Recent AERD Publications

Peer-reviewed Publications

2019

  • Atkinson A, and 10 others. 2019. Krill (Euphausia superba) distribution contracts southward during rapid regional warming. Nature Climate Change 9:142-147.
  • Brault EK and 11 others. 2019. Trophic position and foraging ecology of Ross, Weddell, and crabeater seals revealed by compound-specific isotope analysis. Marine Ecology Progress Series 611:1-18. https://doi.org/10.3354/meps12856
  • Dahood A, GM Watters, and K de Mutsert. 2019. Using sea-ice to calibrate a dynamic trophic model for the Western Antarctic Peninsula. PLOS ONE. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0214814.
  • Gualtieri D and RL Pitman. 2019. Killer whale (Orcinus orca) predation on a Gervais’ beaked whale (Mesoplodon europaeus) in the Eastern Atlantic Ocean. Aquatic Mammals 45(2):244-245.
  • Krause DJ and TL Rogers. 2019. Food caching by a marine apex predator, the leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx). Canadian Journal of Zoology. https://doi.org/10.1139/cjz-2018-0203.
  • Pitman RL, J Totterdell, R Wellard, P Cullen, and M de Boer. 2019. Long in the tooth: biological observations from at-sea sightings of strap-toothed beaked whales (Mesoplodon layardii). Marine Mammal Science. https://doi.org/10.1111/mms.12575.
  • Polito MJ, WZ Trivelpiece, CS Reiss, SG Trivelpiece, JT Hinke, WP Patterson, and SD Emslie. 2019. Intraspecific variation in a dominant prey species can bias marine predator dietary estimates derived from stable isotope analysis. Limnology and Oceanography: Methods. https://doi.org/10.1002/lom3.10314.

2018

  • Arthur B, M Hindell, M Bester, PJN De Bruyn, ME Goebel, P Trathan, and M-A Lea. 2018. Managing for change: using vertebrate at sea habitat use to direct management efforts. Ecological Indicators 91:338-349. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolind.2018.04.019.
  • Bearzi G, D Kerem, NB Furey, RL Pitman,L Rendell, and RR Reeves. 2018. Whale and dolphin behavioural responses to dead conspecifics. Zoology 128:1-15. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.zool.2018.05.003.
  • Bernard KS, LA Gunther, SH Mahaffey, KM Qualls, M Sugla, BT Saenz, AM Cossio, J Walsh, and CS Reiss. 2018. The contribution of ice algae to the winter energy budget of juvenile Antarctic krill in years with contrasting sea ice conditions. ICES Journal of Marine Science 76(1):206-216. https://doi.org/10.1093/icesjms/fsy145.
  • Crane A, ME Goebel, S Kraberger, AC Stone, and A Varsani. 2018. Novel anelloviruses identified in buccal swabs of Antarctic fur seals. Virus Genes 54:719. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11262-018-1585-9.
  • Dias MP and 16 others. 2018. Identification of marine Important Bird and Biodiversity Areas for penguins around the South Shetland Islands and South Orkney Islands. Ecology and Evolution. https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.4519.
  • Hinke JT, A Barbosa, LM Emmerson, T Hart, MA Juáres, M Korczak-Abshire, G Milinevsky, M Santos, PN Trathan, GM Watters, and C Southwell. 2018. Estimating nest-level phenology and reproductive success of colonial seabirds using time-lapse cameras. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. https://doi.org/10.1111/2041-210X.13015.
  • Hoffman JI and 21 others. 2018. A global cline in a colour polymorphism suggests a limited contribution of gene flow towards the recovery of a heavily exploited marine mammal. Royal Society Open Science 5(10). https://doi.org/10.1098/rsos.181227.
  • Humble E and 10 others. 2018. RAD sequencing and a hybrid Antarctic fur seal genome assembly reveal rapidly decaying linkage disequilibrium, global population structure and evidence for inbreeding. G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics 8(8):2709:2722. https://doi.org/10.1534/g3.118.200171.
  • Jones C. 2018. Reflections from a previous chair of the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR) Scientific Committee. Antarctic Affairs. V:75-81.
  • Keogan K and 87 others. 2018. Global phenological insensitivity to shifting ocean temperatures among seabirds. Nature Climate Change 8:313-318.
  • Kinzey D, GM Watters, and CS Reiss. 2018. Estimating recruitment variability and productivity in Antarctic krill. Fisheries Research. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fishres.2018.09.027.
  • Kinzey D, GM Watters, and CS Reiss. 2018. Parameter estimating using randomized phases in an integrated assessment model for Antarctic krill. PLOS ONE 13(8): e0202545. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0202545.
  • Klein ES, SL Hill, JT Hinke, T Phillips, and GM Watters. 2018. Impacts of rising sea temperature on krill increase risks for predators in the Scotia Sea. PLOS ONE 13(1): e0191011. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0191011.
  • Markham E, EK Brault, M Khairy, AR Robuck, ME Goebel, MG Cantwell, RM Dickhut, and R Lohmann. 2018. Time trends of polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) in Antarctic biota. ACS Omega 3(6)6595-6604. DOI: 10.1021/acsomega.8b00440.
  • Mustafa O, A Barbosa, DJ Krause, H-U Peter, G Vieira, and M-C Rümmler. 2018. State of knowledge: Antarctic wildlife response to unmanned aerial systems. Polar Biology 41(11):2387-2398.
  • Near TJ, DJ MacGuigan, E Parker, CD Struthers, CD Jones, and A Dornburg. 2018. Plylogenetic analysis of Antarctic notothenioids illuminates the utility of RADseq for resolving Cenozoic adaptive radiations. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 129:268-279. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ympev.2018.09.001.
  • Oppel S and 77 others. 2018. Spatial scales of marine conservation management for breeding seabirds. Marine Policy. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marpol.2018.08.024.
  • Pitman RL. 2018. Mesoplodon beaked whales: Mesoplodon spp. In Encyclopedia of Marine Mammals (Third Edition). Würsig, B, JGM Thewissen, and KM Kovacs eds. pp. 595-602. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-804327-1.00172-2 Academic Press/Elsevier, San Diego, CA, USA.
  • Pitman, RL. 2018. Indo-Pacific beaked whale: Indopacetus pacificus, In Encyclopedia of Marine Mammals (Third Edition). Würsig, B, JGM Thewissen, and KM Kovacs eds. pp. 509 – 512. Academic Press/Elsevier, San Diego, CA, USA.
  • Pitman RL, H Fearnbach, and JW Durban. 2018. Abundance and population status of Ross Sea killer whales (Orcinus orca, type C) in McMurdo Sound, Antarctica: evidence for impact by commercial fishing? Polar Biology 41:781. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00300-017-2239-4.
  • Pitman RL, and JA Totterdell. 2018. Serial killers. Natural History Magazine 126(5):16-21.
  • Santos MM, J.T. Hinke, N.R. Coria, B. Fusaro, A. Sivestro, and M.A. Juáres. 2018. Abundance estimation of Adélie penguins at the Esperanza/Hope Bay mega colony. Polar Biology 41(11):2337-2342.
  • Sequeira AMM and 57 others. 2018. Convergence of marine megafauna movement patterns in coastal and open oceans. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 115(12)3072-3077. https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1716137115.
  • Towers JR, P Tixier, KA Ross, J Bennett, JPY Arnould, RL Pitman, and JW Durban. 2018. Movements and dive behaviour of a toothfish-depredating killer and sperm whale. ICES Journal of Marine Science 76(1):298-311. https://doi.org/10.1093/icesjms/fsy118.
  • Trathan PN and 13 others. 2018. Managing fishery development in sensitive ecosystems: identifying penguin habitat use to direct management in Antarctica. Ecosphere. https://doi.org/10.1002/ecs2.2392.
  • Youngflesh C, S Jenouvrier, JT Hinke, L DuBois, J St. Leger, WZ Trivelpiece, SG Trivelpiece, and HJ Lynch. 2018. Rethinking “normal”: the role of stochasticity in the phenology of a synchronously breeding seabird. Journal of Animal Ecology 87(3):682-690. https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2656.12790.

