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Paul A Marshall
Paul A Marshall
Head of NEOM Nature Reserve; Adj Professor, James Cook University
Verified email at uq.edu.au
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Climate change, human impacts, and the resilience of coral reefs
TP Hughes, AH Baird, DR Bellwood, M Card, SR Connolly, C Folke, ...
science 301 (5635), 929-933, 2003
48622003
Bleaching of corals on the Great Barrier Reef: differential susceptibilities among taxa
PA Marshall, AH Baird
Coral reefs 19, 155-163, 2000
11902000
Mortality, growth and reproduction in scleractinian corals following bleaching on the Great Barrier Reef
AH Baird, PA Marshall
Marine Ecology Progress Series 237, 133-141, 2002
7132002
Ocean acidification and warming will lower coral reef resilience
KRN Anthony, JA Maynard, G Díaz‐Pulido, PJ Mumby, PA Marshall, ...
Global Change Biology 17 (5), 1798-1808, 2011
4332011
Conceptualizing and operationalizing social resilience within commercial fisheries in northern Australia
NA Marshall, PA Marshall
Ecology and society 12 (1), 2007
4192007
A reef manager's guide to coral bleaching
PA Marshall, HZ Schuttenberg, JM West
3292006
A framework for social adaptation to climate change: sustaining tropical coastal communitites [sic] and industries
NA Marshall, NA Marshall, PA Marshall, J Tamelander, D Obura, ...
iucn, 2010
327*2010
Comparing bleaching and mortality responses of hard corals between southern Kenya and the Great Barrier Reef, Australia
TR McClanahan, AH Baird, PA Marshall, MA Toscano
Marine Pollution Bulletin 48 (3-4), 327-335, 2004
3192004
Operationalizing resilience for adaptive coral reef management under global environmental change
KRN Anthony, PA Marshall, A Abdulla, R Beeden, C Bergh, R Black, ...
Global change biology 21 (1), 48-61, 2015
3002015
How resource dependency can influence social resilience within a primary resource industry
NA Marshall, DM Fenton, PA Marshall, SG Sutton
Rural Sociology 72 (3), 359-390, 2007
2832007
Major bleaching events can lead to increased thermal tolerance in corals
JA Maynard, KRN Anthony, PA Marshall, I Masiri
Marine Biology 155, 173-182, 2008
2732008
The future of resilience-based management in coral reef ecosystems
E Mcleod, KRN Anthony, PJ Mumby, J Maynard, R Beeden, NAJ Graham, ...
Journal of environmental management 233, 291-301, 2019
2272019
Social vulnerability of marine resource users to extreme weather events
NA Marshall, RC Tobin, PA Marshall, M Gooch, AJ Hobday
Ecosystems 16, 797-809, 2013
1922013
Climate change and the great barrier reef: A Vulnerability Assessment
J Johnson, P Marshall
Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority, 2007
188*2007
Differing effects of thermal stress on coral fertilization and early embryogenesis in four Indo Pacific species
AP Negri, PA Marshall, AJ Heyward
Coral Reefs 26, 759-763, 2007
1442007
Natural turbidity variability and weather forecasts in risk management of anthropogenic sediment discharge near sensitive environments
AR Orpin, PV Ridd, S Thomas, KRN Anthony, P Marshall, J Oliver
Marine Pollution Bulletin 49 (7-8), 602-612, 2004
1402004
Impacts of climate change on World Heritage coral reefs: a first global scientific assessment
SF Heron, CM Eakin, F Douvere, KL Anderson, JC Day, E Geiger, ...
1362017
Social vulnerability to climate change in primary producers: A typology approach
NA Marshall, CJ Stokes, NP Webb, PA Marshall, AJ Lankester
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 186, 86-93, 2014
1322014
Precursors for resilience in coral communities in a warming climate: a belief network approach
S Wooldridge, T Done, R Berkelmans, R Jones, P Marshall
Marine Ecology Progress Series 295, 157-169, 2005
1272005
Species identity and depth predict bleaching severity in reef-building corals: shall the deep inherit the reef?
PR Muir, PA Marshall, A Abdulla, JD Aguirre
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1864), 20171551, 2017
1112017
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