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    WG-EMM-05

    Full Name
    Grupo de Trabajo de Seguimiento y Ordenación del Ecosistema
    Lugar:
    Yokohama, Japón
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      Documentos

      Número de documento Nombre Punto(s) de la agenda
      WG-EMM-05/1
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      Provisional Agenda and Provisional Annotated Agenda for the 2005 Meeting of the Working Group on Ecosystem Monitoring and Management (WG-EMM)
      WG-EMM-05/10
      Mostrar menos información
      Proposal to standardise the submission of meeting documents to working groups
      Secretariat
      WG-EMM-05/11
      Mostrar menos información
      The BROKE-West acoustic krill biomass survey of CCAMLR Division 58.4.2
      S. Nicol, S. Kawaguchi, T. Jarvis and T. Pauly (Australia)
      WG-EMM-05/12
      Mostrar menos información
      Descriptive analysis of haul data from FV Atlantic Navigator in Elephant Islands (48.1), South Georgia Islands (48.3) and South Orkney Islands (48.3) krill fishery (summer 2004 to early winter 2005)
      O. Pin, H. Nión, E. Delfino and P. Meneses (Uruguay)
      WG-EMM-05/13
      Appendix 3

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      Summary of work done to augment and enhance that presented
      in WG-EMM-05/13

      G.M. Watters, J.T. Hinke (USA), K. Reid and S. Hill (United Kingdom)
      WG-EMM-05/13
      Mostrar menos información
      A krill–predator–fishery model for evaluating candidate management procedures
      G.M. Watters, J.T. Hinke (USA), K. Reid and S. Hill (United Kingdom)
      WG-EMM-05/14
      Mostrar menos información
      Modelling the impact of krill fishing on seal and penguin colonies
      É.E. Plagányi and D.S. Butterworth (South Africa)
      WG-EMM-05/15
      Mostrar menos información
      Some additional data challenge the concept of the distribution
      of the gravid krill females related to bottom depths

      V.A. Sushin, F.F. Litvinov, A.S. Sundakov and G. Andrianov (Russia)
      WG-EMM-05/16
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      Preliminary report of the Japanese RV Kaiyo Maru survey in
      the Ross Sea and adjacent waters, Antarctica, in 2004/05

      M. Naganobu, K. Taki and T. Hayashi (Japan)
      WG-EMM-05/17
      Mostrar menos información
      Time series of Drake Passage Oscillation Index (DPOI) from 1952 to 2005, Antarctica
      M. Naganobu and K. Kutsuwada (Japan)
      WG-EMM-05/18
      Mostrar menos información
      Developing a carbon-budget trophic model of the Ross Sea, Antarctica: work in progress
      M. Pinkerton, S. Hanchet, J. Bradford-Grieve and P. Wilson (New Zealand)
      WG-EMM-05/19
      Mostrar menos información
      By-catch of fishes caught by the fishery vessel Niitaka Maru
      in the South Georgia area (August to September 2004)

      T. Iwami, T. Hayashi, K. Taki and M. Naganobu (Japan)
      WG-EMM-05/2
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      List of Participants
      WG-EMM-05/20
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      Quantifying within- and between-season variability in Adélie penguin fledgling weights: statistical and practical implications for detecting change
      L. Emmerson, C. Southwell and J. Clarke (Australia)
      WG-EMM-05/21
      Mostrar menos información
      Do Adélie penguin fledgling weights provide an index of prey availability?
      L. Emmerson, C. Southwell and J. Clarke (Australia)
      WG-EMM-05/22
      Mostrar menos información
      Detection of systematic change in Adélie penguin foraging trip duration: consequences of high inter-annual variability and usefulness of ice cover as a covariate
      J. Clarke, C. Southwell and L.M. Emmerson (Australia)
      WG-EMM-05/23
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      Estimating the abundance of pack-ice seals off east Antarctica
      C. Southwell (Australia), D. Borchers, C. Paxton (United Kingdom), B. de la Mare (Canada), P. Boveng (USA), A.S. Blix and E.S. Nordoy (Norway)
      WG-EMM-05/24
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      Developments, considerations and recommendations by the
      land-based predator survey group: a summary and up-date

