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    WG-EMM-11

    Full Name
    Groupe de travail sur le contrôle et la gestion de l’écosystème
    Lieu:
    Busan, République de Corée
    Date/heure de début de réunion:
    Date/heure de fin de réunion:
    Dates limites de soumission
    lundi 27 juin 2011 à 00:00 Australie/Hobart (Document de groupe de travail)
    Rapport de la réunion:
    f-sc-xxx-a04.pdf (1.65 Mo)

      Documents

      Numéro du document Titre Point(s) de l'ordre du jour
      CCAMLR-XXX/05
      Plus d'infos
      RAPPORT SUR L'ÉVALUATION INDÉPENDANTE DES SYSTÈMES DE GESTION DES DONNÉES DE LA CCAMLR
      Secrétariat
      6
      WG-EMM-10/P1
      Plus d'infos
      RECENT TRENDS IN NUMBERS OF FOUR SPECIES OF PENGUINS AT THE PRINCE EDWARD ISLANDS
      R.J.M. Crawford, P.A. Whittington, L. Upfold, P.G. Ryan, S.L. Petersen, B.M. Dyer and J. Cooper
      5
      WG-EMM-10/P15
      Plus d'infos
      SUMMER SURVEY OF FUR SEALS AT PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND, SOUTHERN INDIAN OCEAN
      M.N. Bester, P.G. Ryan and J. Visagie
      5
      WG-EMM-10/P16
      Plus d'infos
      Intra-archipelago moult dispersion of southern elephant seals at the Prince Edward Islands, southern Indian Ocean
      W.C. Oosthuizen, M.N. Bester, P.J.N. de Bruyn and G.J.G. Hofmeyr
      5
      WG-EMM-10/P2
      Plus d'infos
      RECENT TRENDS IN NUMBERS OF CROZET SHAGS BREEDING AT THE PRINCE EDWARD ISLANDS
      R.J.M. Crawford, P.G. Ryan, B.M. Dyer and L. Upfold
      5
      WG-EMM-10/P3
      Plus d'infos
      A TALE OF TWO ISLANDS: CONTRASTING FORTUNES FOR SUBANTARCTIC SKUAS AT THE PRINCE EDWARD ISLANDS
      P.G. Ryan, P.A. Whittington and R.J.M. Crawford
      5
      WG-EMM-10/P4
      Plus d'infos
      RECENT POPULATION ESTIMATES AND TRENDS IN NUMBERS OF ALBATROSSES AND GIANT PETRELS BREEDING AT THE SUB-ANTARCTIC PRINCE EDWARD ISLANDS
      P.G. Ryan, M.G.W. Jones, B.M. Dyer, L. Upfold and R.J.M. Crawford
      5
      WG-EMM-10/P5
      Plus d'infos
      ESTIMATES OF NUMBERS OF KELP GULLS AND KERGUELEN AND ANTARCTIC TERNS BREEDING AT THE PRINCE EDWARD ISLANDS, 1996/97–2008/09
      P.A. Whittington, R.J.M. Crawford, B.M. Dyer and P.G. Ryan
      5
      WG-EMM-11/01
      Plus d'infos
      WG-EMM-11 DRAFT PRELIMINARY AGENDA AND ANNOTATED AGENDA
      1
      WG-EMM-11/04 Rev. 1
      Plus d'infos
      REPORT FROM THE WS: INTEGRATED KRILL MONITORING IN THE CCAMLR AREA 48.2
      2, 5
      WG-EMM-11/05
      Plus d'infos
      KRILL FISHERY REPORT: 2011 UPDATE
      Secretariat
      2
      WG-EMM-11/06
      Plus d'infos
      CEMP INDICES: 2011 UPDATE
      Secretariat
      2, 5
      WG-EMM-11/07
      Plus d'infos
      SUMMARY OF VME NOTIFICATIONS MADE UNDER CONSERVATION MEASURES 22-06 AND 22-07
      Secretariat
      3
      WG-EMM-11/08
      Plus d'infos
      SUMMARY OF NOTIFICATIONS FOR KRILL FISHERIES 2011/12
      Secretariat
      2
      WG-EMM-11/09
      Plus d'infos
      The Secretariat review of the Strategic Plan, associated activities and outcomes
      Secretariat
      6
      WG-EMM-11/10
      Plus d'infos
      DENSE STALKED CRINOID DOMINATED ASSEMBLAGES ON ADMIRALTY SEAMOUNT IN THE NORTHERN ROSS SEA (SSRU 881G): TWO POTENTIAL VMEs
      C.D. Jones (USA), D.A. Bowden (New Zealand) and S. Schiaparelli (Italy)
      3
      WG-EMM-11/11
