Micronekton of the North Pacific

North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES) (2005) Micronekton of the North Pacific. Sidney, British Columbia, North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES), (PICES Scientific Report, 30)

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Abstract

1. INTRODUCTION 1.1 Working Group History 2. SPECIES COMPOSITION AND DISTRIBUTION PATTERNS RELATED TO WATER MASSES 2.1 Mesopelagic Fishes 2.1.1 Dominant families 2.1.2 Large-scale feeding and/or spawning migration or expatriation? 2.1.3 Definition of water masses 2.1.4 Species composition 2.2 Crustacean Micronekton 2.2.1 Euphausiids 2.2.2 Mysids and decapods 2.3 Cephalopod Micronekton 2.3.1 Family Enoploteuthidae 2.3.2 Family Gonatidae 2.3.3 Family Onychoteuthidae 2.3.4 Family Pyroteuthidae 2.3.5 Other cephalopods 3. VERTICAL DISTRIBUTION PATTERNS 3.1 Mesopelagic Fishes 3.1.1 Significance of diel vertical migration 3.1.2 DVM patterns 3.1.3 Ontogenetic change in DVM patterns 3.2 Crustacean Micronekton 3.3 Cephalopod Micronekton 4. BIOMASS PATTERNS 4.1 Micronektonic Fish 5. LIFE HISTORY 5.1 Fish Micronekton 5.1.1 Age and growth 5.1.2 Production 5.1.3 Reproduction 5.1.4 Mortality 5.2 Crustacean Micronekton 5.2.1 Age and growth 5.2.2 Production 5.2.3 Reproduction and early life history 5.2.4 Mortality 5.3 Cephalopod Micronekton 5.3.1 Age and growth 5.3.2 Production 5.3.3 Reproduction and early life history 5.3.4 Mortality 6. ECOLOGICAL RELATIONS 6.1 Feeding Habits 6.1.1 Fish micronekton 6.1.2 Crustacean micronekton 6.1.3 Cephalopod micronekton 6.2 Estimating the Impact of Micronekton Predation on Zooplankton 6.2.1 Predation by micronektonic fish 6.3 Predators 6.3.1 Cephalopods 6.3.2 Elasmobranchs 6.3.3 Osteichthyes 6.3.4 Seabirds 6.3.5 Pinnipeds 6.3.6 Cetaceans 6.3.7 Human consumption 6.4 Predation Rate 6.5 Ecosystem Perspectives 6.6 Interactions between Micronekton and Shallow Topographies 7. SAMPLING CONSIDERATIONS 7.1 Net Trawling 7.1.1 Sampling gears 7.1.2 Sampling of surface migratory myctophids 7.1.3 Commercial-sized trawl sampling 7.1.4 Sampling of euphausiids and pelagic decapods 7.2 Acoustic Sampling 7.2.1 Acoustic theory and usage 7.3 Video Observations (Submersible and ROV) 8. SUMMARY OF PRESENT STATE OF KNOWLEDGE 8.1 Fish Micronekton 8.2 Crustacean Micronekton 8.3 Cephalopod Micronekton 9. RECOMMENDATIONS 10. REFERENCES 11. APPENDICES (122 page document)

Item Type: Monograph or Serial Issue
Title: Micronekton of the North Pacific
Corporate Creator/Author: North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES)
Series Name: PICES Scientific Report
Number: 30
Date: 2005
Publisher: North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES)
Place of Publication: Sidney, British Columbia
Issuing Agency: North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES)
Additional Information: ISSN: 1198-273X
Uncontrolled Keywords: North Pacific Ocean
Subjects: Oceanography
Item ID: 1252
Depositing User: Mr Keyseok Choe
Date Deposited: 25 Jun 2008 01:11
Last Modified: 29 Sep 2011 20:56
URI: http://aquaticcommons.org/id/eprint/1252

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