Selected Research Outputs since 2015

For a full list of publications for our members, please access their bio pages.

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Mizrahi M, Duce S, Pressey R, Simpfendorfer C, Weeks R and Diedrich A (2019) Global opportunities and challenges for shark large marine protected areas. Biological Conservation, 234. pp. 107-115


Marshall N, Thiault L, Beeden A, Beeden R, Benham C, Curnock M, Diedrich A, Gurney G, Jones L, Marshall P, Nakamura N and Pert P (2019) Our environmental value orientations influence how we respond to climate change. Frontiers in Psychology, 10.

Diedrich, A, Blythe, J, Petersen, E, Euriga, E, Fatchiya, A, Shimada, T, Jones, C. 2019. Socio-economic drivers of adoption of small-scale aquaculutre in Indonesia. Sustainability 11: 1543.


Mizrahi, M, Diedrich, A, Weeks, R, Pressey, R. 2019. A systematic review of the socioeconomic factors that influence the impacts of marine protected areas. Society and Natural Resources 32: 4-20.

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Diedrich, A, Benham, C, Pandihau, L, Sheaves, M. 2019. Social capital plays a central role in transitions to sportfishing tourism in small-scale fishing communities in Papua New Guinea. Ambio 48: 385-396.


MacKeracher, T, Diedrich, A, Simpfendorfer, C. 2018. Sharks, Rays and Marine Protected Areas: A critical evaluation of current perspectives. Fish and Fisheries. 20: 255-267.

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Gerhardt, K, Diedrich, A, Jaiteh, V. 2018. Social Science and its Application to the studies of Shark Biology. In Shark Research: Emerging Technologies and Applications for the Field and Laboratory (JC Currier, MR Heithaus, CA Simpfendorfer, eds.). CRC Press, Taylor and Francis Group, Florida. pp. 319-336.


MacKeracher, T, Diedrich, A, Gurney, G, Marshall, N. 2018. Who trusts whom in the Great Barrier Reef? Exploring trust and communication in natural resource management. Environmental Science and Policy 88: 24-31.


Sandanman, A, Diedirch, A, Gurney, G, Richardson, T. 2018. Perceptions of cyclone preparedness: Assessing the role of individual adaptive capacity and social capital in the Wet Tropics, Australia. Sustainability 10: 1165.


Diedrich, A, Stoeckl, N, Gurney, GG, Esparon, M and Pollnac, R. 2017. Social capital as a key determinant of perceived benefits of community-based marine protected areas. Conservation Biology. 31: 311-321.


Trave, C, Brunnschweiler, J, Sheaves, M, Diedrich, A, Barnett, A. 2017. Are we killing them with kindness? Evaluation of sustainable marine wildlife tourism. Biological Conservation doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2017.02.020.


Diedrich, A, Aswani, S. 2016. Exploring the potential impacts of tourism development on social and ecological change in the Solomon Islands from a local perspective. Ambio 45(7): 808-818.


Barnett, Abrantes, KG, Baker, R, Diedrich, AS, Farr, M, Kuilboer, A, Mahony, T, McLeod, I, Moscardo, G, Prideaux, M, Stoeckl, N, van Lynn, A, Sheaves, M. 2016. Sportfisheries, conservation and sustainable livelihoods: a multidisciplinary guide to developing best practice. Fish and Fisheries 17: 696 - 713.


Krause, G, Brugere, C, Diedrich, A, Ebeling, MW, Ferse, S, Mikkelsen, E, Perez, J, Stead, S, Stybel, N, Troell, M. 2015. A revolution without people? Closing the people-policy gap in aquaculture development. Aquaculture. 447: 44-55.


Aswani, S, Diedrich, A, Currier, K. 2015. Planning for the future: Mapping anticipated environmental and social impacts in a nascent tourism destination. Society and Natural Resources. 28: 703-719.