      Plus d'infos
      SUMMARY OF OBSERVATIONS ABOARD KRILL TRAWLERS OPERATING IN THE CONVENTION AREA
      Secretariat
      2
      WG-EMM-11/12
      Plus d'infos
      A SIMULATION STUDY TO DETERMINE THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SAMPLING INTENSITY AND PRECISION WHEN ESTIMATING AVAILABILITY FUNCTIONS FOR BREEDING ADÉLIE PENGUIN COLONIES
      J. McKinlay and C. Southwell (Australia)
      2.2
      WG-EMM-11/13
      Plus d'infos
      ANTARCTIC KRILL DEMOGRAPHY AND POPULATION DYNAMICS WEST OF THE ANTARCTIC PENINSULA IN 2010/11
      V. Siegel (Germany), C. Reiss (USA), K. Dietrich (USA), M. Haraldsson (Sweden) and G. Rohardt (Germany)
      2.1
      WG-EMM-11/14
      Plus d'infos
      SELECTIVITY OF CONVENTIONAL AND CONTINUOUS TECHNIQUES OF KRILL FISHERY
      D. Sologub (Russia)
      2.1
      WG-EMM-11/15
      Plus d'infos
      PRELIMINARY RESULTS OF THE EXPERIMENT ON DEFINITION OF ANTARCTIC KRILL MORTALITY RATE IN FISHERY
      L. Pshenichnov and K. Vyshniakova (Ukraine)
      2.1
      WG-EMM-11/16
      Plus d'infos
      ANTARCTIC KRILL AND CLIMATE CHANGE
      H. Flores (Netherlands), A.S. Atkinson (UK), E. Bravo Rebolledo (Netherlands), V. Cirelli (Argentina), J. Cuzin-Roudy (France), S. Fielding (UK), J.A. van Franeker (Netherlands), J.J. Groeneveld (Netherlands), M. Haraldsson (Sweden), S. Kawaguchi (Australia), B.A. Krafft (Norway), A. Lombana (USA), E. Marschoff (Argentina), B. Meyer (Germany), G. Milinevsky (Ukraine), S. Nicol (Australia), E.A. Pakhomov (Canada), A.P. Van de Putte (Belgium), C. Reiss (USA), E. Rombolá (Argentina), K. Schmidt (UK
      2.1, 2.2
      WG-EMM-11/17
      Plus d'infos
      ESTIMATION OF MANAGEMENT REFERENCE POINTS CONSISTENT WITH THE CATCH TRIGGER LEVEL FOR THE ANTARCTIC KRILL FISHERY IN AREA 48
      T. Peatman, J. Moir Clark, D.J. Agnew (UK)
      2.1
      WG-EMM-11/18
      Plus d'infos
      USING ECOSYSTEM STRUCTURE TO IDENTIFY FINER-SCALE SSMUS FOR OCEANIC AREAS IN SUBAREAS 48.1 TO 48.3
      S.L. Hill and J. Silk (UK)
      2.1, 2.2
      WG-EMM-11/19
      Plus d'infos
      PROGRESS WITH UPDATING OF THE KRILLBASE ANALYSIS
      A. Atkinson (UK)
      2.1, 2.2
      WG-EMM-11/20
      Plus d'infos
      THE ASAM 2010 ASSESSMENT OF KRILL BIOMASS FOR AREA 48 FROM THE SCOTIA SEA CCAMLR 2000 SYNOPTIC SURVEY
      S. Fielding and J. Watkins (UK) and ASAM participants: A. Cossio, C. Reiss and G. Watters (USA), L. Calise and G. Skaret (Norway), Y. Takao (Japan), X. Zhao (People’s Republic of China), D. Agnew (UK) and D. Ramm and K. Reid (CCAMLR Secretariat)
      2.1, 2.2
      WG-EMM-11/21
      Plus d'infos
      ECOSYSTEM SERVICES OF THE SOUTHERN OCEAN
      S.M. Grant, S.L. Hill and P.N. Trathan (UK)
      2.2
      WG-EMM-11/22
      Plus d'infos
      A GIS OF CCAMLR SPATIAL MANAGEMENT AREAS AND CONSERVATION MEASURES
      P. Fretwell, S.M. Grant and S.L. Hill (UK) and S. Parker (New Zealand)
      6
      WG-EMM-11/23
      Plus d'infos
      PRELIMINARY RESULTS FROM THE FIRST SURVEY SEASON OF ANTARCTIC KRILL AND APEX PREDATORS WITH THE COMMERCIAL FISHING VESSEL SAGA SEA IN THE SOUTH ORKNEY ISLANDS AREA 2011
      B.A. Krafft, G. Skaret and L. Calise (Norway)
      2.2
      WG-EMM-11/24
      Plus d'infos
      STRUCTURE OF THE WATER MASSES AND KRILL DISTRIBUTION IN THE CENTRAL AND EASTERN PARTS OF THE ATLANTIC ANTARCTIC AREA
      V.N. Shnar and S.M. Kasatkina (Russia)
      2.1
      WG-EMM-11/25
      Plus d'infos
      COMPARING CEMP INDICES TO INFORM FEEDBACK MANAGEMENT OF THE ANTARCTIC KRILL FISHERY
      J.T. Hinke and G.M. Watters (USA)
      2.2
      WG-EMM-11/26
      Plus d'infos
      A RE-ANALYSIS AND UPDATE OF THE ANTARCTIC KRILL BIOMASS IN THE SOUTH SHETLAND ISLANDS, THROUGH 2011
      A. Cossio, C. Reiss and R. Driscoll (USA)
      2.1
      WG-EMM-11/27
      Plus d'infos
      REVISION OF THE CONSERVATION MEASURE 51-07 (2009) INTERIM DISTRIBUTION OF THE TRIGGER LEVEL IN KRILL FISHERY IN STATISTICAL SUBAREAS 48.1, 48.2, 48.3 AND 48.4
      L. Pshenichnov and G. Milinevsky (Ukraine)
      2.1
      WG-EMM-11/28
      Plus d'infos
      ASSESSMENT OF SPATIAL-TEMPORAL DYNAMICS OF STANDARDIZED CPUE FOR KRILL FISHERY IN THE AREA 48
      S.M. Kasatkina and P.S. Gasyukov (Russia)
      2.1
      WG-EMM-11/29
      Plus d'infos
      OPERATION PATTERN OF A JAPANESE COMMERCIAL KRILL FISHING VESSEL IN THE ANTARCTIC OCEAN
      F. Matsumoto and M. Suito (Japan)
      2.1
      WG-EMM-11/30
      Plus d'infos
      UPDATE ON INTERSESSIONAL WORK BY THE SUBGROUP ON STATUS AND TRENDS ASSESSMENT OF PREDATOR POPULATIONS (WG-EMM-STAPP)
      C. Southwell, L. Emmerson (Australia), J. Forcada (UK), M. Goebel, J. Hinke, H. Lynch (USA), P. Lyver (New Zealand), J. McKinlay (Australia), N. Ratcliffe (UK), D. Ramm, K. Reid (CCAMLR Secretariat), C. Reiss, W. Trivelpiece, S. Trivelpiece (USA) and P. Trathan (UK)
      2.2
      WG-EMM-11/31
      Plus d'infos
      CURRENT ABUNDANCE OF ADÉLIE PENGUIN BREEDING POPULATIONS ALONG THE KEMP AND MAC.ROBERTSON LAND COASTS, EAST ANTARCTICA: APPLICATION OF NEW SURVEY AND ESTIMATION METHODS FOR BROAD-SCALE POPULATION ASSESSMENT
      C. Southwell, J. McKinlay, K. Newbery, L. Emmerson, M. Low, R. Pike, D. Wilson, D. Southwell and L. Einoder (Australia)
      2.2
      WG-EMM-11/32
      Plus d'infos
      NEW REGIONAL-SCALE SURVEYS OF THE ADÉLIE PENGUIN BREEDING POPULATION IN PRYDZ BAY: A STEP TOWARDS IMPROVED ESTIMATION OF KRILL CONSUMPTION IN EAST ANTARCTICA
      C. Southwell, J. McKinlay, K. Newbery, L. Emmerson and J. Lieser (Australia)
      2.2
      WG-EMM-11/33
      Plus d'infos
      POTENTIAL PHENOLOGICAL RESPONSES TO ENVIRONMENTAL VARIABILITY AND CHANGE FOR ADÉLIE PENGUINS
      L. Emmerson and C. Southwell (Australia)
      2.2
      WG-EMM-11/34
      Plus d'infos
      A LARGE-SCALE SURVEY OF ADÉLIE PENGUIN BREEDING DISTRIBUTION IN EAST ANTARCTICA
      C. Southwell and L. Emmerson (Australia)
      2.2
      WG-EMM-11/35
      Plus d'infos
      PROPOSAL OF ACOUSTIC SURVEY OF ANTARCTIC KRILL USING FISHING VESSEL
      K. Abe, M. Kiyota, F. Matsumoto and Y. Takao (Japan)
      2.2
      WG-EMM-11/36
      Plus d'infos
      RESEARCH PLAN AND RESULTS OF PRELIMINARY OBSERVATION ABOUT THE POSSIBILITY OF ANTARCTIC KRILL ESCAPEMENT FROM A TRAWL NET
      K. Fujita and S. Hasegawa (Japan)
      2.1
      WG-EMM-11/37
      Plus d'infos
      USING AUTOMATED CAMERAS AS A COST-EFFECTIVE MEANS OF EXTENDING LAND-BASED PREDATOR MONITORING
      C. Southwell, L. Emmerson and K. Newbery (Australia)
      2.2
      WG-EMM-11/38
      Plus d'infos
      SOME POSSIBLE MODIFICATIONS TO CEMP STANDARD METHODS A3A, A3B AND A9 TO ALLOW GREATER FLEXIBILITY IN THE COLLECTION AND INTERPRETATION OF BREEDING POPULATION COUNT DATA
