“Where to publish“ A Handbook of Scientific Journals for Contributors to Marine Conservation
McClanahan TR and J. Cinner. (2012). Adapting to a Changing Environment: confronting the consequences of climate change. Oxford University Press. New York.
Recent (2009+) Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
Bergseth, B. et al. (in press) A social-ecological approach to assessing and managing poaching by recreational fishers. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment
Graham, NAJ, TR McClanahan, MA MacNeil, SK Wilson, JE Cinner, C Huchery, TH Holmes (2017) Human disruption of coral reef trophic structure. Current Biology
- Cover feature & highlighted in a ‘Dispatches’ editorial
- Altmetric score of 144
Arias, A., RS Pressey, R. Jones, J. Alvarez-Romero, J Cinner (2016). Optimizing enforcement and compliance in offshore marine protected areas: A case study from Coco’s Island, Costa Rica Oryx 50: 18-26.
Cinner, J et al. (2016). Bright spots among the world’s coral reefs. Nature 535: 416-419.
- Cover feature
- Received cover feature and News & Views editorial in Nature
- Coverage in 110 news outlets, including The Atlantic, LA Times, BBC, Washington Post, Daily Mail, NPR
- Altmetric score of 1129- which is in the 99th percentile of all articles and 97th percentile of Nature articles
- Recommended by Faculty of 1000
Cinner J, MS Pratchett, NAJ Graham, V Messmer , MMPB Fuentes, T Ainsworth , NC Ban, LK Bay, JL Blythe, D Dissard, S Dunn, LS Evans, M Fabinyi, P Fidelman, J Figueiredo, AJ Frisch, CJ Fulton, CC Hicks, V Lukoschek, J Mallela, A Moya, L Penin, JL Rummer, S Walker, DH Williamson (2016). A framework for understanding climate change impacts on coral reef social-ecological systems. Regional Environmental Change. 16: 1133-1146
Gelcich et al. (2016). Fishers’ perceptions on the Chilean coastal TURF system after two decades: problems, benefits and emerging needs. Marine Pollution Bulletin. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5343/bms.2015.1082
Gurney, G, JE Cinner, J Sartin, RL Pressey, NC Ban, N. Marshall, D. Prabuning (2016). Participation in devolved commons management: Multiscale socioeconomic factors related to individuals’ participation in community-based management of marine protected areas in Indonesia. Environmental Science & Policy. 61: 212-220
Maire, E., JE Cinner, L. Velez, C. Huchery, C. Mora, S. Dagata, L. Vigliola, L. Wantinez, M. Kulbicki, D. Mouillot. (2016). How accessible are reefs to people? A global assessment based on travel time. Ecology Letters. 19: 351-360.
McClanahan, T., JE Cinner, S. Ruiz (2016). Simulating the outcomes of resource user- and rule-based regulations in a coral reef fisheries-ecosystem model. Global Environmental Change. 38: 58-69
Pendleton et al. (2016). Coral Reefs and People in a High-CO2 World: Where Can Science Make a Difference to People? PLoS ONE 11(11): e0164699. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0164699
- Covered in Washington Post & Boston Globe
Waldie, P., GR. Almany, TH Sinclair-Taylor, RJ Hamilton, T Potuku, MA. Priest, KL Rhodes, J Robinson, JE Cinner, ML Berumen (2016). Restricted grouper reproductive migrations support community-based Management. Royal Society Open Science 3: 150694. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rsos.150694
Aguilera, S.E., Cole, J., Finkbeiner, E.M., Le Cornu, E., Ban, N.C., Carr, M.H., Cinner, J.E., Crowder, L.B., Gelcich, S., Hicks, C.C., Kittinger, J.N., Martone, R., Malone, D., Pomeroy, C., Starr, R.M., Seram, S., Zuercher, R., Broad, K. (2015) Managing small-scale commercial fisheries for adaptive capacity: Insights from dynamic social-ecological drivers of change in Monterey Bay. PLoS One 10: e0118992
Arias, A., J. E. Cinner, R. E. Jones and R. L. Pressey. 2015. Levels and drivers of fishers’ compliance with marine protected areas. Ecology and Society 20(4):19
Bergseth B, Cinner J, Russ G. (2015). Measuring and monitoring compliance in no-take marine reserves. Fish & Fisheries 16: 240-258
Biggs et al. (2015) Marine tourism in the face of global change: the resilience of enterprises to crises. Ocean and Coastal Management 105: 65-74
