In 1999, the Scientific Council hosted a Special Session titled "Pandalid Shrimp Fisheries - Science and Management at the Millennium". The Council invited the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES) and the North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES) to co-sponsor the Symposium . The Joint NAFO/ICES/PICES Symposium was hosted by the NAFO Scientific Council in conjunction with the NAFO 21st Annual Meeting held in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada. This volume of the Journal of Northwest Atlantic Fishery Science contains many of the papers presented at the Symposium.
The Symposium was jointly convened by P. A. Koeller (Canada-NAFO), S. Tveite (Norway-ICES) from the Institute of Marine Research, and J. Boutillier (Canada- PICES). A total of 47 papers and posters were presented of which 23 papers were accepted for publication in this issue.
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Pandalid Shrimp as Indicators of Ecosystem Regime Shift
P. J. Anderson
Relative Importance of Abiotic and Biotic Factors to the Management of the Northern Shrimp (Pandalus borealis) Fishery on the Scotian Shelf (updated 4 April 2001)
Koeller, P. A.
Influence of Particulate Organic Carbon Sedimentation within the Seasonal Sea-ice Regime on the Catch Distribution of Northern Shrimp (Pandalus borealis)
Ramseier, R. O., C. Garrity, D. G. Parsons, and P. A. Koeller
Was the Increase in Shrimp Biomass on the Northeast Newfoundland Shelf a Consequence of a Release in Predation Pressure from Cod?
Lilly, G. R., D. G. Parsons, and D. W. Kulka
NOTE: Hydrographic and Atmospheric Conditions Off East Greenland - Their Potential Effect on the Distribution of Shrimp (Pandalus borealis)
The Impact of Cod on the Dynamics of Barents Sea Shrimp (Pandalus borealis) as Determined by Multispecies Models
Berenboim, B. I., A. V. Dolgov, V. A. Korzhev, and N. A. Yaragina
An Association Between the Anemone, Cribrinopsis fernaldi, and Shrimps of the Families Hippolytidae and Pandalida
Stevens, B. G., and P. J. Anderson
Growth, Size- and Age-at-Maturity of Shrimp, Pandalus borealis, at Svalbard Related to Environmental Parameters
Hansen, H. Ø., and M. Aschan
Density Dependant Sex Change in Northern Shrimp, Pandalus borealis, on the Scotian Shelf
Koeller, P., R. Mohn, and M. Etter
Evaluating Two Assessment Methods for Gulf of Maine Northern Shrimp Based on Simulations
Cadrin, S. X.
Local-influence Method of Estimating Biomass from Trawl Surveys, with Monte Carlo Confidence Intervals
Evans, G. T., D. G. Parsons, P. J. Veitch, and D. C. Orr
The Gulf of Maine Northern Shrimp (Pandalus borealis) Fishery: A Review of the Record (updated 4 April 2001)
Clark, S. H., S. X. Cadrin, D. F. Schick, P. J. Diodati, M. P. Armstrong, and D. McCarron
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