Publications

Selected publications, reports and papers by Dan since 2000

2017

Herr D, von Unger M, Laffoley D, McGivern A. Pathways for implementation of blue carbon initiatives. Aquatic Conserv: Mar Freshw Ecosyst. 2017;27(S1):116–129. Online Publication

Laffoley D, Dudley N, Jonas H, et al. An introduction to ‘other effective area-based conservation measures’ under Aichi Target 11 of the Convention on Biological Diversity: Origin, interpretation and emerging ocean issues. Aquatic Conserv: Mar Freshw Ecosyst. 2017;27(S1):130–137. Online Publication

Laffoley D, Freestone D. A world of difference – opportunities for applying the 1972 world heritage convention to the high seas. Aquatic Conserv: Mar Freshw Ecosyst. 2017;27(S1):78–88. Online Publication

Laffoley D, Lundin C. Introduction. Aquatic Conserv: Mar Freshw Ecosyst. 2017;27(S1):4–5.Online Publication

Le Gouvello R, Hochart L-E, Laffoley D, et al. Aquaculture and marine protected areas: Potential opportunities and synergies. Aquatic Conserv: Mar Freshw Ecosyst. 2017;27(S1):138–150. Online Publication

Muraki Gottlieb, H., Laffoley, D., & Gjerde, K. (editors). 2017. Report of the workshop on Marine Protected Areas in Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction 16 – 17 May, IUCN Headquarters, Gland, Switzerland. Gland, Switzerland: IUCN. 22pp. Online Publication

le Gouvello, R., Laffoley, D., and F. Simard, 2017. Aquaculture and Marine Protected Areas: Exploring Potential Opportunities and Synergies. IUCN, Switzerland. 16 pp. Online Publication


2016

Commonwealth Secretariat. 2016. Alternative Future Visions for the Seychelles Blue Economy. Commonwealth Secretariat, London, 22 pp. Laffoley, D.d’A (Contributing Author). Download Report

Laffoley, D. and Freestone, D. 2016. Part 9. World Heritage in the High Seas: An idea whose time has come. In: Casier, R. and Douvere, F. (Editors) 2016. The Future of the World Heritage Convention for Marine Conservation. Celebrating 10 years of the World Heritage Marine Programme. UNESCO, Paris. World Heritage Papers, 45, pp 123 – 135. Online Publication

Dudley, D.,Day, J., Laffoley, D., Hockings, M. and Stolton. S. 2016. Defining marine protected areas: A response to Horta e Costa et al. Marine Policy, Volume 77, Pages 191-192, ISSN 0308-597X. Online Publication

Laffoley, D. 2016. It is time to respect the ocean. Open_Resource Magazine, Suez, pp23 – 27. Magazine Website. Download Magazine.

Simard, F., Laffoley, D. and J.M. Baxter (editors), 2016. Marine Protected Areas and Climate Change: Adaptation and Mitigation Synergies, Opportunities and Challenges. Gland, Switzerland: IUCN. 52 pp. Online Publication

IUCN and CI Ecuador. 2016. National Blue Carbon Policy Assessment: Ecuador. IUCN, Conservation International Ecuador. 25pp. Online Publication

IUCN and WWF. 2016. National Blue Carbon Policy Assessment: Mozambique. IUCN, WWF. 26pp.. Online Publication

IUCN and Blue Ventures. 2016. National Blue Carbon Policy Assessment: Madagascar. IUCN, Blue Ventures. 28pp. Online Publication

IUCN and CI Ecuador (2016). Mapping of relevant policies and regulations for coastal carbon ecosystem management in 5 countries: From climate change to forestry and coastal marine resource management. Ecuador. IUCN, Conservation International Ecuador. 32pp. Full Report.

IUCN and Blue Ventures (2016). Mapping of relevant policies and regulations for coastal carbon ecosystem management in 5 countries: From climate change to forestry and coastal marine resource management. Madagascar. IUCN, Blue Ventures. 36pp. Summary. Full Report.

