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Zhang, Y.S., W.R. Cioffi, R. Cope, P. Daleo, E. Heywood, C. Hoyt*, C.S. Smith, B.R. Silliman. 2018. A global synthesis reveals gaps in coastal habitat restoration research. Sustainability. 10(4), 1040; DOI: 10.3390/su10041040
Gittman, R.K., F.J. Fodrie, C. Baillie, M. Brodeur, C. Currin, D. Keller, M. Kenworthy, J. Morton, J. Ridge, and Y.S. Zhang. 2017. Living on the edge: thresholds in environmental stress and scale determine the fate of coastal habitat restoration. Estuaries and Coasts.
Clark, J.S., D. Nemergut, B. Seyednasrollah, P. Turner, and Y.S. Zhang. 2017. Generalized joint attribute modeling for biodiversity analysis: Median-zero, multivariate, multifarious data. Ecological Monographs. 87:34-56.
Zhang, Y.S., K. Speare, Z. Long, K. McKeever, M. Gyoerkoe, A. Ramus, Z. Mohorn, K. Atkins, S. Hambridge, N. Graham, K. Nash, E. Selig, and J. Bruno. 2014. Is coral richness related to community resistance to and recovery from disturbance? PeerJ.
Silliman, B. R., B. Hughes, Q. He, Y.S. Zhang. 2017. Business as usual leads to underperformance of coastal restoration. In Marvier, M, B. R. Silliman, and P. Kareiva, editors. Effective Conservation Science: Data not dogma. Oxford University Press.