27. Fahim H, Naaykens T, D’Aloia CC (revisions resubmitted) Habitat quality affects the abundance of a coral-dwelling fish across spatial scales.

26. Naaykens T, Fahim H, D’Aloia CC (in press) Sponge species identity and morphology shape occupancy patterns of a Caribbean sponge-dwelling goby (Elacatinus horsti). Environmental Biology of Fishes

25. Andrello M, Manel S, Vilcot M, Xuereb A, D’Aloia CC (2023) Benefits of genetic data for spatial conservation planning in coastal habitats. Cambridge Prisms: Coastal Futures 1: e28.

24. Scavo Lord, K, Lesneski KC, Buston PM, Davies SW, D’Aloia CC, Finnerty JR (2023) Rampant asexual reproduction and limited dispersal in a mangrove population of the coral Porites divaricata. Proceedings of the Royal Society Series B 290: 20231070.

23. Harvey E, Marleau J, Gounand, I, Leroux S, Firkowski CR, Altermatt F, Guillaume Blanchet FG, Cazelles C, Chu C, D’Aloia CC, Gravel D, Guichard F, McCann K, Ruppert JLW, Ward C, Fortin M-J (2023) A general meta‐ecosystem model to predict ecosystem functions at landscape extents. Ecography 2023: e06790.

22. Sturch WH, D’Aloia CC (2023) Genetic population structure of the waved whelk (Buccinum undatum) in the western North Atlantic. Canadian Journal of Fisheries & Aquatic Sciences 80: 261–272.

21. Francis RK, Catalano K, Majoris JM, Rueger T, D’Aloia CC, Bogdanowicz SM, Buston PM (2022) Characteristics of breeding habitat, genetic mating system, and determinants of male mating success in the sponge-dwelling goby Elacatinus lori. Behavioral Ecology & Sociobiology 76: 157.

20. Naaykens T, D’Aloia CC (2022) Isolation-by-distance and genetic parentage analysis provide similar larval dispersal estimates. Molecular Ecology 31: 3072–3082.

19. Andrello M, D’Aloia CC, Dalongeville A, Escalante-Sanchez M-A, Guerrero J, Perrier C, Torres-Florez J-P, Xuereb A, Manel S (2022) Evolving spatial conservation prioritization with intraspecific genetic data. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 37: 553–564.

18. D’Aloia CC, Bogdanowicz SM, Andrés JA, Buston PM (2022) Population assignment tests uncover rare long-distance marine larval dispersal events. Ecology 103: e03559.

17. Xuereb A, D’Aloia CC, Andrello M, Bernatchez L, Fortin M-J (2021) Incorporating putatively neutral and adaptive genomic data into marine conservation planning. Conservation Biology 35: 909-920.

16. D’Aloia CC*, Andrés JA*, Bogdanowicz SM*, McCune AR, Harrison RG, Buston PM (2020) Unraveling hierarchical genetic structure in a marine metapopulation: a comparison of three high-throughput genotyping approaches. Molecular Ecology 29: 2189–2203. *Co-first authorship

15. Lesneski KC, D’Aloia CC, Fortin M-J, Buston PM (2019) Disentangling the spatial distributions of a sponge-dwelling fish and its host sponge. Marine Biology 166: 66

14. D’Aloia CC*, Naujokaitis-Lewis I*, Blackford CB, Chu C, Curtis JMR, Darling ES, Guichard F, Leroux S, Martensen A, Rayfield B, Sunday JM, Xuereb A, Fortin M-J (2019) Coupled networks of permanent protected areas and dynamic conservation areas for biodiversity conservation under climate change. Frontiers in Ecology & Evolution 7: 27.*Co-first authorship

13. Shaw AK, D’Aloia CC, Buston PM (2019) The evolution of marine larval dispersal kernels in spatially structured habitats: analytical models, individual-based simulations, and comparisons with empirical estimates. The American Naturalist 193: 424–435.

12. D’Aloia CC, Xuereb A, Fortin M-J, Bogdanowicz SM, Buston PM (2018) Limited dispersal explains the spatial distribution of siblings in a reef fish population. Marine Ecology Progress Series 607: 143–154.

11. D’Aloia CC, Neubert MG (2018) The formation of marine kin structure: effects of dispersal, larval cohesion, and variable reproductive success. Ecology 99: 2374–2384.

10. 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 29: 429–439.

9. 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.

8. 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.

7. Schmiege PFP, D’Aloia CC, Buston PM (2017) Anemonefish personalities influence interspecific interactions with host sea anemones. Marine Biology 164: 24.

6. Selkoe KA*, D’Aloia CC*, Crandall ED, Iacchei M, Liggins L, Puritz JB, von der Heyden 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) *Co-first authorship

5. 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.

4. 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.

3. 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.

2. 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.

1. 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.

Book Chapters

1. 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 (2019) Marine conservation and marine protected areas. In: Population Genomics: Marine Organisms (ed. MF Oleksiak, O Rajora, pp. 423-446). Springer, Cham.


1. Buston PM, D’Aloia CC (2013) Marine Ecology: Reaping the benefits of local dispersal. Current Biology 23: R351–R353.