Cinner et al. (2015) Changes in adaptive capacity of Kenyan fishing communities. Nature Climate Change 5: 872-876
Cinner J, MS Pratchett, NAJ Graham, V Messmer , MMPB Fuentes, T Ainsworth , NC Ban, LK Bay, JL Blythe, D Dissard, S Dunn, LS Evans, M Fabinyi, Fidelman, J Figueiredo, AJ Frisch, CJ Fulton, CC Hicks, V Lukoschek, J Mallela, A Moya, L Penin, JL Rummer, S Walker, DH Williamson. (2015) A framework for understanding climate change impacts on coral reef social-ecological systems. Regional Environmental Change DOI 10.1007/s10113-015-0832-z
Eckstrom et al. (2015). Vulnerability and adaptation of US shellfisheries to ocean acidification. Nature Climate Change 5: 207–214
Gurney, G., R. Pressey, J. Cinner, R. Pollnac, and S. Campbell. (2015) Integrating Conservation and Development: evaluating a community-based marine protected area project for equity of socioeconomic impacts. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 370: 20140277
Hicks CC, JE Cinner, N. Stoeckl, TR McClanahan. (2015). Linking ecosystem services and human values theory. Conservation Biology 29: 1471-1480
Januchowski-Hartley, F., NAJ Graham, JE Cinner. G Russ. (2015) Local fishing influences coral reef fish behavior inside protected areas of the Indo-Pacific. Biological Conservation 182: 8-12
MacNeil et al. (2015) Recovery potential of the world’s coral reef fishes. Nature 520: 341-344
Maina et al. Integrating social-ecological vulnerability assessments with climate forecasts to improve local climate adaptation planning.Regional Environmental Change 16:881-891
McClanahan, TR, MA MacNeil, NAJ Graham, J Cinner (2015). Biomass-based targets and the management of multispecies coral reef fisheries.Conservation Biology 29: 409-417
McClanahan TR, Cinner J, Alison EH. (2015). Managing fisheries for human and food security. Fish & Fisheries 16: 78-103
Robinson et al. (2015). Fish and fisher behaviour influence the susceptibility of groupers to fishing at a multispecies spawning aggregation site. Coral Reefs 34: 371-382
Arias, A., RS Pressey, R. Jones, J. Alvarez-Romero, J Cinner. (2014). Optimizing enforcement and compliance in offshore marine protected areas: A case study from Coco’s Island, Costa Rica. Oryx 50: 18-26
Campbell SJ, Mukminin A, Kartawjaya T, Huchery C, Cinner J. (2014). Changes in a coral reef fishery along a gradient of harvesting intensity in an Indonesian marine protected area. Aquatic Conservation: marine and freshwater ecosystems 24: 92-103
Cinner J. Coral reef livelihoods. (2014). Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 7:65-71
Cinner, J and TR McClanahan. (2014) A sea change on the African coast: Preliminary social and ecological outcomes of a governance transformation in Kenyan fisheries. Global Environmental Change 30: 133-139
Cinner J, et al. (2014). Winners and losers in marine conservation: Fisher’s experiences of displacement and perceptions of spillover from marine protected areas in Seychelles and Kenya. Society & Natural Resources 27: 994-1005
Condy M, J Cinner, TR McClanahan, DB Bellwood (2014). Projections for the recovery of fish catch and ecosystem function by gear modifications in an impoverished fishery. Aquatic Conservation 25: 396-410
Cortesi, F., Feeney, W.E., Ferrari, M.C.O., Waldie, P.A., Phillips, G.A.C., McClure, E.C., Sköld, H.N., Salzburger, W., Marshall, N.J., Cheney, K.L. (2015) Phenotypic Plasticity Confers Multiple Fitness Benefits to a Mimic. Current Biology 25: 1–6
Graham, NAJ, J Cinner, A Norström, M Nyström (2014). Coral reefs as novel ecosystems: embracing new futures. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 7: 9-14
– ISI Highly Cited paper
Gurney et al. (2014). Poverty and protected areas: an evaluation of a marine integrated conservation and development project in Indonesia.Global Environmental Change. 26: 98-107
Hicks CC and JE Cinner (2014). Social, institutional, and knowledge mechanisms mediate diverse ecosystem service benefits from coral reefs.PNAS 111: 17791-17796
Hicks CH, Stoeckl N, Cinner J, Robinson J. (2014) Fishery benefits and stakeholder priorities associated with a coral reef fishery and their implications for management. Environmental Science & Policy 44: 258-270.
