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  1. Rouault, M., P. Penven & B. Pohl (2010). On the recent warming of the Agulhas Current, In Observations on Environmental Change inSouth Africa, SAEON, Afrique du Sud, 268-270.
  2. Silva M., M. Araujo, J. Servain , P. Penven & C.A.D. Lentini (2010). High-resolution regional ocean dynamics simulation in the southwestern tropical Atlantic, In Clima do Atlantico Tropical e impactos sobre o Nordeste (CATIN), edited by J. Servain, J.N.B. Campos, E.S.P.R Martins et D.S. Reis, Oceanografia e Meteorologia da Funceme, FUNCEME et IRD, Fortaleza, Brazil, pp 76-116, ISBN 978-85-62406-07-2.
  3. Garrido, S & C.D. van der Lingen (2014). Chapter 4. Feeding Biology and Ecology. In: Ganias, K. (Ed). Biology and Ecology of Sardines and Anchovies. CRC Press, Boca Raton, pp 122-189.
  4. Cury P., Bertrand A., Bertrand S., Coll M., Gros P., Le Loc'h F., Maury O., Ménard F., Kifani S., Renaud F., Shannon L. & Shin Y.J. (2015). L'approche écosystémique des pêches : comment réconcilier conservation et exploitation. Chapter 8, 84p. In: Diversité et fonctions des systèmes écologiques marins, 430p. Vol. 5 Collection Mers et Océans éditions ISTE, dir. A. Mariotti, eds. A. Monaco & P. Prouzet. ISBN 978-1-78405-005-4
  5. Halo, I. (2015). The ocean’s role in the hydrological cycle. In: UNEP-Nairobi Convention and WIOMSA . Regional State of the Coast Report: Western Indian Ocean. UNEP and WIOMSA, Nairobi, Kenya, 546 pp.
  6. Brotons L., Christensen, V., Ravindranath, N.H., Cao, M., Chun, J.H., Maury, O., Peri, P.L., Proença, V. & Salihoglu, B. (2016). Modelling impacts of drivers on biodiversity and ecosystems. In IPBES, 2016: Methodological assessment of scenarios and models of biodiversity and ecosystem services [S. Ferrier, K. N. Ninan, P. Leadley, R. Alkemade, L. A. Acosta, H.R. Akçakaya, L. Brotons, W.W.L. Cheung, V. Christensen, K. A. Harhash, J. Kabubo-Mariara, C. Lundquist, M. Obersteiner, H. Pereira, G. Peterson, R. Pichs-Madruga, N. Ravindranath, C. Rondinini and B.A. Wintle (eds.)], Secretariat of the Intergovernmental Platform for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services, Bonn, Germany, 350 pages.
  7. Coll M. & Lotze, H.K. (2016). Chapter 7. Ecological indicators and food-web models to study past marine ecosystems, in: Kathleen Schwerdtner Máñez & Bo Poulsen (eds.), Perspectives on Oceans Past: A Handbook of Marine Environmental History. Springer Publishers.
  8. Reason, C.J.C. (2016). Storm hazards in Sub-Saharan Africa. Chapter 7, pp. 112-118. In: Natural and human-induced hazards and disasters in Africa, Genene Mulugeta & Thokozani Simelane (Eds). ISBN: 978-0-7983-0494-8
  9. Marsac, F. (2017). The Seychelles tuna fishery and climate change. Chapter 16, pp 523-569. In: The impact of climate change on fisheries and Aquaculture and aquaculture, Phillips B. and Perez-Ramirez M (Eds). Wiley & Blackwell. ISBN: 9781119154044.
  10. Maury O. & Y. Shin (2017). Scenarios for the evolution of marine ecosystems. In: The Ocean revealed, A. Euzen, F. Gaill, D. Lacroix, P. Cury (Eds), CNRS Editions, 321p.
  11. Moustahfid, H., Marsac, F. & Gangopadhyay, A. (2018). Vulnerability of marine fisheries in the Western Indian Ocean to climate change. In: Barange, M., Bahri, T., Beveridge, M., Cochrane, K., Funge-Smith, S., Poulain, F (Eds.). Impacts of Climate Change on fisheries and aquaculture - Synthesis of current knowledge, adaptation and mitigation options. Fisheries and Aquaculture Technical Paper. No. 627. Rome, FAO. 2018

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