Honarvar, S., M.C. Brodsky, E.P. van den Berghe, J.R. Spotila, M.P. O'Connor. Cluth removal impacts olive ridley hatching success and hatchling production on an arribada nesting beach. In Review.

Eberhard, M.L., J.R. Owens, H.S. Bishop, M.E. de Almeida, A.J. de Silva, G.W. Hearn, S. Honarvar. (2014). Cyclospora from Drills (Mandrillus leucophaeus poensis) on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea. Emerging Infectious Diseases 20 (3): 510-511. (PDF)

Cronin, D.T., J.R. Owens, H. Choi, S. Hromada, R. Malhotra, F. Roser, R.A. Bergl. (2014). Where has all our research gone? A 20-year assessment of the peer-reviewed wildlife conservation literature. International Journal of Comparative Psychology 27(1):101-116. (PDF)

Cronin, D.T., C. Riaco, G.W. Hearn. (2013). Survey of Threatened Monkeys in the Iladyi River Valley Region, Southeastern Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea. African Primates 8: 1-8. (PDF)

Ting, N., C. Astaras, G. Hearn, S. Honarvar, J. Corush, A. Burrell, N. Phillips, B. Morgan, E. Gadsby, R. Raaum, C. Roos. (2012). Genetic signatures of a demographic collapse in a large-bodied forest dwelling primate (Mandrillus leucophaeus). Ecology and Evolution 2: 550-561.

Fitzgerald, D. B., E. Ordway, S. Honarvar, G. W. Hearn. (2011). Conservation Challenges confronting sea turtles nesting on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea. Chelonian Conservation and Biology. Chelonian Conservation and Biology 10:177-180.

Honarvar, S., M. C. Brodsky, D. B. Fitzgerald, K. L. Rosenthal and G. W. Hearn . (2011). Changes in plasma chemistry and reproductive output of nesting leatherbacks. Herpetologica 67:222-235.

Honarvar, S., J. R. Spotila, and M. P. O'Connor. (2011). Microbial community structure in sand on two olive ridley arribada nesting beaches, Playa La Flor, Nicaragua and Playa Nancite, Costa Rica. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 409: 339-344.

Cronin, D. T., D. Bocuma Meñe, T. B. Butynski, J. M. E. Echube, G. W. Hearn, S. Honarvar, J. R. Owens, and C. P. Bohome. 2010. Opportunities Lost: The Rapidly Deteriorating Conservation Status of the Monkeys on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea (2010). A Report to the Government of Equatorial Guinea by the Bioko Biodiversity Protection Program, Drexel University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Worobey, M., P. Telfer, S. Souquiere, M. Hunter, C. A. Coleman, M. J. Metzger, P. Reed, M. Makuwa, G. Hearn, S. Honarvar, P. Roques, C. Apetrei, M. Kazanji, and P. A. Marx. 2010. Island Biogeography Reveals the Deep History of SIV. Science 329:1487-1487.

Butynski, T. B., Y. A. de Jong, and G. W. Hearn. 2009. Body Measurements for the Monkeys of Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea. Primate Conservation 24:99-105.

Morra, W., G. Hearn, and A. J. Buck. 2009. The market for bushmeat: Colobus Satanas on Bioko Island. Ecological Economics 68:2619-2626.

Witherington,B., K. Pendoley, G.W. Hearn, and S. Honarvar. 2009. Ancient mariners, ancient fuels: How sea turtles cope with our modern fossil fuel dependency. The State of the World Sea Turtles Report 4:38-41.

Honarvar, S., M. P. O'Connor, and J. R. Spotila. 2008. Density-dependent effects on hatching success of the olive ridley turtle, Lepidochelys olivacea. Oecologia 157:221-230.

Hearn, G. W., W. Morra, and T. B. Butynski. 2006. Monkeys in Trouble: The Rapidly Deteriorating Conservation Status of the Monkeys on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea. Bioko Biodiversity Protection Program, Arcadia University, Glenside, Pennsylvania.

Rader, H., M.A. Ela Mba, W.A. Morra, and G.W. Hearn. 2006. Marine Turtles on the Southern Coast of Bioko Island (Gulf of Guinea, Africa) 2001-2005. Marine Turtle Newsletter 111:8-10.