Laffoley, D., Lundin, C., and F. Simard. 2016. Aquatic Conservation Special Issue Introduction. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems. Special Issue 26 (Suppl.2): 5-6. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Online Publication

Gjerde, K.M., Reeve, L.L.N., Harden-Davies, H., Ardron, J., Dolan, R., Durussel, C., Earle, S., Jimenez, J.A., Kalas, P., Laffoley, D., Oral, N., Page, R., Ribeiro, M.C., Rochette, J., Spadone, A., Thiele, T., Thomas, H.L., Wagner, D., Warner, R., Wilhelm, A., and G. Wright. 2016. Protecting Earth’s last conservation frontier: scientific, management and legal priorities for MPAs beyond national boundaries. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems. Special Issue 26 (Suppl.2): 45-60. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Online Publication

Nicoll, R., Vick, C., Laffoley, D., Hajduk, T., Zuccarino-Crowe, C., Bianco, M., Russell, S., Flood, K., Parry, L., and K. Keenleyside. 2016. MPAs, aquatic conservation and connecting people to nature. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems. Special Issue 26 (Suppl.2): 142-164. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Online Publication

L. Wenzel, L., Laffoley, D., Caillaud, A., and C. Zuccarino-Crowe. 2016. Protecting the World’s ocean – The Promise of Sydney. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems. Special Issue 26 (Suppl.2): 251-255. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Online Publication

Laffoley, D. & Baxter, J. M. (editors). 2016. Explaining ocean warming: Causes, scale, effects and consequences. Gland, Switzerland: IUCN. 456 pp. Abstract Online Publication

J. Fitzsimons, and G. Wescott (eds). Foreward by T. Winton, I. Anderson, and D. Laffoley. 2016. Big, Bold and Blue: Lessons from Australia’s Marine Protected Areas CSIRO Publishing, July 2016. Publishers Website

Laffoley, D. d’A., and Baxter, J.M. (eds). 2016. Where next with the science of ocean acidification? IUCN, Switzerland, 8pp. Online Publication

D. Freestone, D. Laffoley, F. Douvere, T. Badman. (2016). World Heritage in the High Seas: An Idea Whose Time Has Come. World Heritage Reports 44. July 2016, UNESCO World Heritage Convention. Online Publication

D. Freestone (convenor), H.S.J. Roe, (principal author), Lorna Inniss (Co-Lead Member), D. d’A. Laffoley, K. Morrison, Jake Rice (Lead Member and Editor of Part VI), and T. Trott. (2016). First Global Integrated Marine Assessment, Chapter 50 – Sargasso Sea. Online Publication.
This is part of the full First Global Integrated Marine Assessment/World Ocean Assessment I published by Division for Ocean Affairs and the Law of the Sea, Office of Legal Affairs, United Nations. 2016. Full Report Website


2015

Commonwealth Secretariat. 2015. Analytical desktop study on seabed mapping of The Seychelles’ exclusive economic zone (EEZ). Commonwealth Secretariat, London, 27 pp. Author: Laffoley, D.d’A

J.-P. Gattuso, A. Magnan, R. Billé, W. W. L. Cheung, E. L. Howes, F. Joos, D. Allemand, L. Bopp, S. R. Cooley, C. M. Eakin, O. Hoegh-Guldberg, R. P. Kelly, H.-O. Pörtner, A. D. Rogers, J. M. Baxter, D. Laffoley, D. Osborn, A. Rankovic, J. Rochette, U. R. Sumaila, S. Treyer, and C. Turley. (2015). Contrasting futures for ocean and society from different anthropogenic CO2 emissions scenarios. Science, 3 July 2015, Vol. 349 no. 6243, American Association for the Advancement of Science. Online Publication

Hilmi N., Allemand D., Kavanagh C., Laffoley D., Metian M., Osborn D., Reynaud S. (eds.) (2015). Bridging the Gap Between Ocean Acidification Impacts and Economic Valuation: Regional Impacts of Ocean Acidification on Fisheries and Aquaculture. Gland, Switzerland: IUCN. 136 pages. Online Publication

