Publications by: Megan Barnes

Also publishes as (Megan D. Barnes)

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Barnes, Megan, Glew, Louise, Wyborn, Carina, and Craigie, Ian D. (2018) Prevent perverse outcomes from global protected area policy. Nature Ecology & Evolution, 2 (5). pp. 759-762.

Ahmadia, Gabby, Darling, Emily, Andradi-Brown, Dominic, Barnes, Megan, Estradivari, , Gill, David, Glew, Louise, Gress, Erika, Gurney, Georgina, Horigue, Vera, Jakub, Raymond, Mangubhai, Sangeeta, Valles, Henri, and Wenger, Amelia (2018) Recruit young scientists and local talent to safeguard coral reefs. Nature, 557. p. 492.

Geldmann, Jonas, Coad, Lauren, Barnes, Megan D., Craigie, Ian D., Woodley, Stephen, Balmford, Andrew, Brooks, Thomas M., Hockings, Marc, Knights, Kathryn, Mascia, Michael B., McRae, Louise, and Burgess, Neil D. (2018) A global analysis of management capacity and ecological outcomes in terrestrial protected areas. Conservation Letters, 11 (3). e12434.

Wenger, Amelia, Ahmadia, Gabby, Alvarez-Romero, Jorge, Barnes, Megan, Blythe, Jessica, Brodie, Jon, Day, Jonathan, Fox, Helen, Gill, David, Gomez, Nicole Auil, Gurney, Georgina, Holmes, Katherine, Jupiter, Stacy, Lamb, Joleah, Mangubhai, Sangeeta, Matthews, Elizabeth, Matthews, Kathryn, Pressey, Bob, Teneva, Leda, Tewfik, Alexander, Wells, Sue, and Darling, Emily (2017) Coral reef conservation solution-scape white paper. Report. Wildlife Conservation Society, New York, NY.

Gill, David A., Mascia, Michael B., Ahmadia, Gabby N., Glew, Louise, Lester, Sarah E., Barnes, Megan, Craigie, Ian, Darling, Emily S., Free, Christopher M., Geldmann, Jonas, Holst, Susie, Jensen, Olaf P., White, Alan T., Basurto, Xavier, Coad, Lauren, Gates, Ruth D., Guannel, Greg, Mumby, Peter J., Thomas, Hannah, Whitmee, Sarah, Woodley, Stephen, and Fox, Helen E. (2017) Capacity shortfalls hinder the performance of marine protected areas globally. Nature, 543 (7647). pp. 665-669.

Mascia, Michael B., Fox, Helen E., Glew, Louise, Ahmadia, Gabby N., Agrawal, Arun, Barnes, Megan, Basurto, Xavier, Craigie, Ian, Darling, Emily, Geldmann, Jonas, Gill, David, Rice, Susie Holst, Jensen, Olaf P., Lester, Sarah E., McConney, Patrick, Mumby, Peter J., Nenadovic, Mateja, Parks, John E., Pomeroy, Robert S., and White, Alan T. (2017) A novel framework for analyzing conservation impacts: evaluation, theory, and marine protected areas. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1399 (1). pp. 93-115.

Barnes, Megan D., Craigie, Ian D., Harrison, Luke B., Geldmann, Jonas, Collen, Ben, Whitmee, Sarah, Balmford, Andrew, Burgess, Neil D., Brooks, Thomas, Hockings, Marc, and Woodley, Stephen (2016) Wildlife population trends in protected areas predicted by national socio-economic metrics and body size. Nature Communications, 7. 12747. pp. 1-9.

Craigie, Ian D., Grech, Alana, Pressey, Robert L., Adams, Vanessa M., Hockings, Marc, Taylor, Martin, and Barnes, Megan (2015) Terrestrial protected areas of Australia. In: Stow, Adam, Maclean, Norman, and Holwell, Gregory I., (eds.) Austral Ark: the state of wildlife in Australia and New Zealand. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, pp. 560-581.

Tulloch, Vivitskaia J.D., Tulloch, Ayesha I.T., Visconti, Piero, Halpern, Benjamin S., Watson, James E.M., Evans, Megan C., Auerbach, Nancy A., Barnes, Megan, Beger, Maria, Chadès, Iadine, Giakoumi, Sylvaine, Mcdonald-Madden, Eve, Murray, Nicholas J., Ringma, Jeremy, and Possingham, Hugh (2015) Why do we map threats? Linking threat mapping with actions to make better conservation decisions. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 13 (2). pp. 91-99.

Geldmann, Jonas, Barnes, Megan, Coad, Lauren, Craigie, Ian D., Hockings, Marc, and Burgess, Neil D. (2013) Effectiveness of terrestrial protected areas in reducing habitat loss and population declines. Biological Conservation, 161. pp. 230-238.

Schwarzkopf, Lin, Barnes, Megan, and Goodman, Brett (2010) Belly up: reduced crevice accessibility as a cost of reproduction caused by increased girth in a rock-using lizard. Austral Ecology, 35 (1). 82 -86.

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