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    WG-EMM-18

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    Working Group on Ecosystem Monitoring and Management
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    Cambridge, UK
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    Monday, 25 June 2018 - 00:00 Australia/Hobart (Working Group Paper)

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      Documents

      Document Number Title Agenda Item(s)
      SC-CAMLR-XXXVII/06
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      Report of the Meeting of the Subgroup on Acoustic Survey and Analysis Methods (Punta Arenas, Chile, 30 April to 4 May 2018)
      2.2
      WG-EMM-18/01 Rev. 1
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      Proposal for a New SCAR KRILL Action Group
      B. Meyer, A. Brierley, S. Kawaguchi, C. Reiss and S. Nicol
      7
      WG-EMM-18/02
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      New Zealand research voyages to the Ross Sea region in 2018 and 2019
      D. Bowden, R. O’Driscoll and M.H. Pinkerton
      4.2
      WG-EMM-18/03
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      Foraging patterns in the Antarctic Shag Phalacrocorax bransfieldensis at Harmony Point, Antarctica
      R. Casaux and M.L. Bertolin
      4.1.1
      WG-EMM-18/04
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      Diet overlap among top predators at the South Orkney Islands, Antarctica
      M.L. Bertolin and R. Casaux
      4.1.1
      WG-EMM-18/05
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      On the very high likelihood of bycatch of ice krill (Euphausia crystallorophias) in the present-day fishery for Antarctic krill (E. superba)
      A.S. Brierley and R. Proud
      2
      WG-EMM-18/06
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      Modelling Movement of Antarctic Krill (MMAK): the importance of retention, dispersal and behaviour for krill distribution – a project update
      S.E. Thorpe, E.F. Young, E.J. Murphy, O.R. Godø and A.H.H. Renner
      2.3
      WG-EMM-18/07
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      Improving mechanistic understanding between larval krill, krill recruitment, and sea ice
      B. Meyer and S. Kawaguchi
      2.3
      WG-EMM-18/08
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      Development of methods relevant to feedback management (FBM) for the krill fishery
      B.A. Krafft, A. Lowther, G. Macaulay, M. Chierici, M. Biuw, A. Renner, T.A. Klevjer, R. Øyerhamn, C.A. Cárdenas, J. Arata, A. Makhado, C. Reiss and O.A. Bergstad
      3.1
      WG-EMM-18/09
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      Integrating Climate and Ecosystem Dynamics in the Southern Ocean (ICED) programme: Preliminary report of the ICED–CCAMLR Projections Workshop, 5 to 7 April 2018
      E.J. Murphy, N.M. Johnston, S.P. Corney and K. Reid
      5.1
      WG-EMM-18/10
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      Consumption estimates for male Antarctic fur seals at the South Orkney Islands during the post mating migration
      I. Staniland and S. Hill
      4.1.1
      WG-EMM-18/11
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      Update: Rapid unsupervised automated krill density estimation from fishing vessels (RAPID-KRILL)
      S. Fielding, A. Ariza, R. Blackwell, G. Skaret and X. Wang
      3.1
      WG-EMM-18/12
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      Acoustic manual for the krill synoptic survey in 2019
      G. Macaulay, G. Skaret, T. Knutsen, O.A. Bergstad and B.A. Krafft
      3.1
      WG-EMM-18/13
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      Filling knowledge gaps east in Dronning Maud Land to inform MPA planning by CCAMLR (ECOgaps): Norwegian cruise to DML 2019
