|The Commission report contains the record of the discussions among CCAMLR Members and the decisions made at the Commission’s annual meetings in Hobart.
|The Scientific Committee report is an annual publication recording CCAMLR’s scientific meetings throughout the year.
|The Statistical Bulletin summarises catch and effort data from fisheries in the CAMLR Convention Area.
|CCAMLR Science contains scientific articles that underpin the conservation and the rational use of Antarctic marine living resources.
|The Conservation measures are binding on all Members and apply in the CAMLR Convention Area.
|Fishery Reports describe the status, trends, by-catch, assessments, ecosystem implications and management advice concerning fisheries in the Convention area. These fisheries are assessed every one or two years.
|The Scientific Observer's Manual – Krill Fisheries – Version 2023 (985.99 KB) contains guidance on standard tasks and requirements for observers as well as supplementary information to aid data collection requirements for Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) fisheries.
|The Scientific Observer's Manual – Finfish Fisheries – Version 2023 (1.32 MB) contains guidance on standard tasks and requirements for observers as well as supplementary information to aid data collection requirements for toothfish (Dissostichus spp.) and mackerel icefish (Champsocephalus gunnari) fisheries.
|The Commercial Data Collection Manual – Longline Fisheries – Version 2023 (651.1 KB) covers the terms and methods that are used for the collection of data by vessels in CCAMLR Longline fisheries, instructions on completing the fine-scale catch and effort (C2) forms, and information on the relevant regulations that apply to CCAMLR longline fisheries.
|CCAMLR Ecosystem Monitoring Program Standard Methods (787.42 KB) provide guidance on data collection to monitor potential annual impacts due to harvesting.
|Basic Documents contain the text of the Convention on the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources, the rules and procedures of the Commission and the Scientific Committee, and all of the administrative regulations of the Secretariat and CCAMLR as a whole.
|Fish the Sea not the Sky (3.07 MB) is a guide for fishers to avoid by-catch of seabirds.
|The VME Taxa Classification Guide (983.52 KB) provides a guide in the classification of macroscopic marine invertebrate.
|The Field Identification Guide to Heard Island and McDonald Islands Benthic Invertebrates (6.01 MB) is a guide for scientific observers on board fishing vessels in that area.
|The Fishing Gear Library is a reference library being developed as part of CCAMLR’s work on vulnerable marine ecosystems (VMEs).
Posters and information material
|CCAMLR’s Pop-up banner (1.25 MB) tells the story of how the organisation came about and how it operates some 30 years later.
|The CCAMLR flyer (118.15 KB), presenting CCAMLR, is available in CCAMLR’s four official languages.
|The Skate Discard Poster (593.06 KB) was made in an effort to reduce the discard of skates. Apart from being available in CCAMLR's official languages, this guide was also produced in Indonesian (592.38 KB), Japanese (709.18 KB) and Korean (632.75 KB).
|The Hook Discard Poster (120.74 KB) is, apart from CCAMLR's official languages, also available in Indonesian (303.34 KB), Japanese (435.82 KB) and Korean (230.97 KB).
|As well as being available in CCAMLR's official languages, the Overboard is not Forgotten (1.26 MB) poster was also produced in Chinese (428.18 KB), Indonesian (196.7 KB), Japanese (275.78 KB) and Korean (632.75 KB) to emphasise that correct disposal of waste on vessels is essential to avoid impacts on Antarctic wildlife.
|This Identification Guide for Toothfish (328.63 KB) helps assist in the identification of processed toothfish and is intended for use by inspectors/CDS officials, who need to determine if the frozen fish fillets are likely to be from toothfish or not.
|The book Illustrated guide of Decapoda for Atlantic sector of Antarctic and surrounding waters (41.46 MB) contains a short description of the external structure of Decapoda and original illustrations, a taxonomical summary of the order, original text legends, and comparative images for visual identification of different species.