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    WG-EMM-13

    Full Name
    Grupo de Trabajo de Seguimiento y Ordenación del Ecosistema
    Lugar:
    Bremerhaven, Alemania
    Fecha y hora del inicio de la reunión:
    Fecha y hora del fin de la reunión:
    Plazo de presentación
    lunes, 17 junio, 2013 - 00:00 Australia/Hobart (Documento de grupo de trabajo)
    Informe de la reunión:
    s-sc-xxxii-a05.pdf (403.92 KB)

      Documentos

      Número de documento Nombre Punto(s) de la agenda
      CCAMLR-XXXII/05 Rev. 1
      Mostrar menos información
      Notificación presentada por Chile de su intención de participar en las pesquerías de kril en 2013/14
      Submitted by the Secretariat on behalf of Chile
      2.1.1
      CCAMLR-XXXII/06 Rev. 1
      Mostrar menos información
      Notificación presentada por la República Popular China de su intención de participar en las pesquerías de kril en 2013/14
      Submitted by the Secretariat on behalf of the People’s Republic of China
      2.1.1
      CCAMLR-XXXII/07 Rev. 1
      Mostrar menos información
      Notificación presentada por la República de Corea de su intención de participar en las pesquerías de kril en 2013/14
      Submitted by the Secretariat on behalf of the Republic of Korea
      2.1.1
      CCAMLR-XXXII/08 Rev. 1
      Mostrar menos información
      Notificación presentada por Noruega de su intención de participar en las pesquerías de kril en 2013/14
      Submitted by the Secretariat on behalf of Norway
      2.1.1
      CCAMLR-XXXII/09 Rev. 1
      Mostrar menos información
      Notificación presentada por Polonia de su intención de participar en las pesquerías de kril en 2013/14
      Submitted by the Secretariat on behalf of Poland
      2.1.1
      CCAMLR-XXXII/10 Rev. 1
      Mostrar menos información
      Notificación de Ucrania de su intención de participar en una pesquería de kril en 2013/14
      Submitted by the Secretariat on behalf of Ukraine
      2.1.1
      WG-EMM-13/01
      Mostrar menos información
      List of documents
      1
      WG-EMM-13/01
      Mostrar menos información
      Provisional Agenda
      1.2
      WG-EMM-13/04
      Mostrar menos información
      Some thoughts on our work towards establishing feedback management scheme for krill fishery
      S. Kawaguchi (Convener, WG-EMM)
      2.2.1
      WG-EMM-13/05
      Mostrar menos información
      Draft revised Management Plan for ASMA No. 1: Admiralty Bay, King George Island, South Shetland Islands
      J. Leal Madruga (Submitted by Brazil on behalf of the ASMA No. 1 Management Group – Brazil, Ecuador, Peru and Poland)
      3.3
      WG-EMM-13/06
      Mostrar menos información
      CEMP indices: 2013 update
      Secretariat
      2.2.2
      WG-EMM-13/07
      Mostrar menos información
      Fish identification guide for Observers in CCAMLR krill fisheries
      Secretariat
      2.1.2
      WG-EMM-13/08
      Mostrar menos información
      Winter and summer foraging location of Adélie penguins from Mawson, Davis and Casey
      L. Emmerson, N. Kokubun and C. Southwell (Australia)
      2.2.2
      WG-EMM-13/09
      Mostrar menos información
      Adélie penguin breeder abundance in CCAMLR Divisions 58.4.1 and 58.4.2
      C. Southwell, J. McKinlay, L. Emmerson (Australia), A. Takahashi (Japan), C. Barbraud, K. DeLord and H. Weimerskirch (France)
      2.2.2
      WG-EMM-13/10
      Mostrar menos información
      Draft MPA Report for the South Orkney Islands, Subarea 48.2; Part of CCAMLR MPA Planning Domain 1, Western Peninsula – South Scotia Arc
      P. Trathan and S. Grant (United Kingdom)
      3.1
      WG-EMM-13/11
      Mostrar menos información
      New contributions to penguin monitoring to help underpin the development of feedback management approaches for the Antarctic krill fishery
      N. Ratcliffe, A. Fox, P. Fretwell, T. Hart and P. Trathan (United Kingdom)
      2.2.1
      WG-EMM-13/12
      Mostrar menos información
      Developing research on Antarctic krill to facilitate the development and updating of feedback management procedures
      E.J. Murphy, R.D. Cavanagh (United Kingdom), A. Constable (Australia), E.H. Hofmann (USA), S.L. Hill, N.M. Johnston, P.N. Trathan and J.L. Watkins (United Kingdom)
