initiatives to assess and further reduce illegal fishing in the Southern Ocean review conservation ...
The Antarctic Wildlife Research Fund (AWR) invites applications for funding from scientific researchers who can aid in determining the impact of the krill fishing industry on the Antarctic marine ecosystem. Such research will serve to ensure ecosystem protection, while improving the management basis for the fishery. AWR aims to improve the science-based understanding of the role of krill in the Antarctic ...
The requirements for notifying encounters, and potential encounters with vulnerable marine ecosystems (VMEs) are described in Conservation Measures (CM). Notifications are made under CM 22-07 in the case of encounters with potential VMEs during the course of bottom fishing, and under CM 22-06 in other cases such as during research surveys. Notifications are held in the Secretariat’s VME registry ...
Meeting Document : WG-EMM-11/07 : Author(s): Secretariat
ESTIMATION OF MANAGEMENT REFERENCE POINTS CONSISTENT WITH THE CATCH TRIGGER LEVEL FOR THE ANTARCTIC KRILL FISHERY IN AREA 48
The Generalised Yield Model was used to estimate fishing mortality and spawning stock biomass reference points for the krill fishery in CCAMLR Area 48 consistent with the catch trigger level of 620,000 tonnes. Projections were run with various increased levels of recruitment variability to analyse the sensitivity of the estimates of the reference points to recruitment variability. The estimates of F and SSB ...
Meeting Document : WG-EMM-11/17 : Author(s): T. Peatman, J. Moir Clark, D.J. Agnew (UK)
VARIABILITY IN KRILL BIOMASS LINKS HARVESTING AND CLIMATE WARMING TO PENGUIN POPULATION CHANGES IN ANTARCTICA
, baleen whales, and some fishes) were nearly extirpated in the 19th to mid-20th centuries and currently ...
Meeting Document : WG-EMM-11/P1 : Author(s): W.Z. Trivelpiece, J.T. Hinke, A.K. Miller, C.S. Reiss, S.G. Trivelpiece and G.M. Watters
DISCRIMINATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL VARIABLES THAT INFLUENCE THE CATCH PER UNIT EFFORT: THE CASE OF THE ANTARCTIC KRILL FISHERY
The use of the catch per unit effort (CPUE) as an index of abundance usually requires a standardization process consisting of isolating all those exogenous factors from temporal variations in abundance from the CPUE time-series. These exogenous factors include those generated by modifications in fishery vessel efficiency, variations in fishing strategies, and environmental fluctuations. The selection ...
Meeting Document : WG-EMM-11/P3 : Author(s): J.C. Quiroz, R. Wiff, M.A. Barrientos and F. Contreras
In order to manage the marine ecosystems in the CCAMLR Convention Area surrounding Antarctica, CCAMLR has implemented a range of rules and regulations to facilitate conservation of Antarctic marine living resources, alongside fishing activities. CCAMLR annually publishes the Schedule of Conservation Measures in Force with new and updated measures. These measures are binding to all Members in the CCAMLR ...
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Revised research plan for the 2017/18 exploratory longline fishery of D. mawsoni in Subarea 48.6 by South Africa and Japan
operation in Subarea 48.6 for the next fishing season with the same survey design. ...
Meeting Document : WG-FSA-17/10 : Author(s): Delegations of Japan and South Africa
of CCAMLR during the 2015/16 fishing season. The otoliths through laser ablation and mass spectrometry ...
Meeting Document : WG-FSA-17/30 : Author(s): Delegation of Chile
of] NCPs, that are Parties to UNCLOS, fishing within CCAMLR waters. Commission ...
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