Januchowski-Hartley FA, Cinner J, Graham NAJ. (2014). Fisheries benefits attained from behavioural modification of fishes in periodically harvested fisheries closures in Melanesia. Aquatic Conservation 24: 777-790.
Kittinger et al. (2014). A practical approach for putting people in ecosystem-based ocean planning. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12: 448-456
McClanahan et al. (2014). Perceived benefits of management benefits in Madagascar. Ecology & Society 19(1): 5.
Robinson J, Cinner JE, Graham NAJ (2014) The Influence of Fisher Knowledge on the Susceptibility of Reef Fish Aggregations to Fishing. PLoS ONE 9(3): e91296.
Albert S, M Love, TD Brewer. 2013. Contrasts in social and ecological assessments of coral reef health in Melanesia. Pacific Science. In Press
Arias, A. and Sutton, S.G. (in press). Understanding recreational fishers’ compliance with no-take zones in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. Ecology and Society
Bijoux JP, Dagorn L, Berke G, Cowley PD, Soria M, Gaertner J-C, Robinson J (2013) Temporal dynamics, residency and site fidelity of spawning aggregations of a herbivorous tropical reef fish, Siganus sutor. Marine Ecology Progress Series 475: 233-247
Brewer T, Cinner J, Green A, Pressey R. (2013). Market access and socioeconomic development explain patterns of exploitation on coral reefs. Conservation Biology 27: 443-452
Cinner J, MA MacNeil, X. Basutro, S. Gelcich. (2013). Looking beyond the fisheries crisis: Cumulative learning from small-scale fisheries through diagnostic approaches.Global Environmental Change6: 1359-1365
Cinner J, Graham NAJ, Huchery C, MacNeil MA. (2013). Global impacts of local human population density and distance to markets on the condition of coral reef fisheries. Conservation Biology 27: 453-458
Cinner J, Huchery C. (2013). A comparison of social outcomes associated with different fisheries co-management institutions. Conservation Letters
Cinner J, Huchery C, Darling ES, Humphries AT, Graham NAJ, Hicks CH, Marshall N, McClanahan TR. (2013) Evaluating social and ecological vulnerability of coral reef fisheries to climate change. PLoS One. 8(9): e74321. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0074321
Cohen P, Cinner J, Foale SJ. (2013). Fishing dynamics associated with periodically harvested marine closures. Global Environmental Change 6: 1702-1713
Cvitanovic C. et al. (2013). Critical research needs for managing coral reef Marine Protected Areas: perspectives of academics and managers. Journal of Environmental Management 114: 84-91
Graham NAJ, Bellwood DR, Cinner J, TP Hughes, Norström AV, Nyström M. (in press). Managing resilience to reverse phase shifts in coral reefs. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment
Grüss A, Kaplan DM, Robinson J (2013) Evaluation of the effectiveness of marine reserves for transient spawning aggregations in data-limited situations. ICES Journal of Marine Science DOI: 10.1093/icesjms/fst028
Hicks CH, Graham, NAJ, Cinner J (2013). Synergies and tradeoffs in how managers, scientists, and fishers value coral reef ecosystem services. Global Environmental Change 6: 1444-1453
Januchowski-Hartley FA, Graham NAJ, Cinner J, Russ GR. (2013). Spillover of fish naïveté from marine reserves. Ecology Letters 16:191-197
Johnson AE, Cinner J, Hardt M, Jacquet J, McClanahan TR, Sanchirico J. (2013). Trends, current understanding, and future directions for artisanal coral reef fisheries research. Fish & Fisheries DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-2979.2012.00468.x
MacNeil A, Cinner J. (2013). Hierarchical livelihood outcomes among co-managed fisheries. Global Environmental Change http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2013.04.003
McClanahan TR, Cinner J, Abunge C (2013). Identifying management preferences, institutional organizational rules, and attributes, and their capacity to improve fisheries management in Pemba, Mozambique. African Journal of Marine Science 35(1)
McClanahan TR, Cinner J, Alison EH. (in press). Managing fisheries for human and food security. Fish & Fisheries DOI: 10.1111/faf.12045
Pietri D, Gurney G, Benitez-Vina N, Kuklok A, Maxwell S, Whiting L, Vina M, Jenkins L. (In press) Practical recommendations to help students bridge the “research-implementation gap” and promote conservation. Conservation Biology
