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Who eats the larger Gonatus fabricii (Lichtenstein) in the Norwegian Sea?
(ICES CM documents1998/M:10, Working paper, 1998)
The language of fishery management advice offered by ICES
(ICES CM documents2003/Y:04, Working paper, 2003)
Since the establishment of the Exclusive Economic Zones in the mid 1970s, several exploited fish stocks in the Northeast Atlantic have been managed by total allowable catch (TAC). The advice on annual levels of TAC, as ...
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Growth patterns in otoliths as an indication of daily growth variations of larval herring (Clupea harengus) from an experimental ecosystem
(ICES CM Documents;1981/H:31, Working paper, 1981)
Larval herring were released in a large outdoor basin four days after hatching and the mean growth in length and weight of the herring larvae and fry was monitored for 100 days. The food supply was estimated from weekly ...
BarEcoRe: Barents Sea Ecosystem resilience under global environmental change
(Rapport fra Havforskningen;Nr. 16-2013, Working paper, 2013)
Growth of Barents Sea capelin (Mallotus villosus) in relation to zooplankton abundance
(Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2002)
Because capelin feed on zooplankton, the availability of the latter may be a limiting factor for capelin growth in at least some areas and at certain times. It was therefore hypothesized that a relationship exists between ...
Ecosystem approach to Barents Sea Ecology : spatial and trophic relationships
(Conference object, 2007-01-22)
Cod, haddock, saithe, herring, and capelin in the Barents Sea and adjacent waters: a review of the biological value of the area
(Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2009-10-09)
Cod, haddock, saithe, herring, and capelin are the most important fish species in the Barents Sea and adjacent waters. Ecosystem-based management requires species-specific knowledge of the biological value and vulnerability ...