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Cinner, Joshua

Also known as
J Cinner
J E Cinner
Joshua E Cinner
Joshua Eli Cinner
Field of activity
Social-ecological Systems; Small-scale Fisheries; Coral Reefs; Human Dimensions; Vulnerability
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https://nla.gov.au/nla.party-1507081

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Prof Joshua Cinner

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ORCID

  1. Researcher Profile at ORCID
    http://orcid.org/0000-0003-2675-9317
  2. ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies - profile page
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  4. Social–environmental drivers inform strategic management of coral reefs in the Anthropocene
    [2019-08]
  5. Global baselines and benchmarks for fish biomass: Comparing remote reefs and fisheries closures
    [2019]
  6. Last chance for Madagascar’s biodiversity
    [2019]
  7. Madagascar: Crime threatens biodiversity
    [2019]
  8. Moving climate change beyond the tragedy of the commons
    [2019]
  9. Securing a just space for small-scale fisheries in the blue economy
    [2019]
  10. What matters to whom and why? Understanding the importance of coastal ecosystem services in developing coastal communities
    [2019]
  11. Addressing poaching in marine protected areas through voluntary surveillance and enforcement
    [2018]
  12. Building adaptive capacity to climate change in tropical coastal communities
    [2018]
  13. Community-wide scan identifies fish species associated with coral reef services across the Indo-Pacific
    [2018]
  14. Disaggregating ecosystem service values and priorities by wealth, age, and education
    [2018]
  15. Gravity of human impacts mediates coral reef conservation gains
    [2018]
  16. How behavioral science can help conservation
    [2018]
  17. Marine resource management and conservation in the Anthropocene
    [2018]
  18. Measuring what matters in the Great Barrier Reef
    [2018]
  19. Publishing social science research in Conservation Biology to move beyond biology
    [2018]
  20. Risk-sensitive planning for conserving coral reefs under rapid climate change
    [2018]
  21. A social–ecological approach to assessing and managing poaching by recreational fishers
    [2017]
  22. Coral reefs in the Anthropocene
    [2017]
  23. Fishers' perceptions on the Chilean coastal TURF system after two decades: Problems, benefits, and emerging needs
    [2017]
  24. Human Disruption of Coral Reef Trophic Structure
    [2017]
  25. Strengthening post-hoc analysis of community-based fisheries management through the social-ecological systems framework
    [2017]
  26. Integrating social–ecological vulnerability assessments with climate forecasts to improve local climate adaptation planning for coral reef fisheries in Papua New Guinea
    [2016-03]
  27. Integrating social–ecological vulnerability assessments with climate forecasts to improve local climate adaptation planning for coral reef fisheries in Papua New Guinea
    [2016]
  28. A framework for understanding climate change impacts on coral reef social–ecological systems
    [2016]
  29. Bright spots among the world's coral reefs
    [2016]
