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1999, NAFO SCR documents, Volume 99/74., 24
The length frequency distributions (LFDs) of shrimp in the Barents Sea varies o=not only spatially but also over time. The stations are defined in four groups... 
Barents Sea | PNE | length | growth | spatial variations | statistical analysis | Pandalus borealis | marine | geographical distribution
Book
by Aaron-Morrison, Arlene P and Ackerman, Steven A and Adams, Nicolaus G and Adler, Robert F and Albanil, Adelina and Alfaro, Eric J and Allan, Rob and Alves, Lincoln M and Amador, Jorge A and Aneassen, L. M and Arendt, A and Arévalo, Juan and Arndt, Derek S and Arzhanova, N. M and Aschan, M. M and Azorin-Molina, César and Banzon, Viva and Bardin, M. U and Barichivich, Jonathan and Baringer, Molly O and Barreira, Sana and Baxter, Stephen and Bazo, Juan and Becker, Aneas and Bedka, Kristopher M and Behrenfeld, Michael J and Bell, Gerald D and Belmont, M and Benedetti, Angela and Bernhard, G and Berrisford, Paul and Berry, David I and Bettolli, María L and Bhatt, Uma S and Bidegain, Mario and Bill, Brian D and Billheimer, Sam and Bissolli, Peter and Blake, Eric S and Blunden, Jessica and Bosilovich, Michael G and Boucher, Olivier and Boudet, Dagne R and Box, Jason E and Boyer, Tim and Braathen, Geir O and Bromwich, David H and Brown, R and Bulygina, Olga N and Burgess, D and Calderón, Blanca and Camargo, Suzana J and Campbell, Jayaka D and Cappelen, J and Carrasco, Gualberto and Carter, Brendan R and Chambers, Don P and Chandler, Elise and Christiansen, Hanne H and Christy, John R and Chung, Daniel and Chung, E.S and Cinque, Kathy and Clem, Kyle R and Coelho, Caio A and Cogley, J.G and Coldewey-Egbers, Melanie and Colwell, Steve and Cooper, Owen R and Copland, L and Cosca, Catherine E and Cross, Jessica N and Crotwell, Molly J and Crouch, Jake and Davis, Sean M and De Eyto, Elvira and De Jeu, Richard A.M and De Laat, Jos and Degasperi, Curtis L and Degenstein, Doug and Demircan, M and Derksen, C and Destin, Dale and Di Girolamo, Larry and Di Giuseppe, F and Diamond, Howard J and Dlugokencky, Ed J and Dohan, Kathleen and Dokulil, Martin T and Dolgov, A. V and Dolman, A. Johannes and Domingues, Catia M and Donat, Markus G and Dong, Shenfu and Dorigo, Wouter A and Dortch, Quay and Doucette, Greg and zdov, Dmitry S and Ducklow, Hugh and Dunn, Robert J.H and ... and Pacific Northwest National Lab. (PNNL), Richland, WA (United States) and Teknisk-naturvetenskapliga vetenskapsområdet and Biologiska sektionen and Uppsala universitet and Institutionen för ekologi och genetik and Limnologi
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, ISSN 0003-0007, 08/2017, Volume 98, Issue 8, pp. Si - S280
Journal Article
by Aaron-Morrison, A.P and Ackerman, S.A and Adams, N.G and Adler, R.F and Albanil, A and Alfaro, E.J and Allan, R and Alves, L.M and Amador, J.A and Aneassen, L.M and Arendt, A and Arévalo, J and Arndt, D.S and Arzhanova, N.M and Aschan, M.M and Azorin-Molina, C and Banzon, V and Bardin, M.U and Barichivich, J and Baringer, M.O and Barreira, S and Baxter, S and Bazo, J and Becker, A and Bedka, K.M and Behrenfeld, M.J and Bell, G.D and Belmont, M and Benedetti, A and Bernhard, G and Berrisford, P and Berry, D.I and Bettolli, M.L and Bhatt, U.S and Bidegain, M and Bill, B.D and Billheimer, S and Bissolli, P and Blake, E.S and Blunden, J and Bosilovich, M.G and Boucher, O and Boudet, D and Box, J.E and Boyer, T and Braathen, G.O and Bromwich, D.H and Brown, R and Bulygina, O.N and Burgess, D and Calderón, B and Camargo, S.J and Campbell, J.D and Cappelen, J and Carrasco, G and Carter, B.R and Chambers, D.P and Chandler, E and Christiansen, H.H and Christy, J.R and Chung, D and Chung, E.