RODRIGUES, A.R., ABDALLAH, P.R. & GASALLA, M.A. 2018. Harvesting costs and revenues: Implication of the performance of open-access industrial fishing fleets off Rio Grande, Brazil. Marine Policy, 93: 104-112. [pdf]

MARTINS, I.M. & GASALLA, M.A. 2018. Perceptions of climate and ocean change impacting the resources and livelihood of small-scale fishers in the South Brazil Bight. Climatic Change (published online 12 February 2018). [pdf]

PREVIERO, M. & GASALLA, M.A. 2018. Mapping fishing grounds, resource and fleet patterns to enhance management units in data-poor fisheries: The case of snappers and groupers in the Abrolhos Bank coral-reefs (South Atlantic). Ocean and Coastal Management, 154: 83-95. [pdf]

ASWANI, S., HOWARD, J.A.E., GASALLA, M.A., JENNINGS, S., MALHERBE, W., MARTINS, I.M., SALIM, S.S., VAN PUTTEN, I.E., SWATHILEKSHMI, P.S., NARAYANAKUMAR, R. & G.R. WATMOUGH, 2018. An integrated framework for assessing coastal community vulnerability across cultures, oceans and scales. Climate and Development (published online 03 Apr 2018)  [pdf].


ARAUJO, C.C. & GASALLA, M.A. 2017. Distribution patterns of loliginid squid paralarvae in relation to the oceanographic features off the South Brazil Bight (22°-25°S). Fisheries Oceanography, 27: 63-75. [pdf]

SANTOS, L.C.M., GASALLA, M.A., DAHDOUB-GUEBAS, F., BITTENCOURT, M.D. 2017. Socio-ecological assessment for environmental planning in coastal fishery areas: A case study in Brazilian mangroves. Ocean & Coastal Management, 136: 60-69. [pdf]


POPOVA, E., YOOL, A., BYFIELD, V., COCHRANE, K., COWARD, A., SALIM, S., GASALLA, M.A., HENSON, S., HOBDAY, A.J., PECL, G., SAUER, W.H, ROBERTS, M., 2016. From global to regional and back again: common climate stressors of marine ecosystems relevant for adaptation across five ocean warming hotspots. Global Change Biology, 22: 2038-2053. [pdf]

GASALLA, M.A. & CASTRO, F., 2016. Enhancing stewardship in small-scale fisheries in Latin America and the Caribbean: challenges and opportunities. Maritime Studies, 15: 15 . [pdf]

HOBDAY, A.J., COCHRANE, K., DOWNEY-BREEDT, N., HOWARD, J., ASWANI, S., BYFIELD, V., DUGGAN, G., DUNA, E., DUTRA, L.X.C., FRUSHER, S.D., FULTON, E.A., GAMMAGE, L., GASALLA, M.A, GRIFFITHS, C., GUISSAMULO, A., HAWARD, M., JARRE, A., JENNINGS, SM, JORDAN, T. JOYNER, J., RAMANI, N., KUMAR, S., MALHERBE, W., CISNEROS, K.O., PAYTAN, A. et al., 2016. Planning adaptation to climate change in fast-warming marine regions with seafood-dependent coastal communities. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries, 26: 1-20. [pdf]

GASALLA, M.A. & GANDINI, F.C., 2016. The loss of fishing territories in coastal areas: the case of seabob-shrimp small-scale fisheries in São Paulo, Brazil. Maritime Studies, 15: 9. [pdf]


DUARTE, L. F., RODRIGUES, E. S., PINHEIRO, M. A., GASALLA, M. A., 2015. Slipper lobsters (Scyllaridae) off the southeastern coast of Brazil: relative growth, population structure, and reproductive biology. Fishery Bulletin, 113: 55-68. [pdf]

HOBDAY, A.J., BELL, J.D., COOK, T.R., GASALLA, M.A., WENG, K.C., 2015. Reconciling conflicts in pelagic fisheries under climate change. Deep-Sea Research. Part 2. Tropical Studies in Oceanography, 113: 291-300. [pdf]

