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Dr. Simeon Hill - Profile

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The NERC Open Research Archive  has open-access versions of many of these publications or you can contact me to request a copy..

 

33. Hill, S.L., Phillips, T. & Atkison, A. (2013) Potential Climate Change Effects on the Habitat of Antarctic Krill in the Weddell Quadrant of the Southern Ocea. PLoS ONE 8(8): e72246. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0072246

32. Hill, S.L. & Matthews, J. (2013) The sensitivity of multiple output statistics to input parameters in a krill-predator- fishery ecosystem dynamics model.CCAMLR Science

31. Hill, S.L. & Cannon, M. (2013) A potential feedback approach to Ecosystem Based Management: Model Predictive Control of the Antarctic krill fishery. CCAMLR Science

30. Hill, S.L. (2013) From strategic ambiguity to technical reference points in the Antarctic krill fishery: the worst journey in the world? Environmental Conservation. doi: 10.1017/S0376892913000088

29. Watters, G.M., Hill, S.L., Hinke, J., Matthews, J. & Reid, K. (2013) Decision making for ecosystem based management: evaluating options for a krill fishery with an ecosystem dynamics model. Ecological Applications.

28. Grant, S.M., Hill, S.L. & Fretwell, P. (2013) Spatial distribution of management measures, Antarctic krill catch and Southern Ocean bioregions: implications for conservation planning. CCAMLR Science.

27. Grant, S.M., Hill, S.L., Trathan, P.N. & Murphy, E.J. (2013). Ecosystem services of the Southern Ocean: trade-offs in decision-making. Antarctic Science.

26. Hill, S. L. (2013). Prospects for a sustainable increase in the availability of long chain omega 3s: Lessons from the Antarctic krill fishery. In De Meester, F., Watson, R.R.,  & Zibadi, S. eds. Omega 6/3 Fatty Acids Functions, Sustainability Strategies and Perspectives New York: Humana Press, 267-296.

25. Atkinson, A., Nicol, S., Kawaguchi, S., Pakhomov, E., Quetin, L., Ross, R., Hill, S., Reiss, C., Siegel, V., Tarling, G. (2012) Fitting Euphausia superba into Southern Ocean food-web models: a review of data sources and their limitations. CCAMLR Science. 19: 171-218.

24. Waluda, C.M., Hill, S.L., Peat, H.J., Trathan, P.N. (2012) Diet variability and reproductive performance of macaroni penguins (Eudyptes chrysolophus) at Bird Island, South Georgia. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 466:261-274

23. Murphy, E.J, Cavanagh, R.D., Hofmann, E. E., Hill, S.L., Constable, A.J., Costa, D.P., Pinkerton, M.H., Johnston, N. M., Trathan, P. N., Klinck, J.M., Wolf-Gladrow, D.A., Daly, K.L., Maury, O., Doney, S.C. (2012) Developing integrated models of Southern Ocean food webs: including ecological complexity, accounting for uncertainty and the importance of scale. Progress in Oceanography. 102: 74-92

22. Murphy, E.J., Hofmann, E.E., Watkins, J.L, Johnston, N.M., Piñones, A., Ballerini, T., Hill, S. L., Trathan, P. N., Tarling, G. A., Cavanagh, R. A., Young, E. F., Thorpe, S., Fretwell, P. (2012). Comparison of the structure and function of Southern Ocean regional ecosystems: The Antarctic Peninsula and South Georgia. Journal of Marine Systems.

21. Murphy, E. J., Watkins, J.L., Trathan, P.N., Reid, K., Meredith, M.P., Hill, S.L., Thorpe, S.E., Johnston, N.M., Clarke, A., Tarling, G.A., Collins, M.A., Forcada, J., Atkinson, A., Ward, P., Staniland, I.J., Pond, D.W., Cavanagh, R.A., Shreeve, R.S., Korb, R.E., Whitehouse, M.J., Rodhouse, P.G., Enderlein, P., Hirst, A.G., Martin, A.R., Briggs, D.R., Cunningham, N.J., Fleming, A.H. (2012) Spatial and Temporal Operation of the Scotia Sea Ecosystem. In: Rogers, Alex D.; Johnston, Nadine M.; Murphy, Eugene J.; Clarke, Andrew, (eds.) Antarctic Ecosystems: An Extreme Environment in a Changing World. Blackwell Publishing, 160-212.

20. Xavier, J. C., Vieira, C., Assis C., Cherel, Y., Hill, S., Costa E., Borges, T. C. & Coelho R. (2012). Feeding ecology of the deep-sea shark Etmopterus pusillus in the North-east Atlantic. Scientia Marina 76: 301-310

19. Hill, S.L., Keeble, K., Atkinson, A., Murphy, E.J. (2012) A foodweb model to explore uncertainties in the South Georgia shelf pelagic ecosystem. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography. 59-60: 237-252

18. Mackey, A.P., Atkinson, A., Hill, S.L., Ward, P., Cunningham, N.J., Johnston, N.M., Murphy, E.J. (2012) Antarctic macrozooplankton of the southwest Atlantic sector and Bellingshausen Sea: Baseline historical distributions (Discovery Investigations, 1928–1935) related to temperature and food, with projections for subsequent ocean warming. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography. 59-60: 130-146

17. Hill, S.L., Forcada, J., Trathan, P.N., Waluda, C.M. (2010) Using ecosystem monitoring data to detect impacts. CCAMLR Science, 17: 197–212.

