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Danielle Robinson
Dr Steven Newman
Professor Mark Whittingham
Dr Richard Francksen
Professor Selina Stead
et al.
Fisher–shark interactions: A loss of support for the Maldives shark sanctuary from reef fishers whose livelihoods are affected by shark depredation2022
Professor Tim Gray
Dr Gary Caldwell
Professor Selina Stead
A value-chain analysis of Malaysia's seaweed industry2020
Dr Andrew Temple
Professor Selina Stead
Professor Per Berggren
Comparison of local knowledge and researcher-led observations for wildlife exploitation assessment and management2020
Dr Nwamaka Okeke-Ogbuafor
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Selina Stead
Is there a ‘wicked problem’ of small-scale coastal fisheries in Sierra Leone?2020
Dr Andrew Temple
Professor Selina Stead
Ellen Barrowclift-Mahon
Professor Per Berggren
Life-history, exploitation and extinction risk of the data-poor Baraka's whipray (Maculabatis ambigua) in small-scale tropical fisheries2020
Rebecca Korda
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Selina Stead
Resilience in the English Small-Scale Fishery: Small Fry but Big Issue2020
Dr Nwamaka Okeke-Ogbuafor
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Selina Stead
The controversial role of foreign fisheries consultants in Sierra Leone's coastal waters2020
Danielle Robinson
Professor Selina Stead
Community perceptions link environmental decline to reduced support for tourism development in small island states: A case study in the Turks and Caicos Islands2019
Professor Tim Gray
Dr Andrew Temple
Professor Selina Stead
Improving bycatch mitigation measures for marine megafauna in Zanzibar, Tanzania2019
Dr Andrew Temple
Professor Selina Stead
Professor Per Berggren
Marine megafauna catch in southwestern Indian Ocean small-scale fisheries from landings data2019
Dr Mohammad Alqattan
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Selina Stead
The illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing in Kuwait: Problems and solutions2019
Nwamaka Okeke-Ogbuafor
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Selina Stead
A comparative analysis of the role of traditional and modern community-based organizations in promoting community development in Ogoniland, Nigeria2018
Georgina Robinson
Dr Gary Caldwell
Professor Selina Stead
Carbon amendment stimulates benthic nitrogen cycling during the bioremediation of particulate aquaculture waste2018
Professor Selina Stead
Community based aquaculture in the western Indian Ocean: challenges and opportunities for developing sustainable coastal livelihoods2018
Dr Andrew Temple
Professor Selina Stead
Professor Per Berggren
Marine megafauna interactions with small-scale fisheries in the southwestern Indian Ocean: a review of status and challenges for research and management2018
Professor Selina Stead
Professor Tim Gray
Measurement of open innovation in the marine biotechnology sector in Oman2018
Professor Selina Stead
Rethinking marine resource governance for the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals2018
Dr Rachel Turner
Dr Johanna Forster
Professor Clare Fitzsimmons
Professor Selina Stead
Social fit of coral reef governance varies among individuals2018
Jonathan Hills
Professor Selina Stead
Sustainable financing of a national Marine Protected Area network in Fiji2018
Dr Gary Caldwell
Professor Selina Stead
The effect of resource quality on the growth of Holothuria scabra during aquaculture waste bioremediation2018
Dr Mohammad Alqattan
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Selina Stead
The Forgotten Pirates: Iraqi and Iranian Pirates in the Arabian Gulf Who Have Never Been Reported to the International Maritime Bureau2018
Professor Selina Stead
Towards a framework to support coastal change governance in small islands2018
Professor Mark Reed
Professor Selina Stead
Professor Mark Whittingham
A Place-Based Approach to Payments for Ecosystem Services2017
Dr Johanna Forster
Dr Rachel Turner
Professor Clare Fitzsimmons
Angelie Peterson
Professor Selina Stead
et al.
Evidence of a common understanding of proximate and distal drivers of reef health2017
Professor Selina Stead
Governance and Offshore Aquaculture in Multi-resource Use Settings2017
Dr Estelle Jones
Professor Selina Stead
Professor Tim Gray
How effective are MPAs in conserving crab stocks? A comparison of fisheries and conservation objectives in three coastal MPAs in Thailand2017
Ellen Barrowclift-Mahon
Dr Andrew Temple
Professor Selina Stead
Professor Per Berggren
Social, economic and trade characteristics of the elasmobranch fishery on Unguja Island, Zanzibar, East Africa2017
Dr Estelle Jones
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Selina Stead
A comparative analysis of three marine governance systems for implementing the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD)2016
Professor Selina Stead
Dr Matthew Slater
Co-culture of sea cucumber Holothuria scabra and red seaweed Kappaphycus striatum2016
Adibi MD Nor
Professor Tim Gray
Dr Gary Caldwell
Professor Selina Stead
Is a cooperative approach to seaweed farming effectual? An analysis of the Seaweed Cluster Project (SCP), Malaysia2016
Dr Margarita Lavides
Erina Molina
Professor Aileen Mill
Professor Stephen Rushton
Professor Selina Stead
et al.