      2.1.3, 2.2.1, 5
      WG-EMM-13/13
      Mostrar menos información
      ICED workshop and conference session on Southern Ocean foodwebs and scenarios of change
      R.D. Cavanagh on behalf of the international ICED Scientific Steering Committee
      5
      WG-EMM-13/14
      Mostrar menos información
      Inter-annual variability in krill density at South Georgia: 1997–2012
      S. Fielding, J.L Watkins, P. Trathan, P. Enderlein, C. Waluda, C. Goss, G. Stowasser, G. Tarling and E. Murphy (United Kingdom)
      2.1.3
      WG-EMM-13/15
      Mostrar menos información
      Commercial fishing vessel as research vessels in the Antarctic – requirements and solutions exemplified with a new vessel
      O.R. Godø (Norway), C. Reiss (USA), V. Siegel (Germany) and J.L. Watkins (United Kingdom)
      2.2.4
      WG-EMM-13/16
      Mostrar menos información
      Report of the first SCAR-CCAMLR Joint Action Group meeting
      CCAMLR Secretariat and SCAR Executive Office
      5
      WG-EMM-13/17 Rev. 1
      Mostrar menos información
      Southern Ocean Network of Acoustics (SONA)
      S. Fielding (United Kingdom), E. Josse (France), R. Kloser (Australia), R. O’Driscoll (New Zealand), C. Reiss (USA) and G. Skaret (Norway)
      5
      WG-EMM-13/18
      Mostrar menos información
      Developing a penguin tracking database to help determine their most important foraging areas
      M. Hindell (SCAR), B. Lascelles (BirdLife) and P. Trathan (United Kingdom)
      2.2.2
      WG-EMM-13/19
      Mostrar menos información
      Historical data synthesis in the Southern Ocean: Priority data sets
      N.M. Johnston, E.J. Murphy, J.R.D. Silk, C.M. Waluda, S.L. Hill and R.D. Cavanagh (United Kingdom) on behalf of the ICED Scientific Steering Committee
      5
      WG-EMM-13/20
      Mostrar menos información
      Potential climate change effects on the habitat of Antarctic krill
      S.L. Hill, T. Phillips and A. Atkinson (United Kingdom)
      2.1.3, 2.2.1
      WG-EMM-13/21
      Mostrar menos información
      Recent British Antarctic Survey publications relevant to the agenda of WG-EMM 2013
      Delegation of the United Kingdom
      2.2.1
      WG-EMM-13/22
      Mostrar menos información
      Proposal for the establishment of a marine CCAMLR MPA in the Weddell Sea (Antarctica) – First conceptual outline
      K. Teschke, B. Dorschel, J. Gutt, S. Hain, H. Hellmer, K. Jerosch, R. Knust, K.-H. Kock, M. Schlüter, V. Siegel and T. Brey (Germany)
      3.1
      WG-EMM-13/23
      Mostrar menos información
      A sensitivity analysis of a simple krill individual-based model designed to investigate length-based recruitment indices
      S. Thanassekos and K. Reid (Secretariat)
      2.1.2
      WG-EMM-13/24
      Mostrar menos información
      Antarctic krill populations in the outflow region of the north-western Weddell Sea
      V. Siegel (European Union)
      2.1.3
      WG-EMM-13/25
      Mostrar menos información
      Dynamic of the krill fishery in the Area 48 and its relation to climate variability and changes in fishing technology
      P.S. Gasyukov and S.М Kаsatkina (Russia)
      2.1.1, 2.2.1
      WG-EMM-13/26
      Mostrar menos información
      Bayesian data-model synthesis for biological conservation and management in Antarctica
      H.J. Lynch and M. Schwaller (USA)
      2.2.2
      WG-EMM-13/27
      Mostrar menos información
      Evaluation of populations of chinstrap and gentoo penguins at Cierva Cove (ASPA N° 132). Is this site an appropriate control area for non-fishing effects?
      M.M. Santos, N.R. Coria, E. Barrera-Oro (Argentina) and J.T. Hinke (USA)
      2.2.1, 2.2.2
      WG-EMM-13/28
      Mostrar menos información
      A critical re-examination of the evidence for a possible dependence of Weddell seals (Leptonychotes weddellii) on Antarctic toothfish (Dissostichus mawsoni) in the Ross Sea, Antarctica
      R. Eisert, M.H. Pinkerton (New Zealand), S.D. Newsome and O.T. Oftedal (USA)
      2.1.4
      WG-EMM-13/29
      Mostrar menos información
