Publications

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12.06.2017

Species are more diverse than we think

A diversity of fish species with different shapes and swimming skills is key to the resilience of coral reefs.

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04.04.2017

GEDB Annual Report for 2016

Publication

30.01.2017

The value of pragmatism in natural resource management

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26.01.2017

Shocks to fish production

New study looks at how shocks like political change, natural disasters, diseases and overfishing have affected capture fisheries and aquaculture...

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05.12.2016

Policy briefs on Ecosystem Based Management

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03.11.2016

Guiding coral reef futures

How much more fishing, nutrient pollution and climate change can the world’s coral reefs endure?

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22.09.2016

What influences demand for eco-labelled seafood?

Why consumers must become more familiarised with labels in order to boost consumption of responsible seafood produce.

Publication

08.09.2016

How to tackle antibiotic resistance

Researchers call for stronger coordinated action against overuse of antibiotics

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26.01.2016

Syndromes of change for small-scale fisheries

How international seafood trade impacts small-scale fisheries

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01.12.2015

GEDB Progress Report 2013-2015

Read about GEDB research and activities in the Progress Report covering May 2013 to August 2015

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12.10.2015

Marine resource exploitation can be contagious

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28.09.2015

Financial markets and ecological change

The hidden ecological effects of algorithmic trade and new financial instruments

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19.08.2015

Keystone actors shape marine ecosystems

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02.07.2015

Rethinking natural Habitats - a Nature publication

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23.06.2015

Missing signals from ecosystem to consumer

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02.07.2014

Hawaiian reefs through the resilience lens