Patterns of Coral-Reef Finfish Species Disappearances Inferred from Fishers’ Knowledge in Global Epicentre of Marine Shorefish Diversity2016
Dr Georgi Robinson
Dr Gary Caldwell
Dr Matthew Wade
Professor Selina Stead
Profiling bacterial communities associated with sediment-based aquaculture bioremediation systems under contrasting redox regimes2016
Nwamaka Okeke-Ogbuafor
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Selina Stead
Reconciling traditional indigenous governance with contemporary approaches to decision making in Ogoni communities in Rivers State, Nigeria2016
Professor Selina Stead
A revolution without people? Closing the people–policy gap in aquaculture development2015
Professor Selina Stead
Managing unintegrated coasts with multi-level governance, Keynote Paper.2015
Dr Rachel Turner
Professor Nick Polunin
Professor Selina Stead
Mapping inshore fisheries: Comparing observed and perceived distributions of pot fishing activity in Northumberland2015
Professor Selina Stead
Mariculture: Aquaculture in the Marine Environment2015
Dr Georgi Robinson
Dr Gary Caldwell
Dr Matthew Slater
Professor Selina Stead
Redox stratification drives enhanced growth in a commercially important deposit-feeding invertebrate: implications for aquaculture bioremediation technologies2015
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Selina Stead
Seychelles, a vulnerable or resilient SIDS? A local perspective 2015
Alexander Caveen
Professor Nick Polunin
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Selina Stead
The Controversy over Marine Protected Areas: Science Meets Policy2015
Professor Selina Stead
Professor Grant Burgess
The development of marine biotechnology in Oman: Potential for capacity building through open innovation2015
Dr Estelle Jones
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Selina Stead
The Governabilityof Mangrove Ecosystems in Thailand: Comparative Successes of Different Governance Models2015
Alexander Caveen
Professor Clare Fitzsimmons
Christopher Sweeting
Helen Bloomfield
Dr Estelle Jones
et al.
Diverging Strategies to Planning an Ecologically Coherent Network of MPAs in the North Sea: The Roles of Advocacy, Evidence and Pragmatism in the Face of Uncertainty2014
Dr Rachel Turner
Professor 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 Matthew Slater
Professor Selina Stead
Perceptions of Rule-Breaking Related to Marine Ecosystem Health2014
Professor Selina Stead
Role of marine governance in seafood security and ethics, Keynote Paper2014
Dr Rachel Turner
Professor Nick Polunin
Professor Selina Stead
Social networks and fishers' behavior: exploring the links between information flow and fishing success in the Northumberland lobster fishery2014
Professor Selina Stead
Socialising fisheries: how can we implement policy, Invited Paper2014
Dr Peter Mumby
Jason Flower
Professor Clare Fitzsimmons
Dr Johanna Forster
Professor Selina Stead
et al.
Towards Reef Resilience and Sustainable Livelihoods: A handbook for Caribbean coral reef managers2014
Natalie Bown
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Selina Stead
Co-management and adaptive co-management: two modes of governance in a Honduran marine protected area2013
Camilla Macdonald
Professor Selina Stead
Dr Matthew Slater
Consumption and remediation of European Seabass (Dicentrarchus labrax) waste by the sea cucumber Holothuria forskali2013
Katharine Hart
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Selina Stead
Consumptive versus non-consumptive use of sea turtles? Stakeholder perceptions about sustainable use in three communities near Cahuita National Park, Costa Rica2013
Natalie Bown
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Selina Stead
Contested Forms of Governance in Marine Protected Areas: A Study of Co-Management and Adaptive Co-Management2013
Dr Johanna Forster
Angelie Peterson
Professor Clare Fitzsimmons
Professor Selina Stead
Coral reef management in a changing environment: livelihood responses and governance challenges2013
Dr Matthew Slater
Professor Aileen Mill
Professor Stephen Rushton
Professor Selina Stead
Effect of social and economic drivers on choosing aquaculture as a coastal livelihood2013
Professor Selina Stead
Professor 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
Alexander Caveen
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Selina Stead
Professor Nick Polunin
MPA policy: What lies behind the science?2013
Dr Matthew Slater
Professor Selina Stead
Resource perception, livelihood choices and fishery exit in a Coastal ResourceManagement area2013
Dr Georgi Robinson
Dr Matthew Slater
Professor Selina Stead
Role of sand as substrate and dietary component for juvenile sea cucumber Holothuria scabra2013
Dr Rachel Turner
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Nick Polunin
Professor Selina Stead
Territoriality as a driver of fishers' spatial behaviour in the Northumberland lobster fishery2013
Angelie Peterson
Professor 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
Professor Clare Fitzsimmons
Professor Selina Stead
et al.
