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Krill, Currents, and Sea Ice: Euphausia superba and Its Changing Environment
Abstract Investigations of Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) over the last 40 years have examined almost every aspect of the biology of these ecologically important animals. Various elements ofExpand
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Ocean circulation off east Antarctica affects ecosystem structure and sea-ice extent
Sea ice and oceanic boundaries have a dominant effect in structuring Antarctic marine ecosystems. Satellite imagery and historical data have identified the southern boundary of the AntarcticExpand
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Polar ocean ecosystems in a changing world
Polar organisms have adapted their seasonal cycles to the dynamic interface between ice and water. This interface ranges from the micrometre-sized brine channels within sea ice to the planetary-scaleExpand
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Management of Southern Ocean fisheries: global forces and future sustainability
The marine resources of the Antarctic region are of global significance. In managing Southern Ocean marine resources, especially fisheries, the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic MarineExpand
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The fishery for Antarctic krill – recent developments
The fishery for Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) is the largest by tonnage in the Southern Ocean. The catch remained relatively stable at around 120 000 tonnes for 17 years until 2009, but hasExpand
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28S rDNA evolution in the Eumalacostraca and the phylogenetic position of krill.
The Malacostraca are an ancient and morphologically diverse class of Crustacea. The phylogenetic position of one order within this class, the Euphausiacea ("krill," subclass Eumalacostraca) wasExpand
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Modelling growth of Antarctic krill. I. Growth trends with sex, length, season, and region
Growth trends of Antarctic krill with sex, length, season, and region as independent variables were modelled with a linear mixed model (LMM) using 10 yr of accumulated instantaneous growth rate (IGR)Expand
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Understanding krill growth and aging : the contribution of experimental studies
Le krill est considere comme un type d'animal difficile a examiner experimentalement. En consequence, la plupart de l'information sur l'âge et la croissance de ce crustace pelagique provient d'etudesExpand
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Southern Ocean productivity in relation to spatial and temporal variation in the physical environment
[1] The physical factors that have been reported to affect primary and secondary production in the Southern Ocean are examined and critically reviewed. Long time series of physical measurements fromExpand
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Southern Ocean iron fertilization by baleen whales and Antarctic krill
Iron is the limiting micronutrient in the Southern Ocean and experiments have demonstrated that addition of soluble iron to surface waters results in phytoplankton blooms, particularly by largeExpand
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