CCAMLR Science, Volumes 1 to 15

Volume 1 (1994)
Hewitt, R.P. and D.A. Demer. 1994. Acoustic estimates of krill biomass in the Elephant Island area: 1981–1993. CCAMLR Science, 1: 1–5.
Loeb, V. and V. Siegel. 1994. Status of the krill stock around Elephant Island in 1991/92 and 1992/93. CCAMLR Science, 1: 7–33.
Trathan, P.N. and I. Everson. 1994. Status of the FIBEX acoustic data from the West Atlantic. CCAMLR Science, 1: 35–48.
de la Mare, W.K. 1994. Modelling krill recruitment. CCAMLR Science, 1: 49–54.
de la Mare, W.K. 1994. Estimating krill recruitment and its variability. CCAMLR Science, 1: 55–69.
Agnew, D.J. and V.H. Marín. 1994. Preliminary model of krill fishery behaviour in Subarea 48.1. CCAMLR Science, 1: 71–79.
Butterworth, D.S., G.R. Gluckman, R.B. Thomson, S. Chalis, K. Hiramatsu and D.J. Agnew. 1994. Further computations of the consequences of setting the annual krill catch limit to a fixed fraction of the estimate of krill biomass from a survey. CCAMLR Science, 1: 81–106.
Ichii, T., M. Naganobu and T. Ogishima. 1994. An assessment of the impact of krill fishery on penguins in the South Shetlands. CCAMLR Science, 1: 107–128.
Pakhomov, E.A. and S.A. Pankratov. 1994. By-catch, growth and feeding of Antarctic juvenile fish taken in krill (Euphausia superba Dana) fisheries in the South Georgia area, in 1992. CCAMLR Science, 1: 129–142.
Ashford, J.R., J.P. Croxall, P.S. Rubilar and C.A. Moreno. 1994. Seabird interactions with longlining operations for Dissostichus eleginoides at the South Sandwich Islands and South Georgia. CCAMLR Science, 1: 143–153.
Clarke, J. and K. Kerry. 1994. The effects of monitoring procedures on Adélie penguins. CCAMLR Science, 1: 155–164.
López Abellán, L.J. and E. Balguerías. 1994. On the presence of Paralomis spinosissima and Paralomis formosa in catches taken during the Spanish survey Antártida 8611. CCAMLR Science, 1: 165–173.
Basson, M. 1994. A preliminary investigation of the possible effects of rhizocephalan parasitism on the management of the crab fishery around South Georgia. CCAMLR Science, 1: 175–192.
Basson, M. and D.D. Hoggarth. 1994. Management and assessment options for the crab fishery around South Georgia. CCAMLR Science, 1: 193–202.
de la Mare, W.K. 1994. Estimating confidence intervals for fish stock abundance estimates from trawl surveys. CCAMLR Science, 1: 203–207.
Volume 2 (1995)
Williams, R. and W.K. de la Mare. 1995. Fish distribution and biomass in the Heard Island zone (Division 58.5.2). CCAMLR Science, 2: 1–20.
Duhamel, G. 1995. New data on spawning, hatching and growth of Champsocephalus gunnari on the shelf of the Kerguelen Islands. CCAMLR Science, 2: 21–34.
Macchi, G.J. and E.R. Barrera-Oro. 1995. Histological study on the ovarian development of mackerel icefish (Champsocephalus gunnari) from the South Georgia Islands. CCAMLR Science, 2: 35–49.
Pilling, G. and G. Parkes. 1995. Performance and geometry of the FP-120 trawl used during UK fish stock assessment surveys around South Georgia, Subarea 48.3. CCAMLR Science, 2: 51–69.
Kozlov, A.N. 1995. A review of the trophic role of mesopelagic fish of the family Myctophidae in the Southern Ocean ecosystem. CCAMLR Science, 2: 71–77.
Butterworth, D.S. and R.B. Thomson. 1995. Possible effects of different levels of krill fishing on predators – some initial modelling attempts. CCAMLR Science, 2: 79–97.
Agnew, D.J. and G. Phegan. 1995. A fine-scale model of the overlap between penguin foraging demands and the krill fishery in the South Shetland Islands and Antarctic Peninsula. CCAMLR Science, 2: 99–110.
Ashford, J.R., J.P. Croxall, P.S. Rubilar and C.A. Moreno. 1995. Seabird interactions with longlining operations for Dissostichus eleginoides around South Georgia, April to May 1994. CCAMLR Science, 2: 111–121.
Brothers, N., A. Foster and G. Robertson. 1995. The influence of bait quality on the sink rate of bait used in the Japanese longline tuna fishing industry: an experimental approach. CCAMLR Science, 2: 123–129.
Kock, K.-H. and U. Harm. 1995. Areas of seabed within the 500 m isobath around Elephant Island (Subarea 48.1). CCAMLR Science, 2: 131–135.
Volume 3 (1996)
Everson, I. and W.K. de la Mare. 1996. Some thoughts on precautionary measures for the krill fishery. CCAMLR Science, 3: 1–11.
Fedoulov, P.P., E. Murphy and K.E. Shulgovsky. 1996. Environment–krill relations in the South Georgia marine ecosystem. CCAMLR Science, 3: 13–30.
Constable, A. and W.K. de la Mare. 1996. A generalised model for evaluating yield and the long-term status of fish stocks under conditions of uncertainty. CCAMLR Science, 3: 31–54.
Parkes, G., C.A. Moreno, G. Pilling and Z. Young. 1996. Use of the Leslie stock depletion model for the assessment of local abundance of Patagonian toothfish (Dissostichus eleginoides). CCAMLR Science, 3: 55–77.
Moreno, C.A., P.S. Rubilar, E. Marschoff and L. Benzaquen. 1996. Factors affecting the incidental mortality of seabirds in the Dissostichus eleginoides fishery in the southwest Atlantic (Subarea 48.3, 1995 season). CCAMLR Science, 3: 79–91.
