(* denotes graduate student)          

Yamhure* G.M., N. Reyns, and J. Pineda. 2021. High larval concentrations and onshore transport of barnacle cyprids associated with thermal stratification. Frontiers in Marine Science 8:748389. doi: 10.3389/fmars.2021.748389

Hagerty* M.L., N. Reyns, J. Pineda, and A.F.  Govindarajan. 2019. Diversity and distribution of  nearshore barnacle cyprids in southern California through the 2015-16 El Niño. PeerJ 7:e7186

Pineda, J., N. Reyns, and S.J. Lentz. 2018. Reduced barnacle larval abundance and settlement in response to large‐scale oceanic disturbances: Temporal patterns, nearshore thermal stratification, and potential mechanisms. Limnology and Oceanography 63: 2618-2629.

Hagerty* M.L., N. Reyns, and J. Pineda. 2018. Constrained nearshore larval distributions and thermal stratification. Marine Ecology Progress Series 595: 105-122

Pineda, J. and N. Reyns. 2018. Larval transport in the coastal ocean: Biological and physical processes. (Ed, Carrier, T.J.; Reitzel, A.M.; Heyland, A.). Evolutionary Ecology of Marine Invertebrate Larvae. Oxford University Press.

Novoa* A., T.S. Talley, D.M. Talley, J.A. Crooks, and N.B. Reyns. 2016. Spatial and temporal examination of bivalve communities in several estuaries of southern California and northern Baja California, MX. PLoS ONE 11(2): e0148220. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0148220.

Tracy* B.M. and N.B. Reyns. 2014. Spatial and temporal patterns of native and invasive ascidian assemblages in a southern California embayment. Aquatic Invasions. 9(4): 441-455.

Hitchman* S.M., N.B. Reyns, and A.R. Thompson. 2012. Larvae define spawning habitat of bocaccio rockfish Sebastes paucispinis within and around a large southern California marine reserve. Marine Ecology Progress Series 465: 227–242.

Koenig, A.M. and N.B. Reyns. 2012. Assignments Integrating Psychology and Environmental Studies. Ecopsychology 4:110-116.

Eggleston, D.B., N.B. Reyns, L.L. Etherington, G. Plaia, and L. Xie. 2010. Tropical storm and environmental forcing on regional blue crab (Callinectes sapidus) settlement. Fisheries  Oceanography 19: 89-106.

Pineda, J., N.B. Reyns, and V.R. Starczak. 2009. Complexity and simplification in understanding recruitment in benthic populations. Population Ecology 51:17–32.

Reyns, N.B., S. Langenheder, and J.T. Lennon. 2007. Specialization Versus Diversification: A Trade-Off for Young Scientists? Eos Transactions American Geophysical Union 88(35), doi:10.1029/2007EO350005.

Reyns, N.B., D.B. Eggleston, and R.A. Luettich, Jr. 2007. Dispersal dynamics of postlarval blue crabs, Callinectes sapidus, within a wind-driven estuary. Fisheries Oceanography 16: 257-272.

Reyns, N.B., D.B. Eggleston, and R.A. Luettich, Jr. 2006. Secondary dispersal of early juvenile blue crabs within a wind-driven estuary. Limnology and Oceanography 51: 1982-1995.

Forward, R.B., Jr., N.B. Reyns, H. Diaz, J.H. Cohen, and D.B. Eggleston. 2005. Endogenous swimming rhythms underlying secondary dispersal of early juvenile blue crabs, Callinectes sapidus. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 316: 91-100.

Forward, R.B., Jr., N.B. Reyns, H. Diaz, J.H. Cohen, and D.B. Eggleston. 2004. Endogenous swimming rhythms of juvenile blue crabs, Callinectes sapidus, as related to horizontal transport. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 299: 63-76.

Reyns, N.B. and D.B. Eggleston. 2004. Environmentally-controlled, density-dependent secondary dispersal in a local estuarine crab population. Oecologia 140: 280-288.

Schubart, C.D., J.I. Gonzalez-Gordillo, N.B. Reyns, H.-C. Liu, and J.A. Cuesta. 2001. Are Atlantic and Indo-Pacific populations of the rafting crab, Plagusia depressa (Fabricus), distinct? New evidence from larval morphology and mtDNA. The Raffles Bulletin of Zoology 49(2): 301-310.

Reyns, N. and S. Sponaugle. 1999. Patterns and processes of brachyuran crab settlement to Caribbean coral reefs. Marine Ecology Progress Series 185: 155-170.

Bingham, B.L. and N.B. Reyns. 1999. Ultraviolet radiation and the distribution of the solitary ascidian, Corella inflata (Huntsman). Biological Bulletin 196: 94-104.