Laffoley, D. d’A.,and Baxter, J.M. (eds). 2015. The Monaco Ocean Acidification Action Plan. Heralding the next era of action on ocean acidification. 20 pp. In Press – Download Coming Soon

Enkerlin-Hoeflich, Ernesto C., Laffoley, D., et al. (2015). Chapter 22 – IUCN/WCPA Protected Areas Program: Making Space for People and Biodiversity in the Anthropocene, pages 339-350 in (eds) Rozzi, R., Chapin III, F.S., Callicott, J.B., Pickett, S.T.A., Power, M.E., Armesto, J.J., May Jr., R.H. 2015. Earth Stewardship – Linking Ecology and Ethics in Theory and Practice, Springer International Publishing. Online Publication


2014

Baxter, JM. (editor) (Steering Group: Day, J., Ekebom, J., Laffoley, D., Simard, F., Vestergaard, O., Yurick, D. 2014. Building Networks of Marine Protected Areas: new insights from International Marine Protected Areas Congress 3. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems. Special Issue 24 (Suppl.2). John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. 245 pp. Online Article.

Laffoley, D., Baxter, J. M., Thevenon, F. and Oliver, J. (2014). The Significance and Management of Natural Carbon Stores in the Open Ocean. Gland, Switzerland: IUCN. 16pp/124pp. Summary. Full Report.

Laffoley D., Day J., Moore E., and Lefebvre C., (2014) Ministerial Message from Ajaccio. Aquatic Conserv: Mar. Freshw. Ecosyst., 24, pages 6–7. Online Article

González-Rivero M., Bongaerts P., Beijbom O., Pizarro O., Friedman A., Rodriguez-Ramirez A.,Upcroft B., Laffoley D., Kline D., Bailhache C., Vevers R., and Hoegh-Guldberg O., (2014) The Catlin Seaview Survey – kilometre-scale seascape assessment, and monitoring of coral reef ecosystems. Aquatic Conserv: Mar. Freshw. Ecosyst., 24, pages 184–198. Online Article

Laffoley D., Baxter J., Lefebvre C., Sévin M.-A., and Simard F. (2014) Building MPA networks by 2020: IMPAC3 achievements, future challenges and next steps. Aquatic Conserv: Mar. Freshw. Ecosyst., 24, pages 238–245. Online Article

Day A., Laffoley D., Davis J., Jeffrey A., Musard O., and Vick C., (2014) Innovation in communications about marine protection. Aquatic Conserv: Mar. Freshw. Ecosyst., 24, pages 216–237. Online Article

Laffoley, D. 2014. Building the global MPA agenda: The Sydney 2014 World Parks Congress and beyond. Monaco Blue Newsletter #1- June 2014. Online Article

Day, J.C., Laffoley, D. and Zischka, K. (2014). Chapter 20 – Marine Protected Area Management in (eds) Worboys, G.L., Lockwood, M., Kothari, A., Feary, S. and Pulsford, I. (2014) Protected Area Governance and Management, Australian National University Press, Canberra. Online Article

Boucher, J., Garcia_Huidobro, T., Herr, D., Laffoley, D., and K. Podvin. In press. Panama and Columbia Blue Carbon Preparedness – The Action Plan. IUCN, Switzerland.

Sandwith, T., Enkerlin, E., Laffoley, D., et al. 2014. The Promise of Sydney: An Editorial Essay Parks, Vol. 20.1 Download

RAC/SPA, 2014. Guidelines to improve the implementation of the Mediterranean Specially Protected Areas network and connectivity between Specially Protected Areas. By Dan Laffoley. Ed. RAC/SPA, Tunis. 32pp. Online Article (English). Online Article (French).

Earle S., & Laffoley. In press. Big, blue and beautiful – why exploring and valuing the blue heart of the planet is the key to future wealth, health and happiness. The Marine Biologist. The Marine Biological Association of the UK.

