Select Publications

2021

Nathan J. Bennett, Laure Katz, Whitney Yadao-Evans, Gabby N. Ahmadia, Scott Atkinson, Natalie C. Ban, Neil M. Dawson, Asha de Vos, Juno Fitzpatrick, David Gill, Mael Imirizaldu, Naia Lewis, Sangeeta Mangubhai, Leah Meth, Ella-Kari Muhl, David Obura, Ana K. Spalding, Angelo Villagomez, Daniel Wagner, Alan White, and Aulani Wilhelm., 2021. Advancing social equity in and through marine conservationFrontiers in Marine Science, p.994.

Anderson, S.C., Elsen, P.R., Hughes, B.B., Tonietto, R.K., Bletz, M.C., Gill, D.A., Holgerson, M.A., Kuebbing, S.E., McDonough MacKenzie, C., Meek, M.H. and Veríssimo, D., 2021. Trends in ecology and conservation over eight decadesFrontiers in Ecology and the Environment.

Grorud-Colvert, K., Sullivan-Stack, J., Roberts, C., Constant, V., Horta e Costa, B., Pike, E. P., Kingston, N., Laffoley, D., Sala, E., Claudet, J., Friedlander, A. M., Gill, D. A., Lester, S. E., Day, J. C., Gonçalves, E. J., Ahmadia, G. N., Rand, M., Villagomez, A., Ban, N. C., … Lubchenco, J. (2021). The MPA Guide: A framework to achieve global goals for the ocean. Science, 373(6560), eabf0861.

Gurney, G. G., Darling, E. S., Ahmadia, G. N., Agostini, V. N., Ban, N. C., Blythe, J., Claudet, J., Epstein, G., Estradivari, Himes-Cornell, A., Jonas, H. D., Armitage, D., Campbell, S. J., Cox, C., Friedman, W. R., Gill, D., Lestari, P., Mangubhai, S., McLeod, E., … Jupiter, S. D. (2021). Biodiversity needs every tool in the box: Use OECMs. Nature, 595(7869), 646–649.

Phua, C., Andradi-Brown, D. A., Mangubhai, S., Ahmadia, G. N., Mahajan, S. L., Larsen, K., Friel, S., Reichelt, R., Hockings, M., Gill, D., Veverka, L., Anderson, R., Cédrique Augustave, L., Awaludinnoer, Bervoets, T., Brayne, K., Djohani, R., Kawaka, J., Kyne, F., … Wells, S. (2021). Marine protected and conserved areas in the time of COVID. PARKS, 27, 85–102.

Baker, D., Murray, G., Kaijage, J., Levine, A., Gill, D., & Makupa, E. (2021). Relationships Matter: Assessing the Impacts of a Marine Protected Area on Human Wellbeing and Relational Values in Southern Tanzania. Frontiers in Marine Science, 8.

Sykora-Bodie, S. T., Álvarez-Romero, J. G., Arata, J. A., Dunn, A., Hinke, J. T., Humphries, G., Jones, C., Skogrand, P., Teschke, K., Trathan, P. N., Welsford, D., Ban, N. C., Murray, G., & Gill, D. A. (2021). Using Forecasting Methods to Incorporate Social, Economic, and Political Considerations Into Marine Protected Area Planning. Frontiers in Marine Science, 8, 669135.

2020

Bennett, N. J., Finkbeiner, E. M., Ban, N. C., Belhabib, D., Jupiter, S. D., Kittinger, J. N., Mangubhai, S., Scholtens, J., Gill, D.,& Christie, P. 2020. The COVID-19 Pandemic, Small-Scale Fisheries, and Coastal Fishing Communities. Coastal Management,48(4), 336-347.

Brooks W.R., Rudd M.E., Cheng S.H., Silliman B.R., Gill D.A., et al. 2020. Social and ecological outcomes of conservation interventions in tropical coastal marine ecosystems: a systematic map protocol. EnvironmentalEvidence;9(1):9.

Cheng S.H., McKinnon M.C., Masuda Y.J., Garside R., Jones K.W., Miller D.C., Pullin, A.S., Sutherland, W.J., Augustin, C., Gill, D.A., et al. 2020. Strengthen causal models for better conservation outcomes for human well-being. PLOS ONE. 15(3):e0230495.

2019

Gill, D.A., Cheng, S.H., Glew, L., Aigner, E., Bennett, N.J., Mascia, M.B. 2019. Social Synergies, Tradeoffs, and Equity in Marine Conservation Impacts. Annual Review of Environment and Resources44:1.

Schuhmann, P., Skeete, R., Waite, R., Bangwayo-Skeete, P., Casey, J., Oxenford, H.A., Gill, D.A., 2019. Coastal and Marine Quality and Tourists ’ Stated Intention to Return to Barbados. Water 11, 1265.

Fisher, B., Herrera, D., Adams, D., Fox, H. E., Gallagher, L., Gerkey, Gill, D.A., Golden, C., Hole, D., Johnson, K., Mulligan, M., Myers, S.S., Naidoo, R., Pfaff, A., Rasolofoson, R., Selig, E.R., Tickner, D., Treuer, T., Ricketts, T. 2019. Can nature deliver on the sustainable development goals? The LancetPlanetary Health, 3(3), e112–e113.

