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Krill flux, acoustic methodology and penguin foraging - an integrated study.

Australian Antarctic Data Centre
NICOL, STEPHEN ; PAULY, TIM
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These data have been aggregated together with other acoustics data, and are available via the metadata record, 'AAD Hydroacoustics hard disks - data collected from Southern Ocean cruises 1993-2004' (AAD_Hydroacoustics_data).

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---- Public Summary from Project ----
This project is designed to provide an understanding of the interactions between krill, other zooplankton, the physical environment and the predators dependent on krill. This will directly address a number of pressing problems facing CCAMLR (the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources) in its attempts to manage the krill fishery using an 'ecosystem approach'.

Expected outcomes:
As a result of logistic operations (i.e. diversion to Casey) the 29 days on site allocated to this work was reduced to 10 days. Hence only a fraction of the intended program of work was conducted.

Acoustics:
Acoustics data (for 38, 120, 200kHz) was collected for the top 250m of the water column for nine and a half of the planned 13 transects in our 60 x 60 nautical mile survey region.

Issued: 2000-08-11

Data time period: 2001-01-14 to 2001-01-22

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64.5,-66 64.5,-67 62.7,-67 62.7,-66 64.5,-66

63.6,-66.5

text: northlimit=-66; southlimit=-67; westlimit=62.7; eastLimit=64.5; projection=WGS84

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