LEITE, M.C.F. & GASALLA, M.A., 2015. Method for assessing FEK as a practical tool for ecosystem-based fisheries management: seeking consensus in SE Brazil. FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Technical Paper, 591: 209-228.  [pdf]

POSTUMA, F.A. & GASALLA, M.A., 2015. Ethogram analysis reveals new body patterning behavior of the tropical arrow squid Doryteuthis plei off the São Paulo coast. Biological Bulletin, 229: 143-159. [pdf]


BARCELLOS, D. D. & GASALLA, M. A., 2014. Morphology and morphometry of Doryteuthis plei (Cephalopoda: Loliginidae) statoliths from the northern shelf off São Paulo, southeastern Brazil. Journal of Natural History, 49: 1319-1325. [pdf]

POSTUMA, F.A. & GASALLA, M. A., 2014. Reproductive activity of the tropical arrow squid Doryteuthis plei around São Sebastião Island (SE Brazil) based on a 10-year fisheries monitoring. Fisheries Research, 152: 45-54. [pdf]

RODHOUSE, P. G., PIERCE, G. J., NICHOLS, O. C., SAUER, W. H., ARKHIPKIN, A. I., LAPTIKHOVSKY, V. V., LIPINSKI, M. R., RAMOS, J. E., GRAS, M., KIDOKORO, H., SADAYASU, K., PEREIRA, J., LEFKADITOU, E., PITA, C., GASALLA, M. A., HAIMOVICI, M., SAKAI, M., DOWNEY, N., 2014. Environmental Effects on cephalopod population dynamics: Implications for management of fisheries. Advances in Marine Biology, 67: 99-233. [pdf]

MARTINS, R. S., CAMARGO, R., GASALLA, M. A., 2014. The São Paulo shelf (SE Brazil) as a nursery ground for Doryteuthis plei (Blainville, 1823) (Cephalopoda, Loliginidae) paralarvae: a Lagrangian particle-tracking Individual-Based Model approach. Hydrobiologia, 725: 57-68. [pdf] 


LEITE, M. C. F. ; GASALLA, M. A., 2013. A Method for assessing Fishers’ Ecological Knowledge as a Practical Tool for Ecosystem-Based Fisheries Management: Seeking consensus in Southeastern Brazil. Fisheries Research, 145: 43-53. [pdf]

HOBDAY, A. J., YOUNG, J.W., ABE, O., COSTA, D.P., COWEN, R.K., EVANS, K., GASALLA, M. A., KLOSER, R., MAURY, O., WENG, K.C., 2013. Climate impacts and oceanic top predators: moving from impacts to adaptation in oceanic systems. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries, 23: 537-546. [pdf]


SHIN, Y-J., BUNDY, A., SHANNON, L.J., BLANCHARD, J.L., CHUENPAGDEE, R., COLL, M., KNIGHT, B., LYNAM, C., PIET, G., RICHARDSON, A. J., the IndiSeas Working Group, GASALLA, M.A., 2012. Global in scope and regionally rich: an IndiSeas workshop helps shape the future of marine ecosystem indicators. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries, 22: 835-845. [pdf]


DUARTE, L. F., RODRIGUES, E. S., GASALLA, M. A., 2011. Contextualização da pesca mundial de lagostas e características da comercialização de Scyllarides spp e Panulirus spp na Baixada Santista, Estado de São Paulo, Brasil. Boletim do Instituto de Pesca, 37: 235-246. [pdf]


DUARTE, L.F.A., SEVERINO-RODRIGUES, E., GASALLA, M. A. 2010. Slipper lobster (CRUSTACEA, DECAPODA, SCYLLARIDAE) fisheries off the southeastern coast of Brazil: i- exploitation patterns between 23° 00 and 29° 65'S . Fisheries Research, 102: 141-151. [pdf]

GASALLA, M. A., RODRIGUES, A. R. & POSTUMA, F. A., 2010. The trophic role of the squid Loligo plei as a keystone species in the South Brazil Bight ecosystem. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 67: 1413-1424. [pdf]

GASALLA, M. A., RODRIGUES, A. R., DUARTE, L.F.A., SUMAILA, R. U., 2010. A comparative multi-fleet analysis of socio-economic indicators for fishery management in SE Brazil. Progress in Oceanography, 87: 304-319. [pdf]

