List of Project Seahorse Publications

Updated 9 September 2017  (List with ACJ Vincent as author, others pending)
 

REFEREED PUBLICATIONS

Journals
2017

Aylesworth, L., T.L. Loh, W. Rongrongmuang and A.C.J. Vincent. 2017. Approaches to locating cryptic and data-poor marine fishes in a conservation context. Animal Conservation. doi:10.1111/acv.12332

Aylesworth, L., Phoonsawat, R., Suvanachai, P., and A.C.J. Vincent. 2017. Generating spatial data for marine conservation and management. Biodiversity & Conservation 26(2):383-399

Lawson J.M., S.J. Foster and A.C.J. Vincent. 2017. Low bycatch rates add up to big numbers for a genus of small fishes. Fisheries 42(1):19-33.

Selgrath, J.C., S.E. Gergel and A.C.J. Vincent. 2017. Incorporating spatial dynamics greatly improves estimates of fishing pressure: Long-term participatory mapping of coral reef fisheries. ICES Journal of Marine Science. doi.org/10.1093/icesjms/fsx108

Stocks, A. P., Foster, S. J., Bat, N. K., & A.C.J. Vincent. 2017. Catch as catch can: Targeted and indiscriminate small-scale fishing of seahorses in Vietnam. Fisheries Research, 196, 27-33.

Zhang, X., & A.C.J. Vincent. 2017. Integrating multiple data sets with species distribution models to inform conservation of the poorly-recorded Chinese seahorses. Biological Conservation, 211, 161-171.

2016

Cisneros-Montemayor, A., & A.C.J. Vincent. 2016. Science, society, and flagship species: social and political history as keys to conservation outcomes in the Gulf of California. Ecology and Society, 21(2).

Foster, S., S. Wiswedel and A.C.J. Vincent. 2016.  Opportunities and challenges for analysis of wildlife trade using CITES data – seahorses as a case study. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 26(1):154-172. 

Lam, J.T.L., H.J. Koldewey, M. Yasué and A.C.J. Vincent. 2016. Comparing interview and trade data in assessing changes in the seahorse Hippocampus spp, trade following CITES listing. Oryx 50(1): 36-46.

Selgrath, J. C., C. Roelfsema, S.E. Gergel & A.C.J. Vincent 2016. Mapping for coral reef conservation: Comparing the value of participatory and remote sensing approaches. Ecosphere, 7(5).  

2015

Cisneros-Montemayor, A.M, K. West, I.S. Boiro and A.C.J. Vincent. 2015. An assessment of West African seahorses in fisheries catch and trade. Journal of Fish Biology 88(2): 751-759.

Kleiber, D., Harris, L.M. and A.C.J. Vincent.  2015.  Gender and small-scale fisheries: a case for counting women and beyond. Fish and Fisheries 16(4): 547-562. 

Lawson, J.M., S.J. Foster, S.J., Lim, A.C.O., Chong, V.C. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2015. Novel life-history data for threatened seahorses provide insight into fishery effects. Journal of Fish Biology 86(1): 1-15.

Yasué M., A. Nellas, H. Panes and A.C.J. Vincent. 2015. Monitoring landed seahorse catch in a changing policy environment. Endangered Species Research 27:95-111.

2014

Vincent, A.C.J., and J.M. Harris. 2014. Boundless no more. Science 346.6208: 420-421.

Kleiber, D., L.M. Harris and A.C.J. Vincent 2014. Improving fisheries estimates by including women’s catch in the Central Philippines. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 71(5): 656-664

2013

Vincent, A.C.J., Y.J. Sadovy, S.L Fowler and S. Lieberman.  2013.  The role of CITES in the conservation of marine fishes subject to international trade. Fish and Fisheries 15: 563–592. doi: 10.1111/faf.12035

Molloy, P.P., M. Evanson, A.C. Nellas, J.L. Rist, J.E. Marcus, H.J. Koldewey and A.C.J Vincent. 2013. How much sampling does it take to detect trends in coral-reef habitat using photoquadrat surveys? Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, 23(6), 820-837.

Caldwell, I.R. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2013. A sedentary fish on the move: Effects of displacement on long-snouted seahorse (Hippocampus guttulatus Cuvier) movement and habitat use. Environmental Biology of Fishes 96(1): 67-75.

Morgan, S.K. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2013.  Life-history reference points for management of an exploited tropical seahorse. Marine & Freshwater Research. 64(3): 185-200. doi.org/10.1071/MF12171

2012

O’Donnell, K.P., Molloy, P. P., and A.C.J. Vincent. 2012.  Comparing fisher interviews, logbooks, and catch landings estimates of extraction rates in a small-scale fishery. Coastal Management 40(6): 594-611.

Caldwell, I.R. & A.C.J. Vincent. 2012. Revisiting two sympatric European seahorse species:  Apparent decline in the absence of exploitation.  Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 22(4): 427-435

Yasué, M. A. Nellas and A.C.J Vincent. 2012. Seahorses helped drive creation of marine reserves, so what did these protected areas do for the seahorses ?  Environmental Conservation 39(2): 183-193.

Foster, S.J. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2012. Advice in spite of great uncertainty: assessing and addressing bycatch of small fishes with limited data. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 22:639-651. DOI: 10.1002/aqc.2243

2011

Vincent, A.C.J, S.J. Foster and H.J. Koldewey. 2011. Conservation and management of seahorses and other syngnathids. Journal of Fish Biology 78(6):1681-1724

Hansen, G.J.A., N.C. Ban, M.L. Jones, L. Kaufman, H.M. Panes, M. Yasué, and A.C.J. Vincent. 2011. Hindsight in marine protected area selection: A comparison of ecological representation arising from opportunistic and systematic approaches. Biological Conservation 144:1866-1875.

Caldwell, I.R., M. Correia, J. Palma, and A.C.J. Vincent. 2011. Advances in tagging syngnathids with effects of dummy tags on behaviour of Hippocampus guttulatus.  Journal of Fish Biology 78(6):1769-1785.

