Bibliography: Science & Conservation

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Science and Conservation Bibliography: Alphabetical

Arena, P.T., K.L.B. Jordan, P.T. Quinn, A.H. Hemphill, D.R. Bryan, B. Buskirk, and R.E. Spieler. 2003. Fish colonization of a newly deployed vessel-reef off southeast Florida: preliminary results. In: L. Creswell (ed.). Abstract Volume: 56th Annual Meeting of the Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute. Tortola, BVI (Poster Presentation)

Eckert, K.L. and A.H. Hemphill. 2005. Sea turtles as Flagships for the Protection of the Wider Caribbean Region. MAST. 3(2) and 4(1): 119-143.

Caldwell, M., A. Hemphill, T.C. Hoffman and S. Palumbi. 2009. Pacific Ocean Synthesis ExecutiveSummary: Scientific Literature Review of Coastal and Ocean Threats, Impacts and Solutions. The Woods Institute for the Environment, Stanford University, California.

Frolich, L.M., S. Sherwood, A. Hemphill, and E. Guevara. 1999. “Eco-Papas”: through potato conservation towards agroecology. LEISA, 15(3/4): 44-45.

Glover, L.K. and A.H. Hemphill. 2004. Overview. In: Glover, L.K. and S.A. Earle (eds.), Defying Ocean’s End: An Agenda for Action. Island Press, Washington, D.C., Pp. 1-6.

Hemphill, A.H. 1990. Coastal Zones (editorial). Action Watersport Magazine. June 90: 10-11.

Hemphill, A.H. 2005. Conservation on the High Seas – drift algae habitat as an open ocean cornerstone. Parks 15(3): 48-56.

Hemphill, A.H., P.T. Arena, and R.E. Spieler. 2003. Seasonal dynamics of ichthyofauna closely associated with pelagic Sargassum in Broward County, Florida, USA: preliminary results. In: L. Creswell (ed.). Abstract Volume: 56th Annual Meeting of the Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute. Tortola, BVI., P. 48 (Poster Presentation)

Hemphill, A.H., and S. Delgado Mora. 2000. Interactions between mangrove ecology and shrimp aquaculture on Ecuador’s Pacific Coast: a conservation priority. In: Vannini, M., and R.K. Ruwa (eds.). Meeting on Mangrove Macrobenthos: Abstract Volume, Mombasa, Kenya 7-11, September 2000, Pp. 38-39.

Hemphill, A.H., J.D. Murdoch, R.A. Mittermeier, W.R. Konstant, J.O. Ottenwalder, T.S.B. Akre, C.R. Mittermeier, and R.B. Mast. 1999. Caribbean. In: Mittermeier, R.A., N. Myers, P.G. Gil, and C.G. Mittermeier, Hotspots – Earth’s Biologically Richest and Most Endangered Terrestrial Ecoregions. Cemex, Mexico, Pp. 123-130.

Hemphill, A.H. and G. Shillinger. 2006a. Linkages between open ocean and coastal waters: implications for ocean governance. Book of Abstracts: California and the World Ocean 06’ Conference, September 17-20, Long Beach, California.

Hemphill, A.H. and G. Shillinger. 2006b. Casting the net broadly: ecosystem-based management beyond national jurisdiction. Sustainable Development Law and Policy VII(1): 56-59.

Hemphill, A.H. and G. Shillinger. 2007. Casting the net broadly: ecosystem-based management beyond national jurisdiction. Sustainable Development Law and Policy (2006 Yearbook of Sustainable Development Law and Policy) VII(4): 39-46. Published in Spanish and French versions.

Hemphill, A.H., T.W. Walsh, and G. Cadena. 2001. El establecimiento de la Estación Biológica Congal y Centro de Investigación de Acuicultura Sustenable – Una posible respuesta al conflicto dentro de la conservación de manglares y la industria camaronera. In: Mendoza, R. Memorias del Taller “Humedales Marino – Costeros Continentales”. Ministerio del Ambiente, EcoCiencia, CISP. Quito. Pp. 51-53.

