Scientific publications using Reef Check Australia Data

Making waves: Citizen science for impact. ML. Schläppy, J. Loder, J. Salmond, A. Lea, A.J. Dean and C.M. Roelfsema (2017). Front. Mar. Sci., 16 May 2017 |

Reliability and utility of citizen science reef monitoring data collected by Reef Check Australia, 2002-2015. T.Done, C. Roelfsema, A. Harvey, L. Schuller, J. Hill, M.L. Schläppy, A. Lea, A. Bauer-Civiello, J. Loder (2017). Marine Pollution Bulletin Volume 117, Issues 1-2, Pages 148-155.

A citizen science approach: a detailed ecological assessment of subtropical reefs at Point Lookout, Australia. C. Roelfsema, R. Thurstan, M. Beger, C. Dudgeon, J. Loder, E. Kovacs, J. Flower, K. Gomez Cabrera, J. Ortiz, A. Lea, D. Kleine (2016). PLoS One, 11 (10) (2016)

Status of Coral Reefs of the Pacific and Outlook: 2011.  A. Chin, T. Lison de Loma, K. Reytar, S. Planes, K. Gerhardt, E. Clua, L. Burke, C. Wilkinson

Status of Coral Reefs of the World: 2008. Clive Wilkinson

Evaluating benthic survey techniques for validating maps of coral reefs derived from remotely sensed images. Roelfsema CM, Phinn SR, Joyce KE (2006) 

Combining Landsat ETM and Reef Check for mapping coral reefs: An example from the southern Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Joyce KE, Phinn SR, Roelfsema C, Neil DT, Dennison WC (2004) 

Methods for Ecological Monitoring of Coral Reefs: A Resource for Managers. Version 1. Hill, J. and Wilkinson, C. (2004)

Reef Check Benthic Survey Error: A Case Study on the Great Barrier Reef(2002) Jos Hill thesis at James Cook University.


Please see the Reef Check International website for additional studies using Reef Check data applications.