[25] La Peyre MK, Marshall DA, Miller LS, Humphries AT. (2019) Oyster reefs in northern Gulf of Mexico estuaries harbor diverse fish and decapod crustacean assemblages: a meta-synthesis. Frontiers in Marine Science 6:666 [doi] [pdf]

[24] Humphries AT, Josephs L, La Peyre M, Hall S, Dowty-Beech R. (2019) Vulnerability of resource-users in Louisiana’s oyster fishery to environmental hazards. Ecology and Society 24(3):37. [doi] [pdf]

[23] McClanahan TR, Darling ES, Maina JM, Muthiga NA, D’agata S, Jupiter S, Arthur R, Wilson SK, Mangubhai S, Nand Y, Usi AM, Humphries AT, Patankar VJ, Guillaume MM, Keith SA, Shedrawi G, Pagu J, Grimsditch G, Ndagala J, Leblond J. (in press) Evaluating temperature patterns and mechanisms influencing coral bleaching during the 2016 El Niño. Nature Climate Change 9:769-774. [pdf]

[22] Humphries AT, Gorospe KD, Carvalho PG, Yulianto I, Kartawaijaya T, Campbell SJ (2019) Catch composition and selectivity of fishing gears in a multi-species Indonesian coral reef fishery. Frontiers in Marine Science 6:378. [doi] [pdf]

[21] Carvalho PG, Jupiter SD, Januchowski-Hartley FA, Goetze J, Claudet J, Weeks R, Humphries AT, White C. (2019) Optimized fishing through periodically harvested closures. Journal of Applied Ecology 00:1-10. [pdf]

[20] McLeod IM, zu Ermgassen PSE, Gillies C, Hancock B, Humphries AT (2019) Can bivalve habitat restoration improve degraded estuaries? In E Wolanski, J Day, M Elliott, and R Ramachandran (Ed.) Coasts and Estuaries – The Future. Elsevier, Amsterdam. pp. 427-442. [pdf]


[19] Merrill NH, Mulvaney KK, Martin DM, Chintala MM, Berry W, Gleason T, Balogh S, Humphries AT (2018) A resilience framework for chronic exposures: water quality and ecosystem services in coastal social-ecological systems. Coastal Management 1-17. [pdf]

[18] Josephs LI, Humphries AT (2018) Identifying social factors that undermine support for nature-based coastal management. Journal of Environmental Management 212:32-38. [pdf]


[17] Woodson R, Borel J, Dillard H, Ejeta G, Glickman D, Keenum M, Leshner A, Simon LA, Humphries AT, + others (2017) The Challenge of Change: harnessing university discovery, engagement, and learning to achieve food and nutrition security. US Association of Public & Land-Grant Universities. 144 pp. [pdf]

[16] Quan WM, Fan R, Wang Y, Humphries AT (2017) Long-term oyster recruitment and growth are not influenced by substrate type in China: implications for sustainable oyster reef restoration. Journal of Shellfish Research 36:79-86. [pdf]

[15] Coen LT, Humphries AT (2017) Bivalve-generated marine habitats: their value and related monitoring, restoration, and enhancement efforts. In S Stuart and S Murphy (Ed.) Routledge Handbook of Ecological and Environmental Restoration. Routledge, Oxon. pp.274-294. [pdf]


[14] Oczkowski AJ, Gumbley T, Carter BJ, Carmichael RH, Humphries AT (2016) Establishing an anthropogenic nitrogen baseline using Native American shell middens. Frontiers in Marine Science 3:79. [doi] [pdf] [art]

[13] Humphries AT, Ayvazian SG, Carey J, Hancock BT, Grabbert S, Cobb D, Strobel CJ and Fulweiler RW (2016) Directly measured denitrification reveals oyster aquaculture and restored oyster reefs remove nitrogen at comparable high rates. Frontiers in Marine Science 3:74. [doi] [pdf]


[12] Humphries AT, McQuaid CD, McClanahan TR (2015) Context-dependent diversity-effects of seaweed consumption on coral reefs in Kenya. PLoS ONE 10(12):e0144204. [doi] [pdf]

[11] La Peyre MK, Serra KT, Joyner TA, Humphries AT (2015) Assessing shoreline exposure and oyster habitat suitability maximizes potential success for restored oyster reefs. PeerJ 3:e1317. [doi] [pdf]

[10] Humphries AT, La Peyre MK (2015) Oyster reef restoration supports increased nekton biomass and potential commercial fishery value. PeerJ 3:e1111. [doi] [pdf]


[9] Humphries AT, McClanahan TR, McQuaid CD (2014) Differential impacts of coral reef herbivores on algal succession in Kenya. Marine Ecology Progress Series 504:119-132. [pdf

[8] La Peyre MK, Humphries AT, Casas SM, La Peyre JL (2014) Temporal variation in the development of ecosystem services from oyster reef restoration. Ecological Engineering 63:34-44. [pdf

[7] Cinner JE, Huchery C, Darling ES, Humphries AT, Graham NAJ, Hicks CC, Marshall N, McClanahan TR (2013) Evaluating social and ecological vulnerability of coral reef fisheries to climate change. PLoS ONE 8(9):e74321. [doi] [pdf]

[6] Cinner JE, McClanahan TR, Wamukota A, Darling ES, Humphries AT, Hicks CC, Huchery C, Marshall N, Hempson T, Graham NAJ, Bodin O, Daw T, Allison E (2013) Social-ecological vulnerability of coral reef fisheries to climate shocks. FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Circular No. 1082. Rome, FAO. 64 pp. [pdf

[5] McClanahan TR, Humphries AT (2012) Differential and slow life history responses of fishes to coral reef closures. Marine Ecology Progress Series 469:121-131. [pdf

[4] Quan WM, Humphries AT, Shi LY, Chen YQ (2012) Oyster and benthic macrofaunal development on a restored oyster reef in the Yangtze River estuary, China. Journal of Shellfish Research 31(3):1-12. [pdf

[3] Quan WM, Humphries AT, Shi LY, Chen YQ (2012) Trophic transfer at a restored intertidal oyster reef in the Yangtze River estuary using stable isotope analysis. Estuaries and Coasts 35(1):109-120. [pdf

[2] Humphries AT, La Peyre MK, Decossas GA (2011) The effect of structural complexity, prey density, and predator-free space on prey survivorship at oyster reef mesocosms. PLoS ONE 6(12):e28339. [doi] [pdf]

[1] Humphries AT, La Peyre MK, Kimball ME, Rozas LP (2011) Testing the effect of habitat structure and complexity on nekton assemblages using experimental oyster reefs. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 409(1):172-179. [pdf