  30. Coral reefs and people in a high-CO<inf>2</inf> world: Where can science make a difference to people?
    [2016]
  31. How accessible are coral reefs to people? A global assessment based on travel time
    [2016]
  32. Optimizing enforcement and compliance in offshore marine protected areas: A case study from Cocos Island, Costa Rica
    [2016]
  33. Participation in devolved commons management: Multiscale socioeconomic factors related to individuals' participation in community-based management of marine protected areas in Indonesia
    [2016]
  34. Restricted grouper reproductive migrations support community-based management
    [2016]
  35. Simulating the outcomes of resource user- and rule-based regulations in a coral reef fisheries-ecosystem model
    [2016]
  36. A sea change on the African coast? Preliminary social and ecological outcomes of a governance transformation in Kenyan fisheries
    [2015]
  37. Back to the Past? Integrating Customary Practices and Institutions into Co-Management of Small-Scale Fisheries
    [2015]
  38. Biomass-based targets and the management of multispecies coral reef fisheries
    [2015]
  39. Changes in adaptive capacity of Kenyan fishing communities
    [2015]
  40. Fish and fisher behaviour influence the vulnerability of groupers (Epinephelidae) to fishing at a multispecies spawning aggregation site
    [2015]
  41. Integrated conservation and development: Evaluating a community-based marine protected area project for equality of socioeconomic impacts
    [2015]
  42. Levels and drivers of fishers’ compliance with marine protected areas
    [2015]
  43. Linkages between social systems coral reefs
    [2015]
  44. Linking ecosystem services and human-values theory
    [2015]
  45. Local fishing influences coral reef fish behavior inside protected areas of the Indo-Pacific
    [2015]
  46. Managing fisheries for human and food security
    [2015]
  47. Managing small-scale commercial fisheries for adaptive capacity: Insights from dynamic social-ecological drivers of change in monterey bay
    [2015]
  48. Marine tourism in the face of global change: The resilience of enterprises to crises in Thailand and Australia
    [2015]
  49. Measuring and monitoring compliance in no-take marine reserves
    [2015]
  50. Projections of the impacts of gear-modification on the recovery of fish catches and ecosystem function in an impoverished fishery
    [2015]
  51. Recovery potential of the world's coral reef fishes
    [2015]
  52. Vulnerability and adaptation of US shellfisheries to ocean acidification
    [2015]
  53. Social, institutional, and knowledge mechanisms mediate diverse ecosystem service benefits from coral reefs
    [2014-12]
  54. A comparison of social outcomes associated with different fisheries co-management institutions
    [2014]
  55. A practical approach for putting people in ecosystem-based ocean planning
    [2014]
  56. Changes in a coral reef fishery along a gradient of fishing pressure in an Indonesian marine protected area
    [2014]
  57. Coral reef livelihoods
    [2014]
  58. Coral reefs as novel ecosystems: EMBRACING new futures
    [2014]
  59. Fishery benefits and stakeholder priorities associated with a coral reef fishery and their implications for management
    [2014]
  60. Fishery benefits from behavioural modification of fishes in periodically harvested fisheries closures
    [2014]
  61. Human-mediated loss of phylogenetic and functional diversity in coral reef fishes
    [2014]
  62. Perceived benefits of fisheries management restrictions in madagascar
    [2014]
  63. Poverty and protected areas: An evaluation of a marine integrated conservation and development project in Indonesia
    [2014]
  64. The influence of fisher knowledge on the susceptibility of reef fish aggregations to fishing
    [2014]
  65. Winners and Losers in Marine Conservation: Fishers' Displacement and Livelihood Benefits from Marine Reserves
    [2014]
  66. Critical research needs for managing coral reef marine protected areas: Perspectives of academics and managers
    [2013]
  67. Effects of Human Population Density and Proximity to Markets on Coral Reef Fishes Vulnerable to Extinction by Fishing
    [2013]
  68. Emerging frontiers in social-ecological systems research for sustainability of small-scale fisheries
    [2013]