Williams, R. and D. Capdeville. 1996. Seabird interactions with trawl and longline fisheries for Dissostichus eleginoides and Champsocephalus gunnari. CCAMLR Science, 3: 93–99.
Croxall, J.P. and P.A. Prince. 1996. Potential interactions between wandering albatrosses and longline fisheries for Patagonian toothfish at South Georgia. CCAMLR Science, 3: 101–110.
Watters, G. 1996. By-catch of fishes captured by the krill fishing vessel Chiyo Maru No. 2 in Statistical Area 58 (January to March 1995). CCAMLR Science, 3: 111–123.
Ichii, T. and M. Naganobu. 1996. Surface water circulation in krill fishing areas near the South Shetland Islands. CCAMLR Science, 3: 125–136.
Volume 4 (1997)
Murphy, E.J., P.N. Trathan, I. Everson, G. Parkes and F.H.J. Daunt. 1997. Krill fishing in the Scotia Sea in relation to bathymetry, including the detailed distribution around South Georgia. CCAMLR Science, 4: 1–17.
Siegel, V., W. de la Mare and V. Loeb. 1997. Long-term monitoring of krill recruitment and abundance indices in the Elephant Island area (Antarctic Peninsula). CCAMLR Science, 4: 19–35.
Hewitt, R.P., G. Watters and D.A. Demer. 1997. Indices of prey availability near the Seal Island CEMP site: 1990 to 1996. CCAMLR Science, 4: 37–45.
Kawaguchi, S., T. Ichii and M. Naganobu. 1997. Catch per unit effort and proportional recruitment indices from Japanese krill fishery data in Subarea 48.1. CCAMLR Science, 4: 47–63.
Hewitt, R. 1997. Areal and seasonal extent of sea-ice cover off the northwestern side of the Antarctic Peninsula: 1979 to 1996. CCAMLR Science, 4: 65–73.
Kerry, K.R., J.R. Clarke, S. Eberhard, H. Gardner, R.M. Lawless, S. Corsolini, S. Focardi, E. Franchi, D. Rodary and R. Thomson. 1997. The foraging range of Adélie penguins – implications for CEMP and interactions with the krill fishery. CCAMLR Science, 4: 75–87.
Cooper, J., A.C. Wolfaardt and R.J.M. Crawford. 1997. Trends in population size and breeding success at colonies of macaroni and rockhopper penguins, Marion Island, 1979/80–1995/96. CCAMLR Science, 4: 89–103.
García de la Rosa, S.B., F. Sánchez and D. Figueroa. 1997. Comparative feeding ecology of Patagonian toothfish (Dissostichus eleginoides) in the southwestern Atlantic. CCAMLR Science, 4: 105–124.
Rodhouse, P.G. 1997. Precautionary measures for a new fishery on Martialia hyadesi (Cephalopoda, Ommastrephidae) in the Scotia Sea: an ecological approach. CCAMLR Science, 4: 125–139.
Watters, G. 1997. Preliminary analyses of data collected during experimental phases of the 1994/95 and 1995/96 Antarctic crab fishing seasons. CCAMLR Science, 4: 141–159.
Kasatkina, S.M. 1997. Selectivity of commercial and research trawls in relation to krill. CCAMLR Science, 4: 161–169.
Capdeville, D. 1997. Interaction of marine mammals with the longline fishery around the Kerguelen Islands (Division 58.5.1) during the 1995/96 cruise. CCAMLR Science, 4: 171–174.
Duhamel, G., P. Pruvost and D. Capdeville. 1997. By-catch of fish in longline catches off the Kerguelen Islands (Division 58.5.1) during the 1995/96 season. CCAMLR Science, 4: 175–193.
Kasatkina, S.M., V.N. Shnar, M.I. Polischuk, A.M. Abramov and V.A. Sushin. 1997. Assessment of krill flux factors in waters of South Orkney Islands during summer 1996. CCAMLR Science, 4: 195–204.
Volume 5 (1998)
Constable, A.J. and W.K. de la Mare. 1998. Bias in the estimation of krill yield from using a deterministic formulation of the median unexploited spawning biomass. CCAMLR Science, 5: 1–8.
Trathan, P.N., I. Everson, E.J. Murphy and G.B. Parkes. 1998. Analysis of haul data from the South Georgia krill fishery. CCAMLR Science, 5: 9–30.
Siegel, V., V. Sushin and U. Damm. 1998. Catch per unit effort (CPUE) data from the early years of commercail krill fishing operations in the Atlantic sector of the Antarctic. CCAMLR Science, 5: 31–50.
Sushin, V.A. 1998. Distribution of the Soviet krill fishing fleet in the South Orkneys area (Subarea 48.2) during 1989/90. CCAMLR Science, 5: 51–62.
Agnew, D.J., I. Everson, G.P. Kirkwood and G.B. Parkes. 1998. Towards the development of a management plan for mackerel icefish (Champsocephalus gunnari) in Subarea 48.3. CCAMLR Science, 5: 63–77.
de la Mare, W.K., R. Williams and A.J. Constable. 1998. An assessment of the mackerel icefish (Champsocephalus gunnari) off Heard Island. CCAMLR Science, 5: 79–101.
Barrera-Oro, E., R. Casaux and E. Marschoff. 1998. Analysis of the diet of Champsocephalus gunnari at South Georgia in late summer from 1994 to 1997, Dr Eduardo L. Holmberg surveys. CCAMLR Science, 5: 103–123.
Frolkina, G.A., M.P. Konstantinova and I.A Trunov. 1998. Composition and characteristics of ichthyofauna in pelagic waters of South Georgia (Subarea 48.3). CCAMLR Science, 5: 125–164.
Kock, K.-H. 1998. Changes in the fish biomass around Elephant Island (Subarea 48.1) from 1976 to 1996. CCAMLR Science, 5: 165–189.
Cassia, M.C. 1998. Comparison of age readings from scales and otoliths of the Patagonian toothfish (Dissostichus eleginoides) from South Georgia. CCAMLR Science, 5: 191–203.
Kawaguchi, S., T. Ichii, M. Naganobu and W.K. de la Mare. 1998. Do krill and salps compete? Contrary evidence from the krill fisheries. CCAMLR Science, 5: 205–216.
Ashford, J.R. and J.P. Croxall. 1998. An assessment of CCAMLR measures employed to mitigate seabird mortality in longlining operations for Dissostichus eleginoides around South Georgia. CCAMLR Science, 5: 217–230.
Constable, A.J., R. Williams and W.K. de la Mare. 1998. Assessments of by-catch in trawl fisheries at Heard and McDonald Islands. CCAMLR Science, 5: 231–243.
Everson, I. 1998. Natural mortality rate in the mackerel icefish (Champsocephalus gunnari) around South Georgia. CCAMLR Science, 5: 245–257.
Goss, C., P. Rodhouse, J.L. Watkins and A.S. Brierley. 1998. Attribtuion of acoustic echoes to squid in the south Atlantic. CCAMLR Science, 5: 259–271.
Brierley, A.S., C. Goss, J.L. Watkins and P. Woodroffe. 1998. Variations in echosounder calibration with temperature, and some possible implications for acoustic surveys of krill biomass. CCAMLR Science, 5: 273–281.
Volume 6 (1999)
Arana, P.M. and R. Vega. 1999. Exploratory fishing for Dissostichus spp. in the Antarctic region (Subareas 48.1, 48.2 and 88.3). CCAMLR Science, 6: 1–17.
Agnew, D.J., L. Heaps, C. Jones, A. Watson, K. Berkieta and J. Pearce. 1999. Depth distribution and spawning pattern of Dissostichus eleginoides at South Georgia. CCAMLR Science, 6: 19–36.
Everson, I. and A.W. Murray. 1999. Size at sexual maturity of Patagonian toothfish (Dissostichus eleginoides). CCAMLR Science, 6: 37–46.
Brierley, A.S., J.L. Watkins, C. Goss, M.T. Wilkinson and I. Everson. 1999. Acoustic estimates of krill density at South Georgia, 1981 to 1998. CCAMLR Science, 6: 47–57.
Sushin, V.A. and K.E. Shulgovsky. 1999. Krill distribution in the western Atlantic sector of the Southern Ocean during 1983/84, 1984/85 and 1987/88 based on the results of Soviet mesoscale surveys conducted using an Isaacs-Kidd midwater trawl. CCAMLR Science, 6: 59–70.
Watkins, J.L. 1999. A composite recruitment index to describe interannual changes in the population structure of Antarctic krill at South Georgia. CCAMLR Science, 6: 71–84.
Nel, D.C. and J.L. Nel. 1999. Marine debris and fishing gear associated with seabirds at sub-Antarctic Marion island, 1996/97 and 1997/98: in relation to longline fishing activity. CCAMLR Science, 6: 85–96.
López Abellán, L.J. and J.F. González Jiménez. 1999. Results of a longline survey on seamounts in the southeast Atlantic and in Subarea 48.6 and Division 58.4.4. CCAMLR Science, 6: 99–116.
Everson, I., B. Bendall and A. Murray. 1999. Otolith and body size relationships in the mackerel icefish (Champsocephalus gunnari). CCAMLR Science, 6: 117–123.
Trathan, P.N., J. Kalinowski and I. Everson. 1999. Status of the Polish FIBEX acoustic data from the West Atlantic. CCAMLR Science, 6: 125–132.
Jones, C.D., S.N. Sexton and R.E. Cosgrove III. 1999. Surface areas of seabed within the 500 m isobath regions within the South Shetland Islands (Subarea 48.1). CCAMLR Science, 6: 133–140.
Volume 7 (2000)
Kock, K.-H., C.D. Jones and S. Wilhelms. 2000. Biological characteristics of Antarctic fish stocks in the southern Scotia Arc region. CCAMLR Science, 7: 1–41.
Barrera-Oro, E.R., E.R. Marschoff and R.J. Casaux. 2000. Trends in relative abundance of fjord Notothenia rossii, Gobionotothen gibberifrons and Notothenia coriiceps at Potter Cove, South Shetland Islands, after commercial fishing in the area. CCAMLR Science, 7: 43–52.
Jones, C.D., K.-H. Kock and E. Balguerías. 2000. Changes in biomass of eight species of finfish around the South Orkney Islands (Subarea 48.2) from three bottom trawl surveys. CCAMLR Science, 7: 53–74.
Parkes, G.B. 2000. Protecting young fish and spawning aggregations of Champsocephalus gunnari in Subarea 48.3 (South Georgia): a review. CCAMLR Science, 7: 75–86.
Nicol, S., A.J. Constable and T. Pauly. 2000. Estimates of circumpolar abundance of Antarctic krill based on recent acoustic density measurements. CCAMLR Science, 7: 87–99.
de la Mare, W.K. and A.J. Constable. 2000. Utilising data from ecosystem monitoring for managing fisheries: development of statistical summaries of indices arising from the CCAMLR Ecosystem Monitoring Program. CCAMLR Science, 7: 101–117.
Agnew, D.J., A.D. Black, J.P. Croxall and G.B. Parkes. 2000. Experimental evaluation of the effectiveness of weighting regimes in reducing seabird by-catch in the longline toothfish fishery around South Georgia. CCAMLR Science, 7: 119–131.
Robertson, G.G. 2000. Effect of line sink rate on albatross mortality in the Patagonian toothfish longline fishery. CCAMLR Science, 7: 133–150.
Irvine, L.G., J.R. Clarke and K.R. Kerry. 2000. Low breeding success of the Adélie penguin at Béchervaise Island in the 1998/99 season. CCAMLR Science, 7: 151–167.
van Wijk, E.M., A.J. Constable, R. Williams and T. Lamb. 2000. Distribution and abundance of Macrourus carinatus on BANZARE Bank in the southern Indian Ocean. CCAMLR Science, 7: 171–178.
Hewitt, R. 2000. An index of per capita recruitment. CCAMLR Science, 7: 179–196.
Jones, C.D. 2000. Revised estimates of seabed areas within the 500 m isobath of the South Orkney Islands (Subarea 48.2) and consequences for standing stock biomass estimates of nine species of finfish. CCAMLR Science, 7: 197–204.
Volume 8 (2001)
Trathan, P.N., J.L. Watkins, A.W.A. Murray, A.S. Brierley, I. Everson, C. Goss, J. Priddle, K. Reid, P. Ward, R. Hewitt, D. Demer, M. Naganobu, S. Kawaguchi, V. Sushin, S.M. Kasatkina, S. Hedley, S. Kim and T. Pauly. 2001. The CCAMLR-2000 Krill Synoptic Survey: a description of the rationale and design. CCAMLR Science, 8: 1–24.
Kawaguchi, S. and K. Segawa. 2001. Analysis of krill trawling positions north of the South Shetland Islands (Antarctic Peninsula area), 1980/81–1999/2000. CCAMLR Science, 8: 25–36.
Constable, A.J. 2001. The ecosystem approach to managing fisheries: achieving conservation objectives for predators of fished species. CCAMLR Science, 8: 37–64.
Kirkwood, G.P. and A.J. Constable. 2001. Integration of CPUE data into assessments using the Generalised Yield Model. CCAMLR Science, 8: 65–74.
Ashford, J.R., S. Wischniowski, C. Jones, S. Bobko and I. Everson. 2001. A comparison between otoliths and scales for use in estimating the age of Dissostichus eleginoides from South Georgia. CCAMLR Science, 8: 75–92.
Agnew, D.J., T.M. Daw, G.M. Pilling and M.G. Purves. 2001. Fishing for toothfish using pots: results of trials undertaken around South Georgia, March–May 2000. CCAMLR Science, 8: 93–105.
Everson, I., A.W. North, A. Paul, R. Cooper, N.C. McWilliam and K.-H. Kock.  2001. Spawning locations of mackerel icefish at South Georgia. CCAMLR Science, 8: 107–118.
Everson, I. and K.-H. Kock. 2001. Variations in condition indices of mackerel icefish at South Georgia from 1972 to 1997. CCAMLR Science, 8: 119–132.
Frolkina, G.A. 2001. Age–length composition of mackerel icefish (Champsocephalus gunnari, Perciformes, Notothenioidei, Channichthyidae) from different parts of the South Georgia shelf. CCAMLR Science, 8: 133–146.
Blank, O., P. Retamal, P. Abalos and D. Torres. 2001. Additional data on anti-Brucella antibodies in Arctocephalus gazella from Cape Shirreff, Livingston Island, Antarctica. CCAMLR Science, 8: 147–154.
Reid, K. and A.S. Brierley. 2001. The use of predator-derived krill length-frequency distributions to calculate krill target strength. CCAMLR Science, 8: 155–163.
Shust, K.V. 2001. Book review: Fish and Fish Resources of the Antarctic. CCAMLR Science, 8: 165–168.
Volume 9 (2002)
Ashford, J., C. Jones, S. Bobko and I. Everson. 2002. Length-at-age in juvenile Patagonian toothfish (Dissostichus eleginoides). CCAMLR Science, 9: 1–10.
Brandão, A., D.S. Butterworth, B.P. Watkins and D.G.M. Miller. 2002. A first attempt at an assessment of the Patagonian toothfish (Dissostichus eleginoides) resource in the Prince Edward Islands EEZ. CCAMLR Science, 9: 11–32.
Williams, R., G.N. Tuck, A.J. Constable and T. Lamb. 2002. Movement, growth and available abundance to the fishery of Dissostichus eleginoides Smitt, 1898 at Heard Island, derived from tagging experiments. CCAMLR Science, 9: 33–48.
Frolkina, Zh.A. 2002. Distribution of mackerel icefish (Champsocephalus gunnari) (Channichthyidae) around South Georgia at various stages of its life cycle. CCAMLR Science, 9: 49–69.
Brierley, A.S., C. Goss, S.A. Grant, J.L. Watkins, K. Reid, M. Belchier, I. Everson, M.J. Jessop, V. Afanasyev and J. Robst. 2002. Significant intra-annual variability in krill distribution and abundance at South Georgia revealed by multiple acoustic surveys during 2000/01. CCAMLR Science, 9: 71–82.
Jackowski, E. 2002. Distribution and size of Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba Dana) in Polish commercial catches taken in the Atlantic sector of the Southern Ocean from 1997 to 1999. CCAMLR Science, 9: 83–105.
Jarman, S.N. and S. Nicol. 2002. Sources of variance in studies of krill population genetics. CCAMLR Science, 9: 107–116.
Constable, A.J. and S. Nicol. 2002. Defining smaller-scale management units to further develop the ecosystem approach in managing large-scale pelagic krill fisheries in Antarctica. CCAMLR Science, 9: 117–131.
Morley, S. and M. Belchier. 2002. Otolith and body size relationships in bigeye grenadier (Macrourus holotrachys) in CCAMLR Subarea 48.3. CCAMLR Science, 9: 133–143.
Kasatkina, S.M., A.P. Malyshko, V.N. Shnar and O.A. Berezhinsky. 2002. Characteristics of krill aggregations in the South Sandwich Islands subarea in January–February 2000. CCAMLR Science, 9: 145–164.
Vanyushin, G.P. 2002. Sea-surface temperature and krill catches around South Georgia in December–February 1989–1991 and 1999–2001. CCAMLR Science, 9: 165–174.
Miller, D.G.M. 2002. Antarctic krill and ecosystem management – from Seattle to Siena. CCAMLR Science, 9: 175–212.
Everson, I. 2002. Consideration of major issues in ecosystem monitoring and management. CCAMLR Science, 9: 213–232.
Constable, A.J. 2002. CCAMLR ecosystem monitoring and management: future work. CCAMLR Science, 9: 233–253.