-S and Cinque, K and Clem, K.R and Coelho, C.A and Cogley, J.G and Coldewey-Egbers, M and Colwell, S and Cooper, O.R and Copland, L and Cosca, C.E and Cross, J.N and Crotwell, M.J and Crouch, J and Davis, S.M and De Eyto, E and De Jeu, R.A.M and De Laat, J and Degasperi, C.L and Degenstein, D and Demircan, M and Derksen, C and Destin, D and Di Girolamo, L and Di Giuseppe, F and Diamond, H.J and Dlugokencky, E.J and Dohan, K and Dokulil, M.T and Dolgov, A.V and Dolman, A.J and Domingues, C.M and Donat, M.G and Dong, S and Dorigo, W.A and Dortch, Q and Doucette, G and zdov, D.S and Ducklow, H and Dunn, R.J.H and ... and Pacific Northwest National Lab. (PNNL), Richland, WA (United States)
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, ISSN 0003-0007, 2016, Volume 97, Issue 8, pp. S1 - S275
In 2015, the dominant greenhouse gases released into Earth’s atmosphere—carbon dioxide, methane, and nitrous oxide—all continued to reach new high levels. At... 
MADDEN-JULIAN OSCILLATION | COUPLED KELVIN WAVES | MASS-BALANCE OBSERVATIONS | SOUTHERN VICTORIA LAND | WESTERN NORTH PACIFIC | TROPOSPHERIC OZONE VARIABILITY | SEA-SURFACE TEMPERATURE | MERIDIONAL OVERTURNING CIRCULATION | ANTARCTIC BOTTOM WATER | TROPICAL CYCLONE INTENSITY | METEOROLOGY & ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES
Journal Article
2005, 05/90., Volume 5/90., 13
The shrimp fishery in the Barents Sea started in the early 1970s. The catch increased to 128 000 tons in 1984 and decreased to 43 000 tons in 1987. Since the... 
Spitsbergen | shrimp fisheries | marine water | Barents Sea | fishery surveys | Norway | PNE | fishery management | Pandalus borealis | catch statistics | catch/effort | trawling
Book
2005, NAFO SCR documents, Volume 5/97., 12
The stock assessment of shrimp (Pandalus borealis) in the Barents Sea is problematic because of lack of direct methods to assess shrimp age and absolute... 
biomass | marine water | Barents Sea | PNE | food consumption | predation | stomach content | Pandalus borealis | natural mortality | stock assessment | Gadus morhua
Book
1999, 99/78., Volume 99/78., 13
Modal analyses (MIX 3.0) of carapace length reveals variations in growth and age at first female maturation of shrimp, Pandalus borealis, in Svalbard. The... 
Spitsbergen | sexual maturity | carapace | PNE | temperature effects | length | water temperature | age composition | marine | Norway | growth | Pandalus borealis | parameters | size distribution
Book
1997, ICES CM (International Council for the Exploration of the Sea. Theme Session on Synthesis and Critical Evaluation of Research Surveys), Volume 1997/Y:07., 24
Trawl surveys for shrimp have been conducted annually in the Barents Sea and the Svalbard area since 1980 by Norwegian research institutes. The surveys have... 
marine water | fishery surveys | carapace | PNE | abundance | length | age groups | population density | Barents Sea | Svalbard | growth | Pandalus borealis | trawling
Book
1997, 97/91., Volume 97/91., 7
It is the aim of the present analysis to explore the possibility of applying the links between 3M and the Barents Sea and Svalbard area to improve the... 
