Papers in peer-reviewed journals
1.1. Published in 2015
Blamey LK, Shannon LJ, Bolton J, Crawford RJM, Dufois F, Griffiths CL, Hutchings L, Jarre A, Rouault M, Watermeyer KE, Winker H. 2015. Ecosystem change in the southern Benguela and the underlying processes. Journal of Marine Systems 144: 9-29. https://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jmarsys.2014.11.006
Jarre A, Hutchings L, Crichton M, Wieland K, Lamont T, Blamey ., Illert C, Hill E, van den Berg M. 2015. Oxygen-depleted bottom waters along the west coast of South Africa, 1950-2011. Fisheries Oceanography, 24: 56-73. https://doi.org/10.1111/fog.12076.
Jarre A, Hutchings L, Kirkman SP, Kreiner A, Tchipalanga P, Kainge P, Uanivi U, van der Plas A, Blamey LK, Coetzee J, Lamont T, Samaai T, Verheye HM, Yemane, Axelsen BE, Ostrowski M, Stenevik EK, Loeng H. 2015. Synthesis: Climate effects on biodiversity, abundance and distribution of marine organisms in the Benguela. Fisheries Oceanography, 24: 122–149. https://doi.org/10.1111/fog.12086
Jarre, A., Hutchings, L., Crichton, M., Wieland , T. Lamont K., Blamey, L.K., Illert, C., Hill, E., van den Berg, M. 2015. Oxygen-depleted bottom waters along the west coast of South Africa, 1950-2011. Fisheries Oceanography 24(Suppl. 1): 56-73. https://doi.org/10.1111/fog.12076.
Jarre A, Hutchings L, Kirkman SP, Kreiner A, Tchipalanga PCM, Kainge P, Uanivi U, van der Plas A, Blamey LK, Coetzee J, Lamont T, Samaai T, Verheye HM, Yemane DG, Axelsen BE, Ostrowski M, Stenevik EK, Loeng H. 2015. Synthesis: climate effects on biodiversity, abundance and distribution of marine organisms in the Benguela. Fisheries Oceanography 24 (Suppl. 1):122-149. https://doi.org/10.1111/fog.12086.
Smith MD, Fulton EA, Day RW, Shin Y-J, Shannon LJ. 2015. Ecosystem modelling in the southern Benguela: comparisons of Atlantis, Ecopath with Ecosim, and OSMOSE under fishing scenarios. African Journal of Marine Science 37(1): 65-78. https://doi.org/10.2989/1814232X.2015.1013501.
Williamson RI, Field JG, Shillington FA, Jarre A, Potgieter A. 2015. Combining shipboard in situ data with satellite data to estimate daily primary production in a coastal upwelling system: a data mining approach. Progress in Oceanography, https://doi/org/10.1016/j.pocean.2015.09.004.
Wilhelm MR, Jarre A, Moloney CL. 2015. Spawning and nursery areas, longitudinal and cross-shelf migrations of the Merluccius capensis stock in the northern Benguela. Fisheries Oceanography 24 (Suppl. 1): 31-45. https://doi.org/10.1111/fog.12058.
Wilhelm MR, Roux J-P, Moloney CL, Jarre A. 2015. Biannual otolith-zone formation of young shallow-water hakeMerluccius capensis in the northern Benguela: age verification using otoliths sampled by a top predator. Journal of Fish Biology 87(1). https://doi.org/10.1111/jfb.12684
Peer-reviewed chapters in books
Wilhelm, MR, Kirchner CH, Roux J-P, Jarre A, Litembu JA, Kathena JN, Kainge P. 2015. Biology and fisheries of the shallow water hake (Merluccius capensis) and the deep water hake (Merluccius paradoxus) in Namibia. Chapter 3, p 70-100. In H. Arancibia (Ed.), Hake: Biology, Fisheries and Markets, 2nd Edition. Wiley-Blackwell Science – Fish and Aquatic Resources Series No. 17. https://www.wiley.com/en-
Cooper, Rachel. 2015. Systems Modelling the South African Offshore Demersal Hake Trawl Fishery: An Economic Perspective. PhD Thesis. University of Cape Town.
Gammage, Louise. 2015. Considering One’s Options When The Fish Leave. A Case Study Of The Traditional Commercial Hand Line Fishery Of The Southern Cape. MSc Thesis. University of Cape Town.
McGregor, Emily. 2015. Assessing the implementation efficacy of an Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries management in the South African sardine fishery. PhD Thesis. University of Cape Town.
Norton, Marieke. 2014. At the Interface: Marine Compliance Inspectors at Work in the Western Cape. PhD Thesis. University of Cape Town. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.18478.51525
Watermeyer, Kate. 2015. Ecosystem Implications Of The Recent Southward Shift Of Key Components In The Southern Benguela. PhD Thesis. University of Cape Town.
Mimeos / Working group documents / reports
Leadership is provided to the global Indicators for the Seas Working Groupsponsored by IOC and EurOceans, www.IndiSeas.org.
Members of the SARCHI ME&F group contribute regularly to scientific working groups at DAFF:Fisheries, notably the SWG-PEL and its EAF Task Team, and SWG-DEM.
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.).
Ragaller, S and Jarre, A. 2015. Human Dimensions of Stony Point Penguin Colony Management. Research Report. University of Cape Town.