      C. Southwell (Australia)
      2.2
      WG-EMM-11/39
      Plus d'infos
      ANALYSIS OF VARIABILITY OF KRILL SIZE AND FISH BY-CATCH IN JAPANESE KRILL FISHERY BASED ON SCIENTIFIC OBSERVER DATA
      T. Okuda and M. Kiyota (Japan)
      2.1, 2.2
      WG-EMM-11/40
      Plus d'infos
      ANNUAL CHANGES IN SPECIES COMPOSITION AND ABUNDANCE OF BY-CATCH FISH COLLECTED BY JAPANESE KRILL SCIENTIFIC OBSERVERS IN THE NORTH OF SOUTH GEORGIA (CCAMLR SUBAREA 48.3), DURING AUSTRAL WINTER FROM 2002 TO 2008
      T. Iwami, K. Taki and M. Kiyota (Japan)
      2.2
      WG-EMM-11/41
      Plus d'infos
      ANTARCTIC PENINSULA DECADAL WINTER TEMPERATURE ANOMALIES AND ANTARCTIC KRILL VARIABILITY IN THE SOUTH ATLANTIC REGION: PRELIMINARY RESULTS
      G.P. Milinevsky, A.V. Grytsai and L.K. Pshenichnov (Ukraine)
      2.1
      WG-EMM-11/42
      Plus d'infos
      OPTIMISING THE DESIGN OF LARGE-SCALE GROUND SURVEYS OF ADÉLIE PENGUIN ABUNDANCE USING VIRTUAL SIMULATION IN A GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM
      C. Southwell, R. Driessen and S. Candy (Australia)
      2.2
      WG-EMM-11/43 Rev. 1
      Plus d'infos
      MODELLING ANTARCTIC KRILL: SCALE, MOVEMENT AND AGE‐STRUCTURE
      D. Kinzey, G. Watters and C. Reiss (USA)
      2.2
      WG-EMM-11/44
      Plus d'infos
      Some properties of diagnostics of GLMM model tuning for standardising CPUE indices in the Area 48 using the CCAMLR fishery statistics database
      P. Gasyukov and S. Kasatkina (Russia)
      2.1
      WG-EMM-11/P1
      Plus d'infos
      VARIABILITY IN KRILL BIOMASS LINKS HARVESTING AND CLIMATE WARMING TO PENGUIN POPULATION CHANGES IN ANTARCTICA
      W.Z. Trivelpiece, J.T. Hinke, A.K. Miller, C.S. Reiss, S.G. Trivelpiece and G.M. Watters
      2
      WG-EMM-11/P2
      Plus d'infos
      OCCURRENCE OF DWARF MINKE WHALES (BALAENOPTERA ACUTOROSTRATA SUBSP) AROUND THE ANTARCTIC PENINSULA
      J. Acevedo, C. Olavarría, J. Plana, A. Aguayo-Lobo, A. Larrea and L.A. Pastene
      2.2
      WG-EMM-11/P3
      Plus d'infos
      DISCRIMINATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL VARIABLES THAT INFLUENCE THE CATCH PER UNIT EFFORT: THE CASE OF THE ANTARCTIC KRILL FISHERY
      J.C. Quiroz, R. Wiff, M.A. Barrientos and F. Contreras
      2.1
      WG-EMM-11/P4
      Plus d'infos
      ADÉLIE PENGUIN SURVIVAL: AGE STRUCTURE, TEMPORAL VARIABILITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL INFLUENCES
      L. Emmerson and C. Southwell
      2.2
      WG-EMM-11/P5
      Plus d'infos
      THE STRUCTURE AND FUNCTIONING OF MARINE ECOSYSTEM IN ARGENTINE ISLANDS WATERS
      E.Z. Samyshev
      2.1
      WG-EMM-11/P6
      Plus d'infos
      WILL KRILL FARE WELL UNDER SOUTHERN OCEAN ACIDIFICATION?
      S. Kawaguchi, H. Kurihara, R. King, L. Hale, T. Berli, J.P. Robinson, A. Ishida, M. Wakita, P. Virtue, S. Nicol and A. Ishimatsu
      2.1, 2.2
      WG-EMM-11/P7
      Plus d'infos
      OCEAN-BOTTOM KRILL SEX
      S. Kawaguchi, R. Kilpatrick, L. Roberts, R.A. King and S. Nicol
      2.1
      WG-EMM-11/P8
      Plus d'infos
      COLLAPSE OF SOUTH AFRICA’S PENGUINS IN THE EARLY 21ST CENTURY
      R.J.M. Crawford, R. Altwegg, B.J. Barham, P.J. Barham, J.M. Durant, B.M. Dyer, D. Geldenhuys, A.B. Makhado, L. Pichegru, P.G. Ryan, L.G. Underhill, L. Upfold, J. Visagie, L.J. Waller and P.A. Whittington
      2.1

      Ordre du jour

      Développer Commentaires | Développer Document | Réduire

      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 the WG‐EMM and which were raised by the Scientific Committee and Commission in 2010 as well as issues that were raised by the other working groups since the last meeting of the WG‐EMM.

      2.1     Issues for the present

      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, information on the behavior of fishing vessels and economics of the fishery, observer reports, and information regarding first‐season implementation of the agreed scheme for systematic observer coverage of the krill fishery. Review and evaluate reports on future fishing activities, particularly the notifications required under CM 21‐03. Review information submitted on escape mortality, and volume‐to‐mass conversion factors or other issues related to the estimation of green weight. Review relevant information and submissions on krill demography, biology, ecology etc. Review submissions relating to the subdivision of the trigger limit in Statistical Area 48 among subareas and advise the Scientific Committee on CM 51‐07. Review the influence of recruitment variability on the calculation of precautionary yield for krill and new estimates of B0 for Divisions 58.4.1 and 58.4.2; compute precautionary yield estimates for these divisions if possible. Consider “views of the ecosystem,” including discussions on the stock structure of krill populations, top‐down and bottom‐up forcing in the krill‐centric ecosystem, observed trends, etc.

      WG-EMM-11/13 ANTARCTIC KRILL DEMOGRAPHY AND POPULATION DYNAMICS WEST OF THE ANTARCTIC PENINSULA IN 2010/11
      V. Siegel (Germany), C. Reiss (USA), K. Dietrich (USA), M. Haraldsson (Sweden) and G. Rohardt (Germany)
      WG-EMM-11/14 SELECTIVITY OF CONVENTIONAL AND CONTINUOUS TECHNIQUES OF KRILL FISHERY
      D. Sologub (Russia)
      WG-EMM-11/15 PRELIMINARY RESULTS OF THE EXPERIMENT ON DEFINITION OF ANTARCTIC KRILL MORTALITY RATE IN FISHERY
      L. Pshenichnov and K. Vyshniakova (Ukraine)
      WG-EMM-11/16 ANTARCTIC KRILL AND CLIMATE CHANGE
      H. Flores (Netherlands), A.S. Atkinson (UK), E. Bravo Rebolledo (Netherlands), V. Cirelli (Argentina), J. Cuzin-Roudy (France), S. Fielding (UK), J.A. van Franeker (Netherlands), J.J. Groeneveld (Netherlands), M. Haraldsson (Sweden), S. Kawaguchi (Australia), B.A. Krafft (Norway), A. Lombana (USA), E. Marschoff (Argentina), B. Meyer (Germany), G. Milinevsky (Ukraine), S. Nicol (Australia), E.A. Pakhomov (Canada), A.P. Van de Putte (Belgium), C. Reiss (USA), E. Rombolá (Argentina), K. Schmidt (UK
      WG-EMM-11/17 ESTIMATION OF MANAGEMENT REFERENCE POINTS CONSISTENT WITH THE CATCH TRIGGER LEVEL FOR THE ANTARCTIC KRILL FISHERY IN AREA 48
      T. Peatman, J. Moir Clark, D.J. Agnew (UK)
      WG-EMM-11/18 USING ECOSYSTEM STRUCTURE TO IDENTIFY FINER-SCALE SSMUS FOR OCEANIC AREAS IN SUBAREAS 48.1 TO 48.3
      S.L. Hill and J. Silk (UK)
      WG-EMM-11/19 PROGRESS WITH UPDATING OF THE KRILLBASE ANALYSIS
      A. Atkinson (UK)
      WG-EMM-11/20 THE ASAM 2010 ASSESSMENT OF KRILL BIOMASS FOR AREA 48 FROM THE SCOTIA SEA CCAMLR 2000 SYNOPTIC SURVEY
      S. Fielding and J. Watkins (UK) and ASAM participants: A. Cossio, C. Reiss and G. Watters (USA), L. Calise and G. Skaret (Norway), Y. Takao (Japan), X. Zhao (People’s Republic of China), D. Agnew (UK) and D. Ramm and K. Reid (CCAMLR Secretariat)