Volume 10 (2003)
Litvinov, F.F., V.A. Sushin, G.A. Chernega and O.A. Berezhinsky. 2003. The Soviet krill fishery in the Atlantic Sector of the Antarctic from 1977 to 1991: fishing effort distribution and interannual patterns. CCAMLR Science, 10: 1–13.
Kasatkina, S.M. and V.F. Ivanova. 2003. Fishing intensity of the Soviet fleet in krill fisheries in the southern Atlantic (Subareas 48.2 and 48.3). CCAMLR Science, 10: 15–35.
Marriott, P., P.L. Horn and P. McMillan. 2003. Species identification and age estimation for the ridge-scaled macrourid (Macrourus whitsoni) from the Ross Sea. CCAMLR Science, 10: 37–51.
Clarke, J., L.M. Emmerson, A. Townsend and K.R. Kerry. 2003. Demographic characteristics of the Adélie penguin population on Béchervaise Island after 12 years of study. CCAMLR Science, 10: 53–74.
Emmerson, L.M., J. Clarke, K.R. Kerry and C. Southwell. 2003. Temporal variability and the interrelationships between CEMP parameters collected on Adélie penguins at Béchervaise Island. CCAMLR Science, 10: 75–90.
Wafy, M.H., A.S. Brierley, S.F. Gull and J.L. Watkins. 2003. Maximum entropy reconstructions of krill distribution and estimates of krill density from acoustic surveys at South Georgia, 1996–2000. CCAMLR Science, 10: 91–100.
Marlow, T.R., D.J. Agnew, M.G. Purves and I. Everson. 2003. Movement and growth of tagged Dissostichus eleginoides around South Georgia and Shag Rocks (Subarea 48.3). CCAMLR Science, 10: 101–111.
Fenaughty, J.M., D.W. Stevens and S.M. Hanchet. 2003. Diet of the Antarctic toothfish (Dissostichus mawsoni) from the Ross Sea, Antarctica (Subarea 88.1). CCAMLR Science, 10: 113–123.
Horn, P.L., C.P. Sutton and A.L. DeVries. 2003. Evidence to support the annual formation of growth zones in otoliths of Antarctic toothfish (Dissostichus mawsoni). CCAMLR Science, 10: 125–138.
van Wijk, E.M., R. Williams and A.J. Constable. 2003. Age, growth and size at sexual maturity of Macrourus carinatus caught as by-catch in Australian sub-Antarctic trawl fisheries. CCAMLR Science, 10: 139–151.
Volume 11 (2004)
Kock, K.-H., L. Pshenichnov, C.D. Jones, K. Shust, K.E. Skora and Zh.A. Frolkina. 2004. Joinville–D’Urville Islands (Subarea 48.1) – a former fishing ground for the spiny icefish (Chaenodraco wilsoni), at the tip of the Antarctic Peninsula – revisited. CCAMLR Science, 11: 1–20.
Appleyard, S.A., R. Williams and R.D. Ward. 2004. Population genetic structure of Patagonian toothfish in the West Indian Ocean sector of the Southern Ocean. CCAMLR Science, 11: 21–32.
Azzali, M., I. Leonori and G. Lanciani. 2004. A hybrid approach to acoustic classification and length estimation of krill. CCAMLR Science, 11: 33–58.
Candy, S.G. 2004. Modelling catch and effort data using generalised linear models, the Tweedie distribution, random vessel effects and random stratum-by-year effects. CCAMLR Science, 11: 59–80.
Hewitt, R.P., G. Watters, P.N. Trathan, J.P. Croxall, M.E. Goebel, D. Ramm, K. Reid, W.Z. Trivelpiece and J.L. Watkins. 2004. Options for allocating the precautionary catch limit of krill among small-scale management units in the Scotia Sea. CCAMLR Science, 11: 81–97.
Olmastroni, S., F. Pezzo, V. Volpi and S. Focardi. 2004. Effects of weather and sea-ice on the reproductive performance of the Adélie penguin at Edmonson Point, Ross Sea. CCAMLR Science, 11: 99–109.
Purves, M.G., D.J. Agnew, E. Balguerías, C.A. Moreno and B. Watkins. 2004. Killer whale (Orcinus orca) and sperm whale (Physeter macrocephalus) interactions with longline vessels in the Patagonian toothfish fishery at South Georgia, South Atlantic. CCAMLR Science, 11: 111–126.
Hucke-Gaete, R., C.A. Moreno and J. Arata. 2004. Operational interactions of sperm whales and killer whales with the Patagonian toothfish industrial fishery off southern Chile. CCAMLR Science, 11: 127–140.
Kock, K.-H., M. Belchier and C.D. Jones. 2004. Is the attempt to estimate the biomass of Antarctic fish from a multi-species survey appropriate for all targeted species? Notothenia rossii in the Atlantic Ocean sector – revisited. CCAMLR Science, 11: 141–153.
Endicott, M. and D.J. Agnew. 2004. The survivorship of rays discarded from the South Georgia longline fishery. CCAMLR Science, 11: 155–164.
Litvinov, F.F., A.Z. Sundakov and V.I. Arkhipov. 2004. CPUE indices used in Soviet krill fishery statistics from 1977 to 1992 and their possible utility for evaluation of relative changes in krill biomass. CCAMLR Science, 11: 165–177.
Wienecke, B. and G. Robertson. 2004. Validation of sink rates of longlines measured using two different methods. CCAMLR Science, 11: 179–187.
Melvin, E.F., B. Sullivan, G. Robertson and B. Wienecke. 2004. A review of the effectiveness of streamer lines as a seabird by-catch mitigation technique in longline fisheries and CCAMLR streamer line requirements. CCAMLR Science, 11: 189–201.
Volume 12 (2005)
Kawaguchi, S., S. Candy, S. Nicol, K. Taki and M. Naganobu. 2005. Analysis of trends in Japanese krill fishery CPUE data, and its possible use as a krill abundance index. CCAMLR Science, 12: 1–28.
