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Publications 2013

  1. Papers in peer-reviewed journals

Blamey LK, Plagányi ÉE, Branch GM. 2013. Modelling a regime shift in a kelp-forest ecosystem caused by a lobster range-expansion. Bulletin of Marine Science 89: 347-375. https://doi.org/10.5343/bms.2011.1127.

Crichton M, Hutchings L, Lamont T, Jarre A. 2013. From physics to phytoplankton: prediction of dominant cell size in St Helena Bay in the southern Benguela. J. Plankton Res. https://doi.org/10.1093/plankt/fbt012.

Field JG, Attwood C, Jarre A, Sink K, Petersen S. 2013. Cooperation between scientists, NGOs and industry in support of sustainable fisheries: the South African hake Merluccius spp. trawl fishery experience. Journal of Fish Biology 83: 1019–1034. https://doi.org/10.1111/jfb.12118.

Jarre A, Ragaller SM, Hutchings L. 2013. Long-term, ecosystem-scale changes in the southern Benguela marine pelagic social-ecological system: interaction of natural and human drivers. Ecology and Society 18(4): 55. http://dx.doi.org/10.5751/ES-05917-180455

Sherley R, Ludynia K, Lamont T, Roux J-P, Crawford RJM, Underhill LG. 2013. The initial journey of an endangered penguin: implications for seabird conservation. Endangered Species Research 21:89-95. https://doi.org/10.3354/esr00510.

Mead A, Griffiths CL, Branch CL, McQuaid CD, Blamey LK, Bolton JJ, Anderson RJ, Dufois F, Rouault M, Froneman PW, Whitfield AK, Harris L, Nel R, Pillay D, Adams JB. 2013. Human-mediated drivers of change – impacts on coastal ecosystems and marine biota of South Africa. African Journal of Marine Science 35: 403-425. https://doi.org/10.2989/1814232X.2013.830147.

Ndjaula HON, Gerow K, van der Lingen CD, Moloney CL, Jarre A. 2013. Establishing a baseline for evaluation population and condition dynamics of sardine (Sardinops sagax) in the southern Benguela. Fisheries Research 147: 253-263. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fishres.2013.06.006.

Roux J-P, van der Lingen C, Gibbons MJ, Moroff NE, Shannon LJ, Smith ADM, Cury PM. 2013. Jellyfication of marine ecosystems as a likely consequence of overfishing small pelagic fish: Lessons from the Benguela. Bulletin of Marine Science 89(1):249-284. https://doi.org/10.5343/bms.2011.1145.

Wilhelm MR, Roux J-P, Moloney CL, Jarre A. 2013. Data from fur seal scats reveal when Namibian Merluccius capensis are hatched and how fast they grow. – ICES Journal of Marine Science70 (7): 1429-1438. https://doi.org/10.1093/icesjms/fst101.

Zeeman S, Branch GM, Pillay D, Jarre A. 2013. An experimental test of the effect of the abalone Haliotis midae on benthic community composition. Marine Biology 61:329–337, https://doi.org/10.1007/s00227-013-2338-x.

  1. Peer-reviewed chapters in books

Anderson T-A, Draper K, Duggan G, Green LF, Jarre A, Rogerson J, Ragaller S, van Zyl M. 2013. Conservation conversations: improving the dialogue between fishers and fisheries science along the Benguela coast. Chapter 8 In L.F. Green (Ed.): Contested Ecologies: Dialogues in the South on nature and knowledge. HSRC Press, Cape Town, South Africa.

  1. Theses

Landey, D. 2013. SASSI and the MSC: How effective have they been? MSc Thesis, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Cape Town.

Williamson, R. 2013. Estimating the spatial and temporal variability of primary production from a combination of in situ and remote sensing data: a southern Benguela case study. PhD thesis, Faculty of Science, University of Cape Town.

  1. Mimeos, Reports, Working Group Documents

Duggan, G., Rogerson, J., Green, L.F., Jarre, A. 2013. Enactments, disconcertments and dialogues: regarding marine social-ecological systems through the lens of relational ontologies. P 160-172. In: Attwood., C., Booth, T., Kerwath, S., Mann, B, Marr, S., Bonthuys, J., Duncan, J. and Potts, W. (Eds) A decade after the emergency: the proceedings of the 4th Linefish Symposium. WWF South Africa Report Series 2013/Marine/001.

Jarre, A., Blamey, L.K. and Coetzee, J. 2013. Using environmental regime shifts on the south coast of the southern Benguela Current Large Marine Ecosystem in projections of the proportion of sardine recruits moving from the west coast to the south coast each year. DAFF: Branch Fisheries Document FISHERIES/2013/OCT/SWG-PEL/28. 3pp.