Relationship between Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) variability and westerly fluctuations and ozone depletion in the Antarctic Peninsula area
and density of Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) is important, as variability in krill stocks affects ... the Antarctic marine ecosystem as a whole. We have assessed variability in krill recruitment and density ... positive correlation between krill recruitment in the Antarctic Peninsula area and the strength ... krill recruitment in 1987/1988, 1990/1991, and 1994/1995, while the years of weak westerlies resulted ...
Meeting Document : WG-EMM-99/52 : Author(s): M. Naganobu, K. Kutsuwada, Y. Sasai and T. Taguchi (Japan) and V. Siegel (Germany)
Abstract: Abstract Interest in krill fishing continues to grow. To ensure that this fishery ... . Lack of sufficient information about abundance of krill and krill predator populations ... are delaying the establishment of krill catch limits among small-scale management units (SSMUs) in Area 48 ... . Uncertainties over krill escape mortality and the impact of krill fishing on fish larvae and krill predators ...
Meeting Document : CCAMLR-XXIX/BG/21 : Author(s): ASOC Observer
Abstract: This paper reviews information from krill fisheries operating in the CCAMLR Convention ... Area during the period July 1999 to June 2001. During that period, 14 vessels targeted krill in Area 48 ... during the 1999/2000 season (July 1999 to June 2000). A total of 104259 t of krill was caught, of which ... t from within Area 48 (subarea not specified). Between July and November 2000, 11 vessels targeted krill ...
Meeting Document : WG-EMM-01/7 : Author(s): Secretariat
The relationship between krill (Euphausia superba) fishing areas in the west Atlantic and the species’ circumpolar distribution
which the bulk of the commercial krill catch has been taken. Correspondingly, the areas of the following ... krill concentrations and (d) south of the mean summer position of the 0°C isotherm using specialised ... computer software based on a Lambert Geographical Projection. As a secondary step, the mean krill density ... a global biomass for krill within each of the above four regions. Similarly, the maximum estimated krill ...
Meeting Document : SC-CAMLR-VIII/BG/19 : Author(s): Delegation of South Africa
Some aspects of spatial–temporal variability of hydrodynamic water circulation and krill distribution in the Scotia Sea
Abstract: The authors considered the inter-annual variability of krill transport factors ... of analysis were the geostrophic water masses circulation and krill transport factors, including variability ... of water masses (kg / m 3) and krill biomass (g / m3) transporting across the survey area. Obtained ... of krill in subareas/SSMUs in the Scotia Sea is in a greater degree a reflection of the dynamics of krill ...
Meeting Document : WG-EMM-16/39 : Author(s): S.M. Kasatkina and V.N. Shnar
Abstract: During December 1996 the Elephant Island standard grid was surveyed for krill and salps ... . Krill and salps were present at almost all of the stations, other epipelagic zooplankton species were ... relatively scarce. Maximum krill density exceeded 7350 juvenile krill per 1000 m3. In general krill density ... was much higher than in previous years. The krill stock was dominated by length classes around 35 mm ...
Meeting Document : WG-EMM-97/16 : Author(s): Siegel, V.
Recommendations on estimating krill escape mortality during fishing operations: the problems and approaches
Abstract: The task to estimate the escape mortality of krill during the fishing operation ... assigned by Scientific Committee requires assessment of the total krill passed through the rope and netting ... parts of trawl and krill amount appeared unviable in the process of escapement. The recommendations ... ». Estimation of the total amount of krill escaped from the rope and netting parts of the trawl is proposed ...
Meeting Document : WG-SAM-10/06 : Author(s): V.K. Korotkov and S.M. Kasatkina (Russia)
Size and stage composition of age class 0 Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) in the ice-water interface layer during winter/early spring
Abstract: The condition and survival of Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) strongly depends ... on sea ice during winter. How krill utilize sea ice depends on several factors such as region ... and developmental stage. A comprehensive understanding of sea ice habitat use by krill, however, remains largely ... unknown. The aim of this study was to improve the understanding of the krill's interaction ...
Meeting Document : WG-EMM-16/P16 : Author(s): F. Schaafsma, C. David, E. Pakhomov, B. Hunt, B. Lange, H. Flores, J.A. van Franeker
New page in the Antarctic krill fishing (Translation from The Fishing Industry of Ukraine, 1–2/2007: 11–14)
Abstract: Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) is one of the largest marine resources of animal ... origin protein on the planet. Krill is the key element of the Antarctic Region ecosystem. Construction ... of modern vessels for krill fisheries and processing is foreseen anyway; introduction of new technologies ... on krill catch and resulting products, such as krill oil, hidrolizates, astaxanthine-related antioxidants ...
Meeting Document : SC-CAMLR-XXVI/BG/26 : Author(s): Delegation of Ukraine
Abstract: We observed whether Antarctic krill escaped from the trawl net or not using ... ) in 2011. To avoid the influence of camera lighting on krill behavior, the observation was conducted during ... daytime. Few krill appeared to escape from posterior part of trawl net. When the trawl net caught dense ... krill swarms, krill escaped from anterior part of trawl net. Krill were observed to swim actively after ...
Meeting Document : WG-EMM-12/66 : Author(s): K. Fujita and S. Hasegawa (Japan)