Publications by: Steven J. Cooke

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Song, Andrew M., Bower, Shannon D., Onyango, Paul, Cooke, Steven J., Akintola, Shehu L., Baer, Jan, Gurung, Tek B., Hettiarachchi, Missaka, Islam, Mohammed Mahmudul, Mhlanga, Wilson, Nunan, Fiona, Salmi, Pekka, Singh, Vipul, Tezzo, Xavier, Funge-Smith, Simon J., Nayak, Prateep K., and Chuenpagdee, Ratana (2018) Intersectorality in the governance of inland fisheries. Ecology and Society, 23 (2).

Raby, Graham D., Messmer, Vanessa, Tobin, Andrew J., Hoey, Andrew S., Jutfelt, Fredrik, Sundin, Josefin, Cooke, Steven J., and Clark, Timothy D. (2018) Swim for it: effects of simulated fisheries capture on the post-release behaviour of four Great Barrier Reef fishes. Fisheries Research, 206. pp. 129-137.

Messmer, Vanessa, Pratchett, Morgan S., Hoey, Andrew S., Tobin, Andrew J., Coker, Darren J., Cooke, Steven J., and Clark, Timothy D. (2017) Global warming may disproportionately affect larger adults in a predatory coral reef fish. Global Change Biology, 23 (6). pp. 2230-2240.

Madliger, Christine L., Franklin, Craig E., Hultine, Kevin R., van Kleunen, Mark, Lennox, Robert J., Love, Oliver P., Rummer, Jodie L., and Cooke, Steven J. (2017) Conservation physiology and the quest for a 'good' Anthropocene. Conservation Physiology, 5 (1).

Cooke, Steven J., Birnie-Gauvin, Kim, Lennox, Robert J., Taylor, Jessica J., Rytwinski, Trina, Rummer, Jodie L., Franklin, Craig E., Bennett, Joseph R., and Haddaway, Neal R. (2017) How experimental biology and ecology can support evidence-based decision-making in conservation: avoiding pitfalls and enabling application. Conservation Physiology, 5 (1).

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