      H. Steen, A. Lowther and O.A. Bergstad
      7
      WG-EMM-18/14
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      Marine Ecosystem Assessment for the Southern Ocean – Brief Report, June 2018
      A. Constable
      5
      WG-EMM-18/15
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      “Sailbuoy for krill” – a concept for autonomous commercial and scientific monitoring of the krill fishing in Antarctica
      O.R. Godø, G. Pedersen, D. Peddie, G. Skaret, A. Lowther, F. Grebstad and A. Lohrmann
      3.1
      WG-EMM-18/16
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      Abundance and trends of Type B killer whales (Orcinus orca) around the western Antarctic Peninsula
      H. Fearnbach, J.W. Durban, D.K. Ellifrit and R.L. Pitman
      4.2
      WG-EMM-18/17
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      Revised proposal for a dedicated krill survey for CCAMLR Division 58.4.1 during 2018/19 season by the Japanese survey vessel, Kaiyo-maru
      H. Murase, K. Abe, R. Matsukura, H. Sasaki, T. Ichii and H. Morita
      3.1
      WG-EMM-18/18
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      Population identity, site-fidelity, movement ranges and preliminary estimates of abundance of southern right whales in the Antarctic Indian sector inferred from genetic markers
      L.A Pastene, M. Goto, P. Acuña, M. Taguchi, T. Hakamada and K. Matsuoka
      4.2
      WG-EMM-18/19
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      CCAMLR’s Vulnerable Marine Ecosystems bioindicator taxa: a relevant tool for benthic ecoregionalisation
      A. Martin, E. Trouslard, M. Hautecoeur, J. Blettery, C. Moreau, T. Saucède, N. Améziane, G. Duhamel and M. Eléaume
      6
      WG-EMM-18/20
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      Benthos by-catch study and benthic cameras deployment during the Poker 4 fish biomass survey for habitat characterisation in the Kerguelen Plateau
      A. Martin, J. Blettery, N. Améziane and M. Eléaume
      6
      WG-EMM-18/21
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      Features of spatial and temporally distribution patterns of krill flux in the Scotia Sea: some comments on the development of a krill fishery management in Area 48.
      S. Kasatkina, V. Shnar and A. Malyshko
      2.3
      WG-EMM-18/22
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      Uncertainty in reported geographical distribution and weight of krill catches from Norwegian krill fishing vessels operating continuous fishing systems
      G. Skaret, T. Knutsen, F. Grebstad and O.A. Bergstad
      2.3.2
      WG-EMM-18/23
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      Protocols for trawl sampling, recording of biological data, and hydrography for the 2019 International synoptic krill survey in Area 48
      T. Knutsen, B. Krafft, A. Renner, G. Skaret, G.J. Macaulay and O.A. Bergstad
      3.1
      WG-EMM-18/24
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      Second progress report of the CEMP Special Fund overwinter penguin tracking project
      J. Hinke, G. Watters, M. Santos, M. Korczak-Abshire and G. Milinevsky
      4.1, 7.1
      WG-EMM-18/25
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      Pygoscelis penguin colonies census in the Vernadsky Antarctic station area (Statistical Subarea 48.1)
      V.M. Smagol, A.O. Dzhulay, I.V. Dykyy and G.P. Milinevsky
      4.1
      WG-EMM-18/26
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      CEMP cameras data validation experiment at the Galindez Island gentoo penguins (Pygoscelis papua) colonies
      A. Dzhulay, V. Smagol, G. Milinevsky, I. Dykyy, A. Simon, M. Telipska, E. Dykyy and L. Pshenichnov
      4.1
