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Publications - Fiorenza Micheli

  1. Micheli, F., C. Butner, G. De Leo, R.G. Martone, G. Shester. In press. A risk-based framework for assessing the cumulative impact of multiple fisheries. Biological Conservation.
  2. Strain E.M.A., R.J. Thomson, F. Micheli, F.P. Mancuso, L. Airoldi. In press. Interactions between multiple stressors in driving the loss of canopy-forming algae to mat-forming algae and opportunities for remediation at a local scale. Global Change Biology.
  3. Ferrario, F., M.W. Beck, C.D. Storlazzi, F. Micheli, C.C. Shepard, L. Airoldi. 2014. The Effectiveness of Coral Reefs for Coastal Hazard Risk Reduction and Adaptation. Nature Communications. DOI: 10.1038/ncomms4794  PDF
  4. Giangrande, A., M.C. Gambi, F. Micheli, K. Kroeker. In press. Fabricidae (Anellida, Sabellida) from a naturally acidified coastal system (Italy) with description of two new species. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom.
  5. McCauley, D.J., E. Power, D.W. Bird, R.B. Dunbar, W.H. Durham, F. Micheli, H. Young. In press. Pushing back against paper-park pushers – Reply to Craigie et al. Biological Conservation.
  6. Guidetti, P., P. Baiata, E. Ballesteros, A. Di Franco, B. Hereu, E. Macpherson, F. Micheli, A. Pais, P.A. Panzalis, A. Rosenberg, M. Zabala, E. Sala. In press. Large-scale assessment of Mediterranean Marine Protected Areas effects on fish assemblages. PLoS ONE.
  7. Booth J.A.T., C.B. Woodson, M. Sutula, F. Micheli, S.B. Weisberg, S. J. Bograd, A. Steele, J. Schoen, L.B. Crowder. 2014. Patterns and potential drivers of declining oxygen content along the southern California coast. Limnol. Oceanogr. 59(4): 1127–1138.  PDF
  8. McCauley, D.J., H.S. Young, R. Guevara, E. Power, R.B. Dunbar, D.W. Bird, W.H. Durham, G.J. Williams, F. Micheli. In press. Positive and negative effects of a threatened parrotfish on reef ecosystems. Conservation Biology.
  9. Wood, C.L., S. Sandin, B. Zgliczynski, A.S. Guerra, F. Micheli. In press. Fishing drives declines in fish parasite diversity and has variable effects on parasite abundance. Ecology.
  10. Micheli, F., G. De Leo, G.G. Shester, R.G. Martone, S. Lluch-Cota, C. Butner, L.B. Crowder, R. Fujita, S. Gelcich, M. Jain, S.E. Lester, B. McCay, R. Pelc, A. Sáenz-Arroyo. 2014. A system-wide approach to supporting improvement in seafood production practices and outcomes. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment12(5): 297-305. PDF 
  11. Micheli, F., P. Mumby, D. Brumbaugh, K. Broad, C. Dahlgren, A. Harborne, K. Holmes, C. Kappel, S. Litvin, J. Sanchirico. 2014. High vulnerability of diversity and function in Caribbean coral reefs. Biological Conservation 171: 186–194.  PDF
  12. Micheli, F., S. Walbridge, B. Halpern, S. Ciriaco, F. Ferretti, S. Fraschetti, L. Njkaer, R. Lewison, A. Rosenberg. In press. Cumulative human impacts on Mediterranean and Black Sea marine ecosystems: assessing current pressures and opportunities. PLoS ONE. PDF
  13. Kim, T.W., J. Barry, F. Micheli. In press. The effects of intermittent exposure to low pH and oxygen conditions on survival and growth of juvenile red abalone.  Biogeosciences. PDF
  14. Rossetto, M., G. De Leo, A. Saenz, A. Greenley, L. Vazquez, A. Espinoza, and F. Micheli.2013. Reproductive potential predicts recruitment rates in abalones. J. Shellfish Res 32(1): 161-169. PDF
  15. Parravicini V., F. Micheli, M. Montefalcone, C. Morri, M. Castellano, G. Albertelli, P. Povero, and C. Nike Bianchi. 2013. Conserving biodiversity in a human-dominated world: degradation of marine sessile communities within a protected area with conflicting human uses.  PLoS ONE 8(10):e75767. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0075767 PDF
  16. Kroeker, K., M.C. Gambi, and F. Micheli. 2013. Community dynamics and ecosystem simplification in a high-CO2 ocean. PNAS early edition. PDF www.pnas.org/cgi/doi/10.1073/pnas.1216464110
  17. Micheli, F., and F. Niccolini. 2013. Achieving success under pressure in the conservation of intensely used coastal areas. Ecology and Society 18(4): 19. PDF
  18. Wood C.L., F. Micheli, M. Fernandez, J.C. Castilla, and J. Carvajal. 2013. Marine protected areas facilitate parasite populations among four fished host species of central Chile. J. Anim. Ecol. 82: 1276-1287. DOI: 10.1111/1365-2656.12104 PDF
  19. McCauley, D.J., E. Power, D.W. Bird, R.B. Dunbar, W.H. Durham, F. Micheli, and H. Young. 2013. Conservation at the edges of the world. Biological Conservation 165: 139–145. PDF
  20. Kim, T.W., and F. Micheli. 2013. Decreased solar radiation and increased temperature combine to facilitate fouling by marine non-indigenous species. Biofouling 29: 501-512. PDF
  21. Micheli, F., N. Levin, S. Giakoumi, S. Katsanevakis , A. Abdulla, M. Coll, S. Fraschetti, S. Kark, D. Koutsoubas, P. Mackelworth, L. Maiorano, and H.P. Possingham. 2013. Setting priorities for regional conservation planning in the Mediterranean Sea. PLoS ONE 8(4): e59038. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0059038 PDF
  22. Barbier E.B., H.M. Leslie, and F. Micheli. In press. Services of Marine Ecosystems: A Quantitative Perspective. Invited chapter in Mark Bertness, John Bruno, Brian Silliman and Jay Stachowicz, eds. Marine Community and Ecology, 2nd ed.,Sinauer Associates, Inc.
  23. Kim, T.W., J. Barry, and F. Micheli. 2013. The effects of intermittent exposure to low pH and oxygen conditions on survival and growth of juvenile red abalone. Biogeosciences 10: 3559-3576. PDF
  24. Haupt, A.J., F. Micheli, and S. Palumbi. 2013. Dispersal at a Snail's Pace: Historical Processes Affect Contemporary Genetic Structure in the Exploited Wavy Top Snail (Megastraea undosa). Journal of Heredity 104: 327-340. DOI:10.1093/jhered/est002. PDF
  25. Madigan, D.J., A.B. Carlisle, H. Dewar, O.E. Snodgrass, S.Y. Litvin, F. Micheli, and B.A. Block. 2012. Stable isotope analysis challenges wasp-waist food web assumptions in an upwelling pelagic ecosystem. Scientific Reports 2: 654. DOI: 10.1038/srep00654. PDF
  26. Kroeker K.J., F. Micheli, and M.C. Gambi. 2012. Ocean acidification causes ecosystem shifts via altered competitive interactions. Nature Climate Change 3: 156–159. DOI: 10.1038/NCLIMATE1680 PDF
  27. Micheli, F., A. Saenz, A. Greenley, L. Vazquez, A. Espinoza, M. Rossetto, and G. De Leo. 2012. Evidence that marine reserves enhance resilience to climatic impacts. PLoS ONE 7(7): e40832. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0040832. PDF
