CCAMLR Science, Volume 17

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.