Commonwealth Secretariat. In press. Desk-Top Study of Seabed Mapping of the Mascarene Plateau. Commonwealth Secretariat, London, 27 pp. Author: Laffoley, D.d’A

Commonwealth Secretariat. In press. Key international ocean governance partnerships and initiatives available to small island developing states (SIDS). Commonwealth Secretariat, London, 18 pp. Author: Laffoley, D.d’A

Laffoley, D.d’A., Prior, S., Gjerde, K. & Roe, H. In press. A strategic assessment of the risks posed by shipping to the Sargasso Sea and evidence of impacts. Sargasso Sea Alliance, 21pp.

MCCIP (2013). Climate change and the marine leisure industry: adapting to a changing world. (Eds. Buckley PJ, Bayliss-Brown GA, Cox M, Laffoley D, Withers Harvey N and Wright JP) Climate Smart Working Report Card, MCCIP, Lowestoft, 12pp. Download


2013

IUCN Niger–Delta Panel (2013). Sustainable remediation and rehabilitation of biodiversity and habitats of oil spill sites in the Niger Delta: Main report including recommendations for the future. A report by the independent IUCN–Niger Delta Panel (IUCN–NDP) to the Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria (SPDC). July 2013. Gland, Switzerland: IUCN. xxpp. [Dan is a member of the Independent – Niger Delta Panel] Download

IGBP, IOC, SCOR (2013). Ocean Acidification Summary for Policymakers. Third Symposium on the Ocean in a High-CO2 World. International Geosphere-Biosphere Programme, Stockholm, Sweden. Download

Laffoley, D.d’A. 2013. The management of coastal carbon sinks in Vanuatu: realising the potential. A report to the Government of Vanuatu. Commonwealth Secretariat, London. In Press. Download

Laffoley, D.d’A. 2013. Future Ocean – communicating and conserving the blue heart of the planet. Marine Policy. Published online 6 November 2013. Download

Rogers, A.D., Laffoley, D.d’A. 2013. Editorial, Introduction to the special issue: The global state of the ocean; interactions between stresses, impacts and some potential solutions. International Programme on the State of the Ocean 2011 and 2012 workshops. Marine Pollution Bulletin 74 (2013) 491–494. Download Editorial or View Complete Special Issue on ScienceDirect.

Raphaël Billé R., Kelly, R., Biastoch, A., Harrould-Kolieb, E., Herr, D., Joos, F., Kroeker, K., Laffoley, D., Oschlies, A., & Gattuso, J.P. 2013. Taking Action Against Ocean Acidification: A Review of Management and Policy Options. Environmental Management (2013) 52:761–779. DOI 10.1007/s00267-013-0132-7. Download

Jefferson, R.L., Bailey, I., Laffoley, D.d’A., Richards, P., & Attrill, M.J., 2013. Public perceptions of the UK marine environment. Marine Policy. Download

Laffoley, D.d’A. 2013. A New Approach to Ocean Governance: Practical Ways to Fast Track the Green Economy. London, Commonwealth Secretariat. Download

Rogers, A.D., Laffoley, D., Polunin, N., & Tittensor, D. 2013. Ocean conservation: current challenges and future opportunities. In: Macdonald, D.W., & Willis, K.J. (Eds.). 2013. Key Topics in Conservation Biology. John Wiley and Sons. Download


2012

Day, J., Dudley, N., Hockings, M., Holmes, G., Laffoley, D., Stolton, S. & S. Wells, 2012. Guidelines for applying the IUCN Protected Area Management Categories to Marine Protected Areas. Gland, Switzerland: IUCN. 36pp. Download

Hastings, J., Thomas, S., Burgener, V., Gjerde, K., Laffoley, D., Salm, R., McCook, L. Pet-Soede, L., Eichbaum, W.M., Bottema, M., Hemley, G., Tanzer, J., Roberts, C., Govan, H., Fox, H.E., 2012. Safeguarding the blue planet: six strategies for accelerating ocean protection. Parks, 18.1. IUCN. Download

Herr, D. Pidgeon, E. & Laffoley, D. (eds.). 2012. Blue Carbon Policy Framework: Based on the discussion of the International Blue Carbon Policy Working Group. Gland, Switzerland: IUCN and Arlington, USA: CI. vi+39pp. Download

Laffoley, D.d’A., 2012. Report on the workshop on MPA certification. IUCN, Switzerland, 13 pp. Download