  69. Evaluating social and ecological vulnerability of coral reef fisheries to climate change.
    [2013]
  70. Fishing dynamics associated with periodically harvested marine closures
    [2013]
  71. Global Effects of Local Human Population Density and Distance to Markets on the Condition of Coral Reef Fisheries
    [2013]
  72. Hierarchical livelihood outcomes among co-managed fisheries
    [2013]
  73. Identifying management preferences, institutional organisational rules, and their capacity to improve fisheries management in Pemba, Mozambique
    [2013]
  74. Introduction
    [2013]
  75. Looking beyond the fisheries crisis: Cumulative learning from small-scale fisheries through diagnostic approaches
    [2013]
  76. Managing marine resources for food and human security
    [2013]
  77. Managing resilience to reverse phase shifts in coral reefs
    [2013]
  78. Spillover of fish naïveté from marine reserves
    [2013]
  79. Synergies and tradeoffs in how managers, scientists, and fishers value coral reef ecosystem services
    [2013]
  80. Trends, current understanding and future research priorities for artisanal coral reef fisheries research
    [2013]
  81. Market access, population density, and socioeconomic development explain diversity and functional group biomass of coral reef fish assemblages
    [2012-05]
  82. Market access, population density, and socioeconomic development explain diversity and functional group biomass of coral reef fish assemblages
    [2012]
  83. A framework to assess national level vulnerability from the perspective of food security: The case of coral reef fisheries
    [2012]
  84. Adapting to A Changing Environment: Confronting the Consequences of Climate Change
    [2012]
  85. Avoiding conflicts and protecting coral reefs: Customary management benefits marine habitats and fish biomass
    [2012]
  86. Co-management of coral reef fisheries: A critical evaluation of the literature
    [2012]
  87. Comanagement of coral reef social-ecological systems
    [2012]
  88. Governing large-scale marine commons: Contextual challenges in the Coral Triangle
    [2012]
  89. Heterogeneity in fishers' and managers' preferences towards management restrictions and benefits in Kenya
    [2012]
  90. Institutional designs of customary fisheries management arrangements in Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, and Mexico
    [2012]
  91. Integrating Climate and Ocean Change Vulnerability into Conservation Planning
    [2012]
  92. People and the sea: A festschrift dedicated to the career of Richard Pollnac
    [2012]
  93. Recasting shortfalls of marine protected areas as opportunities through adaptive management
    [2012]
  94. The perceived impact of customary marine resource management on household and community welfare in Northern Sumatra, Indonesia
    [2012]
  95. To Fish or not to Fish: Factors at multiple scales affecting artisanal fishers' readiness to exit a declining fishery
    [2012]
  96. Transitions toward co-management: The process of marine resource management devolution in three east African countries
    [2012]
  97. Vulnerability of coastal communities to key impacts of climate change on coral reef fisheries
    [2012]
  98. Weak Compliance Undermines the Success of No-Take Zones in a Large Government-Controlled Marine Protected Area
    [2012]
  99. Wicked social-ecological problems forcing unprecedented change on the latitudinal margins of coral reefs: The Case of southwest Madagascar
    [2012]
  100. Climate change and the vulnerability of Pacific fisheries
    [2011]
  101. Conditions for successful co-management: Lessons learned in Asia, Africa, the Pacific and the wider caribbean
    [2011]
  102. Creation of a Gilded Trap by the High Economic Value of the Maine Lobster Fishery
    [2011]
  103. Critical thresholds and tangible targets for ecosystem-based management of coral reef fisheries
    [2011]
  104. Design factors and socioeconomic variables associated with ecological responses to fishery closures in the Western Indian Ocean
    [2011]
  105. Designing, implementing and managing marine protected areas: Emerging trends and opportunities for coral reef nations
    [2011]
  106. Effects of Customary Marine Closures on Fish Behavior, Spear-Fishing Success, and Underwater Visual Surveys,Efecto de Encierros Marinos Convencionales sobre el Comportamiento de Peces, el Éxito de la Pesca con Arpón y los Muestreos Visuales Submarinos
    [2011]
  107. Fear of fishers: Human predation explains behavioral changes in coral reef fishes
    [2011]
  108. From microbes to people: Tractable benefits of no-take areas for coral reefs
    [2011]
  109. From microbes to people: Tractable benefits of no-take areas for coral reefs
    [2011]
  110. Global human footprint on the linkage between biodiversity and ecosystem functioning in reef fishes