Kleiber D., L.K. Blight, I.R. Caldwell, and A.C.J. Vincent. 2011. The importance of seahorses and pipefishes in the diet of marine animals. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 21(2): 205-223. 

Pajaro, M.G., M. Mulrennan and A.C.J. Vincent. 2011. Towards an integrated marine protected areas policy: connecting the local to the global. Environment, Development and Sustainability 12(6):945-965.

2010

Molloy, P.P., J.A. Anticamara, J.L. Rist and A.C.J. Vincent. 2010. Frugal conservation: what does it take to detect changes in fish populations ?  Biological Conservation 143(11): 2532-2542.

O’Donnell, K.P., M. G. Pajaro and A.C.J. Vincent. 2010. How does the accuracy of fisher knowledge affect seahorse conservation status? Animal Conservation 13(6): 526-533 [featured article in issue]

O’Donnell, K.P., M. G. Pajaro and A.C.J. Vincent. 2010. Improving conservation and fishery assessments with local knowledge: future directions. Animal Conservation 13: 539-540.[1,2,6] [invited]

Foster, S.J. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2010. Using life history to assess potential for shrimp trawl impacts on small fishes. Journal of Fish Biology 76(10): 2434-2454.

Anticamara, J.A. D. Zeller and A.C. J. Vincent. 2010. Spatial and temporal variation of abundance, biomass and diversity within marine reserves in the Philippines.  Diversity and Distributions 16(4): 529-536.

Perry, A.L, K.E. Lunn and A.C.J. Vincent. 2010. Fisheries, large-scale trade and conservation of seahorses in Malaysia and Thailand. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Systems 20(4): 464-475.

Foster, S.J. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2010. Tropical shrimp trawl fisheries: Fishers’ knowledge of and attitudes about a doomed fishery. Marine Policy 34:437-446.

Pajaro, M.G., M.E. Mulrennan, J. Alder and A.C.J. Vincent. 2010. Developing MPA effectiveness indicators: comparison within and across stakeholder groups and communities. Coastal Management 38(2):122-143. 

Yasué, M., L. Kaufman and A.C.J. Vincent. 2010. Assessing ecological changes in and around marine reserves using community perceptions and biological surveys. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 20(4): 407-418.

