World squid fisheries

Alexander I. Arkhipkin* (Corresponding Author), Paul G K Rodhouse, Graham J. Pierce, Warwick Sauer, Mitsuo Sakai, Louise Allcock, Juan Arguelles, John R. Bower, Gladis Castillo, Luca Ceriola, Chih Shin Chen, Xinjun Chen, Mariana Diaz-Santana, Nicola Downey, Angel F. González, Jasmin Granados Amores, Corey P. Green, Angel Guerra, Lisa C. Hendrickson, Christian IbáñezKingo Ito, Patrizia Jereb, Yoshiki Kato, Oleg N. Katugin, Mitsuhisa Kawano, Hideaki Kidokoro, Vladimir V. Kulik, Vladimir V. Laptikhovsky, Marek R. Lipinski, Bilin Liu, Luis Mariátegui, Wilbert Marin, Ana Medina, Katsuhiro Miki, Kazutaka Miyahara, Natalie Moltschaniwskyj, Hassan Moustahfid, Jaruwat Nabhitabhata, Nobuaki Nanjo, Chingis M. Nigmatullin, Tetsuya Ohtani, Gretta Pecl, J. Angel A Perez, Uwe Piatkowski, Pirochana Saikliang, Cesar A. Salinas-Zavala, Michael Steer, Yongjun Tian, Yukio Ueta, Dharmamony Vijai, Toshie Wakabayashi, Tadanori Yamaguchi, Carmen Yamashiro, Norio Yamashita, Louis D. Zeidberg

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Abstract

Some 290 species of squids comprise the order Teuthida that belongs to the molluscan Class Cephalopoda. Of these, about 30-40 squid species have substantial commercial importance around the world. Squid fisheries make a rather small contribution to world landings from capture fisheries relative to that of fish, but the proportion has increased steadily over the last decade, with some signs of recent leveling off. The present overview describes all substantial squid fisheries around the globe. The main ecological and biological features of exploited stocks, and key aspects of fisheries management are presented for each commercial species of squid worldwide. The history and fishing methods used in squid fisheries are also described. Special attention has been paid to interactions between squid fisheries and marine ecosystems including the effects of fishing gear, the role of squid in ecosystem change induced by overfishing on groundfish, and ecosystem-based fishery management.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)92-252
Number of pages161
JournalReviews in Fisheries Science and Aquaculture
Volume23
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 9 Jun 2015

Keywords

  • catch
  • Cephalopoda
  • fisheries
  • lifecycle
  • squid

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Aquatic Science
  • Ecology, Evolution, Behavior and Systematics
  • Management, Monitoring, Policy and Law

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    Arkhipkin, A. I., Rodhouse, P. G. K., Pierce, G. J., Sauer, W., Sakai, M., Allcock, L., Arguelles, J., Bower, J. R., Castillo, G., Ceriola, L., Chen, C. S., Chen, X., Diaz-Santana, M., Downey, N., González, A. F., Granados Amores, J., Green, C. P., Guerra, A., Hendrickson, L. C., ... Zeidberg, L. D. (2015). World squid fisheries. Reviews in Fisheries Science and Aquaculture, 23(2), 92-252. https://doi.org/10.1080/23308249.2015.1026226