|El Niño Southern Oscillation and tuna in the western Pacific|
P Lehodey, M Bertignac, J Hampton, A Lewis, J Picaut
Nature 389 (6652), 715-718, 1997
|Climate variability, fish, and fisheries|
P Lehodey, J Alheit, M Barange, T Baumgartner, G Beaugrand, ...
Journal of Climate 19 (20), 5009-5030, 2006
|A spatial ecosystem and populations dynamics model (SEAPODYM)–Modeling of tuna and tuna-like populations|
P Lehodey, I Senina, R Murtugudde
Progress in Oceanography 78 (4), 304-318, 2008
|On the use of IPCC-class models to assess the impact of climate on living marine resources|
CA Stock, MA Alexander, NA Bond, KM Brander, WWL Cheung, ...
Progress in Oceanography 88 (1-4), 1-27, 2011
|Modelling climate‐related variability of tuna populations from a coupled ocean–biogeochemical‐populations dynamics model|
P Lehodey, F Chai, J Hampton
Fisheries Oceanography 12 (4‐5), 483-494, 2003
|Vulnerability of tropical Pacific fisheries and aquaculture to climate change|
JD Bell, JE Johnson, AJ Hobday
SPC FAME Digital Library, 2011
|Mixed responses of tropical Pacific fisheries and aquaculture to climate change|
JD Bell, A Ganachaud, PC Gehrke, SP Griffiths, AJ Hobday, ...
Nature Climate Change 3 (6), 591-599, 2013
|Predicting skipjack tuna forage distributions in the equatorial Pacific using a coupled dynamical bio‐geochemical model|
P Lehodey, JM ANDRE, M Bertignac, J Hampton, A Stoens, C Menkes, ...
Fisheries Oceanography 7 (3‐4), 317-325, 1998
|The pelagic ecosystem of the tropical Pacific Ocean: dynamic spatial modelling and biological consequences of ENSO|
Progress in Oceanography 49 (1-4), 439-468, 2001
|Modelling the impact of climate change on Pacific skipjack tuna population and fisheries|
P Lehodey, I Senina, B Calmettes, J Hampton, S Nicol
Climatic change 119 (1), 95-109, 2013
|Bridging the gap from ocean models to population dynamics of large marine predators: a model of mid-trophic functional groups|
P Lehodey, R Murtugudde, I Senina
Progress in Oceanography 84 (1-2), 69-84, 2010
|A spatial population dynamics simulation model of tropical tunas using a habitat index based on environmental parameters|
M Bertignac, P Lehodey, J Hampton
Fisheries Oceanography 7 (3‐4), 326-334, 1998
|The trophodynamics of marine top predators: current knowledge, recent advances and challenges|
JW Young, BPV Hunt, TR Cook, JK Llopiz, EL Hazen, HR Pethybridge, ...
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 113, 170-187, 2015
|Parameter estimation for basin-scale ecosystem-linked population models of large pelagic predators: application to skipjack tuna|
I Senina, J Sibert, P Lehodey
Progress in Oceanography 78 (4), 319-335, 2008
|Managing living marine resources in a dynamic environment: the role of seasonal to decadal climate forecasts|
D Tommasi, CA Stock, AJ Hobday, R Methot, IC Kaplan, JP Eveson, ...
Progress in Oceanography 152, 15-49, 2017
|Preliminary forecasts of Pacific bigeye tuna population trends under the A2 IPCC scenario|
P Lehodey, I Senina, J Sibert, L Bopp, B Calmettes, J Hampton, ...
Progress in Oceanography 86 (1-2), 302-315, 2010
|Integrating biogeochemistry and ecology into ocean data assimilation systems|
P Brasseur, N Gruber, R Barciela, K Brander, M Doron, A ELMOUSSAOUI, ...
Oceanography 22 (3), 206-215, 2009
|Comparative ecology of widely distributed pelagic fish species in the North Atlantic: implications for modelling climate and fisheries impacts|
VM Trenkel, G Huse, BR MacKenzie, P Alvarez, H Arrizabalaga, ...
Progress in Oceanography 129, 219-243, 2014
|Vulnerability of oceanic fisheries in the tropical Pacific to climate change|
P Lehodey, J Hampton, RW Brill, S Nicol, I Senina, B Calmettes, ...
Vulnerability of tropical Pacific fisheries and aquaculture to climate …, 2011
|Age and growth of yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares) from the western and central Pacific Ocean as indicated by daily growth increments and tagging data|
P Lehodey, B Leroy
WP YFT-2, SCTB 12, 16-23, 1999