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Navarro M.O, Parnell P.E, Levin L.A.  2018.  Essential market squid (Doryteuthis opalescens) embryo habitat: A baseline for anticipated ocean climate change. Journal of Shellfish Research. 37:601-614.
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.
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.
Munch SB, Giron-Nava A., Sugihara G.  2018.  Nonlinear dynamics and noise in fisheries recruitment: A global meta-analysis. Fish and Fisheries. 19:964-973.
Siegelman-Charbit L., Koslow JA, Jacox M.G, Hazen E.L, Bograd SJ, Miller E.F.  2018.  Physical forcing on fish abundance in the southern California Current System. Fisheries Oceanography. 27:475-488.
Flowers E.M, Johnson A.F, Aguilar R., Schott E.J.  2018.  Prevalence of the pathogenic crustacean virus Callinectes sapidus reovirus 1 near flow-through blue crab aquaculture in Chesapeake Bay, USA. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms. 129:135-144.
Thompson A.R, Schroeder I.D, Bograd SJ, Hazen E.L, Jacox M.G, Leising A., Wells B.K, Largier J.L, Fisher JL, Jacobson K. et al..  2018.  State of the California Current 2017-18: Still not quite normal in the north and getting interesting in the south. 59:2-66.
Bernal D., Reid J.P, Roessig J.M, Matsumoto S., Sepulveda CA, Cech J.J, Graham JB.  2018.  Temperature effects on the blood oxygen affinity in sharks. Fish Physiology and Biochemistry. 44:949-967.
Cavole L.M, Cardoso L.G, Almeida M.S, Haimovici M..  2018.  Unravelling growth trajectories from complicated otoliths-the case of Brazilian codling Urophycis brasiliensis. Journal of Fish Biology. 92:1290-1311.
Brusca R.C, Alvarez-Borrego S., Hastings PA, Findley L.T.  2017.  Colorado River flow and biological productivity in the Northern Gulf of California, Mexico. Earth-Science Reviews. 164:1-30.
Maunder MN, Piner K.R.  2017.  Dealing with data conflicts in statistical inference of population assessment models that integrate information from multiple diverse data sets. Fisheries Research. 192:16-27.
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.
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.
Gallo N.D, Victor D.G, Levin L.A.  2017.  Ocean commitments under the Paris Agreement. Nature Climate Change. 7:833-+.
Zgliczynski B.J, Sandin SA.  2017.  Size-structural shifts reveal intensity of exploitation in coral reef fisheries. Ecological Indicators. 73:411-421.
Collie J.S, Botsford L.W, Hastings A., Kaplan I.C, Largier J.L, Livingston P.A, Plaganyi E., Rose K.A, Wells B.K, Werner F.E.  2016.  Ecosystem models for fisheries management: finding the sweet spot. Fish and Fisheries. 17:101-125.
Norstrom A.V, Nystrom M., Jouffray J.B, Folke C., Graham N.AJ, Moberg F., Olsson P., Williams GJ.  2016.  Guiding coral reef futures in the Anthropocene. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 14:490-498.
Ball R.E, Serra-Pereira B., Ellis J., Genner M.J, Iglesias S., Johnson A.F, Jones C.S, Leslie R., Lewis J., Mariani S. et al..  2016.  Resolving taxonomic uncertainty in vulnerable elasmobranchs: are the Madeira skate (Raja maderensis) and the thornback ray (Raja clavata) distinct species? Conservation Genetics. 17:565-576.
Perretti CT, Zerofski P.J, Sedarat M..  2016.  The spawning dynamics of California market squid (Doryteuthis opalescens) as revealed by laboratory observations. Journal of Molluscan Studies. 82:37-42.
Davies C.E, Johnson A, Wootton E.C, Greenwood S.J, Clark K.F, Vogan C.L, Rowley A.F.  2015.  Effects of population density and body size on disease ecology of the European lobster in a temperate marine conservation zone. Ices Journal of Marine Science. 72:128-138.
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.
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.
Leslie H.M, Basurto X., Nenadovic M., Sievanen L., Cavanaugh K.C, Cota-Nieto J.J, Erisman B.E, Finkbeiner E., Hinojosa-Arango G., Moreno-Baez M. et al..  2015.  Operationalizing the social-ecological systems framework to assess sustainability. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 112:5979-5984.
Halpern B.S, Frazier M., Potapenko J., Casey K.S, Koenig K., Longo C., Lowndes J.S, Rockwood R.C, Selig E.R, Selkoe K.A et al..  2015.  Spatial and temporal changes in cumulative human impacts on the world's ocean. Nature Communications. 6