Conference Presentations

2017

Murray R., P. Dearden et al “Acoustic Telemetry for Marine Protected Area management: Preliminary data from gray reef sharks in Tubbataha Reef Natural Park. “ Philippine Association of Marine Science Conference, Manila July.

Dearden, P. “Park Management: A Changing Landscape” Keynote Address, Vancouver Regional Parks 50th Anniversary Celebration, Vancouver, November

Ziegler, J., P. Dearden and R.Rollins. Perspectives on crowding at a provisioned whale shark watching site, Oslob, Philippines. Paper presented at 4th Coastal and Marine Tourism Conference, Sweden, June.

Manopawitr, P and P. Dearden Building ecosystem resilience through the development of transboundary MPA networks in Thailand and Myanmar. Paper presented at 4th International Marine Protected Area Congress, Chile, September.

Dearden, R. Howard and U. Zau Lunn. Dynamic cultures provide challenges and opportunities for MPA network establishment in the Myeik Archipelago, Myanmar. Paper presented at 4th International Marine Protected Area Congress, Chile, September.

Kockel, N. Ban and P. Dearden ‘Evaluating approaches for scaling up community-based marine protected areas into socially equitable and ecologically representative networks’ Presentation at  International Marine Conservation Congress 5, Malaysia, June

Dearden, P, M.Yasue, A. Kockel 2018 Can marine protected areas (MPAs) drive socio-psychological change in communities? Paper presented at Communities. Conservation and Livelihoods Conference, Community Conference Research Network, St Mary’s university, Halifax, NC, May 28-30

Dearden, P. 2019 Understanding communities and marine conservation in the Myeik Archipelago, Myanmar. Paper presented at Communities. Conservation and Livelihoods Conference, Community Conference Research Network, St Mary’s university, Halifax, NC, May 28-30

Emphandu, D and P. Dearden 2018 Community conservation through tourism in Thailand. Paper presented at Communities. Conservation and Livelihoods Conference, Community Conference Research Network, St Mary’s university, Halifax, NC, May 28-30

2016

Kalynka, K, J. Dempsey and P. Dearden Another decade of change: Protected Areas in Canada. Annual Conference, American Association of Geographers . April. San Francisco

Ziegler, J.A. P Dearden, J. Silberg  and A. Ponzo 2016 Human dimensions of whale shark provisioning in Oslob, Philippines, International Whaleshark Conference, Qatar, May

Kockel, A, N. Ban and P. Dearden 2016 Addressing the complexity of small-scale fisheries in systematic conservation planning. International Coral reefs Symposium, Hawaii, June.

Dearden, A Kockel and N. Ban 2016 “Incorporating equity considerations for small-scale fisheries in the systematic design of marine protected areas” “Socio-Ecological Synthesis: Methods to Address Conservation Issues’ Symposium, Conservation Asia 16, Singapore, June 30, 2016

Manopawitr, P. Dearden, P. Plang-ngan and N. Phongsuwan Dive tourism development to enhance transboundary conservation and ecological connectivity between Thailand and Myanmar. International Marine Conservation Congress, August, St. Johns, Newfoundland.

Dearden, P., Ziegler, JA, Silberg, JN and  Ponzo, A, Human dimensions of whale shark provisioning in Oslob, Philippines. International Marine Conservation Congress, August, St. Johns, Newfoundland.

Dearden, P.  “Why we need Marine Protected Areas.” Invited presentation to National Workshop on Marine Spatial Planning in the Myeik Archipelago. Dawei, Myanmar, August 2016.

Dearden, P.  “Legislation, Policy and Institutional Arrangements for effective MPA network design.”  Invited presentation to National Workshop on Marine Spatial Planning in the Myeik Archipelago. Dawei, Myanmar, August

Dearden, P. “Including stakeholders in site selection for MPA network establishment.” .” Invited presentation to National Workshop  on Marine Spatial Planning in the Myeik Archipelago. Dawei, Myanmar, August.

Dearden. P. “Management considerations for effective MPA outcomes.” Invited presentation to National Workshop  on Marine Spatial Planning in the Myeik Archipelago”Dawei, Myanmar, August 2016.

