Sarah J Metcalf
Sarah J Metcalf
Research Fellow, Murdoch university
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Effects of climate‐driven primary production change on marine food webs: implications for fisheries and conservation
CJ Brown, EA Fulton, AJ Hobday, RJ Matear, HP Possingham, C Bulman, ...
Global Change Biology 16 (4), 1194-1212, 2010
An ecosystem based fisheries management framework: the efficient, regional-level planning tool for management agencies
WJ Fletcher, J Shaw, SJ Metcalf, DJ Gaughan
Marine Policy 34 (6), 1226-1238, 2010
Importance of trophic information, simplification and aggregation error in ecosystem models
SJ Metcalf, JM Dambacher, AJ Hobday, JM Lyle
Marine Ecology Progress Series 360, 25-36, 2008
Measuring the vulnerability of marine social-ecological systems: a prerequisite for the identification of climate change adaptations
SJ Metcalf, EI van Putten, S Frusher, NA Marshall, M Tull, N Caputi, ...
Ecology and Society 20 (2), 2015
Adaptation options for marine industries and coastal communities using community structure and dynamics
SJ Metcalf, EI van Putten, SD Frusher, M Tull, N Marshall
Sustainability Science 9 (3), 247-261, 2014
Qualitative analysis of recreational fisher response and the ecosystem impacts of management strategies in a data-limited situation
SJ Metcalf, K Moyle, DJ Gaughan
Fisheries Research 106 (3), 289-297, 2010
Ranking biodiversity risk factors using expert groups–Treating linguistic uncertainty and documenting epistemic uncertainty
SJ Metcalf, KJ Wallace
Biological Conservation 162, 1-8, 2013
The role of behavioural flexibility in a whole of ecosystem model
IE van Putten, RJ Gorton, EA Fulton, O Thebaud
ICES journal of Marine Science 70 (1), 150-163, 2013
Identifying indicators of the effects of fishing using alternative models, uncertainty, and aggregation error
SJ Metcalf, MB Pember, LM Bellchambers
ICES Journal of Marine Science 68 (7), 1417-1425, 2011
Conceptual models for ecosystem based fisheries management (EBFM) in Western Australia
SJ Metcalf, DJ Gaughan, J Shaw
Department of Fisheries, 2009
Using a regional level, risk-based framework to cost effectively implement ecosystem-based fisheries management
WJ Fletcher, DJ Gaughan, SJ Metcalf, J Shaw
Global progress in ecosystem based fisheries management, 129-146, 2012
Non‐destructive ageing in Notolabrus tetricus using dorsal spines with an emphasis on the benefits for protected, endangered and fished species
SJ Metcalf, SE Swearer
Journal of fish biology 66 (6), 1740-1747, 2005
Qualitative models to complement quantitative ecosystem models for the analysis of data-limited marine ecosystems and fisheries
SJ Metcalf
Reviews in Fisheries Science 18 (3), 248-265, 2010
Empirical evidence for different cognitive effects in explaining the attribution of marine range shifts to climate change
IE van Putten, S Frusher, EA Fulton, AJ Hobday, SM Jennings, S Metcalf, ...
ICES Journal of Marine Science 73 (5), 1306-1318, 2016
Identifying key dynamics and ideal governance structures for successful ecological management
SJ Metcalf, JM Dambacher, P Rogers, N Loneragan, DJ Gaughan
Environmental science & policy 37, 34-49, 2014
The economic and social impacts of environmental change on fishing towns and coastal communities: a historical case study of Geraldton, Western Australia
M Tull, SJ Metcalf, H Gray
ICES Journal of Marine Science 73 (5), 1437-1446, 2016
Fishing for the impacts of climate change in the marine sector: a case study
I Van Putten, S Metcalf, S Frusher, N Marshall, M Tull
International Journal of Climate Change Strategies and Management, 2014
Transformation of coastal communities: where is the marine sector heading?
I Van Putten, S Metcalf, S Frusher, N Marshall, M Tull
Australasian Journal of Regional Studies, The 20 (2), 286, 2014
Ecosystem based fisheries management case study report–West Coast Bioregion
WJ Fletcher, J Shaw, DJ Gaughan, SJ Metcalf
Fisheries Research Report 225, 2011
Qualitative modelling to aid ecosystem analyses for fisheries management in a data-limited situation
SJ Metcalf
University of Tasmania, 2009
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