Ultimate and proximate drivers of Caribbean reef health: A common understanding?2013
Natalie Bown
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Selina Stead
Contested Forms of Governance in Marine Protected Areas: A Study of Co-Management and Adaptive Co-Management2012
Helen Bloomfield
Dr Christopher Sweeting
Professor Aileen Mill
Professor Selina Stead
Professor Nick Polunin
et al.
No-trawl area impacts: perceptions, compliance and fish abundances2012
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Selina Stead
The concept of integrated national maritime policy and its application to Saudi Arabia2012
Timothy Daw
Dr Tim McClanahan
Professor Selina Stead
Nicholas Graham
To Fish or Not to Fish: Factors at Multiple Scales Affecting Artisanal Fishers’ Readiness to Exit a Declining2012
Dr Tim McClanahan
Nicholas Graham
Timothy Daw
Professor Selina Stead
Vulnerability of coastal communities to key impacts of climate change on coral reef fisheries2012
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Selina Stead
Estelle Jones
Quota discarding and distributive justice: The case of the under-10m fishing fleet in Sussex, England2011
Rachel Turner
Professor 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
Angelie Peterson
Professor Selina Stead
Rule breaking and livelihood options in marine protected areas2011
Professor Selina Stead
Professor Tim Gray
Saudi Maritime Policy: Integrated Governance2011
Professor 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
Professor 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 Matt Slater
Camilla Macdonald
Professor Selina Stead
The value of the sea cucumber Holothria forskali as a novel species in integrated multitrophic aquaculture systems2011
Professor 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
Professor 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
Professor Selina Stead
Dr Matthew Slater
Linking Attitudes, Perceptions and Socio-economics to Aquaculture Governance2010
Professor Selina Stead
Social acceptability of a Marine Protected Area: the case of Reunion Island2010
Dr Margarita Lavides
Professor Nick Polunin
Professor Selina Stead
Finfish disappearances around Bohol, Philippines inferred from traditional ecological knowledge2009
Professor Selina Stead
Future of marine aquaculture in a changing fisheries environment2009
Dr Tim McClanahan
Timothy Daw
Professor Selina Stead
Professor Nick Polunin
Identifying Reefs of Hope and Hopeful Actions: Contextualizing Environmental, Ecological, and Social Parameters to Respond Effectively to Climate Change2009
Professor Selina Stead
Socio-economic research opportunities in marine policy and coastal aquaculture governance2009
Professor Selina Stead
Surrounding Seas: how the natural environment is changing.2009
Professor Selina Stead
Sustainable aquaculture development in Europe – what’s the message for East Africa?2009
Dr Tim McClanahan
Timothy Daw
Professor Selina Stead
Professor Nick Polunin
Conservation action in a changing climate2008
Rachel Turner
Nicholas Graham
Professor Nick Polunin
Professor Selina Stead
Ecological and socio-economic responses to change in subsistence fishing societies2008
Professor Tim Gray
Jenny Hatchard
Timothy Daw
Professor Selina Stead
New cod war of words: 'Cod is God' versus 'sod the cod'-Two opposed discourses on the North Sea Cod Recovery Programme2008
Jenny Hatchard
Professor Selina Stead
Stakeholder perspectives on fisheries science and modelling2008
Rachel Turner
Professor Nick Polunin
Professor Selina Stead
Dr Shaun Wilson
Declining reliance on marine resources in remote South Pacific societies: Ecological versus socio-economic drivers2007
Peter Chaniotis
Professor Selina Stead
Interviewing people about the coast on the coast: Appraising the wider adoption of ICZM in North East England2007
Professor Selina Stead
Outcomes from the workshop, “Our Vibrant Coast”. The way forward for integrated coastal management in North East England. Sunderland Science Park, 18th July 20062007
Professor Selina Stead
Timothy Daw
Dr Tim McClanahan
Perceptions and future scenarios of people’s dependence on coral reef fisheries in the western Indian Ocean2007
Timothy Daw
Dr Tim McClanahan
Professor Selina Stead
The poverty trap: how socioeconomic factors influence exit from a declining fishery2007
Professor Selina Stead
A Coastal and Marine National Park for Scotland in partnership with Integrated Coastal Zone Management2006
Annette Mühlig Genannt Hofmann
Professor Nick Polunin
Professor Selina Stead
Nicholas Graham
Community-based marine resource management in Fiji - from yesterday to tomorrow2006
Professor Selina Stead
Effects of socio-economic drivers on unchanging coastal governance in Mauritius and Seychelles2006
Professor Selina Stead
EFIMAS WP5 UK Focus Groups Report. York University, 9-11 August 20062006
Professor Selina Stead
Integrated Coastal Zone Management in the North-East of England: a regional review2006
Professor Selina Stead
Plenary paper. Marine aquaculture governance, human perceptions, ICZM and socio-economic baselines2006
Natalie Bown
Professor Selina Stead
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Ella Ritchie OBE
Socio-economic and ecological indicators for analysing the success of the Cayos Cochinos Marine Protected Area (CCMPA) objective for fisheries management.2006
Professor Selina Stead
Socio-economic consequences, ICZM trends and governance options for marine aquaculture2006
Professor Selina Stead
Socio-economic consequences, ICZM trends and governance options for marine aquaculture2006
Annette Mühlig Genannt Hofmann
Professor Selina Stead
Professor Nick Polunin
Three to tango for community-based marine resource management in Fiji2006
Professor Selina Stead
Timothy Daw
Nicholas Graham
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Nick Polunin
et al.