2009

Ban, N.C, and A.C.J Vincent. 2009. Beyond marine reserves: exploring the approach of selecting areas where fishing is permitted, rather than prohibited. PLoS ONE 4(7): e6258. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0006258
40.    Ban, N.C, G.J.A. Hansen, M.L. Jones and A.C.J Vincent. 2009. Systematic marine conservation planning in data-poor regions: socioeconomic data are essential.  Marine Policy 33(5): 794-800
41.    Ban, N.C., C. Picard and A.C.J. Vincent. 2009.  Comparing and integrating community-based and science-based conservation approaches to prioritizing marine areas for protection. Conservation Biology 23(4): 899-910.
42.    Lunn, K.E., M. J. Villanueva Noriega, and A.C.J. Vincent. 2008. Souvenirs from the sea: an investigation into the curio trade of echinoderms in Mexico. TRAFFIC Bulletin 22(1):19-32.
43.    Curtis, J.M.R. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2008. Use of population viability analysis to evaluate CITES trade management options for threatened marine fishes. Conservation Biology 22(5):1225-1232
44.    Ban, N.C., C. Picard and A.C.J. Vincent. 2008. Moving towards spatial solutions in marine conservation with indigenous communities.  Ecology and Society. 13(1):32. [online] URL: http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol13/iss1/art32/
45.    Vincent, A.C.J., J.J. Meeuwig, M.G. Pajaro and N.C. Perante. 2007. Characterizing a small-scale, data-poor, artisanal fishery: seahorses in the central Philippines. Fisheries Research 86:207-215.
46.    Marcus, J.E.,  M.A. Samoilys, J.J. Meeuwig, Z. Villongco, and A.C.J. Vincent. 2007. Benthic status of near-shore fishing grounds in the central Philippines, and associated seahorse densities.  Marine Pollution Bulletin 54:1483-1494.
47.    Morgan, S.K. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2007.  The ontogeny of habitat associations in the tropical Tiger Tail seahorse (Hippocampus comes). Journal of Fish Biology 71:701-724.
48.    Samoilys, M.A., K.M. Martin-Smith, B. Giles, B. Cabrera, J. Anticamara, E.O. Brunio and A.C.J. Vincent. 2007. Effectiveness of five small Philippines’ coral reef reserves for fish populations depends on site-specific factors, particularly enforcement history.  Biological Conservation 136:584-601.
49.    Curtis, J.M., J. Ribeiro, K. Erzini, and A.C.J. Vincent. 2007. A conservation tradeoff? Interspecific differences in seahorse responses to experimental changes in fishing effort. Aquatic Conservation 17:468-484
50.    Giles, B.G., Truong, S.K., Do, H.H. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2006. The catch and trade of seahorses in Vietnam. Biodiversity and Conservation 15(6):2497-2513.
51.    Grey, M. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2006. The extent and possible conservation implications of fish use for research, testing, and education in North America.  Aquatic Conservation 16:569-578.
52.    Meeuwig, J.J., H.H. Do, S.K. Truong, S.D. Job, and A.C.J. Vincent. 2006.  Quantifying non-target seahorse fisheries in central Vietnam.  Fisheries Research 81:149-157.
53.    Job, S., D. Buu, and A. Vincent. 2006. Growth and survival of the Tiger Tail Seahorse, Hippocampus comes. Journal of the World Aquaculture Society 37(3):322-327.
54.    Grey, M. A.-M. Blais, B. Hunt and A.C.J. Vincent. 2006. The United States of America’s international trade in fish leather, from a conservation perspective. Environmental Conservation. 33(2):100-108.
55.    Hunt, B. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2006. Scale and sustainability of marine bioprospecting for pharmaceuticals.  Ambio 35(2):57-64.
56.    Curtis, J.M. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2006. Life history of an unusual marine fish: survival, growth and movement patterns of the European long-snouted seahorse Hippocampus guttulatus (Cuvier 1829). Journal of Fish Biology 68:707 – 733.
57.    Martin-Smith, K.M. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2006. Exploitation and trade of Australian seahorses, pipehorses, sea dragons and pipefishes (family Syngnathidae). Oryx 40:1-11 & 40(2):141-151.
58.    Baum, J.K. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2005. Magnitude and inferred impacts of the seahorse trade in Latin America.  Environmental Conservation 32(4):305-319.
59.    Grey, M. A.-M. Blais and A.C.J. Vincent.  2005. Magnitude and trends of marine fish curio imports to the USA. Oryx 39(4):413-420. 
60.    Curtis, J.M. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2005. Distribution of sympatric seahorse species along a gradient of habitat complexity in a seagrass-dominated community. Marine Ecology Progress Series 291:81-91.
61.    Foster, S.J. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2005. Enhancing sustainability of the international trade in seahorses with a single minimum size limit. Conservation Biology 19:1044-1050.
62.    Lourie, S.A., D.M. Green, and A.C.J.Vincent. 2005.  Dispersal, habitat differences and comparative phylogeography of Southeast Asian seahorses (Syngnathidae: Hippocampus). Molecular Ecology 14: 1073-1094.
63.    Martin-Smith, K.M. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2005.  Seahorse declines in the Derwent estuary, Tasmania in the absence of fishing pressure. Biological Conservation 123: 533-545.
64.    Vincent, A.C.J., K.L. Evans, and A. D. Marsden. 2005. Home range behaviour of the monogamous Australian seahorse, Hippocampus whitei. Environmental Biology of Fishes 72(1): 1-12 .
65.    Lourie, S.A. and A.C.J.Vincent. 2004. A marine fish follows Wallace’s Line: the phylogeography of the three-spot seahorse (Hippocampus trimaculatus, Syngnathidae, Teleostei) in Southeast Asia. Journal of Biogeography 31(12):1975-1985.
66.    Pajaro, M., J.J. Meeuwig, B.G. Giles, and A.C.J. Vincent. 2004. Biology, fishery and trade of sea moths (Pisces: Pegasidae) in the central Philippines. Oryx 38(4):432-438.
67.    McPherson, J.M. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2004. Assessing East African trade in seahorse species as a basis for conservation under international controls. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 14(5): 521-538.
68.    Lourie, S.A. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2004. Using biogeography to help set priorities in marine conservation. Conservation Biology.18 (4):1004-1020.
69.    Martin-Smith, K. M., M.A. Samoilys, J.J. Meeuwig, and A.C.J. Vincent. 2004. Collaborative development of management options for an artisanal fishery for seahorses in the central Philippines. Ocean and Coastal Management  47:165-193.
70.    Moreau, M.-A. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2004. Social structure and space use in a wild population of the Australian short-headed seahorse Hippocampus breviceps Peters 1869. Marine and Freshwater Research 55:231-239.
71.    Foster, S.J. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2004. The life history and ecology of seahorses, Hippocampus spp.: implications for conservation and management. Journal of Fish Biology 65:1-61.
72.    Vincent, A.C.J., A.D. Marsden, K.L. Evans, and L.S. Sadler. 2004.  Temporal and spatial opportunities for polygamy in a monogamous seahorse, Hippocampus whitei. Behaviour 141:141-156.
73.    Casey, S.P., H.J. Hall, H.F. Stanley, A.C.J. Vincent. 2004. The origin and evolution of seahorses (genus Hippocampus): a phylogenetic study using the cytochrome b gene of mitochondrial DNA. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 30: 261–272.
74.    Baum, J.K., J.J. Meeuwig and A.C.J. Vincent. 2003.  Bycatch of lined seahorses (Hippocampus erectus) in a Gulf of Mexico shrimp trawl fishery.  Fisheries Bulletin 101(4):721-731.
75.    Wilson, A.B., I. Ahnesjö, A.C.J. Vincent, and A. Meyer. 2003.  The dynamics of male brooding, mating patterns and sex roles in pipefishes and seahorses (family Syngnathidae). Evolution 57(6): 1374-1386.
76.    Vincent, A.C.J. and B.G. Giles. 2003. Correlates of reproductive success in a wild population of Hippocampus whitei.  Journal of Fish Biology 63(2):344-355.
77.    Bell, E.M., J.F. Lockyear, J.M. Schulz, A.D. Marsden and A.C.J. Vincent. 2003.  First field studies of an Endangered South African seahorse, Hippocampus capensis. Environmental Biology of Fishes 67:35-46.
78.    Perante, N.C., M.G. Pajaro, J.J. Meeuwig and A.C.J. Vincent. 2002.  Biology of a seahorse species, Hippocampus comes in the central Philippines.  Journal of Fish Biology 60: 821-837.
79.    Saunders, D.K., J.J. Meeuwig and A.C.J. Vincent. 2002. Freshwater protected areas: strategies for conservation.  Conservation Biology 16:31-40.
80.    Wilson, A.B., A.C.J. Vincent, I. Ahnesjö, A. Meyer. 2001. Male pregnancy in seahorses and pipefishes (Family Syngnathidae): Rapid diversification of the paternal brood pouch inferred from a molecular phylogeny.  Journal of Heredity 92: 159-166.
81.    Wilson, M.J. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2000. Preliminary success in closing the life cycle of exploited seahorse species, Hippocampus spp, in captivity. Aquarium Sciences and Conservation 2:179-196.
82.    Lourie, S.A., J.C. Pritchard, S.A. Casey, T.S. Ky, H.J. Hall and A.C.J. Vincent. 1999. The taxonomy of Vietnam’s exploited seahorses (family Syngnathidae). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 66:231-256.
83.    Vincent, A.C.J. 1997. Trade in pegasid fishes (sea moths), primarily for traditional Chinese medicine. Oryx 31(3):199-208.
84.    Vincent, A.C.J. and L.M. Sadler. 1995. Faithful pair bonds in wild seahorses, Hippocampus whitei. Animal Behaviour 50: 1557-1569.
85.    Vincent, A., A. Berglund and I. Ahnesjö. 1995. Reproductive ecology of five pipefish species in one eelgrass meadow.  Environmental Biology of Fishes 44:347-361.
86.    Vincent, A.C.J. 1995. Trade in seahorses for Traditional Chinese Medicines, aquarium fishes and curios.  TRAFFIC Bulletin 15:125-128.
87.    Vincent, A.C.J. 1995. A role for daily greetings in maintaining seahorse pair bonds. Animal Behaviour 49: 258-260.
88.    Vincent, A.C.J. 1994. Seahorses exhibit conventional sex roles in mating competition, despite male pregnancy. Behaviour 128:135-151.
89.    Vincent, A.C.J. 1994. Operational sex ratios in seahorses. Behaviour 128:153-167.
90.    Vincent, A., I. Ahnesjö and A. Berglund. 1994. Operational sex ratios and behavioral sex differences in a pipefish population. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 34:435-442.
91.    Woodroffe, R. and A. Vincent.  1994. Mother's little helpers - patterns of male care in mammals.  Trends in Ecology and Evolution 9:294-297.
92.    Vincent, A., I. Ahnesjö, A. Berglund and G. Rosenqvist. 1992. Pipefishes and seahorses: are they all sex role reversed ? Trends in Ecology and Evolution 7:237-241.
93.    Clutton-Brock, T.H. and A.C.J. Vincent. 1991. Sexual selection and the potential reproductive rates of males and females. Nature (Lond.) 351:58-60.
94.    Vincent, A.C.J. and R. Clifton-Hadley. 1989. Parasitic infection of the seahorse (Hippocampus erectus) - a case report. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 25(3):404-406.