      WG-EMM-18/27
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      Considerations for CEMP data collection and submission in relation to using nest cameras to monitor surface-nesting colonial seabirds
      L. Emmerson and C. Southwell
      4.1
      WG-EMM-18/28
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      Update on software development for analysing nest camera images through the CEMP Special Fund
      C. Southwell, H. Achurch, J. Cusick, A. Lashko, K. Newbery, A. Sikka and L. Emmerson
      4.1
      WG-EMM-18/29
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      Adélie penguin diet: a pilot study directly comparing data from stomach flushing with faecal DNA analysis
      B. Deagle, J. McInnes, L. Emmerson, M. Dunn, S. Adlard and C. Waluda
      4.1
      WG-EMM-18/30
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      Genetic identification of fish caught as by-catch in the Antarctic krill fishery and comparison with observer records
      A. Polanowski, J. Clark, D. Maschette, D. Welsford and B. Deagle
      2.2
      WG-EMM-18/31
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      Are we there yet? Evaluating and reporting progress towards a Representative System of Marine Protected Area across the CAMLR Convention Area
      D.C. Welsford
      7
      WG-EMM-18/32
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      Next steps in development of Marine Protected Area in the Argentine Islands Archipelago water area
      A. Utevsky, E. Sinna, D. Smyrov, M. Shrestha, Y. Gamulya, G. Ukhno, R. Khodzhaeva, Y. Utevsky, V. Levenets and S. Utevsky
      7
      WG-EMM-18/33
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      Approaches to data collection and analysis for detecting and quantifying functional overlap at the scale of the individual vessell
      M. Söffker and N. Gasco
      4.2, 3.1
      WG-EMM-18/34
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      Characteristics of interannual variation in aggregation and diurnal vertical migration of Antarctic krill at South Georgia during winter
      T. Ichii, Y. Mori, P.N. Trathan, K. Mahapatra, M. Okazaki, T. Hayashi and T. Okuda
      2.3
      WG-EMM-18/35
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      Evidence of Vulnerable Marine Ecosystems documented via submarine in the Antarctic Sound and Gerlache Strait (Subarea 48.1)
      S. Lockhart and J. Hocevar
      6
      WG-EMM-18/36
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      High densities of pennatulaceans (sea pens) encountered at sites in the South Orkney Islands (Subarea 48.2): three potential Vulnerable Marine Ecosystems
      C.D. Jones
      6
      WG-EMM-18/37
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      An ecological risk assessment of current conservation measures for krill fishing in East Antarctica (CCAMLR Divisions 58.4.1 and 58.4.2)
      N. Kelly, L. Emmerson, S. Kawaguchi, C. Southwell and D. Welsford
      2
      WG-EMM-18/38
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      Application of aerial photography for ecological survey and habitat management of Adélie penguins
      J.-H. Kim, H.-C. Kim, J.-I. Kim, C.-U. Hyun, J.-W. Jung, Y.-S. Kim, H. Chung and H.C. Shin
      4.1
      WG-EMM-18/39
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      A revised Krill Trawl logbook for the 2019 season
      CCAMLR Secretariat
      2.2
      WG-EMM-18/40
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      Preliminary data on the foraging habitat use by gentoo penguin in Byers Peninsula (Livingston Island) and chinstrap penguin in Deception Island, South Shetlands
      A. Barbosa, J. Benzal, J. Belliure and J. Masello
      4.1.1
      WG-EMM-18/41
