Publications – Jennifer O’Leary
1. Halpern, B.S., C. Longo, D. Hardy, K.L. McLeod,
J.F. Samhouri, S.K. Katona, K. Kleisner, S.E. Lester,
J. O’Leary, et al. 2012. An index to assess the
health and benefits of the global ocean. Nature 488:
615-620. PDF
2. Kulbicki, M., J. Beets, P. Chabanet, K. Cure, E.
Darling, S.R. Floeter, R. Galzin, A. Green, M.
Harmelin-Vivien, M. Hixon, Y. Letourneur, T. Lison de
Loma, T. McClanahan, J. McIlwain, G. MouTham, R.
Myers, J.K. O’Leary, et al. 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
3. O’Leary, J.K., D.C. Potts, J.C. Braga, and T.R.
McClanahan. 2012. Indirect consequences of fishing:
reduction of coralline algae suppresses juvenile coral
abundance. Coral Reefs 31: 547-559. PDF
4. Van Woesik, R., E.C. Franklin, J. O’Leary, T.R.
McClanahan, J.S. Klaus, and A.F. Budd. 2012. Hosts
of the Plio-Pleistocene past reflect modern-day coral
vulnerability. Proc. R. Soc. B 279: 2448-2456. PDF
5. O’Leary, J.K. and D.C. Potts. 2011. Using
hierarchical sampling to understand scales of spatial
variation in early coral recruitment. Coral Reefs 30:
1013-1023. PDF
6. Darling, E.S., S.J. Green, J.K. O’Leary, and I.M.
Cote. 2011. Indo-Pacific lionfish are larger and more
abundant on invaded reefs: a comparison of Kenyan
and Bahamian lionfish populations. Biol. Invasions
13: 2045-2051. PDF
7. O’Leary, J.K. and T.R. McClanahan. 2010. Trophic
cascades result in large-scale coralline algae loss
through differential grazer effects. Ecology 91(12):
3584-3597. PDF