Literature References

Authorssort descendingYearTitle
CECAF1980Conclusions of the preliminary meeting on cephalopods.
V. G. Ampola1974Squid - its potential and status as a U.S. food resource.
Z. Berk1974Processing squid for food.
O. Brix, Lykkeboe, G., Johansen, K.1981The significance of the linkage between the Bohr and Haldane effects in cephalopod bloods.
B. E. Brown1976Status of fishery resources and resource assessment in the area off the coast of the northeastern United States.
S. H. Clark, Brown B. E.1975Changes in biomass of finfish and squid in ICNAF Subarea 5 and Statistical Area 6 as evidenced by AlbatrossIV autumn survey data.
W. G. Court1980Japan's squid fishing industry.
L. Danke, Eggers, R., Schultz, N.1978GDR research report, 1977.
S. M. Garcia1994World review of highly migratory species and straddling stocks.
W. E. Grant, Griffin, W. L., Warren, J. P.1981A management model of the northwest African cephalopod fishery.
A. Guerra, Perez-Gandaras G.1983Las pesquerias mundiales de cefalopodos: situacion actual y perspectivas.
G. M. Hare1977Atlas of the major Atlantic coast fish and invertebrate resources adjacent to the Canada-United States boundary areas.
1974Nominal catches of individual species by division and country - 1974.
P. Kalikstein1974The marketability of squid.
C. H. Lyles1968Historical statistics, the squid fishery.
A. S. Merrill1970Symposium on Commercial Marine Mollusks of the United States; introduction and summary.
M. Miller, Kolhonen, J., Hall, G.1973Export opportunities for U.S. fishery products.
A. Paciorkowski1978Polish research report, 1977.
W. F. Rathjen1973Northwest Atlantic squids.
W. Seidler1973Catch rates of Loligo vulgaris Lamarck in the region of Cape Blanc in May 1972, pp. 117-119 (English translation, 1977).
W. C. Summers1974Natural history of the squid, pp. 5-8.
W. C. Summers1974Collection, maintenance, and population dynamics of the squid, pp. 9-17.
J. J. Veteikis1966Commercial fishing for squid.
J. R. Wilson, Gorham A. H.1982Alaska underutilized species. I. Squid.
Scratchpads developed and conceived by (alphabetical): Ed Baker, Katherine Bouton Alice Heaton Dimitris Koureas, Laurence Livermore, Dave Roberts, Simon Rycroft, Ben Scott, Vince Smith