Powers, S.P. and K.E. Boyer, 2014. Marine Restoration Ecology, Ch. 22. In: M.D. Bertness,
J.F. Bruno, B.R. Silliman, and J.J. Stachowicz, Eds., Marine community ecology and
conservation, Sinauer Associates, Sunderland, MA
Powers, S.P., F. J. Hernandez, R. H. Condon, J. M. Drymon, and C. M. Free. 2013. Novel
pathways for injury from offshore oil spills: direct, sublethal and indirect effects
of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill on pelagic Sargassum communities. PLOS One, 8(9):
Powers, S. P., F. J. Fodrie, S. B. Scyphers, J. M. Drymon, R. L. Shipp, and G. W.
Stunz. 2013. Basin-wide decreases in the size of coastal sharks documented by generations
of fishermen. Marine and Coastal Fisheries: Dynamics, Management, and Ecosystem Science
Kim, C. K, K. Park, and S. P. Powers. 2013. Establishing a restoration strategy for
eastern oysters via a coupled biophysical transport model. Restoration Ecology 21:
Ajemian, M. and S. P. Powers 2012. Habitat specific feeding patterns in cownose rays
(Rhinoptera bonasus) of the northern Gulf of Mexico. Environmental Biology of Fishes,
95 (1): 79–97.
Fodrie, F. J., M. C. Brodeur, B. J. Toscano, and S. P. Powers. 2012. Friend or Foe:
conflicting demands and conditional risk taking by opportunistic scavengers. Journal
of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 422: 114-121.
Powers, S. P., C. L. Hightower, J. M. Drymon and M. W. Johnson. 2012. Age composition
and distribution of red drum (Sciaenops ocellatus) in offshore waters of the northcentral
Gulf of Mexico: An evaluation of a stock under a harvest moratorium. Fishery Bulletin,
Scyphers, S. B., S. P. Powers, K. L. Heck, Jr., and D. Byron. 2011. Oyster reefs as
natural breakwaters mitigate shoreline loss and facilitate fisheries. PLoS ONE 6:e22396.
Geraldi, N. R. and S. P. Powers. 2011. Subtle changes in prey foraging behavior have
cascading effects in a shallow estuary. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 427: 51-58.
Drymon, J. M, S. P. Powers, J. Dindo and T. Henwood. 2010. Distribution of sharks
across a continental shelf of the northern Gulf of Mexico. Marine and Coastal Fisheries:
Dynamics, Management, and Ecosystem Science 2:440–450.
Geraldi, N. R., S. P. Powers, K. L. Heck, Jr., and J. Cebrian. 2009. Can habitat restoration
be redundant? Response of mobile fishes and crustaceans to oyster reef restoration
in marsh tidal creeks. Marine Ecology Progress Series 389: 171-180.
Powers, S. P., C. H. Peterson, J. H. Grabowski, and H. S. Lenihan. 2009. Evaluating
the success of constructed oyster reefs in no-harvest sanctuaries: implications for
restoration. Marine Ecology Progress Series 389: 159-170.
Fodrie, F. J., M. D. Kenworthy and S. P. Powers. 2008. Unintended facilitation between
marine consumers generates enhanced mortality for their shared prey. Ecology 89 (12):
Myers, R. A., J. Buam, T. A. Sheperd, S. P. Powers and C. H. Peterson. 2007. Cascading
effects of the loss of apex predatory sharks from the coastal ocean. Science 315: