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Models for an ecosystem approach to fisheries
ÉE Plagányi
Food & Agriculture Org., 2007
6852007
The global contribution of forage fish to marine fisheries and ecosystems
EK Pikitch, KJ Rountos, TE Essington, C Santora, D Pauly, R Watson, ...
Fish and Fisheries 15 (1), 43-64, 2014
4782014
Multispecies fisheries management and conservation: tactical applications using models of intermediate complexity
ÉE Plagányi, AE Punt, R Hillary, EB Morello, O Thébaud, T Hutton, ...
Fish and Fisheries 15 (1), 1-22, 2014
3542014
Little fish, big impact: managing a crucial link in ocean food webs
E Pikitch, PD Boersma, I Boyd, D Conover, P Cury, T Essington, S Heppell, ...
Lenfest Ocean Program, 2012
3512012
Ecosystem models for fisheries management: finding the sweet spot
JS Collie, LW Botsford, A Hastings, IC Kaplan, JL Largier, PA Livingston, ...
Fish and Fisheries 17 (1), 101-125, 2016
2612016
A critical look at the potential of Ecopath with Ecosim to assist in practical fisheries management
ÉE Plagányi, DS Butterworth
African Journal of Marine Science 26, 261-287, 2004
2432004
Tips and tricks in designing management procedures
RA Rademeyer, ÉE Plagányi, DS Butterworth
ICES Journal of Marine Science 64 (4), 618-625, 2007
2282007
Integrating indigenous livelihood and lifestyle objectives in managing a natural resource
ÉE Plagányi, I van Putten, T Hutton, RA Deng, D Dennis, S Pascoe, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (9), 3639-3644, 2013
1632013
Review of the causes of the rise of the illegal South African abalone fishery and consequent closure of the rights-based fishery
S Raemaekers, M Hauck, M Bürgener, A Mackenzie, G Maharaj, ...
Ocean & Coastal Management 54 (6), 433-445, 2011
1632011
Severe continental-scale impacts of climate change are happening now: Extreme climate events impact marine habitat forming communities along 45% of Australia’s coast
RC Babcock, RH Bustamante, EA Fulton, DJ Fulton, MDE Haywood, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science, 411, 2019
1592019
Future recovery of baleen whales is imperiled by climate change
VJD Tulloch, ÉE Plagányi, C Brown, AJ Richardson, R Matear
Global change biology 25 (4), 1263-1281, 2019
1282019
Integrated ecological–economic fisheries models—Evaluation, review and challenges for implementation
JR Nielsen, E Thunberg, DS Holland, JO Schmidt, EA Fulton, F Bastardie, ...
Fish and fisheries 19 (1), 1-29, 2018
1212018
Modelling marine protected areas: insights and hurdles
EA Fulton, NJ Bax, RH Bustamante, JM Dambacher, C Dichmont, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 370 …, 2015
1012015
Planning adaptation to climate change in fast-warming marine regions with seafood-dependent coastal communities
AJ Hobday, K Cochrane, N Downey-Breedt, J Howard, S Aswani, ...
Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 26, 249-264, 2016
872016
Assessing different causes of crown-of-thorns starfish outbreaks and appropriate responses for management on the Great Barrier Reef
RC Babcock, JM Dambacher, EB Morello, ÉE Plagányi, KR Hayes, ...
PloS one 11 (12), e0169048, 2016
852016
Making management procedures operational—innovations implemented in South Africa
ÉE Plagányi, RA Rademeyer, DS Butterworth, CL Cunningham, ...
ICES Journal of Marine Science 64 (4), 626-632, 2007
832007
A practical framework for implementing and evaluating integrated management of marine activities
RL Stephenson, AJ Hobday, C Cvitanovic, KA Alexander, GA Begg, ...
Ocean & Coastal Management 177, 127-138, 2019
822019
Quantifying the projected impact of the South African sardine fishery on the Robben Island penguin colony
WML Robinson, DS Butterworth, ÉE Plagányi
ICES Journal of Marine Science 72 (6), 1822-1833, 2015
782015
Accepting evolution
A Chinsamy, É Plagányi
Evolution 62 (1), 248-254, 2008
762008
The Scotia Sea krill fishery and its possible impacts on dependent predators: modeling localized depletion of prey
ÉE Plagányi, DS Butterworth
Ecological Applications 22 (3), 748-761, 2012
752012
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