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Publications 2018

1. Papers in peer-reviewed journals

1.1 Papers published in 2018

Fu C, Travers-Trolet M, Velez L, Grüss A, Bundy A, Shannon LJ, Fulton EA, Akogly E, Houle JE, Coll M, Verley P, Heymans JJ, John E, Shin Y-J. 2018. Risky business: the combined effect of fishing and changes in primary productivity on fish communities. Ecological Modelling 368: 265-276.

Shannon LJ, Coll M. 2017. Assessing the changing biodiversity of exploited marine ecosystems. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 29: 89-97. https://doi.org/10/1016/j.cosust.2018.01.008.

Watermeyer KE, Jarre A, Shannon LJ, Mulumba P, Botha J. 2018. Frame-based modelling of the Southern Benguela upwelling ecosystem. Ecological Modelling 371: 1–17. 

 

1.2. Papers accepted for publication / in press

Jarre A, Shannon LJ, Cooper R, Duggan GL, Gammage LC, Lockerbie EM, McGregor ES, Ragaller SM, Visser N, Ward C, Watermeyer KE, Weller FG, Ommer RE. 2018. Untangling a Gordian knot that must not be cut: Social-ecological systems research for management of southern Benguela fisheries. Journal of Marine Systems, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jmarsys.2018.01.004, published online 11 Feb 2018.

Lockerbie EM., Lynam, CP, Shannon LJ, Jarre A. 2018. Applying a decision-tree framework in support of an ecosystem approach to fisheries: IndiSeas indicators in the North Sea. ICES Journal of Marine Science ICES Journal of Marine Science, ,  https://doi.org/10.1093/icesjms/fsx215, published online 9 Dec 2017.

 

 

2. Chapters in books

 

3. Theses

Lockerbie, EM. 2018. A decision tree framework for assessing status of exploited marine ecosystems under changing environmental conditions. PhD thesis, University of Cape Town, South Africa.

 

4. Mimeos / Working group documents / reports

Leadership is provided to the global Indicators for the Seas Working Group sponsored 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 and DEA:Oceans and Coasts, as well as their task teams and related workshops.

 

 

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