Johnson, M…. Forster, J., et al (2020) The Marine Knowledge Exchange Network: Insights from an innovative Regional-to-National scale, academic-led Knowledge-to-Impact Network and recommendations for future initiatives. Coastal Management, 48 (4), 308-335.
Turner, R., Forster, J., et al. (2020) Information brokerage in Caribbean coral reef governance networks. Environmental Conservation, 47(4), 284-294.
Forster, J., Vaughn, N., Gough, C. et al. (2020). Mapping feasibilities of Greenhouse Gas Removal: what has been missed? (In press Global Environmental Change).
Barclay, J., Wilkinson, E., White, C., Shelton C., Forster, J. et al. (2019) Historical trajectories of disaster risk in Dominica. International Journal of Disaster Risk Science, 10 (2), 149-165.
Turner, R., Forster, J., Fitzsimmons, C., Gill, D., Mahon, R., Peterson, A., & Stead, S. (2018) Social fit of coral reef governance varies among individuals. Conservation Letters, 11:e12422.
Forster, J., Turner, R., Fitzsimmons, C., Peterson, A., Mahon, R., & Stead, S. (2017) Evidence of a common understanding of proximate and distal drivers of reef health. Marine Policy, 84, 263-272.
Shelton, C., Forster, J. et al. Disaster risk and recovery from hurricane impacts in Caribbean fisheries (in prep, Fish and Fisheries).
Forster, J., Turner, R.A., Fitzsimmons, C., et al. (2017) Evidence of a common understanding of proximate and ultimate drivers of reef health. Marine Policy, 84, 263-272.
Jordan, A.J., Huitema, D., Hilden, M., van Asselt, H., Rayner, T.J., Schoenefeld, J.J., Tosun, J., Forster, J. & Boasson, E.L. (2015) Emergence of polycentric climate governance and its future prospects. Nature Climate Change, 5, 977-982.
Turner, R.A., Fitzsimmons, C., Forster, J., et al. (2014) Measuring good governance for complex ecosystems: Perceptions of coral reef-dependent communities in the Caribbean. Global Environmental Change, 29, 105-117.
Forster, J., Lake, I.R., Watkinson, A.R., & Gill, J.A. (2014) Marine dependent livelihoods and resilience to environmental change: A case study of Anguilla. Marine Policy, 45: 204-212.
Forster, J., Schuhmann, P.W., Lake, I.R., Watkinson, A.R., & Gill, J.A. (2012) The influence of hurricane risk on tourist destination choice in the Caribbean, Climatic Change, 114: 745-768.
Forster, J., Lake, I.R., Watkinson, A.R., & Gill, J.A. (2011) Marine biodiversity in the Caribbean UK Overseas Territories: perceived threats and constraints on environmental management. Marine Policy, 35: 647-657.
Selected book chapters and reports:
Turner, R.A., Gill, D.A., Fitzsimmons, C., Forster, J., Mahon, R., Peterson, A., Stead, S. (2018) Supporting enhancement of stewardship in small-scale fisheries: perceptions of governance among Caribbean coral reef fishers. In: Viability and sustainability of small-scale fisheries in Latin America and the Caribbean, reef fishers. In: Viability and sustainability of small-scale fisheries in Latin America and the Caribbean, MARE Publication Series, 570 pages
Shelton, C., Forster, J., White, C., Conlon, S. (2018) Hurricane impacts on Caribbean fisheries. Report for Cefas under the Commonwealth Marine Economies (CME) Programme, 60 pages.
Jordan, A.J., Huitema, D., van Asselt, H., Forster, J. (eds) (2018) Governing climate change: Polycentricity in Action? Cambridge University Press, 389 pages. Open Access.
Shelton, C., Forster, J., White, C., Conlon, S. (2018) Hurricane impacts on Caribbean fisheries. Report for Cefas under the Commonwealth Marine Economies (CME) 60 pages.
Mumby, P.J….Forster, J….et al. (2014) Towards reef resilience and sustainable livelihoods: A handbook for Caribbean coral reef managers. University of Exeter, Exeter, 172 pages.
Turner R.A., Gill D., Forster J., et al. (2014) Coral reef fisheries in a changing environment: Perceptions of change and livelihood responses. In: Enhancing stewardship in small-scale fisheries: practices and perspectives. McConney, P., Medeiros, R. & Pena, M (eds.). University of the West Indies, 165 pages.
Selected impact, engagement and esteem:
- ‘Building Resilience’ Theme Lead: Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, www.tyndall.ac.uk
- Director Marine Knowledge Exchange Network (MKEN), www.uea.ac.uk/mken
- Innovations in Climate Governance (INOGOV) Network, www.inogov.eu, University of East Anglia, 2014-18: developed communications strategy for 28-country network.
- FORCE project, www.force-project.eu, Barbados, Honduras, St Kitts and Nevis, and Belize Feb 10 – Aug 12: Designed and facilitated consultation meetings at local and national levels on reef-related livelihoods and management, for community members, practitioners and policy makers. Extensive media activities in each country.
- Chelsea Flower Show, London, May 08: Silver medal winner. Co-designed and project-managed Tyndall Centre Climate Change ‘2050 garden: Exploring plants and practices in a changing climate’. Extensive media coverage – print, radio and TV.