Laffoley, D. d’A., and Baxter, J.M. (eds). 2012. Ocean Acidification: The knowledge base 2012. Updating what we know about ocean acidification and key global challenges. European Project on Ocean Acidification (EPOCA), UK Ocean Acidification Research Programme, (UKOA), Biological Impacts of Ocean Acidification (BIOACID) and Mediterranean Sea Acidification in a Changing Climate (MedSeA). 8pp. Download

Lopoukhine, N., Crawhall, N., Dudley, N., Figgis, P., Karibuhoye, C., Laffoley, D., Miranda Londoño, J., MacKinnon, K., & T. Sandwith. 2012. Protected areas: providing natural solutions to 21st Century challenges. Sapiens, 5.2: Vol.5 / n°2 – IUCN Commissions. Download

Raphaël Billé R., Kelly, R., Biastoch, A., Harrould-Kolieb, E., Herr, D., Joos, F., Kroeker, K., Laffoley, D., Oschlies, A., & Gattuso, J.P. 2012. Ocean acidification – what can we do? Policy Briefs N°17/2012. Iddri, 2012. 7pp. Download

Rogers A.D., & Laffoley., D. 2012. Human interactions with the ocean must quickly become more sustainable. In: Miller DA (Ed.) Current Controversies: Pollution Greenhaven Press, Gale, Cengage Learning.Farmington Hills, Michigan, USA. Pp 140-148.

Laffoley, D. d’A, 2012. Guidance for building MPA networks: Guidelines to improve the implementation of the Mediterranean Specially Protected Areas (SPA) network and connectivity between SPAs. Contract RAC/SPA, 38pp.


2011

Crooks, S., D. Herr, J. Tamelander, D. Laffoley, and J. Vandever. 2011. Mitigating Climate Change through Restoration and Management of Coastal Wetlands and Near-shore Marine Ecosystems: Challenges and Opportunities. Environment Department Paper. 121, World Bank, Washington, DC. Download

Laffoley, D. d’A., and Baxter, J.M. (eds). 2011. Ocean Acidification: Acting on Evidence. Messages for Rio+20. European Project on Ocean Acidification (EPOCA), UK Ocean Acidification Research Programme, (UKOA), Biological Impacts of Ocean Acidification (BIOACID) and Mediterranean Sea Acidification in a Changing Climate (MedSeA). 8pp. Download

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, 71 pp. Download

Rogers, A.D. & Laffoley, D.d’A. 2011. International Earth system expert workshop on ocean stresses and impacts. Summary report. IPSO Oxford, 18 pp. Download

Rogers AD, Sheppard C, & Laffoley D (2011) Seeing the future in oceans past: A warning from the IPSO Ocean Experts. Ocean Challenge 18: 3.

Laffoley, D.d’A.(Ed) 2011. Report on the initial workshop for the formation of the High Seas Alliance. IUCN Gland, Switzerland, 42pp.


2010

Laffoley, D.d.A. & Earle, S. (eds). 2010. Dive in and help protect Planet Ocean. IUCN, Gland, Switzerland. 8 pp. Download

Laffoley, D. & Langley, J. 2010. (editors). The Bahrain Action Plan for marine World Heritage. Identifying priorities for marine World Heritage and enhancing the role of the World Heritage Convention in the IUCN WCPA Marine Global Plan of Action for MPAs in our Oceans and Seas. IUCN, Switzerland. Download

Ocean Acidification Reference User Group (2010). Ocean Acidification: Questions Answered. Laffoley, D. d’A., and Baxter, J.M. (eds). European Project on Ocean Acidification (EPOCA). 24 pp. Download

Tamelander, J., Herr, D & Laffoley D. 2010. Chapter 11. Managing Large Marine Ecosystems for Climate Change Mitigation. In: Sherman, K. 2010. Sustainable Development of the World’s Large Marine Ecosystems During Climate Change. A commemorative volume to advance sustainable development on the occasion of the presentation of the 2010 Göteborg Award. IUCN. Download