      To what extent do type C killer whales (Orcinus orca) feed on Antarctic toothfish (Dissostichus mawsoni) in the Ross Sea, Antarctica?
      L. Torres, M.H. Pinkerton (New Zealand), R. Pitman, J. Durban (USA) and R. Eisert (New Zealand)
      2.1.4
      WG-EMM-13/30
      Mostrar menos información
      Abundance and trends in the breeding population of Adélie penguins (Pygoscelis adeliae) in the western Ross Sea
      P. O’B. Lyver, M. Barron, K.J. Barton, S. Gordon (New Zealand), D. Ainley, A. Pollard (USA), P.R. Wilson and M.H. Pinkerton (New Zealand)
      2.1.4
      WG-EMM-13/31
      Mostrar menos información
      Competition-mediated prey availability drives Adélie penguin (Pygocelis adeliae) chick size, mass and condition at colonies of differing size in the southern Ross Sea
      A.L. Whitehead (Australia), P. O’B. Lyver (New Zealand), G. Ballard (USA), K. Barton, B.J. Karl (New Zealand), D.G. Ainley, K. Dugger, S. Jennings (USA), A. Lescroël (France) and P.R. Wilson (New Zealand)
      2.1.4
      WG-EMM-13/32
      Mostrar menos información
      The dynamic of krill fishery and the environment in the Antarctic Peninsula Subarea (48.1)
      S.M. Kasatkina, V.N. Shnar and S.N. Burikin (Russia)
      2.1.1, 2.2.1
      WG-EMM-13/33
      Mostrar menos información
      Information for the management plan for CEMP sites within the Argentine Islands
      Delegation of Ukraine
      2.2.2
      WG-EMM-13/34
      Mostrar menos información
      A method to evaluate selection of Antarctic krill in towed fishing gears
      L.A. Krag, B. Herrmann (Denmark), S. Iversen, A. Engås, S. Nordrum and B.A. Krafft (Norway)
      2.1.3
      WG-EMM-13/35
      Mostrar menos información
      Observations of penguins in the waters off South Orkney Islands, 2011–2013
      B.A. Krafft, G. Skaret (Norway) and P. Trathan (United Kingdom)
      2.2.4
      WG-EMM-13/36
      Mostrar menos información
      Assessing status and change in Southern Ocean ecosystems
      A. Constable (Australia), D. Costa (USA), E. Murphy (United Kingdom), E. Hofmann, O. Schofield (USA), A. Press (Australia), N. Johnston (United Kingdom) and L. Newman (Australia)
      2, 2.2.1, 5
      WG-EMM-13/37 Rev. 1
      Mostrar menos información
      Krill fishery report: 2013 update
      Secretariat
      2.1
      WG-EMM-13/38
      Mostrar menos información
      A summary of scientific observer deployments and data collection in the krill fishery during the 2011, 2012 and 2013 seasons
      CCAMLR Secretariat
      2.1.2
      WG-EMM-13/39
      Mostrar menos información
      Temperature-dependent growth of Thysanoessa macrura: inter-annual and spatial variability
      R.M. Driscoll, C.S. Reiss and B.T. Hentschel (USA)
      2.1.3
      WG-EMM-13/40
      Mostrar menos información
      Abundance, distribution, energy density and trophic position of euphausiids during winter 2012: preliminary results from the first US AMLR Winter Survey
      C. Reiss and C. Jones (USA)
      2.1.3
      WG-EMM-13/41
      Mostrar menos información
      Uncertainty in green weight estimates from Norwegian krill fishing vessels
      G. Skaret and T. Knutsen (Norway)
      2.1.2
      WG-EMM-13/42 Rev. 1
      Mostrar menos información
      Preliminary assessment of the green weight for a flow meter method
      J.A. Arata and C. Arias (Chile)
      2.1.1
      WG-EMM-13/43
      Mostrar menos información
      Abundance estimation of Adélie penguins colony at Esperanza/Hope Bay
      M.M. Santos, N.R. Coria, E. Barrera-Oro (Argentina) and J.T. Hinke (USA)
      2.2.2
      WG-EMM-13/44
      Mostrar menos información
      Proposal for GEF (Global Environment Facility) funding to support capacity building and training to the GEF-eligible countries with Antarctic interests
      Delegation of South Africa
      6
      WG-EMM-13/P01
      Mostrar menos información
      Among-year variation in growth of Antarctic krill Euphausia superba based on length-frequency data
      A.O. Shelton, D. Kinzey, C. Reiss, S. Munch, G. Watters and M. Mangel (USA)
      2.1.3
      WG-SAM-13/17
      Mostrar menos información
      CCAMLR Papers: accessibility, availability and publication – options for the future
      Secretariat
      5

