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Dr Fabrice Stephenson
Coupling marine ecosystem state with environmental management and conservation: A risk-based approach2024
Dr Fabrice Stephenson
Evaluation of the full set of habitat suitability models for vulnerable marine ecosystem indicator taxa in the South Pacific high seas2024
Dr Fabrice Stephenson
Independent statistical validation of the New Zealand Seafloor Community Classification2024
Dr Fabrice Stephenson
A seafloor bioregionalisation for New Zealand2023
Dr Fabrice Stephenson
An atlas of seabed biodiversity for Aotearoa New Zealand2023
Dr Fabrice Stephenson
Changing intra- and interspecific interactions across sedimentary and environmental stress gradients2023
Dr Fabrice Stephenson
Evidence of rebound effect in New Zealand MPAs: Unintended consequences of spatial management measures2023
Dr Fabrice Stephenson
Fine-scale spatial and temporal distribution patterns of large marine predators in a biodiversity hotspot2023
Dr Fabrice Stephenson
Implications for the conservation of deep-water corals in the face of multiple stressors: A case study from the New Zealand region2023
Dr Fabrice Stephenson
New Zealand's media and the crisis in the ocean: News norms and scientific urgency2023
Dr Fabrice Stephenson
Three decades of increasing fish biodiversity across the northeast Atlantic and the Arctic Ocean2023
Dr Fabrice Stephenson
Towards a better future for biodiversity and people: Modelling Nature Futures2023
Dr Fabrice Stephenson
Climate and land-use driven reorganisation of structure and function in river macroinvertebrate communities2022
Dr Fabrice Stephenson
Combining Techniques to Conceptualise Denitrification Hot Spots and Hot Moments in Estuaries2022
Dr Fabrice Stephenson
Data Quality Influences the Predicted Distribution and Habitat of Four Southern-Hemisphere Albatross Species2022
Dr Fabrice Stephenson
Development of a Seafloor Community Classification for the New Zealand Region Using a Gradient Forest Approach2022
Dr Fabrice Stephenson
Improving predictions of coastal benthic invertebrate occurrence and density using a multi-scalar approach2022
Dr Fabrice Stephenson
Inclusion of biotic variables improves predictions of environmental niche models2022
Dr Fabrice Stephenson
Informing the management of multiple stressors on estuarine ecosystems using an expert-based Bayesian Network model2022
Dr Fabrice Stephenson
Predicting the effects of climate change on deep-water coral distribution around New Zealand—Will there be suitable refuges for protection at the end of the 21st century?2022
Dr Fabrice Stephenson
Risk assessment for marine ecosystem-based management (EBM)2022
Dr Fabrice Stephenson
Spatial mismatch in diversity facets reveals contrasting protection for New Zealand's cetacean biodiversity2022
Dr Fabrice Stephenson
The impact of cumulative stressor effects on uncertainty and ecological risk2022
Dr Fabrice Stephenson
Understanding the consequences of sea level rise: the ecological implications of losing intertidal habitat2022
Dr Fabrice Stephenson
Warm and cold temperatures limit the maximum body length of teleost fishes across a latitudinal gradient in Norwegian waters2022
Dr Fabrice Stephenson
Warmer temperature decreases the maximum length of six species of marine fishes, crustacean, and squid in New Zealand2022
Dr Fabrice Stephenson
Who is contributing where? Predicting ecosystem service multifunctionality for shellfish species through ecological principles2022
Dr Fabrice Stephenson
Are we ready to track climate-driven shifts in marine species across international boundaries? - A global survey of scientific bottom trawl data2021
Dr Fabrice Stephenson
Assessing Habitat Suitability Models for the Deep Sea: Is Our Ability to Predict the Distributions of Seafloor Fauna Improving?2021
Dr Fabrice Stephenson
Cetacean conservation planning in a global diversity hotspot: dealing with uncertainty and data deficiencies2021
Dr Fabrice Stephenson
Combined species occurrence and density predictions to improve marine spatial management2021
Dr Fabrice Stephenson
Drivers of Spatial Distributions of Basking Shark (Cetorhinus maximus) in the Southwest Pacific2021
Dr Fabrice Stephenson
Fine-Scale Mapping of Mega-Epibenthic Communities and Their Patch Characteristics on Two New Zealand Seamounts2021
Dr Fabrice Stephenson
Influence of land-derived stressors and environmental variability on compositional turnover and diversity of estuarine benthic communities2021
Dr Fabrice Stephenson
Integrating multi-disciplinary data sources relating to inshore fisheries management via a Bayesian network2021
Dr Fabrice Stephenson
Presence-only habitat suitability models for vulnerable marine ecosystem indicator taxa in the South Pacific have reached their predictive limit2021
Dr Fabrice Stephenson
Sampling frequency, duration and the Southern Oscillation influence the ability of long-term studies to detect sudden change2021
Dr Fabrice Stephenson
Species composition and turnover models provide robust approximations of biodiversity in marine conservation planning2021
Professor Clare Fitzsimmons
Professor Nick Polunin
Dr Fabrice Stephenson
WTO must ban harmful fisheries subsidies2021
Dr Fabrice Stephenson
Professor Aileen Mill
Dr Gavin Stewart
Dr Matthew Grainger
Professor Nick Polunin
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Socio-economic, technological and environmental drivers of spatio-temporal changes in fishing pressure2017