shrimp fisheries | biomass | marine water | fishery surveys | ANW | Flemish Cap | Pandalus borealis | catch/effort
Book
by Aaron-Morrison, Arlene P and Ackerman, Steven A and Adams, Nicolaus G and Adler, Robert F and Albanil, Adelina and Alfaro, Eric J and Allan, Rob and Alves, Lincoln M and Amador, Jorge A and Aneassen, L. M and Arendt, A and Arévalo, Juan and Arndt, Derek S and Arzhanova, N. M and Aschan, M. M and Azorin-Molina, César and Banzon, Viva and Bardin, M. U and Barichivich, Jonathan and Baringer, Molly O and Barreira, Sana and Baxter, Stephen and Bazo, Juan and Becker, Aneas and Bedka, Kristopher M and Behrenfeld, Michael J and Bell, Gerald D and Belmont, M and Benedetti, Angela and Bernhard, G and Berrisford, Paul and Berry, David I and Bettolli, María L and Bhatt, Uma S and Bidegain, Mario and Bill, Brian D and Billheimer, Sam and Bissolli, Peter and Blake, Eric S and Blunden, Jessica and Bosilovich, Michael G and Boucher, Olivier and Boudet, Dagne R and Box, Jason E and Boyer, Tim and Braathen, Geir O and Bromwich, David H and Brown, R and Bulygina, Olga N and Burgess, D and Calderón, Blanca and Camargo, Suzana J and Campbell, Jayaka D and Cappelen, J and Carrasco, Gualberto and Carter, Brendan R and Chambers, Don P and Chandler, Elise and Christiansen, Hanne H and Christy, John R and Chung, Daniel and Chung, E.S and Cinque, Kathy and Clem, Kyle R and Coelho, Caio A and Cogley, J.G and Coldewey-Egbers, Melanie and Colwell, Steve and Cooper, Owen R and Copland, L and Cosca, Catherine E and Cross, Jessica N and Crotwell, Molly J and Crouch, Jake and Davis, Sean M and De Eyto, Elvira and De Jeu, Richard A.M and De Laat, Jos and Degasperi, Curtis L and Degenstein, Doug and Demircan, M and Derksen, C and Destin, Dale and Di Girolamo, Larry and Di Giuseppe, F and Diamond, Howard J and Dlugokencky, Ed J and Dohan, Kathleen and Dokulil, Martin T and Dolgov, A. V and Dolman, A. Johannes and Domingues, Catia M and Donat, Markus G and Dong, Shenfu and Dorigo, Wouter A and Dortch, Quay and Doucette, Greg and zdov, Dmitry S and Ducklow, Hugh and Dunn, Robert J.H and ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, ISSN 0003-0007, 08/2016, Volume 97, Issue 8, pp. S1 - S275
In 2015, the dominant greenhouse gases released into Earth’s atmosphere—carbon dioxide, methane, and nitrous oxide—all continued to reach new high levels. At... 
