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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
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