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Dr Rachel Turner
Dr Johanna Forster
Angelie Peterson
Dr Clare Fitzsimmons
Information brokerage in Caribbean coral reef governance networks2020
Dr Johanna Forster
Marine dependent livelihoods and resilience to environmental change: A case study of Anguilla2014
Dr Rachel Turner
Dr Clare Fitzsimmons
Dr Johanna Forster
Professor Selina Stead
Measuring good governance for complex ecosystems: Perceptions of coral reef-dependent communities in the Caribbean.2014
Dr Peter Mumby
Jason Flower
Dr Clare Fitzsimmons
Dr Johanna Forster
Professor Selina Stead
et al.
Towards Reef Resilience and Sustainable Livelihoods: A handbook for Caribbean coral reef managers2014
Dr Johanna Forster
Angelie Peterson
Dr Clare Fitzsimmons
Professor Selina Stead
Coral reef management in a changing environment: livelihood responses and governance challenges2013
Dr Clare Fitzsimmons
Dr Johanna Forster
Angelie Peterson
Rachel Turner
Future of reefs in a changing environment (FORCE): a multi-layer adaptive governance framework – lessons from the Caribbean for the western Indian Ocean2013
Professor Selina Stead
Dr Clare Fitzsimmons
Dr Rachel Turner
Dr Johanna Forster
Future of Reefs in a Changing Environment (FORCE): a multi-layer adaptive governance framework for Caribbean coral reefs2013
Angelie Peterson
Dr Clare Fitzsimmons
Dr Rachel Turner
Dr Johanna Forster
Professor Selina Stead
et al.
The role of bridging organisations in Caribbean coral reef governance2013
Dr Johanna Forster
Dr Rachel Turner
Angelie Peterson
Dr Clare Fitzsimmons
Professor Selina Stead
et al.
Ultimate and proximate drivers of Caribbean reef health: A common understanding?2013
Dr Johanna Forster
The influence of hurricane risk on tourist destination choice in the Caribbean2012
Dr Johanna Forster
Environmental governance in the Caribbean UKOTs2011
Dr Johanna Forster
Marine biodiversity in the Caribbean UK overseas territories: Perceived threats and constraints to environmental management2011
Rachel Turner
Dr Clare Fitzsimmons
Dr Johanna Forster
Angelie Peterson
Professor Selina Stead
et al.
Resource User Perceptions of Marine Governance and Coral Reef Management in The Bay Islands, Honduras2011
Dr Clare Fitzsimmons
Dr Johanna Forster
Angelie Peterson
Professor Selina Stead
Rachel Turner
et al.
Setting future scenarios for management, stakeholder usage, and the health of Caribbean reef ecosystems2011
Angelie Peterson
Dr Clare Fitzsimmons
Dr Johanna Forster
Professor Selina Stead
Rachel Turner
et al.
The Role of Different Actors in Caribbean Coral Reef Governance Through Multi-level Social Networks2011
Dr Clare Fitzsimmons
Dr Johanna Forster
Angelie Peterson
Professor Selina Stead
FORCE: an ecosystem approach to managing Caribbean reefs in the face of climate change2010
Professor Selina Stead
Dr Clare Fitzsimmons
Dr Johanna Forster
Dr Matthew Slater
Hunters and gatherers - modelling attitude, perceptions and socio-economics to develop a coral reef aquaculture science research network2010
Dr Johanna Forster
Marine biodiversity in the Caribbean UKOTs: perceived threats and constraints on environmental management2010
Dr Johanna Forster
Coastal Management2009
Dr Johanna Forster
Chelsea 2050: Exploring plants and practices in a changing climate2008