Dearden, P. “Enhancing community benefits from MPA network establishment” .” Invited presentation to National Workshop Marine Spatial Planning in the Myeik Archipelago” Dawei, Myanmar, August

Dearden, P. Tips for Success and Getting Involved. Invited contribution to new student orientation, Faculty of Social Science, September 6th

Dearden, P. Parks, Landscapes, Valuescapes: Evolution in Thought. Keynote Address, Annual Meeting CRD Regional Parks, Victoria October 22nd

Dearden, P. Marine Conservation in Myanmar: a very Geographical Tale. Departmental Colloquium, Victoria, October. October 21st

Dearden, P. Ethics of captive marine mammal displays. Interview with CBC radio. October.

2015

Dearden, P Marine Protected Areas as a response mechanism in the DPSIR Framework. Invited presentation at SESYNC Workshop on Modelling of Complex Coastal Socio-Ecological Systems in the Tropics. Trat, Jan 9 to 14th.

Dearden P Diving as an Incentive-based conservation mechanism: what have we learned in Thailand over the last 20 years? Association of Tropical Biology Annual Conference, Phnom Penh, March

Dearden P. Incorporating socio-economic variables into Systematic Conservation Planning Invited presentation, National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC), Maryland  April

A Kockel and P. Dearden Evaluating mechanisms for up-scaling MPA networks in the Philippines.

Dearden P. Marine Spatial Planning: concepts and examples. Invited presentation, University of the Azores, June

Dearden, P. Design and Establishment of Marine Protected Area Networks. Invited presentation, University of the Azores, June

Dearden P “From Highlands to Island: Insights into Conservation and Culture from Thailand.” Keynote Address at Southeast Asia Symposium: Biological and Cultural Diversity in Malaysia and Thailand, University of Puget Sound Oct 23-24

Dearden P. Getting engaged with conservation science: advice for young professionals. Invited web-based interview for conservation careers: http://www.conservation-careers.com/conservation-jobs-careers-advice/human-side-conservation-interview-dr-philip-dearden/

2014

Dearden, P.  Marine Protected Areas: Anchors for Ocean Sustainability, Platforms for Community Development.” Opening Keynote Address, World Ecotourism Conference”, Cebu, Philippines, Feb 19-22.

Rollins, R., G. Murray, P. Dearden, A.B. Stahl, and E. Acquah.  “Challenges with Nature-Based Tourism in Mole National Park, Ghana” 14th Canadian Congress on Leisure Research May 21-23,

Dearden, P. and N. Bennett.  “Measuring Outcomes to Providing Inputs: Governance, Management, and Local Development for Effective Marine Protected Areas.” International Marine Conservation Congress, Glasgow. August

Dearden, P. and S. Augustine.  “Past, present and future conservation contributions of SCUBA diving in Phuket Thailand” International Marine Conservation Congress, Glasgow. August

Agyare, A., G. Murray, R. Rollins, and P. Dearden.  “Examining the Effectiveness of Community Resource Management Areas in Ghana:  Converging and Diverging Experiences of Participating Communities. World Parks Congress, November, Sydney.

Downie, B., L. King, and P. Dearden.  “Conservation Influences on Livelihood Decision-making:  A Case Study from Saadani National Park, Tanzania.” World Parks Congress, November, Sydney.

Agyare, A., G. Murray, R. Rollins, and P. Dearden.  “Conservation in Context: Variability in Desired and Perceived Outcomes of Community Based Natural Resources Governance in Ghana.” World Parks Congress, November, Sydney.

Bennett, N., A. Kadfak, and P. Dearden.  “The Future of Local Conservation: Increasing Social Adaptive Capacity and Ecological Resilience through Community-Based Scenario Planning.” World Parks Congress, November, Sydney.

Dearden, P., N. Bennett, P. Manopawitr, and S. Augustine.  “Enhancing MPA network, coastal community and incentive-based conservation livelihood resilience to climate change in Thailand” World Parks Congress, November, Sydney.

Dearden, P. and S. Augustine.  “Dialogue on Indigenous people and Protected Areas.”  World Parks Congress, November, Sydney.

Rollins, R., E. Aquah, and P. Dearden.  “Concerns and benefits of park adjacent communities at Mole  National Park, Ghana” World Parks Congress, November, Sydney.

Kisingo, A., P. Dearden, R. Rollins, G. Murray, and L. King. “Governance in Protected Areas in the Serengeti Ecosystem, Tanzania.” World Parks Congress, November, Sydney

2013

Dearden, P. “The Big Picture” Presentation at Groundswell Panel Presentation, Faculty of Social Science, March.

