Publications

Key Publications

Armstrong, C. W.,  van den Hoveb S., 2008, The formation of policy for protection of cold-water coral off the coast of Norway, Marine Policy,  32, 1, 66–73.

Baumgärtner S., Quaas M.F., 2009, Ecological–economic viability as a criterion of strong sustainability under uncertainty, Ecological Economics, 68 (7), 2008–2020.

Béné C., Doyen L., & Gabay D., 2001, A viability analysis for a bio-economic model, Ecological Economics, 36, 385–396.

Butchart et al., 2010, Global Biodiversity: Indicators of Recent Declines, Science 28,  328, 5982, 1164-116.

Clark C.W., 1990, Mathematical Bioeconomics: The Optimal Management of Renewable Resources, John Wiley & Sons.

Cury P. M., Mullon C., Garcia S. M. & Shannon L. J., 2005, Viability theory for an ecosystem approach to fisheries, Ices Journal of Marine Science, 62, 577-584.

DeLara M. & Doyen L., 2008, Sustainable management of natural resources: models and methods, Springer.

Doyen L. et al., 2013, Ecological-economic modelling for the sustainable management of biodiversity, Computational Management Science, 10, 4, pp 353-364.

Doyen L., Thébaud O. et al., 2012, Stochastic viability to ecosystem-based management of multi-species fisheries, Ecological Economics, 75, 32-42.

EU Biodiversity Action Plan for Fisheries http://europa.eu/scadplus/leg/en/lvb/l28025.htm

FAO, 2013, The state of World Fisheries and Aquaculture,  Rome.

FAO, 2003, The ecosystem approach to fisheries, FAO Technical Guidelines for Responsible Fisheries 4, Suppl. 2. FAO, 112 pp.

Godfray et al., 2010, Food Security: The Challenge of Feeding 9 Billion People, Science, 327, 5967, 812-818.

Gourguet S., Thébaud O., Dichmont C., Jennings S., Little L.R., Pascoe S., Deng R.A., Doyen L.  2014. Risk versus Economic Performance in a Mixed Fishery. Ecological economics, 99, 110–120. Available on line

IPBES  http://www.ipbes.net

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. 2013;18.

Little R.L. et al. 2011, Development and evaluation of a cpue-based harvest control rule for the southern and eastern scalefish and shark fishery of Australia, ICES Journal of Marine Science, Volume 68, Issue 8, 1699-1705.

MEA Millennium Ecosystem Assessment, 2005, Ecosystems and human well-being, Island Press, Washington DC.

Plaganyi E.E., 2007, Models for an ecosystem approach to fisheries, FAO Fisheries Technical Paper 477, Food and Agriculture Organization, Rome

Pereau J.-C., Doyen L., Little R., Thebaud O., 2012, The triple bottom line : Meeting ecological, economic and social goals with Individual Transferable Quotas, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 63, 3, 419–434. Available on line

Quaas MF, Requate T., 2013, Sushi or Fish Fingers? Seafood Diversity, Collapsing Fish Stocks, and Multi-species Fishery Management, Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 115(2): 381-422.

Quaas MF et al ,2016, It is the economy, stupid! Projecting the fate of fish populations using ecological–economic modelingGlobal Change Biology  22, 264–270

Starfield AM, Jarre A. 2011. Interdisciplinary modelling for an ecosystem approach to management in marine social-ecological systems. In: Ommer RE, Perry RI, Cury PM, Cochrane K, editors. World Fisheries: a social-ecological analysis. Wiley-Blackwell, p. 105-19.

Thébaud O., Smith T., Doyen L., Planque B., Lample M., Mahevas S., Quaas M., Mullon C., Vermard Y., Innes J., 2013, Building ecological-economic models and scenarios of marine resource systems: workshop report, Marine Policy, Available on line.

Voss, R., Neuenfeldt, S., Quaas, M. F.; Schmidt, J. O, 2010,.Optimal fishery management accounting for variation in natural mortality: the Baltic sprat and herring case. ICES Annual Science Conference: 20-24 September 2010. Vol. C:13 p. 127.

Updated on 05/07/2016