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French-Southern African co-authoring

  1. Ansorge, I.J., M. O. Baringer, E. J. D. Campos, S. Dong, R. A. Fine, S. L. Garzoli, G. Goni, C. S. Meinen, R. C. Perez, A. R. Piola, M. J. Roberts, S. Speich, J. Sprintall, T. Terre & M. A. Van den Berg (2014). Basin-wide Oceanographic Array bridges the South Atlantic. EOS, 95 (6): 53-60.
  2. Béhagle, N., Du Buisson, L., Josse, E., Lebourges-Dhaussy, A., Roudaut, G. & Ménard, F. (2014). Mesoscale features and micronekton in the Mozambique Channel: An acoustic approach. Deep-Sea Res. Part II: 100: 164-173.
  3. Djakouré, S., P. Penven, B. Bourles, B., Veitch, J. & Kone, V. (2014). Coastally trapped eddies in the north of the Gulf of Guinea, J. Geophys. Res.: Oceans, 119: 6805-6819.
  4. Halo, I., B. Backeberg, P. Penven, I. Ansorge, C. Reason & J.E.  Ullgren (2014). Eddy properties in the Mozambique Channel: A comparison between observations and two numerical ocean circulation models, 2014, Deep-Sea Res. Part II, 100: 38-53.
  5. Halo, I., P. Penven, B. Backeberg, I. Ansorge, F. Shillington & R. Roman (2014), Mesoscale eddy variability in the southern extension of the East Madagascar Current: Seasonal cycle, energy conversion terms, and eddy mean properties, J. Geophys. Res., 119(10): 7324-7356
  6. Hanke, L., M.J Roberts & J-F. Ternon (2014). Surface drifter trajectories highlight flow pathways in the Mozambique Channel. Deep-Sea Res. Part II, 100: 27-37.
  7. Herbette S., Hochet A., Huck T. , Colin de Verdière A. , Collin J. & Shillington F. (2014). The stability of dipolar gyres on a beta-planeGeophys. Astroph. Fluid Dyn., 108 (5)
  8. Jaquemet, S., J-F. Ternon, S. Kaehler, J.B. Thiebot, B. Dyer, E. Bemanaja, C. Marteau & M. Le Corre (2014). Contrasted structuring effects of mesoscale features on the seabird community in the Mozambique Channel. Deep-Sea Res. Part II, 100: 200-211.
  9. José Y. S., O. Aumont, E. Machu, P. Penven, C. L. Moloney & O. Maury (2014). Influence of mesoscale eddies on biological production in the Mozambique Channel: Several contrasted examples from an ocean-biogeochemistry model. Deep-Sea Res Part II, 100: 79-93.
  10. Krug, M., Tournadre, J. & Dufois, F. (2014). Interactions between the Agulhas Current and the eastern margin of the Agulhas Bank. Continental Shelf Research. 81: 67-79.
  11. Lebourges-Dhaussy, A., Huggett, J., Ockhuis, S., Roudaut, G., Josse, E. & Verheye, H. (2014). Zooplankton size and distribution within mesoscale structures in the Mozambique Channel: A comparative approach using the TAPS acoustic profiler, a multiple net sampler and ZooScan image analysis. Deep-Sea Res. Part II: 100: 136-152.
  12. Loveday, B., J. Durgadoo, C. Reason, A. Biastoch & P. Penven (2014). Decoupling of the Agulhas leakage from the Agulhas Current, 2014, J. Phys. Oceanogr., 44: 1776-1797.
  13. Manyilizu, M., F. Dufois, P. Penven & C. Reason (2014). Interannual variability in the tropical western Indian Ocean, 2014, Afr. J. Mar. Sci., 36: 233-252.
  14. Marsac, F., Barlow, R., Ternon, J.F., Ménard, F., & Roberts, M. (2014). Ecosystem functioning in the Mozambique Channel: synthesis and future research. Deep Sea Res. Part II, 100: 212-220.
  15. Martins, R.S., Roberts, M.J., Lett, C., Chang, N., Moloney, C.L., Camargo, M.G. & Vidal, E.A.G. (2014). Modelling transport of chokka squid (Loligo reynaudii) paralarvae off South Africa: Reviewing, testing and extending the 'Westward Transport Hypothesis'. Fish. Oceanog. 23(2): 116-131.
  16. Neira, S., Moloney, C., Christensen, V., Cury, P., Shannon, L. & Arancibia, H. (2014). Analysing changes in the southern Humboldt ecosystem for the period 1970-2004 by means of dynamic food web modelling. Ecol. Model., 27: 441-49.
  17. Penven, P., Halo, I., Pous, S., & Marié, L. (2014). Cyclogeostrophic balance in the Mozambique Channel. J. Geophys Res:. Oceans, 119.
  18. Pous, S., P. Lazure, G. Andre, F. Dumas, I. Halo & P. Penven (2014).Circulation around La Reunion and Mauritius islands in the south-western Indian Ocean: A modeling perspective, J. Geophys. Res.: Oceans, 119.
  19. Roberts, M.J., J-F. Ternon & T. Morris (2014). Interaction of dipole eddies with the western continental slope of the Mozambique Channel. Deep-Sea Res. Part II, 100: 54-67.
  20. Rouault, M., P. Verley & B. Backeberg (2014). Wind increase above warm Agulhas Current eddies. Ocean Sci. Discuss., 11: 2367-2389.
  21. Sabarros, P.S., Grémillet, D., Demarcq, H., Moseley, C., Pichegru, L., Mullers, R.H.E., Stenseth, N.C. & Machu, E. (2014). Fine-scale recognition and use of mesoscale fronts by foraging Cape gannets in the Benguela upwelling region. Deep-Sea Res. Part II, 107: 77-84.
  22. Shannon L., Coll M., Bundy A., Gascuel D., Heymans J.J., Kleisner K., Lynam C.P., Piroddi C., Tam J., Travers-Trolet M. & Shin Y.-J. (2014). Trophic level-based indicators to track fishing impacts across marine ecosystems. MEPS 512: 115-140.
  23. Ternon J.F, Bach, P., Barlow, R., Huggett, J., Jaquemet, S., Marsac, F., Ménard, F., Penven, P., Potier, M. & Roberts, M. (2014). The Mozambique Channel: from physics to upper trophic levels. Deep Sea Res. Part II, 100: 1-9
  24. Ternon, J.F., Roberts, M.J., Morris, T., Hancke, L. & Backeberg, B. (2014). In situ measured current structures of the eddy field in the Mozambique Channel. Deep Sea Res. Part II, 100: 10-26
  25. Travers-Trolet M., Shin Y.-J. & Field. J. (2014). An end-to-end coupled model ROMS-N2P2Z2D2-OSMOSE of the southern Benguela food web: parameterization, calibration and pattern-oriented validation. Afr. J. Mar. Sci. 36(1): 11-29.
  26. Travers-Trolet M., Shin Y.-J., Shannon L.J., Moloney C.L. & Field J.G. (2014). Combined fishing and climate forcing in the southern Benguela upwelling ecosystem: an end-to-end modelling approach reveals dampened effects. Plos One, 9(4): e94286.
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