Publications by: Reniel B. Cabral

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Atwood, Trisha B., Romanou, Anastasia, DeVries, Tim, Lerner, Paul E., Mayorga, Juan S., Bradley, Darcy, Cabral, Reniel B., Schmidt, Gavin A., and Sala, Enric (2024) Atmospheric CO2 emissions and ocean acidification from bottom-trawling. Frontiers in Marine Science, 10. 1125137.

Willis-Norton, Ellen, Mangin, Tracey, Schroeder, Donna, Cabral, Reniel B., and Gaines, Steven D. (2024) A synthesis of socioeconomic and sociocultural indicators for assessing the impacts of offshore renewable energy on fishery participants and fishing communities. Marine Policy, 161. 106013.

Cabral, Reniel B., Geronimo, Rollan C., Mamauag, Samuel S., Silva, Juan A., Mancao, Roquelito H., and Atrigenio, Michael P. (2023) Ensuring Aquatic Food Security in the Philippines. The Philippine Journal of Fisheries, 30 (2). pp. 298-313.

Atwood, Trisha B., Sala, Enric, Mayorga, Juan, Bradley, Darcy, Cabral, Reniel B., Auber, Arnaud, Cheung, William, Ferretti, Francesco, Friedlander, Alan M., Gaines, Steven D., Garilao, Cristina, Goodell, Whitney, Halpern, Benjamin S., Hinson, Audra, Kaschner, Kristin, Kesner-Reyes, Kathleen, Leprieur, Fabien, McGowan, Jennifer, Morgan, Lance E., Mouillot, David, Palacios-Abrantes, Juliano, Possingham, Hugh P., Rechberger, Kristin D., Worm, Boris, and Lubchenco, Jane (2023) Reply to: Quantifying the carbon benefits of ending bottom trawling. Nature, 617 (7960). E3-E5.

Free, Christopher M., Cabral, Reniel B., Froehlich, Halley E., Battista, Willow, Ojea, Elena, O’Reilly, Erin, Palardy, James E., García Molinos, Jorge, Siegel, Katherine J., Arnason, Ragnar, Juinio-Meñez, Marie Antonette, Fabricius, Katharina, Turley, Carol, and Gaines, Steven D. (2022) Expanding ocean food production under climate change. Nature, 605. pp. 490-496.

Sala, Enric, Mayorga, Juan, Bradley, Darcy, Cabral, Reniel B., Atwood, Trisha B., Auber, Arnaud, Cheung, William, Costello, Christopher, Ferretti, Francesco, Friedlander, Alan M., Gaines, Steven D., Garilao, Cristina, Goodell, Whitney, Halpern, Benjamin S., Hinson, Audra, Kaschner, Kristin, Kesner-Reyes, Kathleen, Leprieur, Fabien, Lubchenco, Jane, McGowan, Jennifer, Morgan, Lance E., Mouillot, David, Palacios-Abrantes, Juliano, Possingham, Hugh P., Rechberger, Kristin D., and Worm, Boris (2022) Reply to: A path forward for analysing the impacts of marine protected areas. Nature, 607 (7917). E3-E4.

Sullivan-Stack, Jenna, Aburto-Oropeza, Octavio, Brooks, Cassandra M., Cabral, Reniel, Caselle, Jennifer E., Chan, Francis, Duffy, J. Emmett, Dunn, Daniel C., Friedlander, Alan M., Fulton-Bennett, Heather K., Gaines, Steven D., Gerber, Leah R., Hines, Ellen, Leslie, Heather M., Lester, Sarah E., MacCarthy, Jessica M.C., Maxwell, Sara M., Mayorga, Juan, Mccauley, Douglas J., Micheli, Fiorenza, Moffitt, Russell, Nickols, Kerry J., Palumbi, Stephen R., Pearsall, Douglas R., Pike, Elizabeth P., Pikitch, Ellen K., Sancho, Gorka, Spalding, Ana K., Suman, Daniel O., Sykora-Bodie, Seth T., and Grorud-Colvert, Kirsten (2022) A scientific synthesis of marine protected areas in the United States: status and recommendations. Frontiers in Marine Science, 9. 849927.

