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Matthew Curnock
Matthew Curnock
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Getting closer to whales—passenger expectations and experiences, and the management of swim with dwarf minke whale interactions in the Great Barrier Reef
PS Valentine, A Birtles, M Curnock, P Arnold, A Dunstan
Tourism management 25 (6), 647-655, 2004
1582004
Redefining community based on place attachment in a connected world
GG Gurney, J Blythe, H Adams, WN Adger, M Curnock, L Faulkner, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (38), 10077-10082, 2017
882017
Live-aboard dive boats in the Great Barrier Reef: regional economic impact and the relative values of their target marine species
N Stoeckl, A Birtles, M Farr, A Mangott, M Curnock, P Valentine
Tourism Economics 16 (4), 995-1018, 2010
722010
Reef Grief: investigating the relationship between place meanings and place change on the Great Barrier Reef, Australia
N Marshall, WN Adger, C Benham, K Brown, M I Curnock, GG Gurney, ...
Sustainability Science 14 (3), 579-587, 2019
672019
Incorporating visitor experiences into ecologically sustainable dwarf minke whale tourism in the northern Great Barrier Reef
A Birtles, P Valentine, M Curnock, P Arnold, A Dunstan
CRC Reef Research Centre Technical Report 42, 1-65, 2002
642002
Shifts in tourists’ sentiments and climate risk perceptions following mass coral bleaching of the Great Barrier Reef
MI Curnock, NA Marshall, L Thiault, SF Heron, J Hoey, G Williams, ...
Nature Climate Change 9 (7), 535-541, 2019
522019
Tourism based on free-ranging marine wildlife: opportunities and responsibilities
A Birtles, P Valentine, M Curnock
CRC for Sustainable Tourism, 2001
512001
Climate change, the Great Barrier Reef and the response of Australians
J Goldberg, N Marshall, A Birtles, P Case, E Bohensky, M Curnock, ...
Palgrave Communications 2 (1), 1-8, 2016
402016
Advances in monitoring the human dimension of natural resource systems: an example from the Great Barrier Reef
NA Marshall, E Bohensky, M Curnock, J Goldberg, M Gooch, B Nicotra, ...
Environmental Research Letters 11 (11), 114020, 2016
392016
Our environmental value orientations influence how we respond to climate change
NA Marshall, L Thiault, A Beeden, R Beeden, C Benham, MI Curnock, ...
Frontiers in psychology 10, 938, 2019
352019
Some primary producers are more likely to transform their agricultural practices in response to climate change than others
NA Marshall, S Crimp, M Curnock, M Greenhill, G Kuehne, Z Leviston, ...
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 222, 38-47, 2016
322016
Measuring what matters in the Great Barrier Reef
N Marshall, ML Barnes, A Birtles, K Brown, J Cinner, M Curnock, H Eakin, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 16 (5), 271-277, 2018
302018
The role of Great Barrier Reef tourism operators in addressing climate change through strategic communication and direct action
J Goldberg, A Birtles, N Marshall, M Curnock, P Case, R Beeden
Journal of Sustainable Tourism 26 (2), 238-256, 2018
302018
On the relationship between attitudes and environmental behaviors of key Great Barrier Reef user groups
JA Goldberg, NA Marshall, A Birtles, P Case, MI Curnock, GG Gurney
Ecology and Society 23 (2), 2018
282018
Common and Antarctic Minke whales: conservation status and future research directions
D Risch, T Norris, M Curnock, A Friedlaender
Frontiers in Marine Science 6, 247, 2019
242019
Climate change issues and impacts in the Wet Tropics NRM cluster region
DW Hilbert, R Hill, C Moran, SM Turton, I Bohnet, NA Marshall, PL Pert, ...
James Cook University, Cairns, 2014
202014
Predicting poaching risk in marine protected areas for improved patrol efficiency
L Thiault, D Weekers, M Curnock, N Marshall, PL Pert, R Beeden, M Dyer, ...
Journal of environmental management 254, 109808, 2020
192020
Code of Practice for dwarf minke whale interactions in the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area 2008
A Birtles, P Arnold, M Curnock, S Salmon, A Mangott, S Sobtzick, ...
Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority, 2008
172008
Identifying indicators of aesthetics in the Great Barrier Reef for the purposes of management
N Marshall, P Marshall, M Curnock, P Pert, A Smith, B Visperas
PloS one 14 (2), e0210196, 2019
162019
Individual minke whale recognition using deep learning convolutional neural networks
DA Konovalov, S Hillcoat, G Williams, RA Birtles, N Gardiner, MI Curnock
Journal of Geoscience and Environment Protection 6, 25-36, 2018
162018
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