Some of the TRACC/Prof Steve Oakley publications — contact us for Marine Consultancy projects.
2011 – Action Plan for Sharks in Sabah, Published by TRACC for Ministry of Tourism, Sabah, East Malaysia. Draft.
2011 – White paper – Protecting shark populations in Sabah, first draft prepared for discussion by the Sabah Cabinet.
2011 – The marine megafauna crisis: 16 years of shark surveys on the coral reefs of Borneo. In press, coral reefs
2007 Impacts of climate change and sea level rise on UNOCAL operations in NE Kalimantan. Consultant report to UNOCAL Indonesia, 541pp.
2007 Oil Spill Contingency Plan for NE Kalimantan. Consultant report to UNOCAL Indonesia, 98 pp
2006 -Life Beneath the Platforms. PSAC Environmental Project
2005-2010 The Green Connection Aquarium and Discovery Centre – Feasibility study, – Design – Life support systems. Various Consultant reports; The Green Connection opened to the public May 2010.
S. Holyoak, S. Oakley, J. Elder, D. Bell, and L. Miller, (2005) Understanding the environmental impact of de-commissioning; the established marine ecosystem associated with offshore platforms, Brunei Darussalam in proceedings of SPE Asia Pacific Health, Safety and Environment Conference and Exhibition, 19-21 September 2005, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia ISBN 978-1-55563-995-2 (pdf)
2004 Oil Spill Contingency Plan for Brunei Dar Essallam Consultant report to Brunei Shell, 112 pp
2004 Oakley, S.G., , Tropical Marine Biodiversity of the World: a Treasure Worth Preserving, in Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS), Developed under the Auspices of the UNESCO, EOLSS Publishers, Oxford ,UK, EOLSS Concept in PDF – EOLSS login
Manica, A., Pilcher, N., & Oakley, S. (2002) A new Chrisiptera species from the Spratley Islands. Malayan Nature Journal 56 (3): 301-304
2001 Oakley S.G. & Pilcher N., Integrated Coastal Zone Management plan for East Malaysia. IBEC, UNIMAS, Sarawak. Malaysia
Oakley, S. (2001) Issues, Trends and Integrated Development in Coastal Zone Management In INTEGRATED COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT Published by Sarawak Development Journal : June 2001
Oakley, S. and N. Pilcher. (2000) Marine protected areas for sustainable fisheries management: Layang Layang Reef as a Source of Larvae in the South China Sea. Xx-xx: In Cabanban, A. S. and M. Phillips (eds.). Aquaculture of coral reef fishes and sustainable fisheries. Sabah, Malaysia: Institute of Development Studies, Sabah, Malaysia. (pdf)
2000 Oakley S.G., Seas of Borneochapter in Seas at the Millennium, Elsevier Press.
Harding. S, C. Lowery & S. Oakley, 2000 Comparison between complex and simple reef survey techniques using volunteers: is the effort justified. In: Moosa MK, Soemodihardjo, S, Soegiarto A, Romimohtarto K, Nontji A, Soekarno, Suharsono (eds) Proceedings of the 9th international coral reef symposium. International Coral Reef Society, Bali, p 883–889
Harding. S, C. Lowery, M.Colmer & S. Oakley A preliminary species checklist of reef fish for the Banggi Channel, Pulau Banggi, Sabah. Proceedings of the Sixth Biennial Borneo Research Conference, July 2000, Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia. p. 105-125.
Pilcher, N., Oakley, S. and Ghazally Ismail. 1999. Layang-Layang: A Drop in the Ocean. Kota Kinabalu: Natural History Publications (Borneo) Perlius Press.
1999 Oakley S., N. Pilcher, K Atack, C Digges, S Enderby, G Mackey, R Clubb, K Stapelton, T S Mei, C Huet . Reefs under attack: the status of coral reefs of Sabah, East Malaysia in 4th International Conference on the Marine Biology of the South China Sea SCS Conference October (1999)
Ghazally I., N. Pilcher, S. Oakley, M., Murtedza & A., Lamri. 1998. Marine biodiversity conservation in Sabah: Moving past the rhetorical stages. In: Biodiversity Conservation In ASEAN: Emerging Issues & Regional Needs. I., Ghazally & M., Murtedza (Eds.). London: ASEAN Academic Press Ltd. Pp. 165 – 186.
Older projects summary
Anyone who has moved countries and locations several times in the past few years will understand that many other publication copies both electronic and print are stored in boxes and will eventually be added back to my office and online directories. However, first I have to clear the jobs to do list from my desk.