Laffoley, D.d’A., Roe, H.S.J., Angel, M.V., Ardron, J., Bates, N.R., Boyd, I.L., Brooke, S., Buck, K.N., Carlson, C.A., Causey, B., Conte, M.H., Christiansen, S., Cleary, J., Donnelly, J., Earle, S.A., Edwards, R., Gjerde, K.M., Giovannoni, S.J., Gulick, S., Gollock, M., Hallett, J., Halpin, P., Hanel, R., Hemphill, A., Johnson, R.J., Knap, A.H., Lomas, M.W., McKenna, S.A., Miller, M.J., Miller, P.I., Ming, F.W., Moffitt, R., Nelson, N.B., Parson, L. , Peters, A.J., Pitt, J. , Rouja, P., Roberts, J., Roberts, J., Seigel, D.A., Siuda, A.N.S., Steinberg, D.K., Stevenson, A., Sumaila, V.R., Swartz, W., Thorrold, S., Trott, T.M., and V. Vats. 2011. The protection and management of the Sargasso Sea: The golden floating rainforest of the Atlantic Ocean. Summary Science and Supporting Evidence Case. Sargasso Sea Alliance, 44 pp.

Mack, A.L., J. Murdoch, and A.H. Hemphill (eds.). 1998. A Biological Assessment of the Lakekamu Basin, Papua New Guinea. Conservation International, RAP Working Papers 9.

Mast, R., N. Castelblanco-Martinez and A. Hemphill. 2014.  Sea Mammal Conservation. Pp. 17-32 in: Wilson, D.E. and R.A. Mittermeier (eds). Handbook of the Mammals of the World. Vol. 4. Sea Mammals. Lynx Edicions, Barcelona.

Mast, R., M. Farrior, A. Hemphill, S. Henderson, B. Hutchinson, O. Langrand, R.A. Mittermeier and B. Wallace. 2011.  Marine Flagship Species. In: G.S. Stone, R.A. Mittermeier, O. Aburto-Oropeza, C. Campagna, K.E. Carpenter, L.P. Madin, D. Obura, E. Sala, C.G. Mittermeier, S. Troeng and P.A. Seligmann. Oceans: Heart of Our Blue Planet.  Published by CEMEX and iLCP. pp. 85-96

Mast, R.B., C.G. Mittermeier, R.A. Mittermeier, J.V. Rodriguez-Mahecha, and A.H. Hemphill. 1997. Ecuador. In: Mittermeier, R.A, P. Robles Gil, and C.G. Mittermeier (Eds.). Megadiversity: Earth’s Biologically Wealthiest Nations. Cemex, Mexico, pp. 108-127.

Mast, R.B., J.V. Rodríguez, R.A. Mittermeier, A.H. Hemphill, and C.G. Mittermeier. 1999. Chocó-Darién-Western Ecuador. In: Mittermeier, R.A., N. Myers, P.G. Gil, and C.G. Mittermeier (eds.), Hotspots – Earth’s Biologically Richest and Most Endangered Terrestrial Ecoregions. Cemex, Mexico, Pp. 123-130.

McKenna, S. and A.H. Hemphill. 2009. The Sargasso Sea. GOBI: Global Ocean Biodiversity Initiative.

Smith, L.S., S.B. Hedges, W. Buck, A. Hemphill, S. Inchaustegui, M.A. Ivie, D. Martina, M. Maunder, J.F. Ortega. 2004. Caribbean Islands. In: Mittermeier, R.A., P.R. Gil, M. Hoffman, J. Pilgrim, T. Brooks, C.G. Mittermeier. J. Lamoreux, and G.A.B. da Fonseca (eds.), Hotspots Revisted. Cemex, Mexico City, Mexico, Pp. 112-118.