Cefas contributes significantly to research in a broad range of fields linked to marine science. In 2014, Cefas published 140 peer-reviewed papers, as well as a range of other reports.
Whether you are our customer, part of an academic community or a member of the public, we want to give you the best possible access to all our publications. You can then use them as a resource for your projects, or contact us to discuss how we could collaborate on future projects and reports. The list below is a comprehensive list of Cefas publications. Click on the links to access the papers directly.
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Integrating the human dimension into marine ecosystem models to support evidence-based management
Stuart Corney, Eugene J. Murphy, Barbara Paterson, Icarus Allen, Hayley Bannister, Julia Blanchard, Laurent Bopp, Francisco Bravo, Matthew G. Burgess, Andrew Constable, Xavier Desmit, Michael Drexler, Eric Galbraith, Elizabeth A. Fulton, Eileen Hofmann, Richard Hofmeister, Teresa Klinger, Arnault Le Bris, Mary Mackay, Jessica Melbourne-Thomas, Joyita Mukherjee, Gulia Mussap, Ginevra Rosati, Paul Suprenand, Philip Underwood, Charlotte Weber, Xun Zhang, Kieran Hyder* Fish & Fisheries
A protocol for the intercomparison of marine fishery and ecosystem models: FishMIP v1.0
Derek P. Tittensor, Tyler D. Eddy, Heike K. Lotze, Eric D. Galbraith, William Cheung, Manuel Barange, Julia L. Blanchard, Laurent Bopp, Andrea Bryndum-Buchholz, Matthias Büchner, Catherine Bulman, David A. Carozza, Villy Christensen, Marta Coll, Elizabeth A. Fulton, Alistair J. Hobday, Veronika Huber, Simon Jennings*, Miranda Jones, Patrick Lehodey, Jason S. Link, Steve Mackinson*, Olivier Maury, Susa Niiranen, Ricardo Oliveros Ramos, Tilla Roy, Jose A. Fernandes, Jacob Schewe, Yunne-Jai Shin, Charles A. Stock, Philip J. Underwood, Jan Volkholz, James R. Watson, Nicola D. Walker* Geoscientific Model Development