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Stephen G. Sutton
Stephen G. Sutton
Atlantic Salmon Federation
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Understanding the complexity of catch-and-release in recreational fishing: an integrative synthesis of global knowledge from historical, ethical, social, and biological …
R Arlinghaus, SJ Cooke, J Lyman, D Policansky, A Schwab, C Suski, ...
Reviews in Fisheries Science 15 (1-2), 75-167, 2007
6882007
Adaptive management of the Great Barrier Reef: A globally significant demonstration of the benefits of networks of marine reserves
LJ McCook, T Ayling, M Cappo, JH Choat, RD Evans, DM De Freitas, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (43), 18278-18285, 2010
5942010
Relationships among fat weight, body weight, water weight, and condition factors in wild Atlantic salmon parr
SG Sutton, TP Bult, RL Haedrich
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 129 (2), 527-538, 2000
3002000
How Resource Dependency Can Influence Social Resilience within a Primary Resource Industry*
NA Marshall, DM Fenton, PA Marshall, SG Sutton
Rural Sociology 72 (3), 359-390, 2007
2532007
Mapping outdoor recreationists' perceived social values for ecosystem services at Hinchinbrook Island National Park, Australia
CJ Van Riper, GT Kyle, SG Sutton, M Barnes, BC Sherrouse
Applied Geography 35 (1-2), 164-173, 2012
2332012
Illustrating the critical role of human dimensions research for understanding and managing recreational fisheries within a social‐ecological system framework
LM Hunt, SG Sutton, R Arlinghaus
Fisheries Management and Ecology 20, 111-124, 2013
1902013
Natural area visitors’ place meaning and place attachment ascribed to a marine setting
CJ Wynveen, GT Kyle, SG Sutton
Journal of Environmental Psychology 32, 287-296, 2012
1372012
Socioeconomic thresholds that affect use of customary fisheries management tools
JE Cinner, SG Sutton, TG Bond
Conservation Biology 21 (6), 1603-1611, 2007
1112007
Socio-economic aspects of artificial reefs: Considerations for the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park
SG Sutton, SL Bushnell
Ocean & Coastal Management 50 (10), 829-846, 2007
1072007
Understanding catch-and-release behavior among US Atlantic bluefin tuna anglers
SG Sutton, RB Ditton
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 6 (1), 49-66, 2001
992001
Substitutability in recreational fishing
RB Ditton, SG Sutton
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 9 (2), 87-102, 2004
962004
Understanding recreational fishers’ compliance with no-take zones in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park
A Arias, SG Sutton
Ecology and Society 18 (4), 2013
892013
The role of a flagship species in the formation of conservation intentions
AM Smith, SG Sutton
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 13 (2), 127-140, 2008
872008
Recommendations for the future of recreational fisheries to prepare the social‐ecological system to cope with change
R Arlinghaus, SJ Cooke, SG Sutton, AJ Danylchuk, W Potts, KMF Freire, ...
Fisheries Management and Ecology 23 (3-4), 177-186, 2016
812016
Comparison of outcomes of permanently closed and periodically harvested coral reef reserves
CY Bartlett, C Manua, J Cinner, S Sutton, R Jimmy, R South, J Nilsson, ...
Conservation Biology 23 (6), 1475-1484, 2009
812009
Applying the value-belief-norm theory to marine contexts: Implications for encouraging pro-environmental behavior
CJ Wynveen, BJ Wynveen, SG Sutton
Coastal Management 43 (1), 84-103, 2015
772015
Place meanings ascribed to marine settings: The case of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park
CJ Wynveen, GT Kyle, SG Sutton
Leisure Sciences 32 (3), 270-287, 2010
772010
Recreational fishers' attitudes towards the 2004 rezoning of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park
SG Sutton, RC Tobin
Environmental Conservation 36 (3), 245-252, 2009
762009
Epidemiology of bitter crab disease (Hematodinium sp.) in snow crabs Chionoecetes opilio from Newfoundland, Canada
JD Shields, DM Taylor, SG Sutton, PG O’Keefe, DW Ings, AL Pardy
Dis Aquat Org 64, 253-264, 2005
742005
Constraints on recreational fishing participation in Queensland, Australia
SG Sutton
Fisheries 32 (2), 73-83, 2007
712007
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