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Details of Mr. Paulus Kainge   


Gender male
Job title Fisheries Scientist
Department Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources
National Marine Information and Research Centre Namibia ( NATMIRC)
Strand Street Box 912 Swakopmund
National Marine Information and Research Centre Namibia Strand Street Box 912
Tel +264644101127
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Degree MPhil
Job type Research
Research Area(s) Fisheries, Aquaculture , Fisheries, Aquaculture
Working languages English
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Mr. Paulus KAINGE)

Kainge P, Wieland K, Feekings J (2015). Diel effects on bottom-trawl survey catch rates of shallow- and deep-water Cape hakes, Merluccius capensis and M. paradoxus, off Namibia, using solar zenith angle. African Journal of Marine Science 37(4): 583-592 Strømme T, Lipinski MR, Kainge P (2015). Life cycle of hake and likely management implications. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries, DOI: 10.1007/s11160-015-9415-9 Jansen T, Kainge P, Singh L, Wilhelm M, Durholtz D, Strømme T, Kathena J, Erasmus V (2015). Spawning patterns of shallow-water hake (Merluccius capensis) and deep-water hake (M. paradoxus) in the Benguela Current Large Marine Ecosystem inferred from gonadosomatic indices. Fisheries Research 172: 168-180 Wilhelm MR, Kirchner CH, Roux J-P, Jarre A, Iitembu JA, Kathena JN and Kainge P (2015). Biology and fisheries of the shallow-water hake (Merluccius capensis) and the deepwater hake (M. paradoxus) in Namibia. Chapter 3 In: Hakes: biology and exploitation, pp 70-100. Ed. by H. Arancibia. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd: Chichester, UK. DOI: 10.1002/9781118568262.ch3 Salvanes AGV, Bartholomae C, Yemane D, Gibbons M, Kainge P, Krakstad J-O, Rouault M, Staby A, Sundby S (2015) Spatial dynamics of the bearded goby and its key fish predators off Namibia vary with climate and oxygen availability. Fisheries Oceanography 24 (Suppl. 1): 88?101 Jarre A, Hutchings L, Kirkman SP, Kreiner A, Tchipalanga PCM, Kainge P, Uanivi U, van der Plas AK, Blamey LK, Coetzee JC, Lamont T, Samaai T, Verheye HM, Yemane DG, Axelsen BE, Ostrowski M, Stenevik EK, Loeng H (2015) Synthesis: climate effects on biodiversity, abundance and distribution of marine organisms in the Benguela. Fisheries Oceanography 24 (Suppl. 1): 122?149 Paterson B, Kainge P (2014). Rebuilding the Namibian hake fishery: a case for collaboration between scientists and fishermen. Ecology and Society 19(2):49. http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol19/iss2/art49/. Kainge P, Bahamon N, Bartholomae CH, Kathena JN, van der Plas AK, Gordoa A (2013). Stock-environment recruitment analysis for Namibian Cape hake (Merluccius capensis). African Journal of Marine Science, 35(4), 555-564 Kirchner C, Kainge P, Kathena J (2012). Evaluation of the Status of the Namibian Hake Resource (Merluccius spp.) using Statistical Catch-at-Age Analysis. Environment for Development Discussion Paper Series, EfD DP 12-12, 56pp. Flynn BA, Richardson AJ, Brierley AS, Boyer DC, Axelsen BE, Scott L, Moroff NE, Kainge PI, Tjizoo BM, Gibbons MJ (2012). Temporal and spatial patterns in the abundance of jellyfish in the northern Benguela upwelling ecosystem and their link to thwarted pelagic fishery recovery. African Journal of Marine Science 34(1), 131-140 Field JG, Moloney CL, du Buisson L, Jarre A, Stroemme T, Lipinski MR, Kainge P (2008). Exploring the BOFFFF hypothesis using a model of Southern African deepwater hake (Merluccius paradoxus). In Tsukamoto K, Kawamura T, Takeuchi T, Beard TD Jnr, Kaiser MJ (Eds). Fisheries for Global Welfare and Environment, 5th World Fisheries Congress 2008, pp. 17-26. Kainge P, Kjesbu OS, Thorsen A, Salvannes AG (2007). Merluccius capensis spawn in Namibian waters, but does Merluccius paradoxus? African Journal of Marine Science 29(3), 379-392 Jørgensen T, Engås A, Johnsen E, Iilende T, Kainge P, Schneider P (2007). Escapement of Cape hakes under the fishing line of the demersal sampling trawl. African Journal of Marine Science 29(2): 209-221

Created: 2016-02-04 Last Updated: 2016-06-17