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.
Johnson, D.W., Grorud-Colvert, K., Rankin, T.L., and Sponaugle, S. (2012). Measuring selective mortality from otoliths and similar structures: a practical guide for describing multivariate selection from cross-sectional data. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 471 p. 151-163
Hixon, M.A., Anderson, T.W., Buch, K.L., Johnson, D.W., McLeod, J.B., and Stallings, C.D. (2012) Density dependence and population regulation in marine fish: a large-scale, long-term field manipulation. Ecological Monographs. 82(4) pp. 467-489. *Author contribution was approximately equal.
Hunsicker ME, Ciannelli L, Bailey KM, Buckel JA, White JW, Link JS, Essington TE, Anderson TW, Brodeur RD, Chan KS, Chen K, Englund G, Frank KT, Frietas V, Gaichas S, Hixon MA, Hurst T, Johnson DW, Kitchell JF, Reese D, Rose GA, Sjodin H, Sydeman WJ, van der Veer H, Vollset K, Zador S. (2011). Functional responses and scaling in marine predator-prey interactions: contemporary issues and emerging concepts. Ecology Letters 14(12) pp. 1288-1299.
Johnson, D.W., Christie, M.R., Moye, J., and Hixon, M.A. 2011. Genetic correlations between adults and larvae in a marine fish. Potential effects of fishery selection on population replenishment. Evolutionary Applications. 4(5) pp. 621-633. PDF
Johnson, D.W., Hixon, M.A. (2011). Sexual and lifetime selection on body size in a marine fish: the importance of life history tradeoffs. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 24(8) pp. 1653-1663. PDF
Johnson, D.W., Christie, M.R., and Moye, J. (2010). Quantifying evolutionary potential of marine fish larvae: Heritability, selection, and evolutionary constraints. Evolution. 64(9) pp. 2614-2628. PDF
Johnson, D.W., Hixon, M.A. (2010). Ontogenetic and spatial variation in size-selective mortality of a marine fish. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 23(4) pp. 724-737.
Lamb, R.L. and Johnson, D.W. (2010). Trophic restructuring of coral reef fish communities in a large marine reserve. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 408 pp. 169-180.
Christie, M.R., Johnson, D.W., Stallings, C.D., and Hixon, M.A. (2010). Self-recruitment and sweepstakes reproduction amid extensive gene flow in a coral-reef fish. Molecular Ecology. 19(5) pp. 1042-1057.
Hixon, M.A., Johnson, D.W. (2009). Density dependence and independence. Encyclopedia of Life Sciences. DOI: 10.1002/9780470015902.a0021219
Johnson, D.W. (2008). Combined effects of condition and density on post-settlement survival and growth of a marine fish. Oecologia. 155(1) pp. 43-52.
Johnson, D.W. (2007). Habitat complexity modifies post-settlement mortality and the recruitment dynamics of a marine fish. Ecology. 88(7) pp. 1716-1725.
Johnson, D.W. (2006). Predation, habitat complexity, and variation in density-dependent mortality of temperate reef fishes. Ecology. 87(5) pp. 1179-1188. PDF
Johnson, D.W. (2006). Density dependence in marine fish revealed at small and large spatial scales. Ecology. 87(2) pp. 319-325.