  28. Menzel, S., C. Kappel, B. Broitman, F. Micheli, A. Rosenberg. 2013.Linking human activity and ecosystem condition to inform ecosystem-based management. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems. 23: 506-514.
  29. Giakoumi, S., T. Mazor, S. Fraschetti, S. Kark, M. Portman, M. Coll, J. Steenbeek, H. Possingham, et al. 2012. Advancing marine conservation planning in the Mediterranean Sea. Rev. Fish Biol. Fisheries 22: 943-949. PDF
  30. McCauley, D.J., P. DeSalles, H.S. Young, R.B. Dunbar, R. Dirzo, M.M. Mills, and F. Micheli. 2012. From wing to wing: the persistence of long interaction chains in less-disturbed ecosystems. Scientific Reports 2: 409. DOI: 10.1038/srep00409. PDF
  31. McCauley, D.J., E. Hoffman, H.S. Young, and F. Micheli. 2012. Night shifts: expansion of temporal niche use following reductions in predator density. PLoS ONE 7(6): e38871. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0038871 PDF
  32. McCauley, D.J., H.S. Young, R.B. Dunbar, J. Estes, B.X. Semmens, and F. Micheli. 2012. Assessing the effects of large mobile predators on ecosystem connectivity. Ecol. Appl. 22: 1711–1717. PDF
  33. Fujita, R., A.C. Markham, J. Lynham, F. Micheli, P. Feinberg, L. Bourillón, and A. Saenz-Arroyo. 2013. Ecomarkets For Conservation And Sustainable Development in the coastal zone. Biological Reviews 88(2):273-86. PDF
  34. McCay, B.J., F. Micheli, G. Ponce-Diáz, G. Murray, G. Shester, S. Ramirez-Sanchez, and W. Weisman. In press. Community-based Concessions on the Pacific Coast of Mexico. Marine Policy. PDF
  35. Guidetti, P., and F. Micheli.2012. From arts to marine conservation: reply to Blanford and Stoehr. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 10: 123. PDF
  36. Sala, E., E. Ballesteros, P. Dendrinos, A. Di Franco, F. Ferretti, D. Foley, S. Fraschetti, A. Friedlander, J. Garrabou, H. Güçlüsoy, P. Guidetti, B.S. Halpern, B. Hereu, A.A. Karamanlidis, Z. Kizilkaya, E. Macpherson, L. Mangialajo, S. Mariani, F. Micheli, A. Pais, K. Riser, A. Rosenberg, M. Sales, K.A. Selkoe, R. Starr, F. Tomas, and M. Zabala.2012. The structure of Mediterranean rocky reef ecosystems across environmental and human gradients, and conservation implications. PLoS ONE 7(2): e32742. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0032742 PDF
  37. Martone, R.G., and F. Micheli. 2012. Geographic variation in demography of a temperate reef invertebrate: The importance of considering variation in multiple vital rates. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 457:85-99. PDF
  38. Hoffman, G.E., J.E. Smith, K.S. Johnson, U. Send, L.A. Levin, F. Micheli, A. Paytan, N.N. Price, B. Peterson, Y. Takeshita, P.G. Matson, E. Derse Crook, K.J. Kroeker, M.C. Gambi, E.B. Rivest, C.A. Frieder, P.C. Yu, and T.R. Martz. 2011. High-frequency dynamics of ocean pH: a multi-ecosystem comparison. PLoS ONE 6(12): e28983. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0028983. PDF
  39. Greenley, A. P., A. Muguia-Vega, A. Saenz-Arroyo, L. Vazquez-Vera, and F. Micheli. 2011. New Tetranucleotide Microsatellite Loci in Pink Abalone (Haliotis corrugata) Isolated Via 454 pyrosequencing. Conservation Genetics Resources. DOI 10.1007/s12686-011-9521-5 PDF
  40. McCauley, D. J., K. A. McLean, H. S. Young, J. Bauer, and F. Micheli. 2012. Evaluating the performance of methods for estimating the abundance of rapidly declining coastal shark populations. Ecol. Appl. 22(2):385-92. PDF
  41. Rossetto, M., G. A. De Leo, D. Bevacqua, and F. Micheli. 2012. Allometric scaling of mortality rates with body mass in abalones. Oecologia 168:989-996. PDF
  42. Parravicini, V., A. Rovere, P. Vassallo, F. Micheli, M. Montefalcone, C. Morri, C. Paoli, G. Albertelli, M. Fabiano, and C. N. Bianchi. 2012.Understanding relationships between conflicting human uses and ecosystem status: a geospatial modeling approach. Ecological Indicators 19: 253-263. PDF
  43. Kroeker, K. J., F. Micheli, M. C. Gambi, and T. R. Martz. 2011. Divergent ecosystem responses within a benthic marine community to ocean acidification. PNAS 108: 14515-14520. PDF
  44. Micheli, F., and A. Guerry. 2012. Ecosystem Services. Chapter for the Encyclopedia of Theoretical Ecology (A. Hastings and L. Gross, eds). University of California Press.
  45. Guidetti, P., and F. Micheli. 2011. Ancient art serving marine conservation. FEE 9: 374. Featured in Discovery News http://news.discovery.com/history/ancient-mosaics-marine-conservation-110913.html PDF
  46. Claudet, J., P. Guidetti, D. Mouillot, N.T. Shears, and F. Micheli. 2011. Ecological effects of marine protected areas: conservation, restoration and functioning. Pp. 37-71 In: Marine Protected Areas - A Multidisciplinary Approach. Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK.
  47. Shester, G. and F. Micheli. 2011 Conservation challenges for small-scale fisheries: bycatch and habitat impacts of traps and gillnets. Biological Conservation 144: 1673-1681. PDF
  48. McCauley, D., F. Micheli, H. Young, D. Tittensor, D. Brumbagh, E. Madin, K. E. Holmes, R. B. Dunbar, J. Smith, S. N. Arnold, H. Lotze, and B. Worm. 2010. Acute effects of removing large fish from a near-pristine coral reef. Marine Biology 157: 2739-2750. PDF
  49. Parravicini, V., F. Micheli, M. Montefalcone, E. Villa, C. Morri, and C. Nike Bianchi. 2010. Rapid assessment of epibenthic communities: a comparison between two visual sampling techniques. JEMBE 395: 21-29. PDF
  50. Heiman, K. W., and F. Micheli. 2010. Non-native ecosystem engineer alters estuarine communities. Integrative and Comparative Biology 50: 226-236. PDF
  51. Wood, C. L., K. Lafferty, and F. Micheli. 2010. Fishing out marine parasites? Impacts of fishing on rates of parasitism in the ocean. Ecology Letters 13: 761–775. PDF
  52. Foley, M., B. S. Halpern, F. Micheli, M. H. Armsby, M. R. Caldwell, C. M. Crain, E. Prahler, N. Rohr, D. Sivas, M. W. Beck, M. H. Carr, L. B. Crowder, J. E. Duffy, S. D. Hacker, K. McLeod, C. H. Peterson, H. M. Regan, M. H. Ruckelshaus, P. A. Sandifer, and R. S. Steneck.. 2010. Guiding ecological principles for marine spatial planning. Marine Policy 34: 955-966. PDF
  53. Kellner, J. B., S. Y. Litvin, A. Hastings, F. Micheli, and P. J. Mumby. 2010. Disentangling trophic interactions inside a Caribbean marine reserve. Ecological Applications 20: 1979-1992. PDF
  54. Costello C., A. Rassweiler, D. Siegel, G. De Leo, F. Micheli, and A. Rosenberg. 2010.The value of spatial information in MPA network design. PNAS, published online doi: 0.1073/pnas.0908057107 PDF