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      Spatio-temporal dynamics of the Antarctic krill fishery in Subarea 48.1 based on data collected on board F/V Fu Rong Hai
      Y. Ying, X. Wang, X. Zhao, J. Zhu, G. Fan and X. Yu
      2.3.2
      WG-EMM-18/42
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      Spatial distribution and swarm characteristics of Antarctic krill around the South Shetland Islands
      X. Yu, X. Wang and X. Zhao
      2.3
      WG-EMM-18/43
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      Preliminary results on the distribution of fin whales on the northern Antarctic Peninsula
      E. Seyboth, L. Dalla Rosa, G. Watters and E.R. Secchi
      4.2
      WG-EMM-18/44
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      CEMP data inventory/summary and updated spatial analysis of Area 48
      CCAMLR Secretariat
      4.1
      WG-EMM-18/45
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      Krill Spill: An opportunistic approach to collecting penguin diet and krill length data
      E. Grilly, M. Santos, K. Reid and A. Silvestro
      4.1
      WG-EMM-18/46
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      Proposed updates to CEMP data e-forms and a review of CEMP Standard Methods
      CCAMLR Secretariat
      4.1
      WG-EMM-18/P01
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      Estimating nest-level phenology and reproductive success of colonial seabirds using time-lapse cameras
      J.T. Hinke, A. Barbosa, L.M. Emmerson, T. Hart, M.A Juáres, M. Korczak-Abshire, G. Milinevsky, M. Santos, P.N. Trathan, G.M. Watters and C. Southwell
      4.1
      WG-EMM-18/P02
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      Impacts of rising sea temperature on krill increase risks for predators in the Scotia Sea
      E.S. Klein, S.L. Hill, J.T. Hinke, T. Phillips and G.M. Watters
      5
      WG-EMM-18/P03
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      Antarctic krill and ecosystem monitoring survey off the South Orkney Islands in 2018
      B.A. Krafft, G. Skaret, L.A. Krag and R. Pedersen
      3.1
      WG-EMM-18/P04
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      The winter pack-ice zone provides a sheltered but food-poor habitat for larval Antarctic krill
      B. Meyer, U. Freier, V. Grimm, J. Groeneveld, B.P.V. Hunt, S. Kerwath, R. King, C. Klaas, E. Pakhomov, K.M. Meiners, J. Melbourne-Thomas, E.J. Murphy, S.E. Thorpe, S. Stammerjohn, D. Wolf-Gladrow, L. Auerswald, A. Götz, L. Halbach, S. Jarman, S. Kawaguchi, T. Krumpen, G. Nehrke, R. Ricker, M. Sumner, M. Teschke, R. Trebilco and N.I. Yilmaz
      2.3
      WG-EMM-18/P05
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      Competition-induced starvation drives large-scale population cycles in Antarctic krill
      A.B. Ryabov, A.M. de Roos, B. Meyer, S. Kawaguchi and B. Blasius
      2.3
      WG-EMM-18/P06
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      Spatial and temporal distribution patterns of acoustic backscatter in the New Zealand sector of the Southern Ocean
      P.C. Escobar-Flores, R.L. O’Driscoll and J.C. Montgomery
      7
      WG-EMM-18/P07
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      Predicting distribution and relative abundance of mid-trophic level organisms using oceanographic parameters and acoustic backscatter
      P.C. Escobar-Flores, R.L. O’Driscoll and J.C. Montgomery
      7
      WG-EMM-18/P08
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      The marine system of the West Antarctic Peninsula: status and strategy for progress
      K.R. Hendry, M.P. Meredith and H.W. Ducklow
      5.2
      WG-EMM-18/P09
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      Long term movements and activity patterns of an Antarctic marine apex predator: the leopard seal