      WG-EMM-11/24 STRUCTURE OF THE WATER MASSES AND KRILL DISTRIBUTION IN THE CENTRAL AND EASTERN PARTS OF THE ATLANTIC ANTARCTIC AREA
      V.N. Shnar and S.M. Kasatkina (Russia)
      WG-EMM-11/26 A RE-ANALYSIS AND UPDATE OF THE ANTARCTIC KRILL BIOMASS IN THE SOUTH SHETLAND ISLANDS, THROUGH 2011
      A. Cossio, C. Reiss and R. Driscoll (USA)
      WG-EMM-11/27 REVISION OF THE CONSERVATION MEASURE 51-07 (2009) INTERIM DISTRIBUTION OF THE TRIGGER LEVEL IN KRILL FISHERY IN STATISTICAL SUBAREAS 48.1, 48.2, 48.3 AND 48.4
      L. Pshenichnov and G. Milinevsky (Ukraine)
      WG-EMM-11/28 ASSESSMENT OF SPATIAL-TEMPORAL DYNAMICS OF STANDARDIZED CPUE FOR KRILL FISHERY IN THE AREA 48
      S.M. Kasatkina and P.S. Gasyukov (Russia)
      WG-EMM-11/29 OPERATION PATTERN OF A JAPANESE COMMERCIAL KRILL FISHING VESSEL IN THE ANTARCTIC OCEAN
      F. Matsumoto and M. Suito (Japan)
      WG-EMM-11/36 RESEARCH PLAN AND RESULTS OF PRELIMINARY OBSERVATION ABOUT THE POSSIBILITY OF ANTARCTIC KRILL ESCAPEMENT FROM A TRAWL NET
      K. Fujita and S. Hasegawa (Japan)
      WG-EMM-11/39 ANALYSIS OF VARIABILITY OF KRILL SIZE AND FISH BY-CATCH IN JAPANESE KRILL FISHERY BASED ON SCIENTIFIC OBSERVER DATA
      T. Okuda and M. Kiyota (Japan)
      WG-EMM-11/41 ANTARCTIC PENINSULA DECADAL WINTER TEMPERATURE ANOMALIES AND ANTARCTIC KRILL VARIABILITY IN THE SOUTH ATLANTIC REGION: PRELIMINARY RESULTS
      G.P. Milinevsky, A.V. Grytsai and L.K. Pshenichnov (Ukraine)
      WG-EMM-11/44 Some properties of diagnostics of GLMM model tuning for standardising CPUE indices in the Area 48 using the CCAMLR fishery statistics database
      P. Gasyukov and S. Kasatkina (Russia)
      WG-EMM-11/P3 DISCRIMINATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL VARIABLES THAT INFLUENCE THE CATCH PER UNIT EFFORT: THE CASE OF THE ANTARCTIC KRILL FISHERY
      J.C. Quiroz, R. Wiff, M.A. Barrientos and F. Contreras
      WG-EMM-11/P5 THE STRUCTURE AND FUNCTIONING OF MARINE ECOSYSTEM IN ARGENTINE ISLANDS WATERS
      E.Z. Samyshev
      WG-EMM-11/P6 WILL KRILL FARE WELL UNDER SOUTHERN OCEAN ACIDIFICATION?
      S. Kawaguchi, H. Kurihara, R. King, L. Hale, T. Berli, J.P. Robinson, A. Ishida, M. Wakita, P. Virtue, S. Nicol and A. Ishimatsu
      WG-EMM-11/P7 OCEAN-BOTTOM KRILL SEX
      S. Kawaguchi, R. Kilpatrick, L. Roberts, R.A. King and S. Nicol
      WG-EMM-11/P8 COLLAPSE OF SOUTH AFRICA’S PENGUINS IN THE EARLY 21ST CENTURY
      R.J.M. Crawford, R. Altwegg, B.J. Barham, P.J. Barham, J.M. Durant, B.M. Dyer, D. Geldenhuys, A.B. Makhado, L. Pichegru, P.G. Ryan, L.G. Underhill, L. Upfold, J. Visagie, L.J. Waller and P.A. Whittington
      2.2     Issues for the future

      Share views relative to the development of a feedback management strategy for the krill fishery and, if possible, articulate a commonly agreed and understood process for developing such a strategy (Symposium on Feedback Management and ensuing discussion). Review submissions describing intersessional work related to CEMP and STAPP and discuss CEMP and STAPP in the context of the potential requirements for feedback management. Review submissions relevant to the development of an integrated assessment model for krill and to the development of scientific and survey work conducted from krill fishing vessels, discussing such developments, again, in the context of the potential requirements for feedback management.