 (b)    Conference Proceedings

Vincent, A.C.J.  2008. Reconciling fisheries with conservation on coral reefs: the world as an onion.  American Fisheries Society Symposium 49: 587-618.
Perante, N.C., A.C.J. Vincent, and M.G. Pajaro. 1998. Demographics of Hippocampus comes seahorses in Bohol, central Philippines. pp 439-448 in Proceedings of the Third International Conference on the Marine Biology of the South China Sea, Hong Kong 1996.
Vincent, A.C.J. 1997. Sustainability of seahorse fishing. pp 2045-2050 in Proceedings of the 8th International Coral Reef Symposium, Panama, 1996.
Vincent, A.C.J. and M.G. Pajaro. 1997. Community-based management for a sustainable seahorse fishery.  pp 761-766 in Proceedings of the 2nd World Fisheries Congress, Brisbane, 1996 (eds. Hancock, D.A., D.C. Smith, A. Grant, & J.P. Beumer)
Vincent, A.C.J. 1992. Prospects for sex role reversal in teleost fishes. Proceedings of International Ichthyology Congress. Netherlands J. Zool. 42:392-399

(c)    Other

Refereed monograph
Vincent, A.C.J. 1996. The International Trade in Seahorses.  TRAFFIC International, Cambridge, UK. vii + 163 pp.  ISBN 1 85850 098 2

Refereed book chapters
Vincent, A.C.J., A.D. Marsden, and U.R. Sumaila. 2007. The role of globalization in creating and addressing seahorse conservation problems. pp. 184-214 In: Globalization: Effects on Fisheries Resources. W.W. Taylor, M.G. Schetcher, and L.G. Wolfson (eds). Cambridge University Press.
Vincent, A.C.J. 2006. Live food and non-food fisheries on coral reefs, and their potential for management. Pages 183-236 in I.M. Cote and J.D. Reynolds, editors. Coral Reef Conservation. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK.
Sadovy, Y.J. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2002. Ecological issues and the trades in live reef fishes. pp 391-420 In Coral Reef Fishes: Dynamics and diversity in a complex ecosystem. P.F. Sale (ed). Academic Press, San Diego
Vincent, A.C.J. and Y.J. Sadovy. 1998. Reproductive ecology in the conservation and management of fishes. pp 209-245 In: Behavioural Ecology and Conservation Biology. T. M. Caro (ed).  Oxford University Press, NY.

Refereed technical manual
Lourie, S.A., S.J. Foster, E.W. T. Cooper, and A. C. J. Vincent. 2004. A Guide to the Identification of Seahorses.  CITES Technical Manual. ISBN 0 9534693 0 1

Thesis
Vincent, A.C.J. 1990. Reproductive ecology of seahorses. Ph.D. thesis. University of Cambridge [printed and sold as monograph]


2.    NON-REFEREED PUBLICATIONS

(a)    Journals

Vincent, A.C.J. and S.F. Foster. 2017. Setting precedent in export regulations for marine fishes with seahorses. Fisheries 42(1):40-43 [guest column]
Vincent, A.C.J. 2011. Saving the shallows: focusing marine conservation where people might care. Aquatic Conservation 21:495-499 [editorial].
Vincent, A.C.J. 2007. 10 Solutions to Save the Ocean: Good credit risk. Conservation Magazine. Vol. 8, No. 3 [invited]
Vincent, A.C.J. 2007. 10 Solutions to Save the Ocean: Use your thumbs. Conservation Magazine. Vol. 8, No. 3 [invited]

(b)    Conference Proceedings

Conference proceedings edited
Anticamara, J.A., E.R. Guieb, M.G. Pajaro and A.C.J. Vincent. 2007. Proceedings of the Regional Workshop on Marine Protected Areas, Danajon Bank, Philippines. Report to the John D. and  Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation and the International Development Research Centre.
Pajaro, M.G., M.A. Moreau and A.C.J. Vincent (eds.). 2000. Proceedings of the First National Conference-Workshop on The Conservation and Management of Seahorses in the Philippines, Cebu, Philippines, May 1998. Project Seahorse, Cebu, Philippines. 98 pp. ISBN 0-9686503-1-7
Moreau, M.A., H.J. Hall and A.C.J. Vincent (eds.). 2000.  Proceedings of the First International Workshop on the Management and Culture of Marine Species Used in Traditional Medicines.  Project Seahorse, Montréal, Canada. 240pp  ISBN 0-9686503-0-9 [Also published in Chinese as Chuantong Yaoyong Haiyang Shengwu de Guanli he yangzhi Diyijie Guoji Yantaohui Lunwenji]
Lunn, K.E., J.R. Boehm, H.J. Hall, and A.C.J. Vincent (eds.) 1999.  Proceedings of the First International Aquarium Workshop on Seahorse Husbandry, Management, and Conservation. John G. Shedd Aquarium: Chicago, USA. 166 pp ISBN 0-9701035-3-0

