Stephanie Duce
Stephanie Duce
Lecturer, James Cook University
Verified email at sydney.edu.au
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Sustainable development and the water–energy–food nexus: A perspective on livelihoods
EM Biggs, E Bruce, B Boruff, JMA Duncan, J Horsley, N Pauli, K McNeill, ...
Environmental Science & Policy 54, 389-397, 2015
4782015
Principles and practice of acquiring drone-based image data in marine environments
KE Joyce, S Duce, SM Leahy, J Leon, SW Maier
Marine and Freshwater Research 70 (7), 952-963, 2019
782019
Geomorphic changes of a coral shingle cay measured using kite aerial photography
M Bryson, S Duce, D Harris, JM Webster, A Thompson, A Vila-Concejo, ...
Geomorphology 270, 1-8, 2016
232016
A morphometric assessment and classification of coral reef spur and groove morphology
S Duce, A Vila-Concejo, SM Hamylton, JM Webster, E Bruce, RJ Beaman
Geomorphology 265, 68-83, 2016
232016
The evolution of the Great Barrier Reef during the last interglacial period
B Dechnik, JM Webster, GE Webb, L Nothdurft, A Dutton, JC Braga, ...
Global and Planetary Change 149, 53-71, 2017
212017
Microtheories for spatial data infrastructures-accounting for diversity of local conceptualizations at a global level
S Duce, K Janowicz
International Conference on Geographic Information Science, 27-41, 2010
212010
Environmental livelihood security in Southeast Asia and Oceania: a water-energy-food-livelihoods nexus approach for spatially assessing change. White paper
EM Biggs, B Boruff, E Bruce, JMA Duncan, BJ Haworth, S Duce, J Horsley, ...
IWMI, 2014
202014
Beyond the reef: The widespread use of non‐reef habitats by coral reef fishes
K Sambrook, AS Hoey, S Andréfouët, GS Cumming, S Duce, MC Bonin
Fish and Fisheries 20 (5), 903-920, 2019
192019
Estimating regional coral reef calcium carbonate production from remotely sensed seafloor maps
SM Hamylton, S Duce, A Vila-Concejo, CM Roelfsema, SR Phinn, ...
Remote sensing of environment 201, 88-98, 2017
182017
Influence of hydrodynamic energy on Holocene reef flat accretion, Great Barrier Reef
B Dechnik, JM Webster, L Nothdurft, GE Webb, J Zhao, S Duce, JC Braga, ...
Quaternary Research 85 (1), 44-53, 2016
182016
A synthesis of climate change and coastal science to support adaptation in the communities of Torres Strait
SJ Duce, KE Parnell, SG Smithers, KE McNamara
Reef and Rainforest Research Centre, 2010
182010
Global opportunities and challenges for shark large marine protected areas
S Duce, RL Pressey, CA Simpfendorfer, R Weeks, A Diedrich
Biological conservation 234, 107-115, 2019
152019
Linking pattern to process in reef sediment dynamics at Lady Musgrave Island, southern Great Barrier Reef
SM Hamylton, RC Carvalho, S Duce, CM Roelfsema, A Vila‐Concejo
Sedimentology 63 (6), 1634-1650, 2016
142016
Towards an ontology for reef islands
S Duce
International Conference on GeoSpatial Sematics, 175-187, 2009
132009
Spur and groove distribution, morphology and relationship to relative wave exposure, Southern Great Barrier Reef, Australia
S Duce, A Vila-Concejo, S Hamylton, E Bruce, JM Webster
Journal of Coastal Research, 115-120, 2014
112014
Environmental Livelihood Security in South-East Asia and Oceania: a nexuslivelihoods approach for spatially assessing change
EM Biggs, B Boruff, E Bruce, JMA Duncan, S Duce, BJ Haworth, J Horsley, ...
IWMI-CGIAR White PaperInternational Water Management Institute, Colombo, Sri …, 2014
92014
Holocene reef growth over irregular Pleistocene karst confirms major influence of hydrodynamic factors on Holocene reef development
M Salas-Saavedra, B Dechnik, GE Webb, JM Webster, J Zhao, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 180, 157-176, 2018
82018
Putting sea cucumbers on the map: projected holothurian bioturbation rates on a coral reef scale
JE Williamson, S Duce, KE Joyce, V Raoult
Coral Reefs 40 (2), 559-569, 2021
32021
Mitigating negative livelihood impacts of no-take MPAs on small-scale fishers
S Duce, ZL Khine, T MacKeracher, KMC Maung, ET Phyu, RL Pressey, ...
Biological Conservation 245, 108554, 2020
22020
Broadening our horizons: seascape use by coral reef-associated fishes in Kavieng, Papua New Guinea, is common and diverse
K Sambrook, MC Bonin, M Bradley, GS Cumming, S Duce, S Andréfouët, ...
Coral Reefs 39, 1187-1197, 2020
12020
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