PINCINATO, R.B.M. & GASALLA, M.A. 2010. Priceless prices and marine food webs: Long-term patterns of change and fishing impacts in the South Brazil Bight as reflected by the seafood market. Progress in Oceanography, 87: 320-330. [pdf]

POSTUMA, F. A. & GASALLA, M. A., 2010. On the relationship between squid and the environment: artisanal jigging for Loligo plei at Sao Sebastiao Island (24 S), southeastern Brazil. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 67: 1353-1362. [pdf]

MILLER, K., CHARLES, A., BARANGE, M., BRANDER, K., GALLUCCI, V. F., GASALLA, M.A., KHAN, A., MUNRO, G., MURTUGUDDE, R., OMMER, R. E., PERRY, I., 2010. Climate change, uncertainty, and resilient fisheries: Institutional responses through integrative science. Progress in Oceanography, 87: 338-346. [pdf]


GASALLA, M. A. 2009. Mares de alimento: desafios globais do manejo da pesca. Scientific American Brasil (Edição Especial), v. 02, p. 28-35. [pdf]


RODRIGUES, A. R., GASALLA, M. A. 2008. Spatial and temporal patterns in size and maturation of Loligo plei and Loligo sanpaulensis (CEPHALOPODA: LOLIGINIDAE) in Southeastern Brazilian waters, between 23°S and 27°S. Scientia Marina, 72: 631-643. [pdf]


GASALLA, M. A.; TUTUI, S. L S., 2006. Fishing for responses: a local experts consultation approach on the Brazilian sardine fishery sustainability. Journal of Coastal Research, 39: 1295-1299.


GASALLA, M. A.; POSTUMA, F.A., TOMÁS, A. R. G. 2005. Captura de lulas (MOLLUSCA: CEPHALOPODA) pela pesca industrial desembarcada em Santos: Comparação após 4 décadas. Brazilian Journal of Aquatic Science and Technology, 9(2): 5-8. [pdf]


GASALLA, M. A., 2004. The South Brazil Bight Revisited: Digging cruise charts and fishers´knowledge toward ecosystem modeling. Fisheries Centre Research Reports, Vancouver, 2004.

GASALLA, M. A., ROSSIWONGTSCHOWSKI, C. L. D. B., 2004. Contribution of ecosystem analysis to investigating the effects of changes in fishing strategies in the South Brazil Bight. Ecological Modelling, 172: 283-306. [pdf]

GASALLA, M. A. 2004. Women on the water? The participation of women in seagoing fishing off Southeastern Brazil. ACP-EU Fisheries Research Report Number, v. 16.


GASALLA, M. A.; YKUTA, C. 2015. Revelando a pesca de pequena escala. São Paulo: Instituto Oceanográfico da Universidade de São Paulo, 16p . [pdf]

GASALLA, M. A.; VELASCO, G. C. ; ROSSIWONGTSCHOWSKI, C. L. D. B. ; HAIMOVICI, M. ; MADUREIRA, L. S. P., 2007. Modelo de equilíbrio de biomassas do ecossistema marinho da Região Sudeste-Sul do Brasil entre 100 e 1000m de profundidade. São Paulo: Instituto Oceanográfico - USP, 56p . [pdf]

Books Chapters

GASALLA, M. A.; ABDALLAH, P. R.; LEMOS, D., 2018. Potential impacts of Climate Change in Brazilian Marine Fisheries and Aquaculture. In: PHILLIPS, B. and PÉREZ-RAMIREZ, M. (Eds.). Climate Change Impacts on Fisheries and Aquaculture: a Global Analysis. Wiley-Blackwell. [pdf]

BELL, J. D.; CHEUNG, W.; DE SILVA, S.; GASALLA, M. A.; FRUSHER, S.; HOBDAY, A.; LAM, V.; LEHODEY, P.; PECL, G.; SAMOILYS, M.; SENINA, I., 2016. Impacts and effects of ocean warming on the contribution of fisheries and aquaculture to food security.. In: Laffoley, D.; Baxter, J.M. (Org.). Explaining ocean warming: Causes, scale, effects and consequences. Gland: IUCN, International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources, p. 409 - 435. [pdf]

GASALLA, M.A.; DIEGUES, A. C. S. 2011. People´s Seas: "Ethno-oceanography" as an interdisciplinary means to approach marine ecosystem change. In: Omme, R.E.; Perry, I.; Cochrane, K.L.; Cury, P. (Org.). World Fisheries. A Social-Ecological Analysis. London: Wiley-Blackwell, p. 210-220.

