Over 25 peer-reviewed papers and reports have been published on the research carried out within the Lyme Bay Fisheries and Conservation Reserve. Here’s a full list, many of which can be downloaded directly with links to others, which are available via the publisher.
2010 - Rees, S. et al. The value of marine biodiversity to the leisure and recreation industry and its application to marine spatial planning. Marine Policy 34, 868–875. (Full access via publisher).
2012 – Fleming and Jones. Challenges to achieving greater and fairer stakeholder involvement in marine spatial planning as illustrated by the Lyme Bay scallop dredging closure. Marine Policy 36, 370–377. (Full access via publisher).
2014 - Hattam, C. et al. Social impacts of a temperate fisheries closure. Marine Policy 45, 269–278. (Full access via publisher).
2014 - Stevens, T. et al. Monitoring benthic biodiversity restoration in Lyme Bay marine protected area: Design, sampling and analysis. Marine Policy 45, 310-317. (Full access via publisher).
2015 - Rees, S. et al. Socio-economic effects of a Marine Protected Area on the ecosystem service of leisure and recreation. Marine Policy 62, 144–152. (Full access via publisher).
2016 - Rees, S. et al. An evaluation framework to determine the impact of the Lyme Bay Marine Protected Area and the activities of the Lyme Bay Consultative Committee on ecosystem services and human wellbeing. Report to the Blue Marine Foundation.
2018 - Rees, A. et al. The Lyme Bay experimental potting study: A collaborative programme to assess the ecological effects of increasing potting density in the Lyme Bay Marine Protected Area. A report to Blue Marine Foundation and Defra.
2018 - Rees, S. et al. Bridging the divide: social–ecological coherence in Marine Protected Area network design. Aquatic Conservation: Marine & Freshwater Ecosystems 28, 754–763. (Full access via publisher).
2019 - Solandt, J-L. et al. Managing Marine Protected Areas in Europe: Moving from ‘feature-based’ to ‘whole-site’ management of sites. Chapter 9 in Marine Protected Areas, Policy, Science and Management. Published by Elsevier.
2021 - Singer, R and Jones, P. Lyme Bay marine protected area: A governance analysis. Marine Policy 127, May 2021. (Full access via publisher).
2021 – Davies, B. et al. Ecosystem approach to fisheries management works – how switching from mobile to static fishing gear improves populations of fished and non-fished species inside a Marine Protected Area. Journal of Applied Ecology. September 2021.