Trends in climate change, coastal governance, coral reef ecology and socio-economic variation in the Seychelles2006
Professor Selina Stead
Timothy Daw
Professor Tim Gray
Uses of fishers’ knowledge in fisheries management.2006
Professor Selina Stead
A comparative analysis of two forms of stakeholder participation in European aquaculture governance: self-regulation and integrated coastal zone management2005
Professor Selina Stead
Changes in Scottish coastal fishing communities - Understanding socio-economic dynamics to aid management, planning and policy2005
Professor Selina Stead
Fishermen’s knowledge and participation to improve fisheries governance2005
Professor Selina Stead
Integrating stakeholder knowledge into interdisciplinary science: lessons from fisheries for aiding the development of sustainable management and policy for aquaculture2005
Professor Peter Burbridge
Professor Selina Stead
Keynote paper.Integrating social sciences into stakeholder-driven planning: the European experience2005
Professor Selina Stead
Socio-economic aspects of Aquaculture2005
Professor Selina Stead
Three’s a crowd: fishermen, government and scientists.2005
Professor Selina Stead
Three's a crowd: Fishermen, government and scientists2005
Professor Selina Stead
Applying interdisciplinary approaches to management of sustainable aquaculture development2004
Professor Nick Polunin
Professor Selina Stead
Nicholas Graham
Community-based marine resource management in Fiji – from yesterday to tomorrow2004
Professor Selina Stead
Role of stakeholders (fishers) in advancing management, policy and science: an interdisciplinary case study2004
Professor Selina Stead
Days at sea: from the fishers’ mouths2003
Professor Selina Stead
Role of ICZM in fisheries governance2003
Professor Selina Stead
The application of fishermen’s knowledge to fisheries management2003
Professor Selina Stead
The legislative puzzle – aid or barrier to integration.2003
Professor Selina Stead
Aquaculture and its role in Integrated Coastal Zone Management2002
Professor Selina Stead
Aquaculture and its role in Integrated Coastal Zone Management2002
Professor Philip Allmendinger
Professor Selina Stead
Delivering Integrated Coastal Zone Management through land-use planning2002
Professor Selina Stead
Handbook of Salmon farming2002
Professor Selina Stead
Integrated management of salmon farming areas2002
Professor Marcus Kaiser
Professor Selina Stead
Uncertainties and values in European aquaculture: communication, management and policy issues in times of “changing public perceptions”2002
Professor Selina Stead
Communicating uncertainties and values in aquaculture: policy and management issues in times of ‘… changing public perceptions’2001
Professor Selina Stead
Local Authorities and the Co-ordination of Management and Spatial Planning with regard to Atlantic Salmon, Salmo salar L2001
Professor Selina Stead
Proceedings of Aquaculture and its role in Integrated Coastal Zone Management. European Aquaculture Society2001
Professor Selina Stead
Proceedings of New species. New technologies. European Aquaculture Society Special Publication2001
Professor Selina Stead
An individual approach to monitoring effects of environmental factors on feed intake and growth of Atlantic salmon2000
Professor Selina Stead
Management of Scotland’s salmon resource – advances in aquaculture2000
Professor Selina Stead
Managing Scotland’s salmon resource – advances in aquaculture2000
Professor Selina Stead
Research based on individual fish, a tool for better management of farmed salmon2000
Professor Selina Stead
Food consumption and growth in maturing Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar)1999