Ban N.C., Mills M., Tam J., Hicks C.C., Klain S., Stoeckl N., Bottrill M.C., Levine J., Pressey R.L., Satterfield T., Chan K.M.A. (in press) Towards a social-ecological approach for conservation planning: embedding social considerations. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment
Ban, NC. J Cinner, V Adams, M Mills, GR. Almany, S Ban, LJ. McCook, A White. (2012) The glass as half full: Emerging trends and opportunities for marine protected areas through adaptive management. Aquatic Conservation: 22: 262–271
Bohensky E, A Smajgl, TD Brewer 2012. Patterns in household engagement with climate change in Indonesia. Nature Climate Change. doi:10.1038/nclimate1762
Brewer TD. 2013. Dominant discourses, among fishers’ and middlemen, of the factors affecting coral reef fish stocks in Solomon Islands. Marine Policy. 37: 245-53
Brewer, T., J. Cinner, R. Fisher, A. Green, SK Wison. (2012). Market access, population density, and socioeconomic development explain diversity and functional group biomass of coral reef fish assemblages. Global Environmental Change. 2: 399-406
Bruggeman et al. (2012). Wicked social-ecological problems forcing unprecedented change on the latitudinal margins of coral reefs: the case of southwest Madagascar. Ecology & Society
Campbell et al. (2012) Avoiding conflicts and protecting coral reefs: Customary management protects habitat and fish biomass. ORYX 46: 486-494
Campbell SJ, Hoey AS, Maynard J, Kartawijaya T, Cinner J, Graham NAJ, Baird AH. (2012). Weak compliance undermines the success of no-take zones in a large government controlled marine protected area. PLOS One 7(11): e50074. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0050074
Cinner, J., TR. McClanahan, MA MacNeil, NAJ. Graham, TM. Daw, A Mukminin, DA Feary, AL Rabearisoa, A. Wamukota, N Jiddawi, SJ Campbell, AH Baird, FA Januchowski-Hartley, S Hamed, R Lahari, T Morove, J Kuange. 2012. Comanagement of coral reef social-ecological systems. Proceedings of the US National Academies of Sciences (PNAS): 109: 5219-5222.
Cinner, J., T .M. Daw, T.R. McClanahan, N. Muthiga, C. Abunge, S. Hamed, B. Mwaka, A. Rabearisoa, A. Wamukota, E. Fisher, N. Jiddawi. (2012) Transitions toward co-management: the process of marine resource management devolution in three east African countries. Global Environmental Change 22:651-658
Cinner, J, T.R. McClanahan, N.A.J. Graham, T.M. Daw, J. Maina, S.M. Stead, A. Wamukota, K. Brown, Ö. Bodin (2012). Vulnerability of coastal communities to key impacts of climate change on coral reef fisheries. Global Environmental Change. 22: 12–20
– Highlighted in Nature Climate Change
Cinner, J., X. Basurto, P. Fidelman, J. Kuange, R. Lahari, A. Mukminin. (2012) Institutional designs of customary fisheries management arrangements in Indonesia, Papua New Guinea and Mexico. Marine Policy. 36: 278-285
Cinner, J. and RS Pomeroy (2012). People and the Sea. Coastal Management 40: 235-238
Daw TM, Cinner JE, McClanahan TR, Brown K, Stead SM, Graham NAJ and Maina J (2012). To Fish or Not to Fish: Factors at Multiple Scales Affecting Artisanal Fishers’ Readiness to Exit a Declining Fishery. PLoS One 7(2): e31460.
– Covered by BBC news
Fidelman, P, L. Evans, M. Fabinyi, S. Foale, J. Cinner, F. Rosen (2012). Governing large-scale marine commons: contextual challenges in the Coral Triangle. Marine Policy. 36:42-53
Guillotreau P, Campling L, Robinson J (2012) Vulnerability of small island fishery economies to climate and institutional changes. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 4: 287-291
Hicks .C.C., McClanahanT.R., (2012) Assessing gear modifications needed to optimize yields in a heavily exploited, multi-species, seagrass and coral reef fishery. PloS ONE 7: e36022. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0036022
Hughes, S., A Yaua, L Max, N Petrovicc, F Davenport, M Marshall, TR McClanahan, EA Allison, JE Cinner (2012). A Framework to Assess National Level Vulnerability from the Perspective of Food Security: The Case of Coral Reef Fisheries. Environmental Science and Policy 23: 95-108
Januchowski-Hartley FA, Nash KL, Lawton RJ. (2012) Influence of spear guns, dive gear and observers on estimating fish flight initiation distance on coral reefs. Marine Ecology Progress Series 469: 113-119.
