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Almany, G.R., Hamilton, R.J., Williamson, D.H., Evans, R.D., Jones, G.P., Matawai, M., Potuku, T., Rhodes, K.L., Russ, G.R., and Sawynock, B. (2010) Research partnerships with local communities: two case studies from Papua New Guinea and Australia. Coral Reefs, 29 (3). pp. 567-576.
Brewer, T.D. (2013) Dominant discourses, among fishers and middlemen, of the factors affecting coral reef fish distributions in Solomon Islands. Marine Policy, 37. pp. 245-253.
Bartlett, C.Y., Maltali, T., Petro, G., and Valentine, P. (2010) Policy implications of protected area discourse in the Pacific islands. Marine Policy, 34 (1). pp. 99-104.
Bartlett, Christopher Yeoman (2009) Emergence, evolution and outcomes of marine protected areas in Vanuatu : implications for social-ecological governance. PhD thesis, James Cook University.
Cohen, Philippa J., Cinner, Joshua E., and Foale, Simon (2013) Fishing dynamics associated with periodically harvested marine closures. Global Environmental Change, 23 (6). pp. 1702-1713.
Cohen, Philippa Jane, and Alexander, Timothy J. (2013) Catch rates, composition and fish size from reefs managed with periodically-harvested closures. PLoS ONE, 8 (9). pp. 1-12.
Cohen, Philippa J., and Foale, Simon J. (2013) Sustaining small-scale fisheries with periodically harvested marine reserves. Marine Policy, 37. pp. 278-287.
Cinner, Joshua E., Marnane, Michael J., and McClanahan, Timothy R. (2005) Conservation and community benefits from traditional coral reef management at Ahus Island, Papua New Guinea. Conservation Biology, 19 (6). pp. 1714-1723.
Docherty, Claire, Nelson, Paul N., Koczberski, Gina, Nake, Steven, and Law, Lisa (2014) Good soils have names: local soil classification and management in West New Britain Province, Papua New Guinea. In: Abstracts from the National Soil Science Conference. From: National Soil Science Conference, 23-27 November 2014, Melbourne, VIC, Australia.
Foale, Simon, Cohen, Philippa, Januchowski-Hartley, Stephanie, Wenger, Amelia, and Macintyre, Martha (2011) Tenure and taboos: origins and implications for fisheries in the Pacific. Fish and Fisheries, 12 (4). pp. 357-369.
Jupiter, S.D., Weeks, R., Jenkins, A.P., Egli, D.P., and Cakacaka, A. (2012) Effects of a single intensive harvest event on fish populations inside a customary marine closure. Coral Reefs, 31 (2). pp. 321-334.
King, David, and Smithers, Scott G. (2009) Climate change migration from low-lying small island communities. In: Asrar, Ghassem, R., (ed.) Climate Sense. Tudor Rose Publishing, Leicester, UK, pp. 50-52.
Setiawan, Adityo, Cinner, Joshua E., Sutton, Stephen G., and Mukminin, Ahmad (2012) The perceived impact of customary marine resource management on household and community welfare in northern Sumatra, Indonesia. Coastal Management, 40 (3). pp. 239-249.
Tawake, L., Butler, J.R.A., Skewes, T., Tawake, A., McGrath, V., and Morseu, F. (2010) Towards Regional and Community-Scale Reporting of Marine Ecosystem Health in the Torres Strait. Report. CSIRO Ecosystem Sciences, St Lucia, QLD, Australia.
Tawake, Alifereti, and Hoffmaister, Juan (2009) Adaptation in locally managed marine areas in Fiji. In: Mastny, Lisa , (ed.) State of the World 2009: into a warming world. State of the World . W. W. Norton, New York, NY, USA, pp. 90-91.
Vierros, M., Tawake, A., Hickey, F., Tiraa, A., and Noa, R. (2010) Traditional Marine Management Areas of the Pacific in the Context of National and International Law and Policy. Report. United Nations University – Institute of Advanced Studies, Darwin, NT, Australia.
Warren-Rhodes, Kimberley, Schwarz, Anne-Maree, Boyle, Linda Ng, Albert, Joelle, Agalo, Stephen Suti, Warren, Regon, Bana, Andrew, Paul, Chris, Kodosiku, Ringo, Bosma, Wilko, Yee, Douglas, Rönnbäck, Patrik, Crona, Beatrice, and Duke, Norm (2011) Mangrove ecosystem services and the potential for carbon revenue programmes in Solomon Islands. Environmental Conservation, 38 (4). pp. 485-496.