  55. Teck S., B. Halpern, C. Kappel, F. Micheli, K. Selkoe, J. Avari, R. Cooke, C. Crain, B. Fischhoff, R. Martone, G. Murray, and C. Shearer. 2010. Using expert judgment to assess the vulnerability of marine ecosystems in the California Current. Ecological Applications 20: 1402-1416. PDF
  56. Halpern, B. S., C. V. Kappel, F. Micheli, and K. A. Selkoe.  2010.  Human impacts on marine ecosystems.  Pp. 83-85 In: Conservation Biology for all (N. S. Sodhi and P. R. Ehrlich, eds.), Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK.
  57. Mullineaux, L. S., F. Micheli, C.H. Peterson, H. S. Lenihan, and N. Markus. 2009. Imprint of past environmental regimes on structure and succession of a deep-sea hydrothermal vent community. Oecologia 161: 387-400. PDF
  58. Halpern, B. S., C. V. Kappel, K. A. Selkoe, F. Micheli, C. Ebert, C. Kontgis, C. Crain, R. Martone, C. Shearer, and S. Teck. 2009. Mapping cumulative human impacts to California Current marine ecosystems. Conservation Letters 2: 138-148. PDF
  59. Halpern, B.S., C. Ebert, C. V. Kappel, E. M. P. Madin, F. Micheli, M. Perry, K. A. Selkoe, and S. Walbridge. 2009. Global priority areas for incorporating land-sea connections in marine conservation. Conservation Letters 2: 189-196. PDF
  60. Kappel, C.V., B.S. Halpern, R.G. Martone, F. Micheli, and K.A. Selkoe. 2009. In the zone comprehensive ocean protection. Issues in Science and Technology 25: 33-44. PDF
  61. Fraschetti, S., P. d'Ambrosio, F. Micheli, S. Bussotti, F. Pizzolante, A. Terlizzi. 2009. Design of Marine Protected Areas in a human-dominated seascape. Marine Ecology Progress Series 375: 13-24. PDF
  62. Neslo, R., F. Micheli, C. V. Kappel, K. A. Selkoe, B. S. Halpern, and R. M. Cooke. 2008. Modeling stakeholder preferences with probabilistic inversion: application to prioritizing marine ecosystem vulnerabilities.  In: Real time and deliberative decision making: application to risk assessment for non-chemical stressors. (I. Linkov, E. Ferguson, and V. Magar, Eds.), Springer, Amsterdam.
  63. Selkoe, K. A., C. V. Kappel, B. S. Halpern, F. Micheli, C. D'Agrosa, J. Bruno, K. S. Casey, C. Ebert, H. E. Fox, R. Fujita, D. Heinemann, H. S. Lenihan, E. M. P. Madin, M. Perry, E. R. Selig, M. Spalding, R. Steneck, S. Walbridge, and R. Watson. 2008.Reply to comment on "A Global Map of Human Impact on Marine Ecosystems" by Michael R. Heath. Science 321: 1446-1447. PDF
  64. Halpern, B. S., S. Waldbridge, K. A. Selkoe, C. V. Kappel, F. Micheli and 14 others. 2008. A global map of human impact on marine ecosystems. Science 319: 948-952 (this work was selected for a press briefing at the AAAS annual meeting and was covered by 100s media articles and broadcasts, from small-town newspapers to New York Times, CBS, the BBC and NPR. More recently, the cumulative impact map was included as one of twelve data layers in the new Google Earth feature Google Ocean that will be launched on February 2, 2009 and thereafter viewable by everyone for free). PDF
  65. Harborne, A. R., P. J. Mumby, C. V. Kappel, C. P. Dahlgren, F. Micheli, K. E. Holmes, J. N. Sanchirico, K. Broad, I. A. Elliott, and D. R. Brumbaugh. 2008b. Reserve effects and natural variation in coral reef communities. Journal of Applied Ecology 45: 1010-1018. PDF
  66. Harborne, A. R., P. J. Mumby, C. V. Kappel, C. P. Dahlgren, F. Micheli, K. E. Holmes, and D. R. Brumbaugh. 2008. Tropical coastal habitats as surrogates of fish community structure, grazing, and fisheries value. Ecological Applications 18: 1689-1701. PDF
  67. Lenihan, H. S., S. Mills, L. S. Mullineaux, C. H. Peterson, C. R. Fisher, and F. Micheli. 2008. Biotic interactions at hydrothermal vents: recruitment inhibition by the mussel Bathymodiolus thermophilus. Deep Sea Research 155: 1707-1717. PDF
  68. Heiman, K. W., N. Vidargas, and F. Micheli. 2008. Non-native habitat as a home for non-native species: comparison of communities associated with invasive tubeworm and native oyster reefs. Aquatic Biology 2: 47-56. PDF
  69. Mumby, P. J, K. Broad, D. R. Brumbaugh, C. P. Dahlgren, A. R. Harborne, A. Hastings, K. E. Holmes, C. V.Kappel, F. Micheli, and J. N. Sanchirico. 2008. Coral reef habitats as surrogates of species, ecological functions and ecosystem services. Conservation Biology 22: 941-951. PDF
  70. Micheli, F., A. O. Shelton, S. M. Bushinsky, A. L. Chiu, A. J. Haupt, K. W. Heiman, C. V. Kappel, M. C. Lynch, R. G. Martone, R. B. Dunbar, and J Watanabe. 2008. Persistence of depleted abalones in marine reserves of central California. Biological Conservation 141: 1078-1090. PDF
  71. Doak, D., J. Estes, B. Halpern, D. R. Lindberg, J. Lovvorn, D. Monson, M. T. Tinker, T.  Williams, J. T. Wootton, I. Carroll, M. Emmerson, F. Micheli, and M. Novak. 2008. Understanding and Predicting Ecological Dynamics: Are Major Surprises Inevitable? Ecology 89: 952-961. PDF
  72. Micheli, F., M. Bishop, C. H. Peterson, and J. Rivera. 2008. Alteration of seagrass species composition and function over two decades. Ecological Monographs 78: 225-244. PDF
  73. Tittensor, D. P., F. Micheli, M. Nystrom, and B. Worm. 2007. Human impacts on the species-area relationship in reef fish assemblages. Ecology Letters 10: 760-772. PDF
  74. Halpern, B. S., K. A. Selkoe, F. Micheli, and C. V. Kappel. 2007. Evaluating and ranking the vulnerability of marine ecosystems to anthropogenic threats. Conservation Biology 21: 1301-1315. PDF
  75. Worm, B., E. B. Barbier, N. Beaumont, J. E. Duffy, C. Folke, B. S. Halpern, J. B. C. Jackson, H. K. Lotze, F. Micheli, S. Palumbi, E. Sala, K. A. Selkoe, J. J. Stachowicz, and R. Watson. 2007. Response to comments on 'Impacts of biodiversity loss on ocean ecosystem services'. Science 316: 1285d-1286d. PDF
  76. Baskett, M. L., F. Micheli, and S. A. Levin. 2007. Designing marine reserves for interacting species: insights from theory. Biological Conservation 137: 163-179. PDF
  77. Mumby, P. J., A. R. Harborne, J. Williams, C. V. Kappel, D. R. Brumbaugh, F. Micheli F., K. E. Holmes, C. P. Dahlgren, C. B. Paris, and P. G. Blackwell. 2007.Trophic cascade facilitates coral recruitment in a marine reserve. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 104: 8362-8367. PDF
  78. Stevenson C., L. Katz, F. Micheli, B. Block, K. Heiman, C. Perle, K. Weng, R. Dunbar, and J. Witting. 2007. High apex predator biomass in remote Pacific islands. Coral Reefs 26: 47-51. PDF
