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Publications 2014

  1. Papers in peer-reviewed journals

1.1. Published in 2014

Blamey L.K, Plaganyi, E.E., Branch, G.M. 2014. Was overfishing of predatory fish responsible for a lobster-induced regime shift? Ecological Modelling 273: 140-150.doi: 10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2013.11.004

Cooper R., Leiman, A., Jarre, A. 2014. An analysis of the structural changes in the offshore demersal hake (Merluccius capensis and M. paradoxus) trawl fishery in South Africa. Marine Policy, 50.
270-279. doi:10.1016/j.marpol.2014.06.006.

Duggan G., Rogerson J., Green L.J.F., Jarre A. 2014. Opening dialogue and fostering collaboration: different ways of knowing in fisheries Resaerch. South African Journal of Science 110(7/8), Art. #2013-0128, 9 doi: 10.1590/sajs.2014/20130128

Duggan G., Green L.J.F., Jarre A. 2014. “Thinking like a fish”: adaptive strategies for coping with vulnerability and variability emerging from a relational engagement with kob. Maritime Studies 13:4, 21p.http://www.maritimestudiesjournal.com/content/13/1/4.

Ludynia K., Waller L., Sherley R.B., Abadi F., Galada Y., Crawford R.J.M., Shannon L.J., Jarre, A. 2014. Processes influencing the population dynamics and conservation of African penguins on Dyer Island, South Africa. African Journal of Marine Science 36:2, 253-267, DOI: 10.2989/1814232X.2014.929027.

Neira S., Moloney C., Shannon L.J., Christensen V., Arancibia H. and Jarre A. 2014. Assessing changes in the Southern Humboldt in the 20th century using food web models. Ecological Modelling 278: 52-66. doi:10.1016/j.ecolmod:2014.01.003

Shannon L.J., Osman W., Jarre A. 2014. Communicating changes in state of the southern Benguela ecosystem using trophic, model-derived indicators. Marine Ecology Progress Series 512: 217-237. doi: 10.3354/meps10879.

Shannon L.J., Coll M., Bundy A., Gascuel D., Heymans J.J., Kleisner K., Lynam C., Piroddi C., Tam J., Travers M., Shin Y.-J. 2014. Trophic level-based indicators to track fishing impacts across marine ecosystems. Marine Ecology Progress Series 512: 115–140. doi: 10.3354/meps10821

Sherley R. B., Abadi F., Ludynia K., Barham B. J., Clark A. E., Altwegg R. 2014. Age-specific survival and movement among major African penguin colonies. Ibis 156: 716–728. DOI: 10.1111/ibi.12189

Travers-Trolet M., Shin, Y.-J., Shannon L.J., Moloney C.L., Field J.G. 2014. Combination of fishing and climate forcing in the southern Benguela upwelling ecosystem: an end-to-end modelling approach reveals dampened effects. PlosOne 9(4) e94286.

Weller F., Cecchini L-A., Shannon L.J., Sherley R.B., Crawford R.J.M., Altwegg R., Scott L., Stewart T.J., Jarre A. 2014. A system dynamics approach to modelling multiple drivers of the African penguin population on Robben Island, South Africa. Ecological Modelling  277: 38–56. doi: 10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2014.01.013.

 

1.2. Accepted for publication / in press

Wilhelm M.R., Jarre A., Moloney C.L. Spawning and nursery areas, longitudinal and cross-shelf migrations of the Merluccius capensis stock in the northern Benguela. Fisheries Oceanography, in press.

 

  1. Peer-reviewed chapters in books

2.1. Published in 2014

Augustyn J., Petersen S., Shannon L.J., Hamukuaya H. Chapter 18. Implementation of EAF in the Benguela Current LME area. In Garcia S.M., Rice J. and Charles A.T. (eds.) Governance of marine fisheries and conservation: interaction and co-evolution. J. Wiley & Sons, Chichester, Sussex, UK.

 

2.2. Accepted for publication/in press

Wilhelm, M. R., Kirchner, C. H., Roux, J-P., Jarre, A., Iitembu, J. A., Kathena, J. N., Kainge, P. Biology and fisheries of Namibian hakes (Merluccius capensis andM. paradoxus). Chapter X in H. Arancibia et al. (Eds), Hake: Biology, Fisheries and Markets, 2nd Edition. Wley-Blackwell Science – Fish and Aquatic Resources Series.Accepted for publication (July 2013)

  1. Theses

Astor N. 2014. Implementation efficacy of an EAF in the south African anchovy fishery. MSc thesis, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Cape Town.

Norton M. 2014. At the interface: Marine compliance inspectors at work in the Western Cape, South Africa. PhD thesis, Faculty of Humanities, University of Cape Town.

  1. Mimeos / Working group documents / reports

Leadership is provided to the global Indicators for the Seas Working Groupsponsored by IOC and EurOceans, www.IndiSeas.org.