      Agenda

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      1     Introduction
      1.1     Opening of the meeting

      Welcome to participants, overview of facilities, Secretariat’s offices, computer support and Internet access, scheduled breaks, and extracurricular activities.

      1.2     Adoption of the agenda and appointment of rapporteurs

      Amendments to and adoption of the meeting agenda, assignment of working papers to agenda items, appointment of rapporteurs and procedures for producing the report, and review needs for discussions by subgroups and establish such groups as necessary.

      1.3     Review of requirements for advice and interactions with other working groups

      Convener's synopsis of issues that have direct relevance to WG-EMM and which were raised by the Scientific Committee and Commission in 2012 as well as issues that were raised by the other working groups since the last meeting of WG-EMM.

      2     The krill-centric ecosystem and issues related to management of the krill fishery
      2.1     Issues for the present
      2.1.1     Fishing activities

      Review and evaluate reports on past fishing activities, including information on the composition of the catch, analyses of catch and effort data, descriptions of the fishery, green weight issue, information on the behaviour of fishing vessels and economics of the fishery. Review and evaluate krill fishery notifications (CM 21-03).

      CCAMLR-XXXII/05 Rev. 1 Notificación presentada por Chile de su intención de participar en las pesquerías de kril en 2013/14
      Submitted by the Secretariat on behalf of Chile
      CCAMLR-XXXII/06 Rev. 1 Notificación presentada por la República Popular China de su intención de participar en las pesquerías de kril en 2013/14
      Submitted by the Secretariat on behalf of the People’s Republic of China
      CCAMLR-XXXII/07 Rev. 1 Notificación presentada por la República de Corea de su intención de participar en las pesquerías de kril en 2013/14
      Submitted by the Secretariat on behalf of the Republic of Korea
      CCAMLR-XXXII/08 Rev. 1 Notificación presentada por Noruega de su intención de participar en las pesquerías de kril en 2013/14
      Submitted by the Secretariat on behalf of Norway
      CCAMLR-XXXII/09 Rev. 1 Notificación presentada por Polonia de su intención de participar en las pesquerías de kril en 2013/14
      Submitted by the Secretariat on behalf of Poland
      CCAMLR-XXXII/10 Rev. 1 Notificación de Ucrania de su intención de participar en una pesquería de kril en 2013/14
      Submitted by the Secretariat on behalf of Ukraine
      WG-EMM-13/25 Dynamic of the krill fishery in the Area 48 and its relation to climate variability and changes in fishing technology
      P.S. Gasyukov and S.М Kаsatkina (Russia)
      WG-EMM-13/32 The dynamic of krill fishery and the environment in the Antarctic Peninsula Subarea (48.1)
      S.M. Kasatkina, V.N. Shnar and S.N. Burikin (Russia)
      WG-EMM-13/42 Rev. 1 Preliminary assessment of the green weight for a flow meter method
      J.A. Arata and C. Arias (Chile)
      2.1.2     Scientific observation
      2.1.3     Krill biology, ecology and management

      Review relevant information and submissions on krill demography, biology, ecology etc. Review the influence of recruitment variability on the calculation of precautionary yield for krill, any new information on B0. Discussions on the stock structure of krill populations, top-down and bottom-up forcing in the krill-centric ecosystem, observed trends, etc.

      WG-EMM-13/12 Developing research on Antarctic krill to facilitate the development and updating of feedback management procedures
      E.J. Murphy, R.D. Cavanagh (United Kingdom), A. Constable (Australia), E.H. Hofmann (USA), S.L. Hill, N.M. Johnston, P.N. Trathan and J.L. Watkins (United Kingdom)
      WG-EMM-13/14 Inter-annual variability in krill density at South Georgia: 1997–2012
      S. Fielding, J.L Watkins, P. Trathan, P. Enderlein, C. Waluda, C. Goss, G. Stowasser, G. Tarling and E. Murphy (United Kingdom)
      WG-EMM-13/20 Potential climate change effects on the habitat of Antarctic krill
      S.L. Hill, T. Phillips and A. Atkinson (United Kingdom)
      WG-EMM-13/24 Antarctic krill populations in the outflow region of the north-western Weddell Sea
      V. Siegel (European Union)
      WG-EMM-13/34 A method to evaluate selection of Antarctic krill in towed fishing gears
      L.A. Krag, B. Herrmann (Denmark), S. Iversen, A. Engås, S. Nordrum and B.A. Krafft (Norway)
      WG-EMM-13/39 Temperature-dependent growth of Thysanoessa macrura: inter-annual and spatial variability
      R.M. Driscoll, C.S. Reiss and B.T. Hentschel (USA)
      WG-EMM-13/40 Abundance, distribution, energy density and trophic position of euphausiids during winter 2012: preliminary results from the first US AMLR Winter Survey
      C. Reiss and C. Jones (USA)
      WG-EMM-13/P01 Among-year variation in growth of Antarctic krill Euphausia superba based on length-frequency data
      A.O. Shelton, D. Kinzey, C. Reiss, S. Munch, G. Watters and M. Mangel (USA)
      2.1.4     Role of fish in the Ross Sea ecosystem

      This agenda takes up the issues which WG-EMM would like to discuss under what we called ‘Fish-based ecosystem interactions’ in the past. A broader, rather than region-specific, discussions on role of fish in the ecosystem aiming to allow a wider participation to the discussion in the working group.

      WG-EMM-13/28 A critical re-examination of the evidence for a possible dependence of Weddell seals (Leptonychotes weddellii) on Antarctic toothfish (Dissostichus mawsoni) in the Ross Sea, Antarctica
      R. Eisert, M.H. Pinkerton (New Zealand), S.D. Newsome and O.T. Oftedal (USA)
      WG-EMM-13/29 To what extent do type C killer whales (Orcinus orca) feed on Antarctic toothfish (Dissostichus mawsoni) in the Ross Sea, Antarctica?
      L. Torres, M.H. Pinkerton (New Zealand), R. Pitman, J. Durban (USA) and R. Eisert (New Zealand)
      WG-EMM-13/30 Abundance and trends in the breeding population of Adélie penguins (Pygoscelis adeliae) in the western Ross Sea
      P. O’B. Lyver, M. Barron, K.J. Barton, S. Gordon (New Zealand), D. Ainley, A. Pollard (USA), P.R. Wilson and M.H. Pinkerton (New Zealand)
      WG-EMM-13/31 Competition-mediated prey availability drives Adélie penguin (Pygocelis adeliae) chick size, mass and condition at colonies of differing size in the southern Ross Sea
      A.L. Whitehead (Australia), P. O’B. Lyver (New Zealand), G. Ballard (USA), K. Barton, B.J. Karl (New Zealand), D.G. Ainley, K. Dugger, S. Jennings (USA), A. Lescroël (France) and P.R. Wilson (New Zealand)
      2.2     Issues for the future
      2.2.1     Feedback management strategy

      Primarily undertake the second two components of work to develop a feedback management strategy for the krill fishery (SC-CAMLR-XXX, paragraphs 3.33 and 3.34):

      • review of spatial and temporal structure in the ecosystem in which the current Area 48 fishery operates and consideration of the implications for monitoring and management
      • development of agreed decision-making mechanisms for the candidate feedback management approaches, including decision rules which identify how fishing strategies and/or monitoring are to be adjusted on the basis of the indicators.

      Discuss the ways to achieve a wider participation to the discussion on feedback management.

      WG-EMM-13/04 Some thoughts on our work towards establishing feedback management scheme for krill fishery
      S. Kawaguchi (Convener, WG-EMM)
      WG-EMM-13/11 New contributions to penguin monitoring to help underpin the development of feedback management approaches for the Antarctic krill fishery
      N. Ratcliffe, A. Fox, P. Fretwell, T. Hart and P. Trathan (United Kingdom)
      WG-EMM-13/12 Developing research on Antarctic krill to facilitate the development and updating of feedback management procedures
      E.J. Murphy, R.D. Cavanagh (United Kingdom), A. Constable (Australia), E.H. Hofmann (USA), S.L. Hill, N.M. Johnston, P.N. Trathan and J.L. Watkins (United Kingdom)
      WG-EMM-13/20 Potential climate change effects on the habitat of Antarctic krill
      S.L. Hill, T. Phillips and A. Atkinson (United Kingdom)
      WG-EMM-13/21 Recent British Antarctic Survey publications relevant to the agenda of WG-EMM 2013
      Delegation of the United Kingdom
      WG-EMM-13/25 Dynamic of the krill fishery in the Area 48 and its relation to climate variability and changes in fishing technology
      P.S. Gasyukov and S.М Kаsatkina (Russia)
      WG-EMM-13/27 Evaluation of populations of chinstrap and gentoo penguins at Cierva Cove (ASPA N° 132). Is this site an appropriate control area for non-fishing effects?
      M.M. Santos, N.R. Coria, E. Barrera-Oro (Argentina) and J.T. Hinke (USA)
      WG-EMM-13/32 The dynamic of krill fishery and the environment in the Antarctic Peninsula Subarea (48.1)
      S.M. Kasatkina, V.N. Shnar and S.N. Burikin (Russia)
      WG-EMM-13/36 Assessing status and change in Southern Ocean ecosystems
      A. Constable (Australia), D. Costa (USA), E. Murphy (United Kingdom), E. Hofmann, O. Schofield (USA), A. Press (Australia), N. Johnston (United Kingdom) and L. Newman (Australia)
      2.2.2     CEMP and WG-EMM-STAPP

      Discuss CEMP and WG-EMM-STAPP in the context of the potential requirements for feedback management, including estimates of abundance and krill consumption for fur seals and penguins, foraging models, monitoring data.

      2.2.3     Integrated assessment model

      Discuss the development of an integrated assessment model and related issues in the context of the potential requirements for feedback management.

