Leichter, J. J., Ladah, L. B., Parnell, P. E., Stokes, M. D., Costa, M. T., Fumo, J., & Dayton, P. K. (2023). Persistence of southern California giant kelp beds and alongshore variation in nutrient exposure driven by seasonal upwelling and internal waves. Frontiers in Marine Science, 10, 1007789.
Mora-Soto, A., Capsey, A., Friedlander, A. M., Palacios, M., Brewin, P. E., Golding, N., Dayton, P., Van Tussenbroek, B., Montiel, A., Goodell, W., Velasco-Charpentier, C., Hart, T., Macaya, E. C., Perez-Matus, A., & Macias-Fauria, M. (2021). One of the least disturbed marine coastal ecosystems on Earth: Spatial and temporal persistence of Darwin’s sub-Antarctic giant kelp forests. Journal of Biogeography, 48(10), 2562–2577.
Dayton, P. K. (2020). Adventures scaling the realized niche, saving the world, and searching for values. Ices Journal of Marine Science, 77(5), 1648–1657.
Bjordal, C. G., & Dayton, P. K. (2020). First evidence of microbial wood degradation in the coastal waters of the Antarctic. Scientific Reports, 10(1).
Friedlander, A. M., Ballesteros, E., Bell, T. W., Caselle, J. E., Campagna, C., Goodell, W., Hune, M., Munoz, A., Salinas-de-Leon, P., Sala, E., & Dayton, P. K. (2020). Kelp forests at the end of the earth: 45 years later. PLOS ONE, 15(3).
Kim, S., Hammerstrom, K., & Dayton, P. (2019). Epifaunal community response to iceberg-mediated environmental change in McMurdo Sound, Antarctica. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 613, 1–14.
Dayton, P. K., Oliver, J. S., Thrush, S. F., & Hammerstrom, K. (2019). Bacteria defend carrion from scavengers. Antarctic Science, 31(1), 13–15.
Dayton, P. K., Jarrell, S. C., Kim, S., Parnell, P. E., Thrush, S. F., Hammerstrom, K., & Leichter, J. J. (2019). Benthic responses to an Antarctic regime shift: food particle size and recruitment biology. Ecological Applications, 29(1).
Dayton, P. K., Robilliard, G. A., Oliver, J. S., Kim, S., Hammerstrom, K., O’Connor, K., Fisher, J., Barber, J., & Jarrell, S. (2018). Long-term persistence of wood on the sea floor at McMurdo Sound, Antarctica. Antarctic Science, 30(6), 355–356.
Abrams, P. A., Ainley, D. G., Blight, L. K., Dayton, P. K., Eastman, J. T., & Jacquet, J. L. (2016). Necessary elements of precautionary management: implications for the Antarctic toothfish. Fish and Fisheries, 17(4), 1152–1174.
Dayton, P., Jarrell, S., Kim, S., Thrush, S., Hammerstrom, K., Slattery, M., & Parnell, E. (2016). Surprising episodic recruitment and growth of Antarctic sponges: Implications for ecological resilience. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 482, 38–55.
Dayton, P. K., Hammerstrom, K., Jarrell, S. C., Kim, S., Nordhausen, W., Osborne, D. J., & Thrush, S. F. (2016). Unusual coastal flood impacts in Salmon Valley, McMurdo Sound, Antarctica. Antarctic Science, 28(4), 269–275.
Gocke, C., Janussen, D., Reiswig, H. M., Jarrell, S. C., & Dayton, P. K. (2015). Rossella podagrosa Kirkpatrick, 1907: A valid species after all. Zootaxa, 4021(1), 169–177.
Herzka, S. Z., Mellink, E., Talley, D. M., Huxel, G. R., & Dayton, P. K. (2013). Stable isotope ratios of egg albumen of three waterbird species nesting in the Colorado River Delta indicate differences in foraging ground and isotopic niche breadth. Aquatic Conservation-Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, 23(4), 546–563.
Christian, C., Ainley, D., Bailey, M., Dayton, P., Hocevar, J., LeVine, M., Nikoloyuk, J., Nouvian, C., Velarde, E., Werner, R., & Jacquet, J. (2013). A review of formal objections to Marine Stewardship Council fisheries certifications. Biological Conservation, 161, 10–17.
