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  • Aydin M, GL Britten, et al. Anthropogenic impacts on atmospheric carbonyl sulfide since the 19th century inferred from polar firn air and ice core measurements. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres. 125:1-13 2020 PDF

  • Tittensor DR, M Harfoot, C McLardy, GL Britten, et al. Evaluating the relationships between the legal and illegal international wildlife trades. Conservation Letters. 13:1-10 2020 PDF

  • Duarte CM, S Agusti, E Barbier, GL Britten, et al. Rebuilding marine life. Nature. 580:39-51 2020 PDF

  • Frawley TH, DK Briscoe, PC Daniel, GL Britten, LB Crowder, CJ Robinson, WF Gilly. Impacts of a shift to a warm-water regime in the Gulf of California on jumbo squid (Dosidicus gigas). ICES Journal of Marine Science. 76:2413–2426 2019 PDF

  • Memarzadeh, M, GL Britten, B Worm, C Boettiger. Rebuilding global fisheries under uncertainty. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 116:15985–15990 2019 PDF

  • Szuwalski C S, GL Britten, R Licandeo, RO Amoroso, R Hilborn, C Walters. Global forage recruitment dynamics: A comparison of methods, time-variation, and reverse causality. Fisheries Research. 214:56-64. 2019 PDF

  • Harfoot M, SAM Glaser, DP Tittensor, GL Britten, C McClardy, K Malsch, ND Burgess. Unveiling the patterns and trends in 40 years of global trade in CITES-listed wildlife. Biological Conservation. 223:47-57. 2018 PDF

  • Moore JK, W Fu, F Primeau, GL Britten, K Lindsay, M Long, SC Doney, N Mahowald, F Hoffman, JT Randerson. Sustained climate warming drives declining marine biological productivity. Science. 359:1139-1143. 2018 PDF

  • Britten GL, M Dowd, L Kanary, B Worm. Extended fisheries recovery timelines in a changing environment. Nature Communications. 8:15325-15332. 2017 PDF

  • Britten GL, L Wakamatsu, F Primeau. The temperature-ballast hypothesis explains carbon export efficiency observations in the Southern Ocean. Geophysical Research Letters. 44:1831-1838. 2017 PDF

  • Mackey KRM, K Hunter-Cevera, GL Britten, LG Murphy, ML Sogin, JA Huber. Seasonal succession and spatial patterns of Synechococcus microdiversity in estuarine waters of a salt marsh revealed through 16S rRNA gene oligotyping. Frontiers in Microbiology. 8:1496-1507. 2017 PDF

  • Britten GL, F Primeau. Biome-specific scaling of ocean productivity, temperature, and carbon export efficiency. Geophysical Research Letters. 43:5210-5216. 2016 PDF

  • Britten GL, M Dowd, B Worm. Recognizing ecological income inequality in the ocean. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 113:E1775-1776. 2016 PDF

  • Ward-Paige C, Britten GL, D Bathea, J Carlson. Characterizing and predicting essential habitat features for juvenile coastal sharks. Marine Ecology. 36:419-431. 2015 PDF

  • Tittensor DP, M Walpole, SLL Hill, DG Boyce, Britten GL, et al. A mid-term analysis of progress toward international biodiversity targets. Science. 346:241-244. 2014 PDF

  • Britten GL, M Dowd, C Minto, F Ferretti, F Boero, H Lotze. Predator decline leads to decreased stability in a coastal fish community. Ecology Letters. 17:1518-1525. 2014 PDF

  • Minto C, J Mills-Flemming, Britten GL, B Worm. Productivity dynamics of Atlantic cod. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 71:203-216. 2014 PDF

  • Ferretti F, B Worm, Britten GL, MR Heithaus, HK Lotze. Patterns and ecosystem consequences of shark declines in the ocean. Ecology Letters. 13:1055-1071. 2010 PDF


  • Britten GL, Causes and consequences of the ocean's biological pump. PhD Thesis. 2018 PDF

  • Britten GL, Nonstationary productivity in global fish stocks. MSc Thesis. 2014 PDF