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Trophic ecology of the gopher rockfish Sebastes carnatus inside and outside of central California marine protected areas
Deepwater habitat and fish resources associated with the Big Creek Marine Ecological Reserve
Development of New Methods for Quantifying Fish Density Using Underwater Stereo-video Tools
Movements of small adult black rockfish: Implications for the design of MPAs
Habitat use, residency, and seasonal distribution of female leopard sharks Triakis semifasciata in Elkhorn Slough, California
Thermal stratification drives movement of a coastal apex predator
Targeting Abundant Fish Stocks while Avoiding Overfished Species
Growth, mortality, and reproductive seasonality of California Halibut (Paralichthys californicus)
A classification scheme for deep seafloor habitats
Use of acoustic tags to estimate natural mortality, spillover, and movements of lingcod (Ophiodon elongatus) in a marine reserve
Changes in size composition and relative abundance of fishes in Central California after a decade of spatial fishing closures
Movements of bocaccio (Sebastes paucispinis) and greenspotted (S. chlorostictus) rockfishes in a Monterey submarine canyon: Implications for the design of marine reserves
A classification scheme for deep seafloor habitats
Diel activity and variability in habitat use of white sea bream in a temperate marine protected area
The structure of Mediterranean rocky reef ecosystems across environmental and human gradients, and conservation implications
Collaborative research: An effective way to collect data for stock assessments and evaluate marine protected areas in California
Tidal movements of female leopard sharks (Triakis semifasciata) in Elkhorn Slough, California
Ordinary and Extraordinary Movement Behaviour of Small Resident Fish within a Mediterranean Marine Protected Area
Seasonal and ontogenetic movements of lingcod (Ophiodon elongatus) in central california, with implications for marine protected area management
Fitting the size of no-take zones to species movement patterns
Utilizing fishermen knowledge and expertise: Keys to success for collaborative fisheries research