Arena, P.T. 2015. Wastelands to Wonderlands: The Shifting Environmental Identities of Alaska and Florida. Quadrivium. Issue 6. Farquhar College of Arts and Sciences. Nova Southeastern University.
Arena, P.T. 2011. Protecting fish assemblages on sunken vessels to enhance diving ecotourism and local natural resources. In: Michallef, A. (ed.), MCRR3-2010 Conference Proceedings, Journal of Coastal Research, Special Issue, No. 61, pp. 375-377.
Arena, P.T., Jordan, L.K.B., and R.E. Speiler 2007. Fish assemblages on sunken-vessels and natural reefs in southeast Florida, USA. Hydrobiologia 580(1):157-171.
Arena, P.T., Jordan, L.K.B., Sherman, R.L., Harttung, F.M. and R.E. Spieler 2002. Presence of Juvenile Blackfin Snapper, Lutjanus buccanella, and Snowy Grouper, Epinephelus niveatus, on Shallow-water Artificial Reefs. Proceedings of the 55th Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute 55: 700-712.
Arena, P.T., Jordan, L.K.B., Harttung F.M., Fletcher, P., and Spieler, R.E. 2002. Fish Census of Selected Artificial Reefs in Broward County, Florida: Preliminary Results. Proceedings of the Florida Artificial Reef Summit 2002.
Jordan, L.K.B., Gilliam, D.S., Sherman, R.L., Arena, P.T., Harttung, F.M., Baron, R. and R.E. Spieler 2002. Spatial and Temporal Recruitment Patterns of Juvenile Grunts (Haemulon spp.) in South Florida. Proceedings of the 55th Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute 55: 322-336.
“Preserve restored to coastal habitat over two decades”, Coastal Star, November 2014.
2012 Author FMNP spotlight article - “NSU undergraduate Florida Master Naturalists Aim to Educate the Public and Protect Florida’s Natural Resources” http://www.masternaturalist.ifas.ufl.edu/news/spotlight/
Featured CBS new report - Lantana Nature Preserve exotic and invasive plant identification and removal. NSU undergraduate Nature club members voluntarily removed these species.
“Out with the bad, In with the good at a local nature preserve” http://cbs12.com/news/top-stories/stories/vid_324.shtml
Featured in episode of “Knowledge”, a German documentary television show. The episode entitled “Ships to Reefs” highlighted my research concerning fish assemblages associated with sunken vessels off the coast of Broward County, Florida.
2009 News Article on my research : “Vessel reefs as a useful tool for no-take areas and fisheries management”, MPA News Vol. 11:1 p.4