• The importance of oxygen for explaining rapid shifts in a marine fish. Bandara, R. M. W. J, E. Curchitser, and M. L. Pinsky. Global Change Biology e17008 doi: 10.1111/gcb.17008
  • Coral reef population genomics in an age of global change. Pinsky, M. L., R. D. Clark, J. T. Bos. Annual Review of Genetics 57:87-115 doi: 10.1146/annurev-genet-022123-102748
  • Climate-driven ‘species-on-the-move’ provide tangible anchors to engage the public on climate change. Pecl, G. T., R. Kelly, C. Lucas, I. van Putten, R. Badhe, C. Champion, I-C. Chen, O. Defeo, J. D. Gaitan-Espitia, B. Evengård, D. Fordham, F. Guo, R. Henriques, S. Henry, J. Lenoir, H. McGhie, T. Mustonen, S. Oliver, N. Pettorelli, M. L. Pinsky, W. Potts, J. Santana-Garcon, W. Sauer, A.-S. Stensgaard, M. W. Tingley, A. Verges People & Nature 5(5):1384-1402 doi: 10.1002/pan3.10495
  • Marine heatwaves are not a dominant driver of change in demersal fishes. Fredston, A. L., W. W. L. Cheung, T. L. Frölicher, Z. Kitchel, A. A. Maureaud, J. T. Thorson, A. Auber, B. Mérigot, J. Palacios-Abrantes, M. L. D. Palomares, L. Pecuchet, N. Shackell, M. L. Pinsky. Nature 621: 324-329 doi: 10.1038/s41586-023-06449-y
  • The practice and promise of temporal genomics for measuring evolutionary responses to global change. Clark, R. D., K. A. Catalano, K. S. Fitz, E. Garcia, K. E. Jaynes, B. N. Reid, A. Sawkins, A. A. Snead, J. C. Whalen and M. L. Pinsky Molecular Ecology Resources. doi: 10.1111/1755-0998.13789
  • Drivers of conflict and resilience in shifting transboundary fisheries. Vogel, J.M., J., C. Longo, J. Spijkers, J. Palacios-Abrantes, J. Mason, C. C.C. Wabnitz, W. Cheung, U. R. Sumaila, G. Munro, S. Glaser, J. Bell, Y. Tian, N. L. Shackell,  E. R. Selig , P. Le Billon, J. R. Watson, C. Hendrix, M. L. Pinsky, I. van Putten, K. Karr , E. A. Papaioannou, R. Fujita Marine Policy 155:105740 doi: 10.1016/j.marpol.2023.105740
  • Predicting movement speed of beetles from body size and temperature. Terlau, J. F., Brose, U., Boy, T., Pawar, S., Pinsky, M., & Hirt, M. R. Movement Ecology 11:27 doi: 10.1186/s40462-023-00389-y
  • Detecting parallel polygenic adaptation to novel conditions in wild populations: a case study in Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) Reid, B. N., B. Star, and M. L. Pinsky. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 378(1881): 20220190 doi: 10.1098/rstb.2022.0190
  • Regional species losses lag behind species gains and thermal conditions across the North American continental shelf. Kitchel, Z. J. and M. L. Pinsky Global Ecology and Biogeography 32(7): 1205-1217 doi: 10.1111/geb.13681
  • The sizes of life. Tekwa, E. W., K. A. Catalano, A. L. Bazzicalupo, M. I. O’Connor, M. L. Pinsky. PLOS ONE 18(3): e0283020 doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0283020
  • Identifying direct and indirect associations among traits by merging phylogenetic trait imputation and structural equation models. Thorson, J., A. Maureaud, R. Frelat, B. Mérigot, J. S. Bigman, S. T. Friedman, M. L. D. Palomares, M. L. Pinsky, S. A. Price, P. Wainwright Methods in Ecology & Evolution volume 14(5):1259 1275 doi: 10.1111/2041-210X.14076
  • Isolation-by-distance and isolation-by-oceanography in Maroon Anemonefish (Amphiprion biaculeatus) Fitz, K. S., H. R. Montes Jr., D. M. Thompson, and M. L. Pinsky. Evolutionary Applications 16(2): 379-392 doi: 10.1111/eva.13448

See the lab’s compleate list of publications here