(** indicates CSULB grad student; *** indicates CSULB undergraduate)
Johnson D.W., Christie, M.R., Pusack, T.J., Stallings, C.D., and Hixon, M.A. (2018). Integrating larval connectivity with local demography reveals regional dynamics of a marine metapopulation. Ecology. 99(6) pp. 1419-1429.
Johnson, D.W., and ***Dunk, A. (2018). A large-scale study of competition of two temperate reef fishes: temperature, functional diversity, and regional differences in dynamics. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 593 pp. 97-109.
**Rangel, R.E., and Johnson, D.W. (2018). Metabolic responses to temperature in a sedentary reef fish, the bluebanded goby (Lythrypnus dalli, Gilbert). Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 501 pp. 83-89.
**Tocts, A.M.S., Johnson, D.W., and Carter, A.J.R. (2016). Strong, nonlinear selection against fluctuating asymmetry in wild populations of a marine fish. Evolution. 70(12) pp. 2899-2908.
Johnson, D.W., Freiwald, J., and Bernardi, G. (2016). Genetic diversity affects the strength of population regulation in a marine fish. Ecology. 97(3) pp. 627-639
Johnson, D.W., Christie, M.R., Stallings, C.D., Pusack, T.J., and Hixon M.A. (2015). Using post-settlement demography to estimate larval survivorship: a coral reef fish example. Oecologia. 179(3) pp. 729-739.
Hixon, M.A., Johnson, D.W., and Sogard, S.M. (2014). BOFFFFs: On the importance of conserving old-growth age structure in fishery populations. ICES Journal of Marine Science. 71(8) pp.2171-2185
Pusack, T.J., Christie, M.R., Johnson D.W., Stallings, C.D., Hixon, M.A. (2014). Spatial and temporal patterns of larval dispersal in a coral-reef fish metapopulation: evidence of variable reproductive success. Molecular Ecology. 23 pp. 3396-3408
Johnson, D.W., Grorud-Colvert, K., Sponaugle, S. and Semmens, B.X. (2014). Phenotypic variation and selective mortality as major drivers of recruitment variability in fishes. Ecology Letters. 17(6) pp. 743-755.
Johnson, D.W., Monro, K., and Marshall, D.J. (2013). The maintenance of sperm variability: context-dependent selection on sperm morphology in a broadcast spawning invertebrate. Evolution. 67(5) pp. 1383-1395.