    [2011]
  111. Responding to change: Using scenarios to understand how socioeconomic factors may influence amplifying or dampening exploitation feedbacks among Tanzanian fishers
    [2011]
  112. Social-ecological traps in reef fisheries
    [2011]
  113. The human dimensions of coastal and marine ecosystems in the Western Indian Ocean
    [2011]
  114. Crucial knowledge gaps in current understanding of climate change impacts on coral reef fishes
    [2010]
  115. Differences in livelihoods, socioeconomic characteristics, and knowledge about the sea between fishers and non-fishers living near and far from marine parks on the Kenyan coast
    [2010]
  116. Livelihood diversification in tropical coastal communities: A network-based approach to analyzing 'livelihood landscapes'
    [2010]
  117. Marine reserves as linked social-ecological systems
    [2010]
  118. Shelter from the storm? Use and misuse of coastal vegetation bioshields for managing natural disasters
    [2010]
  119. Transitional states in marine fisheries: Adapting to predicted global change
    [2010]
  120. Using expert opinion to prioritize impacts of climate change on sea turtles' nesting grounds
    [2010]
  121. Comparison of outcomes of permanently closed and periodically harvested coral reef reserves
    [2009]
  122. Exploring social resilience in Madagascar's marine protected areas
    [2009]
  123. Gear-based fisheries management as a potential adaptive response to climate change and coral mortality
    [2009]
  124. Human dimensions of conserving Kenya’s coral reefs
    [2009]
  125. Identifying reefs of hope and hopeful actions: Contextualizing environmental, ecological, and social parameters to respond effectively to climate change
    [2009]
  126. Impacts of artisanal fishing on key functional groups and the potential vulnerability of coral reefs
    [2009]
  127. Linking Social and Ecological Systems to Sustain Coral Reef Fisheries
    [2009]
  128. Migration and coastal resource use in Papua New Guinea
    [2009]
  129. Poverty and the use of destructive fishing gear near east African marine protected areas
    [2009]
  130. Socioeconomic factors that affect artisanal fishers' readiness to exit a declining fishery
    [2009]
  131. Thresholds and multiple scale interaction of environment, resource use, and market proximity on reef fishery resources in the Solomon Islands
    [2009]
  132. Toward institutions for community-based management of inshore marine resources in the Western Indian Ocean
    [2009]
  133. Trade-offs in values assigned to ecological goods and services associated with different coral reef management strategies
    [2009]
  134. Conservation action in a changing climate
    [2008-05]
  135. A framework for adaptive gear and ecosystem-based management in the artisanal coral reef fishery of Papua New Guinea
    [2008]
  136. Effects of climate-induced coral bleaching on coral-reef fishes ecological and economic consequences
    [2008]
  137. Effects of climate-induced coral bleaching on coral-reef fishes ecological and economic consequences
    [2008]
  138. Management preferences, perceived benefits and conflicts among resource users and managers in the Mafia Island Marine Park, Tanzania
    [2008]
  139. Designing marine reserves to reflect local socioeconomic conditions: Lessons from long-enduring customary management systems
    [2007]
  140. Integrating customary management into marine conservation
    [2007]
  141. Socioeconomic thresholds that affect use of customary fisheries management tools
    [2007]
  142. A Comparison of Marine Protected Areas and Alternative Approaches to Coral-Reef Management
    [2006]
  143. Periodic closures as adaptive coral reef management in the Indo-Pacific
    [2006]
  144. Socioeconomic factors that lead to overfishing in small-scale coral reef fisheries of Papua New Guinea
    [2006]
  145. Conservation and community benefits from traditional coral reef management at Ahus Island, Papua New Guinea
    [2005]
  146. Socioeconomic factors influencing customary marine tenure in the Indo-Pacific
    [2005]
  147. Trade, tenure, and tradition: Influence of sociocultural factors on resource use in melanesia
    [2005]
  148. Poverty, perceptions and planning: Why socioeconomics matter in the management of Mexican reefs
    [2004]
  149. How socioeconomic monitoring can assist marine reserve management: Kimbe Bay, Papua New Guinea
    [2003]

Resources by Joshua Cinner (19)

  1. Socioeconomic factors influencing customary marine tenure in the Indo-Pacific
    Cinner, Joshua
    [ Article : 2005 ]
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  2. Conservation focus: human dimensions of coral reefs
    Cinner, Joshua
    [ Article : 2013 ]
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  3. Coral reef livelihoods
    Cinner, Joshua
    [ Article : 2014 ]