Non-refereed conference proceedings
Vincent, A.C.J. and H.J. Koldewey. 2006. An uncertain future for seahorse aquaculture in conservation and economic contexts.  pages 71-84 in Proceedings of the Regional Technical Consultation on Stock Enhancement for Threatened Species of International Concern. Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center. 13-15 July 2005. Iloilo, Panay, Philippines.
Hunt, B. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2005. The use of marine organisms in traditional and allopathic medicine. In Proceedings of Biodiversity Loss and Species Extinctions: Managing risk in a changing world. IUCN World Conservation Forum, 18-20 November 2004, Bangkok, Thailand.
McCorry, D.; Samoilys, M. Bruino, E and Vincent, A.C.J.  2004. Long Term Monitoring of a Seahorse Fishery in Central Philippines.  Abstract volume:  Fourth World Fisheries Congress. May 2-6 2004, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Pajaro, M., A.C.J. Vincent, N. Perante and D. Buhat. 1997. Role of seahorse fishers in community based management of seahorses. Proceedings of the 1st International Conference in Marine Conservation, Hong Kong, 1996: 118 - 126.
Vincent, A.C.J. 1996. Small-scale ecotourism: potential costs and benefits to coastal villages. Report of the Symposium on Indonesian Tourism and Marine Ecology. Jakarta, Indonesia 1996
 
(c) Other

Technical manuals (relying on scholarly knowledge)
Foster, S.J. & A.C.J. Vincent. 2013. Making Non-Detriment Findings for seahorses – a framework, Version 2.0. Project Seahorse, Fisheries Centre, The University of British Columbia. 62 pp.  [First technical support for CITES Parties needing to prove the sustainability of their exports of marine fishes, in this case seahorses.]

Technical report (practical analysis of conservation impacts)
Vincent, AC.J., S.J. Foster and L. Aylesworth. 2013. Draft report on Lung Mei Beach Development, Hong Kong: Independent Expert Review on Findings under Agreement No. PW 1/2013.  Analysis of likely effects of a bathing beach in Hong Kong SAR – and of related mitigation efforts - for populations of spotted seahorses (Hippocampus kuda) in Hong Kong SAR.  Contract for Hong Kong SAR Civil Engineering and Development Department (CEDD). 67 pp.

Volumes of reports edited
Vincent, A.C.J., Giles, B.G., Czembor, C.A., and S.J. Foster. (eds). 2011. Trade in seahorses and other syngnathids in countries outside Asia (1998-2001). Fisheries Centre Research Reports 19(1). Fisheries Centre, The University of British Columbia. 181 pp [ISSN 1198-6727].

Reports
Evanson, M., S.J. Foster, S. Wiswedel & A.C.J. Vincent. 2011. Tracking the international trade of seahorses (Hippocampus species). Fisheries Centre Research Reports. Volume 19 Number 2 ISSN 1198-6727 104 pp.
Baum, J.K. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2011. Seahorse trade in Central America. p. 78-101. In: Vincent, A.C.J., Giles, B.G., Czembor, C.A. and Foster, S.J. (eds.). Trade in seahorses and other syngnathids in countries outside Asia (1998-2001). Fisheries Centre Research Reports 19(1). Fisheries Centre, The University of British Columbia [ISSN 1198-6727].
Baum, J.K. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2011. Seahorse trade in Mexico. p. 57-77. In: Vincent, A.C.J., Giles, B.G., Czembor, C.A. and Foster, S.J. (eds.). Trade in seahorses and other syngnathids in countries outside Asia (1998-2001). Fisheries Centre Research Reports 19(1). Fisheries Centre, The University of British Columbia [ISSN 1198-6727].
Baum, J.K. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2011. Seahorse trade in South America. p. 102-128. In: Vincent, A.C.J., Giles, B.G., Czembor, C.A. and Foster, S.J. (eds.). Trade in seahorses and other syngnathids in countries outside Asia (1998-2001). Fisheries Centre Research Reports 19(1). Fisheries Centre, The University of British Columbia [ISSN 1198-6727].
LaFrance, P. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2011. Seahorse trade in Europe. p.129-137. In: Vincent, A.C.J., Giles, B.G., Czembor, C.A. and Foster, S.J. (eds.). Trade in seahorses and other syngnathids in countries outside Asia (1998-2001). Fisheries Centre Research Reports 19(1). Fisheries Centre, The University of British Columbia [ISSN 1198-6727].
LaFrance, P. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2011. Seahorse trade in the USA and Canada. p.39-56. In: Vincent, A.C.J., Giles, B.G., Czembor, C.A. and Foster, S.J. (eds.). Trade in seahorses and other syngnathids in countries outside Asia (1998-2001). Fisheries Centre Research Reports 19(1). Fisheries Centre, The University of British Columbia [ISSN 1198-6727].
Martin-Smith, K.M. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2011. Syngnathid trade in Australia. p.138-165. In: Vincent, A.C.J., Giles, B.G., Czembor, C.A. and Foster, S.J. (eds.). Trade in seahorses and other syngnathids in countries outside Asia (1998-2001). Fisheries Centre Research Reports 19(1). Fisheries Centre, The University of British Columbia [ISSN 1198-6727].
Martin-Smith, K.M. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2011. Syngnathid trade in New Zealand. p.166-175. In: Vincent, A.C.J., Giles, B.G., Czembor, C.A. and Foster, S.J. (eds.). Trade in seahorses and other syngnathids in countries outside Asia (1998-2001). Fisheries Centre Research Reports 19(1). Fisheries Centre, The University of British Columbia [ISSN 1198-6727].
Martin-Smith, K.M. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2011. Syngnathid trade in the South Pacific. p.176-181. In: Vincent, A.C.J., Giles, B.G., Czembor, C.A. and Foster, S.J. (eds.). Trade in seahorses and other syngnathids in countries outside Asia (1998-2001). Fisheries Centre Research Reports 19(1). Fisheries Centre, The University of British Columbia [ISSN 1198-6727].
McPherson, J.M. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2011. Trade in seahorses and other syngnathids in Africa. p.7-38. In: Vincent, A.C.J., Giles, B.G., Czembor, C.A. and Foster, S.J. (eds.). Trade in seahorses and other syngnathids in countries outside Asia (1998-2001). Fisheries Centre Research Reports 19(1). Fisheries Centre, The University of British Columbia [ISSN 1198-6727].

