Peer-reviewed journal articles
Twist, B.; Rayment, W.; and Hepburn, C. (2016) Movement patterns of adult scallops (Pecten novaezealandiae) within a customary fisheries reserve: Implications for fine scale spatial management. Fisheries Research 174 160-166.
Twist, B.; Hepburn, C.; and Rayment, W. (2015) Distribution of the New Zealand scallop (Pecten novaezealandiae) within and surrounding a customary fisheries area. ICES Journal of Marine Science 72(9).
Gnanalingam, G.; and Hepburn, C. (2015). Flexibility in temporary fisheries closure legislation is required to maximise success. Marine Policy 61: 39-45.
Desmond, M; Pritchard, D.W.; and Hepburn, C. (2015). Light Limitation within Southern New Zealand Kelp Forest Communities. PLoS ONE 10(4).
O’Connell-Milne, S.; and Hepburn, C.D. (2014). A harvest method informed by traditional knowledge maximises yield and regeneration post harvest for karengo (Bangiaceae). Journal of Applied Phycology 27(1):447-454.
Desmond, M.; Mcleod, R.J; and Hepburn, C. (2013). Analysis of trace metal concentration in a degraded lagoon in East Otago, New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research (47)4
Chhun, S.; Thorsnes, P.; and Moller, H. (2013). Preferences for Management of Near-Shore Marine Ecosystems: A Choice Experiment in New Zealand. Resources 2(3) 406-438.
Somerville, G.; Krkosek, M; and Hepburn, C. (2013). A matrix model and elasticity analysis for New Zealand’s blackfoot paua Haliotis iris. Fisheries Research 151.
Craig, J.L; Moller, H.; Norton, D.A.; Saunders, D.; and Williams, M. (2013) Enhancing our Heritage: Conservation for 21st Century New Zealanders – Ways forward from the Tahi Group of Concerned Scientists. Pacific Conservation Biology, 19, 257-269.
McCarthy, A.; Hepburn, C.; Scott, N.; Schweikert, K.; and Moller, H. (2013) Local people see and care most? Severe depletion of inshore fisheries and its consequences for Māori communities in New Zealand. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 24(3).
Schweikert, K. and Burritt, D.J. (2012) The organophosphate insecticide Coumaphos induces oxidative stress and increases antioxidant and detoxification defences in the green macroalgae Ulva pertusa. Aquatic Toxicology, 122-123: 86-92.
Dick, J., Stephenson, J., Kirikiri, R., Moller, H., and Turner, R. (2012) Listening to the Tangata Kaitiaki: Consequences of the loss of abundance and biodiversity in coastal ecosystems in Aotearoa New Zealand. MAI Journal 1: 117-130.
Stephenson J, Moller H. (2009) Cross-cultural environmental research and management: challenges and progress. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand 39 (4): 139-149.
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