(in reverse chronological order, click on a pub to download, please use responsibly) – My Google Scholar page
Toft, J., S. Munsch, J. Cordell, K. Siitari, V. Hare, B. Holycross, L. DeBruyckere, C. Greene, B.B. Hughes. 2018. Impact of multiple stressors on juvenile fish in estuaries of the northeast Pacific coast. Accepted. Global Change Biology.
16. B.R. Silliman, B.B. Hughes, L.C. Gaskins, Q. He, M.T. Tinker, A. Read, J. Nifong, R. Stepp. 2018. Are the ghosts of nature past haunting conservation today? Provisionally Accepted. Current Biology.
15. Hessing-Lewis, M., E. Rechsteiner, B.B. Hughes, M.T. Tinker, A. Olson, Z. Monteith, M.M. Henderson, J.C. Watson. 2017. Ecosystem features determine seagrass community response to sea otter foraging. In press. Marine Pollution Bulletin.
12. Wasson, K., R. Jeppesen, C. Endris, D. Perry, A. Woolfolk, K. Beheshti, M. Rodriguez, #R. Eby, E. Watson, F. Rahman, J. Haskins, B.B. Hughes. 2017. Eutrophication decreases salt marsh resilience through proliferation of algal mats. Biological Conservation. 212:1-11. #Indicates Citizen Scientist
11. Hughes B.B., R. Beas-Luna, A. Barner, K. Brewitt, D.R. Brumbaugh, E. Cerny-Chipman, S.L. Close, K.E. Coblentz, K.L. de Nesnera, S.T. Drobnitch, J.D. Figurski, B. Focht, M. Friedman, J. Freiwald, K.K. Heady, W.N. Heady, A. Hettinger, A. Johnson, K.A. Karr, B. Mahoney, M.M. Moritsch, A.K. Osterback, J. Reimer, J. Robinson, T. Rohrer, J. Rose, M. Sabal, L.M. Segui, C. Shen, J. Sullivan, R. Zuercher, P.T. Raimondi, B.A. Menge, K. Grorud-Colvert, M. Novak, M.H. Carr. 2017. Long-term studies contribute disproportionately to ecology and policy. BioScience 63:271-281. Featured on the cover.
10. Honig, S., B. Mahoney, *J. Glanz, B.B. Hughes. 2017. Are seagrass beds indicators of anthropogenic nutrient stress in the rocky intertidal? Marine Pollution Bulletin 114:539-546. *Indicates Undergraduate Student Researcher
9. Wasson, K., B.B. Hughes, A. Chang, A. Deck, P. Dinnel, S. Dudas, M. Ferner, E. Grosholz, D. Kimbro, J. Ruesink, A. Trimble, D. Vander Schaaf, C. Zabin, D. Zacherl. 2016. Coastwide recruitment of Olympia oysters: spatial scales of synchrony and predictors of recruitment failure. Ecology 97:3503-3516.
8. Jeppesen, R., *M. Rodriguez, *J. Rinde, J. Haskins, B.B. Hughes, L. Mehner, K. Wasson. 2016. Hypoxia increases fish mortality and reduces oyster growth in a highly eutrophic estuary. In press. Estuaries and Coasts. *Indicates Undergraduate Student Researcher.
7. Silliman, B.R., P.M. Dixon, C. Wobus, Q. He, P. Daleo, B.B. Hughes, J. Willis, M. Hester. 2016. Tipping points in marsh resilience to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. Nature Scientific Reports. DOI: 10.1038/srep32520.
6. Hughes, B.B., K. Hammerstrom, N. Grant, *U. Hoshijima, #R. Eby, K. Wasson. 2016. Trophic cascades on the edge: fostering seagrass resilience via a novel pathway. Oecologia 182:231-241. Featured on the cover. *Indicates Undergraduate Student Researcher, #Indicates Citizen Scientist
2015 and earlier
5. Hughes, B.B., M.D. Levey, M.C. Fountain, A.B. Carlisle, F.P. Chavez, M.G, Gleason. 2015. Climate mediates hypoxic stress on fish diversity and nursery function at the land-sea interface. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 112:8025-8030. Highlighted on the cover.
4. Hughes, B.B., #R. Eby, E. Van Dyke, M.T. Tinker, C. Marks, K.S. Johnson, K. Wasson. 2013. Recovery of a top predator mediates negative eutrophic effects on seagrass. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 110:1513-1518. Fig. 2C correction. #Indicates Citizen Scientist
3. Hughes, B.B., J. Haskins , K. Wasson, and E. Watson. 2011. Identifying factors that influence expression of eutrophication in a central California estuary. Marine Ecology Progress Series 439:31-43.
2. Hughes, B.B. 2010. Variable effects of a kelp foundation species on rocky intertidal diversity and species interactions in central California. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 393:90-99.
Silliman B., B.B. Hughes, Y.S. Zhang, Q. He. 2017. Business as usual leads to underperformance in coastal restoration. In: Effective Conservation Science: Data Not Dogma. Eds. P. Kareiva, M. Marvier, B. Silliman. Ch. 27. In press. Oxford University Press.
8. Hughes, B.B. Estuarine & Wetland Ecosystems: the first steps in developing an approach to leveraging existing monitoring programs. Report to California Ocean Science Trust, Oakland, CA USA. June, 2017.
7. Hughes, B.B., C. Endris, K. Beheshti, M.T. Tinker, S.L. Williams, H.G. Greene. 2016. Enhancement of healthy coastal environments by incorporating species interactions into seagrass mitigation design. California SeaGrant Report. Project # R/HCME-18PD. 23 pp.
6. Hughes, B.B., M. Levey, J. Brown, M. Fountain, A. Carlisle, S. Litvin, W. Heady, M. Gleason, C. Greene. 2014. Nursery functions of U.S. west coast estuaries: the state of knowledge for juveniles of focal fish and invertebrate species. The Nature Conservancy, Arlington, VA. 168 pp.
5. Hughes, B.B., M. Fountain, A. Carlisle, M. Levey, M. Gleason. 2012. The impacts of nutrient loading and environmental conditions on the fish assemblage and available nursery habitat in Elkhorn Slough. The Nature Conservancy.
4. Hughes, B.B., Haskins, J., Wasson, K. 2010. Assessment of the effects of nutrient loading in estuarine wetlands of the Elkhorn Slough watershed: a regional eutrophication report card. Elkhorn Slough Technical Report Series 2010:1.
2. Stepehnson, M., J. Negrey, B.B. Hughes. 2009. Spatial and temporal trends of methyl mercury in California bays and harbors: A bioaccumulation approach to assess fish and water quality. California State Water Resources Control Board Technical Report.
1. Stephenson, M., W. Heim, B.B. Hughes, A. Bonnema and K. Coale. 2008. Methylmercury loading studies in Delta wetlands. CALFED Mercury Project, Task 5.3a.