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  • Feary, David; Burt, John; Bartholomew, Aaron (Elsevier Ltd, 2011)
    The use of artificial reefs in the Arabian Gulf have a history extending back over a century, when date palm trunks, stones, pottery and other materials were sunk in coastal areas to enhance fish catch. Historically, such ...
  • Ateweberhan, Mebrahtu; Feary, David; Keshavmurthy, Shashank; Chen, Allen; Schleyer, Michael; Sheppard, Charles (Elsevier, 2013)
    Most reviews concerning the impact of climate change on coral reefs discuss independent effects of warming or ocean acidification. However, the interactions between these, and between these and direct local stressors are ...
  • Cinner, J; Mcclanahan, T; Macneil, Ma; Graham, Nicholas; Daw, Tm; Mukminin, A; Feary, David; Rabearisoa, Al; Wamukota, A; Jiddawi, N; Campbell, Stuart; Baird, Andrew; Januchowski-Hartley, Fraser; Hamed, S; Lahari, R; Morove, Tau; Kuange, J (Natl Acad Sciences, 2012)
    In an effort to deliver better outcomes for people and the ecosystems they depend on, many governments and civil society groups are engaging natural resource users in collaborative management arrangements (frequently called ...
  • Sale, Peter; Feary, David; Burt, John; Bauman, Andrew; Cavalcante, Georgenes; Drouillard, Ken; Kjerfve, Bjorn; Marquis, Elise; Trick, Charles; Usseglio, Paolo; Van Lavieren, Hanneke (Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, 2011)
    The Persian Gulf is a semi-enclosed marine system surrounded by eight countries, many of which are experiencing substantial development. It is also a major center for the oil industry. The increasing array of anthropogenic ...
  • Bauman, Ag; Burt, Ja; Feary, David; Marquis, E; Usseglio, P (Pergamon-Elsevier Science Ltd, 2010)
    Tropical harmful algal blooms (HABs) are increasing in frequency and intensity and are substantially affecting marine communities. In October/November 2008 a large-scale HAB event (> 500 km(2), dinoflagellate Cochlodinium ...