Sala, Enric, Mayorga, Juan, Bradley, Darcy, Cabral, Reniel B., Atwood, Trisha B., Auber, Arnaud, Cheung, William, Costello, Christopher, Ferretti, Francesco, Friedlander, Alan M., Gaines, Steven D., Garilao, Cristina, Goodell, Whitney, Halpern, Benjamin S., Hinson, Audra, Kaschner, Kristin, Kesner-Reyes, Kathleen, Leprieur, Fabien, McGowan, Jennifer, Morgan, Lance E., Mouillot, David, Palacios-Abrantes, Juliano, Possingham, Hugh P., Rechberger, Kristin D., Worm, Boris, and Lubchenco, Jane (2021) Protecting the global ocean for biodiversity, food and climate. Nature, 592. pp. 397-402.

Cabral, Reniel B., Bradley, Darcy, Mayorga, Juan, Goodell, Whitney, Friedlander, Alan M., Sala, Enric, Costello, Christopher, and Gaines, Steven D. (2021) Reply to Hilborn: We agree that MPAs can improve fish catch in the South and Southeast Asia. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 118 (17). e2100660118.

Cabral, Reniel B., Bradley, Darcy, Mayorga, Juan, Goodell, Whitney, Friedlander, Alan M., Sala, Enric, Costello, Christopher, and Gaines, Steven D. (2021) Reply to Ovando et al.: How connected are global fisheries? Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 118 (23). e2100364118.

McDonald, Gavin G., Costello, Christopher, Bone, Jennifer, Cabral, Reniel B., Farabee, Valerie, Hochberg, Timothy, Kroodsma, David, Mangin, Tracey, Meng, Kyle C., and Zahn, Oliver (2021) Reply to Swartz et al.: Challenges and opportunities for identifying forced labor using satellite-based fishing vessel monitoring. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 118 (19). e2104563118.

McDonald, Gavin G., Costello, Christopher, Bone, Jennifer, Cabral, Reniel B., Farabee, Valerie, Hochberg, Timothy, Kroodsma, David, Mangin, Tracey, Meng, Kyle C., and Zahn, Oliver (2021) Satellites can reveal global extent of forced labor in the world's fishing fleet. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 118 (3). e2016238117.

Visalli, Morgan E., Best, Benjamin D., Cabral, Reniel B., Cheung, William W.L., Clark, Nichola A., Garilao, Cristina, Kaschner, Kristin, Kesner-Reyes, Kathleen, Lam, Vicky W.Y., Maxwell, Sara M., Mayorga, Juan, Moeller, Holly V., Morgan, Lance, Crespo, Guillermo Ortuño, Pinsky, Malin L., White, Timothy D., and McCauley, Douglas J. (2020) Data-driven approach for highlighting priority areas for protection in marine areas beyond national jurisdiction. Marine Policy, 122. 103927.

Burgess, Matthew G., Carrella, Ernesto, Drexler, Michael, Axtell, Robert L., Bailey, Richard M., Watson, James R., Cabral, Reniel B., Clemence, Michaela, Costello, Christopher, Dorsett, Chris, Gaines, Steven D., Klein, Emily S., Koralus, Philipp, Leonard, George, Levin, Simon A., Little, Lorne Richard, Lynham, John, Madsen, Jens Koed, Merkl, Andreas, Owashi, Brandon, Saul, Steven E., Putten, Ingrid E., and Wilcox, Sharon (2020) Opportunities for agent-based modelling in human dimensions of fisheries. Fish and Fisheries, 21 (3). pp. 570-587.

Carrella, Ernesto, Saul, Steven, Marshall, Kristin, Burgess, Matthew G., Cabral, Reniel B., Bailey, Richard M., Dorsett, Chris, Drexler, Michael, Madsen, Jens Koed, and Merkl, Andreas (2020) Simple Adaptive Rules Describe Fishing Behaviour Better than Perfect Rationality in the US West Coast Groundfish Fishery. Ecological Economics, 169. 106449.

Cabral, Reniel B., Halpern, Benjamin S., Lester, Sarah E., White, Crow, Gaines, Steven D., and Costello, Christopher (2019) Designing MPAs for food security in open-access fisheries. Scientific Reports, 9. 8033.

