Santiago Cerviño
Santiago Cerviño
Investigador IEO
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Variability in total egg production and implications for management of the southern stock of European hake
S Mehault, R Domínguez-Petit, S Cerviño, F Saborido-Rey
Fisheries Research 104 (1-3), 111-122, 2010
The common fisheries policy: an enforcement problem
JM Da Rocha, S Cerviño, S Villasante
Marine Policy 36 (6), 1309-1314, 2012
Age and growth of redfish (Sebastes marinus, S. mentella, and S. fasciatus) on the Flemish Cap (Northwest Atlantic)
F Saborido-Rey, D Garabana, S Cervino
ICES Journal of Marine Science 61 (2), 231-242, 2004
Assessing sources of variation underlying estimates of cetacean diet composition: a simulation study on analysis of harbour porpoise diet in Scottish (UK) waters
GJ Pierce, MB Santos, S Cerviño
Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 87 (1 …, 2007
Context‐dependent interplays between truncated demographies and climate variation shape the population growth rate of a harvested species
M Hidalgo, T Rouyer, V Bartolino, S Cerviño, L Ciannelli, E Massutí, ...
Ecography 35 (7), 637-649, 2012
Reference points based on dynamic optimization: a versatile algorithm for mixed-fishery management with bioeconomic age-structured models
JM Da Rocha, MJ Gutiérrez, S Cerviño
ICES Journal of Marine Science 69 (4), 660-669, 2012
What can gene flow and recruitment dynamics tell us about connectivity between European hake stocks in the Eastern North Atlantic?
A Pita, M Perez, S Cervino, P Presa
Continental Shelf Research 31 (5), 376-387, 2011
To shape or to be shaped: engaging stakeholders in fishery management advice
P Sampedro, R Prellezo, D García, JM Da-Rocha, S Cervino, J Torralba, ...
ICES Journal of Marine Science 74 (2), 487-498, 2017
Impact of egg production and stock structure on MSY reference points and its management implications for southern hake (Merluccius merluccius)
S Cerviño, R Domínguez-Petit, E Jardim, S Mehault, C Piñeiro, ...
Fisheries Research 138, 168-178, 2013
An endogenous bioeconomic optimization algorithm to evaluate recovery plans: an application to southern hake
JM Da Rocha, S Cerviño, MJ Gutiérrez
ICES Journal of Marine Science 67 (9), 1957-1962, 2010
Bioeconomic multistock reference points as a tool for overcoming the drawbacks of the landing obligation
D García, R Prellezo, P Sampedro, JM Da-Rocha, J Castro, S Cervino, ...
ICES Journal of Marine Science 74 (2), 511-524, 2017
An assessment of the cod stock in NAFO Division 3M
A Vázquez, S Cerviño
NAFO SCR Doc 2 (58), 15, 2002
Stock assessment and projections incorporating discard estimates in some years: an application to the hake stock in ICES Divisions VIIIc and IXa
C Fernández, S Cervino, N Pérez, E Jardim
ICES Journal of Marine Science 67 (6), 1185-1197, 2010
Geostrophic circulation and heat flux across the Flemish Cap, 1988–2000
J Gil, R Sánchez, S Cerviño, D Garabana
Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Organization, 2004
European hake (Merluccius merluccius) in the Northeast Atlantic Ocean
M Korta, D García, M Santurtún, N Goikoetxea, E Andonegi, H Murua, ...
Hakes: biology and exploitation, 1-37, 2015
Assessing the environmental status of the short-beaked common dolphin (Delphinus delphis) in North-western Spanish waters using abundance trends and safe removal limits
C Saavedra, T Gerrodette, M Louzao, J Valeiras, S Garcia, S Cervino, ...
Progress in Oceanography 166, 66-75, 2018
An applied framework for incorporating multiple sources of uncertainty in fisheries stock assessments
F Scott, E Jardim, CP Millar, S Cerviño
PLoS One 11 (5), e0154922, 2016
Estimating growth from sex ratio-at-length data in species with sexual size dimorphism
S Cerviño
Fisheries Research 160, 112-119, 2014
Factors driving patterns and trends in strandings of small cetaceans
C Saavedra, GJ Pierce, J Gago, D Jusufovski, Á Cabrero, S Cerviño, ...
Marine biology 164, 1-17, 2017
A review of the status of the cod stock in NAFO division 3M
A Vázquez, S Cerviño
Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Organization, 2001
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