Tepper, C., Squiers, L., Hay, C., **Gorbach, D., Friend, D., Black, B., Greenstein, B., Strychar, K., 2012. Cryptic species: A mismatch between genetics and morphology in Millepora. Marine Science 2(5): 57-65. REPRINT

Wyrwoll, K-H., Greenstein, B. J., Kendrick, G. W., and Chen, G. S., 2009. The palaeoceanography of the Leeuwin Current: implications for a future world. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 92: 37-51. REPRINT

Greenstein, B. J. and Pandolfi, J. M., 2008, Escaping the heat: range shifts of reef coral taxa in coastal Western Australia. Global Change Biology 14: 1-16. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2486.2007.01506.x REPRINT

Greenstein, B. J., Pandolfi, J. M., and Blakeway, D. R., 2005, A fossil reef from the last interglacial, Western Australia. Coral Reefs 24(4): 593. REPRINT

Greenstein, B. J. and Pandolfi, J. M., 2003, Taphonomic alteration of reef corals:   Effects of reef environment and coral growth form II: The Florida Keys. Palaios v. 18(6): 495-509. REPRINT

Meyer, D. M., Bries, J. M., Greenstein, B. J. , and Debrot, A. O., 2003, Preservation of in situ reef framework in regions of low hurricane frequency: Pleistocene of Curaçao and Bonaire, southern Caribbean. Lethaia 36(3): 273-286. REPRINT

Greenstein, B. J. , 1999, Using the fossil record to approach modern ecological problems: A case study for coral reefs. American Paleontologist v. 7(1): 2-4.

Greenstein, B. J. , Curran, H. A., and Pandolfi, J. M., 1998, Shifting ecological baselines and the demise of Acropora cervicornis in the western North Atlantic and Caribbean Province:   A Pleistocene Perspective. Coral Reefs, v. 17(3): 249-262. REPRINT

Greenstein, B. J., Harris. L. A., and Curran, H. A., 1998, Comparison of recent coral life and death assemblages to Pleistocene reef communities: Implications for rapid faunal replacement observed on modern   reefs.   Carbonates and Evaporites, v. 13(1): 23-31. REPRINT

Pandolfi, J. M. and Greenstein, B. J. , 1997, Preservation of community structure in death assemblages of deep water Caribbean reef corals.   Limnology and Oceanography, v. 42:1505-1516. REPRINT

Greenstein, B. J. and Pandolfi, J. M., 1997, Preservation of community structure in modern reef coral life and death assemblages of the Florida Keys:   Implications for the Quaternary Fossil record of coral reefs.   Bulletin of Marine Science v. 61(2): 39-60. REPRINT

Pandolfi, J. M and Greenstein, B. J. , 1997, Taphonomic alteration of reef corals:   Effects of reef environment and coral growth form I: The Great Barrier Reef.   Palaios v. 12: 27-42. REPRINT

Greenstein, B. J. and Moffat, H. A., 1996, Comparative taphonomy of Holocene and Pleistocene corals, San Salvador, Bahamas.   Palaios v. 11: 57-63. REPRINT

Greenstein, B. J. , and Pandolfi, J. M., and Moran, P. J., 1995, Taphonomy of crown-of-thorns starfish:   Implications for the recognition of ancient population explosions.   Coral Reefs v. 14: 91-97. REPRINT

Greenstein, B. J. , 1993, Is the fossil record of the regular echinoid really so poor?   A comparison of Recent and subfossil assemblages.   Palaios, v. 8(6): 587-601. REPRINT

Greenstein, B. J. , 1992, Taphonomic bias and the evolutionary history of the Family Cidaridae (Echinodermata: Echinoidea).   Paleobiology v. 18(1): 50-79. REPRINT

Miller, A. I., Llewellyn, G., Parsons, K. M., Cummins, H., Boardman, M.R., Greenstein, B.J., and Jacobs, D. K., 1992, Effect of Hurricane Hugo on molluscan skeletal distributions, Salt River Bay, St. Croix, U. S. Virgin Islands. Geology v. 20(1): 23-26. REPRINT

Greenstein, B. J. , 1991, An integrated study of echinoid taphonomy:   Predictions for the fossil record of four echinoid families. Palaios v. 6(6): 519-540. REPRINT

Greenstein, B. J. , 1989, Mass mortality of the West-Indian echinoid Diadema antillarum (Echinodermata: Echinoidea):   A natural experiment in taphonomy. Palaios v. 4(5): 487-492. REPRINT

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