      I.J. Staniland, N. Ratcliffe, P.N. Trathan and J. Forcada
      4.1.1
      WG-EMM-18/P10
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      The vision for a Southern Ocean Observing System
      M.P. Meredith, O. Schofield, L. Newman, E. Urban and M. Sparrow
      5.2
      WG-EMM-18/P11
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      Spatio-temporal dynamics of the Antarctic krill fishery within fishing hotspots in the Bransfield Strait and South Shetland Islands
      F. Santa Cruz, B. Ernst, J.A. Arata and C. Parada
      2.3.2
      WG-EMM-18/P12
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      Habitat preferences of Adélie and chinstrap penguins during pre-moult
      V. Warwick-Evans, M. Santos and P.N. Trathan
      4.1.1
      WG-EMM-18/P13
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      Features of chronology and breeding success of Pygoscelis papua and Pygoscelis adeliae penguins in the Wilhelm Archipelago (CCAMLR Subarea 48.1)
      I.V. Dykyy, G.P. Milinevsky, O.L. Savitsky, D.G. Lutsenko, P.B. Khoetsky, M.F. Veselsky, V.M. Smagol, A.O. Dzhulay, J.V. Tsaryk, K.M. Nazaruk, A.T. Zatushevsky, A.O. Simon and M.A. Telipska
      4.1.1
      WG-EMM-18/P14
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      Coastal weather drives foraging behaviour of chinstrap penguins, Pygoscelis antarctica
      A.D. Lowther, P. Trathan, A. Tarroux, C. Lydersen and K.M. Kovacs
      4.1.1
      WG-EMM-18/P15
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      Influence of krill availability on humpback whale breeding success
      E. Seyboth, F. Félix, M.-A. Lea, L. Dalla Rosa, G. Watters, K. Reid and E. Secchi
      4.2
      WG-EMM-18/P16
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      Precision of growth band determination from eyestalk sections of Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) preserved in formalin
      G.P. Zhu, Y. Yang, Q. Song and H.T. Zhang
      2.3.1
      WG-EMM-18/P17
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      A review of the energetic density of zooplankton and nekton species of the Southern Ocean
      F.L. Schaafsma, Y. Cherel, H. Flores, J.A. van Franeker, M.A. Lea, B. Raymond and A.P. van de Putte
      5
      WG-EMM-18/P18
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      Spatio-temporal variability in the winter diet of larval and juvenile Antarctic krill, Euphausia superba, in ice-covered waters
      F.L. Schaafsma, D. Kohlbach, C. David, B.A. Lange, M. Graeve, H. Flores and J.A. van Franeker
      2.3
      WG-EMM-18/P19
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      Climate change impacts, vulnerabilities and adaptations: Southern Ocean marine fisheries
      K. Reid
      5
      WG-SAM-18/22
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      Monitoring and managing the effects of environmental change on toothfish assessments
      M. Pinkerton, A. Dunn, S. Mormede and S. Parker
      5
      WS-SM-18/04
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      Developing the risk assessment framework for the Antarctic krill fishery in Area 48
      P. Trathan, V. Warwick-Evans, E. Young, S. Thorpe, E. Murphy, N. Kelly, S. Kawaguchi and D. Welsford
      2
      WS-SM-18/05
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      An experimental approach for the Antarctic krill fishery: advancing management and conservation through the use of Krill Reference Areas and Krill Fishing Areas
      P.N Trathan and O.R. Godø
      4.2, 5
      WS-SM-18/06
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      Hierarchical monitoring plans to determine patterns of change in the Antarctic Marine Ecosystem
      P. Trathan
      5.2