Dayton, P. K., Kim, S., Jarrell, S. C., Oliver, J. S., Hammerstrom, K., Fisher, J. L., O’Connor, K., Barber, J. S., Robilliard, G., Barry, J., Thurber, A. R., & Conlan, K. (2013). Recruitment, Growth and Mortality of an Antarctic Hexactinellid Sponge, Anoxycalyx joubini. PLOS ONE, 8(2).
Konotchick, T., Parnell, P. E., Dayton, P. K., & Leichter, J. J. (2012). Vertical distribution of Macrocystis pyrifera nutrient exposure in southern California. Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science, 106, 85–92.
Sala, E., & Dayton, P. K. (2011). Predicting strong community impacts using experimental estimates of per capita interaction strength: benthic herbivores and giant kelp recruitment. Marine Ecology-an Evolutionary Perspective, 32(3), 300–312.
Parnell, P. E., Dayton, P. K., Fisher, R. A., Loarie, C. C., & Darrow, R. D. (2010). Spatial patterns of fishing effort off San Diego: implications for zonal management and ecosystem function. Ecological Applications, 20(8), 2203–2222.
Parnell, P. E., Miller, E. F., Lennert-Cody, C. E., Dayton, P. K., Carter, M. L., & Stebbins, T. D. (2010). The response of giant kelp (Macrocystis pyrifera) in southern California to low-frequency climate forcing. Limnology and Oceanography, 55(6), 2686–2702.
Thrush, S. F., & Dayton, P. K. (2010). What can ecology contribute to ecosystem-based management? In Annual Review of Marine Science (Vol. 2, pp. 419–441).
Levin, L. A., & Dayton, P. K. (2009). Ecological theory and continental margins: where shallow meets deep. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 24(11), 606–617.
Thrush, S. F., Hewitt, J. E., Dayton, P. K., Coco, G., Lohrer, A. M., Norkko, A., Norkko, J., & Chiantore, M. (2009). Forecasting the limits of resilience: integrating empirical research with theory. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences, 276(1671), 3209–3217.
Braje, T. J., Erlandson, J. M., Rick, T. C., Dayton, P. K., & Hatch, M. B. A. (2009). Fishing from past to present: continuity and resilience of red abalone fisheries on the Channel Islands, California. Ecological Applications, 19(4), 906–919.
Auster, P. J., Fujita, R., Kellert, S. R., Avise, J., Campagna, C., Cuker, B., Dayton, P., Heneman, B., Kenchington, R., Stone, G., Di Sciara, G. N., & Glynn, P. (2009). Developing an ocean ethic: science, utility, aesthetics, self-interest, and different ways of knowing. Conservation Biology, 23(1), 233–235.
Parnell, P. E., Groce, A. K., Stebbins, T. D., & Dayton, P. K. (2008). Discriminating sources of PCB contamination in fish on the coastal shelf off San Diego, California (USA). Marine Pollution Bulletin, 56(12), 1992–2002.
Hewitt, J. E., Thrush, S. F., & Dayton, P. D. (2008). Habitat variation, species diversity and ecological functioning in a marine system. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 366(1–2), 116–122.
Steneck, R. S., Bustamante, R. H., Dayton, P. K., Jones, G. P., & Hobday, A. J. (2008). Current status and future trends in kelp forest ecosystems. Cambridge University Press.
Hewitt, J. E., Thrush, S. F., Dayton, P. K., & Bonsdorff, E. (2007). The effect of spatial and temporal heterogeneity on the design and analysis of empirical studies of scale-dependent systems. American Naturalist, 169(3), 398–408.
Parnell, P. E., Dayton, P. K., & Margiotti, F. (2007). Spatial and temporal patterns of lobster trap fishing: a survey of fishing effort and habitat structure. Bulletin Southern California Academy of Sciences, 106(1), 27–37.[27:SATPOL]2.0.CO;2
Gray, J. S., Dayton, P., Thrush, S., & Kaiser, M. J. (2006). On effects of trawling, benthos and sampling design. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 52(8), 840–843.
Parnell, P. E., Dayton, P. K., Lennert-Cody, C. E., Rasmussen, L. L., & Leichter, J. J. (2006). Marine reserve design: optimal size, habitats, species affinities, diversity, and ocean microclimate. Ecological Applications, 16(3), 945–962.[0945:mrdosh];2
Thrush, S., Dayton, P., Cattaneo-Vietti, R., Chiantore, M., Cummings, V., Andrew, N., Hawes, I., Kim, S., Kvitek, R., & Schwarz, A. M. (2006). Broad-scale factors influencing the biodiversity of coastal benthic communities of the Ross Sea. Deep-Sea Research Part Ii-Topical Studies in Oceanography, 53(8–10), 959–971.
