Advances in squid biology, ecology and fisheries

Part II - Oegopsid squids

Rui Rosa (Editor), Ron O'Dor (Editor), Graham Pierce (Editor)

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Abstract

As with the previous volume, the aim of this book is to gather and synthesize the research conducted on the biology (early life history stages, age and growth, maturation and fecundity), ecology (distribution, migrations, diet, predators and parasites) and fisheries (fishing areas, methods, landings, management and stock assessment) of the most economically relevant oegopsid squids. This squid group dominates the pelagic, oceanic environment and large populations (namely of ommastrephids) are characteristic of the productive shelf-break oceanic boundary currents and upwelling systems, where they normally occupy epi- and mesopelagic depths. Little is known about the spawning and embryonic development of these pelagic squids. They spawn in the relatively inaccessible open sea and extrude the eggs in large gelatinous neutrally buoyant egg masses. Oegopsids play a key role on the vertical energy flow of oceanic ecosystems, acting as an important part of the biological pump from the surface to deeper waters. In fact, some species show a typical daily behavior that involves vertical migrations from near-surface waters at nightime to mesopelagic depths above or within oxygen minimum zones during the daytime. In addition to the critical role both as prey and predator in the open ocean, some species are the target of some of the world’s largest invertebrate fisheries.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationNew York
PublisherNova Science Publishers Inc
Number of pages281
ISBN (Print)9781628083378
Publication statusPublished - 2013

Publication series

NameFish, Fishing and Fisheries
PublisherNova Science Publishers

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fishery
predator
egg
biological pump
ecology
oceanic current
boundary current
stock assessment
energy flow
embryonic development
vertical migration
shelf break
open ocean
fecundity
maturation
upwelling
parasite
fishing
spawning
life history

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Rosa, R., O'Dor, R., & Pierce, G. (Eds.) (2013). Advances in squid biology, ecology and fisheries: Part II - Oegopsid squids. (Fish, Fishing and Fisheries). New York: Nova Science Publishers Inc.

Advances in squid biology, ecology and fisheries : Part II - Oegopsid squids. / Rosa, Rui (Editor); O'Dor, Ron (Editor); Pierce, Graham (Editor).

New York : Nova Science Publishers Inc, 2013. 281 p. (Fish, Fishing and Fisheries).

Research output: Book/ReportBook

Rosa, R, O'Dor, R & Pierce, G (eds) 2013, Advances in squid biology, ecology and fisheries: Part II - Oegopsid squids. Fish, Fishing and Fisheries, Nova Science Publishers Inc, New York.
Rosa R, (ed.), O'Dor R, (ed.), Pierce G, (ed.). Advances in squid biology, ecology and fisheries: Part II - Oegopsid squids. New York: Nova Science Publishers Inc, 2013. 281 p. (Fish, Fishing and Fisheries).
Rosa, Rui (Editor) ; O'Dor, Ron (Editor) ; Pierce, Graham (Editor). / Advances in squid biology, ecology and fisheries : Part II - Oegopsid squids. New York : Nova Science Publishers Inc, 2013. 281 p. (Fish, Fishing and Fisheries).
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