Research

We believe in the imperative to take positive action based on the best available information, and to continually evaluate and improve. Here is a selection of research undertaken by team members that have informed our approach; research output from student projects we have hosted or supervised, and; peer reviewed publications resulting directly from our work.

The interaction between seaweed farming as an alternative occupation and fisher numbers in the central Philippines
Hill NAO, Rowcliffe JM, Koldewey HJ, Milner-Gulland EJ. 2012 Conservation Biology 26, 324-334
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Is certification the answer? A consideration of local power and perspectives in a seaweed value chain
Spencer E. 2013. MSc thesis, University of Oxford
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Locally assessing the economic viability of blue carbon: A case study from Panay Island, the Philippines
Thompson BS, Clubbe CP, Primavera JH, Curnick D, Koldewey HJ. 2014. Ecosystem Services 8, 128-140
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Livelihood diversification for conservation: Interactions between seaweed farming and fishing in Danajon Bank, central Philippines
Hill NAO. 2011. PhD thesis. Imperial College London, University of London and Institute of Zoology, Zoological Society of London
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Challenging assumptions: the gendered nature of mosquito net fishing and the implications for management
Short RE, Mussa J, Hill NAO, Rowcliffe M, Milner-Gulland EJ. 2020. Gender, Technology and Development 24, 66-88
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Measuring the long-term success of small-scale reserves in a Philippine reef fishery.
Bayley DTI, Purvis A, Nellas AC, Arias M, Koldewey HJ. 2020. Coral Reefs 39, 1591–1604
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Multiple ecosystem services delivery in rehabilitated mangroves: a case study on the relative benefits of abandoned pond reversion from Panay Island, Philippines
Duncan C, Pettorelli N, Koldewey HJ, Thompson JR, Primavera JHP. 2016. Marine Pollution Bulletin 109, 772-782
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Achieving net benefits: A roadmap for cross-sectoral policy development in response to the unintended use of mosquito nets as fishing gear
Short R, Addison P, Hill NAO, Arlidge W, Arthur R, Berthe S, Castello y Tickell S, Coulthard S, Lorenz L, Sibanda M, Milner-Gulland EJ. 2019.
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Manual for community-based mangrove rehabilitation
Primavera JH, Savaris JD, Bajoyo B, Coching JD, Curnick DJ, Golbeque R, Guzman AT, Henderin JQ, Joven RV, Loma RA, Koldewey HJ. 2013. Zoological Society of London, UK
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An integrated assessment of coastal fisheries in Mozambique for conservation planning
Samoilys MA, Osuka K, Mussa J, Rosendo S, Riddell M, Daide M, Mbugua J, Kawaka J, Hill NAO, Koldewey HJ. 2019. Ocean and Coastal Management 182, 104924
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Reframing the concept of alternative livelihoods
Wright JH, Hill NAO, Roe D, Rowcliffe JM, Kumpel NF, Day M, Booker F, Milner-Gulland EJ. 2015. Conservation Biology 30, 7-13
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Spillover effects of a community-managed marine reserve
da Silva IM, Hill NAO, Shimadzu H, Soares AMVM, Dornelas M. 2015. PLoS ONE 10(4): e0111774
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Are alternative livelihood projects effective at reducing local threats to specified elements of biodiversity and/or improving or maintaining conservation status of those elements.
Roe D, Booker F, Day M, Zhou W, Allebone-Webb S, Hill NAO, Kumpel N, Petrokofsky G, Redford K, Russell D, Shepherd G, Wright J, Sunderland TCH. 2015. Environmental Evidence 4, 22
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