Dearden, P. and Bennett, N.  Community perspectives on the impacts of climate change in coastal communities in western Thailand. International Marine Symposium, Plymouth UKApril 8-12,

Bentz, J. and P. Dearden.  Strategies for marine wildlife tourism in small islands – the case of the Azores. International Marine Symposium, Plymouth UK, April 8-12.

Dearden, P. and P. Manopawitr.  Building ecosystem resilience through transboundary spatial planning to improve coral reef conservation in the Andaman Sea. International Marine Symposium, Plymouth UK, April 8-12.

Dearden, P.  Marine protected areas and marine mammal conservation in Southeast Asia. Invited opening address, Marine protected areas and marine mammal conservation in Southeast Asia Workshop, Southeast Asia Marine Mammal Symposium III, Langkawi, Malaysia, February 2013.

Bennett, N., P. Dearden, and A. Peredo.  Coastal communities and the cross roads of climate change and economic globalisation on the Andaman coast of Thailand. Annual Meeting, Association of American Geographers, Los Angeles, April.

Kisingo, A.W., P. Dearden, R. Rollins, and G. Murray.  Community Evaluation of Protected Area Governance in the Serengeti Ecosystem, Tanzania. Annual Meeting of Environmental Studies Association of Canada, University of Victoria, May.

Downie, B.K., P. Dearden, and L. King.  Environmental Sustainability in Household Livelihood Decision-making: A Preliminary Analysis. Annual Meeting of Environmental Studies Association of Canada, University of Victoria, May.

Masuruli, B., P. Dearden, and R. Rollins. Costs and benefits of the nature-based tourism supply system to communities in the Serengeti Ecosystem, Tanzania. Annual Meeting of Environmental Studies Association of Canada, University of Victoria, May.

Bennett N. and P. Dearden.  The Impacts of Marine Protected Areas on Communities: What Qualitative and Quantitative Perceptions-Based Studies (Do and Do Not) Tell Us About Marine National Park Initiatives in Thailand. Annual Meeting of Environmental Studies Association of Canada, University of Victoria, May.

Acquah, E., P. Dearden, and R. Rollins.  The Impacts of Human-wildlife Interactions on Park Adjacent Communities in Northern Ghana.  Annual Meeting of Environmental Studies Association of Canada, University of Victoria, May.

Roy, S. and P. Dearden.  “Protected Area Policy and Management in Canada an India: What can we learn?” At Engaging Canada: Emerging Priorities for Sustainable Partnerships Symposium. Shastri Foundation. New Delhi. June 1st.

Augustine, S., Dearden, P., and Rollins, R.  Disappearing reefs, disappearing divers?: The sustainability of diving as a conservation tool in a rapidly changing ocean. Canadian Association of Geographers Annual Meeting. St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador. August.

Reshitnyk, L., Dearden, P., and C. Robinson.  Remote sensing of coastal nearshore habitats using a single beam acoustic ground discrimination system: 50kHz or 200kHz? Canadian Association of Geographers Annual Meeting. St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador. August.

Dearden, P. and L. Law.  Landscape Level Ecosystem-Based Management Governance Assessment Framework and its Application to the Muskwa-Kechika Management Area, British Columbia, Canada. World Wilderness Congress, Salamanca, Spain, October.

Dearden, P., Augustine, S., Bennett, N., and Manopawitr, P.  Project IMPAACT: Coral Reefs and Climate Change on the Andaman coast of Thailand. Poster at International Marine Protected Area Congress 3, Marseille, France, October 22-26, 2013.

Bennett, N. and Dearden, P.  Combining governance, management, and local development: Increasing the likelihood of MPA success through re-focusing on inputs. Poster at International Marine Protected Area Congress 3, Marseille, France, October 22-26, 2013.

Bennett, N., Dearden, P., and Chan, K.  Complexity and possibility: The challenges posed to successful marine conservation by multiple interacting social, economic, and biophysical stressors. International Marine Protected Area Congress 3, Marseille, France, October 22-26.

Dearden, P.   Marine Mammals and Marine Protected areas in SE Asia. International Marine Protected Area Congress 3, Marseille, France, October 22-26.

Randall, C., Robinson, L.W., Dearden, P., Murray, G., Rollins, R., and King, L.  Application of landscape-level ecosystem based management governance assessment framework to Southern Gulf Islands, BC:  Some preliminary Findings.  Presentation to BC Protected Areas Research Forum, Thompson Rivers University, December 4.

