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    CPUEs and body length of Antarctic krill during 1994/95 season in the fishing grounds around the South Shetland Islands

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    Document Number:
    WG-EMM-96/47
    Author(s):
    Naganobu, M., Ichii, T., Kawaguchi, S.
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    Abstract

    This paper summarizes Japanese krill catch data during austral summer in 1994/95 season. Main fishing grounds were persistently formed in the north of Livingston Island throughout the season (except April), and around Elephant Island during April to May. CPUEs in the fishing to the north of Livingston Island were relatively stable through out the season, however, it was highly variable around Elephant Island Krill with a modal length of 48-50mm were dominant in catches, extreamly larger than the previous season.

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