2017

  • Arthur B, M Hindell, M Bester, PJN De Bruyn, P Trathan, M Goebel, and M-A Lea. 2017. Winter habitat predictions of a key Southern Ocean predator, the Antarctic fur seal (Arctocephalus gazella). Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 140:171-181. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dsr2.2016.10.009.
  • Atkinson A and 24 others. 2016. KRILLBASE: a circumpolar database of Antarctic krill and salp numerical densities, 1926-2016. Earth System Science Data Discussions 9:193-210. doi:10.5194/essd-9-193-2017.
  • Dornburg A, S Federman, AD Lamb, CD Jones, and TJ Near. 2017. Cradles and museums of Antarctic teleost biodiversity. Nature Ecology & Evolution 1:1379-1384.
  • Durban JW, H Fearnbach, DG Burrows, GM Ylitalo, and RL Pitman. 2017. Morphological and ecological evidence for two sympatric forms of Type B killer whale around the Antarctic Peninsula. Polar Biology 40(1):231-236.
  • Hinke JT, SG Trivelpiece, and WZ Trivelpiece. 2017. Variable vital rates and the risk of population declines in Adélie penguins from the Antarctic Peninsula region. Ecosphere 8(1):e01666. 10.1002/ecs2.1666.
  • Hinke JT, AM Cossio, ME Goebel, CS Reiss, WZ Trivelpiece, and GM Watters. 2017. Identifying risk: concurrent overlap of the Antarctic krill fishery with krill-dependent predators in the Scotia Sea. PLOS ONE 12(1): e0170132. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0170132.
  • Kilada R, CS Reiss, S Kawaguchi, RA King, T Matsuda, and T Ichii. 2017. Validation of band counts in eyestalks for the determination of age of Antarctic krill, Euphausia superba. PLOS ONE 12(2): e0171773. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0171773.
  • Krause DJ, JT Hinke, WL Perryman, ME Goebel, and DJ LeRoi. 2017. An accurate and adaptable photogrammetric approach for estimating the mass and body condition of pinnipeds using an unmanned aerial system. PLOS ONE 12(11): e0187465. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0187465.
  • La Mesa M, E Riginella, and CD Jones. 2017. Early life history traits and geographical distribution of Parachaenichthys charcoti. Antarctic Science 29(5):410-416. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0954102017000189.
  • La Mesa M, E Riginella, B Catalano, CD Jones, and C Mazzoldi. 2017. Maternal contribution to spawning and early life-history strategies of the genus Lepidonotothen (Nototheniidae, Perciformes) along the southern Scotia Arc. Polar Biology. 40(7):1441-1450.
  • Lewallen EA, AJ Bohonak, CA Bonin, AJ van Wijnen, RL Pitman, and NR Lovejoy. 2017. Phylogenetics and biogeography of the two-wing flyingfish (Exocoetidae: Exocoetus). Ecology and Evolution 7(6):1751-1761. https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.2786.
  • Peavey LE, BN Popp, RL Pitman, SD Gaines, KE Arthur, S Kelez, and JA Seminoff. 2017. Opportunism on the high seas: foraging ecology of Olive Ridley turtles in the Eastern Pacific Ocean. Frontiers in Marine Science. https://doi.org/10.3389/fmars.2017.00348.
  • Pitman RL and 13 others. 2017. Humpback whales interfering when mammal-eating killer whales attack other species: mobbing behavior and interspecific altruism? Marine Mammal Science 33(1):7-58. https://doi.org/10.1111/mms.12343.
  • Polito MJ, JT Hinke, T Hart, M Santos, LA Houghton, and SR Thorrold. 2017. Stable isotope analyses of feather amino acids identify penguin migration strategies at ocean basin scales. Biology Letters. https://doi.org/10.1098/rsbl.2017.0241.
  • Reiss CS, A Cossio, JA Santora, KS Dietrich, A Murray, BG Mitchell, J Walsh, EL Weiss, C Gimpel, CD Jones, and GM Watters. 2017. Overwinter habitat selection by Antarctic krill under varying sea-ice conditions: implications for top predators and fishery management. Marine Ecology Progress Series 568:1-16. https://doi.org/10.3354/meps12099.
  • Santora JA, RR Veit, CS Reiss, ID Schroeder, and M Mangel. 2017. Ecosystem oceanography of seabird hotspots: environmental determinants of relationship with Antarctic krill within an important fishing ground. Ecosystems 20:885-903. doi:10.1007/s10021-016-0078-8.
  • Youngflesh C and 17 others. 2017. Circumpolar analysis of the Adélie penguin reveals the importance of environmental variability in phenological mismatch. Ecology 98(4):940-951. https://doi.org/10.1002/ecy.1749.

2016

  • Bonin CA, ME Goebel, GM O'Corry-Crowe, and RS Burton 2016. Impacts of ecology and behavior on Antarctic fur seal remating and relatedness. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 476: 72-77. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jembe.2015.12.008.
  • Constable AJ and 38 others. 2016. Developing priority variables (“ecosystem Essential Ocean Variables” – eEOVs) for observing dynamics and change in Southern Ocean ecosystems. Journal of Marine Systems 161:26-41. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jmarsys.2016.05.003.
  • Dornburg A, RI Eytan, S Federman, JN Pennington, AL Steward, CD Jones, and TJ Near. 2016. Molecular data support the existence of two species of the Antarctic fish genus Cryodraco (Channichthyidae). Polar Biology 39(8):1369-1379.
  • Krause DJ, ME Goebel, GJ Marshall, and K Abernathy. 2016. Summer diving and haul-out behavior of leopard seals (Hydrurga leptonyx) near mesopredator breeding colonies at Livingston Island, Antarctic Peninsula. Marine Mammal Science. DOI: 10.1111/mms.12309.
  • La Mesa M, G La Mesa, B Catalano, and CD Jones. 2016. Spatial distribution pattern and physical-biological interactions in the larval notothenioid fish assemblages from the Bransfield Strait and adjacent waters. Fisheries Oceanography. https://doi.org/10.1111/fog.12178.
  • Lewallen EA, AJ Bohonak, CA Bonin, AJ van Wijnen, RL Pitman, and NR Lovejoy. 2016. Population Genetic Structure of the Tropical Two-Wing Flyingfish (Exocoetus volitans). PLOS ONE 11(10): e0163198. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0163198.
  • Pitman R. 2016. An ocean of altruism? Biosphere Magazine 20:51-57.
  • Reiss CS. 2016. Age, growth, mortality, and recruitment of Antarctic krill, Euphausia superba. In: Siegel, V (ed.) Biology and Ecology of Antarctic Krill. Advances in Polar Ecology. Springer, Cham.
  • Riginella E, C Mazzoldi, J Ashford, CD Jones, C Morgan, and M La Mesa. 2016. Life history strategies of the Scotia Sea icefish, Chaenocephalus aceratus, along the Southern Scotia Ridge. Polar Biology 39(3):497-509.
  • Shen Y, R Benner, AE Murray, C Gimpel, BG Mitchell, EL Weiss, and C Reiss. 2016. Bioavailable dissolved organic matter and biological hot spots during austral winter in Antarctic waters. JGR Oceans. https://doi.org/10.1002/2016JC012301.
  • Tarling G, S Hill, H Peat, S Fielding, C Reiss, and A Atkinson. 2016. Growth and shrinkage in Antarctic krill Euphausia superba is sex-dependent. Marine Ecology Progress Series 547:61-78. doi:10.3354/meps11634
  • Xavier JC and 11 others. 2016. Future challenges in Southern Ocean ecology research. Frontiers in Marine Science. 3:94. https://doi.org/10.3389/fmars.2016.00094.

2015

  • Carneiro APB, A Manica, WZ Trivelpiece, and RA Phillips. 2015. Flexibility in foraging strategies of Brown Skuas in response to local and seasonal dietary constraints. Journal of Ornithology 156: 625-633.
  • Dornburg A, R Eytan, S Federman, J Pennington, A Stewart, CD Jones, and TJ Near. 2015. Molecular data support the existence of two species of the Antarctic fish genus Cryodraco (Channichthyidae). Polar Biology 39:1369-1379. DOI: 10.1007/s00300-015-1859-9.
  • Driscoll RM, CS Reiss, and BT Hentschel. 2015. Temperature-dependent growth of Thysanoessa macrura: inter-annual and spatial variability around Elephant Island, Antarctica. Marine Ecology Progress Series 529:49-61.
  • Force MP, JA Santora, CS Reiss, and VJ Loeb. 2015. Seabird species assemblages reflect hydrographic and biogeographic zones within Drake Passage. Polar Biology 38: 381-392. DOI:10.1007/s00300-014-1594-7.
  • Goebel M, W Perryman, J Hinke, D Krause, N Hann, S Gardner, and D LeRoi.  2015. A small unmanned aerial system for estimating abundance and size of Antarctic predators. Polar Biology 38:619-630.
  • Hinke JT, MJ Polito, ME Goebel, S Jarvis, CS Reiss, SR Thorrold, WZ Trivelpiece, and GM Watters. 2015. Spatial and isotopic niche partitioning during winter in chinstrap and Adélie penguins from the South Shetland Islands. Ecosphere 6: 125.
  • Jefferson TA, MA Webber, and RL Pitman. 2015. Marine Mammals of the World, 2nd edition. Academic Press, San Diego, CA. 610 pp.
  • Kinzey D, GM Watters, and CS Reiss. 2015. Selectivity and two biomass measures in an age-based assessment of Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba). Fisheries Research 168:72-84.
  • Krause DJ, ME Goebel, GJ Marshall, and K Abernathy. 2015. Novel foraging strategies observed in a growing leopard seal (Hydrurga leptonyx) population at Livingston Island, Antarctic Peninsula. Animal Biotelemetry 3:24.
  • Kennicutt M II 74 others. 2015. A roadmap for Antarctic and Southern Ocean science for the next two decades and beyond. Antarctic Science 27:3-18.
  • La Mesa M, B Catalano, and CD Jones. 2015. Early life history traits of Trematomus scotti in the Bransfield Strait. Antarctic Science 6:1-8.
  • Lennert-Cody CE, MN Maunder, PC Fielder, M Minami, T Gerrodette, J Rusin, CV Minte-Vera, M Scott, and ST Buckland. 2015. Purse-seine vessels as platforms for monitoring the population status of dolphin species in the eastern tropical Pacific Ocean. Fisheries Research. DOI: 10.1016/j.fisheries.2015.10.005.
  • Pitman RL. 2015. Antarctic orcas. Pp. 126-135 in H Minakuchi, Visual Encyclopedia of Orca (in Japanese).
  • Pitman RL. 2015. Killer whale. Pp. 150-51 in Whales, dolphins and porpoises (A Berta, ed.). Ivy Press, East Sussex, UK.
  • Pitman RL, JA Totterdell, H Fearnbach, LT Ballance, JW Durban, and H Kemps. 2015. Whale killers: prevalence and ecological implications of killer whale predation on humpback whale calves off Western Australia. Marine Mammal Science 31: 629–657. DOI: 10.1111/mms.12182.
  • Polito MJ, WZ Trivelpiece, WP Patterson, NJ Karnovsky, CS Reiss, and SD Emslie. 2015. Contrasting specialist and generalist patterns facilitate foraging niche partitioning in sympatric populations of Pygoscelis penguins. Marine Ecology Progress Series 519: 221-237.
  • Pussini N and ME Goebel. 2015. A safer protocol for field immobilization of leopard seals (Hydrurga leptonyx). Marine Mammal Science 31: 1549-1558.
  • Reiss CS, J Walsh, and ME Goebel. 2015. Winter preconditioning determines feeding ecology of Euphausia superba in the Antarctic Peninsula. Marine Ecology Progress Series 519: 89-101.
  • Richerson K, GM Watters, JA Santora, ID Schroeder, and M Mangel. 2015. More than passive drifters: a stochastic dynamic model for the movement of Antarctic krill. Marine Ecology Progress Series 529: 35-48. DOI: 10.3354/meps11324.
  • Riginella E, C Mazzoldi, J Ashford, CD Jones, C Morgan, and M La Mesa. 2015. Life history strategies of the Scotia Sea icefish, Chaenocephalus aceratus, along the Southern Scotia Ridge. Polar Biology. DOI: 10.1007/s00300-015-1802-0.

