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Bailey, R., E. Carrella, R.L. Axtell, M.G. Burgess, R.B. Cabral, M. Drexler, C. Dorsett, J.K. Madsen, A. Merkl, S. Saul (2018), A computational approach to managing coupled human–environmental systems: The POSEIDON model of ocean fisheries. Sustainability Science 1-17.

Burgess, M.G. and S.D. Gaines (2018), The scale of life and its lessons for humanity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (25) 6328-6330.

Burgess, M.G., G.R. McDermott, B. Owashi, L.E. Peavey Reeves, T. Clavelle, D. Ovando, B.P. Wallace, R.L. Lewison, S.D. Gaines, and C. Costello (2018), Protecting marine mammals, turtles, and birds by rebuilding global fisheries. Science 359 (6381) 1255-1258.

Burgess, M.G., M. Clemence, G.R. McDermott, C. Costello, and S.D. Gaines (2018), Five rules for pragmatic blue growth. Marine Policy 87 331-339.

Tallis, H.M., P.L. Hawthorne, S. Polasky, J. Reid, M.W. Beck, K. Brauman, J.M. Bielicki, S. Binder M.G. Burgess, E. Cassidy, A. Clark, J. Fargione, E.T. Game, J. Gerber, F. Isbell, J. Kiesecker, R. McDonald, M. Metian, J.L. Molnar, N.D. Mueller, C. O'Connell, D. Ovando, M. Troell, T.M. Boucher, and B. McPeek (2018), An attainable global vision for conservation and human well‐being. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment , doi: 10.1002/fee.1965.

Burgess, M.G., C. Costello, A. Fredston-Hermann, M.L. Pinsky, S.D. Gaines, D. Tilman, and S. Polasky (2017), Range contraction enables harvesting to extinction. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (15) 3945-3950.

Burgess, M.G., H.C. Giacomini, C.S. Szuwalski, C. Costello, and S.D. Gaines (2017), Describing ecosystem contexts with single-species models: A theoretical synthesis for fisheries. Fish and Fisheries 18 264-284.

Jacobsen, N.S., M.G. Burgess, and K.H. Andersen (2017), Efficiency of fisheries is increasing at the ecosystem level. Fish and Fisheries 18 199-211.

Szuwalski C.S., M.G. Burgess, C. Costello, and S.D. Gaines (2017), High fishery catches through trophic cascades in China. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (4) 717-721.

Williams, R., M.G. Burgess, E. Ashe, S.D. Gaines, and R.R. Reeves (2016), U.S. seafood import restriction presents opportunity and risk. Science 354 (6318) 1372-1374.

Burgess, M.G. and G.R. McDermott (2015), Resolving disputes over ocean calamities. BioScience 65 (12) 1115-1116.

Burgess, M.G., F.K. Diekert, N.S. Jacobsen, K.H. Andersen, and S.D. Gaines (2015), Remaining questions in the case for balanced harvesting. Fish and Fisheries 17 (4) 1216-1226.

Burgess, M.G. (2014), Consequences of fleet diversification in managed and unmanaged fisheries. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 72 (1) 54-70.

Burgess M.G., S. Polasky, and D. Tilman (2013), Predicting overfishing and extinction threats in multispecies fisheries. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (40) 15943-15948.

Burgess, M.G. (2009), Sub-optimal pit construction in predatory ant lion larvae. Journal of Theoretical Biology 260 (3) 379-385.

Letter/Report/Note/Memo/

Burgess, M.G., K. Millage, D. Ovando, L. Thomas, L.L. Rubino, and C. Costello (2018), Transferable effort vs. transferable catch in age-structured fisheries. Report to The Nature Conservancy .

Burgess, M.G., A. Fredston-Hermann, M.L. Pinsky, S.D. Gaines, and D. Tilman (2017), Reply to Le Pape et al: Management is key to preventing marine extinctions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 .

Millage, K., M.G. Burgess, K. Strauss, H.S. Lenihan, and C. Costello (2017), Ocean Halos: A conceptual model of marine zoning in French Polynesia. Report to The Nature Conservancy .

Burgess, M.G. and S.D. Gaines (2016), Relative impacts of fishing on bycatch and target species drive long-term threats and tradeoffs. Report to the Environmental Defense Fund .

Millage, K., L. Tsukayama, B. Owashi, M. Clemence, M.G. Burgess, and S.D. Gaines (2016), Transfer effects following decline in the United States pelagic longline fleet. Report to the Environmental Defense Fund .