      2.2.4     Fishing vessel surveys

      Discuss development of scientific and survey work conducted from krill fishing vessels, in the context of the potential requirements for feedback management.

      WG-EMM-13/15 Commercial fishing vessel as research vessels in the Antarctic – requirements and solutions exemplified with a new vessel
      O.R. Godø (Norway), C. Reiss (USA), V. Siegel (Germany) and J.L. Watkins (United Kingdom)
      WG-EMM-13/35 Observations of penguins in the waters off South Orkney Islands, 2011–2013
      B.A. Krafft, G. Skaret (Norway) and P. Trathan (United Kingdom)
      2.2.5     Joint WG-SAM–WG-EMM focus symposium on spatial modelling in 2014

      Discuss and scope out joint WG-SAM–WG-EMM focus symposium on spatial modelling in 2014, and agree on terms of reference of the symposium.

      2.2.6     Climate change
      3     Spatial management
      3.1     Marine Protected Areas (MPAs)

      Take up issues other than Domains 5 (Ross Sea) and 6 (East Antarctica). Reports and materials from the Circumpolar Gap Analysis Workshop, and any further updates from new initiatives, including Domains 3, 5 and 9 as well as other MPA discussions, ASPA & ASMA issues will be considered.

      3.2     Vulnerable Marine Ecosystems (VMEs)

      Consider notification of any new VMEs.

      3.3     ASMA and ASPA
      4     Advice to the Scientific Committee and its working groups

      Collate, summarise, and organise advice, items of interest and concern, requests for information and guidance, etc. that were previously reported under Agenda Items 2 and 3.

      5     Future work

      Identify and prioritise items for future work, including short- and long-term work items with particular emphasis on suggesting revisions, if necessary, to the previously agreed work plans for the 2014 meeting of WG-EMM.  Consider work required in 2015.

      WG-EMM-13/12 Developing research on Antarctic krill to facilitate the development and updating of feedback management procedures
      E.J. Murphy, R.D. Cavanagh (United Kingdom), A. Constable (Australia), E.H. Hofmann (USA), S.L. Hill, N.M. Johnston, P.N. Trathan and J.L. Watkins (United Kingdom)
      WG-EMM-13/13 ICED workshop and conference session on Southern Ocean foodwebs and scenarios of change
      R.D. Cavanagh on behalf of the international ICED Scientific Steering Committee
      WG-EMM-13/16 Report of the first SCAR-CCAMLR Joint Action Group meeting
      CCAMLR Secretariat and SCAR Executive Office
      WG-EMM-13/17 Rev. 1 Southern Ocean Network of Acoustics (SONA)
      S. Fielding (United Kingdom), E. Josse (France), R. Kloser (Australia), R. O’Driscoll (New Zealand), C. Reiss (USA) and G. Skaret (Norway)
      WG-EMM-13/19 Historical data synthesis in the Southern Ocean: Priority data sets
      N.M. Johnston, E.J. Murphy, J.R.D. Silk, C.M. Waluda, S.L. Hill and R.D. Cavanagh (United Kingdom) on behalf of the ICED Scientific Steering Committee
      WG-EMM-13/36 Assessing status and change in Southern Ocean ecosystems
      A. Constable (Australia), D. Costa (USA), E. Murphy (United Kingdom), E. Hofmann, O. Schofield (USA), A. Press (Australia), N. Johnston (United Kingdom) and L. Newman (Australia)
      WG-SAM-13/17 CCAMLR Papers: accessibility, availability and publication – options for the future
      Secretariat
      6     Other business
      7     Adoption of the report and close of the meeting

      As at past meetings of the WG-EMM, rapporteurs will draft sections of the report. These sections will first be reviewed by the Convener and parties with strong interest in the topic and then submitted to the Secretariat for formatting, editing, and circulation for reading and mark-up by attendees. Proposed changes to the draft report must be made in consultation with the rapporteurs, who will inform the co-conveners and then provide the appropriate changes to the Secretariat. The report will be interactively adopted in plenary, using a data projector and support from the Secretariat.

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