Work package 1

Kittu, L. R., Paul, A. J., Fernández-Méndez, M., Hopwood, M. J., & Riebesell, U. (2023). Coastal N2 Fixation Rates Coincide Spatially With Nitrogen Loss in the Humboldt Upwelling System off Peru. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 37(2), e2022GB007578.

Massing, J. C., Schukat, A., Auel, H., Auch, D., Kittu, L., Pinedo Arteaga, E. L., Correa Acosta, J., & Hagen, W. (2022). Toward a Solution of the “Peruvian Puzzle”: Pelagic Food-Web Structure and Trophic Interactions in the Northern Humboldt Current Upwelling System Off Peru. Frontiers in Marine Science, 8.

Shao, Z., Xu, Y., Wang, H., Luo, W., Wang, L., Huang, Y., Agawin, N. S. R., Ahmed, A., Benavides, M., Bentzon-Tilia, M., Berman-Frank, I., Berthelot, H., Biegala, I. C., Bif, M. B., Bode, A., Bonnet, S., Bronk, D. A., Brown, M. V., Campbell, L., ... Luo, Y.-W. (2023). Global oceanic diazotroph database version 2 and elevated estimate of global oceanic N2 fixation. Earth System Science Data, 15(8), 3673–3709.

Kittu, L.R. contributed as co-author

Work package 2

Saraux, C., Sydeman, W. J., Piatt, J. F., Anker-Nilssen, T., Hentati-Sundberg, J., Bertrand, S., Cury, P. M., Furness, R. W., Mills, J. A., Österblom, H., Passuni, G., Roux, J.-P., Shannon, L. J., & Crawford, R. J. M. (2021). Seabird-induced natural mortality of forage fish varies with fish abundance: Evidence from five ecosystems. Fish and Fisheries, 22(2), 262–279. 

Work package 3

Hauschildt, J., Thomsen, S., Echevin, V., Oschlies, A., José, Y. S., Krahmann, G., Bristow, L. A., & Lavik, G. (2020). The fate of upwelled nitrate off Peru shaped by submesoscale filaments and fronts [Preprint]. Biogeochemistry: Coastal Ocean. 

Hill Cruz, M., Frenger, I., Getzlaff, J., Kriest, I., Xue, T., & Shin, Y.-J. (2022). Understanding the drivers of fish variability in an end-to-end model of the Northern Humboldt Current System. Ecological Modelling, 472, 110097. 

Hill Cruz, M., Kriest, I., & Getzlaff, J. (2023). Diving deeper: Mesopelagic fish biomass estimates comparison using two different models. Frontiers in Marine Science, 10. 

Hill Cruz, M., Kriest, I., José, Y. S., Kiko, R., Hauss, H., & Oschlies, A. (2021). Zooplankton mortality effects on the plankton community of the northern Humboldt Current System: Sensitivity of a regional biogeochemical model. Biogeosciences, 18(9), 2891–2916. 

ICES. (2021). Working Group on Integrative, Physical-biological and Ecosystem Modelling [Report]. ICES Scientific Reports. 

Hill, M. contributed as co-author. Non peer-reviewed 

Xue, T., Frenger, I., Oschlies, A., Stock, C. A., Koeve, W., John, J. G., & Prowe, A. E. F. (2022). Mixed Layer Depth Promotes Trophic Amplification on a Seasonal Scale. Geophysical Research Letters, 49(12), e2022GL098720. 

Xue, T., Frenger, I., Prowe, A. E. F., José, Y. S., & Oschlies, A. (2022). Mixed layer depth dominates over upwelling in regulating the seasonality of ecosystem functioning in the Peruvian upwelling system. Biogeosciences, 19(2), 455– 475. 

Work package 4

Riekhof, M.-C., Kluger, L. C., Salvatteci, R., Siebert, L., & Voss, R. (2022). To tip or not to tip: The Window of Tipping Point Analysis for social-ecological systems. Natural Resource Modeling, 35(4), e12357. 

Salvatteci, R., Schneider, R. R., Galbraith, E., Field, D., Blanz, T., Bauersachs, T., Crosta, X., Martinez, P., Echevin, V., Scholz, F., & Bertrand, A. (2022). Smaller fish species in a warm and oxygen-poor Humboldt Current system. Science, 375(6576), 101–104. 

Salvatteci, R. (2022). Regime shift to smaller and less palatable fish species in a warm and oxygen-poor Humboldt Current system. The Science Breaker, 8 (3). smaller-and-less-palatable-fish-species-in-a-warmer-world

Work package 5

Del Solar, A., Alfaro-Cordova, E., Mendo, T., Ortega-Cisneros, K., Arias Schreiber, M., Grillo-Núñez, J., & Alfaro- Shigueto, J. (2023). Peru Case Study. In M. Wolff, S. C. A. Ferse, & H. Govan (Eds.), Challenges in Tropical Coastal Zone Management: Experiences and Lessons Learned (pp. 303–322). Springer International Publishing. 

Del Solar, A., Romagnoni, G., Kluger, L. C., Céspedes, C. M. S., & Wolff, M. (2022). Comparative Food Web Analysis of Two Peruvian Bay Systems Along a Latitudinal Gradient: Resource Use and the Environmental Envelope. Frontiers in Marine Science, 9. 

ICES. (2022). Workshop on Geo-Spatial Data for Small-Scale Fisheries (WKSSFGEO). 

Kriegl, M. contributed as co-author. 

Kluger, L. C., Alff, H., Alfaro-Córdova, E., & Alfaro-Shigueto, J. (2020). On the move: The role of mobility and migration as a coping strategy for resource users after abrupt environmental disturbance – the empirical example of the Coastal El Niño 2017. Global Environmental Change, 63, 102095. 