      C. Southwell (Australia), P. Trathan (United Kingdom), W. Trivelpiece, M. Goebel (USA) and P. Wilson (New Zealand)
      WG-EMM-05/25
      Mostrar menos información
      A GIS tool to assist in the planning and design of sample surveys of the abundance of colonial breeding species
      C. Southwell, R. Dreissen, S. Candy, G. McPherson and J. Clarke (Australia)
      WG-EMM-05/26
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      Using carapace measurements to determine the sex of Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba)
      J.D. Lipsky, M.E. Goebel, C.S. Reiss and V. Loeb (USA)
      WG-EMM-05/27
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      Modelling growth of Antarctic krill: a new approach to describing the growth trajectory
      S. Candy and S. Kawaguchi (Australia)
      WG-EMM-05/28
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      Fishing ground selection in krill fishery: trends in its patterns across years, seasons, and nations
      S. Kawaguchi (Australia), K. Taki and M. Naganobu (Japan)
      WG-EMM-05/29
      Mostrar menos información
      Modelling growth of Antarctic krill: growth trends with sex, length, season, and region
      S. Kawaguchi, S. Candy, R. King (Australia), M. Naganobu (Japan) and S. Nicol (Australia)
      WG-EMM-05/3
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      List of Documents
      WG-EMM-05/30
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      A conceptual model of Japanese krill fishery
      S. Kawaguchi, S. Nicol (Australia), K. Taki and M. Naganobu (Japan)
      WG-EMM-05/31
      Mostrar menos información
      CCAMLR observer manual questionnaires: summary results
      of preliminary analysis during its introductory period

      S. Kawaguchi and S. Nicol (Australia)
      WG-EMM-05/32
      Mostrar menos información
      On the use of scientific observers on board krill fishing vessels
      Delegation of Ukraine
      WG-EMM-05/33
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      Implementing plausible ecosystem models for the Southern Ocean: an ecosystem, productivity, ocean, climate (EPOC) model
      A.J. Constable
      WG-EMM-05/34
      Mostrar menos información
      Modelling the predator–prey interactions of krill, baleen whales and seals in the Antarctic ecosystem
      M. Mori and D.S. Butterworth (South Africa)
      WG-EMM-05/35
      Mostrar menos información
      A proposal for streamlining the work of the Scientific Committee for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources
      A.J. Constable (Australia)
      WG-EMM-05/36
      Mostrar menos información
      Preliminary report of sound-speed contrast and density of krill measured on board RV Kaiyo Maru
      Y. Takao, H. Yasuma, R. Matsukura and M. Naganobu (Japan)
      WG-EMM-05/37
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      Mortality of macaroni penguins (Eudyptes chrysolophus) at Marion Island caused by avian cholera (Pasteurella multocida)
      in 2004/05

      R.J.M. Crawford, B.M Dyer, M.S. De Villiers, G.J.G. Hofmeyr and D. Tshingana (South Africa)
      WG-EMM-05/38
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      Breeding numbers and success of Eudyptes penguins at Marion Island, and the influence of arrival of adults
      R.J.M. Crawford, J. Cooper, B.M. Dyer and L.G. Underhill (South Africa)
      WG-EMM-05/39
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      Information on the CEP’S Antarctic site inventory
      Secretariat
      WG-EMM-05/4
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      CEMP Indices: 2005 update
      Secretariat
      WG-EMM-05/41
      Mostrar menos información
      Some characteristics of krill transport in the Scotia Sea based
      on the Russian survey data

      S.M. Kasatkina, V.N. Shnar and O.V. Berezhinsky (Russia)
      WG-EMM-05/42
      Mostrar menos información
      A quantified Bayesian maximum entropy estimate of Antarctic krill abundance across the Scotia Sea and in small-scale management units from the 2000 CCAMLR survey
      B.G. Heywood, S.F. Gull and A.S. Brierley (United Kingdom)
      WG-EMM-05/43
      Mostrar menos información
      Report of the Workshop on Management Procedures
      (Yokohama, Japan, 4 to 8 July 2005)

