UNDERWATER SYDNEY BOOK

By Inke Falkner and John Turnbull, CSIRO 2019

Celebrates Sydney’s harbour and coast through eclectic stories and underwater photography.
Admired all over the world and loved by locals for its natural beauty, Sydney Harbour is enjoyed by thousands of people every day. But rarely do we look below the surface where, beneath all the hustle and bustle, lively communities go about their business. With underwater forests and gardens, hundreds of species of fish and thousands of invertebrates, Sydney is as colourful and diverse below the water as it is above!

 

POPULAR PRESS

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SEEKING WEEDIES

Wildlife Australia Magazine, 2016

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OPERATION CRAYWEED

Wildlife Australia Magazine, 2017

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NUDIBRANCH CREATURE FEATURE

Nature NSW, 2016

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ROCK PLATFORMS

Nature NSW 2016

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REWILDING THE OCEAN

URG Bulletin 2016

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MARINE POLLUTION

URG Bulletin 2016

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ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS

Co-author

CONSERVATION BIOLOGY

Sweeney, O. F., Turnbull, J., Jones, M., Letnic, M., Newsome, T. M., & Sharp, A. (2019).

An Australian perspective on rewilding. 

Conservation Biology, 33(4), 812-820.

Co-lead author

BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION

Turnbull, J. W., Esmaeili, Y. S., Clark, G. F., Figueira, W. F., Johnston, E. L., & Ferrari, R. (2018).

Key drivers of effectiveness in small marine protected areas. 

Biodiversity and Conservation, 27(9), 2217-2242.

Co-author

EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY

Fetterplace, L. C., Turnbull, J. W., Knott, N. A., & Hardy, N. A. (2018).

The devil in the deep: expanding the known habitat of a rare and protected fish. 

European Journal of Ecology, 4(1), 22-29.

 

CONFERENCE PAPERS & PRESENTATIONS

INTERNATIONAL TEMPERATE REEF SYMPOSIUM

Hong Kong 2019

Effective local protection from fishing disturbance depends on ecological and human factors.

INTERNATIONAL TEMPERATE REEF SYMPOSIUM

Hong Kong 2019

Quantifying environmental stewardship reveals the interdependence between people, policy and temperate reef ecology

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF CONSERVATION BIOLOGY

Malaysia 2019

People, Policy, Place
A new environmental stewardship indicator and framework

ESTUARIES AND COASTAL SEAS IN THE ANTHROPOCENE

Perth 2018

Stewardship services and the virtuous circle

ESTUARIES AND COASTAL SEAS IN THE ANTHROPOCENE

Perth 2018

Small marine protected areas:
Key drivers of effectiveness

AUSTRALIAN MARINE SCIENCE ASSOCIATION

Perth 2019

Symposium: Ocean stewardship - Active earth-keeping for our blue planet
Presentation: People, policy, place: A new environmental stewardship framework and indicator

 

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