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Volume 71, Number 1, July 2002
Cephalopod Biomass and Production - CIAC 2000 (Part I)

Free Content Foreword
pp. 9-12(4)
Authors: Boyle, Peter; Collins, Martin; Pierce, Graham

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Free Content A brief history of the Cephalopod International Advisory Council (CIAC)
pp. 17-30(14)
Authors: Hochberg, F. G.; Hatfield, Emma M. C.

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Free Content Introduction to the Russian and Ukrainian contribution
pp. 31-33(3)
Author: Nesis, K. N.

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Free Content Application of GIS to cephalopod fisheries: Workshop report
pp. 35-46(12)
Authors: Pierce, G. J.; Wang, J.; Valavanis, V.

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Free Content Estimating cephalopod biomass: Workshop report
pp. 47-65(19)
Authors: Clarke, Malcolm; Allcock, Louise; Santos, M. Begoña

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Free Content Systematics, ecology and biology of cirrate octopods: Workshop report
pp. 79-94(16)
Authors: Vecchione, Michael; Collins, Martin A.; Sweeney, Michael J.

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Free Content Distribution of juvenile squid in the Scotia Sea in relation to regional oceanography
pp. 97-108(12)
Authors: Anderson, C. I. H.; Rodhouse, P. G.

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Free Content Sexual segregation in ontogenetic migrations by the squid Loligo gahi around the Falkland Islands
pp. 109-127(19)
Authors: Arkhipkin, Alexander I.; Middleton, David A. J.

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Free Content A comparison of the fishery biology of three Illex coindetii Vérany, 1839 (Cephalopoda: Ommastrephidae) populations from the European Atlantic and Mediterranean waters
pp. 129-146(18)
Authors: Arvanitidis, Christos; Koutsoubas, Drosos; Robin, Jean-Paul; Pereira, João; Moreno, Ana; da Cunha, Manuela Morais; Valavanis, Vasilis; Eleftheriou, Anastasios

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Free Content Exploitation patterns of the cuttlefish, Sepia officinalis (Cephalopoda, Sepiidae), in the Mediterranean Sea
pp. 187-196(10)
Authors: Belcari, Paola; Sartor, Paolo; Sanchez, Pilar; Demestre, Montserrat; Tsangridis, Alexis; Leondarakis, Panagiotis; Lefkaditou, Eugenia; Papaconstantinou, Costas

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Free Content Are 28s rDNA and 18s rDNA informative for cephalopod phylogeny?
pp. 197-208(12)
Authors: Bonnaud, L.; Saihi, A.; Boucher-Rodoni, R.

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Free Content Pelagic cephalopods of the Arabian Sea with an emphasis on Sthenoteuthis oualaniensis
pp. 209-221(13)
Authors: Chesalin, Michael V.; Zuyev, German V.

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Free Content Review of cephalopod fishery production and long term changes in fish communities in the Gulf of Thailand
pp. 223-238(16)
Authors: Chotiyaputta, Cherdchinda; Nootmorn, Praulai; Jirapunpipat, Kanchana

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Free Content Distribution of cephalopods from plankton surveys around the British Isles
pp. 239-254(16)
Authors: Collins, Martin A.; Yau, Cynthia; Boyle, Peter R.; Friese, Dagmar; Piatkowski, Uwe

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Free Content Review of Soviet/Russian studies on squids in the Antarctic Ocean
pp. 255-267(13)
Author: Filippova, Julia A.

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Free Content Loliginid and ommastrephid stock prediction in Greek waters using time series analysis techniques
pp. 269-287(19)
Authors: Georgakarakos, S.; Haralabous, J.; Valavanis, V.; Arvanitidis, C.; Koutsoubas, D.; Kapantagakis, A.

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Free Content Morphological variation in males of Vulcanoctopus hydrothermalis (Mollusca, Cephalopoda)
pp. 289-298(10)
Authors: González, Angel F.; Guerra, Angel; Rocha, Francisco; Briand, Patrick

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Free Content Cephalopod paralarvae around tropical seamounts and oceanic islands off the north-eastern coast of Brazil
pp. 313-330(18)
Authors: Haimovici, Manuel; Piatkowski, Uwe; dos Santos, Roberta Aguiar

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Free Content Optimal harvest strategies for single-cohort squid populations
pp. 371-381(11)
Authors: Hill, Simeon; Agnew, David J.

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Free Content Ovary maturation and fecundity of the squid Loligo gahi on the southeast shelf of the Falkland Islands
pp. 449-464(16)
Authors: Laptikhovsky, Vladimir V.; Arkhipkin, Alexander I.; Middleton, David A. J.; Butcher, Lian R.

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Free Content Cephalopod production from the waters around Taiwan
pp. 465-471(7)
Author: Lu, C. C.

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Free Content Allozyme genetic variability and gene flow in Octopus vulgaris (Cephalopoda, Octopodidae) from the Mediterranean Sea
pp. 473-486(14)
Authors: Maltagliati, Ferruccio; Belcari, Paola; Casu, Daniela; Casu, Marco; Sartor, Paolo; Vargiu, Giovanni; Castelli, Alberto

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Free Content Biological variation of Loligo vulgaris (Cephalopoda: Loliginidae) in the Eastern Atlantic and Mediterranean
pp. 515-534(20)
Authors: Moreno, A.; Pereira, J.; Arvanitidis, C.; Robin, J.-P.; Koutsoubas, D.; Perales-Raya, C.; Cunha, M. M.; Balguerias, E.; Denis, V.

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