GASALLA, M.A., 2011. Do all answers lie within (the community)? Fishing rights and marine conservation. In: Chuenpagdee, R. (Org.). World Small-Scale Fisheries Contemporary Visions. Delft: Eburon Academic Publishers, p. 185-204. [pdf]

GASALLA, M. A.; FERREIRA, M. C. L., 2009. Da fartura à escassez: memórias dos canoeiros sobre mudanças nas capturas e no ecossistema costeiro de Ubatuba. In: Denadai, M.R.; Gonçalvez, M.A.O.; Olivato, D.; Turra, A. (Org.). Com quantas memórias se faz uma canoa. A cultura do uso e feitio das canoas de "um só pau" no município de Ubatuba, SP. São Paulo: Com-Arte Junior, ECA-USP, p. 113-121.

SILVANO, R.; GASALLA, M. A.; PACHECO, S., 2009. Application of fishers' local ecological knowledge to better understand and manage tropical fisheries. In: Lopes, P.; Begossi, A. (Org.). Current trends in Human Ecology. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, p. 76-100.

HEILEMAN, S.; GASALLA, M. A., 2008. South Brazil Shelf LME - Chapter XVI. In: Sherman, K.; Hempel, G. (Org.). The UNEP Large Marine Ecosystems Report: A Perspective on Changing Conditions in LMEs of the World's Regional Seas. Nairobi: United Nations Environmental Program (UNEP), p. 723-734.

GASALLA, M. A.; PEREZ, J.A.A.; MARQUES, C.A ; TOMÁS, A.R.G.; AGUIAR, D.C; OLIVEIRA, U.C., 2004. Loligo sanpaulensis. In: Cergole, M.C; Ávila-da-Silva, A. O.; Rossi-Wongtschowski, C.L.D. (eds.). Análise das Principais Pescarias Comerciais do Sudeste-Sul do Brasil: Dinâmica Populacional das Espécies em Explotação. Série Documentos REVIZEE: Score Sul. São Paulo: Ulhôa Cintra. [pdf] 

PEREZ, J.A.A.; GASALLA, M. A.; AGUIAR, D.C.; OLIVEIRA, U.C.; MARQUES, C. A.; TOMÁS, A.R.G., 2004. Loligo plei. In: Cergole, M.C.; Ávila-da-Silva, A.O.; Rossi-Wongtschowski, C. (eds.). Análise das Principais Pescarias Comerciais do Sudeste-Sul do Brasil: Dinâmica Populacional das Espécies em Explotação. Série Documentos REVIZEE: Score Sul. São Paulo: Ulhôa Cintra. [pdf]

GASALLA, M. A., 2004. Women on the water? Feminine participation in seagoing fishing off Southeastern Brazil. In: Williams, S.B.; A. M. Hochet-Kibongui; C.E. Nauen. (Org.). Gender, fisheries and aquaculture: Social capital and knowledge for the transition towards sustainable use of aquatic ecosystems. Bruxelas: ACP-European Union Fisheries Research Initiative, v. 16, p. 28. [pdf] 


Climate Change Adaptation of Fisheries and Aquaculture: the USP at the global conference

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Revealing Small Scale Fisheries

Squids Under Focus

World Fisheries Day at USP

LabPesq at the World Small Scale Fisheries Congress

Special Issue Latin-america

Special issue on Latin American small-scale fisheries, stewardship's opportunities and challenges, was launched in Maritime Studies journal (Springer). With contributions originated from 7 countries, the thematic series elucidates on the management improvements, challenges, and processes that have emerged in that region of the world, turning it a social innovation pole. Read the editorial point-of-view article here.