  79. Worm, B., E. B. Barbier, N. Beaumont, J. E. Duffy, C. Folke, B. S. Halpern, J. B.C. Jackson, H. K. Lotze, F. Micheli, S. Palumbi, E. Sala, K. A. Selkoe, J. J. Stachowicz, and R. Watson. 2006. Impacts of biodiversity loss on ocean ecosystem services. Science 314: 787-790 (This article was covered by over 500 media articles and broadcasts, from small-town newspapers to CNN, New York Times, FOX news, and even Al-Jazeera.  National fishery ministers of several nations, as well as the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) have issued public comments on the paper). PDF
  80. Harborne, A. R., P. J. Mumby, F. Micheli, C. T. Perry, C. P. Dahlgren, D. Brumbaugh, and P. Kramer. 2006. The functional value of Caribbean reef habitats to ecosystem processes. Advances in Marine Biology 50: 57-189. PDF
  81. Mumby, P. J., F. Micheli, C. P. Dahgren, S. Y. Litvin, A. B. Gill, D. R. Brumbaugh, K. Broad, J. N. Sanchirico, C. V. Kappel, A. R. Harborne, and K. E. Holmes. 2006. Marine Parks Need Sharks? – response. Science 312: 527. PDF
  82. Hilborn, R., F. Micheli, and G. De Leo. 2006. Integrating Marine Protected Areas with catch regulation. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 63: 642-649. PDF
  83. Mumby, P. J., C. P. Dahlgren, A. R. Harborne, C. V. Kappel, F. Micheli, D. R. Brumbaugh, K. E. Holmes, J. M. Mendes, K. Broad, J. N. Sanchirico, K. Buch, S. Box, R. W. Stoffle, and A. B. Gill. 2006. Fishing, trophic cascades, and the process of grazing on coral reefs. Science 311: 98-101. PDF
  84. Armsworth, P. R., C. V. Kappel, F. Micheli, and E. Bjorkstedt. 2006. Working seascapes. In: The Endangered Species Act at thirty: Conserving biodiversity in human-dominated landscapes (J. M. Scott, D. D. Goble, and F. W. Davis, Eds.), Volume 2. Washington, DC: Island Press.
  85. Micheli, F., and B. S. Halpern. 2005. Low functional redundancy in coastal marine assemblages. Ecology Letters 8: 391-400. PDF
  86. Micheli, F., L. Benedetti-Cecchi, S. Gambaccini, I. Bertocci, C. Borsini, G. C. Osio, and F. Romano. 2005. Cascading human impacts, marine protected areas, and the structure of Mediterranean reef assemblages. Ecological Monographs 75: 81-102. PDF
  87. Ruesink, J., H. Lenihan, A. Trimble, K. Heiman, F. Micheli, J. Byers, and M. Kay. 2005. Introduction of non-native oysters: ecosystem effects and restoration implications. Annual Reviews in Ecology and Systematics 36: 643-686. PDF
  88. Jackson, J. B. C., J. C. Ogden, J. M. Pandolfi, N. Baron, R. H. Bradbury, H. M. Guzman, T. P. Hughes, C. V. Kappel, F. Micheli, H. P. Possingham, and E. Sala. 2005. Reassessing US coral reefs - Response. Science 308: 1741-1742. PDF
  89. Pandolfi, J. M., J. B. C. Jackson, N. Baron, R. H. Bradbury, H. M. Guzmán, T. P. Hughes, C. V. Kappel, F. Micheli, J. C. Ogden, H. P. Possingham, and E. Sala. 2005. Are US coral reefs on the slippery slope to slime? Science 307: 1725-1726. PDF
  90. Palmer, M. A., E. Bernhardt, E. Chorneski, S. L. Collins, A. Dobson, C. Duke, B. Gold, R. Jacobson, S. Kingsland, R. Kranz, M. Mappin, M. L. Martinez, F. Micheli, J. Morse, M. Pace, M. Pascual, S. Palumbi, O. J. Reichman, A. Townsend, and M. Turner. 2005. Ecological Science and Sustainability for the 21st Century. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 3: 4-11. PDF
  91. Sancho, G., C. R. Fisher, S. Mills, F. Micheli, G. A. Johnson, H. Lenihan, C. H. Peterson, and L. S. Mullineaux. 2005. Selective predation by the zoarcid fish Thermarces cerberus at hydrothermal vents. Deep-Sea Research 52: 837-844. PDF
  92. Armsworth, P. R., C. V. Kappel, F. Micheli, and E. P. Bjorkstedt.  2005.  Marine species.  In: The Endangered Species Act at thirty: Renewing the conservation promise. (D. D. Goble, J. M. Scott, and F. W. Davis, Eds.), Volume 1. Washington, DC: Island Press.
  93. Micheli, F., B. S. Halpern, L. W. Botsford, and R. R. Warner. 2004. Trajectories and correlates of community change in no-take marine reserves. Ecological Applications 14: 1709-1723. PDF
  94. Micheli, F., A. Amarasekare, J. Bascompte, and L. R. Gerber. 2004. Including species interactions in the design and evaluation of marine reserves: some insights from a predator-prey model. Bulletin of Marine Science, Special issue on "Confronting Trade-offs in the Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries Management", vol. 74(3): 653-669. PDF
  95. Palmer, M. A., E. Bernhardt, E. Chorneski, S. L. Collins, A. Dobson, C. Duke, B. Gold, R. Jacobson, S. Kingsland, R. Kranz, M. Mappin, M. L. Martinez, F. Micheli, J. Morse, M. Pace, M. Pascual, S. Palumbi, O. J. Reichman, A. L. Simons, A. Townsend, and M. Turner. 2004. Ecology for a Crowded Planet. Science 304: 1251-1252. PDF
  96. Peterson, C. H., R. A. Luettich, Jr., F. Micheli, and G. A. Skilleter. 2004. Attenuation of water flow inside seagrass canopies of differing structure. Marine Ecology Progress Series 268: 81-92. PDF
  97. Gram, W. K., E. T. Borer, K. L. Cottingham, E. W. Seabloom, V. L. Boucher, L. Goldwasser, F. Micheli, B. E. Kendall, and R. S. Burton. 2004. Distribution of plants in a California serpentine grassland: are rocky hummocks spatial refuges for native species?  Plant Ecology 172: 159-171. PDF
  98. Seabloom, E. W., E. T. Borer, V. L. Boucher, R. S. Burton, K. L. Cottingham, L. Goldwasser, W. K. Gram, B. E. Kendall, and F. Micheli. 2003. Competition, seed limitation, disturbance, and the reestablishment of California native annual forbs. Ecological Applications 13: 575-592. PDF
  99. Mullineaux, L. S., C. H. Peterson, F. Micheli, and S. W. Mills.2003. Successional mechanism varies along a gradient in hydrothermal fluid flux at deep-sea vents. Ecological Monographs 73: 523-542. PDF
  100. Benedetti-Cecchi, L., E. Maggi, I. Bertocci, S. Vaselli, F. Micheli, G. C. Osio, and F. Cinelli. 2003. Variation in rocky shore assemblages in the Northwest Mediterranean: contrasts between islands and the mainland. J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 293: 193-215. PDF
  101. Benedetti-Cecchi, L., I. Bertocci, F. Micheli, E. Maggi, T. Fosella and S. Vaselli 2003. Implications of spatial heterogeneity for management of marine protected areas (MPAs): examples from assemblages from rocky coasts in the northwest Mediterranean. Marine Environmental Research 55: 429-458. PDF
  102. Botsford L. W., Micheli F. and Hastings A. 2003. Principles for the design of marine reserves. Ecological Applications S13: 25-31. PDF
