Rachel Turner
Rachel Turner
Environment and Sustainability Institute, University of Exeter
Verified email at exeter.ac.uk
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Exploitation and habitat degradation as agents of change within coral reef fish communities
SK Wilson, R Fisher, MS Pratchett, NAJ Graham, NK Dulvy, RA Turner, ...
Global Change Biology 14 (12), 2796-2809, 2008
2392008
Habitat degradation and fishing effects on the size structure of coral reef fish communities
SK Wilson, R Fisher, MS Pratchett, NAJ Graham, NK Dulvy, RA Turner, ...
Ecological Applications 20 (2), 442-451, 2010
1702010
Declining reliance on marine resources in remote South Pacific societies: ecological versus socio-economic drivers
RA Turner, A Cakacaka, NAJ Graham, NVC Polunin, MS Pratchett, ...
Coral Reefs 26 (4), 997-1008, 2007
1182007
The black box of power in polycentric environmental governance
TH Morrison, WN Adger, K Brown, MC Lemos, D Huitema, J Phelps, ...
Global Environmental Change 57, 101934, 2019
872019
Measuring good governance for complex ecosystems: Perceptions of coral reef-dependent communities in the Caribbean
RA Turner, C Fitzsimmons, J Forster, R Mahon, A Peterson, SM Stead
Global Environmental Change 29, 105-117, 2014
772014
Social networks and fishers’ behavior: exploring the links between information flow and fishing success in the Northumberland lobster fishery
RA Turner, NVC Polunin, SM Stead
Ecology and Society 19 (2), 2014
632014
Trust, confidence, and equity affect the legitimacy of natural resource governance
RA Turner, A Jane, A Arias, BJ Bergseth, NA Marshall, TH Morrisson, ...
Ecology and Society 21 (3), 18, 2016
622016
Changing storminess and global capture fisheries
NC Sainsbury, MJ Genner, GR Saville, JK Pinnegar, CK O’Neill, ...
Nature Climate Change 8 (8), 655-659, 2018
362018
Addressing Uncertainty in Marine Resource Management: Combining Community Engagement and Tracking Technology to Characterize Human Behavior
K Metcalfe, T Collins, KE Abernethy, R Boumba, JC Dengui, R Miyalou, ...
Conservation Letters, 1-10, 2016
312016
Mapping inshore fisheries: Comparing observed and perceived distributions of pot fishing activity in Northumberland
R Turner, N Polunin, S Stead
Marine Policy 51, 173-181, 2015
312015
Save reefs to rescue all ecosystems
TH Morrison, TP Hughes, WN Adger, K Brown, J Barnett, MC Lemos, ...
Nature 573 (7774), 333-336, 2019
292019
Health in fishing communities: A global perspective
AJ Woodhead, KE Abernethy, L Szaboova, RA Turner
Fish and Fisheries 19 (5), 839-852, 2018
292018
The impact of methodological choices on the outcome of national-level climate change vulnerability assessments: An example from the global fisheries sector
I Monnereau, R Mahon, P McConney, L Nurse, R Turner, H Vallès
Fish and Fisheries, 2017
242017
Making the most of data-poor fisheries: low cost mapping of small island fisheries to inform policy
DA Gill, HA Oxenford, RA Turner, PW Schuhmann
Marine Policy 101, 198-207, 2019
152019
Exploring ‘islandness’ and the impacts of nature conservation through the lens of wellbeing
S Coulthard, L Evans, R Turner, D Mills, S Foale, K Abernethy, C Hicks, ...
Environmental Conservation 44 (3), 298-309, 2017
152017
Territoriality as a driver of fishers' spatial behavior in the Northumberland lobster fishery
RA Turner, T Gray, NVC Polunin, SM Stead
Society & Natural Resources 26 (5), 491-505, 2013
152013
Social fit of coral reef governance varies among individuals
RA Turner, J Forster, C Fitzsimmons, D Gill, R Mahon, A Peterson, ...
Conservation Letters 11 (3), e12422, 2018
112018
Evidence of a common understanding of proximate and distal drivers of reef health
J Forster, RA Turner, C Fitzsimmons, AM Peterson, R Mahon, SM Stead
Marine Policy 84, 263-272, 2017
72017
Social and environmental drivers of fishers' spatial behaviour in the Northumberland lobster fishery
RA Turner
Newcastle University, 2010
72010
Constraints to healthcare access among commercial fishers
RA Turner, L Szaboova, G Williams
Social Science & Medicine 216, 10-19, 2018
52018
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