|A social–ecological approach to conservation planning: embedding social considerations|
NC Ban, M Mills, J Tam, CC Hicks, S Klain, N Stoeckl, MC Bottrill, J Levine, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 11 (4), 194-202, 2013
|Malthusian overfishing and efforts to overcome it on Kenyan coral reefs|
TR McClanahan, CC Hicks, ES Darling
Ecological Applications 18 (6), 1516-1529, 2008
|Bright spots among the world’s coral reefs|
JE Cinner, C Huchery, MA MacNeil, NAJ Graham, TR McClanahan, ...
Nature 535 (7612), 416, 2016
|Responding to change: using scenarios to understand how socioeconomic factors may influence amplifying or dampening exploitation feedbacks among Tanzanian fishers|
JE Cinner, C Folke, T Daw, CC Hicks
Global Environmental Change 21 (1), 7-12, 2011
|Evaluating social and ecological vulnerability of coral reef fisheries to climate change|
JE Cinner, C Huchery, ES Darling, AT Humphries, NAJ Graham, CC Hicks, ...
PloS one 8 (9), e74321, 2013
|Engage key social concepts for sustainability|
CC Hicks, A Levine, A Agrawal, X Basurto, SJ Breslow, C Carothers, ...
Science 352 (6281), 38-40, 2016
|Trade-offs in values assigned to ecological goods and services associated with different coral reef management strategies|
C Hicks, T McClanahan, J Cinner, J Hills
Ecology and Society 14 (1), 2009
|Sense of place as a determinant of people's attitudes towards the environment: Implications for natural resources management and planning in the Great Barrier Reef, Australia|
S Larson, DM De Freitas, CC Hicks
Journal of environmental management 117, 226-234, 2013
|Assessing gear modifications needed to optimize yields in a heavily exploited, multi-species, seagrass and coral reef fishery|
CC Hicks, TR McClanahan
PLoS One 7 (5), e36022, 2012
|The economic value of ecosystem services in the Great Barrier Reef: our state of knowledge|
N Stoeckl, CC Hicks, M Mills, K Fabricius, M Esparon, F Kroon, K Kaur, ...
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1219 (1), 113-133, 2011
|Synergies and tradeoffs in how managers, scientists, and fishers value coral reef ecosystem services|
CC Hicks, NAJ Graham, JE Cinner
Global environmental change 23 (6), 1444-1453, 2013
|Social, institutional, and knowledge mechanisms mediate diverse ecosystem service benefits from coral reefs|
CC Hicks, JE Cinner
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (50), 17791-17796, 2014
|Elasticity in ecosystem services: exploring the variable relationship between ecosystems and human well-being|
T Daw, C Hicks, K Brown, T Chaigneau, F Januchowski-Hartley, ...
Ecology and Society 21 (2), 11, 2016
|Conceptualizing and operationalizing human wellbeing for ecosystem assessment and management|
SJ Breslow, B Sojka, R Barnea, X Basurto, C Carothers, S Charnley, ...
Environmental Science & Policy 66, 250-259, 2016
|Interdisciplinarity in the environmental sciences: barriers and frontiers|
CC Hicks, C Fitzsimmons, NVC Polunin
Environmental Conservation 37 (4), 464-477, 2010
|Linking ecosystem services and human‐values theory|
CC Hicks, JE Cinner, N Stoeckl, TR McClanahan
Conservation Biology 29 (5), 1471-1480, 2015
|Building adaptive capacity to climate change in tropical coastal communities|
JE Cinner, WN Adger, EH Allison, ML Barnes, K Brown, PJ Cohen, ...
Nature Climate Change 8 (2), 117, 2018
|Changes in adaptive capacity of Kenyan fishing communities|
JE Cinner, C Huchery, CC Hicks, TM Daw, N Marshall, A Wamukota, ...
Nature Climate Change 5 (9), 872, 2015
|Future scenarios as a research tool: Investigating climate change impacts, adaptation options and outcomes for the Great Barrier Reef, Australia|
LS Evans, CC Hicks, P Fidelman, RC Tobin, AL Perry
Human Ecology 41 (6), 841-857, 2013
|Changes in life history and ecological characteristics of coral reef fish catch composition with increasing fishery management|
TR McClanahan, CC Hicks
Fisheries Management and Ecology 18 (1), 50-60, 2011