Browsing publications by Timothy Daw

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
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
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
Dr Tim McClanahan
Timothy Daw
Professor Selina Stead
Professor Nick Polunin
Conservation action in a changing climate2008
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
Nicholas Graham
Dr Shaun Wilson
Professor Simon Jennings
Professor Nick Polunin
Jenna Robinson
et al.
Lag effects in the impacts of mass coral bleaching on coral reef fish, fisheries, and ecosystems2007
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
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
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