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* Includes documents with studies that utilized AMLR datasets but for which AMLR did not participate in authorship.

  • A comparison of net and acoustic estimates of krill density in the Scotia Sea during the CCAMLR 2000 Survey   S.M. Kasatkina, C. Goss, J.H. Emery, Y. Takao, F.F. Litvinov, A.P. Malyshko, V.N. Shnar, O.A. Berezhinsky.  Deep Sea Research II 51 (2004)

  • An 8-year cycle in krill biomass density inferred from acoustic surveys conducted in the vicinity of the South Shetland Islands during the austral summers of 1991-1992 and 2001-2002   R.H. Hewitt, D.A. Demer, J.H. Emery.  Aquatic Living Resources 16 (2003)

  • An estimate of error for the CCAMLR 2000 survey estimate of krill biomass   D.A. Demer.  Deep Sea Research II 51 (2004)

  • Antarctica human impacts. C.D. Jones. In: Hidden Depths: Atlas of the Oceans. Ed. A.E. Theberge. HarperCollins, New York (1997)

  • Biomass and energy transfer to baleen whales in the South Atlantic sector of the Southern Ocean S. Reilly, S. Hedley, J. Borberg, R. Hewitt, D. Thiele, J. Watkins, M. Naganobu.  Deep Sea Research II 51 (2004)

  • Biomass of Antarctic krill in the Scotia Sea in January/February 2000 and its use in revising an estimate of precautionary yield R.P. Hewitt, et. al. Deep Sea Research II 51 (2004)

  • Changes in biomass of eight species of finfish around the South Orkney Islands (Subarea 48.2) from three bottom trawl surveys  C.D. Jones, K.-H. Kock, and E. Balguerias.  CCAMLR Science 7 (2000)

  • Confirmation of neutral buoyancy in Aethotaxis mitopteryx DeWitt (Notothenioididei: Nototheniidae)  T.J. Near, B.J. Kendrick, H.W. Detrich, C.D. Jones.  Polar Biology (2006)

  • Deep chlorophyll a maxima (DCMs) in pelagic Antarctic waters. I. Relationships between DCMs and the physical, chemical, and optical conditions in the upper water column    O. Holmhansen, C.D. Hewes.  Polar Biol 27 (2004)

  • Deep chlorophyll a maxima (DCMs) in pelagic Antarctic waters. II. Relation to bathymetric features and dissolved iron concentrations   O. Holmhansen, M. Kahru, C. D. Hewes.  Mar Ecol Prog Series 297 (2005)

  • Diet of two icefish species from the South Shetland Islands and Elephant Island, Champsocephalus gunnari and Chaenocephalus aceratus   H. Flores, K.H. Kock, S. Wilhelms, C.D. Jones.  Polar Biol 27 (2004)

  • Ecological Implications of Body Composition and Thermal Capabilities in Young Antarctic Fur Seals    M.R. Rutishauser, D.P. Costa, M.E. Goebel, T.M. Williams.  Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 77:4 (2004)

  • Effects of sea-ice extent and krill or salp dominance on the Antarctic food web    V. Loeb, V. Siegal, O. Holmhansen, R. Hewitt, W. Fraser, W. Trivelpiece, S. Trivelpiece.  Nature 387 (1997)

  • Factors influencing the distribution, biomass, and productivity of phytoplankton in the Scotia Sea and adjoining waters O. Holmhansen, et. al.  Deep Sea Research II 51 (2004)

  • Factors influencing the proximate composition of milk in a sub-polar otariid, Callorhinus ursinus [POSTER]  M.E. Goebel, D.P. Costa.  APS 2002

  • Fish Stocks in the Southern Scotia Arc Region - A Review and Prospects for Future Research K.H. Kock, C.D. Jones.  Reviews in Fisheries Science (2005)

  • Impact of a deep ozone hole on Southern Ocean primary production   K.R. Arrigo, D. Lubin, G.L. van Dijken, O. Holmhansen, E. Morrow.  J Geophysical Res 108:C5 (2003)

  • Interpolation of animal tracking data in a fluid environment  Y. Tremblay, S.A. Shaffer, S.L. Fowler, C.E. Kuhn, B.I. McDonald, M. J. Weise, C. Bost, H. Weimerskirch, D. E.

  • Krill demography and large-scale distribution in the southwest Atlantic during January/February 2000   V. Siegel, S. Kawaguchi, P. Ward, F. Litvinov, V. Sushin, V. Loeb, J. Watkins.  Deep Sea Research II 51 (2004)

  • Krill population dynamics in the Scotia Sea: variability in growth and mortality within a single population    K. Reid, E.J. Murphy, V. Loeb, R.P. Hewitt.  Journal of Marine Systems 36:1-2 (2002)

  • Long-term decline in krill stock and increase in salps within the Southern Ocean A. Atkinson, V. Siegel, E. Pakhomov, P. Rothery  Nature 432 (4 November 2004)

  • Mental barbel variation in Pogonophryne scotti Regan (Pisces: Perciformes: Artedidraconidae)   R.R. Eakin, J.T. Eastman, C.D. Jones.  Antarctic Science 13:4 (2001)

  • Mesoplankton community structure in the Scotia Sea during the CCAMLR 2000 survey: January-February 2000    P. Ward, S. Grant, M. Brandon, V. Siegel, V. Sushin, V. Loeb, H. Griffiths.  Deep Sea Research II 51 (2004)