      WG-EMM-11/12 A SIMULATION STUDY TO DETERMINE THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SAMPLING INTENSITY AND PRECISION WHEN ESTIMATING AVAILABILITY FUNCTIONS FOR BREEDING ADÉLIE PENGUIN COLONIES
      J. McKinlay and C. Southwell (Australia)
      WG-EMM-11/16 ANTARCTIC KRILL AND CLIMATE CHANGE
      H. Flores (Netherlands), A.S. Atkinson (UK), E. Bravo Rebolledo (Netherlands), V. Cirelli (Argentina), J. Cuzin-Roudy (France), S. Fielding (UK), J.A. van Franeker (Netherlands), J.J. Groeneveld (Netherlands), M. Haraldsson (Sweden), S. Kawaguchi (Australia), B.A. Krafft (Norway), A. Lombana (USA), E. Marschoff (Argentina), B. Meyer (Germany), G. Milinevsky (Ukraine), S. Nicol (Australia), E.A. Pakhomov (Canada), A.P. Van de Putte (Belgium), C. Reiss (USA), E. Rombolá (Argentina), K. Schmidt (UK
      WG-EMM-11/18 USING ECOSYSTEM STRUCTURE TO IDENTIFY FINER-SCALE SSMUS FOR OCEANIC AREAS IN SUBAREAS 48.1 TO 48.3
      S.L. Hill and J. Silk (UK)
      WG-EMM-11/19 PROGRESS WITH UPDATING OF THE KRILLBASE ANALYSIS
      A. Atkinson (UK)
      WG-EMM-11/20 THE ASAM 2010 ASSESSMENT OF KRILL BIOMASS FOR AREA 48 FROM THE SCOTIA SEA CCAMLR 2000 SYNOPTIC SURVEY
      S. Fielding and J. Watkins (UK) and ASAM participants: A. Cossio, C. Reiss and G. Watters (USA), L. Calise and G. Skaret (Norway), Y. Takao (Japan), X. Zhao (People’s Republic of China), D. Agnew (UK) and D. Ramm and K. Reid (CCAMLR Secretariat)
      WG-EMM-11/21 ECOSYSTEM SERVICES OF THE SOUTHERN OCEAN
      S.M. Grant, S.L. Hill and P.N. Trathan (UK)
      WG-EMM-11/23 PRELIMINARY RESULTS FROM THE FIRST SURVEY SEASON OF ANTARCTIC KRILL AND APEX PREDATORS WITH THE COMMERCIAL FISHING VESSEL SAGA SEA IN THE SOUTH ORKNEY ISLANDS AREA 2011
      B.A. Krafft, G. Skaret and L. Calise (Norway)
      WG-EMM-11/25 COMPARING CEMP INDICES TO INFORM FEEDBACK MANAGEMENT OF THE ANTARCTIC KRILL FISHERY
      J.T. Hinke and G.M. Watters (USA)
      WG-EMM-11/30 UPDATE ON INTERSESSIONAL WORK BY THE SUBGROUP ON STATUS AND TRENDS ASSESSMENT OF PREDATOR POPULATIONS (WG-EMM-STAPP)
      C. Southwell, L. Emmerson (Australia), J. Forcada (UK), M. Goebel, J. Hinke, H. Lynch (USA), P. Lyver (New Zealand), J. McKinlay (Australia), N. Ratcliffe (UK), D. Ramm, K. Reid (CCAMLR Secretariat), C. Reiss, W. Trivelpiece, S. Trivelpiece (USA) and P. Trathan (UK)
      WG-EMM-11/31 CURRENT ABUNDANCE OF ADÉLIE PENGUIN BREEDING POPULATIONS ALONG THE KEMP AND MAC.ROBERTSON LAND COASTS, EAST ANTARCTICA: APPLICATION OF NEW SURVEY AND ESTIMATION METHODS FOR BROAD-SCALE POPULATION ASSESSMENT
      C. Southwell, J. McKinlay, K. Newbery, L. Emmerson, M. Low, R. Pike, D. Wilson, D. Southwell and L. Einoder (Australia)
      WG-EMM-11/32 NEW REGIONAL-SCALE SURVEYS OF THE ADÉLIE PENGUIN BREEDING POPULATION IN PRYDZ BAY: A STEP TOWARDS IMPROVED ESTIMATION OF KRILL CONSUMPTION IN EAST ANTARCTICA
      C. Southwell, J. McKinlay, K. Newbery, L. Emmerson and J. Lieser (Australia)
      WG-EMM-11/33 POTENTIAL PHENOLOGICAL RESPONSES TO ENVIRONMENTAL VARIABILITY AND CHANGE FOR ADÉLIE PENGUINS
      L. Emmerson and C. Southwell (Australia)
      WG-EMM-11/34 A LARGE-SCALE SURVEY OF ADÉLIE PENGUIN BREEDING DISTRIBUTION IN EAST ANTARCTICA
