Sebastian Ferse
Sebastian Ferse
Senior Scientist, Leibniz Centre for Tropical Marine Research Bremen
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Bright spots among the world’s coral reefs
JE Cinner, C Huchery, MA MacNeil, NAJ Graham, TR McClanahan, ...
Nature 535 (7612), 416-419, 2016
Coral restoration–A systematic review of current methods, successes, failures and future directions
L Boström-Einarsson, RC Babcock, E Bayraktarov, D Ceccarelli, N Cook, ...
PloS one 15 (1), e0226631, 2020
Global human footprint on the linkage between biodiversity and ecosystem functioning in reef fishes
C Mora, O Aburto-Oropeza, AA Bocos, PM Ayotte, S Banks, AG Bauman, ...
PLoS Biology 9 (4), e1000606, 2011
Mapping coral reefs using consumer-grade drones and structure from motion photogrammetry techniques
E Casella, A Collin, D Harris, S Ferse, S Bejarano, V Parravicini, ...
Coral Reefs 36, 269-275, 2017
Gravity of human impacts mediates coral reef conservation gains
JE Cinner, E Maire, C Huchery, MA MacNeil, NAJ Graham, C Mora, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (27), E6116-E6125, 2018
Allies, not aliens: increasing the role of local communities in marine protected area implementation
SCA Ferse, MM Costa, KS Manez, DS Adhuri, M Glaser
Environmental Conservation 37 (1), 23-34, 2010
Sustainable Livelihoods Approach in tropical coastal and marine social–ecological systems: A review
D Ferrol-Schulte, M Wolff, S Ferse, M Glaser
Marine policy 42, 253-258, 2013
A revolution without people? Closing the people–policy gap in aquaculture development
G Krause, C Brugere, A Diedrich, MW Ebeling, SCA Ferse, E Mikkelsen, ...
Aquaculture 447, 44-55, 2015
Whose sustainability? Top–down participation and emergent rules in marine protected area management in Indonesia
M Glaser, W Baitoningsih, SCA Ferse, M Neil, R Deswandi
Marine policy 34 (6), 1215-1225, 2010
The history of Makassan trepang fishing and trade
K Schwerdtner Máñez, SCA Ferse
PLoS One 5 (6), e11346, 2010
Coastal livelihood vulnerability to marine resource degradation: A review of the Indonesian national coastal and marine policy framework
D Ferrol-Schulte, P Gorris, W Baitoningsih, DS Adhuri, SCA Ferse
Marine policy 52, 163-171, 2015
Meeting fisheries, ecosystem function, and biodiversity goals in a human-dominated world
JE Cinner, J Zamborain-Mason, GG Gurney, NAJ Graham, MA MacNeil, ...
Science 368 (6488), 307-311, 2020
Local and regional impacts of pollution on coral reefs along the Thousand Islands north of the megacity Jakarta, Indonesia
G Baum, HI Januar, SCA Ferse, A Kunzmann
PloS one 10 (9), e0138271, 2015
Livelihoods of ornamental coral fishermen in South Sulawesi/Indonesia: implications for management
SCA Ferse, L Knittweis, G Krause, A Maddusila, M Glaser
Coastal Management 40 (5), 525-555, 2012
To cope or to sustain? Eroding long-term sustainability in an Indonesian coral reef fishery
SCA Ferse, M Glaser, M Neil, KS Mánez
Regional Environmental Change 14 (6), 2053-2065, 2014
Marine resource management and conservation in the Anthropocene
S Aswani, X Basurto, SCA Ferse, M Glaser, L Campbell, JE Cinner, ...
Environmental Conservation, 1-11, 2018
Of exploited reefs and fishers–A holistic view on participatory coastal and marine management in an Indonesian archipelago
M Glaser, A Breckwoldt, R Deswandi, I Radjawali, W Baitoningsih, ...
Ocean & Coastal Management 116, 193-213, 2015
A gender lens on women’s harvesting activities and interactions with local marine governance in a South Pacific fishing community
J Rohe, A Schlüter, SCA Ferse
Maritime Studies 17 (2), 155-162, 2018
Patron–client relationships, livelihoods and natural resource management in tropical coastal communities
D Ferrol-Schulte, SCA Ferse, M Glaser
Ocean & Coastal Management 100, 63-73, 2014
Measuring and understanding sustainability-enhancing processes in tropical coastal and marine social–ecological systems
M Glaser, P Christie, K Diele, L Dsikowitzky, S Ferse, I Nordhaus, ...
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 4 (3), 300-308, 2012
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