  • Modeling the krill transport pathways in the Scotia Sea: spatial and environmental connections generating the seasonal distribution of krill   E.J. Murphy, S.E. Thorpe, J.L. Watkins, R. Hewitt.  Deep Sea Research II 51 (2004)

  • Ontogenetic shift in buoyancy and habitat in the Antarctic toothfish, Dissostichus mawsoni (Perciformes: Nototheniidae) T.J. Near, S.E. Russo, C.D. Jones, A.L. DeVries.  Polar Biol 26 (2003)

  • Nesting behavior of the icefish Chaenocephalus aceratus at Bouvetoya Island, Southern Ocean   H.W. Dietrich, C.D. Jones, S. Kim, A.W. North, A. Thurber, M. Vacchi.  Polar Biol 28 (2005)

  • New target-strength model indicates more krill in Southern Ocean   D.A. Demer, S.G. Conti.  ICES J Mar Sci 62 (2005)

  • Physical Oceanography in the Scotia Sea during the CCAMLR 2000 survey, austral summer 2000   M.A. Brandon, M. Naganobu, D.A. Demer, P. Chernyshkov, P.N. Trathan, S.E. Thorpe, T. Kameda, O.A. Berezhinskiy, E.J. Hawker, S. Grant.  Deep Sea Research II 51 (2004)

  • Reconciling fisheries with conservation: three examples from the Southern ocean   R.P. Hewitt, I. Everson, C.D. Jones.  World Fisheries Congress (2004)

  • Revised estimates of seabed areas within the 500m isobath of the South Orkney Islands (Subarea 48.2) and consequences for standing stock biomass estimates of nine species of finfish C.D. Jones.  CCAMLR Science 7 (2000)

  • Salp distribution and size composition in the Atlantic sector of the Southern Ocean    S. Kawaguchi, V. Siegel, F. Litvinov, V. Loeb, J. Watkins.  Deep Sea Research II 51 (2004)

  • Separation of foraging habitat among breeding sites of a colonial marine predator, the northern fur seal (Callorhinus ursinus) B.W. Robson, M.E. Goebel, J.D. Baker, R.R. Ream, T.R. Loughlin, R.C. Francis, G.A. Antonelis, D.P. Costa.  Can J Zool 82 (2004)

  • Setting a Precautionary Catch Limit for Antarctic Krill   R.P. Hewitt, et.al.  Oceanography 15:2 (2002)

  • Surface areas of seabed within the 500m isobath for regions within the South Shetland Islands (Subarea 48.1) C.D. Jones, S.N. Sexton, and R.E. Cosgrove III.  CCAMLR Science 6 (1999)

  • Temporal and spatial distribution of chlorophyll-a in surface waters of the Scotia Sea as determined by both shipboard measurements and satellite data    O. Holmhansen, M. Kahru, C.D. Hewes, S. Kawaguchi, T. Kameda, V.A. Sushin, I. Krasovski, J. Priddle, R. Korb, R.P. Hewitt, B.G. Mitchell.  Deep Sea Research II 51 (2004)

  • The biology of the icefish Cryodraco antarcticus Dollo, 1900 (Pisces, Channichthyidae) in the southern Scotia Arc (Antarctica)    K.-H. Kock and C.D. Jones.  Polar Biol 25 (2002)

  • The CCAMLR 2000 Survey: a multinational, multi-ship biological oceanography survey of the Atlantic sector of the Southern Ocean     J.L. Watkins, R. Hewitt, M. Naganobu, V. Sushin.  Deep Sea Research II 51 (2004)

  • The commercial harvest of krill in the southwest Atlantic before and during the CCAMLR 2000 survey   C.D. Jones, D.C. Ramm.  Deep Sea Research II 51 (2004)

  • The Effects of Non-Lethal Post-Canine Tooth Extraction on Lactating Antarctic Fur Seals [POSTER]  M.E. Goebel, J.L. Lipsky, R.S. Holt.  Marine Mammal Conference (2005)

  • The Fishery on Antarctic Krill: Defining an Ecosystem Approach to Management  R.P. Hewitt, E.H. Linnen Low.  Reviews in Fisheries Science 8:3 (2000)

  • Use of moored acoustic instruments to measure short-term variability in abundance on Antarctic krill   A.S. Brierley, R.A. Saunders, D.G. Bone, E.J. Murphy, P. Enderlein, S.G. Conti, D.A. Demer.  Limnol. Oceanogr.: Methods 4 (2006)

  • Validation of the stochastic distorted-wave Born approximation model with broad bandwidth total target strength measurements of Antarctic krill   D.A. Demer, S.G. Conti.  ICES J Mar Sci 60 (2003)

  • Variation in the biomass density and demography of Antarctic krill in the vicinity of the South Shetland Islands during the 1999/2000 austral summer  R.P. Hewitt, S. Kim, M. Naganobu, M. Gutierrez, D. Kang, Y. Takao, J. Quinones, Y.H. Lee, H.C. Shin, S. Kawaguchi, J.H. Emery, D.A. Demer, V.J. Loeb.  Deep Sea Research II 51 (2004)

  • Widening the net: spatio-temporal variability in the krill population structure across the Scotia Sea K. Reid, M.J. Jessopp, M.S. Barrett, S. Kawaguchi, V. Siegel,M.E. Goebel.  Deep Sea Research II 51 (2004)

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