The world's biggest squid fishing community.
Aomori-ken Suisan Shikenj*o. (1983). Gaiy*osei ika (surumeika akaika) ni kansuru seibutsu sokutei, hy*oshiki h*ory*u, kaiy*o kansoku kiso shiry*osh*u. [Nishitsugaru-gun Ajigasawa-machi], Aomori-ken Suisan Shikenj*o.
Australia. Squid Marketing Mission to Japan and Republic of Korea 1980. and Australia. Dept. of Trade and Resources. (1981). Squid marketing mission to Japan and Republic of Korea. Canberra, Australian Government Publishing Service.
Bernard, F. R. (1980). Preliminary report on the potential commercial squid of British Columbia. Nanaimo, British Columbia, Department of Fisheries and OCeans.
Bunting, E. (1981). The giant squid. New York, Messner.
Presents information about a number of sightings of the giant squid, a creature of the deep about whom very little is known, although squid lengths of up to sixty feet have been recorded.
Burukovsky, R. N., M. Foerman Yu, et al. (1984). Reproductive biology and scale of maturity stages of reproductive system of female squid (Illex Illecebrosus), NAFO.
Caddy, J. F. and N. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United (1983). Advances in assessment of world cephalopod resources = Progrès réalisés dans l'évaluation des ressources mondiales de céphalopodes = Progresos realizados en la evaluación mundial de cefalópodos. Rome, Food and Agriculture Organization.
Canada Department of Fisheries and, O. (1981). Abundance and distribution of fish and squid from E E Prince Trawl Surveys in the Southern Gulf of St Lawrence 1970-79, Fisheries and Oceans.
Canada Department of Fisheries and, O. (1984). Report on a Canadian commercial fishery for flying squid using drifting gill nets off the coast of British Columbia, Fisheries and Oceans.
Clarke, M. R. (1980). Cephalopoda in the diet of sperm whales of the southern hemisphere and their bearing on sperm whale biology. Godalming, Institute of Oceanographic Sciences.
Coleman, N. (1982). The occurrence of arrow squid Nototodarus gouldi (McCoy,1888) in the diets of commercially exploited fish off the coast of Victoria. Queenscliffe,Vic., Marine Science Laboratories.
Hamabe, M., C. Hamuro, et al. (1982). Squid jigging from small boats. Farnham, Surrey, England, Published by arrangement with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations by Fishing News Books Ltd.
Heppell, D., S. M. Smith, et al. (1983). Recent Cephalopoda in the collections of the Royal Scottish Museum, Edinburgh. Edinburgh, Scotland, Royal Scottish Museum.
Hixon, R. F. (1981). Growth, reproductive biology, distribution and abundance of three species of loliginid squid in the northwest Gulf of Mexico. Ann Arbor, Mich., University Microfilms International: Microfiche. 3 cards (221p.).
Hotta, M., Infofish, et al. (1983). The international market for cephalopods. Kuala Lumpur, INFOFISH.
Hughes, D. (1981). A study of the low temperature transport properties of molybdenum and tungsten alloys using a squid picovoltmeter, Leeds.
Institute, U. S. S. R. A. o. S. Z. (1983). Taxonomy and ecology of cephalopoda: scientific papers. Leningrad, U S S R Academy of Sciences.
Janssen, A. W. and P. Muller (1984). Miocene Decapoda and Mollusca from Ramsel (province of Antwerpen, Belgium), with a new crab genus and a new cephalopod species. Leiden, Rijksmuseum van Geologie en Mineralogie.
Ke, P. J. (1983). Freshness preservation of Canadian Atlantic crab (Chionoecetes opilio), scallop (Placopecten magellanicus), squid (Illex illecebrosus) and sea cucumber (Cucumaria frondosa). Halifax,Nova Scotia, Canada Dept. of Fisheries and Oceans.
Kinne, O. (1980). Diseases of marine animals. Chichester [Eng.]; New York, J. Wiley.
Kleinzeller, A. and P. F. Baker (1984). Current topics in membranes and transport. Orlando, Fla.; London, Academic Press.
Klett Traulsen, A. (1981). Estado actual de la pesquería del calamar gigante en el Estado de Baja California Sur. México, Departamento de Pesca Centro de Investigaciones Pesqueras de La Paz, B.C.S.