      Agenda

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      1     Introduction

      In 2017, the Scientific Committee developed a 5-year work plan (SC-CAMLR-XXXVI/BG/40) and identified topics for WG-EMM in 2018 of:

      Theme: Ecosystem-based management of Southern Ocean krill resources

      Tasks: Development and staged introduction of ‘feedback management’ (FBM) of krill resources in the Convention Area.

      Topic:

      • Ecosystem impact of the krill fishery, including the use of CEMP data and fish by catch – development of data layers from the krill fishery.

      Theme: Minimise risk of change to the ecosystem by CCAMLR fisheries – Vertebrate by-catch and vulnerable marine ecosystems (VMEs) in CCAMLR fisheries

      Tasks: Quantification and mitigation of fishery impacts on by-catch and VME taxa consistent with Article II.

       Topics:

      • Development of fish by-catch data layers in the krill fishery as part of broader consideration of ecosystem impacts
      • Integration of VME data into broader spatial planning data analyses.

      Focus topics are prioritised by the Scientific Committee and meeting papers, along with presentations and analyses conducted during the meeting, will form the basis for discussion and advice from WG-EMM on those topics.

      1.1     Opening of the meeting
      1.2     Adoption of the agenda and appointment of rapporteurs, establishment of ad hoc subgroups if necessary
      2.1     Fishing activities (updates and data)
      2.3     Krill biology, ecology and population dynamics
      WG-EMM-18/06 Modelling Movement of Antarctic Krill (MMAK): the importance of retention, dispersal and behaviour for krill distribution – a project update
      S.E. Thorpe, E.F. Young, E.J. Murphy, O.R. Godø and A.H.H. Renner
      WG-EMM-18/07 Improving mechanistic understanding between larval krill, krill recruitment, and sea ice
      B. Meyer and S. Kawaguchi
      WG-EMM-18/21 Features of spatial and temporally distribution patterns of krill flux in the Scotia Sea: some comments on the development of a krill fishery management in Area 48.
      S. Kasatkina, V. Shnar and A. Malyshko
      WG-EMM-18/34 Characteristics of interannual variation in aggregation and diurnal vertical migration of Antarctic krill at South Georgia during winter
      T. Ichii, Y. Mori, P.N. Trathan, K. Mahapatra, M. Okazaki, T. Hayashi and T. Okuda
      WG-EMM-18/42 Spatial distribution and swarm characteristics of Antarctic krill around the South Shetland Islands
      X. Yu, X. Wang and X. Zhao
      WG-EMM-18/P04 The winter pack-ice zone provides a sheltered but food-poor habitat for larval Antarctic krill
      B. Meyer, U. Freier, V. Grimm, J. Groeneveld, B.P.V. Hunt, S. Kerwath, R. King, C. Klaas, E. Pakhomov, K.M. Meiners, J. Melbourne-Thomas, E.J. Murphy, S.E. Thorpe, S. Stammerjohn, D. Wolf-Gladrow, L. Auerswald, A. Götz, L. Halbach, S. Jarman, S. Kawaguchi, T. Krumpen, G. Nehrke, R. Ricker, M. Sumner, M. Teschke, R. Trebilco and N.I. Yilmaz
      WG-EMM-18/P05 Competition-induced starvation drives large-scale population cycles in Antarctic krill
      A.B. Ryabov, A.M. de Roos, B. Meyer, S. Kawaguchi and B. Blasius
      WG-EMM-18/P18 Spatio-temporal variability in the winter diet of larval and juvenile Antarctic krill, Euphausia superba, in ice-covered waters
      F.L. Schaafsma, D. Kohlbach, C. David, B.A. Lange, M. Graeve, H. Flores and J.A. van Franeker
      2.3.1     Krill life-history parameters
      3     Data layers from the krill fishery
      3.1     Fishing vessel surveys
      WG-EMM-18/08 Development of methods relevant to feedback management (FBM) for the krill fishery
      B.A. Krafft, A. Lowther, G. Macaulay, M. Chierici, M. Biuw, A. Renner, T.A. Klevjer, R. Øyerhamn, C.A. Cárdenas, J. Arata, A. Makhado, C. Reiss and O.A. Bergstad
      WG-EMM-18/11 Update: Rapid unsupervised automated krill density estimation from fishing vessels (RAPID-KRILL)
      S. Fielding, A. Ariza, R. Blackwell, G. Skaret and X. Wang
      WG-EMM-18/12 Acoustic manual for the krill synoptic survey in 2019
      G. Macaulay, G. Skaret, T. Knutsen, O.A. Bergstad and B.A. Krafft
      WG-EMM-18/15 “Sailbuoy for krill” – a concept for autonomous commercial and scientific monitoring of the krill fishing in Antarctica
      O.R. Godø, G. Pedersen, D. Peddie, G. Skaret, A. Lowther, F. Grebstad and A. Lohrmann