  103. Micheli F., Peterson C. H., Mullineaux L. S., Fisher C. R., Mills, S. W., Sancho G., Johnson G. A., and Lenihan H. S. 2002. Predation structures communities at deep-sea hydrothermal vents. Ecological Monographs 72: 365-382. PDF
  104. Bulleri, F., I. Bertocci, and F. Micheli. 2002. The interplay of encrusting coralline algae and sea urchins in maintaining alternative habitats. Marine Ecology Progress Series 243: 101-109. PDF
  105. Fraschetti, S., A. Terlizzi, F. Micheli, L. Benedetti-Cecchi, and F. Boero. 2002. Marine protected areas in the Mediterranean Sea: objectives, effectiveness and monitoring. Marine Ecology 23: 190-200. PDF
  106. Rusak, J. A., N. D. Yan, K. M. Somers, K. L. Cottingham, F. Micheli, S. R. Carpenter, T. M. Frost, M. J. Paterson, and D. J. McQueen. 2002. Temporal, spatial, and taxonomic patterns of crustacean zooplankton variability in unmanipulated north-temperate lakes. Limnology and Oceanography 47: 613-625. PDF
  107. Micheli, F., G. A. Polis, P. D. Boersma, M. A. Hixon, E. A. Norse, P. V. R. Snelgrove, and M. E. Soule'. 2001. Human alteration of food webs: research priorities for conservation and management. In: Conservation Biology:  Research Priorities for the Next Decade. (M. E. Soule' and G. H. Orians, Eds.), 2nd edition. Island Press, Washington, D.C.
  108. Hixon, M. A., E. A. Norse, M. L. Hunter, Jr., P. D. Boersma, F. Micheli, H. P. Possingham, and P. V. R. Snelgrove. 2001. Oceans at Risk:  Research Priorities in Marine Conservation Biology. In: Conservation Biology:  Research Priorities for the Next Decade. (M. E. Soule' and G. H. Orians, Eds.), 2nd edition. Island Press, Washington, D.C.
  109. Lenihan, H. S., and F. Micheli. 2001. Soft-sediment communities. In: Marine Community Ecology. (M. Bertness, M. Hay, and S. Gaines, Eds.), Sinauer, Sunderland, Massachusetts.
  110. Sagarin, R. D., and F. Micheli. 2001. Climate change in non-traditional data sets: the case of the Nenana Ice Classic. Science 294: 811. PDF
  111. Collins, S. L., F. Micheli, and L. Hartt. 2000. A method to determine rate and pattern of variability in ecological communities. Oikos 91: 285-293. PDF
  112. Peterson, C. H., H. C. Summerson, E. Thomson, H. S. Lenihan, J. Grabowski, L. Manning, F. Micheli, and G. Johnson.  2000.  Synthesis of linkages between benthic and fish communities as a key to protecting essential fish habitat.  Bulletin of Marine Science 66: 759-774. PDF
  113. Lenihan, H. S., and F. Micheli. 2000.  Biological effects of shellfish harvesting on oyster reefs: resolving a fishery conflict using ecological experimentation.  Fishery Bulletin 98: 86-95. PDF
  114. Micheli, F. 1999.  Eutrophication, fisheries, and consumer-resource dynamics in marine pelagic ecosystems.  Science 285: 1396-1398. PDF
  115. Micheli, F., and C. H. Peterson. 1999.  Estuarine vegetated habitats as corridors for predator movements.  Conservation Biology 13: 869-881. PDF
  116. Micheli, F., K. Cottingham, J. Bascompte, O. Bjornstad, J. Eckert, J. Fischer, T. Keitt, B. Kendall, J. Klug, and J. Rusak. 1999.  The dual nature of community variability.  Oikos 85: 161-169. PDF
  117. Lenihan, H.S., F. Micheli, S. W. Shelton, and C. H. Peterson. 1999.  The influence of multiple environmental stressors on susceptibility to parasites: an experimental determination with oysters.  Limnology and Oceanography 44: 910-924. PDF
  118. Pinckney, J. L., and F. Micheli. 1998.  Microalgae on seagrass mimics: does epiphyte community structure differ from live seagrasses?  Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 221: 59-70. PDF
  119. Micheli, F. 1997.  Effects of predator foraging behavior on patterns of prey mortality in marine soft bottoms.  Ecological Monographs 67: 203-224. PDF
  120. Micheli, F. 1997.  Effects of previous experience on crab foraging in a mobile and a sedentary species.  Animal Behaviour 53:1149-1159. PDF
  121. Micheli, F. 1996.  Predation intensity in estuarine soft bottoms: between-habitat comparisons and experimental artifacts.  Marine Ecology Progress Series 141: 295-302. PDF
  122. Micheli, F. 1995.  Behavioural plasticity in prey size selectivity of the blue crab Callinectes sapidus, feeding on bivalve prey.  Journal of Animal Ecology 64: 63-74. PDF
  123. Micheli, F. 1993.  Effect of mangrove litter species and availability on survival, moulting, and reproduction of the mangrove crab Sesarma messaJournal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 171: 149-163. PDF
  124. Micheli, F. 1993.  Feeding ecology of mangrove crabs in North Eastern Australia: mangrove litter consumption by Sesarma messa  and Sesarma smithiiJournal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 171: 165-186. PDF
  125. Micheli, F., F. Gherardi, and M. Vannini. 1991.  Feeding and burrowing ecology of two East African mangrove crabs.  Marine Biology 111: 247-254. PDF
  126. Micheli, F. 1991.  Bilateral gynandromorph of the fresh-water crab Potamon fluviatile Herbst (Decapoda: Brachyura).  Journal of Crustacean Biology 11: 561-568. PDF
  127. Gherardi, F., F. Micheli, and M. Vannini. 1991.  Preliminary observations of the clustering behaviour of the tropical hermit crab, Clibanarius laevimanusEthology Ecology & Evolution, Special Issue 1: 151-153.
  128. Micheli, F., F. Gherardi, and M. Vannini. 1990. Growth and reproduction in the freshwater crab Potamon fluviatile Herbst (Decapoda, Brachyura). Freshwater Biology 23: 491-503. PDF
  129. Gherardi, F., F. Micheli, and M. Vannini. 1990.  Movement patterns and dispersal of the hermit crab Clibanarius longitarsus in a mangrove swamp. Marine Behaviour and Physiology 16: 209-223.
  130. Gherardi, F., F. Micheli, and M. Vannini. 1990. Patterns of movement of the hermit crab, Clibanarius longitarsus, in a mangrove swamp. Ethology, Ecology & Evolution 2: 312-313.
  131. Gherardi, F., F. Tarducci, and F. Micheli. 1989.  Energy maximization and foraging strategies in Potamon fluviatile (Decapoda, Brachyura). Freshwater Biology 22: 233-245. PDF
  132. Gherardi, F., and F. Micheli. 1989.  Population structure and relative growth of Potamon potamios in the Dead Sea area. Israel Journal of Zoology 36: 133-145.
  133. Gherardi, F., F. Micheli, F. Monaci, and F. Tarducci. 1988.  Note sulla biologia ed ecologia del granchio di fiume Potamon fluviatile. Bollettino del Museo di Storia Naturale della Lunigiana 6-7: 169-174.
  134. Gherardi, F., F. Micheli, and C. Nocchi. 1987.  Ecoethology in river crabs: the use of radio-telemetry. Monitore zoologico italiano (N.S.) 21: 189-190.

