|Vulnerability of coastal communities to key impacts of climate change on coral reef fisheries|
JE Cinner, TR McClanahan, NAJ Graham, TM Daw, J Maina, SM Stead, ...
Global Environmental Change 22 (1), 12-20, 2012
|Conservation action in a changing climate|
TR McClanahan, JE Cinner, J Maina, NAJ Graham, TM Daw, SM Stead, ...
Conservation letters 1 (2), 53-59, 2008
|To fish or not to fish: factors at multiple scales affecting artisanal fishers' readiness to exit a declining fishery|
TM Daw, JE Cinner, TR McClanahan, K Brown, SM Stead, NAJ Graham, ...
PloS one 7 (2), e31460, 2012
|Declining reliance on marine resources in remote South Pacific societies: ecological versus socio-economic drivers|
RA Turner, A Cakacaka, NAJ Graham, NVC Polunin, MS Pratchett, ...
Coral Reefs 26 (4), 997-1008, 2007
|A revolution without people? Closing the people–policy gap in aquaculture development|
G Krause, C Brugere, A Diedrich, MW Ebeling, SCA Ferse, E Mikkelsen, ...
Aquaculture 447, 44-55, 2015
|Uncertainties and values in European aquaculture: communication, management and policy issues in times of “changing public perceptions”|
M Kaiser, SM Stead
Aquaculture International 10 (6), 469-490, 2002
|The handbook of salmon farming|
SM Stead, L Laird
Springer Science & Business Media, 2002
|Social acceptability of a marine protected area: the case of Reunion Island|
A Thomassin, CS White, SS Stead, G David
Ocean & Coastal Management 53 (4), 169-179, 2010
|Identifying reefs of hope and hopeful actions: contextualizing environmental, ecological, and social parameters to respond effectively to climate change|
TR McClanahan, JE Cinner, NAJ Graham, TM Daw, J Maina, SM Stead, ...
Conservation Biology 23 (3), 662-671, 2009
|Finfish disappearances around Bohol, Philippines inferred from traditional ecological knowledge|
MN Lavides, NVC Polunin, SM Stead, DG Tabaranza, MT Comeros, ...
Environmental Conservation, 235-244, 2009
|A place-based approach to payments for ecosystem services|
MS Reed, K Allen, A Attlee, AJ Dougill, KL Evans, JO Kenter, J Hoy, ...
Global Environmental Change 43, 92-106, 2017
|Measuring good governance for complex ecosystems: perceptions of coral reef-dependent communities in the Caribbean|
RA Turner, C Fitzsimmons, J Forster, R Mahon, A Peterson, SM Stead
Global Environmental Change 29, 105-117, 2014
|Co-management and adaptive co-management: Two modes of governance in a Honduran marine protected area|
NK Bown, TS Gray, SM Stead
Marine Policy 39, 128-134, 2013
|Social networks and fishers’ behavior: exploring the links between information flow and fishing success in the Northumberland lobster fishery|
RA Turner, NVC Polunin, SM Stead
Ecology and Society 19 (2), 2014
|Rule breaking and livelihood options in marine protected areas|
AM Peterson, SM Stead
Environmental Conservation, 342-352, 2011
|Delivering integrated coastal-zone management through land-use planning|
P Allmendinger, A Barker, S Stead
Planning Practice and Research 17 (2), 175-196, 2002
|MPA policy: What lies behind the science?|
AJ Caveen, TS Gray, SM Stead, NVC Polunin
Marine Policy 37, 3-10, 2013
|Days at sea: from the fishers’ mouths|
T Rossiter, S Stead
Marine Policy 27 (3), 281-288, 2003
|Changes in Scottish coastal fishing communities—Understanding socio-economic dynamics to aid management, planning and policy|
Ocean & Coastal Management 48 (9-10), 670-692, 2005
|Aquaculture and its role in integrated coastal zone management|
SM Stead, G Burnell, P Goulletquer
Aquaculture International 10 (6), 447-468, 2002