Kluger, L. C., & Filgueira, R. (2021). Thinking outside the box: Embracing social complexity in aquaculture carrying capacity estimations. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 78(1), 435–442. 

Kluger, L. C., Gorris, P., Kochalski, S., Mueller, M. S., & Romagnoni, G. (2020). Studying human–nature relationships through a network lens: A systematic review. People and Nature, 2(4), 1100–1116. 

Kluger, L. C., Kochalski, S., Aguirre-Velarde, A., Vivar, I., & Wolff, M. (2019). Coping with abrupt environmental change: The impact of the coastal El Niño 2017 on artisanal fisheries and mariculture in North Peru. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 76(4), 1122–1130. 

Kluger, L. C., Scotti, M., Vivar, I., & Wolff, M. (2019). Specialization of fishers leads to greater impact of external disturbance: Evidence from a social-ecological network modelling exercise for Sechura Bay, northern Peru. Ocean & Coastal Management, 179, 104861. 

Kriegl, M., Kluger, L. C., Gorris, P., & Kochalski, S. (2022). Coastal livelihood resilience to abrupt environmental change: The role of social capital in a Peruvian bay. Regional Environmental Change, 22(3), 103. 

Kriegl, M., Kluger, L. C., Holzkämper, E., Nagel, B., Kochalski, S., & Gorris, P. (2021a). How Important are Social Networks in Times of Environmental Crises? Easy_social_sciences, 66, 11–20. 

Kriegl, M., Kluger, L. C., Holzkämper, E., Nagel, B., Kochalski, S., & Gorris, P. (2021b). ¿Qué importancia tienen las redes sociales en tiempos de crisis ambiental? easy_social_sciences, 66, 1–11. 

Kriegl, M., Kluger, L. C., Holzkämper, E., Nagel, B., Kochalski, S., & Gorris, P. (2021c). Wie wichtig sind soziale Netzwerke in Zeiten von Umweltkrisen? easy_social_sciences, 66, 57–67. 

Letschert, J., Wolff, M., Kluger, L. C., Freudinger, C., Ronquillo, J., & Keith, I. (2021). Uncovered pathways: Modelling dispersal dynamics of ship-mediated marine introduced species. Journal of Applied Ecology, 58(3), 620–631. 

Rölfer, L., Elias Ilosvay, X. E., Ferse, S. C. A., Jung, J., Karcher, D. B., Kriegl, M., Nijamdeen, T. M., Riechers, M., & Walker, E. Z. (2022). Disentangling Obstacles to Knowledge Co-Production for Early-Career Researchers in the Marine Sciences. Frontiers in Marine Science, 9. 

Work package 6

de Mutsert, K., Coll, M., Steenbeek, J., Ainsworth, C., Buszowski, J., Chagaris, D., Christensen, V., Heymans, S. J. J., Lewis, K. A., Libralato, S., Oldford, G., Piroddi, C., Romagnoni, G., Serpetti, N., Spence, M. A., & Walters, C. (2023). Advances in spatial‐temporal coastal and marine ecosystem modeling using Ecospace. In Reference Module in Earth Systems and Environmental Sciences. Elsevier.

Romagnoni, G., Kluger, L. C., Tam, J., & Wolff, M. (2022). Adaptations to Climate Variability in Fisheries and Aquaculture Social-Ecological Systems in the Northern Humboldt Current Ecosystem: Challenges and Solutions. In I. Misiune, D. Depellegrin, & L. Egarter Vigl (Eds.), Human-Nature Interactions: Exploring Nature’s Values Across Landscapes (pp. 389–403). Springer International Publishing.

Sguotti, C., Färber, L., & Romagnoni, G. (2022). Regime Shifts in Coastal Marine Ecosystems: Theory, Methods and Management Perspectives. In Reference Module in Earth Systems and Environmental Sciences. Elsevier.

Steenbeek, J., Buszowski, J., Chagaris, D., Christensen, V., Coll, M., Fulton, E. A., Katsanevakis, S., Lewis, K. A., Mazaris, A. D., Macias, D., de Mutsert, K., Oldford, G., Pennino, M. G., Piroddi, C., Romagnoni, G., Serpetti, N., Shin, Y.-J., Spence, M. A., & Stelzenmüller, V. (2021). Making spatial-temporal marine ecosystem modelling better – A perspective. Environmental Modelling & Software, 145, 105209.

Work package 7

Damonte, G. H., Kluger, L. C., & Gonzales, I. E. (2023). Intertwined realities—Hybrid institutions in the Peruvian fisheries and aquaculture sectors. Maritime Studies, 22(2), 20.

Garteizgogeascoa, M., Kluger, L. C., Gonzales, I. E., Damonte, G., & Flitner, M. (2020). Contextualizing Scenarios to Explore Social-Ecological Futures: A Three Step Participatory Case Study for the Humboldt Current Upwelling System. Frontiers in Marine Science, 7.

Kluger, L. C., Garteizgogeascoa, M., Gonzales, I. E., Odar, L. A., Flitner, M., & Damonte, G. (2023). An analysis of the early impacts of COVID-19 on Peruvian fisheries and mariculture. ICES Journal of Marine Science, fsad140.


WP 5 & 7

Kluger, L. C., Schlüter, A., Garteizgogeascoa, M. & Damonte, G. (2022). Materialities, discourses and governance: Scallop culture in Sechura, Peru. Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning, 24(3), 309–324.

Schlüter, A., Kluger, L. C., Garteizgogeascoa, M. & Damonte, G. (2023). Resource Grabbing and the Blue Commons: The Evolution of Institutions in Scallop Production in Sechura Bay, Peru. In Routledge Handbook of Global Land and Resource Grabbing. Routledge.