Ashford, J., G. Duhamel, C. Jones and S. Bobko. 2005. Age, growth and mortality of Patagonian toothfish (Dissostichus eleginoides) caught off Kerguelen. CCAMLR Science, 12: 29–41.
Smith, P.J. and P.M. Gaffney. 2005. Low genetic diversity in the Antarctic toothfish (Dissostichus mawsoni) observed with mitochondrial and intron DNA markers. CCAMLR Science, 12: 43–51.
Delord, K., N. Gasco, H. Weimerskirch, C. Barbraud and T. Micol. 2005. Seabird mortality in the Patagonian toothfish longline fishery around Crozet and Kerguelen Islands, 2001–2003. CCAMLR Science, 12: 53–80.
Sabourenkov, E.N. and E. Appleyard. 2005. Scientific observations in CCAMLR fisheries – past, present and future. CCAMLR Science, 12: 81–98.
Constable, A.J. 2005. A possible framework in which to consider plausible models of the Antarctic marine ecosystem for evaluating krill management procedures. CCAMLR Science, 12: 99–117.
Agnew, D.J. and G.P. Kirkwood. 2005. A statistical method for estimating the level of IUU fishing: application to CCAMLR Subarea 48.3. CCAMLR Science, 12: 119–141.
Ball, I. 2005. An alternative method for estimating the level of illegal fishing using simulated scaling methods on detected effort. CCAMLR Science, 12: 143–161.
Taki, K., T. Hayashi and M. Naganobu. 2005. Characteristics of seasonal variation in diurnal vertical migration and aggregation of Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) in the Scotia Sea, using Japanese fishery data. CCAMLR Science, 12: 163–172.
Shcherbich, L.V. 2005. Otolith microstructure of juvenile mackerel icefish (Champsocephalus gunnari) (Channichthyidae) in the South Georgia area. CCAMLR Science, 12: 173–181.
Francis, M.P. and C. Ó Maolagáin. 2005. Age and growth of the Antarctic skate (Amblyraja georgiana) in the Ross Sea. CCAMLR Science, 12: 183–194.
Hooper, J., J.M. Clark, C. Charman and D. Agnew. 2005. Seal mitigation measures on trawl vessels fishing for krill in CCAMLR Subarea 48.3. CCAMLR Science, 12: 195–205.
López Abellán, L.J. 2005. Patagonian toothfish in international waters of the Southwest Indian Ocean (Statistical Area 51) . CCAMLR Science, 12: 207–214.
Volume 13 (2006)
Obituary Geoff Kirkwood
Lord, C., G. Duhamel and P. Pruvost. 2006. The Patagonian toothfish (Dissostichus eleginoides) fishery in the Kerguelen Islands (Indian Ocean sector of the Southern Ocean). CCAMLR Science, 13: 1–25.
Fenaughty, J.M. 2006. Geographical differences in the condition, reproductive development, sex ratio and length distribution of Antarctic toothfish (Dissostichus mawsoni) from the Ross Sea, Antarctica (CCAMLR Subarea 88.1). CCAMLR Science, 13: 27–45.
Agnew, D.J., G.P. Kirkwood, J. Pearce and J. Clark. 2006. Investigation of bias in the mark–recapture estimate of toothfish population size at South Georgia. CCAMLR Science, 13: 47–63.
Hillary, R.M., G.P. Kirkwood and D.J. Agnew. 2006. An assessment of toothfish in Subarea 48.3 using CASAL. CCAMLR Science, 13: 65–95.
Heywood, B.G., A.S. Brierley and S.F. Gull. 2006. A quantified Bayesian Maximum Entropy estimate of Antarctic krill abundance across the Scotia Sea and in small-scale management units from the CCAMLR-2000 Survey. CCAMLR Science, 13: 97–116.
Kawaguchi, S., S. Nicol, K. Taki and M. Naganobu. 2006. Fishing ground selection in the Antarctic krill fishery: trends in patterns across years, seasons and nations. CCAMLR Science, 13: 117–141.
BirdLife International (prepared by C. Small and F. Taylor). 2006. Analysis of albatross and petrel distribution within the CCAMLR Convention Area: results from the Global Procellariiform Tracking Database. CCAMLR Science, 13: 143–174.
Crawford, R.J.M., B.M. Dyer, J. Cooper and L.G. Underhill. 2006. Breeding numbers and success of Eudyptes penguins at Marion Island, and the influence of mass and time of arrival of adults. CCAMLR Science, 13: 175–190.
Emmerson, L.M., C. Southwell and J. Clarke. 2006. Modelling variability and estimating power to detect change in Adélie penguin fledgling weights. CCAMLR Science, 13: 191–200.
Southwell, C., J. Clarke and L.M. Emmerson. 2006. Assessing the power to detect systematic change in Adélie penguin foraging trip duration. CCAMLR Science, 13: 201–215.
Mori, M. and D.S. Butterworth. 2006. A first step towards modelling the krill–predator dynamics of the Antarctic ecosystem. CCAMLR Science, 13: 217–277.
Agnew, D.J., J. Moir Clark, P.A. McCarthy, M. Unwin, M. Ward, L. Jones, G. Breedt, S. Du Plessis, J. Van Heerdon and G. Moreno. 2006. A study of Patagonian toothfish (Dissostichus eleginoides) post-tagging survivorship in Subarea 48.3. CCAMLR Science, 13: 279–289.
Marriott, P.M., M.J. Manning and P.L. Horn. 2006. Age estimation and maturity of the ridge-scaled macrourid (Macrourus whitsoni) from the Ross Sea. CCAMLR Science, 13: 291–303.
Volume 14 (2007)
Hill, S.L., K. Reid, S.E. Thorpe, J. Hinke and G.M. Watters. 2007.  A compilation of parameters for ecosystem dynamics models of the Scotia Sea – Antarctic Peninsula region.  CCAMLR Science, 14: 1–25.