16. Rose, K.A., Allen, J.I, A, Y., Barange, M., Blackford, J., Carlotti, F., Cropp, R., Daewel, U., Edwards, K., Flynn, K., Hill, S.L., HilleRisLambers, R., Huse, G., Mackinson, S., Megrey, B., Moll, A., Rivkin, R., Salihoglu, B., Schrum, C., Shannon, L., Shin, Y-J., Smith, S.L., Smith, C., Solidoro, C., St. John, M., Zhou, M. (2010) End-To-End Models for the Analysis of Marine Ecosystems: Challenges, Issues, and Next Steps. Marine and Coastal Fisheries: Dynamics, Management, and Ecosystem Science 2:115-130.

15. Hill, S.L., Trathan, P.N., Agnew, D.J. (2009) The risk to fishery performance associated with spatially resolved management of Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) harvesting. ICES Journal of Marine Science. 

14. Hill, S.L., Reid, K., Thorpe, S.E., Hinke, J., Watters, G.M. (2007) A compilation of parameters for ecosystem dynamics models of the Scotia Sea- Antarctic Peninsula region. CCAMLR Science 14, 1-25

13. Hill, S.L., Watters, G.M., Punt, A.E., McAllister, M.K., LeQuere, C., Turner, J. (2007) Model uncertainty in the ecosystem approach to fisheries. Fish and Fisheries, 8, 315-33

12. Murphy, E.M. et al (2007) Spatial and temporal operation of the Scotia Sea ecosystem: a review of large-scale links in a krill centred food web. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, 362, 113-148

11. Hill, S.L., Murphy, E.J., Reid, K., Trathan, P.N. & Constable, A.J. (2006) Modelling Southern Ocean ecosystems: krill, the food-web, and the impacts of fishing. Biological Reviews. 81 581-608

10. Agnew, D. J., Hill, S. L., Beddington, J. R., Purchase, L. V. and Wakeford, R. C. (2005). Sustainability and management of southwest Atlantic squid fisheries. Bulletin of Marine Science 76(2): 579-593.

9. Hill, S. L., Reid, K. and North, A. W. (2005). Recruitment of mackerel icefish (Champsocephalus gunnari) at South Georgia indicated by predator diets and its relationship with sea surface temperature. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 62(11): 2530-2537.

8. Reid, K., Hill, S. L., Diniz, T. C. D. and Collins, M. A. (2005). Mackerel icefish Champsocephalus gunnari in the diet of upper trophic level predators at South Georgia: implications for fisheries management. Marine Ecology Progress Series 305: 153-161.

7. McAllister, M.K., Hill, S.L., Agnew, D.J., Kirkwood, G.P., Beddington, J.R. (2004). A Bayesian hierarchical formulation of the De Lury stock assessment model for abundance estimation of Falkland Islands' squid (Loligo gahi). Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 61 1048-1059

6. Hill, S.L., Burrows, M.T., Hughes, R.N. (2003). The efficiency of adaptive search tactics for different prey distribution patterns: a simulation model based on the behaviour of juvenile plaice. Journal of Fish Biology 63SA, 117-130.

5. Hill, S. & Agnew D.J. (2002). Optimal harvest strategies for single-cohort squid populations. Bulletin of Marine Science 71, 371-381.

4. Agnew, D.J., Beddington, J.R. & Hill, S.L. (2002). The potential use of environmental information to manage squid stocks. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 59, 1851-1857. doi: 10.1139/F02-150

3. Hill, S., Burrows, M.T. & Hughes, R.N. (2002). Adaptive search in juvenile plaice foraging for aggregated and dispersed prey. Journal of Fish Biology 61, 1255-1267. doi: 10.1006/jfbi.2002.2145 

2.  Hill, S., Burrows, M.T. & Hughes, R.N. (2000). Increased turning per unit distance as an area-restricted search mechanism in a pause-travel predator, juvenile plaice, foraging for buried bivalves. Journal of Fish Biology 56, 1497-1508. doi: 10.1006/jfbi.2000.1278

1. Agnew, D.J., Hill, S.L. & Beddington, J.R. (2000). Predicting the recruitment strength of an annual squid stock: Loligo gahi around the Falkland Islands. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 57, 2479-2487

 

COMMISSIONED REPORTS

Rosenberg, A., Kirkwood, G., Mangel, M., Hill, S., Parkes, G. (2002) Investigating the robustness of the Icelandic cod assessment and catch control rule. MRAG Americas, Tampa Fl.

Hill, S., Kaiser, M.S., Agnew, D., Parkes, G. (2002). Evaluation and Analysis of Current Field Sampling Used in North Pacific Groundfish Fisheries. Task 2: Catch Estimation. Report prepared for National Marine Fisheries Service, Alaska Fisheries Science Center. Seattle, Washington. MRAG Americas, Inc.,Tampa Fl.

Hill, S., Burrows, M.T., Hawkins, S.J. (1998) INTERTIDAL REEF BIOTOPES An overview of dynamic and sensitivity characteristics for conservation management of marine SACs.

 

BOOK REVIEWS

Hill, S (2009) Rev of  International Governanance for Fisheries Ecosystems  (eds M.G. Schneter, N.J. Leonard  & W.W. Taylor)Journal of Fish Biology 74, 975-976

Hill, S (2009) Rev of Eosystem-Based Management for the Oceans (eds K. McLeod & H. Leslie) Environmental Conservation doi:10.1017/S0376892909990324.


EDITORIALS

Hill, S (2013) Bridging the great Antractic krill divide. Antarctic Science 25, 345.

Hill, S & Grant, S (2013) Could Ecosystem Assessment improve the protection of Antarctic ecosystems? Antarctic Science 25, 601-601