Alumni Publications

” A rising tide: California’s ongoing commitment to monitoring, managing and enforcing its marine protected areas”
Tyler Hee and Samantha Murray, 2015, Ocean and Coastal Management

“Climate change impacts on mismatches between phytoplankton blooms and fish spawning phenology”
Rebecca G. Asch et al. 2019 Global Change Biology

“Factors influencing ‘Sea to School’ purchaes of local seafood products”
Jeffrey K. O’Hara and Loren McClenachan 2019 Marine Policy

“Many tourists, few fishes: Using tourists’ and locals’ knowledge to assess seafood consumption on vulnerable waters of the archipelago of Bocas del Toro, Panama”
Chapin Dorsett and Nadia T. Rubio-Cisneros 2019. Tourism Management

“Poor fisheries data, many fishers, and increasing tourism development: Interdisciplinary views on past and current small-scale fisheries exploitation on Holbox Island”
Nadia T. Rubio-Cisneros et al. 2018.  Marine Policy

“Conservationscapes:an interdisciplinary framework to link species-focused conservation to human systems” Tara Sayuri Whitty.  2018.  Front Ecol. Environ 16(1), 44-52

“Historical change in a Caribbean reef sponge community and long-term loss of sponge predators”
Katie L. Cramer et al 2018 Marine Ecology Progress Series 601:127-137

“Corals in Healthy Populations Produce More Larvae Per Unit Cover”
Aaron C. Hartmann, Kristen L. Marhaver, Mark J.A. Vermeij 2017. Conservation Letters

“Evaluating the Role of Coastal Habitats and Sea-Level Rise in Hurricane Risk Mitigation: An Ecological Economic Assessment Method and Application to a Business Decision
Sheila M.W. Reddy et. al 2015 Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management

“Factors Influencing Local Decisions to use Habitats to Protect Coastal Communities from Hazards”
Dana Kochnower, Sheila Walsh Reddy and Reinhard Flick 2015.  Ocean & Coastal Magazine

Sex in the Sea: Our Intimate Connection with Sex-Changing Fish, Romantic Lobsters, Kinky Squid, and Other Salty Erotica of the Deep.  Marah Hardt. Available in 2016. 

Climate change and decadal shifts in the phenology of larval fishes in the California Current ecosystem.
Rebecca Asch. 2015 Proceedings of the National Academy of Science.
“How warm days increase belief in global warming.” 2014. Lisa Zaval, Elizabeth A. Keenan, Eric J. Johnson & Elke U. Weber. Nature Climate Change 4: 143-147 DOI: 10.1038/nclimate2093
“Ocean-Based Food Security Threatened in a High CO2 World: A Ranking of Nations’ Vulnerability to Climate Change and Ocean Acidification” Matthew Huelsenbeck. 2012. Oceana | Protecting the World’s Oceans
“Increased oceanic microplastic debris enhances oviposition in an endemic pelagic insect.  Miriam C. Goldstein et al.  2012. Biology Letters