McClanahan, T., C.A. Abunge, J. Cinner. (2012). Heterogeneity in fishers’ and managers’ preferences towards management restrictions and benefits in Kenya. Environmental Conservation. doi:10.1017/S0376892912000197
McLoed L, A Green, E Game, K Anthony, J Cinner, S Heron, J Kleypas, C Lovelock, J Pandolfi, R Pressey, R Salm, S Schill, C Woodroffe. (accepted). Integrating climate and ocean change vulnerability into conservation planning. Coastal Management 40: 651-667
Nash KL, Graham NAJ, Januchowski-Hartley FA, Bellwood DR. (2012) Influence of habitat condition and competition on foraging behaviour of parrotfishes. Marine Ecology Progress Series 457: 113-124.
Setiawan, A., J Cinner, S Sutton, A Mukim. (2012). The perceived impact of customary marine resource management on household and community welfare in northern Sumatra, Indonesia. Coastal Management. 40: 239-249
Wamukota, A., JE Cinner, TR McClanahan (2012). Co-management of coral reef fisheries: A critical evaluation of the literature. Marine Policy. 36: 481-488
Ban, NC, V Adams, GR Almany, S Ban, J Cinner, LJ McCook, M Mills, RL Pressey, A White. (2011) Designing, implementing and managing marine protected areas: emerging trends and opportunities for coral reef nations. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 408: 21-31
Cinner, J Social-ecological traps in coral reef fisheries (2011). Global Environmental Change. 21: 835-839
– Listed in Faculty of 1000
Cinner, J. and G. David (2011). Human dimensions of coastal and marine ecosystems in the western Indian Ocean. Coastal Management. 39: 351-357
Cinner, J., C. Folke, T. Daw, C. Hicks. (2011) Responding to change: using scenarios to understand how socioeconomic factors may influence amplifying or dampening exploitation feedbacks among Tanzanian fishers. Global Environmental Change. 21: 7-12
Daw, TM., J Cinner, TR McClanahan, NAJ Graham, SK Wilson. (2011) Design factors & socioeconomic variables associated with ecological responses to fishery closures in the western Indian Ocean. Coastal Management. 39: 412-424
Graham et al. From Microbes to People: Tractable benefits of no-take areas for coral reefs.(2011). Oceanography and Marine Biology: an Annual Review: 46: 251-296
Hicks C.C. (2011) How do we value our reefs? Risks and trade-offs across scales in ‘biomass based’ economies. Coastal Management 39:358-376
Feary, D., JE Cinner, N.A.J Graham, F.A. Januchowski-Hartley. (2011). Effects of Customary Marine Closures on Fish Behavior, Spear-Fishing Success, and Underwater Visual Surveys. Conservation Biology. 25: 341-349
Januchowski-Hartley, F., N.A.J. Graham, D. Feary, T. Morove; J. E. Cinner. Fear of Fishers: Human Predation Explains Behavioral Changes in Coral Reef Fishes. PLoS ONE. 6(8): e22761.