Dearden, P. and E. Hines.  Marine Mammals and Marine Protected areas in SE Asia: Developing an Action Plan. Marine Mammal Symposium, Dunedin, New Zealand. Dec.

2012

Bennett, N. & Dearden, P. (2012). Adapting to Social but not Environmental Change?: A Case Study of Marine Protected Area Communities on the Andaman Coast of Thailand. Canadian Association of Geographers AGM, Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities, University of Waterloo, May 26-June 1, 2012.

Bennett, N., & Dearden, P. (2012). A History of Change: Using Photovoice to Explore Social and Ecological Change in the Marine Environment. Canadian Association of Geographers AGM, Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities, University of Waterloo, May 26-June 1, 2012.

Dearden, P., Bennett, N., Manopawitr, P., & Augustine, S. (2012). Climate Change and Coral Reefs on Thailand’s Andaman Coast: Preliminary Results. Western Division Canadian Association of Geographers, UBC Okanagan, Kelowna, March 8-10, 2012.

2011

Bennett, N. (2011). From Inputs to Outcomes: What is Required to Achieve the Social, Economic, and Ecological Potential of Marine Protected Areas? International Marine Conservation Congress 2011, Victoria, BC, Canada.

2007

Yasué, M. 2007. Linking behaviour to conservation for waders in the Gulf of Thailand. Invited lecture at Bamfield Marine Station, Vancouver Island, November, 2007.

2006

Yasué, M. 2006. The ecological and social context of shorebird conservation in the Gulf of Thailand. Invited guest lecturer for: Geography of Southeast Asia class in the department of geography, Bamfield Marine Station Seminar Series, Vancouver Island, November, 2006.

Yasué, M. 2006. The breeding ecology and conservation of the Malaysian plover in the Gulf of Thailand. Western sandpiper meeting at Simon Fraser University, December 2006.

Yasué, M. 2006. The potential impacts of tourism development on the habitat availability and productivity of the Malaysian plovers (Charadrius peronii). Student Conference on Conservation Science, Cambridge, November, 2006.

Short, C.J. 2006. Provincial representative at Ecological and Biologically Significant Areas Workshop, Namaino (PBS), BC.

Short, C.J. 2006. Provincial representative at Namgis Marine Monitoring Workshop, Alert Bay, BC.

Short, C.J. 2006. Provincial representative at Committee on Environmental Cooperation (CEC), Ucluelet, BC.

Short, C.J. 2006. Gray Whales and Marine Protected Areas: A multi-trophic level approach to assessing functional ecological association. Presentation at Pacific Ecology & Evolution Conference, Bamfield Marine Science Centre, BC.

Dearden, P., M. Bennett and R. Rollins. 2006. Diving as Ecotourism: Insights on Impacts. Proceedings:   Second International Conference on the Management of Coastal Recreational Resources.   October. Euro-Mediterranean Centre on Insular Coastal Dynamics, University of Malta, Malta pp 345-354.

2005

Short, C.J. 2005. Gray Whales and Marine Protected Areas: A multi-trophic level approach to assessing functional ecological association. Poster presentation at 16th Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals, San Diego, CA.

Short, C.J. 2005. Ecological Connectivity and Boundary Function in Marine Protected Areas: A British Columbia Example. Presentation at Western Division of the Canadian Association of Geographers, Lethbridge, AB.

Short, C.J. 2005. Foraging Ecology, Conservation and Life History of the Gray Whale (Eschrichtius robustus) in Clayoquot Sound, BC. Presentation at Pacific Rim Marine Wildlife Forum, Ucluelet, BC

Dearden, P. and K.N. Topelko. 2005. Establishing criteria for the identification of ecologically and biologically significant areas on the high seas. Background Paper prepared for Fisheries and Oceans Canada Workshop, Ottawa, Ontario, December 5-8 2005.

Leatherbarrow, K., P. Dearden and C. Robinson. 2005. Environmental Impacts of Recreational Boating in the Gulf Islands National Park Reserve of Canada. Puget Sound Georgia Basin Research Conference, Seattle, Washington, USA, March 29-31 2005.

Yasué, M. and P. Dearden. 2005. Linking behaviour to conservation for waders in the Gulf of Thailand. Invited lecture at Bird Conservation Society, Bangkok, March, 2005.

Yasué, M. and P. Dearden. 2005. Multiple approaches to assessing the conservation threats to the Malaysian plover. Symposium of Field Ecology and Restoration, King Mongkut University, Thailand, January, 2005; Student Conference on Conservation Science, Cambridge, March, 2005.