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  4. A comparison of social outcomes associated with different fisheries co-management institutions
    Cinner, Joshua; Huchery, Cindy
    [ Article : 2014 ]
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  5. People and the sea: a festschrift dedicated to the career of Richard Pollnac
    Cinner, Joshua; Pomeroy, Robert S
    [ Article : 2012 ]
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  6. Exploring social resilience in Madagascar’s marine protected areas
    Cinner, Joshua; Fuentes, Mariana M.P.B; Randriamahazo, Herilala
    [ Article : 2009 ]
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  7. Strengthening post-hoc analysis of community-based fisheries management through the social-ecological systems framework
    Blythe, Jessica; Cohen, Philippa; Eriksson, Hampus; Cinner, Joshua; Boso, Delvene; Schwarz, Anne-Maree; Andrew, Neil
    [ Article : 2017 ]
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  8. Human Dimensions of Madagascar's Marine Protected Areas
    Cinner, Joshua; Fuentes, Marianna; Obura, David; Tamelander, Jerker; Linden, Olof
    [ Article : 2008 ]
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  9. Conditions for successful co-management: lessons learned in Asia, Africa, the Pacific and the Wider Caribbean
    Pomeroy, Robert; Cinner, Joshua; Raakjaer Nielsen, Jesper; Pomeroy, R S; Andrew, N L
    [ Article : 2011 ]
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    Conditions for successful co-management: lessons learned in Asia, Africa, the Pacific and the Wider Caribbean
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  10. How accessible are coral reefs to people? A global assessment based on travel time
    Maire, Eva; Cinner, Joshua; Velez, Laure; Huchery, Cindy; Mora, Camilo; Dagata, Stephanie; Vigliola, Laurent; Wantiez, Laurent; Kulbicki, Michel; Moui ...
    [ Article : 2016 ]
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  1. MUSIC AND MUSICIANS.
    The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 - 1842) Tuesday 23 August 1836 p 2 Article
    ... -gorous aiibsoriniion in pursuance of those oonce>Cinns, (he o'chesna WHS thrown open, ami the whole, ragtag and bo ... 2579 words
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    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Saturday 23 February 1918 p 4 Article
    ... PTE. 1W. GINN. Mrs. V. Ginn, of Joshua-street, has rocoived from her son a copy of the 'Xmas Day ... substantial, and the progralmoe well got up. Owing to previous wounds, Pie. \\. Cinn is now on the postal ... 97 words
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  3. London's Heart. [The right of publication has been purchased by the proprietors of the Sydney Mail.] CHAPTER LI. MR. SHELDRAKE MAKES A BOLD MOVE.
    The Sydney Mail and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1871 - 1912) Saturday 3 May 1873 p 570 Article
    ... -rold ci,nn ? ,'er °wn destiny — that is what she ? ,fJI'akeliim-it0A , Ah» tow happy she would try I 'Mid ... 6008 words
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  1. The role of taboos in conserving coastal resources in Madagascar
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  2. Livelihood diversification in tropical coastal communities: a network-based approach to analyzing 'livelihood landscapes'
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  4. A sea change on the African coast? Preliminary social and ecological outcomes of a governance transformation in Kenyan fisheries
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  1. Adapting to a changing environment : confronting the consequences of climate change / Tim R. McClanahan and Joshua E. Cinner
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  2. The role of socioeconomic factors in customary coral reef management in Papua New Guinea
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  3. Small-scale fisheries management : frameworks and approaches for the developing world / edited by Robert S. Pomeroy and Neil L. Andrew
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    [ Book : 2011 ]
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  4. Food security and sociopolitical stability / edited by Christopher B. Barrett
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  1. COMMONWEALTH PUBLIC SERVICE. PROMOTIONS-SECTION 50 AND REGULATION 109.
    Commonwealth of Australia Gazette (National : 1901 - 1973) Thursday 25 June 1953 [Issue No.39] p 1781

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    ... , &c. Hiseock, Reginald Joshua Clerk (£812-£908), Third Divi sion, Personnel Branch, Division of ... Divi cinn^. T?ni«!wiplr Vnonnt. nn«Sfinn 896 896 25.6.53 25.6.53 Duties.—The duties of the above two ... 8781 words
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