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Martone, R.G. and F. Micheli. 2012. Geographic variation in demography of a temperate reef snail: Importance of multiple life-history traits. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 457: 85-99. Link

Sisk, T.D., G.G. Singh, J. Tam, K.M.A. Chan, S.Klain, M. Mach, and R. Martone. 2011. Barriers and Incentives to Engagement in Public Policy and Science-based Advocacy. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 92:276–280. Link

Teck, S.J., C.E. Shearer, B.S. Halpern, R. Cooke, C. Ebert, C.V. Kappel, R.G. Martone, F. Micheli, K.A. Selkoe. 2010. Using expert judgement to assess the vulnerability of marine ecosystems in the California Current. Ecological Applications 20:1402–1416. [doi:10.1890/09-1173.1]

Halpern, B.S., C.V. Kappel, K.A. Selkoe, F. Micheli, C.M. Ebert, C. Kotngis, C.M. Crain, R.G. Martone, C. Shearer, S.J. Teck. 2009. Mapping cumulative human impacts to California Current marine ecosystems.Conservation Letters 2(3): 138-148.

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 Spring: 1-8.

Martone, R.G. and K. Wasson. 2008. Impacts and interactions of multiple human perturbations in a California salt marsh. Oecologia 158(1):151-163.

Micheli, F., A.O. Shelton, S.M. Bushinksy, A.L. Chiu, A.J. Haupt, K.W. Heiman, C.V., Kappel, M.C. Lych,R.G. Martone, R. Dunbar, and J. Watanabe. 2008. Persistence and recovery of depleted marine invertebrates in marine reserves of central California. Biological Conservation 141:1078-1090.

Kappel, C.and R.G. Martone. 2006. “Ecosystem-based management.” Encyclopedia of Earth. Eds. J Emmett Duffy. (Washington, D.C.: Environmental Information Coalition, National Council for Science and the Environment). [Published October 04, 2006]. Link

 

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