Stephen Mangi
Stephen Mangi
Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Sceince (Cefas)
Verified email at cefas.co.uk
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Spillover of exploitable fishes from a marine park and its effect on the adjacent fishery
TR McClanahan, S Mangi
Ecological applications 10 (6), 1792-1805, 2000
6172000
Gear‐based management of a tropical artisanal fishery based on species selectivity and capture size
TR McClanahan, SC Mangi
Fisheries Management and Ecology 11 (1), 51-60, 2004
3202004
Coral and algal changes after the 1998 coral bleaching: interaction with reef management and herbivores on Kenyan reefs
T McClanahan, N Muthiga, S Mangi
Coral reefs 19 (4), 380-391, 2001
3082001
Coral and algal changes after the 1998 coral bleaching: interaction with reef management and herbivores on Kenyan reefs
T McClanahan, N Muthiga, S Mangi
Coral reefs 19 (4), 380-391, 2001
3082001
Economic valuation for the conservation of marine biodiversity
NJ Beaumont, MC Austen, SC Mangi, M Townsend
Marine pollution bulletin 56 (3), 386-396, 2008
3072008
Quantifying the environmental impacts of artisanal fishing gear on Kenya’s coral reef ecosystems
SC Mangi, CM Roberts
Marine pollution bulletin 52 (12), 1646-1660, 2006
1902006
Aquatic food security: insights into challenges and solutions from an analysis of interactions between fisheries, aquaculture, food safety, human health, fish and human welfare …
S Jennings, GD Stentiford, AM Leocadio, KR Jeffery, JD Metcalfe, ...
Fish and Fisheries 17 (4), 893-938, 2016
1632016
Reef fisheries management in Kenya: Preliminary approach using the driver–pressure–state–impacts–response (DPSIR) scheme of indicators
SC Mangi, CM Roberts, LD Rodwell
Ocean & Coastal Management 50 (5-6), 463-480, 2007
1542007
The effect of a closed area and beach seine exclusion on coral reef fish catches
TR McClanahan, S Mangi
Fisheries Management and Ecology 8 (2), 107-121, 2001
1522001
The value of marine biodiversity to the leisure and recreation industry and its application to marine spatial planning
SE Rees, LD Rodwell, MJ Attrill, MC Austen, SC Mangi
Marine Policy 34 (5), 868-875, 2010
1502010
The potential of offshore windfarms to act as marine protected areas–A systematic review of current evidence
MC Ashley, SC Mangi, LD Rodwell
Marine Policy 45, 301-309, 2014
962014
Perceptions of stakeholders towards objectives and zoning of marine-protected areas in southern Europe
SC Mangi, MC Austen
Journal for Nature Conservation 16 (4), 271-280, 2008
862008
Valuing recreational benefits of coral reefs: the case of Mombasa Marine National Park and Reserve, Kenya
KP Ransom, SC Mangi
Environmental management 45 (1), 145-154, 2010
732010
Valuing recreational benefits of coral reefs: the case of Mombasa Marine National Park and Reserve, Kenya
KP Ransom, SC Mangi
Environmental management 45 (1), 145-154, 2010
732010
Economic values from ecosystems
IJ Bateman, D Abson, N Beaumont, A Darnell, C Fezzi, N Hanleys, ...
United Nations Environment Programme World Conservation Monitoring Centre …, 2011
652011
Review of the reef effects of offshore wind farm structures and their potential for enhancement and mitigation
EAS Linley, TA Wilding, K Black, AJS Hawkins, S Mangi
Report to the Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform. RFCA 5, 2007
652007
Approaches to fully documented fisheries: practical issues and stakeholder perceptions
SC Mangi, PJ Dolder, TL Catchpole, D Rodmell, N de Rozarieux
Fish and Fisheries 16 (3), 426-452, 2015
642015
Social impacts of a temperate fisheries closure: understanding stakeholders' views
CE Hattam, SC Mangi, SC Gall, LD Rodwell
Marine Policy 45, 269-278, 2014
592014
Is there a win–win scenario for marine nature conservation? A case study of Lyme Bay, England
SE Rees, MJ Attrill, MC Austen, SC Mangi, JP Richards, LD Rodwell
Ocean & Coastal Management 53 (3), 135-145, 2010
562010
Assessing the impacts of establishing MPAs on fishermen and fish merchants: the case of Lyme Bay, UK
SC Mangi, LD Rodwell, C Hattam
Ambio 40 (5), 457-468, 2011
522011
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