Publications - Charles Boch

  1. Boch, C. A. and A. N. C. Morse. 2012. Testing the effectiveness of direct propagation techniques for coral restoration of Acropora sppEcological Engineering. 40: 11-17. Doi:10.1016/j.ecoleng.2011.12.026.
  2. Boch, C. A., B. Ananthasubramaniam, A. M. Sweeney, F. J. Doyle III, and D. E. Morse.  2011.  Effects of light dynamics on coral spawning synchrony. Biol. Bull. 220: 161-173.  Selected as the Cover for the June 2011 issue. PDF
  3. Sweeney, A. M., C. A. Boch, S. Johnsen, and D. E. Morse.  2011.  Twilight spectral dynamics and the coral reef invertebrate spawning response.  Journal of Experimental Biology. 214: 770-777. PDF
  4. Guest, J.R., A. J. Heyward, M. Omori, K. Iwao, A. N. C. Morse, and C. Boch. 2010. Rearing coral larvae for reef rehabilitation. Chapter 5:73-98 In: Reef Rehabilitation Manual (A. J. Edwards, ed.), Coral Reef Targeted Research & Capacity Building for Management Program: St Lucia, Australia.

Publications - Cheryl Butner

  1. Micheli, F., C. Butner, G. De Leo, R.G. Martone, G. Shester. In press. A risk-based framework for assessing the cumulative impact of multiple fisheries. Biological Conservation.
  2. Micheli, F., G. De Leo, G.G. Shester, R.G. Martone, S. Lluch-Cota, C. Butner, L.B. Crowder, R. Fujita, S. Gelcich, M. Jain, S.E. Lester, B. McCay, R. Pelc, A. Sáenz-Arroyo. 2014. A system-wide approach to supporting improvement in seafood production practices and outcomes. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment12(5): 297-305.  PDF

Publications - Francesco Ferretti

  1. Ferretti, F., Osio, G., Jenkins, C.J., Rosenberg, A.A., and Lotze, H.K. 2013. Long-term change in a meso-predator community in response to prolonged and heterogeneous human impact. Scientific Reports 3:1057. DOI:10.1038/srep01057 PDF
  2. McClenachan, L., F. Ferretti, and J. Baum. 2012. Recovery Targets, Fisheries Quotas, and Extinction Risk: The Case for Incorporating Historical Data into Biological Reference Points. Conservation Letters. DOI: 10.1111/j.1755-263X.2012.00253.x
  3. Sala, E., E. Ballesteros, P. Dendrinos, A. Di Franco, F. Ferretti, et al. 2012. The structure of Mediterranean rocky reef ecosystems across environmental and human gradients, and conservation implications. Plos One 7(2): e32742. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0032742 PDF

