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    Full Name
    Subgroup on Acoustic Survey and Analysis Methods
    Qingdao, People's Republic of China
    Meeting Start Date/Time:
    Meeting End Date/Time:
    Submissions Due
    Monday, 1 May 2017 - 00:00 Australia/Hobart (Working Group Paper)
    Meeting Report:
    e-sc-xxxvi-a04.pdf (1014.16 KB)


      Document Number Title Agenda Item(s)
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      An outline of the proposed dedicated krill survey for CCAMLR Division 58.4.1 during 2018/19 season by the Japanese survey vessel, Kaiyo-maru
      H. Murase, K. Abe, T. Ichii and A. Kawabata
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      Describing krill: swarms or integration intervals?
      M.J. Cox
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      Evaluation of some processing techniques applied to acoustic recordings from two krill fishing vessels
      X. Wang, G. Skaret and O.R. Godø
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      Density and biomass of Antarctic krill around South Shetland Islands using by 2-dB difference method
      S.-G. Choi, K. Lee and D. An
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      A study on calibration for commercial echosounder using bottom backscattering strength in Antarctic
      S.-G. Choi, H. Lee, K. Lee and J. Lee

      Preliminary Agenda

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      1     Opening of the meeting

      The Con-conveners will  welcome participants, outline priorities for the meeting  and provide an overview of local  facilities, including Secretariat support, Internet access and extracurricular activities.

      2     Protocols for the collection and analysis of krill acoustic data from fishing vessels, with emphasis on Simrad echosounders (EK60, ES60/70)

      SG-ASAM will review automated methods for processing acoustic data collected on krill fishing vessels according to the established CCAMLR Protocols as outlined in the SG-ASAM-16 Report (163.47 KB).

      3     Analysis of data collected from fishing vessels

      SG-ASAM will  review data collected by krill fishing vessels during 2015/16 and 2016/17 with particular emphasis on

      1. occupation of repeat transects
      2. fishing-vessel-based regional surveys
      3. data collection during fishing operations.
      4     Survey design

      Review of survey and sampling design for future surveys and for acoustic data collected during fishing operations.

      5     Other business
      6     Advice to the Scientific Committee
      7     Adoption of report and close of meeting.