2014

  • Atkinson A, SL Hill, M Barange, EA Pakhomov, D Raubenheimer, K Schmidt, SJ Simpson, and C Reiss. 2014. Sardine cycles, krill declines, and locust plagues: revisiting “wasp-waist” food webs. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 29:309-316.
  • Bonin CA, ME Goebel, JI Hoffman, and RS Burton. 2014. High male reproductive success in a low-density Antarctic fur seal (Arctocephalus gazella) breeding colony. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 68:597-604. DOI 10.1007/s00265-013-1674-7.
  • Brasso R, J Lang, CD Jones, and MJ Polito. 2014. Ontogenetic niche expansion influences mercury exposure in the Antarctic silverfish (Pleuragramma antarcticum). Marine Ecology Progress Series 504: 253-263.
  • Duhamel G and 16 others. 2014. Chapter 7. Biogeographic patterns of fish. In The Biogeographic Atlas of the Southern Ocean. Eds. C de Broyer and P Koubbi.
  • Godø OR, C Reiss, V Siegel, and JL Watkins. 2014. Commercial fishing vessels as research vessels in the Antarctic – requirements and solutions exemplified with a new vessel. CCAMLR Science 21:11-17.
  • Hinke JT, SG Trivelpeice, and WZ Trivelpiece. 2014. Adélie penguin (Pygoscelis adeliae) survival rates and their relationship to environmental indices in the South Shetland Islands, Antarctica. Polar Biology 37:1797-1809.
  • Kennicutt M II and 75. 2014. Six priorities for Antarctic science. Nature 512: 23-25.
  • Pitman, RL. 2014. One small catch: certain Antarctic killer whales may be scrounging for smaller and smaller fish fare. Natural History September: 10-11.
  • Priddel D, N Carlile, D Portelli, Y Kim, L O’Neill, V Bretagnolle, LT Ballance, RA Phillips, R L Pitman, and MJ Rayner. 2014. Pelagic distribution of Gould’s Petrel (Pterodroma leucoptera): linking shipboard and onshore observations with remote-tracking data. Emu 114:360-370.
  • Trathan PN and 16 others. 2014. Pollution, habitat loss, fishing and climate change as critical threats to penguins. Conservation Biology 29:31-41.

2013

  • Bonin CA, ME Goebel, J Forcada, RS Burton, and JI Hoffman. 2013. Unexpected genetic differentiation between recently recolonized populations of a long-lived and highly vagile marine mammal. Ecology and Evolution 3:3701-3712.
  • Brault E, M Goebel, H Geisz, E Canuel, and R Dickhut. 2013. Inter-annual variation of persistent organic pollutants (POPs) concentrations in an Antarctic top predator, Arctocephalus gazella. Environmental Science and Technology 47(22):12744-12752.
  • Duhamel G and 16 others. 2013. Chapter 7. Biogeographic patterns of fish. In The Biogeographic Atlas of the Southern Ocean. de Broyer C and P Koubbi (eds.).
  • Fiedler PC, JV Redfern, J Van Noord, C Hall, RL Pitman, and LT Ballance. 2013. Effects of a tropical cyclone on a pelagic ecosystem from the physical environment to top predators. Marine Ecology Progress Series 484:1–16.
  • Foote AD, PA Morin, RL Pitman, MC Ávila-Arcos, JW Durban, A van Helden, M-HS Sinding, and TP Gilbert. 2013. Mitogenomic insights into a recently described and rarely observed killer whale morphotype. Polar Biology DOI 10.1007/s00300-013-1354-0.
  • Griffiths SP, RJ Olson, and GM Watters. 2013. Complex wasp-waist regulation of pelagic ecosystems in the Pacific Ocean. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 23:459. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11160-012-9301-7.
  • Gutt J, HJ Griffiths, and CD Jones. 2013. Circum-polar overview and spatial heterogeneity of Antarctic macrobenthic communities. Marine Biodiversity 43:481-487.
  • Gutt J, DKA Barnes, SJ Lockhart, and A van de Putte. 2013. Antarctic macrobenthic communities: a compilation of circumpolar information. Nature Conservation 4:1-13.
  • Kinzey D, G Watters, and CS Reiss. 2013. Effects of recruitment variability and natural mortality on generalized yield model projections and the CCAMLR decision rules for Antarctic krill. CCAMLR Science 20: 81-96.
  • Kock K-H, J Gröger, and CD Jones. 2013. Interannual variability in the feeding of ice fish (Notothenioidei, Channichthyidae) in the southern Scotia Arc and the Antarctic Peninsula region (CCAMLR Subareas 48.1 and 48.2). Polar Biology 36:1451-1462.
  • La Mesa M, B Catalano, and CD Jones. 2013. Early life history of the ocellated icefish, Chionodraco rastrospinosus, off the Antarctic Peninsula. Antarctic Science 25:373-380.
  • La Mesa M, B Catalano, P Koubbi, and C Jones. 2013. Early ontogeny of the mackerel icefish, Champsocephalus gunnari, in the southern Scotia Arc. Polar Biology. DOI: 1007/s00300-013-1304-x.
  • Noren DP, SM Budge, SJ Iverson, ME Goebel, DP Costa, and TM Williams. 2013. Characterization of blubber FA signatures in Northern elephant seals (Mirounga angustirostris) over the postweaning fast. Journal of Comparative Physiology B 183: 1065-1074. DOI: 10.1007/s00360-013-0773-0.
  • Olsen LM, MV Ardelan, CD Hewes, O Holm-Hansen, C Reiss, N Bizsel, E Sakshaug, and O Vadstein. 2013. Microbial biogeography during austral summer 2007 in the surface waters around the South Shetland Islands, Antartcica. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 70:131-140.
  • Parsons KM and 10 others. 2013. Geographic patterns of genetic differentiation among killer whales in the northern North Pacific. Journal of Heredity 104:737-754.
  • Pitman RL. 2013. Review: marine mammal species of India. Marine Mammal Science 29:777-779.
  • Pitman RL. 2013. Clipperton Island. Pp. 471-473 in Biomes and Ecosystems: An Encyclopedia (Robert Warren Howarth, ed.). Salem Press, Ipswich, MA.
  • Shelton AO, D Kinzey, C Reiss, S Munch, G Watters, and M Mangel. 2013. Among-year variation in growth of Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) based on length-frequency data. Marine Ecology Progress Series 481: 53-67.
  • Schwarz LK, ME Goebel, DP Costa, and AM Kilpatrick. 2013. Top-down and bottom-up influences on demographic rates of Antarctic fur seals (Arctocephalus gazella). Journal of Animal Ecology 82:903-911.
  • Siegel V, CS Reiss, KS Dietrich, M Haraldsson, and G Rohardt. 2013. Distribution and abundance of Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) along the Antarctic Peninsula. Deep Sea Research I 77: 63-74.
  • Van Noord JE, EA Lewallen, and RL Pitman. 2013. Flyingfish feeding ecology in the eastern Pacific: prey partitioning within a speciose epipelagic community. Journal of Fish Biology 83:326–342.
  • Watters GM, SL Hill, JT Hinke, J Matthews, and K Reid. 2013. Decision-making for ecosystem-based management: evaluating options for a krill fishery with an ecosystem dynamics model. Ecological Applications 23:710-725.