      WG-EMM-18/17 Revised proposal for a dedicated krill survey for CCAMLR Division 58.4.1 during 2018/19 season by the Japanese survey vessel, Kaiyo-maru
      H. Murase, K. Abe, R. Matsukura, H. Sasaki, T. Ichii and H. Morita
      WG-EMM-18/23 Protocols for trawl sampling, recording of biological data, and hydrography for the 2019 International synoptic krill survey in Area 48
      T. Knutsen, B. Krafft, A. Renner, G. Skaret, G.J. Macaulay and O.A. Bergstad
      WG-EMM-18/33 Approaches to data collection and analysis for detecting and quantifying functional overlap at the scale of the individual vessell
      M. Söffker and N. Gasco
      WG-EMM-18/P03 Antarctic krill and ecosystem monitoring survey off the South Orkney Islands in 2018
      B.A. Krafft, G. Skaret, L.A. Krag and R. Pedersen
      4     Ecosystem monitoring and observation
      4.1     CEMP data
      WG-EMM-18/24 Second progress report of the CEMP Special Fund overwinter penguin tracking project
      J. Hinke, G. Watters, M. Santos, M. Korczak-Abshire and G. Milinevsky
      WG-EMM-18/25 Pygoscelis penguin colonies census in the Vernadsky Antarctic station area (Statistical Subarea 48.1)
      V.M. Smagol, A.O. Dzhulay, I.V. Dykyy and G.P. Milinevsky
      WG-EMM-18/26 CEMP cameras data validation experiment at the Galindez Island gentoo penguins (Pygoscelis papua) colonies
      A. Dzhulay, V. Smagol, G. Milinevsky, I. Dykyy, A. Simon, M. Telipska, E. Dykyy and L. Pshenichnov
      WG-EMM-18/27 Considerations for CEMP data collection and submission in relation to using nest cameras to monitor surface-nesting colonial seabirds
      L. Emmerson and C. Southwell
      WG-EMM-18/28 Update on software development for analysing nest camera images through the CEMP Special Fund
      C. Southwell, H. Achurch, J. Cusick, A. Lashko, K. Newbery, A. Sikka and L. Emmerson
      WG-EMM-18/29 Adélie penguin diet: a pilot study directly comparing data from stomach flushing with faecal DNA analysis
      B. Deagle, J. McInnes, L. Emmerson, M. Dunn, S. Adlard and C. Waluda
      WG-EMM-18/38 Application of aerial photography for ecological survey and habitat management of Adélie penguins
      J.-H. Kim, H.-C. Kim, J.-I. Kim, C.-U. Hyun, J.-W. Jung, Y.-S. Kim, H. Chung and H.C. Shin
      WG-EMM-18/44 CEMP data inventory/summary and updated spatial analysis of Area 48
      CCAMLR Secretariat
      WG-EMM-18/45 Krill Spill: An opportunistic approach to collecting penguin diet and krill length data
      E. Grilly, M. Santos, K. Reid and A. Silvestro
      WG-EMM-18/46 Proposed updates to CEMP data e-forms and a review of CEMP Standard Methods
      CCAMLR Secretariat
      WG-EMM-18/P01 Estimating nest-level phenology and reproductive success of colonial seabirds using time-lapse cameras
      J.T. Hinke, A. Barbosa, L.M. Emmerson, T. Hart, M.A Juáres, M. Korczak-Abshire, G. Milinevsky, M. Santos, P.N. Trathan, G.M. Watters and C. Southwell
      7.1     CEMP Special Fund
      8     Future work

      The Working Group will review the prioritised list of topics from the Scientific Committee for consideration and advice in structuring a future work plan (SC-CAMLR-XXXVI/BG/40). The Working Group may develop an updated list for discussion by the Scientific Committee.

      9     Advice to the Scientific Committee and its working groups

      WG-EMM provides advice to each of the working groups and to the Scientific Committee on ecosystem monitoring and management. Specific advice that has been requested will be summarised in this agenda item following general discussion in other agenda items. Advice will also be given to the Scientific Committee on the priorities discussed during the meeting for the development and refinement of quantitative methods.

      10     Adoption of the report and close of the meeting

      As is usual practice in meetings of the Scientific Committee and its working groups, rapporteurs will draft sections of the report according to general guidelines for its production. The Secretariat is responsible for formatting, editing and circulation of the report. Any proposed changes to the report prior to report adoption need to be arranged through the rapporteurs or the Convener using the web-based document management system. Adoption of the report will be conducted interactively.

      Discussion will conclude by mid-day Thursday, allowing Thursday afternoon and evening for report preparation and reading. Report adoption will be on Friday morning.

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