Policy briefing documents
IUCN. 2016. Implementing Appendix II listings for marine fishes – important considerations when making non-detriment findings. Information Document for the 17th Meeting of the CITES Conference of the Parties. CoP17 Inf. 52. 10 pp. (prepared by Foster, S.J. and A.C.J. Vincent.)
IUCN. 2016. Assisting parties to meet their commitments: CITES Review of Significant Trade for seahorses (Hippocampus spp.), a taxon traded in high volumes. Information Document for the 17th Meeting of the CITES Conference of the Parties. CoP17 Inf. 53. 10 pp. (prepared by Foster, S.J. and A.C.J. Vincent).
IUCN and FAO. 2016. Simple is good: moving toward pragmatic and effective monitoring to support CITES implementation for marine fishes and invertebrates on Appendix II. Information Document for the 17th Meeting of the CITES Conference of the Parties. CoP17 Inf. 65. 7 pp. (prepared by Aylesworth, L., S.J. Foster, K. Friedman and A.C.J. Vincent).
IUCN. 2016. Implementation of CITES Appendix II listings for marine fishes. Information Document for the 17th Meeting of the CITES Conference of the Parties. CoP17 Inf. 65. 5 pp. (prepared by Vincent, A.C.J, S.J. Foster, S. Lieberman, Y. Sadovy, Y. and S. Fowler).
Vincent, A.C.J., Sadovy, Y.J., Fowler, S.L. and Lieberman, S. 2013. The role of CITES in the conservation of marine fishes subject to international trade. http://www.cites.org/eng/cop/16/inf/E-CoP16i-41.pdf [This briefing and the Spanish and French equivalents (http://www.cites.org/esp/cop/16/inf/S-CoP16i-41.pdf & http://www.cites.org/fra/cop/16/inf/F-CoP16i-41.pdf) were distributed at CITES CoP16 and influenced the final decision to begin regulating exports of five species of sharks an all manta rays, globally.]
Hippocampus spp. A report to the CITES Secretariat, Geneva, Switzerland. Project Seahorse, Vancouver, Canada. pp.82
Morgan, S.K. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2005. Summary version: Measuring for management of the international trade in seahorses, Hippocampus spp. A report to the CITES Secretariat, Geneva, Switzerland. Project Seahorse, Vancouver, Canada. pp.10
Vincent, A.C.J. 2004. Challenges with implementing the CITES Appendix II listing for seahorses (Hippocampus spp).  Briefing to FAO expert consultation on Implementation issues related to listing commercially-exploited aquatic species on CITES Appendices.  Rome, 25-28 May 2004. [prepared with S.J. Foster and A. McCue]
Vincent, A.C.J. 2004.  Universal minimum size limit for seahorses. Report of the Syngnathid Working Group of the CITES Animals Committee.  For the 20th Meeting of the CITES Animals Committee, Johannesburg, 29 March-2 April 2004.
Vincent, A.C.J. and B.G. Giles. 2004. International trade in syngnathids.  International workshop on seahorse fisheries management. Mazatlán (Mexico), 3-5 February 2004. 36 pp. 
Vincent, A.C.J. and B.G. Giles. 2004. Syngnathid trade – a summary. International workshop on seahorse fisheries management. Mazatlán (Mexico), 3-5 February 2004. 2 pp.
Project Seahorse. 2003. Toward a standardised taxonomy for seahorses, genus Hippocampus.  For the 3rd meeting of the CITES Nomenclature Committee, Geneva, Switzerland, August 2003 (NC 3 Doc. 5) prepared by S.J. Foster and A.C.J. Vincent].
Vincent, A.C.J.  2003.  Universal minimum size limit for seahorses. Report of the Syngnathid Working Group of the CITES Animals Committee.  For the 19th Meeting of the CITES Animals Committee, Geneva, Switzerland, 18-21 August 2003 [prepared with S.J. Foster]
Pew Marine Conservation Fellows. 2003. (1) Action for the Ocean: Fishing and (2) Action for the Ocean: Marine Protected Areas. [Action statements drafted by committee, co-ordinated by A.C.J. Vincent and H. Marsh, for public dissemination.]
CITES Animals Committee.  2002. Doc. 43: Conservation of Seahorses and other members of the family Syngnathidae.  Discussion document for the 12th meeting of the Conference of the Parties to CITES.  Santiago, Chile.  3-15 November 2002. 18 pp. [prepared by A.C.J. Vincent, chair of the CITES Animals Committee Syngnathid Working Group.] 
Project Seahorse.  2002. Regulating the international trade in seahorses: a Project Seahorse position statement. Briefing document for the 12th meeting of the Conference of the Parties to CITES.  2 pp. [prepared by A.C.J. Vincent, Director of Project Seahorse]
Vincent, A.C.J.  2002. Critique of US proposal (Prop 12.37) to list all seahorses (genus Hippocampus) on Appendix II of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES).  Review comments to IUCN (The World Conservation Union) Species Survival Commission.
Vincent, A.C.J.  2002. Technical workshop on seahorses and other members of the family Syngnathidae. Cebu (Philippines), 27-29 May 2002. Workshop report to the CITES Animals Committee. 4 pp.
Vincent, A.C.J. and B.G. Giles. 2002. International trade in syngnathids.  Technical workshop on seahorses and other members of the family Syngnathidae. Cebu (Philippines), 27-29 May 2002. 36 pp. 
Vincent, A.C.J. and B.G. Giles. 2002. Syngnathid trade – a summary.  Technical workshop on seahorses and other members of the family Syngnathidae. Cebu (Philippines), 27-29 May 2002. 2 pp.
Vincent, A. 2002. Report of the Syngnathid Working Group of the CITES Animals Committee.  For the 18th Meeting of the CITES Animals Committee, San Jose, Costa Rica, 8-12 April 2002
Vincent, A. 2001. Report of the Syngnathid Working Group of the CITES Animals Committee.  For the 17th Meeting of the CITES Animals Committee, Hanoi, Vietnam, 30 July-3 August 2001
Vincent, A. 2001.  Rationale for a SSC Salmonid Specialist  Group.  IUCN briefing
Vincent, A. with A. Perry and J.J. Meeuwig (for Project Seahorse). 2000. Conservation of Seahorses and other members of the Family Syngnathidae: Suggestions from Project Seahorse.  For the 16th Meeting of the CITES Animals Committee, Shepherdstown, West Virginia, USA, 11-15 December 2000 [Led to my appointment as Chair of the Syngnathid Working Group.]
Perry, A. and A. Vincent (for Project Seahorse). 1999. Conservation of non-food fisheries on coral reefs. Submission to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for the U.S. Coral Reef Task Force. 10 December 1999. 12 pp.
Vincent, A. (for Project Seahorse). 1999. Seahorses and CITES: discussion but no listing in 2000.  Submission to the U.S. and Australian CITES Scientific Authorities. July 1999. 7 pp.  [Resulted in discussion document for CITES XIth Conference of the Parties]
Vincent, A. (for Project Seahorse). 1999. Proposed species listings at the workshop on Threatened Australian Marine & Estuarine Fishes.  27 September 1999 [This large package of briefing documents contributed to a re-assessment of Australian syngnathids, much in line with Project Seahorse suggestions.]
Vincent, A.C.J. (Vincent, A.C.J. and Hall, H.J.) 1999. Executive Summary of the International workshop on "The management and culture of marine species used in traditional medicines"  Cebu, Philippines, 5-9 July 1998. 5 pp
Innis, S. and A. Vincent. 1999. Bycatch and conservation issues.  IUCN/SSC internal discussion document.

