David Curnick
David Curnick
Institute of Zoology, Zoological Society of London
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Potential benefits to fisheries and biodiversity of the Chagos Archipelago/British Indian Ocean Territory as a no-take marine reserve
HJ Koldewey, DJ Curnick, S Harding, LR Harrison, M Gollock
Marine Pollution Bulletin 60 (11), 1906-1915, 2010
Locally assessing the economic viability of blue carbon: A case study from Panay Island, the Philippines
BS Thompson, CP Clubbe, JH Primavera, DJ Curnick, HJ Koldewey
Ecosystem Services 8, 128-140, 2014
Setting evolutionary‐based conservation priorities for a phylogenetically data‐poor taxonomic group (Scleractinia)
DJ Curnick, CEI Head, D Huang, MJC Crabbe, M Gollock, BW Hoeksema, ...
Animal Conservation 18 (4), 303-312, 2015
Manual for community-based mangrove rehabilitation
JH Primavera, JP Savaris, BE Bajoyo, JD Coching, DJ Curnick, ...
London, Zoological Society of London, Mangrove Manual Series 1, 240, 2012
Shark baselines and the conservation role of remote coral reef ecosystems
F Ferretti, DJ Curnick, K Liu, EV Romanov, BA Block
Science Advances 4 (3), eaaq0333, 2018
Potential environmental impacts caused by beaching or drifting fish aggregating devices and identification of management solutions and uncertainties
T Davies, DJ Curnick, J Barde, E Chassot
http://www.documentation.ird.fr/hor/fdi:010071786, 2017
The value of small mangrove patches
DJ Curnick, N Pettorelli, AA Amir, T Balke, EB Barbier, S Crooks, ...
Science (New York, NY) 363 (6424), 239, 2019
Evidence for dynamic resource partitioning between two sympatric reef shark species within the British Indian Ocean Territory
DJ Curnick, AB Carlisle, MJ Gollock, RJ Schallert, NE Hussey
Journal of Fish Biology 94 (4), 680-685, 2019
Recent recruitment trends of juvenile eels in tributaries of the River Thames
M Gollock, DJ Curnick, A Debney
Hydrobiologia 672 (1), 33-37, 2011
Estimating space use of mobile fishes in a large marine protected area with methodological considerations in acoustic array design
AB Carlisle, D Tickler, JJ Dale, F Ferretti, DJ Curnick, TK Chapple, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 6, 256, 2019
Potential detection of illegal fishing by passive acoustic telemetry
DM Tickler, AB Carlisle, TK Chapple, DJ Curnick, JJ Dale, RJ Schallert, ...
Animal Biotelemetry 7 (1), 1, 2019
Juvenile harbor porpoises in the UK are exposed to a more neurotoxic mixture of polychlorinated biphenyls than adults
R Williams, DJ Curnick, J Barber, A Brownlow, N Davison, R Deaville, ...
Science of the Total Environment, 2020
Using historical fisheries data to predict tuna distribution within the British Indian Ocean Territory Marine Protected Area, and implications for its management
N Dunn, DJ Curnick
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, 2019
Complete mitochondrial genome of the grey reef shark, Carcharhinus amblyrhynchos (Carcharhiniformes: Carcharhinidae)
N Dunn, S Johri, DJ Curnick, C Carbone, EA Dinsdale, TK Chapple, ...
Mitochondrial DNA Part B: Resources, 2020
Mitochondrial genome of the silvertip shark, Carcharhinus albimarginatus, from the British Indian Ocean Territory
S Johri, N Dunn, TK Chapple, DJ Curnick, V Savolainen, EA Dinsdale, ...
Mitochondrial DNA Part B: Resources, 2020
Shark movement strategies influence poaching risk and can guide enforcement decisions in a large, remote Marine Protected Area
DMP Jacoby, F Ferretti, R Freeman, AB Carlisle, TK Chapple, DJ Curnick, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology, 2020
Coral reefs in the Anthropocene–reflecting on 20 years of Reef Conservation UK
DA Andradi-Brown, AT Banaszak, TK Frazer, H Gilchrist, A Harborne, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science, 2020
Interactions between a large marine protected area, pelagic tuna and associated fisheries
DJ Curnick, B Collen, HJ Koldewey, KE Jones, K Kemp, F Ferretti
Frontiers in Marine Science, 2020
Individual variation in residency and regional movements of reef manta rays Mobula alfredi in a large Marine Protected Area
S Andrzejaczek, T Chapple, DJ Curnick, AB Carlisle, M Castleton, ...
Marine Ecology: Progress Series, 2020
Movements of reef manta rays in a large marine protected area at multiple spatio-temporal scales
S Andrzejaczek, T Chapple, DJ Curnick, AB Carlisle, M Castleton, ...
Ocean Sciences Meeting 2020, 2020
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