Park Y., Gerstoft P, Seong W..  2019.  Grid-free compressive mode extraction. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 145:1427-1442.
2018
Guest J.R, Edmunds P.J, Gates R.D, Kuffner I.B, Andersson AJ, Barnes B.B, Chollett I., Courtney T.A, Elahi R., Gross K. et al..  2018.  A framework for identifying and characterising coral reef "oases" against a backdrop of degradation. Journal of Applied Ecology. 55:2865-2875.
2017
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.
McClenachan L., O'Connor G., Neal B.P, Pandolfi JM, Jackson J.BC.  2017.  Ghost reefs: Nautical charts document large spatial scale of coral reef loss over 240 years. Science Advances. 3
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.
Thogmartin W.E, Lopez-Hoffman L., Rohweder J., Diffendorfer J., Drum R., Semmens D., Black S., Caldwell I., Cotter D., Drobney P. et al..  2017.  Restoring monarch butterfly habitat in the Midwestern US: 'all hands on deck'. Environmental Research Letters. 12
2016
Fox M.D.  2016.  Biomass loss reduces growth and resource translocation in giant kelp Macrocystis pyrifera. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 562:65-77.
Eynaud Y., McNamara D.E, Sandin SA.  2016.  Herbivore space use influences coral reef recovery. Royal Society Open Science. 3
Williams I.D, White D.J, Sparks R.T, Lino K.C, Zamzow J.P, Kelly E.LA, Ramey H.L.  2016.  Responses of herbivorous fishes and benthos to 6 years of protection at the Kahekili Herbivore Fisheries Management Area, Maui. Plos One. 11
2015
Aburto-Oropeza O, Ezcurra E., Moxley J., Sanchez-Rodriguez A., Mascarenas-Osorio I., Sanchez-Ortiz C., Erisman B, Ricketts T..  2015.  A framework to assess the health of rocky reefs linking geomorphology, community assemblage, and fish biomass. Ecological Indicators. 52:353-361.
2014
Nordstrom M.C, Currin C.A, Talley T.S, Whitcraft C.R, Levin L.A.  2014.  Benthic food-web succession in a developing salt marsh. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 500:43-U69.
Fiedler J.W, McManus MA, Tomlinson M.S, De Carlo E.H, Pawlak G.R, Steward G.F, Nigro O.D, Timmerman R.E, Drupp P.S, Ostrander C.E.  2014.  Real-time observations of the February 2010 Chile and March 2011 Japan tsunamis recorded in Honolulu by the Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System. Oceanography. 27:186-200.
Sibert E.C, Hull P.M, Norris RD.  2014.  Resilience of Pacific pelagic fish across the Cretaceous/Palaeogene mass extinction. Nature Geoscience. 7:667-670.
2013
Williams GJ.  2013.  Contrasting recovery following removal of growth anomalies in the corals Acropora and Montipora. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms. 106:181-185.
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.
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.
Lindegren M, Eero M..  2013.  Threshold-dependent climate effects and high mortality limit recruitment and recovery of the Kattegat cod. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 490:223-232.
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