Richard Hamilton
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Ignore fishers’ knowledge and miss the boat
RE Johannes, MMR Freeman, RJ Hamilton
Fish and Fisheries 1 (3), 257-271, 2000
Integrating indigenous ecological knowledge and customary sea tenure with marine and social science for conservation of bumphead parrotfish (Bolbometopon muricatum) in the …
S Aswani, RJ Hamilton
Environmental conservation 31 (1), 69-83, 2004
Dispersal of Grouper Larvae Drives Local Resource Sharing in a Coral Reef Fishery
GR Almany, RJ Hamilton, M Bode, M Matawai, T Potuku, ...
Current Biology, 2013
Designing a resilient network of marine protected areas for Kimbe Bay, Papua New Guinea
A Green, SE Smith, G Lipsett-Moore, C Groves, N Peterson, S Sheppard, ...
Oryx 43 (4), 488-498, 2009
Community-based conservation results in the recovery of reef fish spawning aggregations in the Coral Triangle
RJ Hamilton, T Potuku, JR Montambault
Biological Conservation 144 (6), 1850-1858, 2011
Fishing in the dark-local knowledge, night spearfishing and spawning aggregations in the Western Solomon Islands
RJ Hamilton, M Giningele, S Aswani, JL Ecochard
Biological Conservation, 2011
Informed opportunism for conservation planning in the Solomon Islands
ET Game, G Lipsett‐Moore, R Hamilton, N Peterson, J Kereseka, W Atu, ...
Conservation Letters 4 (1), 38-46, 2011
Developing marine protected area networks in the Coral Triangle: good practices for expanding the Coral Triangle marine protected area system
R Weeks, PM Aliño, S Atkinson, P Beldia, A Binson, WL Campos, ...
Coastal Management 42 (2), 183-205, 2014
Logging degrades nursery habitat for an iconic coral reef fish
RJ Hamilton, GR Almany, CJ Brown, J Pita, NA Peterson, JH Choat
Biological Conservation 210, 273-280, 2017
A cultural landscape approach to community-based conservation in Solomon Islands
RK Walter, RJ Hamilton
Ecology and Society 19 (4), 2014
Applying local knowledge and science to the management of grouper aggregation sites in Melanesia
RJ Hamilton, M Matawai, T Potuku, W Kama, P Lahui, J Warku, AJ Smith
SPC Live Reef Fish Information Bulletin 14, 7-19, 2005
The value of many small v. few large marine protected areas in the Western Solomon Islands
S Aswani, R Hamilton
Traditional marine resource management and knowledge information bulletin 16 …, 2004
Sexual development and reproductive demography of the green humphead parrotfish (Bolbometopon muricatum) in the Solomon Islands
RJ Hamilton, S Adams, JH Choat
Coral Reefs 27 (1), 153-163, 2008
Hyperstability masks declines in bumphead parrotfish (Bolbometopon muricatum) populations
RJ Hamilton, GR Almany, D Stevens, M Bode, J Pita, NA Peterson, ...
Coral Reefs 35, 751-763, 2016
The role of local ecological knowledge in the conservation and management of reef fish spawning aggregations
R Hamilton, YS Mitcheson, A Aguilar-Perera
Reef Fish Spawning Aggregations: Biology, Research and Management, 331-369, 2012
Indigenous ecological knowledge and its role in fisheries research design: A case study from Roviana Lagoon, Western Province, Solomon Islands
R Hamilton, R Walter
SPC Traditional Marine Resource Management and Knowledge Information …, 1999
Research partnerships with local communities: two case studies from Papua New Guinea and Australia
GR Almany, RJ Hamilton, DH Williamson, RD Evans, GP Jones, ...
Coral Reefs 29, 567-576, 2010
Solomon Islands largest hawksbill turtle rookery shows signs of recovery after 150 years of excessive exploitation
RJ Hamilton, T Bird, C Gereniu, J Pita, PC Ramohia, R Walter, C Goerlich, ...
PLoS One 10 (4), e0121435, 2015
The role of indigenous knowledge in depleting a limited resource—A case study of the bumphead parrotfish (Bolbometopon muricatum) artisanal fishery in Roviana Lagoon, Western …
RJ Hamilton
University of British Colombia: Fisheries Centre Research Reports 11, 68-77, 2003
Status report–world’s fish aggregations 2014. science and conservation of fish aggregations, California, USA
MW Russell, Y Sadovy de Mitcheson, BE Erisman, RJ Hamilton, ...
International Coral Reef Initiative, 2, 2014
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