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Australian Universities, Government Research and the Application of Climate Change Knowledge in Australian Coastal Zone Management

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Here is a list of recent articles produced by members of the Coastal Collaboration Cluster.

Auster,P.J., Fujita, R. Kellert, S.R., Avise,J., Campagna, C., Cuker, B., Dayton, P., Heneman, B., Kenchington, R.A., Stone, G., Notarbartolo de Sciara, G., Glynn, P. (2009). Developing an Ocean Ethic:Science, Utility, Aesthetics, Self-Interest, and Different Ways of Knowing. Conservation Biology, 23 (1) 233-235.

Coffey B, Fitzsimons J and Gormley R (2011) Strategic public land use assessment and planning in Victoria, Australia: 40 years of trailblazing, but where to from here? Land Use Policy, vol. 28, pp306-313.

Coffey B and Wescott G (2010) New directions in biodiversity policy: A Critique of Victoria’s Land and Biodiversity White Paper, Australasian Journal of Environment Management, vol. 17. Pp. 204-214. Manuscripts prepared

De Freitas, D.M., Kininmonth, S., Woodley, S. (2009). Linking Science and Management in the Adoption of Sensor Network Technology in the Great Barrier Reef Coast, Australia. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, 33: 111-121.

Dobbs, K., Day, J., Skeat, H., Baldwin, J., Molloy, F., McCook, L., Johnson, M., Elliot, B., Skeat, A., Vohland, K., Wachenfeld, D., Kenchington, R. 2011. Developing a long-term outlook for the Great Barrier Reef, Australia: a framework for adaptive management reporting underpinning an ecosystem based management approach, Marine Policy 35 (2) 233-240.

Graham, N.A.J., Ainsworth, T.D., Baird, A.H., Ban, N.C. Bay, L.K. Cinner, J.E., De Freitas, D.M., et al. 2011 From microbes to people: tractable benefits of no-take areas for coral reefs. Oceanography and Marine Biology: An Annual Review 49, 117-148.

Harvey, N (2011) Darwin, Charles (1809-1882), in Hopley, D (Ed) Encyclopedia of Modern Coral Reefs, Springer (pp 299-301), ISBN 978-90-481-2638-5 Harvey, N (2011) Seismic Refraction, in Hopley, D (Ed) Encyclopaedia of Modern Coral Reefs, Springer (pp 1014-1016), ISBN 978-90-481-2638-5 Journal publications (in preparation)

Harvey, N, Clarke, B and Nursey-Bray, M, Australian Coastal Management and Climate Change, Geographical Research (MS deadline June, 2011)

Kenchington, R. (2010). Strategic roles of marine protected areas in ecosystem scale conservation. Bulletin of Marine Science, 86 (2) 303-313.

Kenchington, R. (2010). Management responses to changing ecosystems. Proceedings of International Seminar on Islands and Oceans 2010. Ocean Policy Research Foundation. Tokyo. 108-117.

Kenchington, R.A. and Day J. C. 2011. Zoning, a fundamental cornerstone of effective Marine Spatial Planning: lessons learnt from the Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Journal of Coastal Conservation 15 (2) 271-278 31

Kennedy, D. , Stocker, L. and Burke, G. (2010) 'Australian local government action on climate change adaptation: some critical reflections to assist decision-making', Local Environment, 15: 9, 805 - 816

Lédée, E.J.I., Sutton, S.G., Tobin, R.C, De Freitas, D.M. 2011 Responses and adaptation strategies of commercial and charter fishers to zoning changes in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. Marine Policy (In Press).

McCook LJ, Ayling T, Cappo M, Choat JH,Evans RD, Freitas DMDe, Heupel M, Hughes TP, Jones GP, Mapstone B, Marsh H, Mills M, Molloy F, Pitcher CR, Pressey RL., Russ GR, Sutton S, Sweatman H, Tobin R,Wachenfeld DR, Williamson DH. (2010). Adaptive management of the Great Barrier Reef: a globally significant demonstration of the benefits of networks of marine reserves. Invited submission to Proc Natl Acad Sci USA. PNAS published online before print February 22, 2010, doi:10.1073/pnas.0909335107.