Saunders, R.A., A.S. Brierley, J.L. Watkins, K. Reid, E.J. Murphy, P. Enderlein and D.G. Bone. 2007.  Intra-annual variability in the density of Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) at South Georgia, 2002–2005: within-year variation provides a new framework for interpreting previous ‘annual’ estimates of krill density.  CCAMLR Science, 14: 27–41.
Candy, S.G., A.J. Constable, T. Lamb and R. Williams. 2007.  A von Bertalanffy growth model for toothfish at Heard Island fitted to length-at-age data and compared to observed growth from mark–recapture studies.  CCAMLR Science, 14: 43–66.
Roche, C., C. Guinet, N. Gasco and G. Duhamel. 2007.  Marine mammals and demersal longline fishery interactions in Crozet and Kerguelen Exclusive Economic Zones: an assessment of depredation levels.  CCAMLR Science, 14: 67–82.
Barrera-Oro, E.R. and E.R. Marschoff. 2007.  Information on the status of fjord Notothenia rossii Gobionotothen gibberifrons and Notothenia coriiceps in the lower South Shetland Islands, derived from the 2000–2006 monitoring program at Potter Cove.  CCAMLR Science, 14: 83–87.
Volume 15 (2008)
Obituary Edith Fanta
Candy, S.G and A.J. Constable. 2008. An integrated stock assessment for the Patagonian toothfish (Dissostichus eleginoides) for the Heard and McDonald Islands using CASAL. CCAMLR Science, 15: 1–34.
Hanchet, S.M., G.J. Rickard, J.M. Fenaughty, A. Dunn and M.J. Williams. 2008. A hypothetical life cycle for Antarctic toothfish (Dissostichus mawsoni) in the Ross Sea region. CCAMLR Science, 15: 35–53.
McKinlay, J.P., D.C. Welsford, A.J. Constable and G.B. Nowara. 2008. An assessment of the exploratory fishery for Dissostichus spp. on BANZARE Bank (CCAMLR Division 58.4.3b) based on fine-scale catch and effort data. CCAMLR Science, 15: 55–78.
Moreno, C.A., R. Castro, L.J. Mújica and P. Reyes. 2008. Significant conservation benefits obtained from the use of a new fishing gear in the Chilean Patagonian toothfish fishery. CCAMLR Science, 15: 79–91.
Robertson, G., C.A. Moreno, E. Gutiérrez, S.G. Candy, E.F. Melvin and J.P. Seco Pon. 2008. Line weights of constant mass (and sink rates) for Spanish system Patagonian toothfish longline vessels. CCAMLR Science, 15: 93–106.
Robertson, G., J. Williamson, M. McNeill, S.G. Candy and N. Smith. 2008. Seabird by-catch by autoline vessels: do line setters increase the sink rate of integrated weight longlines? CCAMLR Science, 15: 107–114.
Candy, S.G. 2008. Estimation of effective sample size for catch-at-age and catch-at-length data using simulated data from the Dirichlet-multinomial distribution. CCAMLR Science, 15: 115–138.
Sutton, C.P., M.J. Manning, D.W. Stevens and P.M. Marriott. 2008. Biological parameters for icefish (Chionobathyscus dewitti) in the Ross Sea, Antarctica. CCAMLR Science, 15: 139–165.
Lockhart, S.J. and C.D. Jones. 2008. Biogeographic patterns of benthic invertebrate megafauna on shelf areas within the Southern Ocean Atlantic sector. CCAMLR Science, 15: 167–192.
Everson, I. 2008. Estimating standing stock of krill using maximum entropy. CCAMLR Science, 15: p. 193.
Brierley, A.S., B.G. Heywood and S.F. Gull. 2008. Response to Everson (2008). CCAMLR Science, 15: 195–198.
From the Editor
Volume 16 (2009)

Duhamel, G. and M. Hautecoeur. 2009. Biomass, abundance and distribution of fish in the Kerguelen Islands EEZ (CCAMLR Statistical Division 58.5.1). CCAMLR Science, 16: 1–32.

Brandão, A. and D.S. Butterworth. 2009. A proposed management procedure for the toothfish (Dissostichus eleginoides) resource in the Prince Edward Islands vicinity. CCAMLR Science, 16: 33–69.

Agnew, D.J., C. Edwards, R. Hillary, R. Mitchell and L.J. López Abellán. 2009. Status of the coastal stocks of Dissostichus spp. in East Antarctica (Divisions 58.4.1 and 58.4.2).  CCAMLR Science, 16: 71
Hillary, R.M. 2009. Assessment and tag program adaption methods for exploratory fisheries in the CAMLR Convention Area: an example application for Division 58.4.3a. CCAMLR Science, 16: 101–113.
La Mesa, M., A. De Felice, C.D. Jones, K.-H. Kock. 2009. Age and growth of spiny icefish (Chaenodraco wilsoni Regan, 1914) off Joinville–D’Urville Islands (Antarctic Peninsula). CCAMLR Science, 16: 115–130.
Kawaguchi, S. and S.G. Candy. 2009. Quantifying movement behaviour of vessels in the Antarctic krill fishery. CCAMLR Science, 16: 131–148.
Lynch, H.J., W.F. Fagan, R. Naveen, S.G. Trivelpiece and W.Z. Trivelpiece. 2009. Timing of clutch initiation in Pygoscelis penguins on the Antarctic Peninsula: towards an improved understanding of off-peak census correction factors. CCAMLR Science, 16: 149–165.
Belchier, M. and P. Fretwell. 2009. Revised estimates of the area of the South Georgia and Shag Rocks shelf (CCAMLR Subarea 48.3). CCAMLR Science, 16: 167–175.
Martin-Smith, K. 2009. A risk-management framework for avoiding significant adverse impacts of bottom fishing gear on Vulnerable Marine Ecosystems. CCAMLR Science, 16: 177–193.
Sharp, B.R., S.J. Parker and N. Smith. 2009. An impact assessment framework for bottom fishing methods in the CAMLR Convention Area. CCAMLR Science, 16: 195–210.
