Ruth H. Thurstan
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The effects of 118 years of industrial fishing on UK bottom trawl fisheries
RH Thurstan, S Brockington, CM Roberts
Nature communications 1 (1), 1-6, 2010
2012010
Ecological meltdown in the Firth of Clyde, Scotland: two centuries of change in a coastal marine ecosystem
RH Thurstan, CM Roberts
PloS one 5 (7), 2010
922010
ICES meets marine historical ecology: placing the history of fish and fisheries in current policy context
GH Engelhard, RH Thurstan, BR MacKenzie, HK Alleway, RCA Bannister, ...
ICES Journal of Marine Science 73 (5), 1386-1403, 2016
582016
Filling historical data gaps to foster solutions in marine conservation
RH Thurstan, L McClenachan, LB Crowder, JA Drew, JN Kittinger, ...
Ocean & Coastal Management 115, 31-40, 2015
562015
The unintended consequences of simplifying the sea: making the case for complexity
LM Howarth, CM Roberts, RH Thurstan, BD Stewart
Fish and Fisheries 15 (4), 690-711, 2014
562014
The past and future of fish consumption: Can supplies meet healthy eating recommendations?
RH Thurstan, CM Roberts
Marine pollution bulletin 89 (1-2), 5-11, 2014
552014
Oyster (Ostrea edulis) extirpation and ecosystem transformation in the Firth of Forth, Scotland
RH Thurstan, JP Hawkins, L Raby, CM Roberts
Journal for Nature Conservation 21 (5), 253-261, 2013
452013
Are marine reserves and non-consumptive activities compatible? A global analysis of marine reserve regulations
RH Thurstan, JP Hawkins, L Neves, CM Roberts
Marine Policy 36 (5), 1096-1104, 2012
382012
Debating the effectiveness of marine protected areas
LH Pendleton, GN Ahmadia, HI Browman, RH Thurstan, DM Kaplan, ...
ICES Journal of Marine Science 75 (3), 1156-1159, 2018
282018
Setting the record straight: assessing the reliability of retrospective accounts of change
RH Thurstan, SM Buckley, JC Ortiz, JM Pandolfi
Conservation Letters 9 (2), 98-105, 2016
262016
Nineteenth century narratives reveal historic catch rates for Australian snapper (Pagrus auratus)
RH Thurstan, AB Campbell, P John M
Fish and Fisheries, 2014
232014
A citizen science approach: a detailed ecological assessment of subtropical reefs at Point Lookout, Australia
C Roelfsema, R Thurstan, M Beger, C Dudgeon, J Loder, E Kovacs, ...
PLoS One 11 (10), e0163407, 2016
222016
Origins of the bottom trawling controversy in the British Isles: 19th century witness testimonies reveal evidence of early fishery declines
RH Thurstan, JP Hawkins, CM Roberts
Fish and Fisheries 15 (3), 506-522, 2014
212014
Oral histories: informing natural resource management using perceptions of the past
RH Thurstan, SM Buckley, JM Pandolfi
Perspectives on Oceans Past, 155-173, 2016
20*2016
Acknowledging Long-Term Ecological Change: The Problem of Shifting Baselines
ES Klein, RH Thurstan
Perspectives on Oceans Past, 11-29, 2016
172016
Aboriginal uses of seaweeds in temperate Australia: an archival assessment
RH Thurstan, Z Brittain, DS Jones, E Cameron, J Dearnaley, A Bellgrove
Journal of Applied Phycology 30, 1821–1832, 2018
102018
Historical spatial reconstruction of a spawning‐aggregation fishery
SM Buckley, RH Thurstan, A Tobin, JM Pandolfi
Conservation Biology 31 (6), 1322-1332, 2017
82017
Utilising innovative technology to better understand Spanish Mackerel spawning aggregations and the protection offered by marine protected areas
A Tobin, M Heupel, C Simpfendorfer, J Pandolfi, R Thurstan, S Buckley
Fisheries Research and Development Corporation, 2014
62014
Purpose vs performance: What does marine protected area success look like?
KL Yates, B Clarke, RH Thurstan
Environmental Science & Policy 92, 76-86, 2019
52019
Historical ecology of the Noosa Estuary fisheries
RH Thurstan
Report to Noosa Council, The Thomas Foundation and The Nature Conservancy, 2015
52015
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