      WG-EMM-05/5
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      Krill fishery report: 2005 update
      Secretariat
      WG-EMM-05/6
      Mostrar menos información
      Summary of notifications of krill fisheries in 2005/06
      Secretariat
      WG-EMM-05/7
      Mostrar menos información
      Management Plan for Antarctic Specially Protected Area (ASPA) No. XYX, Edmonson Point, Wood Bay, Victoria Land, Ross Sea
      Delegation of Italy
      WG-EMM-05/8
      Mostrar menos información
      Review of the Admiralty Bay Antarctic Specially Managed Area Management Plan (ASMA No. 1)
      Delegations of Brazil and Poland
      WG-EMM-05/9
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      Seabird research at Cape Shirreff, Livingston Island, Antarctica, 2004/05
      A.K. Miller, E. Leung and W.Z. Trivelpiece (USA)

      Agenda

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      WG-EMM-05/1 Provisional Agenda and Provisional Annotated Agenda for the 2005 Meeting of the Working Group on Ecosystem Monitoring and Management (WG-EMM)
      WG-EMM-05/10 Proposal to standardise the submission of meeting documents to working groups
      Secretariat
      WG-EMM-05/11 The BROKE-West acoustic krill biomass survey of CCAMLR Division 58.4.2
      S. Nicol, S. Kawaguchi, T. Jarvis and T. Pauly (Australia)
      WG-EMM-05/12 Descriptive analysis of haul data from FV Atlantic Navigator in Elephant Islands (48.1), South Georgia Islands (48.3) and South Orkney Islands (48.3) krill fishery (summer 2004 to early winter 2005)
      O. Pin, H. Nión, E. Delfino and P. Meneses (Uruguay)
      WG-EMM-05/13
      Appendix 3
      Summary of work done to augment and enhance that presented
      in WG-EMM-05/13

      G.M. Watters, J.T. Hinke (USA), K. Reid and S. Hill (United Kingdom)
      WG-EMM-05/13 A krill–predator–fishery model for evaluating candidate management procedures
      G.M. Watters, J.T. Hinke (USA), K. Reid and S. Hill (United Kingdom)
      WG-EMM-05/14 Modelling the impact of krill fishing on seal and penguin colonies
      É.E. Plagányi and D.S. Butterworth (South Africa)
      WG-EMM-05/15 Some additional data challenge the concept of the distribution
      of the gravid krill females related to bottom depths

      V.A. Sushin, F.F. Litvinov, A.S. Sundakov and G. Andrianov (Russia)
      WG-EMM-05/16 Preliminary report of the Japanese RV Kaiyo Maru survey in
      the Ross Sea and adjacent waters, Antarctica, in 2004/05

      M. Naganobu, K. Taki and T. Hayashi (Japan)
      WG-EMM-05/17 Time series of Drake Passage Oscillation Index (DPOI) from 1952 to 2005, Antarctica
      M. Naganobu and K. Kutsuwada (Japan)
      WG-EMM-05/18 Developing a carbon-budget trophic model of the Ross Sea, Antarctica: work in progress
      M. Pinkerton, S. Hanchet, J. Bradford-Grieve and P. Wilson (New Zealand)
      WG-EMM-05/19 By-catch of fishes caught by the fishery vessel Niitaka Maru
      in the South Georgia area (August to September 2004)

      T. Iwami, T. Hayashi, K. Taki and M. Naganobu (Japan)
      WG-EMM-05/2 List of Participants
      WG-EMM-05/20 Quantifying within- and between-season variability in Adélie penguin fledgling weights: statistical and practical implications for detecting change
      L. Emmerson, C. Southwell and J. Clarke (Australia)
      WG-EMM-05/21 Do Adélie penguin fledgling weights provide an index of prey availability?
      L. Emmerson, C. Southwell and J. Clarke (Australia)
      WG-EMM-05/22 Detection of systematic change in Adélie penguin foraging trip duration: consequences of high inter-annual variability and usefulness of ice cover as a covariate
      J. Clarke, C. Southwell and L.M. Emmerson (Australia)
      WG-EMM-05/23 Estimating the abundance of pack-ice seals off east Antarctica
      C. Southwell (Australia), D. Borchers, C. Paxton (United Kingdom), B. de la Mare (Canada), P. Boveng (USA), A.S. Blix and E.S. Nordoy (Norway)
      WG-EMM-05/24 Developments, considerations and recommendations by the
      land-based predator survey group: a summary and up-date