Working papers
Cisneros-Montemayor, A.M. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2015. Make haste, but avoid rush, to save flagship species: a case study from the Gulf of California. Fisheries Centre Working Paper 97. 28 pp.
Curtis, J.M. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2008. Using population viability analysis to evaluate CITES trade management options for threatened marine fish. Fisheries Centre Working Paper #2008-1, The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C., Canada. [Available at www.fisheries.ubc.ca/publications/working/index.php] 
Samoilys M.A., K.M. Martin-Smith, B.G. Giles, B. Cabrera, J.A. Anticamara, E.O. Brunio, and A.C.J.  Vincent. 2006.  Fish responses over seven years in five coral reef reserves in the central Philippines. Fisheries Centre Working Paper #2006-10. The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C., Canada [Available at http://www.fisheries.ubc.ca/publications/working/series4.pdf].
Vincent, A.C.J., A.D. Marsden and U.R. Sumaila. 2005. Possible contributions of globalization in creating and addressing seahorse conservation problems. Fisheries Centre Working Paper #2005-04, The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C., Canada [Available at http://www.fisheries.ubc.ca/publications/working/series4.pdf]. 

Other professional contributions
Morgan, S.K., J.M.R. Curtis and A.C.J. Vincent. 2008. Axes of excellence: a role for students as community-engaged scholars. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 6: 105-106.
Samoilys M.A., Vincent, A., Anticamara, J., Giles, B., and Brunio, E.O. 2003. Monitoring Responses To Marine Protected Areas.  Proceedings of the Second International Tropical Marine Ecosystems Management Symposium, Manila. March 24-27, 2003 [short report]
Fritzsche, R.A. and A. Vincent. 2002.  Family Syngnathidae: Pipefishes and seahorses. Pp 1221-1225 In: K. Carpenter (ed.)  FAO Species Identification Sheets for Fishery Purposes. The living marine resources of the Western Central Atlantic. FAO, United Nations.  Rome. [published in 2003]
Hudson, E.J. + 9 others including Vincent, A. 1997. Threatened fish ?  Initial guidelines for applying the IUCN Red List criteria to marine fishes.  IUCN, Gland.
Hudson, E.J. + 9 others including Vincent, A. 1997. Applying the IUCN Red List criteria to marine fishes: a summary of initial guidelines. Species 28:18-19.
Vincent, A.C.J. and H.J. Hall. 1996. The threatened status of marine fishes.  Trends in Ecology and Evolution. 11:360-361.
Pajaro, M.G. and A.C.J. Vincent. 1996. Seahorse conservation in the central Philippines: a community-based approach. Sea Wind 10(4):7-12.
Vincent, A. and A. Clarke. 1995. Diversity in the marine environment.  Trends in Ecology and Evolution 10: 55-56.
Vincent, A. 1995. Seahorse conservation and traditional Chinese medicine.  Abstracts of Chinese Medicine. 6(2): 272-281.
Vincent, A.C.J. 1995. Exploitation of seahorses and pipefishes. NAGA, the ICLARM quarterly. 18(1): 18-19. 
    • reprinted (1996) in Live Reef Fish Information Bulletin (South Pacific Commission)
Ahnesjö, I., A. Vincent, R. Alatalo, T. Halliday and W. Sutherland. 1993. The role of females in influencing mating patterns. Behavioural Ecology 4:187-189.
Vincent, A. 1995. Seahorse keeping.  The Breeder's Registry. 3(1):1-6 and 3(2)1-5.

Technical bulletins
Curtis, J., M-A. Moreau, D. Marsden, E. Bell, K. Martin-Smith, M. Samoilys & A.C.J. Vincent. 2004. Underwater visual census for seahorse population assessments. Project Seahorse Technical Report No.8, Version 1.0. Project Seahorse, Fisheries Centre, University of British Columbia. 28 pp. 