Gili, J. M., Arntz, W. E., Palanques, A., Orejas, C., Clarke, A., Dayton, P. K., Isla, E., Teixido, N., Rossi, S., & Lopez-Gonzalez, P. J. (2006). A unique assemblage of epibenthic sessile suspension feeders with archaic features in the high-Antarctic. Deep-Sea Research Part Ii-Topical Studies in Oceanography, 53(8–10), 1029–1052.
Birkeland, C., & Dayton, P. K. (2005). The importance in fishery management of leaving the big ones. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 20(7), 356–358.
Vilchis, L. I., Tegner, M. J., Moore, J. D., Friedman, C. S., Riser, K. L., Robbins, T. T., & Dayton, P. K. (2005). Ocean warming effects on growth, reproduction, and survivorship of Southern California abalone. Ecological Applications, 15(2), 469–480.
Parnell, P. E., Lennert-Cody, C. E., Geelen, L., Stanley, L. D., & Dayton, P. K. (2005). Effectiveness of a small marine reserve in southern California. Marine Ecology-Progress Series, 296, 39–52.
Pikitch, E. K., Santora, C., Babcock, E. A., Bakun, A., Bonfil, R., Conover, D. O., Dayton, P., Doukakis, P., Fluharty, D., Heneman, B., Houde, E. D., Link, J., Livingston, P. A., Mangel, M., McAllister, M. K., Pope, J., & Sainsbury, K. J. (2004). Ecosystem-based fishery management. Science, 305(5682), 346–347.
Agardy, T., Bridgewater, P., Crosby, M. P., Day, J., Dayton, P. K., Kenchington, R., Laffoley, D., McConney, P., Murray, P. A., Parks, J. E., & Peau, L. (2003). Dangerous targets? Unresolved issues and ideological clashes around marine protected areas. Aquatic Conservation-Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, 13(4), 353–367.
Dayton, P. K. (2003). The importance of the natural sciences to conservation. American Naturalist, 162(1), 1–13.
Kinlan, B. P., Graham, M. H., Sala, E., & Dayton, P. K. (2003). Arrested development of giant kelp (Macrocystis pyrifera, Phaeophyceae) embryonic sporophytes: A mechanism for delayed recruitment in perennial kelps? Journal of Phycology, 39(1), 47–57.
Graham, M. H., Dayton, P. K., & Erlandson, J. M. (2003). Ice ages and ecological transitions on temperate coasts. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 18(1), 33–40.
Sala, E., Aburto-Oropeza, O., Paredes, G., Parra, I., Barrera, J. C., & Dayton, P. K. (2002). A general model for designing networks of marine reserves. Science, 298(5600), 1991–1993.
Rogers-Bennett, L., Haaker, P. L., Huff, T. O., & Dayton, P. K. (2002). Estimating baseline abundances of abalone in California for restoration. California Cooperative Oceanic Fisheries Investigations Reports, 43, 97–111.
Graham, M. H., & Dayton, P. K. (2002). On the evolution of ecological ideas: Paradigms and scientific progress. Ecology, 83(6), 1481–1489.
Gerrodette, T., Dayton, P. K., Macinko, S., & Fogarty, M. J. (2002). Precautionary management of marine fisheries: Moving beyond burden of proof. Bulletin of Marine Science, 70(2), 657–668.
Thrush, S. F., & Dayton, P. K. (2002). Disturbance to marine benthic habitats by trawling and dredging: Implications for marine biodiversity. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics, 33, 449–473.
Dayton, P. K., & Sala, E. (2001). Natural History: the sense of wonder, creativity and progress in ecology. Scientia Marina, 65, 199–206.
Houde, E., Coleman, F., Dayton, P., Fluharty, D., Kelleher, G., Palumbi, S. R., Parma, A. M., Pimm, S. L., Roberts, C., Smith, S. L., Somero, G., Stoffle, R., & Wilen, J. (2001). Marine protected areas : tools for sustaining ocean ecosystems (0309072867 (hard); pp. xvi, 272 p.). National Academy Press.
Witman, J. D., & Dayton, P. K. (2001). Rocky Subtidal Communities. In M. D. Bertness, S. D. Gaines, & M. E. Hay (Eds.), Marine community ecology (pp. 339–366). Sinauer Associates.