Gabriel Vianna
TitleCited byYear
Socio-economic value and community benefits from shark-diving tourism in Palau: A sustainable use of reef shark populations
GMS Vianna, MG Meekan, DJ Pannell, SP Marsh, JJ Meeuwig
Biological Conservation 145 (1), 267-277, 2012
2152012
Biological effects, conservation potential, and research priorities of shark diving tourism
AJ Gallagher, GMS Vianna, YP Papastamatiou, C Macdonald, ...
Biological Conservation 184, 365-379, 2015
942015
Environmental influences on patterns of vertical movement and site fidelity of grey reef sharks (Carcharhinus amblyrhynchos) at aggregation sites
GMS Vianna, MG Meekan, JJ Meeuwig, CW Speed
PloS one 8 (4), 2013
822013
Acoustic telemetry validates a citizen science approach for monitoring sharks on coral reefs
GMS Vianna, MG Meekan, TH Bornovski, JJ Meeuwig
PloS one 9 (4), 2014
502014
Assessing pelagic fish populations: The application of demersal video techniques to the mid-water environment
TB Letessier, JJ Meeuwig, M Gollock, L Groves, PJ Bouchet, L Chapuis, ...
Methods in Oceanography 8, 41-55, 2013
412013
Crossing latitudes—long-distance tracking of an apex predator
LC Ferreira, M Thums, JJ Meeuwig, GMS Vianna, J Stevens, R McAuley, ...
PLoS One 10 (2), 2015
402015
The economic value of shark-diving tourism in Australia
C Huveneers, MG Meekan, K Apps, LC Ferreira, D Pannell, GMS Vianna
Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 27 (3), 665-680, 2017
322017
The socioeconomic value of the shark-diving industry in Fiji
GMS Vianna, JJ Meeuwig, D Pannell, H Sykes, MG Meekan
Perth: University of Western Australia. 26p, 2011
312011
WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE? The relative value of reef sharks as a fishery and an ecotourism asset in Palau
GMS Vianna, MG Meekan, D Pannell, S Marsh, JJ Meeuwig
Australian Institute of Marine Science and University of Western Australia …, 2010
252010
Spatial Subdivision and Genetic Diversity in Populations on the East and West Coasts of Australia: The Multi-Faceted Case of Nautilus pompilius (Mollusca, Cephalopoda)
W Sinclair, SJ Newman, GMS Vianna, S Williams, WJ Aspden
Reviews in Fisheries Science 19 (1), 52-61, 2011
192011
Wanted dead or alive
GMS Vianna, MG Meekan, D Pannell, S Marsh, JJ Meeuwig
The relative value of reef sharks as a fishery and an ecotourism asset in …, 2010
192010
Rethinking use and trade of pelagic sharks from Brazil
RR Barreto, H Bornatowski, FS Motta, J Santander-Neto, GMS Vianna, ...
Marine Policy 85, 114-122, 2017
172017
Indicators of fishing mortality on reef-shark populations in the world’s first shark sanctuary: the need for surveillance and enforcement
GMS Vianna, MG Meekan, JLW Ruppert, TH Bornovski, JJ Meeuwig
Coral reefs 35 (3), 973-977, 2016
112016
Shark-diving tourism as a financing mechanism for shark conservation strategies in Malaysia
GMS Vianna, MG Meekan, AA Rogers, ME Kragt, JM Alin, ...
Marine Policy 94, 220-226, 2018
92018
Distribution and abundance of the lesser electric ray Narcine brasiliensis (Olfers, 1831)(Elasmobranchii: Narcinidae) in southern Brazil in relation to environmental factors
GMS Vianna, CM Vooren
Brazilian Journal of Oceanography 57 (2), 105-112, 2009
92009
Valuing individual animals through tourism: Science or speculation?-Reply to catlin et al.(2013)
G Vianna, M Meekan, D Pannell, S Marsh, J Meeuwig
Biological Conservation 166, 301-302, 2013
52013
Catalyzing sustainable fisheries management though behavior change interventions
G McDonald, M Wilson, D Veríssimo, R Twohey, M Clemence, D Apistar, ...
Conservation Biology, 2020
2020
Long-term fishing catch and effort trends in the Republic of the Marshall Islands, with emphasis on the small-scale sectors
GMS Vianna, EJ Hehre, R White, L Hood, B Derrick, D Zeller
Frontiers in Marine Science, 2020
2020
Estimating the economic benefits and costs of highly‐protected marine protected areas
KJ Davis, GMS Vianna, JJ Meeuwig, MG Meekan, DJ Pannell
Ecosphere 10 (10), 2019
2019
The economic value of shark-diving tourism in Australia
G VIANNA, C HUVENEERS, MG MEEKAN, K APPS, LC FERREIRA, ...
2017
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