McClanahan, TR, NAJ Graham, MA MacNeil, N. Muthiga, J Cinner, H. Bruggeman, SK WIlson (2011). Critical thresholds and tangible targets for ecosystem-based management of coral reef fisheries. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) doi/10.1073/pnas.1106861108
– Listed in Faculty of 1000
– Coverage in Sydney Morning Herald, Courier Mail, ABC news, and other key media outlets
McClanahanT.R., Hicks .C.C., ( 2011) Changes in life history and ecological characteristics of the fish catch community with increasing fishery management. Fisheries Management and Ecology 18: 50-60
Mora, C. O Aburto-Oropeza, A Ayala Bocos, P Ayotte, S Banks, A Bauman, M Beger, S Bessudo, D Booth, E Brokovich, A Brooks, P Chabanet, J Cinner, J Cortés, J Cruz-Motta, AC Magaña, E DeMartini, G Edgar, D Feary, S Ferse, A Friedlander, K Gaston, C Gough, N Graham, A Green, H Guzman, M Hardt, M Kulbicki, Y Letourneur, AL Perez, M Loreau, Y Loya, C Martinez, I Mascareñas-Osorio, T Morove, MO Nadon, Y Nakamura, G Paredes, N Polunin, M Pratchett, HR Bonilla, F Rivera, E Sala, S Sandin, G Soler, R Stuart-Smith, E Tessier, D Tittensor, M Tupper, P Usseglio, L Vigliola, L Wantiez, I Williams, S Wilson, and F Zapata. (2011) Global human footprint on the linkage between diversity and function in reef fishes. PLoS Biology. 9(4): e1000606
– Coverage in CNN
– Listed as a ‘must read’ by Faculty of 1000
Skinner, M. P., Brewer, T.D., Johnstone, R., Fleming, L. E., Lewis, R.J. 2011. Ciguatera fish poisoning in the Pacific Islands (1998 to 2008). PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases 5: e1416
Steneck, R.S. T.P. Hughes, J. Cinner, N. Adger, S. Arnold, S. Boudreau, K. Brown, F. Berkes, C. Folke, L. Gunderson, P. Olsson, M. Scheffer, B. Walker, J. Wilson, B. Worm. (2011) Creation of a gilded trap by the high economic value of the Maine lobster fishery. Conservation Biology. DOI: 10.1111/j.1523-1739.2011.01717.x
– Coverage in New York Times
– Listed as ‘exceptional’ by Faculty of 1000
Stoeckl, N., Hicks, C.C, Mills M, Fabricius K, Esparon, M, Kroon F, Kaur, Costanza, R. (2011) The economic value of ecosystem services in the Great Barrier Reef: State of knowledge and information gaps. in “Ecological Economics Reviews” Costanza R., Limburg K., Kubiszewski I., Eds. Annals of the New York Academy of Science. 1219:113-133
Cinner, J. (2010) Poverty and the use of destructive fishing gear near east African marine protected areas. Environmental Conservation.(4): 321–326.
Cinner, J and Ö. Bodin. (2010). Livelihood diversification in tropical coastal communities: a network-based approach to analyzing ‘livelihood landscapes’ PLoS ONE. 5(8): e11999
Cinner, J TR. McClanahan, A. Wamukota. (2010). Differences in livelihoods, socioeconomic characteristics, and environmental perceptions between fishers and non-fishers living near and far from marine parks on the Kenyan coast. Marine Policy: 34:22-28
Feagan R.A., N. Mukherjee, K. Shanker, AH. Baird, J. Cinner, AM. Kerr, N Koedam, A. Sridhar, R. Arthur, L.P. Jayatissa, DL Seen, M Menon, S. Rodriguez, Md. Shamsuddoha, F. Dahdouh-Guebas. Shelter from the storm? The use and misuse of ‘bioshields’ in managing for natural disasters on the coast. Conservation Letters. 3: 1-11
Fuentes MMPB, JE Cinner (2010) Using expert opinion to prioritize impacts of climate change on sea turtles’ nesting grounds. Journal of Environmental Management: 91: 2511-2518
Hicks C.C., Fitzsimmons C., Polunin N.V.C. (2010) An analysis of Interdisciplinarity within the environmental sciences. Environmental Conservation37: 464-477
MacNeil, A. NAJ Graham, JE Cinner, PA Loring, S Jennings, NK Dulvy, AT Fisk, TR McClanahan. (2010). Transitional states in marine fisheries: adapting to predicted global change. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society. 365: 3753-3763
Pollnac, R., P. Christie, J. Cinner, T. Dalton, T. Daw, G. Forrester, N. Graham, T. McClanahan (2010). Marine reserves as linked social-ecological systems. Invited article in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS). 107: 18262-18265
-covered in Faculty of 1000
Wilson, S.K. et al. (2010). Critical knowledge gaps in current understanding of climate change impacts on coral reef fishes. Journal of Experimental Biology: 213: 894-900
Bartlett C.Y., C. Manua, J. Cinner, S. Sutton, R. Jimmy, R. South, J. Nilsson, J. Raina. (2009). Comparison of outcomes of permanently closed and periodically harvested coral reef reserves. Conservation Biology: 23:1475-1484
Brewer, T. J. Cinner, A. Green, J. Pandolfi. (2009) Thresholds and multiple scale interactions of environment, resource use, and market proximity on reef fishery resources in the Solomon Islands. Biological Conservation 142: 1797–1807
Cinner, J. (2009). Migration and Coastal Resource Use in Papua New Guinea. Ocean & Coastal Management 51: 411-416
Cinner, J, T.M. Daw, T.R. McClanahan (2009). Socioeconomic factors that affect artisanal fishers’ readiness to exit a declining fishery. Conservation Biology: 23: 124-130
Cinner, J, M.M.P.B. Fuentes, H. Randriamahazo. (2009). Exploring social resilience in Madagascar’s marine protected areas. Ecology & Society: 14(1): 41. [online] URL: http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol14/iss1/art41/
Cinner, J. T. McClanahan, T. Daw, N.A.J. Graham, J. Maina, S.K. Wilson, T.P. Hughes. (2009) Linking social and ecological systems to sustain coral reef fisheries. Current Biology: 19: 206-212
– Commentary in Moving beyond Malthus (R. Steneck, Current Biology, 2009, 19: R117-119)
– Listed as a ‘must read’ by Faculty of 1000
– Coverage in New York Times, CNN, Scientific American, ScienceNews, Discovery Channel etc.
