Trevor Ward
Trevor Ward
School of Life Sciences
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Establishing representative no‐take areas in the Great Barrier Reef: large‐scale implementation of theory on marine protected areas
L Fernandes, JON Day, A Lewis, S Slegers, B Kerrigan, DAN Breen, ...
Conservation biology 19 (6), 1733-1744, 2005
6312005
Selecting marine reserves using habitats and species assemblages as surrogates for biological diversity
TJ Ward, MA Vanderklift, AO Nicholls, RA Kenchington
Ecological applications 9 (2), 691-698, 1999
3901999
Reinventing residual reserves in the sea: are we favouring ease of establishment over need for protection?
R Devillers, RL Pressey, A Grech, JN Kittinger, GJ Edgar, T Ward, ...
Aquatic conservation: marine and freshwater ecosystems 25 (4), 480-504, 2015
2522015
The role of marine reserves as fisheries management tools
TJ Ward, D Heinemann, N Evans
A review of concepts, evidence and international experience. Bureau of Rural …, 2001
1732001
Temporal variation of metals in the seagrass Posidonia australis and its potential as a sentinel accumulator near a lead smelter
TJ Ward
Marine Biology 95 (2), 315-321, 1987
1251987
Effect of reducing taxonomic resolution on ordinations to detect pollution-induced gradients in macrobenthic infaunal assemblages
MA Vanderklift, TJ Ward, CA Jacoby
Marine Ecology Progress Series 136, 137-145, 1996
1121996
The representative areas program for protecting biodiversity in the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area
J Day, L Fernandes, A Lewis, G De'Ath, S Slegers, B Barnett, B Kerrigan, ...
Proceedings of the Ninth International Coral Reef Symposium, Bali, 23-27 …, 2002
1102002
Policy proposals and operational guidance for ecosystem-based management of marine capture fisheries
T Ward, D Tarte, E Hegerl, K Short
World Wide Fund for Nature Australia, Sydney, 2002
1082002
Use of assemblages derived from different taxonomic levels to select areas for conserving marine biodiversity
MA Vanderklift, TJ Ward, JC Phillips
Biological Conservation 86 (3), 307-315, 1998
1081998
Barriers to biodiversity conservation in marine fishery certification
TJ Ward
Fish and Fisheries 9 (2), 169-177, 2008
1032008
Environmental indicators for national State of the Environment reporting: estuaries and the sea
TJ Ward, ECV Butler, BJ Hill
Canberra, ACT, Environment Australia, Dept. of the Environment, 1998
931998
Distribution of cadmium, lead and zinc amongst the marine sediments, seagrasses and fauna, and the selection of sentinel accumulators, near a lead smelter in South Australia
TJ Ward, RL Correll, RB Anderson
Marine and Freshwater Research 37 (5), 567-585, 1986
891986
An effective-field-theory analysis of low-energy parity-violation in nucleon–nucleon scattering
DR Phillips, MR Schindler, RP Springer
Nuclear Physics A 822 (1-4), 1-19, 2009
87*2009
Effects of trace metals on infaunal species composition in polluted intertidal and subtidal marine sediments near a lead smelter, Spencer Gulf, South Australia
TJ Ward, PA Hutchings
Marine Ecology Progress Series 135, 123-135, 1996
811996
Eco-labelling in fisheries: what is it all about?
B Phillips, T Ward, C Chaffee
John Wiley & Sons, 2008
762008
The accumulation and effects of metals in seagrass habitats
TJ Ward
Biology of seagrasses: A treatise on the biology of seagrasses with special …, 1989
741989
Marine introductions in the Shark Bay World Heritage property, Western Australia: a preliminary assessment
ASJ Wyatt, CL Hewitt, DI Walker, TJ Ward
Diversity and Distributions 11 (1), 33-44, 2005
682005
Seafood ecolabelling: principles and practice
T Ward, B Phillips
John Wiley & Sons, 2009
612009
The economics of ecolabelling
CA Roheim
Seafood ecolabelling: Principles and practice, 38-57, 2008
562008
A process to design a network of marine no-take areas: Lessons from the Great Barrier Reef
L Fernandes, J Day, B Kerrigan, D Breen, G De'ath, B Mapstone, R Coles, ...
Ocean & Coastal Management 52 (8), 439-447, 2009
542009
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