PUBLICATIONS

 

Peer-Reviewed
PUBLICATIONS

Browse some of our recent peer-reviewed publications below;

for a full listing check our CVs under People  

 

Browse key reports that our team has led or co-led for key stakeholders and decision-makers worldwide including the World Bank, The Nature Conservancy, Insuresilience Fund and more.


REPORTS

US Geological Survey

2021

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The Social and Economic Benefits of Coral Reef Restoration in Florida

US Geological Survey

2021

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The Social and Economic Benefits of Coral Reef Restoration in Puerto Rico

The Nature Conservancy, Berlin

2021

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Fisheries at Risk Vulnerability of Fisheries to Climate Change

US Geological Survey

2020

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USGS Report Summary: The Value of U.S. Coral Reefs for Risk Reduction

InsuResilience Secretariat, DE

2019

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Insurance and Ecosystem-based Adaptation: Successes,
Challenges and Opportunities.

US Geological Survey

2019

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Rigorously Valuing the Role of U.S. Coral Reefs in Coastal Hazard Risk Reduction

US Geological Survey

2021

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Hurricane Damage to Coral Reefs in 2017 Increases Future Flood Risk in Puerto Rico and Florida

US Geological Survey

2021

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Future Flooding Impacts from Projected Coral Reef Degradation in Florida

InsuResilience Secretariat, DE

2020

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The Value of Reefs for Protecting the Most Vulnerable Populations in the Dominican Republic, Jamaica and Grenada.

World Bank, WA

2019

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Forces of Nature:
Assessment and Economic Valuation of Coastal Protection Services Provided by Mangroves in Jamaica

The Nature Conservancy, FL

2019

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Valuing the Flood Risk Reduction
Benefits of Florida's Mangroves

The Nature Conservancy, MX

2018

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Guidance Document for Reef Management and Restoration to Improve Coastal Protection: Recommendations for Global Applications based on lessons learned in Mexico.