Journal Article
by Aaron-Morrison, Arlene P and Ackerman, Steven A and Adams, Nicolaus G and Adler, Robert F and Albanil, Adelina and Alfaro, E.J and Allan, Rob and Alves, Lincoln M and Amador, Jorge A and Andreassen, L.M and Arendt, A and Arévalo, Juan and Arndt, Derek S and Arzhanova, N.M and Aschan, M.M and Azorin-Molina, César and Banzon, Viva and Bardin, M.U and Barichivich, Jonathan and Baringer, Molly O and Barreira, Sandra and Baxter, Stephen and Bazo, Juan and Becker, Andreas and Bedka, Kristopher M and Behrenfeld, Michael J and Bell, Gerald D and Belmont, M and Benedetti, Angela and Bernhard, G and Berrisford, Paul and Berry, David I and Bettolli, María L and Bhatt, U.S and Bidegain, Mario and Bill, Brian D and Billheimer, Sam and Bissolli, Peter and Blake, Eric S and Blunden, Jessica and Bosilovich, Michael G and Boucher, Olivier and Boudet, Dagne and Box, J.E and Boyer, Tim and Braathen, Geir O and Bromwich, David H and Brown, R and Bulygina, Olga N and Burgess, D and Calderón, Blanca and Camargo, Suzana J and Campbell, Jayaka D and Cappelen, J and Carrasco, Gualberto and Carter, Brendan R and Chambers, Don P and Chandler, Elise and Christiansen, Hanne H and Christy, John R and Chung, Daniel and Chung, E.-S and Cinque, Kathy and Clem, Kyle R and Coelho, Caio A and Cogley, J.G and Coldewey-Egbers, Melanie and Colwell, Steve and Cooper, Owen R and Copland, L and Cosca, Catherine E and Cross, Jessica N and Crotwell, Molly J and Crouch, Jake and Davis, Sean M and De Eyto, Elvira and De Jeu, Richard A. M and De Laat, Jos and Degasperi, Curtis L and Degenstein, Doug and Demircan, M and Derksen, C and Destin, Dale and Di Girolamo, Larry and Di Giuseppe, F and Diamond, Howard J and Dlugokencky, Ed J and Dohan, Kathleen and Dokulil, Martin T and Dolgov, A.V and Dolman, A. Johannes and Domingues, Catia M and Donat, Markus G and Dong, Shenfu and Dorigo, Wouter A and Dortch, Quay and Doucette, Greg and Drozdov, D.S and Ducklow, Hugh and Dunn, Robert J. H and ... and Stockholms universitet and Naturvetenskapliga fakulteten and Meteorologiska institutionen (MISU)
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, ISSN 0003-0007, 07/2015, Volume 96, Issue 7, pp. S1 - S267
Journal Article
Nature Climate Change, ISSN 1758-678X, 07/2015, Volume 5, Issue 7, pp. 673 - 677
Arctic marine ecosystems are warming twice as fast as the global average(1). As a consequence of warming, many incoming species experience increasing... 
POLAR COD | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | FISHERIES | ASSEMBLAGE | TEMPERATURE | CLIMATE-CHANGE | ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES | ATLANTIC COD | IMPACTS | METEOROLOGY & ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES | BARENTS SEA
Journal Article
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, ISSN 0027-8424, 11/2017, Volume 114, Issue 46, pp. 12202 - 12207
Journal Article
2000, 2000/N:32., Volume 2000/N:32., 19
The shrimp spawn in autumn and the eggs are carried as out roe by the females until spring when the larvae hatch. Within a period of 2-3 months the shrimp... 
temporal distribution | marine water | Barents Sea | recruitment | PNE | Pandalus borealis | geographical distribution
Book
2000, 2000/R:07., Volume 2000/R:07., 16
Shrimp has pelagic larvae and the time and location of larval settling are critical components for a successful recruitment to the population. Shrimp larvae... 
experimental research | recruitment | larvae | behaviour | Pandalus borealis
Book
1996, ICES CM (International Council for the Exploration of the Sea. Shellfish Committee), Volume 1996/K:6., 18
The results of the Russian and Norwegian surveys for shrimp, Pandalus borealis, in the Barents Sea and the Svalbard area in 1995 are discussed in this paper.... 
Spitsbergen | biomass | Barents Sea | fishery surveys | Norway | PNE | abundance | males | Pandalus borealis | marine
Book
1995, 1995/K:11., Volume 1995/K:11., 17
The results of the Russian and Norwegian surveys for shrimp,, Pandalus borealis, in the Barents Sea and the Svalbard area in 1994 are discussed in this paper.... 
Spitsbergen | biomass | PNE | temperature effects | predation | water temperature | marine | fisheryy surveys | Barents Sea | Norway | Pandalus borealis | stock assessment | sex ratio
Book
Journal Article
1994, 1994/K:37., Volume 1994/K:37., 20
The results of the Russian and Norwegian surveys for shrimp, Pandalus borealis, in the Barents Sea and the Svalbard area in 1993 are discussed in this paper.... 
Spitsbergen | biomass | Barents Sea | fishery surveys | Norway | PNE | Pandalus borealis | marine | size distribution | sex ratio | stock assessment
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