|Why do fishers fish where they fish? Using the ideal free distribution to understand the behaviour of artisanal reef fishers|
KE Abernethy, EH Allison, PP Molloy, IM Côté
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 64 (11), 1595-1604, 2007
|Fuelling the decline in UK fishing communities?|
KE Abernethy, P Trebilcock, B Kebede, EH Allison, NK Dulvy
ICES Journal of Marine Science 67 (5), 1076-1085, 2010
|Climate change impacts and adaptive strategies: lessons from the grapevine|
JR Mosedale, KE Abernethy, RE Smart, RJ Wilson, IMD Maclean
Global change biology 22 (11), 3814-3828, 2016
|Two steps forward, two steps back: the role of innovation in transforming towards community-based marine resource management in Solomon Islands|
KE Abernethy, Ö Bodin, P Olsson, Z Hilly, A Schwarz
Global Environmental Change 28, 309-321, 2014
|Can perceptions of environmental and climate change in island communities assist in adaptation planning locally?|
S Aswani, I Vaccaro, K Abernethy, S Albert, JFL de Pablo
Environmental management 56 (6), 1487-1501, 2015
|The effect of feeding history on prey capture behaviour in the orbweb spider Argiope keyserlingi Karsch (Araneae: Araneidae)|
ME Herberstein, KE Abernethy, K Backhouse, H Bradford, ...
Ethology 104 (7), 565-571, 1998
|The spatial behaviour of artisanal fishers: Implications for fisheries management and development (Fishers in Space) Final Report December 2011|
Western Indian Ocean Marine Science Association, 2011
|Health in fishing communities: A global perspective|
AJ Woodhead, KE Abernethy, L Szaboova, RA Turner
Fish and Fisheries 19 (5), 839-852, 2018
|Addressing uncertainty in marine resource management; combining community engagement and tracking technology to characterize human behavior|
K Metcalfe, T Collins, KE Abernethy, R Boumba, JC Dengui, R Miyalou, ...
Conservation Letters 10 (4), 460-469, 2017
|Assessing public awareness of marine environmental threats and conservation efforts|
ES Easman, KE Abernethy, BJ Godley
Marine Policy 87, 234-240, 2018
|Exploring ‘islandness’ and the impacts of nature conservation through the lens of wellbeing|
S Coulthard, L Evans, R Turner, D Mills, S Foale, K Abernethy, C Hicks, ...
Environmental Conservation 44 (3), 298-309, 2017
|Variation in perception of environmental change in nine Solomon Islands communities: implications for securing fairness in community-based adaptation|
JE Ensor, KE Abernethy, ET Hoddy, S Aswani, S Albert, I Vaccaro, ...
Regional Environmental Change 18 (4), 1131-1143, 2018
|Building social and ecological resilience to climate change in Roviana, Solomon Islands|
S Albert, A Grinham, J Bythell, A Olds, AM Schwarz, K Abernethy, ...
The University of Queensland, 2012
|Community perceptions of the crop-feeding Buton macaque (Macaca ochreata brunnescens): An ethnoprimatological study on Buton Island, Sulawesi|
JL Hardwick, NEC Priston, TE Martin, DG Tosh, AH Mustari, KE Abernethy
International Journal of Primatology 38 (6), 1102-1119, 2017
|Cost-effective methods for accurate determination of sea level rise vulnerability: A Solomon Islands example|
S Albert, K Abernethy, B Gibbes, A Grinham, N Tooler, S Aswani
Weather, Climate, and Society 5 (4), 285-292, 2013
|Responding to climate change using an adaptation pathways and decision-making approach|
SE Park, K Abernethy, SJ Attwood, D Beare, P Cohen, H Govan, J King, ...
Penang: WorldFish, 2012
|Navigating the transformation to community-based resource management|
J Blythe, P Cohen, K Abernethy, L Evans
Governing the Coastal Commons, 141-156, 2017
|Sustainable fishing families: Developing industry human capital through health, wellbeing, safety and resilience|
TJ King, K Abernethy, S Brumby, T Hatherell, S Kilpatrick, K Munksgaard, ...
|Fishing for what?: Understanding fisher decision-making in southwest England|
University of East Anglia, 2010
|Determinants of socially-supported wild-catch fisheries and aquaculture in Australia|
KA Alexander, KE Abernethy
Fisheries Research and Development Corporation, 2019