Francis, M.P. and M.J. Gallagher. 2009. Revised age and growth estimates for Antarctic starry skate (Amblyraja georgiana) from the Ross Sea. CCAMLR Science, 16: 211–220.
Candy, S.G.2009. Modelling catch and effort data using generalised linear models, the Tweedie distribution, random vessel effects and random stratum-by-year effects – CCAMLR Science, 11: 59–80 (2004). CCAMLR Science, 16: 221–222.
Volume 17 (2010)

Pinkerton, M.H., J.M. Bradford-Grieve and S.M. Hanchet. A balanced model of the food web of the Ross Sea, Antarctica. CCAMLR Science, 17: 1–31.

Hanchet, S.M., S. Mormede and A. Dunn. Distribution and relative abundance of Antarctic toothfish
(Dissostichus mawsoni) on the Ross Sea shelf. CCAMLR Science, 17: 33–51.

Parker, S.J. and P.J. Grimes. Length- and age-at-spawning of Antarctic toothfish (Dissostichus mawsoni) in
the Ross Sea.  CCAMLR Science, 17: 53–73.
Azzali, M., I. Leonori, I. Biagiotti, A. De Felice, M. Angiolillo, M. Bottaro and M. Vacchi. Target strength
studies on Antarctic silverfish (Pleuragramma antarcticum) in the Ross Sea. CCAMLR Science, 17: 75–104.
Parker, S.J. and D.A. Bowden. Identifying taxonomic groups vulnerable to bottom longline fishing gear in the Ross Sea region. CCAMLR Science, 17: 105–127.
Hillary, R.M., C.T.T. Edwards, R.E. Mitchell and D.J. Agnew. Length-based assessment for mackerel icefish (Champsocephalus gunnari) at South Georgia. CCAMLR Science, 17: 129–137.
Agnew, D.J., P. Grove, T. Peatman, R. Burn and C.T.T. Edwards. Estimating optimal observer coverage in the Antarctic krill fishery. CCAMLR Science, 17: 139–154.
Reid, E., B. Sullivan and J. Clark. Mitigation of seabird captures during hauling in CCAMLR longline
fisheries. CCAMLR Science, 17: 155–162.
Moir Clark, J. and D.J. Agnew. Estimating the impact of depredation by killer whales and sperm whales on
longline fishing for toothfish (Dissostichus eleginoides) around South Georgia. CCAMLR Science, 17: 163–178.
Tixier, P., N. Gasco, G. Duhamel, M. Viviant, M. Authier and C. Guinet. Interactions of Patagonian toothfish fisheries with killer and sperm whales in the Crozet Islands Exclusive Economic Zone: an assessment of depredation levels and insights on possible mitigation strategies. CCAMLR Science, 17: 179–195.
Hill, S.L., J. Forcada, P.N. Trathan and C.M. Waluda. Using ecosystem monitoring data to detect impacts. CCAMLR Science, 17: 197–212.
McKinlay, J., C. Southwell and R. Trebilco. Integrating Count Effort by Seasonally Correcting Animal Population Estimates (ICESCAPE): a method for estimating abundance and its uncertainty from count data using Adélie penguins as a case study. CCAMLR Science, 17: 213–227.
Southwell, C., J. McKinlay, L. Emmerson, R. Trebilco and K. Newbery. Improving estimates of Adélie penguin breeding population size: developing factors to adjust one-off population counts for availability bias. CCAMLR Science, 17: 229–241.
Editorial. CCAMLR Science, 17: 243.
Volume 18 (2011)
Candy, S.G. Estimation of natural mortality using catch-at-age and aged mark-recapture data:
a multi-cohort simulation study comparing estimation for a model based on the Baranov
equations versus a new mortality equation. CCAMLR Science, 18: 1–27.
Candy, S.G., D.C. Welsford, T. Lamb, J.J. Verdouw and J.J. Hutchins. Estimation of natural
mortality for the Patagonian toothfish at Heard and McDonald Islands using catch-at-age
and aged mark-recapture data from the main trawl ground. CCAMLR Science, 18: 29–45.
Welsford, D.C. Evaluating the impact of multi-year research catch limits on
overfished toothfish populations. CCAMLR Science, 18: 47-55
Ziegler, P.E., D.C. Welsford and A.J. Constable. Length-based assessments revisited – why
stock status and fishing mortality of long-lived species such as toothfish cannot be inferred
from length-frequency data alone. CCAMLR Science, 18: 57–73.  
Sutton, C.P. and P.L. Horn. A preliminary assessment of age and growth of Antarctic silverfish (Pleuragramma antarcticum) in the Ross Sea, Antarctica. CCAMLR Science, 18: 75–86
Parker, S.J. and M.H. Smith. Can toothfish catches be used to predict the presence
of vulnerable benthic invertebrate taxa? CCAMLR Science, 18: 87–96
Calise, L. and G. Skaret. Sensitivity investigation of the SDWBA Antarctic krill
target strength model to fatness, material contrast and orientation. CCAMLR Science, 18: 97–122
Sologub, D.O. and A.V. Remeslo. Distribution and size–age composition of Antarctic krill
(Euphausia superba) in the South Orkney Islands region (CCAMLR Subarea 48.2). CCAMLR Science, 18: 123–134. 
Foster, J., S. Nicol and S. Kawaguchi. The use of patent databases to predict trends
in the krill fishery. CCAMLR Science, 18: 135–144.
Short Note:

Taki, K., M. Kiyota, T. Ichii and T. Iwami. Distribution and population structure of
Dissostichus eleginoides and D. mawsoni on BANZARE Bank
(CCAMLR Division 58.4.3b), Indian Ocean. CCAMLR Science, 18: 145–153
Iwami, T., M. Naganobu, K. Taki and M. Kiyota. Annual changes in species composition
and abundance of myctophid fish in the north of South Georgia (Subarea 48.3), Antarctica,
during austral winters from 2002 to 2008. CCAMLR Science, 18: 155–163.
Editorial. CCAMLR Science, 18: 167.