Interacting populations in heterogeneous environments

Vuilleumier S., Possingham H.P.  2012.  Interacting populations in heterogeneous environments. Ecological Modelling. 228:96-105.

Cost-benefit analysis for intentional plant introductions under uncertainty

Yokomizo H., Possingham H.P., Hulme P.E., Grice A.C., Buckley Y.M.  2012.  Cost-benefit analysis for intentional plant introductions under uncertainty. Biological Invasions. 14:839-849.

The effect of fishing on hysteresis in Caribbean coral reefs

Blackwood J.C., Hastings A., Mumby P.J.  2012.  The effect of fishing on hysteresis in Caribbean coral reefs. Theoretical Ecology. 5:105-114.

Biology, ecology and conservation of the Mobulidae

Couturier L.IE., Marshall A.D., Jaine F.RA., Kashiwagi T., Pierce S.J., Townsend K.A., Weeks S.J., Bennett M.B., Richardson A.J.  2012.  Biology, ecology and conservation of the Mobulidae. Journal of Fish Biology. 80:1075-1119.

Forest conservation delivers highly variable coral reef conservation outcomes

Klein C.J., Jupiter S.D., Selig E.R., Watts M.E., Halpern B.S., Kamal M., Roelfsema C., Possingham H.P.  2012.  Forest conservation delivers highly variable coral reef conservation outcomes. Ecological Applications. 22:1246-1256.

Prioritizing key resilience indicators to support coral reef management in a changing climate

McClanahan T.R., Donner S.D., Maynard J.A., MacNeil M.A., Graham N.AJ., Maina J., Baker A.C., Alemu I.JB., Beger M., Campbell S.J., Darling E.S., Eakin C.M., Heron S.F., Jupiter S.D., Lundquist C.J., McLeod E., Mumby P.J., Paddack M.J., Selig E.R., van Woesik R.  2012.  Prioritizing key resilience indicators to support coral reef management in a changing climate. Plos One. 7:e42884.

Exotic species richness and native species endemism increase the impact of exotic species on islands

Walsh J.C., Venter O., Watson J.EM., Fuller R.A., Blackburn T.M., Possingham H.P.  2012.  Exotic species richness and native species endemism increase the impact of exotic species on islands. Global Ecology and Biogeopgraphy. 21:841-850.

Workshop on the ecosystem and fisheries of the Coral Sea: an Australian perspective on research and management

Young J.W., McKinnon A.D., Ceccarelli D., Brinkman R., Bustamante R.H., Cappo M., Dichmont C., Doherty P., Furnas M., Gledhill D., Griffiths S., Hutton T., Ridgway K., Smith D., Skewes T., Williams A., Richardson A.J.  2012.  Workshop on the ecosystem and fisheries of the Coral Sea: an Australian perspective on research and management. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries. 22:827-834.

The processes that threaten Indonesian plants

Budiharta S., Widyatmoko D., Irawati., Wiriadinata H., Rugayah., Partomihardjo T., Ismail., Uji T., Keim A.P., Wilson K.A.  2011.  The processes that threaten Indonesian plants. Oryx. 45:172-179.

Should we implement monitoring or research for conservation?

McDonald-Madden E., Baxter P.WJ., Fuller R.A., Martin T.G., Game E.T., Montambault J., Possingham H.P.  2011.  Should we implement monitoring or research for conservation? Trends in Ecology & Evolution. 26:108-109.

Grouper as a natural biocontrol of invasive lionfish

Mumby P.J., Harborne A.R., Brumbaugh D.R.  2011.  Grouper as a natural biocontrol of invasive lionfish. Plos One. 6:e21510.

General rules for managing and surveying networks of pests, diseases, and endangered species

Chades I., Martin T.G., Nicol S., Burgman M.A., Possingham H.P., Buckley Y.M.  2011.  General rules for managing and surveying networks of pests, diseases, and endangered species. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 108:8323-8328.

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