Bradley, Darcy, Mayorga, Juan, McCauley, Douglas J., Cabral, Reniel, Douglas, Patric, and Gaines, Steven D. (2019) Leveraging satellite technology to create true shark sanctuaries. Conservation Letters, 12 (2). e12610.

Siegel, Katherine, Cabral, Reniel, McHenry, Jennifer, Ojea, Elena, Owashi, Brandon, and Lester, Sarah E. (2019) Sovereign states in the Caribbean have lower social-ecological vulnerability to coral bleaching than overseas territories. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 286 (1897). 20182365.

Bailey, Richard M., Carrella, Ernesto, Axtell, Robert, Burgess, Matthew G., Cabral, Reniel B., Drexler, Michael, Dorsett, Chris, Madsen, Jens Koed, Merkl, Andreas, and Saul, Steven (2019) A computational approach to managing coupled human–environmental systems: the POSEIDON model of ocean fisheries. Sustainability Science, 14 (2). pp. 259-275.

Cabral, Reniel B., and Geronimo, Rollan C. (2018) How important are coral reefs to food security in the Philippines? Diving deeper than national aggregates and averages. Marine Policy, 91. pp. 136-141.

Cabral, Reniel B., Mayorga, Juan, Clemence, Michaela, Lynham, John, Koeshendrajana, Sonny, Muawanah, Umi, Nugroho, Duto, Anna, Zuzy, Mira, , Ghofar, Abdul, Zulbainarni, Nimmi, Gaines, Steven D., and Costello, Christopher (2018) Rapid and lasting gains from solving illegal fishing. Nature Ecology & Evolution, 2. pp. 650-658.

Cabral, Reniel B., Gaines, Steven D., Mayorga, Juan, Clemence, Michaela, Lynham, John, Koeshendrajana, Sonny, Muawanah, Umi, Nugroho, Duto, Anna, Zuzy, Mira, , Ghofar, Abdul, Zulbainarni, Nimmi, and Costello, Christopher (2018) Reply to ‘Achieving sustainable and equitable fisheries requires nuanced policies not silver bullets’. Nature Ecology & Evolution, 2. p. 1335.

Cabral, Reniel B., Gaines, Steven D., Johnson, Brett A., Bell, Tom W., and White, Crow (2017) Drivers of redistribution of fishing and non-fishing effort after the implementation of a marine protected area network. Ecological Applications, 27 (2). pp. 416-428.

Cabral, Reniel B., Halpern, Benjamin S., Costello, Christopher, and Gaines, Steven D. (2017) Unexpected Management Choices When Accounting for Uncertainty in Ecosystem Service Tradeoff Analyses. Conservation Letters, 10 (4). pp. 422-430.

Costello, Christopher, Ovando, Daniel, Clavelle, Tyler, Kent Strauss, C., Hilborn, Ray, Melnychuk, Michael C., Branch, Trevor A., Gaines, Steven D., Szuwalski, Cody S., Cabral, Reniel B., Rader, Douglas N., and Leland, Amanda (2016) Global fishery prospects under contrasting management regimes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 113 (18). pp. 5125-5129.

Yen, Jian D.L., Cabral, Reniel B., Cantor, Mauricio, Hatton, Ian, Kortsch, Susanne, Patrício, Joana, and Yamamichi, Masato (2016) Linking structure and function in food webs: maximization of different ecological functions generates distinct food web structures. Journal of Animal Ecology, 85 (2). pp. 537-547.

Cabral, Reniel B., Gaines, Steven D., Lim, May T., Atrigenio, Michael P., Mamauag, Samuel S., Pedemonte, Gerold C., and Aliño, Porfirio M. (2016) Siting marine protected areas based on habitat quality and extent provides the greatest benefit to spatially structured metapopulations. Ecosphere, 7 (11). e01533.

Horigue, Vera, Pressey, Robert L., Mills, Morena, Brotánková, Jana, Cabral, Reniel, and Andréfouët, Serge (2015) Benefits and challenges of scaling up expansion of Marine Protected Area networks in the Verde Island Passage, Central Philippines. PLoS One, 10 (8). e0135789. pp. 1-28.

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