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Coleen Moloney

Coleen Moloney

Department of Zoology & Ma-Re Institute
John Day Building
University Avenue
University of Cape Town
Rondebosch, 7701, RSA

Ph: # (0)21 650 3613

Email: coleen.moloney(at)gmail.com

Website:
www.ma-re.uct.ac.za

Research:

The study of the marine pelagic ecosystem off the west and south coast of southern Africa (Benguela ecosystem). Using computer models to study and understand the interplay between the physical environment and living organisms in determining nutrient cycles and productivity in marine ecosystems, including the roles of microbes, plants and animals.

Professional Affiliations:

Member of the editoral board of Environmental Research Letters Chair of Programme Management Committee of SEAChange

Latest Publications:

  1. Martins, R.S., Roberts, M.J., Vidal, E.A.G., Moloney, C.L. 2010. Effects of temperature on yolk utilization by chokka squid (Loligo reynaudii d’Orbigny, 1839) paralarvae. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 386: 19–26. doi:10.1016/j.jembe.2010.02.014
  2. Moloney, C.L., Jarre, A., Kimura, S., Mackas, D.L., Maury, O., Murphy, E.J., Peterson, W.T., Runge, J.A., Tadokoro, K. 2010. Dynamics of marine ecosystems: ecological processes. pp. 179–218. In: Barange, M., Field, J.G., Harris, R.H., Hofmann, E.E., Perry, I., Werner, F. (eds). Marine ecosystems and global change. Oxford University Press, Oxford. 412 pp.
  3. Osman, W., Moloney, C.L., van der Lingen, C.D. 2010. Vertical distribution of small pelagic fish eggs and larvae on the eastern Agulhas Bank, South Africa. African Journal of Marine Science 32(1):
  4. de Bruyn, P.A., Moloney, C.L., Schleyer, M.H. 2009. Application of age-structured production models to assess oyster Striostrea margaritacea populations managed by rotational harvesting in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. ICES Journal of Marine Science 66: 408–419.
  5. Neira, S., Moloney, C.L., Cury, P., Mullon, C., Christensen, V. 2009. Mechanisms affecting recovery in an upwelling food web: The case of the southern Humboldt. Progress in Oceanography 83 (1-4): 404–416. doi:10.10.16/j.pocean.2009.07.007

Students:

Masters:

Erich Koch
Bernardino Malauene
Irene Garcia-Fernandez

PhD:

Fabienne Cazassus
Shannon Hampton
Yonss Jose
Grea Wessels
Margit Wilhelm

Postdoctoral:

Dr Hilkka Ndjaula

Related Websites:

www.ma-re.uct.ac.za