Rebecca Jarvis
Rebecca Jarvis
Institute for Applied Ecology New Zealand, School of Science, Auckland University of Technology
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TitleCited byYear
Citizen science and the power of public participation in marine spatial planning
RM Jarvis, B Bollard Breen, CU Krägeloh, DR Billington
Marine Policy 57, 21–26, 2015
An appeal for a code of conduct for marine conservation
NJ Bennett, L Teh, Y Ota, P Christie, A Ayers, JC Day, P Franks, D Gill, ...
Marine Policy 81, 411-418, 2017
Conservation, mismatch and the research–implementation gap
RM Jarvis, SB Borrelle, BB Breen, DR Towns
Pacific Conservation Biology 21 (2), 105-107, 2015
Conflicts in some of the World harbours: what needs to happen next?
S Pearson, W Windupranata, SW Pranowo, A Putri, Y Ma, A Vila-Concejo, ...
Maritime Studies 15 (1), 10, 2016
Loved to pieces: Toward the sustainable management of the Waitematā Harbour and Hauraki Gulf
JD Aguirre, B Bollard-Breen, M Cameron, R Constantine, CAJ Duffy, ...
Regional studies in marine science 8, 220-233, 2016
Identifying diverse conservation values for place-based spatial planning using crowdsourced voluntary geographic information
RM Jarvis, BB Breen, CU Krägeloh, DR Billington
Society & Natural Resources 29 (5), 603-616, 2016
Urban blue: a global analysis of the factors shaping people's perceptions of the marine environment and ecological engineering in harbours
EMA Strain, KA Alexander, S Kienker, R Morris, R Jarvis, R Coleman, ...
Science of the Total Environment 658, 1293-1305, 2019
Bringing harbours alive: assessing the importance of eco-engineered coastal infrastructure for different stakeholders and cities
SE Kienker, RA Coleman, RL Morris, P Steinberg, B Bollard, R Jarvis, ...
Marine Policy 94, 238-246, 2018
Understanding the values and perceptions of base personnel to improve conservation management and policy in Antarctica
RM Jarvis, N Gilbert, M Orams, SB Pointing, S Selvaraj, BB Breen
Environmental Science & Policy 85, 116-122, 2018
Key research priorities for the future of marine science in New Zealand
RM Jarvis, T Young
Marine Policy 106, 103539, 2019
Improving climate-change literacy and science communication through smart device apps
S Leuzinger, SB Borrelle, RM Jarvis
Front. Educ. 4: 138. doi: 10.3389/feduc, 2019
An early career perspective on encouraging collaborative and interdisciplinary research in ecology
JL Pannell, AM Dencer‐Brown, SS Greening, EA Hume, RM Jarvis, ...
Ecosphere 10 (10), e02899, 2019
Effective engagement of conservation scientists with decision-makers
D Rose, M Evans, R Jarvis
Cambridge University Press, 2019
Using virtual reality technology for low-impact monitoring and communication of protected and historic sites in Antarctica
OM Gilbert N, Doshi A, Jarvis RM, Bollard-Breen B, Gillman L
Use of UAS for improved monitoring and survey of Antarctic Specially Protected Areas
OM Gilbert N, Bollard-Breen B, Doshi A, Jarvis RM, Gillman L
Conflicts in some of the World Harbours: What needs to happen next?
E Fernández, ANH Smith, AM Knights, A Putri, A Vila-Concejo, LB Firth, ...
Book Review: The Oxford Handbook of Environmental Political Theory edited by Teena Gabrielson, Cheryl Hall, John M. Meyer and David Schlosberg
RM Jarvis, 2016
Putting people back in the picture: a social research agenda for a social-ecological approach to conservation planning
RM Jarvis
Auckland University of Technology, 2015
Book review: Is the Planet Full? edited by Ian Goldin
RM Jarvis
Book review: Who’s asking? Native science, western science and science education by Douglas L. Medin and Megan Bang
RM Jarvis
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