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  1. Foster, S.J. , Kuo,T-C., Wan, A.K.Y. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2019. Global seahorse trade defies export bans under CITES action and national legislation. Marine Policy Link »
  2. Gillepsie, K.M. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2019. Tropical invertebrate response to marine reserves varies with protection duration, habitat type, and exploitation history. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems Link »
  3. Gillepsie, K.M. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2019. Marine reserves drive both taxonomic and functional change in coral reef invertebrate communities. Biodiversity and Conservation Link »
  4. Manning, C.G., S.J. Foster and A.C.J. Vincent. 2019. A review of the diets and feeding behaviours of a family of biologically diverse marine fishes (Family Syngnathidae). Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries Link »
  5. Kleiber, D., Harris, L. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2018. Gender and marine protected areas: a case study of Danajon Bank, Philippines. Maritime Studies Link »
  6. Kuo, T-C. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2018. Assessing the changes in international trade of marine fishes under CITES regulations – A case study of seahorses. Marine Policy 88:48–57. Link »
  7. Kuo, TC., Laksanawimol, P., Aylesworth, L., Foster, S.J. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2018. Changes in the trade of bycatch species corresponding to CITES regulations: the case of dried seahorse trade in Thailand. Biodiversity and Conservation Link »
  8. Manning,C. G., S.J. Foster, D. Harasti and A.C.J. Vincent. 2018. A holistic investigation of the ecological correlates of abundance and body size for the endangered White's seahorse Hippocampus whitei. Journal of Fish Biology Link »
  9. Selgrath, J.C., Gergel, S.E., and A.C.J. Vincent. 2018. Shifting gears: Diversification, intensification, and effort increases in small-scale fisheries (1950-2010). PLoS ONE 13(3): e0190232 Link »
  10. Zhang, X. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2018. Predicting distributions, habitat preferences and associated conservation implications for a genus of rare fishes, seahorses. Diversity and distributions Link »
  11. Aylesworth, L., Loh, T.L., Rongrongmuang, W. and Vincent, A.C.J. 2017. Seahorses (Hippocampus spp.) as a case study for locating cryptic and data‐poor marine fishes for conservation. Animal Conservation Link »
  12. Aylesworth, L., Phoonsawat, R. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2017. Effects of indiscriminate Fisheries on a group of small data-poor species in Thailand. ICES Journal of Marine Science Link »
  13. Lawson, J.M., Foster, S.J. and Vincent, A.C.J. 2017. Low bycatch rates add up to big numbers for a genus of small fishes. Fisheries 42(1):19-33 Link »
  14. Selgrath, J.C., S.E. Gergel and A.C.J. Vincent. 2017. Incorporating spatial dynamics greatly improves estimates of fishing pressure: Long-term participatory mapping of coral reef fisheries. ICES Journal of Marine Science Link »
  15. Stocks, A. P., S.J. Foster, N.K. Bat and A.C.J. Vincent. 2017. Catch as catch can: Targeted and indiscriminate small-scale fishing of seahorses in Vietnam. Fisheries Research 196:27-33 Link »
  16. Vincent, A.C. and Foster, S.J. 2017. Setting Precedent in Export Regulations for Marine Fishes with Seahorses. Fisheries 42(1):40-43 Link »
  17. Zhang, X. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2017. Integrating multiple data sets with species distribution models to inform conservation of the poorly-recorded Chinese seahorses. Biological Conservation 211: 161-171 Link »
  18. Aylesworth, L., Phoonsawat, R., Suvanachai, P. and Vincent, A.C.J. 2016. Generating spatial data for marine conservation and management. Biodiversity and Conservation 1-17
  19. Aylesworth, L.A., Lawson, J.M., Laksanawimol, P., Ferber, P., and Loh, T.L. 2016. New records of the Japanese seahorse Hippocampus mohnikei in Southeast Asia lead to updates in range, habitat and threats. Journal of Fish Biology 88: 1620-1630
  20. Cisneros‐Montemayor, A.M., West, K., Boiro, I.S. and Vincent, A.C.J. 2016. An assessment of West African seahorses in fisheries catch and trade. Journal of fish biology 88(2):751-759
  21. Cisneros-Montemayor, A., & Vincent, A. 2016. Science, society, and flagship species: social and political history as keys to conservation outcomes in the Gulf of California. Ecology and Society 21(2)
  22. Lam, J.T.L., Koldewey, H.J., Yasue, M., Vincent, A.C.J. 2016. Comparing interview and trade data in assessing changes in the seahorse Hippocampus spp. trade following CITES listing. Oryx Link »
  23. Selgrath, J.C., Roelfsema, C., Gergel, S.E. and Vincent, A.C.J. 2016. Mapping for coral reef conservation: Comparing the value of participatory and remote sensing approaches. Ecosphere, 7(5)
  24. Cisneros‐Montemayor, A. M., West, K., Boiro, I. S., & Vincent, A. C. J. 2015. An assessment of West African seahorses in fisheries catch and trade. Journal of fish biology
