Just out: Frame-based approach for ecosystem...

13 Feb 2018 - 11:15


Congratulations to Dr Kate Watermeyer, who just had the frame-based model published that she developed in her PhD research. The model explores the frame-based approach  to explore decadal, ecosystem-scale variability in the southern Benguela. This study, too, “shows support for continued careful consideration of spatialized management approaches to the South African sardine fishery”. Kate is currently pursuing postdoctoral research at Deakin University, Victoria, Australia.

Watermeyer, KE., Jarre, A., Shannon, L.J., Mulumba, P., Botha, J. A frame-based modelling approach to understanding changes in the distribution and abundance of sardine and anchovy in the southern Benguela. Ecological Modelling. 371. pp. 1-17.