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Phillips D.L, Inger R., Bearhop S., Jackson A.L, Moore J.W, Parnell A.C, Semmens B.X, Ward E.J.  2014.  Best practices for use of stable isotope mixing models in food-web studies. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 92:823-835.
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.
Thorson J.T, Scheuerell M.D, Semmens B.X, Pattengill-Semmens C.V.  2014.  Demographic modeling of citizen science data informs habitat preferences and population dynamics of recovering fishes. Ecology. 95:3251-3258.
Nosrati K., Govers G., Semmens B.X, Ward E.J.  2014.  A mixing model to incorporate uncertainty in sediment fingerprinting. Geoderma. 217:173-180.
Johnson D.W, Grorud-Colvert K., Sponaugle S., Semmens B.X.  2014.  Phenotypic variation and selective mortality as major drivers of recruitment variability in fishes. Ecology Letters. 17:743-755.
Jackson A.M, Semmens B.X, de Mitcheson Y.S, Nemeth R.S, Heppell S.A, Bush P.G, Aguilar-Perera A., Claydon J.AB, Calosso M.C, Sealey K.S et al..  2014.  Population structure and phylogeography in Nassau grouper (Epinephelus striatus), a mass-aggregating marine fish. Plos One. 9
Waterhouse L., Sampson D.B, Maunder M., Semmens B.X.  2014.  Using areas-as-fleets selectivity to model spatial fishing: Asymptotic curves are unlikely under equilibrium conditions. Fisheries Research. 158:15-25.