O'Leary JK, F Micheli, L Airoldi, C Boch, G De Leo, R Elahi, F Ferretti, NAJ Graham, SY Litvin, NH Low, S Lumis, KJ Nickols, J Wong. 2017. Resilience of marine ecosystems to climatic disturbances. BioScience. PDF
Mwampamba TH, Abrams RW, Awoyemi S, Folaranmi, Babalola D, Borokini TI, Egoh B, Idrissi HR, Koussa T, Nganje M, O’Leary JK. 2016. The implications of globalization for conservation in Africa. African Journal of Ecology 54: 133–135.
Selig, L, M Frazier, JK O'Leary, K Longo, K Kleisner, M Ranalletti, S Jupiter, B Halpern. 2015. Measuring indicators of ocean health that deliver ecosystem services in an island nation: the Ocean Health Index for Fiji. Journal of Ecosystem Services. PDF
Edmunds PJ, M Adjeroud, ML Baskett, IB Baums, AF Budd, RC Carpenter, NS Fabina, T Fan, EC Franklin, K Gross, X Han, L Jacobson, JS Klaus, TR McClanahan, JK O'Leary, MJH van Oppen, X Pochon, HM Putnam, TB Smith, M Stat, H Sweatment, R van Woesik, RD Gates. 2014. Persistence and Change in Community Composition of Reef Corals through Present, Past, and Future Climates. PloS one 9 (10), e107525. PDF
O'Leary JK, D Potts, K Schoenrock, T 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
Halpern B, C Longo, D Hardy, K McLeod, J Samhouri, S. Katona, K Kleisner, S Lester, J O'Leary, M Ranelletti, A Rosenberg, C Scarborough, E Selig, B Best, D Brumbaugh, F Chapin, L Crowder, K Daly, S Doney, M Fogardy, S Gaines, K Jacobsen, L Bunce Karrer, H Leslie, D Pauly, S Polasky, K Martin, G Stone, U. Sumaila, H Tallis, D Zeller. 2012. An Ocean Health Index to assess global marine social-ecological systems. Nature 488: 615-621. PDF
Kulbicki M, J Beets, P Chabanet, K Cure, E Darling, S Floeter, R Galzin, A Green, M Harmelin-Vivien, M Hixon, Y Letourneur, T de Loma, T McClanahan, J McIlwain, G Moutham, R Myers, J O’Leary, S Planes, L Vigliola, L Wantiez. 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
Van Woesik, R, E Brown, JK O'Leary, T McClanahan, J Klaus, A Budd. 2012. Hosts of the Plio-Pleistocene past reflect modern-day coral vulnerability. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 279 (1737): 2448-2456. PDF
O'Leary, JK, D Potts, JC Braga, T McClanahan. 2012. Indirect effects of fishing: reductions in crustose coralline algae suppress coral recruitment. Coral Reefs 31: 557-559 PDF
Darling, ES, SJ Green, JK O'Leary ,and I Cote. 2011 Indo-Pacific lionfish
are larger and more abundant on invaded reefs: A comparison of Kenyan and Bahamian lionfish populations. Biological Invasions 13 (9): 2045-2051. PDF
O'Leary, JK and DC Potts. 2011. The use of hierarchical sampling to understand spatial scales of variation in coral recruitment. Coral Reefs 30(4); 1013-1023. PDF
O'Leary, JK and T McClanahan. 2010. Trophic cascades result in large scale coralline algae loss through differential grazer effects. Ecology: 91(12), 2010, pp. 3584–3597 PDF
Woodson, B, D.Eerkes-Medranob, A Flores-Morales, M Foley, S Henkele, M Hessing-Lewis, D. Jacinto, L. Needles, M Nishizaki, J O’Leary, C Ostrandera, M Pespeni, K Schwageri, J Tyburczy,
K Weersing, A Kirincich, J Barth, M McManusa, L Washburn. 2007. Local diurnal upwelling driven by sea breezes in northern Monterey Bay. Continental Shelf Research 27: 2289–2302. PDF
Micheli F, G de Leo, F Ferretti, K Honey, K Kroeker, S Litvin, R Martone, D McCauley, J O'Leary, D Rosim, S Sokolow, A Stock, C Wood. 2015. Ocean Health. Contributed chapter to “Handbook of Ocean Resources and Management”, edited by T. Agardy, H. Smith, and J. L. Suarez de Vivero.
Parasi, JR, PC Selmants, H Young, J O'Leary, and ES Zavaleta. 2010. Nitrogen Enrichment. In M. Rejmanek and D. Simberloff, editors. The Encyclopedia of Invasive Species. University of California Press.
California Department of Fish and Game. 2002. Abalone Recovery and Management Plan. http://www.dfg.ca.gov/marine/armp/index.asp
Gilbert, G, B Ayala-Orozco, J Barsimantov, D Bevington, E Blascunas, M Bonilla, R Cole, R Cohen, K Holl, R Hufft, S Langridge, M Moritz, D Mulvaney, J O’Leary, L Pejchar, A Racelis, and J Ward. 2007. Making Parks Work: A thought provoking argument, not a guide. Conservation Biology 19(1): 1-3
PRESENTATIONS (partial list)
University of Nevada, Reno, NV. Linking science to management of California abalone: recruitment dynamics and ocean acidification
San Francisco State University, Tiburon, CA. Using science in marine protected area management in East Africa.
Western Indian Ocean Marine Science Association Symposium. Use of and access to scientific information by marine protected area managers in the Western Indian Ocean.
Ocean Institute, Dana Point, CA. Using Science to build passion and capacity for marine management in Kenya.
Stanford University, Hopkins Marine Station, Pacific Grove, CA. Using the Marine Life Observatory system to assess invertebrate recruitment.
Bodega Bay Marine Laboratory (UC Davis), Smithsonian Ft. Pierce Station, Moss Landing Marine Laboratory, University of Puerto Rico: Anthropogenic impacts on invertebrate settlement via crustose coralline algae: fishing and ocean acidification
California Polytechnic State University: Science to Conservation Action: Case Studies from Kenya and California
International Coral Reef Symposium (Cairns, Australia): Fishing-induced reductions in coralline algae reduce coral recruitment
Ecology Letters, Evolution, Coral Reefs, Oikos, Marine Ecology Progress Series, PLoS ONE, Remote Sensing, Marine Biology, Botanica Marina, Limnology & Oceanography, California Dept of Fish and Wildlife Quarterly Scientific Periodical, Frontiers in Marine Science