      C. Southwell (Australia), P. Trathan (United Kingdom), W. Trivelpiece, M. Goebel (USA) and P. Wilson (New Zealand)
      WG-EMM-05/25 A GIS tool to assist in the planning and design of sample surveys of the abundance of colonial breeding species
      C. Southwell, R. Dreissen, S. Candy, G. McPherson and J. Clarke (Australia)
      WG-EMM-05/26 Using carapace measurements to determine the sex of Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba)
      J.D. Lipsky, M.E. Goebel, C.S. Reiss and V. Loeb (USA)
      WG-EMM-05/27 Modelling growth of Antarctic krill: a new approach to describing the growth trajectory
      S. Candy and S. Kawaguchi (Australia)
      WG-EMM-05/28 Fishing ground selection in krill fishery: trends in its patterns across years, seasons, and nations
      S. Kawaguchi (Australia), K. Taki and M. Naganobu (Japan)
      WG-EMM-05/29 Modelling growth of Antarctic krill: growth trends with sex, length, season, and region
      S. Kawaguchi, S. Candy, R. King (Australia), M. Naganobu (Japan) and S. Nicol (Australia)
      WG-EMM-05/3 List of Documents
      WG-EMM-05/30 A conceptual model of Japanese krill fishery
      S. Kawaguchi, S. Nicol (Australia), K. Taki and M. Naganobu (Japan)
      WG-EMM-05/31 CCAMLR observer manual questionnaires: summary results
      of preliminary analysis during its introductory period

      S. Kawaguchi and S. Nicol (Australia)
      WG-EMM-05/32 On the use of scientific observers on board krill fishing vessels
      Delegation of Ukraine
      WG-EMM-05/33 Implementing plausible ecosystem models for the Southern Ocean: an ecosystem, productivity, ocean, climate (EPOC) model
      A.J. Constable
      WG-EMM-05/34 Modelling the predator–prey interactions of krill, baleen whales and seals in the Antarctic ecosystem
      M. Mori and D.S. Butterworth (South Africa)
      WG-EMM-05/35 A proposal for streamlining the work of the Scientific Committee for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources
      A.J. Constable (Australia)
      WG-EMM-05/36 Preliminary report of sound-speed contrast and density of krill measured on board RV Kaiyo Maru
      Y. Takao, H. Yasuma, R. Matsukura and M. Naganobu (Japan)
      WG-EMM-05/37 Mortality of macaroni penguins (Eudyptes chrysolophus) at Marion Island caused by avian cholera (Pasteurella multocida)
      in 2004/05

      R.J.M. Crawford, B.M Dyer, M.S. De Villiers, G.J.G. Hofmeyr and D. Tshingana (South Africa)
      WG-EMM-05/38 Breeding numbers and success of Eudyptes penguins at Marion Island, and the influence of arrival of adults
      R.J.M. Crawford, J. Cooper, B.M. Dyer and L.G. Underhill (South Africa)
      WG-EMM-05/39 Information on the CEP’S Antarctic site inventory
      Secretariat
      WG-EMM-05/4 CEMP Indices: 2005 update
      Secretariat
      WG-EMM-05/41 Some characteristics of krill transport in the Scotia Sea based
      on the Russian survey data

      S.M. Kasatkina, V.N. Shnar and O.V. Berezhinsky (Russia)
      WG-EMM-05/42 A quantified Bayesian maximum entropy estimate of Antarctic krill abundance across the Scotia Sea and in small-scale management units from the 2000 CCAMLR survey
      B.G. Heywood, S.F. Gull and A.S. Brierley (United Kingdom)
      WG-EMM-05/43 Report of the Workshop on Management Procedures
      (Yokohama, Japan, 4 to 8 July 2005)
      WG-EMM-05/5 Krill fishery report: 2005 update
      Secretariat
      WG-EMM-05/6 Summary of notifications of krill fisheries in 2005/06
      Secretariat
      WG-EMM-05/7 Management Plan for Antarctic Specially Protected Area (ASPA) No. XYX, Edmonson Point, Wood Bay, Victoria Land, Ross Sea
      Delegation of Italy
      WG-EMM-05/8 Review of the Admiralty Bay Antarctic Specially Managed Area Management Plan (ASMA No. 1)
      Delegations of Brazil and Poland
      WG-EMM-05/9 Seabird research at Cape Shirreff, Livingston Island, Antarctica, 2004/05
      A.K. Miller, E. Leung and W.Z. Trivelpiece (USA)

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