  25. Lawson, J. M., Foster, S. J., Lim, A. C. O., Chong, V. C., Vincent, A. C. J. 2015. Novel life‐history data for threatened seahorses provide insight into fishery effects. Journal of fish biology 86(1):1-15
  26. Yasue M, Nellas A, Panes H, Vincent ACJ. 2015. Monitoring landed seahorse catch in a changing policy environment. Endang Species Res 27:95-111
  27. Foster, S., Wiswedel, S., Vincent, A.C.J. 2014. Opportunities and challenges for analysis of wildlife trade using CITES data–seahorses as a case study. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems Link »
  28. Kleiber, D, Harris LM, Vincent ACJ. 2014. Improving fisheries estimates by including women’s catch in the Central Philippines. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 71(5):656-664
  29. Kleiber, D, Harris LM, Vincent ACJ. 2014. Gender and small-scale fisheries. Fish and Fisheries
  30. Vincent, A. C., Harris, J. M. 2014. Boundless no more. Science 346(6208):420-421
  31. Caldwell, IR, Vincent ACJ. 2013. A sedentary fish on the move: effects of displacement on long-snouted seahorse (Hippocampus guttulatus Cuvier) movement and habitat use. Environmental Biology of Fishes. 96(1):67-75
  32. Molloy, PP, Evanson M, Nellas AC, Rist JL, Marcus JE, Koldewey HJ, Vincent ACJ. 2013. How much sampling does it take to detect trends in coral-reef habitat using photoquadrat surveys? Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems (23):820–837
  33. Morgan, SK, Vincent ACJ. 2013. Life-history reference points for management of an exploited tropical seahorse. Marine and Freshwater Research. 64(3):185
  34. Vincent, ACJ, Sadovy YJ, Fowler SL, Lieberman S. 2013. The role of CITES in the conservation of marine fishes subject to international trade. Fish and Fisheries Link »
  35. Caldwell, IR, Vincent ACJ. 2012. Revisiting two sympatric European seahorse species: apparent decline in the absence of exploitation. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems. 22:427–435
  36. Foster, SJ, Vincent ACJ. 2012. Advice in spite of great uncertainty: assessing and addressing bycatch of small fishes with limited data using Stellifer illecebrosus as a case study. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems. 22:639–651
  37. O’Donnell, KP, Molloy PP, Vincent ACJ. 2012. Comparing Fisher Interviews, Logbooks, and Catch Landings Estimates of Extraction Rates in a Small-Scale Fishery. Coastal Management. 40(6):594-611
  38. Yasué, M, Nellas A, Vincent ACJ. 2012. Seahorses helped drive creation of marine protected areas, so what did these protected areas do for the seahorses? Environmental Conservation. 39(02):183-193
  39. Caldwell, IR, Correia M, Palma J, Vincent ACJ. 2011. Advances in tagging syngnathids, with the effects of dummy tags on behaviour of Hippocampus guttulatus. Journal of Fish Biology. 78(6):1769–1785 Link »
  40. Hansen, GJA, Ban NC, Jones ML, Kaufman L, Panes HM, Yasué M, Vincent ACJ. 2011. Hindsight in marine protected area selection: A comparison of ecological representation arising from opportunistic and systematic approaches. Biological Conservation. 144:1866–1875 Link »
  41. Kleiber, D, Blight LK, Caldwell IR, Vincent ACJ. 2011. The importance of seahorses and pipefishes in the diet of marine animals. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries. 21(2):205-223
  42. Vincent, ACJ. 2011. Saving the shallows: focusing marine conservation where people might care. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems. 21(6):495-499 Link »
  43. Vincent, ACJ, Foster SJ, Koldewey HJ. 2011. Conservation and management of seahorses and other Syngnathidae. Journal of Fish Biology 78(6):1681 - 1724 Link »
  44. Anticamara, J.A., Zeller, D. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2010. Spatial and temporal variation of abundance, biomass and diversity within marine reserves in the Philippines. Diversity and Distributions 16(4):529-536 Link »
  45. Foster, S.J. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2010. Tropical shrimp trawl fisheries: Fishers' knowledge of and attitudes about a doomed fishery. Marine Policy 34: 437-446
  46. Foster, S.J. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2010. Using life history to assess potential for shrimp trawl impacts on small fishes. Journal of Fish Biology 76(10):2434-2454
  47. Molloy, P.P., J.A. Anticamara, J.L. Rist and A.C.J. Vincent. 2010. Frugal conservation: what does it take to detect changes in fish populations? Biological Conservation 143 (11):2532-2542
  48. O’Donnell, K.P., M. G. Pajaro and A.C.J. Vincent. 2010. How does the accuracy of fisher knowledge affect seahorse conservation status? Animal Conservation 13(6): 526-523
  49. Pajaro, M.G., M.E. Mulrennan and A.C.J. Vincent. 2010. Towards an integrated marine protected areas policy: connecting the local to the global. Environment, Development and Sustainability 12(6):945-965
  50. Pajaro, M.G., M.E. Mulrennan, J. Alder and A.C.J. Vincent. 2010. Developing MPA Effectiveness Indicators: Comparison Within and Across Stakeholder Groups and Communities. Coastal Management 38(2):122-143.
