Peer-reviewed articles 


Stelzenmüller, V., Coll, M., Mazaris, A. D., Giakoumi, S., Katsanevakis, S., Portman, M., Degen, R., Mackelworth, P., Gimpe, A., Albano, P. G., Almpanidou, V., Claudet, J., Essel, F., Evagelopoulos, T., Heymans, J. J., Genov, T., Kark, S., Micheli, F., PENNINO, MG, Rilov, G., Rumes, B., Steenbeek, J. 2018. A risk-based approach to cumulative effect assessments for marine management. Science of the Total Environment. In press.

PENNINO, M. G., Rufener, M. C., Thomé-Souza, M. J., CARVALHO, A. R., LOPES, P. F., & Sumaila, U. R. 2018. Searching for a compromise between biological and economic demands to protect vulnerable habitats. Scientific reports8(1), 7791.

VERBA, J. T., de Oliveira Borges, M. L., Ferreira da Silva, M. N., Costa Pinto, L., & Rabello Neto, J. G. (2018). Mice on menu: opportunistic feeding behaviour of the Amazonian silver arowana Osteoglossum bicirrhosum. Journal of fish biology.

Martínez Minaya, J., Cameletti, M., Conesa, D., PENNINO, M.G., 2018. Species distribution modeling: a statistical review with focus in spatio-temporal issues. Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment. 1-18.


PENNINO, MG, Vilela, R, Valeiras, X, Bellido, JM. 2017. Discard management: a spatial multi-criteria approach. Marine Policy, 77: 144-151.

Mesquita Noleto Filho, E, Gauy, AC,  PENNINO, MG, Gonçalves de Freitas, E. 2017. Bayesian analysis improves experimental studies about temporal patterning of aggression in fish. Behavioural Processes. In press.

Prado Fonseca, V., PENNINO, MG, de Nobrega, M., Lins Oliveira, JL, Figueiredo Mendes, L. 2017. Identifying fish diversity hot-spots in data-poor situations. Marine Environmental Research.  129, 365-373.

LOPES, P.F.M., PENNINO, MG, Freire, F. 2017. Climate change can reduce shrimp catches in equatorial Brazil. Regional Environmental Change. In press.

PENNINO, MG, Arcangeli, A., Prado Fonseca, V., Campana, I., Pierce, GJ, Rotta, A., Bellido, JM. 2017. A spatially explicit risk assessment approach: cetaceans and marine traffic in the Pelagos Sanctuary (Mediterranean Sea). PLoS ONE, 12(6):e0179686.

Monllor Hurtado, A., PENNINO, MGSanchez-Lizaso, JL. 2017. Shift in Tuna Catches due to Ocean Warming. PLoS ONE, 12(6): e0178196.

PENNINO, MG, Bellido, JM. , Conesa, D., Coll, M., Tortosa-Ausina, E. 2017. The analysis of convergence in ecological indicators: An application to the Mediterranean fisheries. Ecological Indicators, 78: 449-457.

Dell’Apa, A, PENNINO, MG, Bonzek, C. 2017. Modeling the habitat distribution of spiny dogfish (Squalus acanthias) by sex in coastal waters of the Northeast Atlantic U.S. Fishery Bulletin, 115: 89-100.

Costa, TLA, PENNINO, MG, Mendes, L. 2017. Identifying ecological barriers in marine environment: the case study of Dasyatis marianaeMarine Environmental Research, 125: 1-9.


ROOS, NC, PENNINO, MG, LOPES, PF, & CARVALHO, AR. 2016. Multiple management strategies to control selectivity on parrotfishes harvesting. Ocean & Coastal Management, 134, 20-29.

Maldonado, A. G., LOPES, P. F. M., Fernández, C. A. R., Alcala, C. A. L., & Sumalia, U. R. 2017. Transboundary fisheries management in the Amazon: Assessing current policies for the management of the ornamental silver arawana (Osteoglossum bicirrhosum). Marine Policy, 76, 192-199.

BEVILACQUA, AHV, CARVALHO, AR, Angelini, R & Christensen, V. 2016. More than Anecdotes: Fishers’ Ecological Knowledge Can Fill Gaps for Ecosystem Modeling. PlosOne 11(5): e0155655. 

Monsarrat, S, PENNINO, MG, Smith, TD, Reeves, RR, Meynard, C, Kaplan, D & Rodrigues A. 2016. A spatially explicit estimate of the pre-whaling abundance of the endangered North Atlantic right whale. Conservation Biology, In Press.

PENNINO, MG, Thomé-Souza, MFJ, CARVALHO, AR, Silveira Fontes, LC, Parente, C & LOPES, PFM. 2016. A spatial multivariate approach to understand what controls species catch composition in small-scale fisheries. Fisheries Research, 175: 132-141.

DAMASIO, LMA, LOPES, PFM, PENNINO, MGP, CARVALHO, AR. & Sumaila, UR. 2016. Size matters: fishing less and yielding more in smaller-scale fisheries. ICES, Journal of Marine Science, 73(4): 2-9.