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Members of the SARCHI ME&F group contribute regularly to scientific working groups at DAFF:Fisheries, notably the EAF SWG (before it was disbanded in April 2014), SWG-PEL (and its task team on Island Closures, ICTT) and SWG-DEM.

Pichegru, L., Ludynia, K., Makhado, A.B., McInnes, A., Moseley, C., Robinson, K., Sherley, R.B., Steinfurth, A., et al. 2014. Insufficient precautionary management of South Africa’s purse-seine fishery for conservation of the African Penguin. FISHERIES/2014/SWG-PEL/ICTT/2a (revision of FISHERIES/2013/SWG-PEL/ICTT/4).

Weller, F., Sherley, R. B. 2014. Response to comments on the Robben Island Penguin Pressure Model. FISHERIES/2014/APR/SWG-PEL/ICTT/23.

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The SARCHI ME&F group also hosts the Penguin Pressure Model Working Group, which started off, in 2010, as a Task Team under the DAFF EAF SWG. This is a multi-stakeholder forum concerned with developing methodology for the implementation of the Biodiversity Management Plan – African Penguin (Government Notice No. 36966.  Government Printer, Pretoria, 72pp.).

The peer-reivewed articles by Weller et al. (2014) and Ludynia et al. (2014) are products of this SARCHI ME&F – hosted working group.

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Following on from the regular contributions to the work of government for a, in 2014, the SARCHI ME&F group was heavily involved in creating the documents contributing to an evaluation of penguin/fisheries interaction by an international panel reporting to DAFF:Fisheries. Although not every single document was co-authored by members of this lab, the work was facilitated by our Penguin Pressures Working Group. For coherence, the entire document list is provided here. The documents are ordered by reference number and can be obtained by contacting Prof Jarre.

Hagen C., Jarre A., Shannon L.J., Sherley R.B., Steinfurth A., Crawford R.J.M., van der Merwe L., Wanless R.M.,  Oosthuizen H., Pichegru L., Robinson K., Weller F., McInnes A., Winker H., Altwegg R., Ludynia K., Waller L., Makhado A.B. 2014. Evaluating the state of knowledge on fishing exclusions around major African Penguin colonies. Hagen_etal_2014a_A1.

Bergh M., Altwegg R., Crawford R.J.M., Hagen C., Jarre A., Sherley R.B., Steinfurth, A., van der Merwe L., Wanless R.M., Winker H. 2014. An examination of the island closure related models produced by the MARAM group. Bergh_etal_2014_A2

Hagen C, Sherley R.B., Steinfurth A., Pichegru L., Robinson K., Jarre A., Crawford R.J.M., Winker H, Altwegg, R., van der Merwe, L., McInnes, A. 2014. An evaluation of the evidence of the impact of fishing closures around breeding colonies of African Penguins. Hagen_etal_2014b_A3 28 pp.

Weller F.G., Jarre A. 2014. Additional information on the Robben Island Penguin Pressures Model. MARAM/IWS/DEC14/Peng/A4, 4pp.

Sherley, R. Summary: Chick survival at Robben Island, South Africa, responded to the three-year fishery closure, having accounted for prey availability and fishery catches around the colony. MARAM/IWS/DEC14/Peng/A5, 4 pp.

Hagen C., Jarre A., Sherley R.B., Steinfurth A. 2014. Summary of responses to MARAM/IWS/DEC14/Peng/B2-11. Hagen_etal_2014c_A6 9 pp.

Hutchings L., Jarre A., Weller F.G., Steinfurth A., Hagen C., Sherley R.B., Wanless R.M. 2014. Comments on the “River model” (de Moor and Butterworth 2014): Bounding exploitation rate, estimating escapement for critically dependent predators, or understanding the interactions between for anchovy and penguin demographics? Hutchings_etal_2014_A7 9 pp.

Weller F., Sherley R.B., Wanless R.M., Jarre A. 2014. Recent updates in response to comments regarding the published version of the Robben Island Penguin Pressure Model.  MARAM/IWS/DEC14/Peng/A8. 12 pp.

Sherley R.B., Steinfurth A., Hagen C. 2014 Responses to MARAM/IWS/DEC14/Peng/B10. MARAM/IWS/DEC14/Peng/A9. 23 pp.

Bergh, M. 2014. Further clarification of the biases in and interpretation of regressions where catch is a predictor of penguin response. MARAM/IWS/DEC14/Peng/A10. 21 pp.

Sherley, R.B., Winker, H., Altwegg, R., van der Lingen C.D., Votier, S.C., Crawford R.J.M. 2014. Influence of an island closure on penguin demographics. MARAM/IWS/DEC14/Peng/A11. 32 pp.

Sherley, R.B., Steinfurth, A., Hagen, C., Cook, T., van der Merwe, L. 2014.  Responses to preliminary questions from the Annual International Stock Assessment Workshop Panel, 2014. MARAM/IWS/DEC14/Peng/A12. 18 pp.