McCallum, D. 2005. Canadian Congress of Leisure Research (May 17 – 20, 2005).  Oral Presentation

McCallum, D. 2005. Puget Sound Georgia Basin Research Conference (March 29 – 31, 2005).  Oral Presentation

Ayers, C., P. Dearden and R.Rollins. 2005. An Exploration of Hul’qumi’num, Coast Salish Indigenous Peoples’ Attitudes Towards the Establishment of MPAs in Georgia Strait, British Columbia, Canada. National Conference, Ocean Management Research Network, Ottawa, October.

Dearden, P. 2005. Determining Ecologically and Biologically Significant Areas on the High Seas. Invited plenary address International Experts Meeting on High Seas EBSAs, Ottawa, December.

Dearden, P. and M. Main. 2005. Impacts of the tsunami on marine conservation in Thailand. Paper presented at Annual Conference, Royal Geographical Society/Institute of British Geographers, London, Aug 31-September 2.

Szaniszlo, W. and P. Dearden. 2005. California Sea Lion ( Zalophus californianus ) and Steller Sea Lion ( Eumetopias jubatus ) interactions with vessels in Pacific Rim National Park Reserve: implications for marine mammal viewing management. Paper presented at 16th biennial conference on the biology of marine mammals, San Diego Ca December 11-16.

2004

Short, C.J. 2004. Foraging Ecology, Behaviour and Distributional Patterns of the Eastern Pacific Gray Whale. Presentation at Gray Whale Foraging Workshop, Whale Research Lab & LGL Limited, University of Victoria, BC.

Yasué, M., W. Cresswell and J. Quinn. 2004. Predation risk at Tyninghame Estuary. Wader Study Group Meeting, Papenburg, Germany, November, 2004.

Canessa, R., T. Sinckler and J. Green. 2004. Progress in Community-based Marine Zoning – Folkestone Park and Marine Reserve, Barbados.  Poster presented at Ocean Zoning Workshop, Halifax NS, May 2004 .

Dearden, P., S. Chettamart, M. Bennett, G. Roman and M. Theberge. 2004. Diving and marine protected areas in Thailand: lessons learned. Proceedings: First International Conference on the Management of Coastal Recreational Resources, Oct. 20-23, 2004. Euro-Mediterranean Centre on Insular Coastal Dynamics, University of Malta, Malta, pp. 193-202.

Leatherbarrow, K. 2004. Management of recreational boat anchoring in the Southern Strait of Georgia: Effects of physical disturbance on benthic infauna. Fisheries and Marine Ecosystems: Integrating Science and Management, Crescent Beach, British Columbia, Canada, April 30-May 2 2004.

Rollins, R., and D.E. McCallum. 2004.  Public Perceptions of Environmental Conditions in the Southern Strait of Georgia National Marine Conservation Area.  In: Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Science and the Management of Protected Areas (SAMPAA).  Victoria, BC, May 11-16 2003.

Roman, G. and UNEP. 2004. The Global International Waters Assessment. Poster presented at the 2nd US National Conference on Coastal & Estuarine Habitat Restoration, Seattle, Washington, Sept. 12-15 2004.

Yasué, M. and P. Dearden. 2004. Breeding ecology of the Malaysian plover. Poster at Wader Study Group Meeting, Papenburg, Germany, November, 2004.

Yasué, M. and P. Dearden. 2004. Habitat requirements of the Malaysian plover in the Gulf of Thailand. Presentation at Wader Study Group Meeting, Papenburg, Germany, November, 2004

McCallum, D: (2004) AquaNet IV / Aquaculture Canada (October 2004).  Oral and Poster Presentation

McCallum, D: (2004) International Symposia on Society and Natural Resource Management (ISSRM) (June, 2004).

Yakimishyn, Y.L., C.L.K. Robinson, P. Dearden. 2004. The utility of beach seining for assessing fish diversity in eelgrass beds of Pacific Coastal National Park Reserves. Managing Protected Areas in a Changing World, Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Science and Management of Protected Areas.

Dearden, P., S. Chettamart, M. Bennett, G. Roman and M. Theberge 2004 Diving and marine protected areas in Thailand: lessons learned. Proceedings: First International Conference on the Management of Coastal Recreational Resources. October. Euro-Mediterranean Centre on Insular Coastal Dynamics, University of Malta Malta pp 193-202.

