Dr Kate Watermeyer

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Position

Visitor

Faculty

Faculty of Sci Eng & Built Env

Department

School of Life & Env Sciences

Campus

Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus

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2021

Using decision science to evaluate global biodiversity indices

K Watermeyer, G Guillera-Arroita, P Bal, M Burgass, L Bland, B Collen, C Hallam, L Kelly, M McCarthy, T Regan, S Stevenson, B Wintle, E Nicholson

(2021), Vol. 35, pp. 492-501, Conservation Biology, United States, C1

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Matching biodiversity indicators to policy needs

S Stevenson, K Watermeyer, G Caggiano, E Fulton, S Ferrier, E Nicholson

(2021), Vol. 35, pp. 522-532, Conservation Biology, United States, C1

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Three Key considerations for biodiversity conservation in multilateral agreements

M Burgass, C Larrosa, D Tittensor, W Arlidge, H Caceres, A Camaclang, S Hampton, C McLaverty, E Nicholson, V Muposhi, C Pinto, J Rowland, S Stevenson, K Watermeyer, E Milner-Gulland

(2021), Vol. 14, Conservation Letters, C1

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Scientific foundations for an ecosystem goal, milestones and indicators for the post-2020 global biodiversity framework

E Nicholson, K Watermeyer, J Rowland, C Sato, S Stevenson, A Andrade, T Brooks, N Burgess, S Cheng, H Grantham, S Hill, D Keith, M Maron, D Metzke, N Murray, C Nelson, D Obura, A Plumptre, A Skowno, J Watson

(2021), Vol. 5, pp. 1338-1349, Nature Ecology and Evolution, England, C1

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2018

A frame-based modelling approach to understanding changes in the distribution and abundance of sardine and anchovy in the southern Benguela

K Watermeyer, A Jarre, L Shannon, P Mulumba, J Botha

(2018), Vol. 371, pp. 1-17, Ecological modelling, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1-1

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Assessing risks to marine ecosystems with indicators, ecosystem models and experts

L Bland, K Watermeyer, D Keith, E Nicholson, T Regan, L Shannon

(2018), Vol. 227, pp. 19-28, Biological conservation, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

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Untangling a Gordian knot that must not be cut: social-ecological systems research for management of southern Benguela fisheries

A Jarre, L Shannon, R Cooper, G Duggan, L Gammage, E Lockerbie, E McGregor, S Ragaller, N Visser, C Ward, K Watermeyer, F Weller, R Ommer

(2018), Vol. 188, pp. 149-159, Journal of marine systems, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1-1

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2016

Patterns of distribution and spatial indicators of ecosystem change based on key species in the Southern Benguela

K Watermeyer, L Hutchings, A Jarre, L Shannon

(2016), Vol. 11, pp. 1-22, PLoS one, San Francisco, Calif., C1-1

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2015

Ecosystem change in the southern Benguela and the underlying processes

L Blamey, L Shannon, J Bolton, R Crawford, F Dufois, H Evers-King, C Griffiths, L Hutchings, A Jarre, M Rouault, K Watermeyer, H Winker

(2015), Vol. 144, pp. 9-29, Journal of marine systems, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1-1

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2013

Reviewing evidence of marine ecosystem change off South Africa

C Moloney, S Fennessy, M Gibbons, A Roychoudhury, F Shillington, B von der Heyden, K Watermeyer

(2013), Vol. 35, pp. 427-448, African journal of marine science, Abingdon, Eng., C1-1

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2010

Changes in food web structure under scenarios of overfishing in the southern Benguela: Comparison of the Ecosim and OSMOSE modelling approaches

M Travers, K Watermeyer, L Shannon, Y-J Shin

(2010), Vol. 79, pp. 101-111, Journal of Marine Systems, C1-1

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2008

Changes in the trophic structure of the northern Benguela before and after the onset of industrial fishing

K Watermeyer, L Shannon, J-P Roux, C Griffiths

(2008), Vol. 30, pp. 383-403, African journal of marine science, C1-1

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Funded Projects at Deakin

Industry and Other Funding

Strengthening the Evidence Base for Integration and Application of the IUCN Red List of Ecosystems (RLE) into Decision-making - P02687.

Prof Emily Nicholson, Dr Kate Watermeyer

International Union for Conservation of Nature

  • 2019: $15,162

Supervisions

No completed student supervisions to report