  51. Perry, A. L., K. E. Lunn, and A. C. J. Vincent. 2010. Fisheries, large-scale trade, and conservation of seahorses in Malaysia and Thailand. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 20:464-475
  52. Yasué, M., L. Kaufman and A.C.J. Vincent. 2010. Assessing ecological changes in and around marine reserves using community perceptions and biological surveys. Aquatic Conserv: Mar. Freshw. Ecosyst 20(4):407-418
  53. Ban, N.C. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2009. Beyond marine reserves: Exploring the approach of selecting areas where fishing is permitted, rather than prohibited. PLoS ONE 4(7): e6258
  54. Ban, N.C., C. Picard and A.C.J. Vincent. 2009. Comparing and integrating community-based and science-based conservation approaches to prioritizing marine areas for protection. Conservation Biology 23(4): 899-910
  55. Ban, N.C., Hansen, G.J.A., Jones, M. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2009. Systematic marine conservation planning in data-poor regions: Socioeconomic data is essential. Marine Policy 33(5): 794-800
  56. Foster, S.J. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2009. Tropical shrimp trawl fisheries: Fishers’ knowledge of and attitudes about a doomed fishery. Marine Policy doi:10.1016/j.marpol.2009.09.010
  57. Ban, N.C., C. Picard, and A.C.J. Vincent. 2008. Moving toward spatial solutions in marine conservation with indigenous communities. Ecology and Society 13(1):32
  58. Curtis, J. and Vincent, A.C.J. 2008. Use of population viability analysis to evaluate CITES trade-management options for threatened marine fishes. Conservation Biology 22(5):1225–1232
  59. Lunn, K.E., M. J. Villanueva Noriega, and A.C.J. Vincent. 2008. Souvenirs from the sea: an investigation into the curio trade of echinoderms in Mexico. TRAFFIC Bulletin 22(1):19-32
  60. Morgan, S.K., J.M.R. Curtis and A.C.J. Vincent. 2008. Axes of excellence: a role for students as community-engaged scholars. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 6: 105-106
  61. Vincent, A.C.J. 2008. Reconciling fisheries with conservation on coral reefs: the world as an onion. 1435-1468 In Reconciling fisheries with conservation: proceedings of the Fourth World Fisheries Congress. American Fisheries Society, Symposi
  62. Curtis, J.M.R., J. Ribeiro, K. Erzini, and A.C. J. Vincent. 2007. A conservation trade-off? Interspecific differences in seahorse responses to experimental changes in fishing effort. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 17(5):468-484
  63. Hall, M., D. Pauly, V. Conover, A.C.J. Vincent, K. Davis, C. Safina, G. Sugihara, U.R. Sumaila and T. Agardyhttp. 2007. 10 Solutions to Save the Ocean. Conservation 8(3):23
  64. Marcus, J.E., M.A. Samoilys, J.J. Meeuwig, Z. Villongco, and A.C.J. Vincent. 2007. Benthic status of near-shore fishing grounds in the central Philippines, and associated seahorse densities. Marine Pollution Bulletin 54:1483-1494
  65. Morgan, S.K. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2007. The ontogeny of habitat associations in the tropical tiger tail seahorse Hippocampus comes Cantor, 1850. Journal of Fish Biology 71(3):701-724
  66. Samoilys, M.A., K.M. Martin-Smith, B.G. Giles, B. Cabrera, J.A. Anticamara, E.O. Brunio and A.C.J. Vincent. 2007. Effectiveness of five small Philippines' coral reef reserves for fish populations depends on site-specific factors, particularly enforcement history. Biological Conservation 136(4):584-601
  67. Vincent, A.C.J., J.J. Meeuwig, M.G. Pajaro and N.C. Perante. 2007. Characterizing a small-scale, datapoor, artisanal fishery: seahorses in the central Philippines. Fisheries Research 86:207-215