Literature References

Authorssort descendingYearTitle
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.
Anonymous1975The squid - nourishing, abundant and undervalued.
Anonymous1974Market squid characteristics and fishery development.
Anonymous1967Australian area cephalopod fisheries and marketing information.
FAO1982Squid fisheries of Thailand.
V. G. Ampola1974Squid - its potential and status as a U.S. food resource.
G. Baldrati1989Handling, marketing, and processing of cephalopods in Italy, pp. 131-136.
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.
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. Court1980Japan's squid fishing industry.
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.
S. Faria, Murphy, N., Fair, J.1982Atlantic golden rings: The development and test-marketing of a processed ring product from Illex squid.
N. F. Haard1982Utilization of squid in Canada, pp. 235-243.
D. Hartzell1983Automation in the squid processing industry, pp. 113-121.
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.
M. Hotta1976Production, trade and consumption in cephalopods and cephalopod products.
B. N. Hwang1982Republic of Korea squid fisheries.
P. B. R. James1982Remarks on the cephalopod resources of India.
J. P. Jameson1979Southern Australian squid fishery--resource, gear and methods.
N. E. Jarman1982Development of a world resource (squid), the New Zealand experience, pp. 7-19.
V. G. Jhingran1982Fish and fisheries of India, pp. 555-556, 559-560.
A. E. Peterse Jr.1982Welcoming remarks: U.S. interest on the squid fishery.
M. Juanico1982South American squid fisheries - some new aspects, pp. 245-264.
M. Juanico1980Developments in South American squid fisheries.
L. Jutkiewicz, Lipinski, M. R., Milanowski, J. M.1973The basic premises for the mechanization of the preliminary processing of squids, pp. 14-30 (English translation, 1977).
P. Kalikstein1974The marketability of squid.
P. J. Ke, Fierheller, M., Woyewoda, A. D.1979Squid drying, quality assurance and related operations.
A. Klett1982Jumbo squid fishery in the Gulf of California, Mexico, pp. 81-100.
A. Klos1983Squid handling and processing for export markets, pp. 87-96.
D. J. Kolator, Long D. P.1979The foreign squid fishery off the northeast United States coast.
T. Laevastu, Fiscus C. H.1978Review of cephalopod resources in the eastern North Pacific.
M. S. B. S. A. Latif1982Malaysian squid resources.
R. J. Learson, Ampola V. G.1982The status of squid processing and preservation technology in the northeastern Unites States, pp. 265-274.
C. M. Lee, Lee, T. C., Chichester, C. O.1973The potential uses of squid as a protien resource, pp. 243-244.
H. R. Leta1981Produccion y commercializacion del calamar en el Uruguay.
C. H. Lyles1968Historical statistics, the squid fishery.
H. R. Martins1982Biological studies of the exploited stock of Loligo forbesi (Mollusca: Cephalopoda) in the Azores.

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