2012

  • Atkinson A, S Nicol, S Kawaguchi, E Pakhomov, L Quetin, R Ross, S Hill, C Reiss, V Siegel, and G Tarling. 2012. Fitting Euphausia superba into Southern Ocean food-web models: a review of data sources and their limitations. CCAMLR Science 19:219-245.
  • Ashford J, M Dinniman, C Brooks, A Andrews, E Hofmann, G Cailliet, C Jones, and N Ramanna. 2012. Does large-scale ocean circulation structure life history connectivity in Antarctic toothfish (Dissostichus mawsoni)? Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science 69:1-17.
  • Bonin CA, ME Goebel, GM O’Corry-Crowe, and RS Burton. 2012. Twins or not? Genetic analysis of putative twins in Antarctic fur seals, Arctocephalus gazella, on the South Shetland Islands. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 412:13-19.
  • Detrich HW III, BA Buckley, DF Doolittle, CD Jones, and SJ Lockhart. 2012. Sub-Antarctic and high Antarctic notothenioid fishes: ecology and adaptational biology revealed by the ICEFISH 2004 cruise of RVIB Nathaniel B. Palmer. Oceanography 25:184-187.
  • Flores H and 28 others. 2012. Impact of climate change on Antarctic krill. Marine Ecology Progress Series 458:1-19.
  • Gerrodette T, R Olson, S Reilly, G Watters, and W Perrin. 2012. Ecological metrics of biomass removed by three methods of purse-seine fishing for tunas in the eastern tropical Pacific Ocean. Conservation Biology 26:248-256.
  • Hinke JT, MJ Polito, CS Reiss, SG Trivelpiece, and WZ Trivelpiece. 2012. Flexible reproductive timing can buffer reproductive success of Pygoscelis penguins in the Antarctic Peninsula region. Marine Ecology Progress Series 454:91-104.
  • Hückstädt LA, PL Koch, BI McDonald, ME Goebel, DE Crocker, and DP Costa. 2012. Stable isotope analyses reveal the complex trophic ecology of an apex marine predator, the Southern elephant seal. Oecologia 169:395-406. DOI: 10.1007/s00442-011-2202-y.
  • Jones CD and TJ Near. 2012. The reproductive behaviour of Pogonophryne scotti Regan confirms that egg-guarding parental care is widespread among the major evolutionary lineages of Antarctic notothenioids. Journal of Fish Biology 80:2629-2635.
  • La Mesa M, B Catalano, K-H Kock, and CD Jones. 2012. Age and growth of the Antarctic dragonfish Parachaenichthys charcoti (Pisces, Bathydraconidae) from the southern Scotia Arc. Polar Biology. DOI: 10.1007/s00300-012-1194-3.
  • Lessios H and 12 others. 2012. Phylogeography and bindin evolution in Arbacia, a sea urchin with an unusual distribution. Molecular Ecology 21:130-144.
  • McDonald BI, ME Goebel, DE Crocker, and DP Costa. 2012. Biological and environmental drivers of energy allocation in a dependent mammal, the Antarctic fur seal pup. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 85:134-147.
  • McDonald BI, ME Goebel, DE Crocker, and DP Costa. 2012. Dynamic influence of maternal and pup traits on maternal care during lactation in an income breeder, the Antarctic fur seal. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 85:243-254.
  • Near TJ, A Dornburg, KL Kuhn, JT Eastman, JN Pennington, T Patarnello, L Zane, DA Fernández, and CD Jones. 2012. Ancient climate change, antifreeze, and the evolutionary diversification of Antarctic fishes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109:3434-3439.
  • Padman L and 11 others. 2012. Oceanic controls on the mass balance of Wilkins Ice Shelf, Antarctica. Journal of Geophysical Research 117. DOI: 10.1029/2011JC007301.
  • Pitman RL, LT Ballance, and CA Bost. 2012. Incidence of wing deformities (‘angel wing’) among Masked Boobies at Clipperton Island: life history consequences and insight into etiology. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 124:598–603.
  • Pitman RL, and JW Durban. 2012. Cooperative hunting behavior, prey selectivity and prey handling by pack ice killer whales (Orcinus orca), type B, in Antarctic Peninsula waters. Marine Mammal Science 28:16-36.
  • Polito MJ, GV Clucas, T Hart, and WZ Trivelpiece. 2012. A simplified method of determining the sex of Pygoscelis penguins using bill measurements. Marine Ornithology 40:89-94.
  • Polito MJ, HN Koopman, S Able, J Walsh, and ME Goebel. 2012. Physiological constraints and the influence of diet on fatty acids in the yolk of gentoo penguins, Pygoscelis papua. Journal of Comparative Physiology B 182:703-713. DOI: 10.1007/s00360-012-0649-8.
  • Santora JA, WJ Sydeman, ID Schroeder, CS Reiss, BK Wells, JC Field, AM Cossio, and VJ Loeb. 2012. Krill in space: a comparative assessment of mesoscale structuring in polar and temperate marine ecosystems. ICES Journal of Marine Science 69:1317-1327. DOI: 10.1093/icesjms/fss048.
  • Zeidberg LD, JL Butler, D Ramon, A Cossio, K Stierhoff, and A Henry. 2012. Estimation of spawning habitats of market squid (Doryteuthis opalescens) from field surveys of eggs off Central and Southern California. Marine Ecology 33:326-336.

2011

  • Brooks CM, AH Andrews, JR Ashford, N Ramanna, CD Jones, CC Lundstrom, and GM Cailliet. 2011. Age estimation and lead-radium dating of Antarctic toothfish (Dissostichus mawsoni) in the Ross Sea. Polar Biology 34:329–338.
  • Dorval E, K Piner, L Robertson, C Reiss, B Javor, and R Vetter. 2011. Temperature record in the oxygen stable isotopes of Pacific sardine otoliths: experimental vs. wild stocks from the Southern California Bight. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 397:136-143.
  • Durban JW, and RL Pitman. 2011. Antarctic killer whales make rapid, round-trip movements to sub-tropical waters: evidence for physiological maintenance migrations? Biology Letters 8:274-277.
  • Foote AD, PA Morin, JW Durban, RL Pitman, P Wade, E Willerslev, MTP Gilbert, and RR da Fonseca. 2011. Positive selection on the killer whale mitogenome. Biology Letters 7:116-118.
  • Hinke JT and WZ Trivelpiece. 2011. Daily activity and minimum food requirements during winter for gentoo penguins (Pygoscelis papua) in the South Shetland Islands, Antarctica. Polar Biology 34:1579-1590.
  • Jones CD and SJ Lockhart. 2011. Detecting vulnerable marine ecosystems in the Southern Ocean using research trawls and underwater imagery. Marine Policy 35:732–736.
  • Lewallen EA, RL Pitman, SL Kjartanson, and NR Lovejoy. 2011. Phylogenetic systematics of flyingfishes (Teleostei: Exocoetidae): evolution in the epipelagic zone. Biological Journal of the Linnaean Society 102:161-174.
  • Pitman RL (ed.). 2011. Killer whale: the top, top predator. Whalewatcher (Journal of the American Cetacean Society) 40:1-67.
  • Pitman RL. 2011. An introduction to the world’s premier predator. Pp. 2-5 in Killer whale: the top, top predator (RL Pitman, ed.). Whalewatcher (Journal of the American Cetacean Society) 40:1-67.
  • Pitman RL. 2011. Antarctic killer whales: top of the food chain at the bottom of the world. Pp. 39-45 in Killer whale: the top, top predator (RL Pitman, ed.). Whalewatcher (Journal of the American Cetacean Society) 40:1-67.
  • Pitman RL, JW Durban, M Greenfelder, C Guinet, M Jorgensen, PA Olson, J Plana, P Tixier, and JR Towers. 2011. Observations of a distinctive morphotype of killer whale (Orcinus orca), type D, from subantarctic waters. Polar Biology 34:303-306.
  • Polito MJ, WZ Trivelpiece, NJ Karnovsky, E Ng, WP Patterson, and SD Emslie. 2011. Integrating stomach content and stable isotope analyses to quantify the diets of pygoscelid penguins. PLoS ONE 6(10):e26642.
  • Santora JA and CS Reiss. 2011. Geospatial variability of krill and top predators within an Antarctic submarine canyon system. Marine Biology 158:2527-2540.
  • Trivelpiece WZ, JT Hinke, AK Miller, CS Reiss, SG Trivelpiece, and GM Watters. 2011. Variability in krill biomass links harvesting and climate warming to penguin population changes in Antarctica. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108:7625-7628.

