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Details of Dr. Adam Kingsley Smith   


Gender male
Job title Director
Department Reef Ecologic
14 Cleveland Terrace
Regions Sea of Azov
Tel 0418726584
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Website http://www.reefecologic.com.au
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Degree Bsc (Hons), PhD, MBA
Job type Technical Advice & Consulting
Research Area(s) Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Fisheries, Aquaculture , Marine Biotechnology, Marine Products , Marine and Coastal Engineering , Policy, Law, Economics, Management , Pollution , Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Fisheries, Aquaculture , Marine Biotechnology, Marine Products , Marine and Coastal Engineering , Policy, Law, Economics, Management , Pollution
Research Activities Conservation of aquatic ecosystems Protected areas and protected species Ecology of marine fish and sharks Management of seagrasses Environmental Impact Assessment and management Permits Mitigating the impacts of fishing and aquaculture Mitigating the impacts of coastal development - Effectiveness of policy and plans Communication of science and management Working with the community, industry and government Specific Keywords: pelagic and reef fish, coral, shipping accidents, census, consult, risk, Defence, Port, Dredging, Marine Parks, protected areas
Research Region tropical, temperate, seas
Skills/Expertise leadership, teamwork, EIA, research, management, policy, fisheries, negotiation, excellence, linkage of research-management-community, leadership and management training courses
Comments Expert on marine ecology, environmental impact assessment, communication, policy and management.
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Dr. Adam SMITH)

Smith, A.K, Welch, D & M. Rupnik (2008) Community monitoring of reef sharks in the Great Barrier Reef and Coral Sea. AUF Report. www.auf-spearfishing.com.au
Smith, A., Foster, T., Corcoran, E., Monkivitch, J (2007). Dredging and material relocation in sensitive coral environments. Presented at: Eighteenth World Dredging Conference WODCON XVIII, 27 May - 1 June 2007, Lake Buena Vista, Florida USA.
Hassall, J., Skeat, H., Smith, A. and Mulqueeny, L. (2006). Framework and partnerships: ensuring sustainable marine tourism in the Great Barrier Reef. Reference Presented at: Coast to Coast 06, Melbourne, Victoria 22-25 May 2006.
Smith, A., Monkivitch, J., Koloi, P., Hassall, J., Dunn, J., Gerhardt, K. and Brugmann, T.(2006) Challenges and successes of Environmental Impact Management in the world's largest marine park. Reference Presented at : 2006 Environment Institute of Australia and New Zealand Conference, held in Adelaide, Victoria, 17-20 September 2006
Costen, A., Smith, A., Monkivitch, J. and Koloi, P. (2006) Management of dredging and spoil disposal projects in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park associated with coral spawning. Reference Presented at: On the use of coral spawning predictions for management: workshop proceedings, May 2006, University of Western Australia, Perth, Western Australia.
Wang, L., Islam, A., Smith, C., Reddy, S., Lewis, A. and Smith, A. (2006). Operational monitoring of sediment plumes produced by dredging at Hay Point, Qld using satellite remote sensing. Reference Presented at: 13th Australasian Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry Conference (ARSPC), National Convention Centre, Canberra, ACT, 20-24 November 2006.
Koloi, P., Irvine, D., Monkivitch, J., Smith, A. and Chin, A. (2005). Environmental management of a harbour development in a marine protected area: a case study Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Reference Presented at: Coast and Ports 2005, Adelaide, South Australia, 23 September 2005.
Smith, A., Monkivitch, J., Koloi, P., Hamilton, G. and Myers, S. (2005) A review of Environmental Impact Assessment of tourism pontoons on the Great Barrier Reef. Reference Presented at: Environmental Institute of Australia and New Zealand (EIANZ) Conference Working on the Frontier - Environmental Sustainability in Practice, Hotel Grand Chancellor, Christchurch, 29 March-1 April, 2005.
Smith, A., Monkivitch, J., Koloi, P., Hassall & Hamilton, G (2004). Environmental impact assessment in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. The Environmental Engineer. 5(4). 14-18.
Smith, A & S. Nakaya (2003). Spearfishing ? is it ecologically sustainable? Proceedings of the World Recreational Fishing Conference, NT, Australia
Marshall, P., Christie, C., Dobbs, K., Green, A., Haynes, D., Brodie, J., Michalek-Wagner, K., Smith, A., Storrie, J. & E. Turak. 2002. Grounded ship leaves TBT-based antifoulant on the Great Barrier Reef: an overview of the environmental response. Spill Science and Technology 7 (5-6): 215-221.
Skeat, A., Smith, A., Baldwin, J., Robinson, M., McGinnity, P. & B. Nankivel (2002). Planning, environmental impact management and compliance on the Great Barrier Reef. Proceedings 9th International Coral Reef Symposium, Bali, Indonesia.
Smith, A., Marshall, P., Christie, C. & J. Storrie. 2002. Environmental Management of a Shipping Accident in the World?s Largest Marine Park. Australian Journal of Environmental Management 9,2: 74-76.
Kidd, R., Leadbitter, D., Smith, A. (2000). Coastal environments and resources. Pp 65-88. In: Advances in environmental management in the Hunter region. Hunter Environment Institute, Conference Publications, Australia.
Smith, A.K (2000). Underwater fishing in Australia and New Zealand. Mountain, Ocean and Travel Publications, Melbourne, Victoria. 208pp.
NSW Fisheries (1999). Policy and Guidelines. Aquatic Habitat Management and Fish Conservation. Smith, A.K., & Pollard, D.A. (eds), Sydney. 2nd edition. 86 pp.
Smith, A.K & I. Suthers. (1999). Effects of sewage effluent discharge on the abundance, condition and mortality of hulafish Trachinops taeniatus (Plesiopidae). Environmental Pollution.106, 1-10.
Smith, A.K & D.A Pollard. (1999). Threatened fishes of the world: Carcharius taurus (Rafinesque, 1810) (Odontaspididae). Environmental Biology of Fishes.56, 365.
Smith, A.K, Ajani, P. & D. Roberts (1999). Spatial and temporal variation in fish assemblages exposed to sewage and implications for management. Marine Environmental Research 47, 241-260.
Smith, A.K., & D.A. Pollard (1997). NSW Fisheries' management of the Towra Point Aquatic Reserve. Wetlands (Australia). 16, 4-10.
Smith, A.K., Holliday, J.E. & D.A. Pollard (1997). Management of seagrass habitats in NSW estuaries Wetlands (Australia). 16, 48-55.
Smith, A.K. & D.A. Pollard (1996). The best available information - some case studies from NSW, Australia of conservation related management responses which impact on recreational fishers. Marine Policy. 20, 261-267.
Smith, A.K & J.C. Sarros 2004. Environmental leadership baseline surveys and lessons from Australia?s leaders. AJEM 11(2), 164-176

Created: 2001-06-07 Last Updated: 2015-07-03 by Adam SMITH