Publications - Kristen Honey

  1. Fujita, R., J. H. Moxley, H. DeBey, T. Van Leuvan, A. Leumer, K. Honey, S. Aguilera, and M. Foley. In press. Managing for a resilient ocean. Marine Policy. PDF
  2. Woodson, C.B., J. A. Barth, O. M. Cheriton, M. A. McManus, J. P. Ryan, L. Washburn, K. N. Carden, B. S. Cheng, J. Fernandes, L. E. Garske, T. C. Gouhier, A. J. Haupt, K. T. Honey, M. F. Hubbard, A. Iles, L. Kara, M. C. Lynch, B. Mahoney, M. Pfaff, M. L. Pinsky, M. J. Robart, J. S. Stewart, S. J. Teck, and A. True. 2011. Observations of internal wave packets propagating along‐shelf in northern Monterey Bay. Geophysical Research Letters 38: L01605, doi:10.1029/2010GL045453 PDF
  3. Honey, K. T., J. H. Moxley, and R. M. Fujita. 2010. From Rags to Fishes: Data-Poor Methods for Fishery Managers. Managing Data-Poor Fisheries: Case Studies, Models & Solutions 1:159–184.California Sea Grant College Program 2010. PDF
  4. Fujita, R.M., K. T. Honey, A. Morris, J. R. Wilson, and H. Russell.  Cooperative Strategies in Fisheries Management: Integrating Across Scales. 2010. Bulletin of Marine Science 86(2): 251-271. PDF

Publications - Kristy Kroeker

  1. Pinsky, M.L., K.J. Kroeker, C.A. Logan, and D.J. Barshis.  In press.  Marine conservation and climate change. In: Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, Elsevier Inc.
  2. Hofmann, G.E., J.E. Smith, K.S. Johnson, U. Send, L.A. Levin, F. Micheli, A. Paytan, N.N. Price, B. Peterson, Y. Takeshita, P.G. Matson, E. Derse Crook, K.J. Kroeker, M.C. Gambi, E.B. Rivest, C.A. Frieder, P.C. Yu, and T.R. Martz. 2011. High-frequency dynamics in ocean pH: A multi-ecosystem comparison. PLoS ONE 6(12): e28983. PDF
  3. Kroeker, K.J., F. Micheli , M.C. Gambi, and T.R. Martz. 2011. Divergent ecosystem responses to ocean acidification, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA. DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1107789. PDF
  4. Kroeker, K.J., R.L. Kordas, R.N. Crim and G.G. Singh. 2011. Response to Technical comment on "Meta-analysis reveals negative yet variable effects of ocean acidification on marine organisms." Ecology Letters 14: E1-E2. PDF
  5. Kroeker, K.J., R.L. Kordas, R.N. Crim, and G.G. Singh. 2010. Meta-analysis reveals negative yet variable effects of ocean acidification on marine organisms. Ecology Letters 13: 1419–1434. PDF
  6. Crain, C.M., K. Kroeker, and B.S. Halpern. 2008. Interactions and cumulative impacts of multiple stressors in marine ecosystems. Ecology Letters 11: 1304-1315. PDF
  7. Kroeker, K.J., C.M. Crain, and F. Micheli. Deconstructing climate change: Interactive effects between multiple climatic stressors in marine ecosystems. In revision.
  8. Kroeker, K.J., F. Micheli, and M.C. Gambi. Ocean acidification causes a reduction in ecological resilience. In prep.
  9. McLeod, E., K.R.N. Anthony, A.J. Andersson, R. Bedeen, J. Kleypas, K.L. Kroeker, D. Manzello, R. Salm, H. Schuttenberg, J.E. Smith. Can we manage for ocean acidification on coral reefs? Submitted: Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment.

Publications - Steve Litvin

  1. Field, J.C., S.Y. Litvin, A.B. Carlisle, J.S. Stewart, W.F. Gilly, and R.I. Ruiz-Cooley. In press. Stable isotope analysis of Humboldt squid prey: Comment on Miller et al. Marine Ecology Progress Series
  2. Weinstein, M.P., S.Y. Litvin, and J.M. Krebs. In press. Restoration ecology: Ecological fidelity, restoration metrics, and a systems perspective. Ecological Engineering. PDF
    Micheli, F., P.J. Mumby, D.R. Brumbaugh, K. Broad, C.P. Dahlgren, A.R. Harborne, K.E. Holmes, C.V. Kappel, S.Y. Litvin, and J.N. Sanchirico. In press.  High vulnerability of diversity and function in Caribbean coral reef seascapes. Biological Conservation
  3. Gilly, W.F., M. Beman, S.Y. Litvin, and B. Robison. 2013. Oceanographic and biological effects of shoaling of the Oxygen Minimum Zone. Annual Review of Marine Science 5: 393-420. PDF
  4. Madigan D.J., S.Y. Litvin, B.N. Popp, A.B. Carlisle, C.J. Farwell, and B.A. Block. 2012. Tissue Turnover Rates and Isotopic Trophic Discrimination Factors in the Endothermic Teleost, Pacific Bluefin Tuna (Thunnus orientalis). PLoS ONE 7(11): e49220. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0049220 PDF
    Madigan, D.J., A.B. Carlisle, H. Dewar, O.E. Snodgrass, S.Y. Litvin, F. Micheli, and B.A. Block. 2012. Stable isotope analysis challenges wasp-waist food web assumptions in an upwelling pelagic ecosystem. Nature Scientific Reports 2: 654. PDF
  5. Weinstein, M.P., S.Y. Litvin, and M.G. Frisk. 2012. Reversing Two Centuries of Wetland Degradation: Can Science Better Inform Policy & Practice? Pp. 353 - 382 In M.P. Weinstein and R.E. Turner (eds.), Sustainability Science: The Emerging Paradigm and the Urban Environment. Springer PDF
  6. Litvin, S.Y., V.G. Guida, and M.P. Weinstein. 2011. Lipid class dynamics and storage depots in juvenile weakfish Cynoscion regalis and their application to condition assessment.  Journal of Fish Biology 78:5 1294-1310. PDF
  7. Weinstein, M.P., S.Y. Litvin, and V.G. Guida. 2010. Stable isotope and biochemical composition of white perch in a Phragmites dominated salt marsh and adjacent waters. Wetlands 30: 1181-1191. PDF
  8. Kellner, J., S.Y. Litvin, A. Hastings, P.J. Mumby, and F. Micheli. 2010. Disentangling trophic interactions inside a Caribbean marine reserve. Ecological Applications 20:1979–1992. PDF
  9. Weinstein, M.P., S.Y. Litvin, and V.G. Guida. 2009. Tier III essential fish habitat and restoration success criteria: biochemical condition of the common mummichog, Fundulus heteroclitus in common reed, Phragmites australis versus smooth cordgrass, Spartina alterniflora dominated salt marshes.
    Estuaries and Coasts 32(5): 1011-1022. PDF
  10. Weinstein, M.P., S.Y. Litvin, V.G. Guida, and R. C. Chambers. 2009. Is global climate change influencing the overwintering distribution of weakfish (Cynoscion regalis, Bloch & Schneider, 1801)? Journal of Fish Biology 75(3): 693-698. PDF
  11. Mumby, P.J., F. Micheli, C.P. Dahlgren, S.Y. Litvin, A.B. Gill, D.R. Brumbaugh, K. Broad, J.N. Sanchirico, C.V. Kappel, A.R. Harborne, and K.E. Holmes. 2006. Marine parks need sharks? Response to letter. Science 312: 527-528. PDF
  12. Weinstein, M.P., S.Y. Litvin, and V.G. Guida. 2005. Considerations of habitat linkages, estuary landscapes, and trophic spectrum in wetland restoration design. Journal of Coastal Research SI 40: 51- 63. PDF
  13. Litvin, S.Y. and M.P. Weinstein. 2004. Multivariate analysis of stable isotope ratios to infer movements and utilization of estuarine organic matter by juvenile weakfish (Cynoscion regalis). Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 61(10): 1851-1861. PDF
  14. Litvin, S.Y. and M.P. Weinstein. 2003. Life history strategies of estuarine nekton: the role of marsh macrophytes, benthic microalgae, and phytoplankton in the trophic spectrum. Estuaries 26(2B): 552 - 563. PDF
  15. Weinstein, M.P., S.Y. Litvin, K.I. Bosley, C.M. Fuller, and S.C. Wainright. 2000. The role of tidal salt marsh as an energy source for juvenile marine transient finfishes: a stable isotope approach. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 129: 797-810. PDF