Kristensen, T. K. (1984). Biology of the squid Gonatus fabricii (Lichtenstein, 1818) from west Greenland waters. Copenhagen, Commission for Scientific Research in Greenland.
Kristensen, T. K. and G. Denmark. Kommissionen for videnskabelige undersøgelser i (1984). Biology of the squid, Gonatus fabriccii (Lichtenstein, 1818) from West Greenland waters. Copenhagen, Kommissionen for Videnskabelige Undersogelser i Gronland.
Kuroda, T. and T. Habe (1981). A Catalogue of molluscs of Wakayama Prefecture, the Province of Kii. [Kyoto], The Laboratory.
Lange, A. M. T., K. L. Johnson, et al. (1981). Dorsal mantle length-total weight relationships of squids Loligo pealei and Illex illecebrosus from the Atlantic coast of the United States. Seattle, Wash., U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Marine Fisheries Service.
Langille Sharon, M. (1983). Physical and Chemical changes in Postmortem Squid, Technical University of Nova Scotia.
Macy, W. K. (1981). The ecology of the common squid Loligo pealei Lesueur, 1821 in Rhode Island waters. Ann Arbor, University Microfilms International: Microfiche. 3 cards (236p.).
Matilda, C. E. (1981). Bibliography of the biology of squids of the family loliginidae with selected references to Cephalopod processing. Australia, Fisheries Research branch qld dept of primary industries.
Moynihan, M. and A. F. Rodaniche (1982). The behavior and natural history of the Caribbean reef squid Sepioteuthis sepioidea: with a consideration of social, signal and defensive patterns for difficult and dangerous environments. Berlin, Paul Parey.
New Zealand. Dept. of Lands and Survey. (1983). New Zealand territorial sea and exclusive economic zone. Wellington, N.Z., Dept. of Lands and Survey.
Niven, B. S., M. G. Stewart, et al. (1983). The precise environment of some well-known animals. XXI, The Pacific coast squid (Loligo opalescens). Brisbane, School of Australian Environmental Studies, Griffith University.
O'Dor, R. K. a., E. Vessey, et al. (1980). Factors affecting fecundity and larval distribution in the squid Illex Illecebrosus, NAFO.
Polglase, J. L., A. M. Bullock, et al. (1984). Wound healing and the haemocyte response in the skin of the Lesser octopus Eledone cirrhosa (Mollusca: Cephalopoda). Oban, Scottish Marine Biological Association.
Ratcliffe, N. A. and A. F. Rowley (1983). Invertebrate blood cells. London; New York, Academic Press.
Roberts, P. E. (1982). The distribution and abundance of arrow squid Nototodarus gouldi (McCoy,1888) and major predators in relation to water circulation and nutrient enrichment in Victorian coastal waters. Queenscliff, Vic., Marine Science Laboratories.
Schultz, J. S. F. T. W. and B. Regardz (1981). Calamari cookbook: exploring the world's cuisines with squid. Santa Cruz, CA, Orenda/Unity Press.
Senior, J. R. (1981). Directory of world cephalopod workers. Durham, University of Durham.
Shibata, K. (1980). Preliminary study on squid fishing around Phuket waters, South East Asian Fisheries Development Centre.
Squid Marketing Mission to Japan and Republic of Korea (Australia) (1981). Report of Squid Marketing Mission to Japan and Republic of Korea, July-August 1980. Canberra, Australian Government Publishing Service.
Stone, D. M. (1983). Proceedings of the Workshop on the Biology and Resource Potential of Cephalopods, Melbourne,Australia, 9-13 March,1981. Melbourne, National Museum.
Terreni, G., p. Centro studi sulla, et al. (1981). Molluschi conchiferi del mare antistante la costa toscana: gastropoda, scaphopoda, amphineura, bivalvia, cephalopoda. Livorno, G. Terreni.
West Coast Fisheries Development, F. and P. Oregon State University Sea Grant Marine Advisory (1983). West coast squid symposium: Papers. Oregon State University, West Coast Fisheries Development Foundation.
West Coast Squid, S. and F. West Coast Fisheries Development (1983). The proceedings of the West Coast Squid Symposium. 1983 Newport, Oregon, Portland, Or.
Wilson, J. R. (1982). Alaska underutilised species: Volume 1. Squid. Fairbanks, Alaska, Alaska Sea Grant College Program, University of Alaska.