2010

  • Ardelan MV, O Holm-Hansen, CD Hewes, CS Reiss, NS Silva, H Dulaiova, E Steinnes, and E Sakshaug. 2010. Natural iron enrichment around the Antarctic Peninsula in the Southern Ocean. Biogeosciences 7:11-25.
  • Ashford J, M La Mesa, B Fach, C Jones, and I Everson. 2010. Testing early life connectivity in Scotia Sea icefish using otolith chemistry and particle tracking simulations. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 67:1303–1315.
  • Breed GA, DP Costa, ME Goebel, and P Robinson. 2010. Electronic tracking tag programming critical to data collection for behavioral time-series analysis. Ecosphere 2:1-12.
  • Costa DP, LA Hückstädt, DE Crocker, BI McDonald, ME Goebel, and MA Fedak. 2010.  Approaches to studying climatic change and its role on the habitat selection of Antarctic pinnipeds. Integrative and Comparative Biology 50:1018–1030.
  • Durban J, D Ellifrit, M Dahlheim, J Waite, C Matkin, L Barrett-Lennard, G Ellis, R Pitman, R LeDuc, and P Wade. 2010. Photographic mark-recapture analysis of clustered mammal-eating killer whales around the Aleutian Islands and Gulf of Alaska. Marine Biology 157:1591-1604.
  • Feeney RF, RJ Lavenberg, and RL Pitman. 2010. Description of a larval Liopropoma (Actinopterygii: Epinephelidae) from the Gulf of California. Ciencias Marinas 36:83-89.
  • Laidre KL, MP Heide-Jorgensen, P Heagerty, A Cossio, B Bergstrom, and M Simon. 2010. Spatial associations between large baleen whales and their prey in West Greenland. Marine Ecology Progress Series 402: 269-284.
  • Morin PA and 15 others. 2010. Complete mitochondrial genome analysis of killer whales (Orcinus orca) indicates multiple species. Genome Research 20:908-916.
  • Padman L, DP Costa, ST Bolmer, ME Goebel, LA Hückstädt, A Jenkins, BI McDonald, and DR Shoosmith.  2010. Seals map bathymetry of the Antarctic continental shelf. Geophysical Research Letters 37. DOI: 10.1029/2010GL044921.
  • Pitman RL and JW Durban. 2010. Killer whale predation on penguins in Antarctica. Polar Biology 33:1589-1594.
  • Polito MJ and ME Goebel. 2010. Investigating the use of stable isotope analysis of milk to infer seasonal trends in the diets and foraging habitats of female Antarctic fur seals. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 395:1-12.
  • Polito MJ, AK Miller, SG Trivelpiece, and WZ Trivelpiece. 2010. Maturation increases early reproductive investment in Adélie penguins Pygoscelis adeliae. Ibis 152:38-47.
  • Santora JA, CS Reiss, VJ Loeb, and R Veit. 2010. Spatial association between hotspots of baleen whales and demographic patterns of Antarctic krill Euphausia superba suggests size-dependent predation. Marine Ecology Progress Series 405:255-269.
  • Wade PR and 13 others. 2010. The world’s smallest whale population? Biology Letters 7:83-85.

2009

  • Charrassin J-B and 30 others. 2010. New insights into Southern Ocean physical and biological processes revealed by instrumented elephant seals. In Proceedings of OceanObs’09: Sustained Ocean Observations and Information for Society (Vol. 2), Venice, Italy, 21-25 September 2009, Hall, J, Harrison, DE & Stammer, D, Eds., ESA Publication WPP-306. DOI:10.5270/OceanObs09.cwp.15.
  • Kinzey D and A Punt. 2009. Multispecies and single-species models of fish population dynamics: comparing parameter estimates. Natural Resource Modeling 22:67-104.
  • Kuhn KL, TJ Near, CD Jones, and JT Eastman. 2009. Aspects of the biology and population genetics of the Antarctic nototheniid fish Trematomus nicolai. Copeia 2:320-327.
  • La Mesa M, A De Felice, CD Jones, and 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.
  • McDonald BI, ME Goebel, DE Crocker, Y Tremblay, and DP Costa. 2009. Effects of maternal traits and individual behavior on the foraging strategies and provisioning rates of an income breeder, the Antarctic fur seal. Marine Ecology Progress Series 394:277-288.
  • Near TJ, CD Jones, and JT Eastman. 2009. Geographic intraspecific variation in buoyancy within each of four species of Antarctic notothenioid fishes. Antarctic Science 21:123–129.
  • Padman L, DP Costa, HA Fricker, T Scambos, MS Dinniman, ME Goebel, A Humbert, and B McDonald. 2009. Pre-collapse thinning of Wilkins Ice Shelf, Antarctica by basal melting. Geophysical Research Letters Apr 15.
  • Pitman RL, and JW Durban. 2009. Save the seal! Natural History Magazine November 2009:48.
  • Pitman RL 2009. Mesoplodont whales (Mesoplodon spp.). Pp. 721-726 in Encyclopedia of Marine Mammals, Second Edition (WF Perrin, B Würsig, and JGM Thewissen, eds.). Elsevier, San Diego.
  • Pitman RL 2009. Indo-Pacific beaked whale (Indopacetus pacificus). Pp. 600-602 in Encyclopedia of Marine Mammals, Second Edition (WF Perrin, B Würsig, and JGM Thewissen, eds.). Elsevier, San Diego.
  • Pitman RL. 2009. Book review:  Albatross. Their world, their ways. Wilson Bulletin 121:217-218.
  • Santora JA, CS Reiss, AM Cossio, and RR Veit. 2009. Interannual spatial variability of krill (Euphausia superba) influences seabird foraging behavior near Elephant Island, Antarctica. Fisheries Oceanography 18:20-35.
  • Weimerskirch H, M Le Corre, CA Bost, LT Ballance, and RL Pitman. 2009. L’avifaune et l’écologie des oiseaux marin.  Pp. 381-392 in Clipperton, environnement et biodiversité d’un microcosme océanique (L Charpy, ed.). Patrimones Naturels 68. MNHN, Paris; IRD, Marseille.

Submissions to CCAMLR

2018

  • Dahood A and GM Watters. 2018. Candidate baseline data for ecosystem indicators in the Ross Sea region. WS-SM-18/02.
  • Darby C and C Jones. 2018. Report of the co-conveners of the CCAMLR Workshop for the Development of a Dissostichus mawsoni Population Hypothesis for Area 48 (19 to 21 February 2018, Berlin, Germany). SC-CAMLR-XXXVII/01.
  • Delegation of the USA. 2018. Evaluating MPA scenarios in Planning Domain 1 using a dynamic food-web model. SC-CAMLR-XXXVII/BG/04.
  • Delegation of the USA. 2018. Preliminary evaluation of two feedback management strategies for the krill fishery in Subareas 48.1-48.3. SC-CAMLR-XXXVII/BG/12.
  • Delegation of the USA. 2018. Candidate baseline data for ecosystem indicators in the Ross Sea region. Part A: Brief presentation of data. SC-CAMLR-XXXVII/11.
  • Delegation of the USA. 2018. Candidate baseline data for ecosystem indicators in the Ross Sea region. Part B: Discussion of the data. SC-CAMLR-XXXVII/BG/13.
  • Delegations of the USA, Belgium, and SOOS. 2018. Delivering enhanced data access through CCAMLR-SOOS collaboration. SC-CAMLR-XXXVII/BG/19.
  • Fearnbach H, JW Durban, DK Ellifrit, and RL Pitman. 2018. Abundance and trends of Type B killer whales (Orcinus orca) around the western Antarctic Peninsula. WG-EMM-18/16.
  • Hinke J, G Watters, M Santos, M Korczak-Abshire, and G Milinevsky. 2018. Second progress report of the CEMP Special Fund overwinter penguin tracking project. WG-EMM-18/24.
  • Jones, CD. 2018. High densities of pennatulaceans (sea pens) encountered at sites in the South Orkney Islands (Subarea 48.2): three potential Vulnerable Marine Ecosystems. WG-EMM-18/36.
  • Jones CD. 2018. Indicative trends in by-catch of sharks in the CAMLR Convention Area. WG-FSA-18/63 Rev. 1.
  • Jones CD. 2018. Proposed initiative to contribute to Ross Sea region MPA research and monitoring activities using pop-off satellite tags and otolith chemistry on Dissostichus mawsoni. WS-SM-18/16.
  • Klein ES and GM Watters. 2018. What’s the catch? Profiling the risks and costs associated with marine protected areas and displaced fishing in the Scotia Sea. WS-SM-18/P03.
  • Krafft BA and 12 others. Development of methods relevant to feedback management (FBM) for the krill fishery. WG-EMM-18/08.
  • La Mesa M, E Riginella, and CD Jones. 2018. Spatial distribution and population structure of juvenile Antarctic toothfish (Dissostichus mawsoni) in the South Shetland Islands (Subarea 48.1). WG-FSA-18/45.
  • Meyer B, A Brierley, S Kawaguchi, C Reiss, and S Nicol. 2018. Proposal for a new SCAR krill action group. WG-EMM-18/01 Rev. 1.
  • Seyboth E, L Dalla Rosa, G Watters, and ER Secchi. 2018. Preliminary results on the distribution of fin whales on the norther Antarctic Peninsula. WG-EMM-18/43.
  • Seyboth E, F Félix, M-A Lea, L Dalla Rosa, G Watters, K Reid, and E Secchi. 2018. Influence of krill availability on humpback whale breeding success. WG-EMM-18/P15.
  • Söffker M and 28 others. 2018. Annex to WS-DmPH-18 report: towards the development of a stock hypothesis for Antarctic toothfish (Dissostichus mawsoni) in Area 48. WG-SAM-18/33 Rev. 1.
  • Watters G and P Trathan. 2018. Invitation to participate in a workshop on krill fishery management for Subareas 48.1 and 48.2. SC-CAMLR-XXXVII/24.

