Professor Nick Graham

Professor

Research Overview

Nick is a Royal Society University Research Fellow and a Chair in Marine Ecology. He tackles large-scale ecological and social-ecological coral reef issues under the overarching themes of climate change, human use and resilience. He has assessed the impacts of climate induced coral bleaching on coral reef fish assemblages, fisheries and ecosystem stability. He has studied the patterns and processes by which degraded coral reefs recover, and how this can be influenced by management. He has worked extensively on the ecological ramifications of fishing and closed area management. Increasingly he works with social scientists linking social-ecological systems for natural resource assessment and management.

Ecological indicators for coral reef fisheries management
Nash, K.L., Graham, N.A.J. 9/03/2016 In: Fish and Fisheries.
Journal article

Habitat Complexity: Coral Structural Loss Leads to Fisheries Declines
Graham, N.A.J. 5/05/2014 In: Current Biology. 24, 9, 3 p.
Editorial