Jordan Gacutan
Jordan Gacutan
Global Ocean Accounts Partnership Secretariat / PhD Candidate, University of New South Wales
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Patterns of sediment transport using foraminifera tracers across sand aprons on the Great Barrier Reef
TE Fellowes, J Gacutan, DL Harris, A Vila-Concejo, JM Webster, M Byrne
Journal of Coastal Research 33 (4), 864-873, 2017
Towards an understanding of the spatial relationships between natural capital and maritime activities: A Bayesian Belief Network approach
J Gacutan, I Galparsoro, A Murillas-Maza
Ecosystem Services 40, 101034, 2019
Operationalisation of ecosystem services in support of ecosystem-based marine spatial planning: insights into needs and recommendations
I Galparsoro, K Pınarbaşı, E Gissi, F Culhane, J Gacutan, J Kotta, ...
Marine Policy 131, 104609, 2021
Mg/Ca and Sr/Ca as novel geochemical proxies for understanding sediment transport processes within coral reefs
J Gacutan, A Vila-Concejo, LD Nothdurft, TE Fellowes, HE Cathey, ...
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 197, 54-68, 2017
Continental patterns in marine debris revealed by a decade of citizen science
J Gacutan, EL Johnston, H Tait, W Smith, GF Clark
Science of The Total Environment 807, 150742, 2022
Marine spatial planning and ocean accounting: Synergistic tools enhancing integration in ocean governance
J Gacutan, I Galparsoro, K Pınarbaşı, A Murillas, IJ Adewumi, ...
Marine Policy 136, 104936, 2022
A visualization tool for citizen-science marine debris big data
GF Clark, J Gacutan, R Lawther, EL Johnston, H Tait, T Bednarz
Water International 46 (2), 211-223, 2021
The emerging intersection between marine spatial planning and ocean accounting: A global review and case studies
J Gacutan, K Pınarbaşı, M Agbaglah, C Bradley, I Galparsoro, A Murillas, ...
Marine Policy 140, 105055, 2022
Mapping Marine Debris Risk Using Expert Elicitation, Empirical Data, and Spatial Modelling
J Gacutan, E Foulsham, JW Turnbull, SDA Smith, GF Clark
Empirical Data, and Spatial Modelling, 0
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