|Adaptive management of the Great Barrier Reef: A globally significant demonstration of the benefits of networks of marine reserves|
LJ McCook, T Ayling, M Cappo, JH Choat, RD Evans, DM De Freitas, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (43), 18278-18285, 2010
|Larval export from marine reserves and the recruitment benefit for fish and fisheries|
HB Harrison, DH Williamson, RD Evans, GR Almany, SR Thorrold, ...
Current Biology 22 (11), 1023-1028, 2012
|Connectivity, biodiversity conservation and the design of marine reserve networks for coral reefs|
GR Almany, SR Connolly, DD Heath, JD Hogan, GP Jones, LJ McCook, ...
Coral Reefs 28 (2), 339-351, 2009
|Doom and boom on a resilient reef: climate change, algal overgrowth and coral recovery|
G Diaz-Pulido, LJ McCook, S Dove, R Berkelmans, G Roff, DI Kline, ...
PloS one 4 (4), e5239, 2009
|Rapid increase in fish numbers follows creation of world's largest marine reserve network|
GR Russ, AJ Cheal, AM Dolman, MJ Emslie, RD Evans, I Miller, ...
Current Biology 18 (12), R514-R515, 2008
|No-take marine reserves increase abundance and biomass of reef fish on inshore fringing reefs of the Great Barrier Reef|
DH Williamson, GR Russ, AM Ayling
Environmental conservation 31 (2), 149-159, 2004
|Expectations and Outcomes of Reserve Network Performance following Re-zoning of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park|
MJ Emslie, M Logan, DH Williamson, AM Ayling, MA MacNeil, ...
Current Biology 25 (8), 983-992, 2015
|From microbes to people: tractable benefits of no-take areas for coral reefs|
NAJ Graham, TD Ainsworth, AH Baird, NC Ban, LK Bay, JE Cinner, ...
Oceanography and Marine Biology-an Annual Review 49, 105, 2011
|Habitat dynamics, marine reserve status, and the decline and recovery of coral reef fish communities|
DH Williamson, DM Ceccarelli, RD Evans, GP Jones, GR Russ
Ecology and evolution 4 (4), 337-354, 2014
|Effects of reduced water quality on coral reefs in and out of no‐take marine reserves|
AS Wenger, DH Williamson, ET da Silva, DM Ceccarelli, NK Browne, ...
Conservation Biology 30 (1), 142-153, 2016
|Larval fish dispersal in a coral-reef seascape|
GR Almany, S Planes, SR Thorrold, ML Berumen, M Bode, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 1 (6), 1-7, 2017
|Surveillance and poaching on inshore reefs of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park|
KLF Davis, GR Russ, DH Williamson, RD Evans
Coastal Management 32 (4), 373-387, 2004
|Protected areas mitigate diseases of reef-building corals by reducing damage from fishing|
JB Lamb, DH Williamson, GR Russ, BL Willis
|Critical research needs for managing coral reef marine protected areas: Perspectives of academics and managers|
C Cvitanovic, SK Wilson, CJ Fulton, GR Almany, P Anderson, ...
Journal of environmental management 114, 84-91, 2013
|Chinese market prices of beche-de-mer: Implications for fisheries and aquaculture|
SW Purcell, DH Williamson, P Ngaluafe
Marine Policy 91, 58-65, 2018
|A framework for understanding climate change impacts on coral reef social–ecological systems|
JE Cinner, MS Pratchett, NAJ Graham, V Messmer, MMPB Fuentes, ...
Regional Environmental Change 16 (4), 1133-1146, 2016
|A social–ecological approach to assessing and managing poaching by recreational fishers|
BJ Bergseth, DH Williamson, GR Russ, SG Sutton, JE Cinner
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 15 (2), 67-73, 2017
|Large‐scale, multidirectional larval connectivity among coral reef fish populations in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park|
DH Williamson, HB Harrison, GR Almany, ML Berumen, M Bode, ...
Molecular Ecology 25 (24), 6039-6054, 2016
|Coral reef mesopredators switch prey, shortening food chains, in response to habitat degradation|
TN Hempson, NAJ Graham, MA MacNeil, DH Williamson, GP Jones, ...
Ecology and Evolution 7 (8), 2626-2635, 2017
|Reserves as tools for alleviating impacts of marine disease|
JB Lamb, AS Wenger, MJ Devlin, DM Ceccarelli, DH Williamson, BL Willis
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 371 …, 2016