Literature References

Authorssort descendingYearTitle
Anonymous1985Six joint ventures for squid authorized.
Anonymous1984Spanish show generates valuable export opportunities.
Anonymous1982Squid marketing.
Anonymous1982Cephalopods: edible 'monsters' from the sea.
Anonymous1981Squid handling on board - U.S. quality trials.
Anonymous1980A Report on the feasibility fishing for squid by 12 Japanese vessels in the Tasmanian waters for the 1979/80 fishing season--second year's and final report.
Anonymous1980A possible octopus fishing industry in western Australia.
Anonymous1978New Zealand squid fisheries. [combined articles]
Anonymous1975The squid - nourishing, abundant and undervalued.
Anonymous1974Squid imports hold many unstable elements, but import volume is on the rise each year.
Anonymous1974Market squid characteristics and fishery development.
Anonymous1967Australian area cephalopod fisheries and marketing information.
Anonymous1964Squid as seafood.
FAO1982Squid fisheries of Thailand.
FAO1982Japan squid fisheries.
A. A. Amir1985Democratic Yemen fisheries: cuttlefish and sea cucumber.
V. G. Ampola1974Squid - its potential and status as a U.S. food resource.
F. Arocha1989Cephalopoda resources of Venezuela.
G. Baldrati1989Handling, marketing, and processing of cephalopods in Italy, pp. 131-136.
E. Baqueiro, Kensler C. B.1978Mexican molluscan fisheries of the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean, 1970-1975.
Z. Berk1974Processing squid for food.
F. R. Bernard1981Canadian west coast flying squid experimental fishery.
D. A. Blake1982The successful introduction and promotion of a new product: grande calamari, pp. 287-294.
J. Borderias1982Technology of squid in Spain.
J. R. Botta, Downey, A. P., Lauder, J. T.1979Preservation of raw, whole short-finned squid, Illex illecebrosus, during the period from catching to processing, skin color of raw squid and sensory quality of the subsequently cooled squid.
D. E. Brown, Singh R. P.1981A machine to eviscerate and skin squid.
D. E. Brown, Singh, R. P., Coffelt, R. J.1981A system to singulate and align squid for packaging and processing.
S. Chang1962Commercial animals of China: marine mollusks, pp. 210-243. [translation]
D. Cook1983Squid.
W. G. Court1982Japan's squid market, pp. 295-316.
W. G. Court1981Recent trends in the japanese fishery for squid, Ommastrephes bartrami
W. G. Court1980Japan's squid fishing industry.
R. Crossman1982State of the art in handling, processing new product development in New Zealand, pp. 187-195.
E. G. Dawe1981Development of Newfoundland squid (Illex illecebrosus) fishery and management of the resource.
C. M. Dewees, Price R. J.1982Overview of the squid fishery on the Pacific coast of the United States, pp. 197-212.
E. M. Ehrhardt, Jacquemin, P. S., Garcia, F.1983On the fishery and biology of the giant squid, Dosidicus gigas, in the Gulf of California, Mexico.
S. Faria, Murphy, N., Fair, J.1982Atlantic golden rings: The development and test-marketing of a processed ring product from Illex squid.
W. G. Fields1950A preliminary report on the fishery and on the biology of the squid, Loligo opalescens.
E. E. C. Flores1972Handline fishing for squid in the Japan Sea.
J. R. Fontan1989Industry structure: Spain, pp. 74-77.
H. W. Frey1971California's living marine resources and their utilization.
A. Ghanahalla1989Industry structure: Mauritania, pp. 78-79.
A. Guerra1981The fishery of Octopus vulgaris off Finisterre (NW of Spain).
N. F. Haard1982Utilization of squid in Canada, pp. 235-243.
J. E. Hardwick, Spratt J. D.1979Indices of the availability of market squid, Loligo opalescens, to the Monterey Bay fishery.
D. Hartzell1983Automation in the squid processing industry, pp. 113-121.
H. Hatanaka1979Studies on the fisheries biology of common octopus off the northwest coast of Africa.
M. J. Hinks, Stanley D. W.1985Colour measurement of the squid Illex illecebrosus and its relationship to quality and chromatophore ultrastructure.
R. F. Hixon, Hanlon, R. T., Gillespie, S. M.1980Squid fishery in Texas - biological, economic and market considerations.
A. Holmsen1985The U.S. fisherman and the Spanish appetite for squid.

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Scratchpads developed and conceived by (alphabetical): Ed Baker, Katherine Bouton Alice Heaton Dimitris Koureas, Laurence Livermore, Dave Roberts, Simon Rycroft, Ben Scott, Vince Smith