Toropova, C., Meliane, I., Laffoley, D., Matthews, E. and Spalding, M. (eds.) (2010). Global Ocean Protection: Present Status and Future Possibilities. Brest, France: Agence des aires marines protégées, Gland, Switzerland, Washington, DC and New York, USA: IUCN WCPA, Cambridge, UK : UNEP-WCMC, Arlington, USA: TNC, Tokyo, Japan: UNU, New York, USA: WCS. 96pp. Download


2009

Laffoley, D.d’A. & Grimsditch, G. (eds). 2009. The management of natural coastal carbon sinks. IUCN, Gland, Switzerland. 53 pp. Download

Laffoley, D.d’A. & Grimsditch, G. (eds). 2009. The management of natural coastal carbon sinks. A short summary. IUCN, Gland, Switzerland. 8 pp. Download

Ocean Acidification Reference User Group (2009). Ocean Acidification: The Facts. A special introductory guide for policy advisers and decision makers. Laffoley, D. d’A, and Baxter, J. M. (Eds.), European Project on Ocean Acidification (EPOCA). 12pp. Download

Oliver, J., Lundin, C.G., & Laffoley, D. 2009. The IUCN Support of Marine Protected Area Sites within Large Marine Ecosystems. In: Sherman, K., Aquarone, M.C. and Adams, S. (Editors) 2009. Sustaining the World’s Large Marine Ecosystems. Gland, Switzerland: IUCN. viii+142p. Download


2008

D. Laffoley, J. Day, J., L. Woods, B. Barr, Marine protected areas. In Dudley, N. and Stolton, S. (eds.). 2008. Defining Protected Areas: An international conference in Almeria, Spain, May 2007. IUCN, Gland, Switzerland, 2008. Online Publication

Gilliland, P.M., & Laffoley, D.d’A. 2008. Key elements and steps in the process of developing ecosystem-based marine spatial planning. In: Douvere, F. & Ehler, C., 2008. Special issue on the role of marine spatial planning in implementing ecosyste-based, sea use management. Marine Policy, 32, 5, 787 – 796. Download

Laffoley, D. d’A., (ed.) 2008. Towards Networks of Marine Protected Areas. The MPA Plan of Action for IUCN’s World Commission on Protected Areas. IUCN WCPA, Gland, Switzerland. 28 pp. ISBN: 978-2-8317-1091-4. Download

Laffoley, D., & Buckley, P. 2008. Connecting science and policy: The UK Annual Report Card on marine climate change impacts. In Poloczanska, E. S., Hobday, A. J. and Richardson, A. J. (eds) ‘In Hot Water: preparing for climate change in Australia’s coastal and marine systems’, proceedings of conference held in Brisbane, 12-14 th November 2007, CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. Download

Laffoley, D., Gjerde, K., & Wood, L. 2008. Progress on marine protected areas since Durban and future directions. Parks, Vol. 17, No. 2., 13 – 22. Download

Mee, L.D., Jefferson, R.L., Laffoley, D.d’A., & Elliott, M. 2008. How good is good? Human values and Europe’s proposed Marine Strategy Directive. Marine pollution bulletin, vol. 56, no2, pp. 187-204. Download

IUCN World Commission on Protected Areas (IUCN-WCPA) (2008). Establishing Marine Protected Area Networks—Making It Happen. Washington, D.C.: IUCN-WCPA, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and The Nature Conservancy. 118 p. Download


2006

LAFFOLEY, D’D’A, BROCKINGTON, S., GILLILAND, P.M. 2006. Developing the concepts of good environmental status and marine ecosystem objectives: some important considerations. English Nature Research report, No 689. Download

Laffoley, D. d’A,. Hawkins, S.J., & Turley, C. 2006. Climate change, surface ocean acidification and their impacts on European seas. In Krause, J.C., von Nordheim, H., & Brager, S. Marine Nature Conservation in Europe. Proceedings of the Symposium held in Stralsund, Germany, 08 May – 12 May 2006. Download


2005

LAFFOLEY, D.d’A., and others. 2005. The MarClim Project. Key messages for decision makers and policy advisors, and recommendations for future administrative arrangements and management measures. English Nature Research Report, No. 671. Download