2017

  • Delegations of New Zealand and the USA. 2017. Ross Sea region marine protected area: consequential changes to other conservation measures. CCAMLR-XXXVI/16.
  • Delegation of the USA. 2017. Model-based ecosystem risk assessments of MPA scenarios in Planning Domain 1. SC-CAMLR-XXXVI/BG/27.
  • Dunn A, M Vacchi, and G Watters. The Ross Sea region Marine Protected Area Research and Monitoring Plan (WG-EMM 2017). WG-EMM-17/43.
  • Dunn A, M Vacchi, and G Watters. The Ross Sea region Marine Protected Area Research and Monitoring Plan (WG-SAM 2017). WG-SAM-17/42.
  • Dunn A, M Vacchi, and G Watters. Report of the Co-conveners of the CCAMLR Workshop on the Ross Sea region Marine Protected Area Research and Monitoring Plan. SC-CAMLR-XXXVI/07.
  • Dunn A, M Vacchi, and G Watters. The Ross Sea region Marine Protected Area Research and Monitoring Plan. SC-CAMLR-XXXVI/20.
  • Fearnbach H, JW Durban, DK Ellifrit, and RL Pitman. 2017. Increasing abundance of Type A killer whales (Orcinus orca) in the coastal waters around the Antarctic Peninsula. WG-EMM-17/49.
  • Hinke J, G Watters, M Santos, M Korczak-Abshire, G Milinevsky, and V Lytvynov. 2017. Progress report of the CEMP Special Fund overwinter penguin tracking project. WG-EMM-17-07.
  • Hinke J, G Watters, M Santos, M Korczak-Abshire, G Milinevsky, V Lytvynov, A Barbosa, C Southwell, and L Emmerson. 2017. Progress report of the CEMP Special Fund camera network in Subarea 48.1. WG-EMM-17/16 Rev. 1.
  • Jones CD and SJ Parker. 2017. Pop-off satellite tagging to support research and monitoring of the Ross Sea region MPA. WS-RMP-17/02.
  • Jones CD and SJ Parker. 2017. Results of 2016 pop-off satellite archival tagging of Antarctic toothfish in the Ross Sea region. WG-SAM-17/33.
  • Kinzey D, GM Watters, and CS Reiss. 2017. Phase-randomisation in an integrated assessment model for Antarctic krill. WG-SAM-17/31.
  • Kinzey D, GM Watters, and CS Reiss. 2017. Incorporation of science advice from the CCAMLR working groups and Scientific Committee into the krill assessment model for Subarea 48.1. WG-SAM-17/32.
  • Meyer B, L Suberg, S Fielding, OR Godø, and C Reiss. 2017. Proposal for an acoustic krill biomass survey in CCAMLR Subarea 48.1 in relation to the hydrological environment and in conjunction with carbon cycling and temperature adaptation experiments of krill and salps. WG-EMM-17/39.
  • Reiss C, and G Watters. 2017. A new plan for pelagic ecological research within the U.S. AMLR Program. WG-EMM-17-04.
  • Trathan PN, V Warwick-Evans, J Hinke, EF Young, APB Carneiro, MP Dias, K Kovacs, OR Godø, and M Santos. 2017. Characterising the preferred at-sea habitats used by chinstrap penguins and the fishery for Antarctic krill: slow-flowing, nearshore waters over shallow bathymetry. WG-EMM-17/34.
  • Southwell C, L Emmerson, K Newbery, J Hinke, G Watters, M Santos, G Milinevsky, M Korczak-Abshire, N Ratcliffe, and P Trathan. 2017. Progress report of the CEMP Special Fund project to develop an image processing software tool for analysis of camera network monitoring data. WG-EMM-17-10.

2016

  • AERD. 2016. Background information to support development of a feedback management strategy for the krill fishery in Subarea 48.1. WG-EMM-16/45.
  • AERD. 2016. Downward adjustments to local catch limits for the krill fishery in Subarea 48.1. WG-EMM-16/46.
  • AERD. 2016. Upward adjustments to local catch limits for the krill fishery in Subarea 48.1. WG-EMM-16/47.
  • Cossio A, J Renfree, and C Reiss. 2016. Matlab code for calculating krill biomass in a survey area. SG-ASAM-16/03.
  • Delegations of New Zealand and the USA. 2016. A proposal for the establishment of a Ross Sea region marine protected area. CCAMLR-XXXV/25 Rev. 1.
  • Delegation of the USA. 2016. Independent reviews of CCAMLR stock assessments – a discussion paper. SC-CAMLR-XXXV/BG/20.
  • Delegation of the USA. 2016. Updated assessment of the risks of status quo krill fishing and proposed revisions to Conservation Measure 51-07. SC-CAMLR-XXXV/BG/36.
  • Dunn A, C Jones, S Mormede, and S Parker. 2016. Results of the fifth Ross Sea shelf survey to monitor abundance of sub-adult Antarctic toothfish in the souther Ross Sea, February 2016, and notification for continuation in 2017. WG-SAM-16/14.
  • Fielding S, A Cossio, M Cox, C Reiss, and G Skaret. 2016. CCAMLR protocol for krill biomass estimation. SG-ASAM-16/02.
  • Fielding S, A Cossio, M Cox, C Reiss, G Skaret, D Demer, J Watkins, and X Zhao. 2016. A condensed history and document of the method used by CCAMLR to estimate krill biomass (B0) in 2010. WG-EMM-16/38.
  • Hinke J, G Watters, M Santos, M Korczak-Abshire, G Milinevsky, A Barbosa, C Southwell, and L Emmerson. 2016. Progress report of the CEMP camera network in Subarea 48.1. WG-EMM-16/58.
  • Jones CD, SJ Parker, A Dunn, D Di Blasi, and D Stevens. 2016. Pop-off satellite tagging in the Ross Sea region in 2016. WG-FSA-16/57.
  • Kinzey D, GM Watters, and CS Reiss. 2016. The integrated krill assessment model for Subarea 48.1 with future catches meeting alternative decision rules. WG-SAM-16/36 Rev. 1.
  • Klein ES and GM Watters. 2016. A brief review of information relevant to the establishment of a Krill Research Zone within the proposed Ross Sea region Marine Protected Area. WG-EMM-16/49.
  • Klein ES, SL Hill, GM Watters, and JT Hinke. 2016. Preliminary modelling of potential climate-change impacts on krill and a krill-dependent predator in CCAMLR Subareas 48.1 to 48.3. WG-EMM-16/53.
  • Koch K-H, CD Jones, and D Welsford. 2016. Species profiles: target species and common by-catch species. WG-FSA-16/51.
  • Pitman R, H Fearnbach, and JW Durban. 2016. Population status of Ross Sea killer whales (Orcinus orca, Type C) in McMurdo Sound, Antarctica, based on photo-identification studies. WG-EMM-16/50.
  • Reiss CS. 2016. Information from repeat acoustic transects to inform feedback management strategies: data for SG-ASAM 2016. SG-ASAM-16/04.
  • Rusin J, D Kinzey, and G Watters. 2016. Independent peer review of an integrated stock assessment model for Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) conducted by the Center for Independent Experts. WG-SAM-16/37.
  • Watkins J, OR Godø, S Fielding, C Reiss, P Trathan, and E Murphy. 2016. Preliminary report on the South Orkneys Ecosystem Studies (SOES) field work undertaken by RRS James Clark Ross (JR15004) and associated field camps in January-February 2016. WG-EMM16/19.
  • Watters GM, JT Hinke, and CS Reiss. 2016. A feedback management strategy for the krill fishery in Subarea 48.1. WG-EMM-16/48.