Major popular articles
Vincent, A.C. J.  1999.  Speaking of seahorses.  Essay on BBC Radio 4: Postmarks - 13 May 1999
Vincent, A.C.J. 1998. Seahorses under siege.  Nature Australia 25(12): 57-63
Parry-Jones, R. and A.C.J. Vincent. 1998. Can we tame wild medicine ? New Scientist. 3 January 1998: 26-29
Vincent, A.C.J. 1994. The improbable seahorse. National Geographic 186:126-140.
• reprinted in National Geographic (Japan), O Estado (Brasil), Geo-Korea, Kijk (Netherlands), Horizonte Geográfico (Brasil) etc.
• extract published in Tham Yoke Peng & Rosita Fernandez. 1997. Steps to Success in English Literature. Oxford University Press, Singapore
Vincent, A.C.J. 1994. Seahorse sense.  Australian Geographic 33:48-51.
Vincent, A.C.J. 1990. A seahorse father makes a good mother. Natural History. Dec. 1990:34-43. 
Vincent, A.C.J. 1989. Pregnant Males and Horses' Tales. Australian Natural History 23(2):122-129.
Vincent, A.C.J. 1988. Mister Mother. BBC Wildlife Magazine. March 1988: 126-130. 

Position papers for international distribution, produced by Project Seahorse teams (www.projectseahorse.org)
Keeping seahorses in aquaria
Seahorse aquaculture
Release of captive-bred seahorses into the wild
Interspecific hybridization of seahorse species
Collecting syngnathids for scientific research
Seahorses and CITES
CITES reservations on seahorses
Seahorse taxonomy
Use of syngnathids in Traditional Medicine
Use of syngnathids in curiosities

Short contributions, notes and bulletins
Stiem, T., A. Vincent and H. Koldewey.  2012. Saving seahorses means saving our seas. WAZA News 1/12:5-7.
Jones, M. and A. Vincent.  2007. Response to Hilborn, R. 2006. Faith, Evolution, and the Burden of Proof. Fisheries 32(2):92.
Vincent, A. 2006. Seahorses, from community support to global policy change. Darwin News (Newsletter of the UK Darwin Initiative) 7:2.
Panes, H., Giles, B.G., Morgan, S.K. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2005. Monitoring a Danajon Bank
deep water seahorse fishery for management insights.  Profiling Report to FISH Project Philippines. Pp. 12
Torrechilla, A.M., B. Giles, and A.C.J. Vincent. 2005. Characteristics of the seahorse component of an artisanal tropical fishery: An example from the Danajon Bank. For the Danajon Bank Biological and Socio-economic Profile. A Project Seahorse Foundation-FISH Project Collaboration.
Vincent, A. 2002. Pregnant males set a precedent for CITES. World Conservation.  33(3): 26
Vincent, A. 2002. Syngnathids and CITES, TRAFFIC East Asia Korean Newsletter, Vol 11 (2002/3):12. [in Korean]
Vincent, A.C.J. 2001. A day in the life of a seahorse specialist.  Earthwatch: Oceans. Dorling Kindersley Books, London.
Bell, E.M. & A.C.J. Vincent. 2000. Gasterosteiformes. Encyclopaedia Britannica.
Vincent, A.C.J. 1999. Australia and the international trade in seahorses. Australian Marine Conservation Society Bulletin 20 (3): 3-4.
Vincent, A. 1998. Marine species in traditional medicine. Reef Encounters 23: 14
Hall. H, A. Vincent and H. Stanley. 1998. Project Seahorse.  European Association of Zoos and Aquaria News 22:20-22.
Vincent, A. 1997. Australia protects marine fish species. Species 29:19-20
Vincent, A. 1997. Say nay to seahorses. Living Oceans Newsletter (Audubon Society). Spring 1997: 4
Vincent, A.C.J. 1997. Ethical considerations in experimentation. Reef Encounters 20:7-8 and 21:7
Vincent, A.C.J. 1997. Seahorse farming not a quick fix. Newsletter of the Marine and Coastal Community Network. 4(3)
Vincent, A.C.J. 1996. An uncertain future for seahorses. Marine Conservation 3(9):8-9
Vincent, A. 1996. The future for seahorses. About Life. Summer 1996:16-17
Hall. H, A. Vincent & H. Stanley. 1996. Building a future for seahorses.  Lifewatch. Autumn 1996:7-8
Vincent, A. 1995. Market for sea moths in medicinals. TRAFFIC Bulletin 15(2): 57
Vincent, A. 1995. Eastern medicine scrapes bottom. BBC Wildlife. 13(10):60
Vincent, A. 1995. Update on seahorses. Seascope 12: 3
Vincent, A. 1995. Masks for sea horses. Scuba Diving. July 1995:4
Vincent, A. 1994. The trade in seahorses. Hong Kong Marine Conservation Society newsletter. no. 16
Vincent, A. 1993. A seahorse trade questionnaire. Sea Wind 7(3):13-14
Vincent, A. 1993. Palawan restricts trade in marine organisms. Marine Conservation 3(1):15

Book reviews
Vincent, A.C.J. 1995. Principles of Conservation Biology. G.K. Meffe, C.R. Carroll and contributors.  Behavioural Ecology 6:460
Vincent, A.C.J. 1993. The Ecology of Fishes on Coral Reefs. P.F. Sale (ed.). Journal of Animal Ecology 62:794-796.

Social media
@Amanda Vincent1 twitter followers increased by 31% to 2783 followers (by the end of April 2017).  
•    More than 815,000 tweet impressions over the year.  
•    One individual tweet garnered 17,300 impressions. 
•    Included in 109 lists.

3.    BOOKS

(a)    Authored

Book
Lourie, S.A., A.C.J. Vincent and H.J. Hall. 1999. Seahorses: an identification guide to the world’s species and their conservation. Project Seahorse, London, UK. x + 214 pp. ISBN 0 9534693 0 1 [out of print and reissued as CD-ROM in 2002