Rebecca Martone
Rebecca Martone
Province of BC - Marine Plan Partnership
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Mapping cumulative human impacts to California Current marine ecosystems
BS Halpern, CV Kappel, KA Selkoe, F Micheli, CM Ebert, C Kontgis, ...
Conservation letters 2 (3), 138-148, 2009
Harnessing DNA to improve environmental management
RP Kelly, JA Port, KM Yamahara, RG Martone, N Lowell, PF Thomsen, ...
Science 344 (6191), 1455-1456, 2014
Using expert judgment to estimate marine ecosystem vulnerability in the California Current
SJ Teck, BS Halpern, CV Kappel, F Micheli, KA Selkoe, CM Crain, ...
Ecological Applications 20 (5), 1402-1416, 2010
Principles for managing marine ecosystems prone to tipping points
KA Selkoe, T Blenckner, MR Caldwell, LB Crowder, AL Erickson, ...
Ecosystem Health and Sustainability 1 (5), 1-18, 2015
Human impacts and ecosystem services: Insufficient research for trade-off evaluation
ME Mach, RG Martone, KMA Chan
Ecosystem Services 16, 112-120, 2015
Managing small-scale commercial fisheries for adaptive capacity: insights from dynamic social-ecological drivers of change in Monterey Bay
SE Aguilera, J Cole, EM Finkbeiner, E Le Cornu, NC Ban, MH Carr, ...
PLoS One 10 (3), e0118992, 2015
Using ecological thresholds to inform resource management: current options and future possibilities
MM Foley, RG Martone, MD Fox, CV Kappel, LA Mease, AL Erickson, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 2, 95, 2015
The challenges and opportunities in cumulative effects assessment
MM Foley, LA Mease, RG Martone, EE Prahler, TH Morrison, CC Murray, ...
Environmental Impact Assessment Review 62, 122-134, 2017
Persistence of depleted abalones in marine reserves of central California
F Micheli, AO Shelton, SM Bushinsky, AL Chiu, AJ Haupt, KW Heiman, ...
Biological Conservation 141 (4), 1078-1090, 2008
A risk-based framework for assessing the cumulative impact of multiple fisheries
F Micheli, G De Leo, C Butner, RG Martone, G Shester
Biological Conservation 176, 224-235, 2014
A more social science: barriers and incentives for scientists engaging in policy
GG Singh, J Tam, TD Sisk, SC Klain, ME Mach, RG Martone, KMA Chan
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12 (3), 161-166, 2014
Impacts and interactions of multiple human perturbations in a California salt marsh
RG Martone, K Wasson
Oecologia 158 (1), 151-163, 2008
Developing ecosystem indicators for responses to multiple stressors
JL Boldt, R Martone, J Samhouri, RI Perry, S Itoh, IK Chung, M Takahashi, ...
Oceanography 27 (4), 116-133, 2014
Cumulative effects in marine ecosystems: scientific perspectives on its challenges and solutions
CC Murray, ME Mach, R Martone
World Wildlife Fund Canada, 2014
A system‐wide approach to supporting improvements in seafood production practices and outcomes
F Micheli, G De Leo, GG Shester, RG Martone, SE Lluch-Cota, C Butner, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12 (5), 297-305, 2014
Integrating expert perceptions into food web conservation and management
AC Stier, JF Samhouri, S Gray, RG Martone, ME Mach, BS Halpern, ...
Conservation Letters 10 (1), 67-76, 2017
Combined impacts of natural and human disturbances on rocky shore communities
F Micheli, KW Heiman, CV Kappel, RG Martone, SA Sethi, GC Osio, ...
Ocean & Coastal Management 126, 42-50, 2016
Assessment and management of cumulative impacts in California's network of marine protected areas
ME Mach, LM Wedding, SM Reiter, F Micheli, RM Fujita, RG Martone
Ocean & Coastal Management 137, 1-11, 2017
Sea otters homogenize mussel beds and reduce habitat provisioning in a rocky intertidal ecosystem
GG Singh, RW Markel, RG Martone, AK Salomon, CDG Harley, ...
PloS one 8 (5), e65435, 2013
Cascading social-ecological costs and benefits triggered by a recovering keystone predator
EJ Gregr, V Christensen, L Nichol, RG Martone, RW Markel, JC Watson, ...
Science 368 (6496), 1243-1247, 2020
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