      C. Southwell and L. Emmerson (Australia)
      WG-EMM-11/35 PROPOSAL OF ACOUSTIC SURVEY OF ANTARCTIC KRILL USING FISHING VESSEL
      K. Abe, M. Kiyota, F. Matsumoto and Y. Takao (Japan)
      WG-EMM-11/37 USING AUTOMATED CAMERAS AS A COST-EFFECTIVE MEANS OF EXTENDING LAND-BASED PREDATOR MONITORING
      C. Southwell, L. Emmerson and K. Newbery (Australia)
      WG-EMM-11/38 SOME POSSIBLE MODIFICATIONS TO CEMP STANDARD METHODS A3A, A3B AND A9 TO ALLOW GREATER FLEXIBILITY IN THE COLLECTION AND INTERPRETATION OF BREEDING POPULATION COUNT DATA
      C. Southwell (Australia)
      WG-EMM-11/39 ANALYSIS OF VARIABILITY OF KRILL SIZE AND FISH BY-CATCH IN JAPANESE KRILL FISHERY BASED ON SCIENTIFIC OBSERVER DATA
      T. Okuda and M. Kiyota (Japan)
      WG-EMM-11/40 ANNUAL CHANGES IN SPECIES COMPOSITION AND ABUNDANCE OF BY-CATCH FISH COLLECTED BY JAPANESE KRILL SCIENTIFIC OBSERVERS IN THE NORTH OF SOUTH GEORGIA (CCAMLR SUBAREA 48.3), DURING AUSTRAL WINTER FROM 2002 TO 2008
      T. Iwami, K. Taki and M. Kiyota (Japan)
      WG-EMM-11/42 OPTIMISING THE DESIGN OF LARGE-SCALE GROUND SURVEYS OF ADÉLIE PENGUIN ABUNDANCE USING VIRTUAL SIMULATION IN A GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM
      C. Southwell, R. Driessen and S. Candy (Australia)
      WG-EMM-11/43 Rev. 1 MODELLING ANTARCTIC KRILL: SCALE, MOVEMENT AND AGE‐STRUCTURE
      D. Kinzey, G. Watters and C. Reiss (USA)
      WG-EMM-11/P2 OCCURRENCE OF DWARF MINKE WHALES (BALAENOPTERA ACUTOROSTRATA SUBSP) AROUND THE ANTARCTIC PENINSULA
      J. Acevedo, C. Olavarría, J. Plana, A. Aguayo-Lobo, A. Larrea and L.A. Pastene
      WG-EMM-11/P4 ADÉLIE PENGUIN SURVIVAL: AGE STRUCTURE, TEMPORAL VARIABILITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL INFLUENCES
      L. Emmerson and C. Southwell
      WG-EMM-11/P6 WILL KRILL FARE WELL UNDER SOUTHERN OCEAN ACIDIFICATION?
      S. Kawaguchi, H. Kurihara, R. King, L. Hale, T. Berli, J.P. Robinson, A. Ishida, M. Wakita, P. Virtue, S. Nicol and A. Ishimatsu
      3     Vulnerable marine ecosystems (VMEs)
      4     Advice to the Scientific Committee and its working groups

      Collate, summarize, and organize 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 prioritize 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 2012 and 2013 meetings of WG‐EMM.

      6     Other business

      Consideration of a potential mechanism to facilitate observer involvement in CCAMLR’s scientific working groups and discussion of topics not included elsewhere in the Agenda, including reports from other meetings (e.g., the CEP and IWC) and research efforts (e.g., ICED and SOOS). As Convener of WG‐EMM, I would also like for the Working Group to plan for my succession. As of the meeting in 2012, I will have been Convener for 5 years, and I feel that other Members should be given an opportunity to serve. A successional plan could, if desired, facilitate mentoring and potentially provide for increased continuity in the conduct of the meeting and planning future work.

      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 Convener 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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