2015

  • Delegations of Australia, Chile and the USA. 2015. CCAMLR Symposium 2015. CCAMLR-XXXIV/28 Rev. 2.
  • Delegations of New Zealand and the USA. 2015. A proposal for the establishment of a Ross Sea Region Marine Protected Area. CCAMLR-XXXIV/29 Rev. 1.
  • Hart T, C Black, L Emmerson, J Hinke, and C Southwell. 2015. Citizen science for large-scale data extraction from a citizen science network. WG-EMM-15/31.
  • Hill S, J Watkins, OR Godo, S Kawaguchi, D Kinzey, C Reiss, V Siegel, P Trathan, and G Watters. 2015. Key considerations for planning a large-scale krill survey. WG-EMM-15/27.
  • Jones CD. 2015. Initiative to monitor Antarctic toothfish movement and habitat preferences using satellite pop-up tags. WG-FSA-15/08.
  • Jones CD. 2015. Review of the CCAMLR regulatory framework and recommendations for streamlining fishery status. CCAMLR-XXXIV/17.
  • Jones CD. 2015. CCAMLR Observer Training Program Accreditation Scheme (COTPAS) Technical Peer Review Group (TPRG) comments on the Australian Observer Programme Submission for COTPAS Accreditation. SC-CAMLR-XXXIV/BG/23.
  • Kinzey D, GM Watters, and CS Reiss. 2015. Estimating future krill catches that meet the CCAMLR and alternative decision rules for FAO Subarea 48.1 using an integrated assessment model. WG-EMM-15/51 Rev. 1.
  • Kinzey D, GM Watters, and CS Reiss. 2015. Model diagnostics for the Antarctic krill assessment for Subarea 48.1. WG-FSA-15/60.
  • Parker SJ and CD Jones. 2015. Status of WG-SAM reviews of research plans and research proposals and recommendations for streamlining. WG-FSA-15/14.
  • Reiss CS, GM Watters, J Hinke, and D Kinzey. 2015. Within season feedback management system – a pro forma for discussion at WG-EMM 2015. WG-EMM-15/04.
  • Reiss CS, A Cossio, CD Jones, A Murray, G Mitchell, J Santora, K Dietrich, E Weiss, C Gimpel, J Walsh, and GM Watters. 2015. Winter habitat selection by Antarctic krill will increase krill-predator-fishery interactions during ice free years. WG-EMM 15/05.
  • Reiss CS, R Kilada, and S Kawaguchi. 2015. Direct Ageing of Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) – potential utility of eyestalk sections for age determination. WG-EMM-15/45.
  • Trathan PN, JT Hinke, and B Lascelles. 2015. Scotia Sea Pygoscelid Penguin Tracking and Habitat Analysis Workshop. WG-EMM-15/09.
  • Watters G and J Hinke. 2015. Feedback management pro forma based on WG-EMM-12/44. WG-EMM-15/33.
  • Watters G. 2015. Report of a domestic workshop to identify U.S. stakeholders’ objectives and protection priorities for one or more marine protected areas in Planning Domain 1. WG-EMM-15/34.
  • Watters G, A Constable, and D Welsford. 2015. Streamlining the work of the Scientific Committee for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (SC-CAMLR). WG-EMM-15/59.
  • Ziegler P, P Burch, A Constable, C Darby, A Dunn, C Jones, D Kinzey, S Mormede, and D Welsford. 2015. Towards developing diagnostics tools for fishery stock assessments. WG-SAM-15/26.

2014

  • Delegations of New Zealand and the USA. 2014. A proposal for the establishment of a Ross Sea Region Marine Protected Area. CCAMLR-XXXIII/21.
  • Delegations of New Zealand and the USA. 2014. Chronology of previously submitted scientific documents, and updated maps and analyses supporting MPA planning in the Ross Sea region. SC-CAMLR-XXXIII/BG/23 Rev. 1.
  • Delegations of New Zealand and the USA. 2014. New research consistent with a proposed draft Research and Monitoring Plan for a Ross Sea region MPA. SC-CAMLR-XXXIII/BG/24.
  • Delegations of the United Kingdom, Norway, and the USA. 2014. Plans for a new international effort on the ecological assessment of interactions between krill and land-based predators in Area 48. SC-CAMLR-XXXIII/BG/33 Rev. 1.
  • Goebel ME and CS Reiss. 2014. Squeezed from both ends: Decline in Antarctic fur seals in the South Shetland Islands driven by both top-down and bottom-up processes. WG-EMM-14/39.
  • Hinke JT, ME Goebel, MM Santos, PN Trathan, WZ Trivelpiece, and GM Watters. 2014. Spatial overlap of krill-dependent predators and krill fishery catches and a proposal for subdivision of catch limits in Subarea 48.1. WG-EMM-14/36.
  • Kinzey D, GM Watters, and CS Reiss. 2014. Integrated models for Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) using survey data from 1981-2014 in Subarea 48.1. WG-SAM-14/20.
  • Kock K-H and CD Jones. 2014. Has krill fishing the potential to adversely affect recruitment in Antarctic notothenioid fishes? WG-FSA-14/66.
  • Mangel M, J Brodziak, and GM Watters. 2014. Steepness for Antarctic toothfish (Dissostichus mawsoni) based on life history. WG-FSA-14/32.
  • Reiss CS, J Walsh, K Dietrich, and JA Santora. 2014. Winter distribution and condition of Antarctic krill in relation to sea-ice and water column production in the South Shetland Islands during Austral Winter 2013. WG-EMM-14/13.
  • Reiss C and M Espino Sanchez. 2014. A comparison of gear selectivity among three fishing gears for Antarctic krill with notes on the demographic patterns and productivity of Antarctic krill during summer 2014. WG-EMM-14/37.
  • Santos MM, PN Trathan, S Thanassekos, EF Rombola, MA Juarez, K Reid, and JT Hinke. 2014. Breeding and post-breeding foraging locations of Adélie penguins at Hope Bay/Esperanza, Antarctic Peninsula. WG-EMM-14/42.
  • Santos MM, M Korczak-Abshire, MA Juarez, WZ Trivelpiece, and JT Hinke. 2014. How similar are CEMP indices from adjacent locations? A case of study using Pygoscelis adeliae and P. papua monitoring data from three breeding colonies on King George Island. WG-EMM-14/43.
  • Watters GM, CS Reiss, and D Kinzey. 2014. Discussion on recent results from an integrated assessment of Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) in Subarea 48.1. WG-EMM-14/35.

2013

  • Delegations of New Zealand and the USA. 2013. A draft plan for research and monitoring in the Ross Sea region, in association with spatial marine protection.  SC-CAMLR-IM-I/BG/03 Rev. 1.
  • Delegations of New Zealand and the USA. 2013. Analysis of potential threats from fishing to the objectives of a proposed Ross Sea region MPA. SC-CAMLR-IM-I/09.
  • Delegations of New Zealand and the USA. 2013. A proposal for the establishment of a Ross Sea Region Marine Protected Area. CCAMLR-SM-II/04.
  • Delegations of New Zealand and the USA. 2013. A proposal for the establishment of a Ross Sea Region Marine Protected Area. CCAMLR-XXXII/27.
  • Delegations of New Zealand and the USA. 2013. Reporting, review and period of designation in the Ross Sea Region MPA proposal. CCAMLR-XXXII/BG/38 Rev. 1.
  • Delegations of New Zealand and the USA. 2013. Ross Sea Region Marine Protected Area: explanation of objectives supporting component areas. CCAMLR-XXXII/BG/40 Rev. 1.
  • Delegations of the USA and New Zealand. 2013. Science supporting the joint New Zealand-United States proposal for the establishment of a marine protected area in the Ross Sea Region. SC-CAMLR-IM-I/08
  • Driscoll RM, CS Reiss, and BT Hentschel. 2013. Temperature-dependent growth of Thysanoessa macrura: inter-annual and spatial variability. WG-EMM-13/39.
  • Fielding S, E Josse, R Kloser, R O’Driscoll, C Reiss, G Skaret, and M Cox. 2013. Southern Ocean Network of Acoustics (SONA). WG-EMM-13/16.
  • Gerrodette T and G Watters. 2013. The relative by-catches of taxa associated with vulnerable marine ecosystems by autolines and Spanish longlines. WG-FSA-13/41.
  • Godø OR, C Reiss, V Siegel, and JL Watkins. 2013. Commercial fishing vessel as research vessels in the Antarctic – requirements and solutions exemplified with a new vessel. WG-EMM-13/15.
  • Jones CD. 2013. Formalising the invitation and management of experts and observers to meetings of CCAMLR Scientific Committee subsidiary bodies. SC-CAMLR-XXXII/09.
  • Reiss C and C Jones. 2013. Abundance, distribution, energy density and trophic position of euphausiids during winter 2012: preliminary results from the first U.S. AMLR Winter Survey. WG-EMM-13/40.
  • Santos MM, NR Coria, E Barrera-Oro, and JT Hinke. 2013. Evaluation of populations of chinstrap and gentoo penguins at Cierva Cove (ASPA No 132). Is this site an appropriate control area for non-fishing effects? WG-EMM-13/27.
  • Santos MM, NR Coria, E Barrera-Oro, and JT Hinke. 2013. Abundance estimation of Adélie penguins colony at Esperanza/Hope Bay. WG-EMM-13/43.
  • Torres L, MH Pinkerton, R Pitman, J Durban, and R Eisert. 2013. To what extent do type C killer whales (Orcinus orca) feed on Antarctic toothfish (Dissostichus mawsoni) in the Ross Sea, Antarctica? WG-EMM-13/29.