Mieszkowska, N., Leaper, L., Moore, P., Kendall, M. A., Burrows, M.T., Lear, D., Poloczanska, E., Hiscock, K., Moschella, P.S., Thompson, R.C., Herbert, R.J., Laffoley, D., Baxter, J., Southward, A. J. and Hawkins, S.J. (2005) Marine Biodiversity and Climate Change Assessing and Predicting the Influence of Climatic Change Using Intertidal Rocky Shore Biota. Final Report for United Kingdom Funders. Marine Biological Association Occasional Publications No. 20. Download


2004

Laffoley, D.d’A., Maltby, E., Vincent, M.A., Mee, L., Dunn, E., Gilliland, P., Hamer, J.P, Mortimer, D., and Pound, D. 2004. The Ecosystem Approach. Coherent actions for marine and coastal environments. A report to the UK Government. Peterborough, English Nature. 65pp. Download

Marine Environment: Analytical paper produced for the Prime Minister’s Strategy Unit to support the report Net Benefits – a sustainable and profitable future for UK fishing. Views reported in this paper do not represent Government policy and its findings are not necessarily endorsed or agreed by Government. This paper provides readers with the information and data used by Strategy Unit to arrive at its recommendations. Paper by Dan Laffoley and Mark Tasker. Download


2003

Bull, K.S.E, & Laffoley, D.d’A., 2003. Networks of Protected Areas in the Maritime Environment. A report for the Review of Marine Nature Conservation and the Marine Stewardship process on a stakeholder workshop held in London on 19 June 2003. Peterborough: English Nature Research Report, No 537. 35 pp. Download

Hiscock, K., Elliott, M., Laffoley, D. & Rogers, S. 2003. Data use and information creation: challenges and for marine scientists and for managers. Marine Pollution Bulletin 46: 534 – 541. Download

Laffoley, D.d’A., Burt, J., Gilliland, P ., Baxter, J., Connor, D.W., Davies, J., Hill, M., Breen, J., Vincent, M., and Maltby, E., 2003. Adopting an ecosystem approach for the improved stewardship of the maritime environment: some overarching issues. English Nature, Peterborough, English Nature Research Reports, No. 538. 20pp. Download


2002

Covey, R. & Laffoley, D.d’A. 2002. Maritime State of Nature Report for England: getting onto an even keel. Peterborough, English Nature. Download

Laffoley, D.d’A., Vincent, M., Connor, D.W., Hill, M., & Breen, J., 2002. Strategic goals and objectives for marine nature conservation, and associated indicators. Prepared for the Review of Marine Nature Conservation by English Nature and the Joint Nature Conservation Committee. Peterborough: English Nature Research Report, No 482. 23 pp. Download


2000

Laffoley , D. d’A. 2000. Historical perspective and selective review of the literature on human Impacts on the UK’s marine environment. Prepared by English Nature for the DETR Working Group on the Review of Marine Nature Conservation. Peterbrorough, English Nature Research Report 391. 20 pp. Download

Laffoley , D. d’A, and Bines T. 2000. Protection and management of nationally important marine habitats and species. Prepared by English Nature based on the views of a sample of the members of the DETR Working Group on the Review of Marine Nature Conservation. Peterborough, English Nature Research Report 390. 20 pp. Download

Laffoley , D.d’A, Connor, D.W., Tasker, M. L. & Bines, T. 2000. An implementation framework for the conservation, protection and management of nationally important marine wildlife in the UK. Prepared for the DETR Working Group on the Review of Marine Nature Conservation by English Nature and the Joint Nature Conservation Committee. Peterborough, English Nature Research Report, No 394. 17 pp. Download

Laffoley , D.d’A, Connor, D.W., Tasker, M. L. & Bines, T. 2000. Nationally important seascapes, habitats and species. A recommended approach to their identification, conservation and protection. Prepared for the DETR Working Group on the Review of Marine Nature Conservation by English Nature and the Joint Nature Conservation Committee. Peterborough, English Nature Research Report 392. 17 pp. Download