World Heritage Research: Making a Difference. CRC Reef Research, Education and Capacity Building 1999-2006
Research summary in the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area Reef and Rainforest Research Centre
Implements the Australian Government's Marine and Tropical research Fishing for more: A Student-Stakeholder Workshop on the Biology, Ecology, Sociology, and Economics of Fisheries.
The aim of these proceedings was to document our research and the issues raised by stakeholder representatives at the workshop in order to benefit the sustainable management of fisheries on the east coast of Queensland and in Torres Strait. International Marine Project Activities Centre
Centre to further the sustainable development of tropical habitats. Warming Reef can be Saved
(19%) Development of co-operative management arrangements in the Great Barrier Reef: an adaptive management approach
The practicalities of planning and evaluating effective Indigenous co-management partnerships within this unique marine protected area. Michaelis, Frances B.
(13%) Status of Caribbean Coral Reefs after Bleaching and Hurricanes in 2005
This book documents the devastating effects on coral reefs from the hottest year on record with its very high sea surface temperatures and record hurricane activity throughout the Caribbean and Atlantic basins. Jeyabaskaran, Dr.R.
(10%) Wave-breaking hydrodynamics within coral reef systems and the effect of changing sea level, J. Geophys. Res. 104, 30007-30019, 1999.
Wave-breaking hydrodynamics within coral reef systems