1994 Oxenford, H.A. Movements of flyingfish (Hirundichthys affinis) in the eastern Caribbean. Bulletin of Marine Science 54(1): 49-62
1997 Sary, Z., H.A. Oxenford and J.D. Woodley. Effects of an increase in trap mesh size on an over-exploited coral reef fishery at Discovery Bay, Jamaica. Marine Ecology Progress Series 154: 107-120
1998 Gomes, C., R. Dales and H.A. Oxenford. The application of RAPD markers in stock discrimination of the four-wing flyingfish, Hirundichthys affinis in the central western Atlantic. Molecular Ecology 7: 1029-1039
1999 Robichaud, D., W. Hunte and H.A. Oxenford. Effects of increased mesh size on catch and fishing power of coral reef fish traps. Fisheries Research 39: 275-294
1999 Mahon, R. and H.A. Oxenford. Assessment and management of dolphinfish in the Caribbean. Scientia Marina 63 (3-4): 429-438
2001 Eristhee, N. and H.A. Oxenford. Home range size and use of space by Bermuda chub (Kyphosus sectatrix L.) in two marine reserves in the Soufriere Marine Management Area, St. Lucia. Journal of Fish Biology 59 (A):129-151
2007 McConney, P, H.A. Oxenford and M. Haughton. Fisheries management in the Gulf and Caribbean: mosaic or melting pot? Gulf and Caribbean Research 19: 103-112
2008 Oxenford, H.A., R. Roach, A. Brathwaite, L. Nurse, R. Goodridge, F. Hinds, K. Baldwin and C. Finney. Quantitative observations of a major coral bleaching event in Barbados, southeastern Caribbean. Climatic Change 87: 435-449.
2009 LaJeunesse, T., R. Smith, J.C. Finney and H.A. Oxenford. Outbreak and persistence of opportunistic symbiotic dinoflagellages during the 2005 Caribbean mass coral ‘bleaching’ event. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 276: 4139-4148
2010 Finney, J.C., D.T. Pettay, E.M. Sampayo, M.E. Warner, H.A. Oxenford and T.C. LaJeunesse. The relative significance of host-habitat, depth, and geography on the ecology, endemism, and speciation of the coral endosymbionts in the genus Symbiodinium. Microbial Ecology 60: 250-263
2010 Oxenford, H. (co-author with 56 others). Caribbean corals in crisis: Record thermal stress, bleaching, and mortality in 2005. PLoS One 5(11):1-9, available at: http://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0013969
2011 Fanning, L.P, H.A. Oxenford. Ecosystem issues pertaining to the flyingfish (Hirundichthys affinis) fisheries of the eastern Caribbean. Pp. 227-240, in: Fanning, L., R. Mahon and P. McConney (eds.) Towards marine ecosystem-based management in the Wider Caribbean, Amsterdam University Press, Netherlands.
2011 McConney, P., K. Baynes, S. Cox, R. George, T. Grant, H. Guiste, J. Horrocks, M. Johnston, A. Kinch, E. Mohammed, V. Nicholls, T. Olton, H. Oxenford, C. Parker, I. Ramnarine, J. Rennie, and S. Singh-Renton. The vision for EBM of pelagic ecosystems in the Wider Caribbean. Pp. 335-346, in: Fanning, L., R. Mahon and P. McConney (eds.) Towards marine ecosystem-based management in the Wider Caribbean, Amsterdam University Press, Netherlands.
2011 Oxenford, H.A. (co-author with 32 others) High value and long-lived: a double jeopardy for threatened tunas and billfishes. Science 333: 291-292
2011 Oxenford, H.A. A giant leap? Goliath conch, a Brazilian endemic species is found in Barbados. Journal of the Barbados Museum and Historical Society LVII: 192-201.
Under revision Vallès, H. and H.A. Oxenford. Queen conch (Strombus gigas) in Barbados: density, distribution, population characteristics and substrate correlates. Bulletin of Marine Science, submitted Oct 2011, MS #: 2011-1114