References

Angelini, S., Hillary, R., Morello, E.B., Plagányi, É.E., Martinelli, M., Manfredi, C., Isajlovic, I., Santojanni, A. 2015. An ecosystem model of intermediate complexity to test management options for fisheries: a case study. Ecological Modelling

Blamey, L.K., Plagányi, É.E. and G.M. Branch. 2014. Was overfishing of predatory fish responsible for a lobster-induced regime shift in the Benguela?  Ecol. Modelling 273: 140-150. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2013.11.004

Collie, J., Botsford, L., Hastings, A., Kaplan, I., Largier, J., Livingston, P., Plagányi, É.E., Rose, K., Wells, B., Werner, F. 2016. Ecosystem models for fisheries management: finding the sweet spot. Fish and Fisheries 17:101-125. DOI: 10.1111/faf.12093

Condie, S., Plagányi, E., Morello, E., Hock, K., Beeden, R. 2018. Great Barrier Reef recovery through multiple interventions. Conservation Biology 32(6): 1356-1367 doi:10.1111/cobi.13161.

Morello, E., Plagányi, É., Babcock, R., Sweatman, H., Hillary, R., Punt, A.E. 2014. Model to manage and reduce crown-of-thorns starfish outbreaks. Marine Ecology Progress Series 512: 167–183  doi: 10.3354/meps10858

Plagányi, É. 2013. Fitting the puzzle – modelling species interactions in marine ecosystems. Bulletin of Marine Science 89(1):397–417. 2013. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5343/bms.2011.1126

Plagányi, E., Babcock, R., Rogers, J., Bonin, M., Morello, E. In press. Ecological analyses to inform management targets for the culling of crown-of-thorns starfish to prevent coral decline. Coral Reefs

Plagányi É., Bell Johann D., Bustamante Rodrigo H., Dambacher Jeffrey M., Dennis Darren M., Dichmont Cathy M., Dutra Leo X. C., Fulton Elizabeth A., Hobday Alistair J., Ingrid van Putten E., Smith Franz, Smith Anthony D. M., Zhou Shijie (2011) Modelling climate-change effects on Australian and Pacific aquatic ecosystems: a review of analytical tools and management implications. Marine and Freshwater Research 62, 1132-1147

Plagányi, É., Ellis, N., Blamey, L.K., Morello, E., Norman-Lopez, A., Robinson, W., Sporcic, M., Sweatman, H. 2014. Ecosystem modelling provides clues to understanding ecological tipping points. Mar Ecol Prog Ser 512: 99–113. doi: 10.3354/meps10909

Plagányi, É., Punt, A., Hillary, R., Morello, E., Thebaud, O., Hutton, T., Pillans, R., Thorson, J., Fulton, E.A., Smith, A.D.T., Smith, F., Bayliss, P., Haywood, M., Lyne, V., Rothlisberg, P. 2014. Multi-species fisheries management and conservation: tactical applications using models of intermediate complexity. Fish Fisheries 15:1-22.

Tulloch, V.J.D., Plagányi, E., Brown, C., Matear, R. & Richardson, AJ. 2019. Future recovery of baleen whales is imperiled by climate change. Global Change Biology 25(4): 1263-1281. https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.14573

Tulloch, V. J., Plagányi, É. E., Matear, R., Brown, C. J., & Richardson, A. J. (2018). Ecosystem modelling to quantify the impact of historical whaling on Southern Hemisphere baleen whales. Fish and Fisheries19(1), 117-137.

Van Putten, E.I., Plagányi, E., Booth, K., Ctivanovic, C., Kelly, R., Punt, A. and S.A. Richards. 2018. A framework for incorporating Sense of Place into the management of marine systems. Ecology and Society 23(4):4. https://doi.org/10.5751/ES-10504-230404

Other MICE references

Punt, A. E., MacCall, A. D., Essington, T. E., Francis, T. B., Hurtado-Ferro, F., Johnson, K. F., & Sydeman, W. J. (2016). Exploring the implications of the harvest control rule for Pacific sardine, accounting for predator dynamics: A MICE model. Ecological modelling337, 79-95.