Schuhmann, P.W., Skeete, R., Waite, R., Lorde, T., Bangwayo-Skeete, P., Oxenford, H.A.,Gill, D., Moore, W., Spencer, F. 2019. Visitors’ willingness to pay marine conservation fees in Barbados.Tourism Management, 71, 315–326.

Gill, D.A., Oxenford, H.A., Turner, R.A., Schuhmann, P.W. Making the most of data-poor fisheries: lowcost mapping of small island fisheries to inform policy. 2019.Marine Policy101: 198–207.

2018

Gill, D.A., Oxenford, H.A., Schuhmann, P.W. Values associated with reef-related fishing in the Caribbean: A comparative study. in Viability and Sustainability of Small-Scale Fisheries in Latin America and the Caribbean. Springer, Cham, 2019. 295-328.

Turner, R.A., Gill, D., Fitzsimmons, C., Forster, J., Mahon, R. Peterson, A., Stead, S. Supporting Enhancement of Stewardship in Small-Scale Fisheries: Perceptions of Governance Among Caribbean Coral Reef Fishers. in Viability and Sustainability of Small-ScaleFisheries in Latin America and the Caribbean. Springer, Cham, 2019.473-494

Guerrero, A., Bennett, N., Wilson, K., Carter, N., Gill. D., Mills, M., Ives, C., Selinske, M., Larrosa, C., Bekessy, S., Januchowski-Hartley, F., Travers, H., Wyborn, C., Nuno, A. 2018. Achieving the promise of integration in social-ecological research: A review and prospectus. Ecology & Society. 23(3):38.

Ahmadia, G.N, Darling, E., Andradi-Brown, D., Barnes, M., Estradivari, Gill, D.et al. (2018) Recruit young scientists and local talent to safeguard coral reefs. Nature 557 (7706) (co-signatory)

Cheng, S.H., Augustin, C., Bethel, A., Gill, D., Anzaroot, S., Brun, J., DeWilde, B., Minnich, R.C., Garside, R., Masuda, Y.J., Miller, D.C., Wilkie, D., Wongbusarakum, S., McKinnon, M. C.2018. Using machine learning to advance synthesis and use of conservation and environmental evidence. conservation biology. 32(4), 762–764

2017

Turner, R.A., Forster, J., Fitzsimmons, C., Gill, D., Mahon, R.Peterson, A., Stead, S.2017. Social fit of coral reef governance varies among individuals. Conservation Letters. 00:e12422.

Mascia, M.B., Fox, H.E., Glew, L., Ahmadia, G., Agrawal, A., Barnes, M., Basurto, X., Craigie, I., Darling, E., Geldmann, J., Gill, D.A., et al. 2017. Analyzing Conservation Impacts: Evaluation, Theory, and Marine Protected Areas. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 1399:93–115.

Bennett, N.J., Teh, L., Ota, Y., Christie, P., Ayers, A., Day, J.C., Franks, P., Gill, D., et al. 2017. An appeal for a code of conduct for marine conservation. Marine Policy. 81:411-418.

Yeager, L.A., Marchand, P., Gill, D.A., Baum, J.K. and McPherson, J.M.  2017.MSEC: Queryable global layers of environmental and anthropogenic variables for marine ecosystem studies. Ecology. 98:1976.

Gill, D.A., Mascia, M.B., Ahmadia, G., Glew, L., Lester, S., Barnes, M., Craigie, I., Darling, E., Free, C., Geldmann, J., Holst, S., Jensen, O., White, A.T., Basurto, X., Coad, L., Gates, R.D., Guannel, G., Mumby, P.J., Thomas, H., Whitmee, S., Woodley, S., Fox, H.E. 2017. Global capacity gaps hinder the conservation performance of marine protected areas. Nature. 543(7647): 665–669.

2016

Schuhmann, P.W., Bass, B.E., Casey, J.F., Gill, D.A.2016. Visitor preferences and willingness to pay for coastal attributes in Barbados. Ocean & Coastal Management. 134:240-250.

2015

Ahmadia, G.N., Glew, L., Provost, M., Gill, D., Hidayat, N.I., Mangubhai, S., Purwanto, Fox, H.E. 2015. Integrating impact evaluation in the design and implementation of monitoring marine protected areas. Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B.370:20140275.

Vallès, H., Gill, D.and Oxenford, H.A. 2015. Parrotfish size is a useful indicator of fishing effects in small Caribbean islands. Coral Reefs. 34 (3): 789-801.

Gill, D.A., Schuhmann, P.W., Oxenford, H.A. 2015. Recreational diver preferences for reef fish attributes: Economic implications of future change. Ecological Economics. 111:48–57.

2013

Schuhmann, P.W. Cazabon-Mannette, M., Gill, D., Casey, J.F., and Hailey, A. 2013. Willingness to pay to avoid high encounter levels at dive sites in the Caribbean. Tourism in Marine Environments. 9 (1-2): 81-94.

2011

Mahon, R., Almerigi, S., Appeldoorn, R., Baldwin, K., Bustamante, G., Cramer, J., Ehrhardt, N., Gill, D., et al. 2011. The vision for EBM of coral reef ecosystems in the wider Caribbean region. In TowardsMarine Ecosystem-based Management in the Wider Caribbean. Ed. Fanning, L., R. Mahon and P.McConney. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2011 pp. 323-334