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Disentangling the effects of fishing and environmental forcing on demographic variation in an exploited species
Dietary niche expansion of a kelp forest predator recovering from intense commercial exploitation
Geographic variation in density, demography, and life history traits of a harvested temperate sex-changing reef fish
First quantification of subtidal community structure at Tristan da Cunha Islands in the remote South Atlantic from kelp forests to the deep sea
Collaborative fisheries research in California
Recovery trajectories of kelp forest animals are rapid yet spatially variable across a network of temperate marine protected areas
Geographic variation in natal and early larval trace-elemental signatures in the statoliths of the market squid Doryteuthis (formerly Loligo) opalescens
The interaction of retention, recruitment, and density-dependent mortality in the spatial placement of marine reserves
Utilizing spatial demographic and life history variation to optimize sustainable yield of a temperate sex-changing fish
Exploitation and recovery of a sea urchin predator has implications for the resilience of southern California kelp forests
Reassessment of the fecundity of California sheephead
Extensive geographic and ontogenetic variation characterizes the trophic ecology of a temperate reef fish on southern California (USA) rocky reefs
Size-selective harvesting alters life histories of a temperate sex-changing fish
Consistent long-term spatial gradients in replenishment for an island population of a coral reef fish
Incorporating biogeography into evaluations of the Channel Islands marine reserve network
Ecosystem assessment of the Tristan Da Cunha Islands