Nikita F. Jones, Anne M. Wallis*, and Laurie J.B. Laurenson. Recreational fishing effort and catch estimation: A challenge for fisheries management. For submission to Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science

Nursey-Bray, M., B. Clarke & M. Scott (In Prep) ‘Food for Thought: what we know, and how we know it within the coastal zone’. Due for submission by the end of October.

Peter O’Toole, Anne Wallis and Laurie Laurenson An investigation into the impacts of recreational fishing on southern bluefin tuna (Thunnus maccoyii) in Portland, Victoria. For submission to Human Dimensions of Wildlife

Pokrant B. & L. Stocker (forthcoming - July 2011) ‘Anthropology, climate change and coastal planning.’ Chapter 9, in Kopnina, H. & E. Shoreman Ouimet (eds) Environmental Anthropology Today: Cross Disciplinary Investigations, Routledge.

Scarborough H (2011) Intergenerational equity and the social discount rate, Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, vol 55(2), pp164-177.

Semken, M, Miller, KK, James, K (in press). The value of oral history in natural-resource management: the Balcombe Estuary Reserve, Mount Martha, Victoria. Australasian Journal of Environmental Management

Smaigl, A., Larson, S., Hug, B., De Freitas, D.M. 2010 Water Use Benefit Index as a tool for community-based monitoring of water related trends in the Great Barrier Reef region. Journal of Hydrology 395 (1-2), 1-9.

Smith, T. F., D. C. Thomsen, R. W. Carter, G. Mayes, M. Nursey-Bray, G. Whisson, R. Jones, S. Dovers and K. O’Toole (2009). ‘Enhancing Science Impact in the Coastal Zone through Adaptive Learning’, Journal of Coastal Research, Special Issue 56, pp.1306-1310.

Smith, T., Daffara, P., O’Toole, K., Mathews, J., Thomsen, D., Inayatullah, S., Fien, J, & Graymore, M. 2011 A method for building community resilience to climate change in emerging coastal cities, Futures, (In Print)

Stocker, L. & D. Kennedy (2009) ‘Cultural Models of the Coast in Australia: Towards Sustainability’ Coastal Management 37(5): 387-404.

Stocker, L. & D. Kennedy (2009) ‘Perspective matters: Towards sustainability in Western Australia’s coastal zone.’ The International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability 5(5): 271-286.

Stocker, L., P. Newman & J. Duggie (forthcoming) ‘Climate Change and Perth (South West Australia).’ In, Blakely, Edward J. (ed) Planning Urban Regions for Climate Change, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, Cambridge, MA.

Stocker, L., B. Pokrant, D. Wood, N. Harvey, M. Haward, K. O'Toole & T. Smith (2010) ‘Australian Universities, Government Research and the Application of Climate Change Knowledge in Australian Coastal Zone Management.’ In, Leal Filho, W. (ed) Universities and Climate Change. Springer, Berlin.

Stocker, L., G. Burke, D. Kennedy and D. Wood. ‘Sustainability and Climate Adaptation: Using Google Earth to Engage Stakeholders’. Submitted to Ecological Economics, January 2011.

Thomsen, D. C., Smith, T. F., Carter, R. W. and Mayes, G. (2009) ‘Defining Community: Understanding the Meaning of 'the Community' in Coastal Zone Management’, Journal of Coastal Research, Special Issue 56, pp. 1316-1319.

Toropova, C., Kenchington, R.A., Vierros, M. and Meliane, I. Benefits and Challenges of MPA Strategies. C. Toropova, I. Meliane, D. Laffoley, E. Matthews and M. Spalding (eds.) 2010. Global Ocean Protection: Present Status and Future Possibilities. Brest, France: Agence des aires marines protégées, Gland, Switzerland, Washington, DC and New York, USA: IUCN WCPA, Cambridge, UK : UNEP-WC-MC, Arlington, USA: TNC, Tokyo, Japan: UNU, New York, USA: WCS 96pp.

Wood, D. & L. Stocker (2009) 'Towards reflexive governance for coastal adaptation to climate change: an action research methodology' The International Journal of Science in Society 1(3): 137 - 145. Won the International Science in Society Award