Cinner, J. T. McClanahan, N.A.J. Graham, M. Pratchett, S.K. Wilson, J.B. Raina. (2009). Gear-based fisheries management as a potential adaptive response to climate change and coral mortality. Journal of Applied Ecology: 46: 724-732
Cinner, J. A. Wamukota, H. Randriamahazo, A Rabearisoa. (2009) Toward community-based management of inshore marine resources in the Western Indian Ocean. Marine Policy: 33: 489-496
Hicks, C., TR McClanahan, J Cinner, and J Mills. (2009) Trade offs in ecological goods and services associated with different coral reef management strategies. Ecology & Society: 14:10.
Lokrantz, J., M. Nystrom, A. Norstrom, C. Folke, J. Cinner. (2009) Impacts of artisanal fishing on key functional groups and the potential vulnerability of coral reefs. Environmental Conservation. 36: 327-337
McClanahan T.R, J. Cinner, J Maina, N.A.J. Graham, T.M. Daw, S.M. Stead, A. Wamukota, K. Brown, M. Ateweberhan, V. Venus, & N.V.C. Polunin. (2009). Identifying reefs of hope and hopeful actions: Contextualizing environmental, ecological, and social parameters to effectively respond to climate change.Conservation Biology: 23: 662–671
Kritzer J, Hicks CC, Mapstone B, Pina F, Sale P, (invited submission) Ecosystem-based management of coral reefs, mangroves and seagrass beds. In The Sea. Ed. Fogerty M. Harvard University Press
Kittinger J, Cinner J, Aswani S, White A. (in press). Back to the Past? Integrating Customary Practices and Institutions into Co-Management of Small-Scale Fisheries. In “Historical Ecology of Marine Social-Ecological Systems” J. Kittinger et al (eds). University of California Press.
McClanahan T, Allison EH, Cinner J. (in press). Managing marine resources for food and human security. In C. Barrett et al. (eds) Food or Consequences: Food Security and Global Stability. Oxford University Press.
Pratchett, MS, JD Bell, PL Munday, M Kronen, NAJ Graham, SK Wilson, RJ Lawton, S Pinca, K Friedman, AJ Williams, L Chapman, F Magron, JE Cinner, T Brewer, and A Webb. (2011) Coastal Fisheries. Chapter 9. In: Bell J (Ed) Climate change and the vulnerability of Pacific fisheries. Secretariat for the Pacific Community, Noumea.
Pomeroy, R, J. Cinner and J. Raakjaer Nielsen. (2011) Conditions for Successful Fisheries and Coastal Resources Co-management: Lessons Learned in Asia, Africa, the Pacific, and the wider Caribbean. In Cutts, R (ed.) Small scale fisheries management: Frameworks and approaches for the developing world. CABI Publishing: pp. 256
Hicks C.C. Hills J.M., LeTissier M. (2010) Natural Capital- valuing the coast. In Coastal Zone Management, Ed. Green D. R. Thomas Telford, London. pp 92-118
Cinner, J, T. R. McClanahan, C. Abunge, and A. Wamukota (2009). Human dimensions of conserving Kenya’s coral reefs. in J. Hoorweg and N. A. Muthiga, editors. Advances in Coastal Ecology: People, processes and ecosystems in Kenya. African Studies Centre, African Studies Collection Volume 20, Leiden, Netherlands.