2012

  • Cossio AM, GM Watters, CS Reiss, JT Hinke, and D Kinzey. 2012. Semi-empirical acoustic estimates of krill biomass derived from simulated commercial fishery data based on single-frequency acoustics. SG-ASAM-12/04.
  • Delegations of New Zealand and the USA. 2012. A proposal for the establishment of a Ross Sea region Marine Protected Area. CCAMLR/XXXI/16 Rev. 1.
  • Delegation of the United States of America. 2012. A proposal for the Ross Sea region Marine Protected Area.  CCAMLR-XXXI/40.
  • Gerrodette T and GM Watters.  2012.  The relative impacts of autolines and Spanish longlines on vulnerable marine ecosystems. WG-FSA-12/27.
  • Hinke JT, GM Watters, WZ Trivelpiece, and ME Goebel. 2012. Synopsis of data from satellite telemetry of foraging trips and migration routes of penguins and pinnipeds from the South Shetland Islands, 1997/98 to present. WG-EMM-12/37.
  • Kinzey D, G Watters, and C Reiss. 2012. Effects of recruitment variability and natural mortality on Generalised Yield Model projections and the CCAMLR Decision Rules for Antarctic krill. WG-EMM-12/26.
  • Kinzey D, G Watters, and C Reiss. 2012. An integrated assessment model for Antarctic krill: progress update. WG-EMM-12/27.
  • Kock K-H and CD Jones. 2012. The composition, abundance and reproductive characteristics of the demersal fish fauna in the Elephant Island–South Shetland Islands region and at the tip of the Antarctic Peninsula (CCAMLR Subarea 8.1) in March–early April 2012. WG-FSA-12/10.
  • Kock K-H and CD Jones. 2012. The recent decline in recruitment of Gobionotothen gibberifrons in the South Shetland Islands (CCAMLR Subarea 48.1). WG-FSA-12/20.
  • Kock K-H and CD Jones. 2012. Has Notothenia rossii around Elephant Islands and the lower South Shetland Islands (Subarea 48.1) recovered from exploitation some 30 years ago? WG-FSA-12/19.
  • Lockhart SJ, N Wilson, and E Lazo-Wasem. 2012. Potential VMEs around Elephant and the South Shetland Islands (Subarea 48.1). WG-EMM-12/51.
  • Trathan PN, HJ Lynch, C Southwell, PT Fretwell, G Watters, and N Ratcliffe. 2012. Extending ecological monitoring to underpin the development of feedback management approaches for the Antarctic krill fishery. WG-EMM-12/04.
  • Watters GM and CS Reiss. 2012. Research and monitoring to support an MPA in the Ross Sea Region. WG-EMM-12/46.
  • Watters GM and JT Hinke. 2012. Towards developing a feedback management procedure for the Antarctic krill fishery. WG-EMM-12/44.

2011

  • Cossio A, C Reiss, and R Driscoll. 2011. A re-analysis and update of the Antarctic krill biomass in the South Shetland Islands, through 2011. WG-EMM-11/26.
  • Delegation of the USA. 2011. An MPA scenario for the Ross Sea region. SC-CAMLR-XXX/09.
  • Fielding S, J Watkins, A Cossio, C Reiss, G Watters, L Calise, G Skaret, Y Takao, X Zhao, D Agnew, D Ramm, and K Reid.  2011.  The ASAM 2010 assessment of krill biomass for Area 48 from the Scotia Sea CCAMLR 2000 Synoptic Survey. WG-EMM-11/20.
  • Ferguson J, J Ashford, A Piñones, J Torres, W Fraser, C Jones, and M Pinkerton. 2011. Connectivity and population structure in Pleuragramma antarcticum. WG-FSA-11/19.
  • Flores H and 20 others. 2011. Antarctic krill and climate change. WG-EMM-11/16.
  • Hinke JT and GM Watters. 2011. Comparing CEMP indices to inform feedback management of the Antarctic krill fishery. WG-EMM-11/25.
  • Jones CD, DA Bowden, and S Schiaparelli. 2011.  Dense stalked crinoid dominated assemblages on Admiralty Seamount in the northern Ross Sea (Subarea 88.1g): two potential VMEs. WG-EMM-11/10.
  • Jones C and S Hanchet. 2011. The Ross Sea toothfish fishery: proposal for conditional transition of classification from exploratory to established. WG-FSA-11/32.
  • Kinzey D, G Watters, and C Reiss. 2011. Modeling Antarctic krill: scale, movement and age-structure. WG-EMM-11/43 Rev. 1.
  • Kinzey D. 2011. Research standards for exploratory fisheries. WG-SAM-11/15 Rev. 1.
  • Sharp BR and GM Watters. 2011. Marine protected area planning by New Zealand and the United States in the Ross Sea region. WS-MPA-11/25.
  • Siegel V, C Reiss, K Dietrich, M Haraldsson, and G Rohardt. 2011. Antarctic krill demography and population dynamics west of the Antarctic Peninsula in 2010/11. WG-EMM-11/13.
  • Southwell C and 14 others. 2011. Update on inter-sessional work by the sub-group on status and trends assessment of predator populations (WG-EMM-STAPP). WG-EMM-11/30.

2010

  • Kock K-H, CD Jones, J Gröger, and S Schöling. 2010. How much do icefish (Notothenioidei, Channichthyidae) eat in the southern Scotia Arc and the Antarctic Peninsula region? WG-FSA-10/18.
  • Lockhart SJ and CD Jones. 2010. High densities of pterobranchs and sea pens encountered at sites in the South Orkney Islands (Subarea 48.2): two potential VMEs. WG-EMM-10/14.
  • Sharp B and 13 others. 2010. Bioregionalisation and spatial ecosystem processes in the Ross Sea region. WG-EMM-10/30.

2009

  • Hinke J, S Trivelpiece, and W Trivelpiece. 2009. Rapid climate change and life history: how plastic is the Adélie penguin? WG-EMM-09/34.
  • Hinke J, C Reiss, and W Trivelpiece. 2009. Strong effects of environmental conditions on reproductive success of penguins at King George Island. WG-EMM-09/43.
  • Jones CD and K-H Kock. 2009. Standing stock, spatial distribution, and biological features of demersal finfish from the 2009 US AMLR bottom trawl survey of the South Orkney Islands (Subarea 48.2). WG-FSA-09/19.
  • Lockhart SJ and CD Jones. 2009. Detection of vulnerable marine ecosystems in the southern Scotia Arc (CCAMLR Subareas 48.1 and 48.2) through research bottom trawl sampling and underwater imagery. WG-EMM-09/32.
  • Parker S, D Tracey, E Mackay, S Mills, P Marriott, O Anderson, K Schnabel, D Bowden, M Kelly, and S Lockhart. 2009. CCAMLR VME Taxa Classification Guide. CCAMLR, Hobart, Australia, 2009, 4 p. .
  • Santora JA, CS Reiss, VJ Loeb, and RR Veit. 2009. Demographic patterns of Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) explain the spatial segregation of baleen whales (Mysticeti) around the South Shetland Islands, Antarctica. WG-EMM-09/33.
  • Southwell C and 13 others. 2009. Update on progress in intersessional work from the Predator Survey Workshop. WG-EMM-09/39.
  • Trivelpiece WZ, JT Hinke, AK Miller, C Reiss, SG Trivelpiece, and GM Watters. 2009. Chinstrap penguins: misunderstood and vulnerable monitors of ecosystem changes in the Scotia Sea region of Antarctica. W.G-EMM-09/17.
  • Watters GM, S Hill, JT Hinke, and P Trathan. 2009. The risks of not deciding to allocate the precautionary krill catch limit among SSMUs and allowing uncontrolled expansion of the krill fishery up to the trigger level. WG-EMM-09/12.


Other Publications and Technical Reports
  • Dewar H, T Eguchi, J Hyde, D Kinzey, S Kohin, J Moore, BL Taylor, and R Vetter. 2013. Status Review of the Northeastern Pacific Population of White Sharks (Carcharodon carcharias) Under the Endangered Species Act. NOAA-TM-NMFS-SWFSC-523.
  • Jones CD. 2016. SC-CAMLR activities on matters of mutual interest with the CEP: summary and update. Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting, Committee for Environmental Protection. ATCM39-XP006. Santiago, Chile.
  • Olsen PA and C.D. Jones. 2018. Photo-identification of Antarctic fin whales. International Whaling Commission. IWC SC/67B/PH/01.
  • Peavey L, B Pitman, S Benson, J Harvey, B Watson, T Graham, and K Kopitsky. 2010. Big eyes, big boats and home videos: studying sea turtles at sea. SWOT Report 5:9-12.
  • Walsh JG. (ed). 2014. AMLR 2010/2011 Field Season Report: Objectives, Accomplishments and Tentative Conclusions. NOAA-TM-NMFS-SWFSC-524.
  • Van Cise AM (ed). 2010. AMLR 2009/2010 Field Season Report: Objectives, Accomplishments and Tentative Conclusions. NOAA-TM-NMFS-SWFSC-470.
  • Van Cise AM (ed). 2009. AMLR 2008/2009 Field Season Report: Objectives, Accomplishments and Tentative Conclusions. NOAA-TM-NMFS-SWFSC-445.
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