Publications - Daniel Madigan

  1. Madigan DJ, Baumann Z, Snodgrass OE, Ergül HA, Dewar H, NS Fisher. 2013. Radiocesium in Pacific bluefin tuna Thunnus orientalis in 2012 validates new tracer technique. Environmental Science & Technology, DOI: 10.1021/es4002423. PDF & LINK
  2. Madigan, D. J., Baumann, Z., Carlisle, A. B., Hoen, D. K., Popp, B. N., Munch, S., Dewar, H., Snodgrass, O. E., Block, B. A., & Fisher, N. S. A new tracer toolbox reveals migration patterns of a pelagic predator, Pacific bluefin tuna Thunnus orientalis. in prep.
  3. Fisher, N. S., Beaugelin-Seiller, K., Hinton, T. G., Baumann, Z., Madigan, D. J., & Garnier-LaPlace, J. An evaluation of radiation doses and associated risk from the Fukushima nuclear accident to marine biota and human consumers of seafood. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A., submitted.
  4. Madigan, D. J.; Baumann, Z.; Fisher, N. S. Pacific bluefin tuna transport Fukushima-derived radionuclides from Japan to California. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 2012, 109 (24), 9483-9486. PDF & LINK
  5. Madigan, D. J., Carlisle, A. B., Dewar, H., Snodgrass, O. E., Litvin, S. Y., Micheli, F., & Block, B. A. Stable isotope analysis challenges wasp-waist food web assumptions in an upwelling pelagic food web. Sci. Rep. 2012, 2 (654), e654. PDF & LINK
  6. Madigan, D. J., Litvin, S. Y., Popp, B. N., Carlisle, A. B., Farwell, C. J., & Block, B. A. Tissue turnover rates and isotopic trophic discrimination factors in the endothermic teleost, Pacific bluefin tuna (Thunnus orientalis). PLoS ONE 2012, 7 (11), e49220. doi:49210.41371/journal.pone.0049220. PDF & LINK
  7. Carlisle, A.B., S.L. Kim, B.X. Semmens, D.J. Madigan, S.J. Jorgensen, et al. 2012. Using Stable Isotope Analysis to Understand the Migration and Trophic Ecology of Northeastern Pacific White Sharks (Carcharodon carcharias). PLoS ONE 7(2): e30492. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0030492 PDF
  8. Burge, E. J.; Madigan, D. J.; Burnett, L. E.; Burnett, K. G. Lysozyme gene expression by hemocytes of Pacific white shrimp, Litopenaeus vannamei, after injection with Vibrio. Fish & shellfish immunology 2007, 22 (4), 327-339.LINK

Commentary:

  1. Madigan, D.J. & C. Safina. Eating Tuna: What's in Your Roll? What's in Your Can? Huffington Post

Publications - Jennifer O'Leary

  1. O’Leary, J.K., D. Potts, K.M. Schoenrock, and T.R. McClanahan. 2013. Fish and sea urchin grazing opens settlement space equally but urchins reduce survival of coral recruits. Marine Ecology Progress Series 493: 165-177. PDF
  2. Halpern, B.S., C. Longo, D. Hardy, K.L. McLeod, J.F. Samhouri, S.K. Katona, K. Kleisner, S.E. Lester, J. O’Leary, et al. 2012. An index to assess the health and benefits of the global ocean. Nature 488: 615-620. PDF
  3. Kulbicki, M., J. Beets, P. Chabanet, K. Cure, E. Darling, S.R. Floeter, R. Galzin, A. Green, M. Harmelin-Vivien, M. Hixon, Y. Letourneur, T. Lison de Loma, T. McClanahan, J. McIlwain, G. MouTham, R. Myers, J.K. O’Leary, et al. 2012. Distributions of Indo-Pacific lionfishes Pterois spp. in their native ranges: implications for the Atlantic invasion. Marine Ecology Progress Series 446: 189-205. PDF
  4. O’Leary, J.K., D.C. Potts, J.C. Braga, and T.R. McClanahan. 2012. Indirect consequences of fishing: reduction of coralline algae suppresses juvenile coral abundance. Coral Reefs 31: 547-559. PDF
  5. Van Woesik, R., E.C. Franklin, J. O’Leary, T.R. McClanahan, J.S. Klaus, and A.F. Budd. 2012. Hosts of the Plio-Pleistocene past reflect modern-day coral vulnerability. Proc. R. Soc. B 279: 2448-2456. PDF
  6. O’Leary, J.K. and D.C. Potts. 2011. Using hierarchical sampling to understand scales of spatial variation in early coral recruitment. Coral Reefs 30: 1013-1023. PDF
  7. Darling, E.S., S.J. Green, J.K. O’Leary, and I.M. Cote. 2011. Indo-Pacific lionfish are larger and more abundant on invaded reefs: a comparison of Kenyan and Bahamian lionfish populations. Biol. Invasions 13: 2045-2051. PDF
  8. Pasari, J.R., P.C. Selmants, H. Young, J. O'Leary, and E.S. Zavaleta. 2011. Nitrogen enrichment. Encyclopedia of Biological Invasions. University of California Press, Berkeley and Los Angeles, pp. 488-492.
  9. O’Leary, J.K. and T.R. McClanahan. 2010. Trophic cascades result in large-scale coralline algae loss through differential grazer effects. Ecology 91(12): 3584-3597. PDF

Publications - Chelsea Wood

  1. DeLeo, G, and C.L. Wood. In press. Disease dynamics. In: Encyclopedia of Theoretical Ecology (A. Hastings and L. Gross, Eds.), University of California Press.
  2. Wood, C.L., K.D. Lafferty, and F. Micheli. 2010. Fishing out marine parasites? Impacts of fishing on rates of parasitism in the ocean. Ecology Letters 13: 761–775. PDF