Hines, E, P. Dearden and D.Duffus 2004 Dugongs in Trang Province, Thailand: Recommendations for a Conservation Strategy. In Making Ecosystem-Based Management Work. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Science and Management of Protected Areas, Victoria, BC, May, 2003. Wolfville, Nova Scotia: Science and Management of Protected Areas Association edited by Munro N.W.P., Willison, J.H. M, Herman, TB., Beazley, K, Dearden, P (CD)

Roman, G and P. Dearden 2004 Zoning to Mitigate the Impacts of Recreation on Coral reefs: A Case Study of Ko Chang National Marine Park, Thailand. In Making Ecosystem-Based Management Work. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Science and Management of Protected Areas, Victoria, BC, May, 2003. Wolfville, Nova Scotia: Science and Management of Protected Areas Association edited by Munro N.W.P., Willison, J.H. M, Herman, TB., Beazley, K, Dearden, P (CD)

2003

Short, C.J. 2003. Gray Whale Research in Clayoquot Sound, BC. Presentation at Rainforest Interpretive Centre, Tofino, BC.

Yasué, M. 2003. Redshanks in Tyninghame estuary. Invited Lecture at Behavioural Ecology Group, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, November, 2003.

Munro, N.W.P., J.H.M. Willison,  T.B. Herman, K. Beazley andP. Dearden (eds).  2003. Making Ecosystem-Based Management Work. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Science and Management of Protected Areas, Victoria, BC, May, 2003.  Wolfville, Nova Scotia: Science and Management of Protected Areas Association.

Canessa, R. 2003. Building an Ecosystem-based Management Plan for the Proposed Bowie Seamount MPA. Presented at the 5th SAMPAA Conference, Victoria, BC, May 2003.

Canessa, R. 2003. Implementing GIS for coastal management in British Columbia. Paper presented at CoastGIS 03 Conference, Genoa, Italy, October 2003.

Canessa, R. 2003. Information Tools for Integrated Coastal Management. Presented at Clayoquot Symposium, Tofino, BC, November 2003.

Canessa, R. 2003. MPA Research Priorities. Presented at MPA Working Group Workshop at OMRN National Conference, Ottawa, ON, November 2003.

McCallum, D. 2003.  AquaNet III (October, 2003).  Oral Presentation

McCallum, D. 2003.  5th Annual Conference on Research in BC University Colleges (2003).  Perceptions Concerning Shellfish Aquaculture in a Marine Tourism Landscape.  Poster Presentation

McCallum, D. 2003. Science and the Management of Protected Areas Association (SAMPAA) Conference (2003).  BC Processes and Planning Case Studies.  Oral Presentation

McCallum, D. 2003. AquaNet II (September, 2002).  Poster Presentation

2002

Yasué, M. 2002. Redshank microhabitat choice trading off predation risk and starvation risk at Tyninghame estuary, Scotland. Conference Presentation for Waterbird’s Society, Madison, USA, November, 2002.

2001

Robinson, C.L.K. 2001. Monitoring the ocean climate of coastal regions adjacent to Pacific Rim and Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserves.  In Bondrup-Nielsen et al (eds) 2001, Managing Protected Areas in a Changing World, Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Science and Management of Protected Areas.

Tomascik, T., C.L.K. Robinson and A. Solomon. 2001. The Ecological Effectiveness of Temperate Marine Protected Areas: in search of empirical evidence. In Bondrup-Nielsen et al (eds) 2001, Managing Protected Areas in a Changing World, Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Science and Management of Protected Areas.

Before 2000

Canessa, R. and C.P. Keller. 1994. Evaluating data quality for coastal planning. Paper presented at the Association of American Geographer 1994 meeting, San Francisco, March 1994.

Duffus, D. and P. Dearden. 1992. Managing Ocean Wildlife: a Case Study of Recreational Use and Management of Killer whales (Orcinus orca) on Canada’s Pacific Coast.  In The Ocean Change: Management Patterns and the Environment Proceedings of the Commission on Marine Geography Meeting held at Huelva, Spain (ed. by J.L. Suarez de Vivero), Seville University. pp. 189-196.

Rollins, R. & M. Godbout (1990). Changes in Self Concept From A Winter Adventure Education Program.      Abstract published in Proceedings of Commonwealth and International Conference on Physical Education, Sport, Health, Dance, Recreation, and Leisure, Aukland, New Zealand.

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