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Krill. Biology, Ecology and Fisheries. Fish and Aquatic Resources

  • ID: 2176439
  • Book
  • November 2000
  • Region: Global
  • 384 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Krill, or euphausiids, are a group of immense importance to marine ecosystems and comprise over 80 species, most of which are planktonic.
Krill are widespread, with species to be found in all the oceans of the world. their numerical density in some regions increases their importance to marine ecosystems and has led to commercially successful krill harvesting.

This comprehensive volume thoroughly edited by Inigo Everson, who is well know for his work in this area, comprises chapter written by internationally acknowledged experts. The contents include coverage of: sampling and distribution, population, aggregation, reproduction and the role of krill in the ecosystem. Further specific chapters include krill harvesting, products and details of management in Japanese, Canadian and Southern Ocean Waters. Drawing on the experience in each, the ecosystem approach to management is discussed in detail and how tit might be applied more widely, for example, in forage fisheries.

This most important volume draws together, for the first time, a vast amount of vital information for all those involved in work on these important marine organisms. Krill will be of great use to fisheries scientists,marine biologists and ecologists, oceanographers, zoologists and invertebrate biologists and all those involved in the commercial harvesting, exploitation and management of krill, world–wide. Libraries in all aquatic and marine research stations and university where marine and fisheries sciences are studied and taught should have multiple copies of this landmark publication on their shelves.

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Series Foreword.


List of Contributors.

Chapter 1. Introducing Krill. (Inigo Everson).

Chapter 2. Sampling Krill.

Chapter 3. Distribution and Standing Stock.

Chapter 4. Aggregation and Vertical Migration. (Jon Watkins).

Chapter 5. Population Parameters. (Volker Siegel and Stephen Nicol).

Chapter 6. Reproduction in Euphausiacea) . (Robin Ross and Langdon Quetin).

Chapter 7. Role of Krill in Marine Food Webs.

Chapter 8. Ecosystem Dynamics Involving Krill. (Inigo Everson).

Chapter 9. Krill Harvesting. (Taro Ichii).

Chapter 10. Products Derived from Krill. (Stephen Nicol, Ian Forster and John Spence).

Chapter 11. Management of Krill Fisheries in Japanese Waters. (Yoshi Endo).

Chapter 12. Management of Krill Fisheries in the Southern Ocean. (Denzill Miller and David Agnew).

Chapter 13. Management o Krill Fisheries in Canadian Waters. (Inigo Everson).

Chapter 14. Krill Fisheries and the Future. (Inigo Everson, David Agnew and Denzil Miller ).



Taxonomic Index.

List o Abbreviations.

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Inigo Everson
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