- Majoris JE, D'Aloia CC, Francis RK, Buston PM (2018) Differential persistence favors habitat preferences that determine the distribution of a reef fish. Behavioral Ecology. arx189
- D'Aloia CC, Daigle RM, Côté IM, Curtis JMR, Guichard F, Fortin M-J (2017) A multiple-species framework for integrating movement processes across life stages into the design of marine protected areas. Biological Conservation 216: 93–100.
- D'Aloia CC, Bogdanowicz SM, Harrison RG, Buston PM (2017) Cryptic genetic diversity and spatial patterns of admixture within Belizean marine reserves. Conservation Genetics 18: 211–223.
- Schmeige PFP, D'Aloia CC, Buston PM (2017) Anemonefish personalities influence the strength of mutualistic interactions with host sea anemones. Marine Biology 164: e24.
- Selkoe KA*, D'Aloia CC*, Crandall ED, Iacchei M, Liggins L, Puritz JB, von der Heydon S, Toonen RJ (2016) A decade of seascape genetics: contributions to basic and applied marine connectivity. Marine Ecology Progress Series 554: 1–19. (Feature article) *Authors contributed equally
- D'Aloia CC, Bogdanowicz SM, Francis RK, Majoris JE, Harrison RG, Buston PM (2015) Patterns, causes, and consequences of marine larval dispersal. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 112: 13940–13945.
- D'Aloia CC, Azodi CB, Sheldon SP, Trombulak SC, Ardren WR (2015) Genetic models reveal historical patterns of sea lamprey population fluctuations within Lake Champlain. PeerJ 3: e1369.
- D'Aloia CC, Bogdanowicz SM, Harrison RG, Buston PM (2014) Seascape continuity plays an important role in determining patterns of spatial genetic structure in a coral reef fish. Molecular Ecology 23: 2902–2913. (Cover photo)
- D’Aloia CC, Bogdanowicz SM, Majoris JE, Harrison RG, Buston PM (2013) Self-recruitment in a Caribbean reef fish: a method for approximating dispersal kernels accounting for seascape. Molecular Ecology 22: 2563-2572.
- Buston PM & D'Aloia CC (2013) Marine Ecology: Reaping the benefits of local dispersal. Current Biology 23: R351-R353.
- D’Aloia CC, Majoris JE, Buston PM (2011) Predictors of the distribution and abundance of a tube sponge and its resident goby. Coral Reefs 30: 777-786.
- D'Aloia CC, Xuereb A, Fortin M-J, Bogdanowicz SM, Buston PM (in revision) Sibship analyses of the reef fish Elacatinus lori reveal cryptic kin structure within a large population.
- D'Aloia CC*, Naujokaitis-Lewis,* Blackford C, Chu C, Curtis JMR, Darling ES, Guichard F, Leroux S, Martensen AC, Rayfield B, Sunday J, Xuereb A, Fortin M-J (in revision) Coupling permanent and dynamic conservation actions to design climate-adaptive networks of protected areas. *Authors contributed equally
- Xuereb A, D'Aloia CC, Daigle RM, Andrello M, Dalongeville A, Manel S, Mouillot D, Guichard F, Côté IM, Curtis JMR, Bernatchez L, Fortin M-J (in revision) Incorporating evolutionary thinking and genomics into marine reserve network design.
- Lesneski KC, D'Aloia CC, Fortin M-J, Buston PM (in revision) Disentangling spatial patterns of a microhabitat specialist fish and its host sponge.
- Shaw AK, D'Aloia CC, Buston PM (in review) The evolution of marine larval dispersal kernels in spatially structured habitats.