Kemal, A, Faassen, EJ, PENNINO, MG & Lürling, M. 2016. Effect of the toxin (microcystin) content of Microcystis on copepod grazing. Harmful Algae, 52: 34-45.

PENNINO, MG, Perez-Roda, A, Graham, JP & Rotta, A. 2016. Effects of vessel traffic on relative abundance and behaviour of cetaceans: the case of the bottlenose dolphins in the Archipelago de La Maddalena, north-western Mediterranean sea. Hydrobiologia, 1-12. 

PENNINO, MG, Conesa, D, Lopez-Quilez, A, Munoz, F, Fernandez, A & Bellido JM. 2016. Fishery-dependent and independent data lead to consistent estimations of essential habitats. ICES, Journal of Marine Science.

Mele, S, PENNINO, MG, Piras, MC, Macías, D, Gómez-Vives, MJ, Alemany, F, Montero, F, Garippa, G & Merella, P. 2016. Ecology of the Atlantic black skipjack Euthynnus alletteratus (Osteichthyes: Scombridae) in the western Mediterranean Sea inferred by parasitological analysis. Parasitology.

Escalle, L, PENNINO, MG, Gaertner, D, Chavance, P, Delgado de Molina, A, Demarcq, H, Romanov, E & Merigot, B. 2016. Environmental factors and megafauna spatio-temporal co-occurrence with purse-seine fisheries. Fisheries Oceanography, 25(4): 443-447. 

Paradinas, I, Marín, M, PENNINO, MG, Consea, D, Lopez-Quilez, A & Bellido, JM, 2016. Identifying the best fishing-suitable areas under the new European discard ban. ICES, Journal of Marine Science.

PENNINO, MG, Merigot, B, Prado-Fonseca, V & Rotta, A, 2016. Habitat modeling for cetacean management: Spatial distribution in the southern Pelagos Sanctuary (Mediterranean Sea). Deep Sea Research Part II Topical Studies in Oceanography.

Paradinas, I, PENNINO, MG, Marin, M, Lopez-Quilez, A, Bellido, JM & Conesa, D. 2016. Modelling spatially sampled proportion processes. Revstat, In press. 

Gonzales-Andres, C., P.F.M. LOPES, Cortes, J., Sanchez-Lizaso, J.L. & PENNINO, MG. 2016. Abundance and Distribution Patterns of Thunnus albacares in Isla del Coco National Park through Predictive Habitat Suitability Models. PlosOne, 11 (12), e0168212.


ROOS, N, CARVALHO, AR, LOPES, PFM & PENNINO, MG. 2015. Modeling sensitive parrotfish (Labridae:Scarini) habitats along the Brazilian coast. Marine Environmental Research, 110: 92-100.

Torres-Rovira, L, Succu, S, Pasciu, V, Manca, ME, Gonzalez-Bulnes, A, Leoni, GG, PENNINO, MG, Spezzigu, A, Gallus, M, Dattena, M, Monniaux, D, Naitana, S & Berlinguer, F. 2015. Postnatal Pituitary and Follicular Activation: A Revisited Hypothesis in a Sheep Model. Reproduction, REP-15.

DAMASIO, LMA, LOPES, PFM, Guariento, RD & CARVALHO, AR. 2015. Matching fishers' knowledge and landing data to overcome data missing in small-scale fisheries. PlosOne: DOI 10.1371/journal.pone.0133122. 

LOPES, PFM, Pacheco, SS, Clauzet, M, Silvano, R & Begossi, A. 2015. Fisheries, tourism, and marine protected areas: Conflicting or synergistic interactions? Ecosystem Services.

RODRIGUES, M & LOPES, PFM. 2015. Each fisherman is different: taking the environmental perception of small-scale fishermen into account to manage marine protected areas. Marine Policy, 51:347-355.

Garla, RC, Freitas, RHA, Calado, JF, Paterno, Gustavo, BC & CARVALHO, AR. 2015. Public awareness of the economic potential and threats to sharks of a tropical oceanic archipelago in the western South Atlantic. Marine Policy, 60:128-133.

Monsarrat, S, PENNINO, MG, Smith, T, Reeves, R, Meynard, C, Kaplan, D & Rodrigues, A. 2015. Historical summer distribution of the endangered North Atlantic Right Whale (Eubalaena glacialis): a hypothesis based on the environmental niche of a congeneric species. Diversity and Distributions, 21(8): 925-937.

Paradinas I, Conesa D, PENNINO, MG, Muñoz F, Fernández AM, López-Quílez A & Bellido JM. 2015. Bayesian spatio-temporal approach to identifying fish nurseries by validating persistence areas. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 528: 245-255.

PENNINO, MG, Rotta, A, Graham, PJ & Bellido, JM. 2015. Interaction between bottlenose dolphin and trammel nets in the Archipelago de La Maddalena, Italy. Hydrobiologia, 747: 69-82.

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