Project links  
 Benguela Current Commission
Scientific articles (citation and weblink – we are still to add some links here)  
Cochrane, K.L., Oliver, B., Sauer, W., 2014.
An assessment of the current status of the chokka squid fishery in South Africa and an evaluation of alternative allocation strategies.
Marine Policy 43, 149-163.
Cochrane, K.L., Augustyn, C.J., Fairweather, T., Japp, D., Kilongo, K., Iitembu, J., Moroff, N., Roux, J.P., Shannon, L., Van Zyl, B., Vaz Velho, F., 2009.
Benguela Current Large Marine Ecosystem—Governance and Management for an Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries in the Region.
Coastal Management 37, 235- 254.
Crichton, M., Hutchings, L., Lamont, T., Jarre, A., 2013.
From physics to phytoplankton: prediction of dominant cell size in St Helena Bay in the Southern Benguela.
Journal of Plankton Research. doi: 10.1093/plankt/fbt012.
Field, J.G., Attwood, C.G., Jarre, A., Sink, K., Atkinson, L.J., Petersen, S., 2013.
Cooperation between scientists, NGOs and industry in support of sustainable fisheries: the South African hake Merluccius spp. trawl fishery experience.
Journal of Fish Biology 83, 1019-1034.
Henriques, R., Potts, W.M., Santos, C.V., Sauer, W.H.H., Shaw, P.W., 2014.
Population Connectivity and Phylogeography of a Coastal Fish, Atractoscion aequidens (Sciaenidae), across the Benguela Current Region: Evidence of an Ancient Vicariant Event.
PLoS ONE 9, e87907.
Jarre, A., Ragaller, S.M., 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 18, 55.
Jarre, A., Hutchings, L., Crichton, M., Wieland, K., Lamont, T., Blamey, L., Illert, C., Hill, E., van den Berg. M. In press.
Oxygen-depleted bottom waters along the west coast of South Africa, 1950-2011.
Fisheries Oceanography.
Jarre, A., Hutchings., L., Kirkman, S. P., Kreiner, A., Tchipalanga, P., Kainge, P., Uanivi, U., Van Der Plas, A., Blamey, L. K., Coetzee, J., Lamont, T., Samaai, T., Verheye, H. M., Yemane, D., Axelsen, B. E., Ostrowski, M., Stenevik, E. K., Loeng, H., accepted.
Synthesis: Climate effects on biodiversity, abundance and distribution of marine organisms in the Benguela.
Fisheries Oceanography.
Potts, W.M., Henriques, R., Santos, C.V., Munnik, K., Ansorge, I., Dufois, F., Booth, A.J., Kirchner, C., Sauer, W.H.H., Shaw, P.W., 2014.
Ocean warming, a rapid distributional shift, and the hybridization of a coastal fish species.
Global Change Biology 20, 2765-2777.
Smit, A.J., Roberts, M., Anderson, R.J., Dufois, F., Dudley, S.F.J., Bornman, T.G., Olbers, J., Bolton, J.J., 2013.
A Coastal Seawater Temperature Dataset for Biogeographical Studies: Large Biases between In Situ and Remotely-Sensed Data Sets around the Coast of South Africa.
PLoS ONE 8, e81944.
Sowman, M., Scott, D., Green, L.J.F., Hara, M.M., Hauck, M., Kirsten, K., Paterson, B., Raemaekers, S., Jones, K., Sunde, J., Turpie, J.K., 2013.
Shallow waters: social science research in South Africa's marine environment.
African Journal of Marine Science 35, 385-402.
Travers-Trolet, M., Shin, Y.-J., Shannon, L.J., Moloney, C.L., Field, J.G., 2014a.
Combined Fishing and Climate Forcing in the Southern Benguela Upwelling Ecosystem: An End-to-End Modelling Approach Reveals Dampened Effects. 
PLoS ONE 9, e94286.
Travers-Trolet, M., Shin, Y.J., Field, J.G., 2014b.
An end-to-end coupled model ROMS-N2P2Z2D2-OSMOSE of the southern Benguela foodweb: parameterisation, calibration and pattern-oriented validation.
African Journal of Marine Science 36, 11-29.
Wilhelm, M.R., Roux, J.-P., Moloney, C.L., Jarre, A., 2013.
Data from fur seal scats reveal when Namibian Merluccius capensis are hatched and how fast they grow.
ICES Journal of Marine Science: Journal du Conseil 70, 1429-1438.
Reports
De Young, C., Hjort, A., Sheridan, S. & Davies, S. 2011.
Climate change implications for fisheries of the Benguela Current region – Making the best of change.
FAO/Benguela Current Commission Workshop, 1–3 November 2011, Windhoek, Namibia.  FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Proceedings. No. 27, Rome. FAO. 2012.
ASCLME. 2012.
National Marine Ecosystem Diagnostic Analysis. South Africa.
Contribution to the Agulhas and Somali Current Large Marine Ecosystems Project (supported by UNDP with GEF grant financing).
ASCLME. 2013.
Coastal livelihoods assessments South Africa
FAO. 2013.
FAO/BCC Regional Workshop on Assessing Climate Change Vulnerability in Benguela Fisheries and Aquaculture,
Windhoek, Namibia, 11–13 April 2013. FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Report No. 1051. Rome. 66 pp.
Other links relevant to this hotspot
South African Environmental Observation Network –SAEON
International Centre for Education, Marine and Atmospheric Sciences over Africa (ICEMASA)
African Climate and Development Initiative
Applied Center for Climate and Earth Systems Science