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, Shust and Popkov, 1987). Myctophids apparently represent the second largest (after krill) and most ... separate food chain from krill, e.g. phytoplankton -> copepods -> myctophids -> predatory fish and squids ... foraging areas with males feeding close to the shore on fish and females feeding off-shore of krill. Three ... the ecological role of the krill. Proceedings of the BIOMASS colloquium in 1982. Mem. Nat. Inst ...
Science Journal Paper : Selected Scientific Papers, SC-CAMLR-SSP/8 (Selected Scientific Papers, SC-CAMLR-SSP/8) : 335–368 : Auteur(s): Sabourenkov, E.
that the Antarctic ecosystem is mainly based on phytoplanktonic production which sustains krill and ... , and the link between this species and krill is through feeding on cephalopods and bathypelagic fish ... , which in turn feed on krill. This characteristic should be taken into account in future investigations ...
Science Journal Paper : CCAMLR Science, Volume 6 (CCAMLR Science, Volume 6) : 1–17 : Auteur(s): Arana, P.M. and R. Vega
Precautionary spatial protection to facilitate the scientific study of habitats and communities under ice shelves in the context of recent, rapid, regional climate change
species such as krill, which are important prey for meso- and top- predators, may affect feeding ... /13 season. Trathan et al. 148 Fishing for Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) has occurred in ... shelf edge of the South Shetland Islands and Elephant Island and in the Bransfield Strait. Krill ...
Science Journal Paper : CCAMLR Science, Volume 20 (CCAMLR Science, Volume 20) : 139–151 : Auteur(s): Trathan, P.N., S.M. Grant, V. Siegel and K.-H. Kock
Southern Ocean. British Antarctic Survey Cambridge, England. - 10 - KOCK, K.-H. (1985a): Krill ... -----r11r---"'7.-:""'::"'1'1, ""--·- - • bottom trawl • Krill trawl ...
Science Journal Paper : Selected Scientific Papers, SC-CAMLR-SSP/2 (Selected Scientific Papers, SC-CAMLR-SSP/2) : 1-32 : Auteur(s): Kock, K.-H.
/04 Report of Ad Hoc Working Group on the Use of Krill CPUE Data (Hobart, 21, 22 and 29 August, 1985 ... marine living resources, particularly krill SC-CAMLR-IV/BG/20 Report of Members’ activities in 1984/85 ...
bioregionalisation process, e.g. a quantitative circumpolar krill and salp database and various top predator ...
Meeting Document : WS-BSO-07/7 : Auteur(s): M. Pinkerton, B. Sharp and J. Leathwick (New Zealand)
Progress towards a trophic model of the ecosystem of the Ross Sea, Antarctica, for investigating effects of the Antarctic toothfish fishery
relative absence of krill, Antarctic silverfish (Pleuragramma antarctica) are probably the major middle ...
Meeting Document : WG-EMM-06/14 : Auteur(s): M. Pinkerton, S. Hanchet and J. Bradford-Grieve (New Zealand)
prey, largely krill, which affected Antarctic fur seal females over time scales longer than their ...
Meeting Document : WG-EMM-06/P2 : Auteur(s): J. Forcada, P.N. Trathan, K. Reid and E.J. Murphy (United Kingdom)
Peculiarities of icefish Champsocephalus gunnari (Channichthyidae) distribution in South Georgia area during the surveys made by STM Atlantida in 2000 and 2002
year 2002 was characterized by krill distribution in near-bottom layer, causing icefish presence near ...
Meeting Document : WG-FSA-03/55 : Auteur(s): Zh.A. Frolkina, S.M. Kasatkina and N.N. Zhigalova (Russia)
LIFE HISTORY BUFFERING IN ANTARCTIC MAMMALS AND BIRDS AGAINST CHANGING PATTERNS OF CLIMATE AND ENVIRONMENTAL VARIATION
fur seal food supply, Antarctic krill. This has increased the fitness costs of breeding for females ...
Meeting Document : WG-EMM-08/P05 : Auteur(s): J. Forcada, P.N. Trathan and E.J. Murphy