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Redbook (1958-1979)

The ICNAF Redbook series commenced in 1958 for the purpose of documenting the reports of the Commission's Standing Committee on Research and Statistics (STACRES) in a form appropriate for distribution to scientists and others engaged in the activities of the Commission. The first issue was entitled "Selected Reports of the Standing Committee on Research and Statistics for the 1958 and 1956 Annual Meetings", and the issues of 1959 to 1961 were similarly named. These reports were bound with red covers and by 1962 they became known as "Redbook", the name which was assigned to the series for subsequent issues. In addition to the STACRES reports, the issues of 1959 to 1961 contain a number of papers selected from documents presented to the annual meetings of these years. 

In 1962 and subsequently up to 1973, the Redbook was issued annually in three parts: Part I contains the reports of STACRES, its Subcommittees and Working Groups; Part II contains national research reports and Part III contains selected papers from the annual meetings. In 1967, a special volume of Redbook, namely Part IV, was issued, containing selected papers from a special meeting of the Environmental Subcommittee in May 1967 on "Fluctuations in Sea and Air Temperatures in the ICNAF Area since 1950". 

At the 1974 Annual Meeting, STACRES recommended that the publication of Part II and Part III of Redbook be discontinued, noting (a) that the national research reports which formerly appeared in Part II receive adequate circulation as Summary Documents, and (b) that selected papers which formerly appeared in Part III should be submitted to the Research Bulletin, depending on their quality and content. In 1975, the Selected Papers series was established to accomodate papers similar in quality to those published previously in Redbook Part III. In 1974 and subsequently, Redbook was issued as a single volume, containing the reports of STACRES meetings only.


31 Dec 1971

Redbook 1971

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Part I. Proceedings of STACRES
(Issued Sep 1971) (3013 kb)
ICNAF Report of Standing Committee on Research and Statistics, 1968 Annual Meeting (with 5 Appendices)
Part II. Research Reports
(Issued Nov 1971) (5035 kb)
TEMPLEMAN, W. and F. D. McCRACKEN Canadian research report, 1970
SMIDT. E. Danish research report, 1970
ALLAIN. C. and J. MORICE French research report, 1970
MEYER, A., J. MESSTORFF. K. SCHUBERT and W. LENZ Federal Republic of Germany research report, 1970
IKEDA. I. Japanese research report, 1970
CHRZAN, F. Polish research report, 1970
LlMA-DIAS, M. Portuguese research report, 1970
RUCABADO. J. and M.G. LARRAÑETA Spanish research report, 1970
KONSTANTINOV, K. G. and A.S. NOSKOV USSR research report, 1970
GARROD, D.J., G.A. ROBINSON, and K.A. PYEFINCH United Kingdom research report, 1970
HENNEMUTH, R.C. and J.A. POSGAY United States research report, 1970
Part III. Selected Papers
(Issued Dec 1971) (4188 kb)
TEMPLEMAN. W. Temperatures and salinities in the eastern Newfoundland area in 1970
HERMANN, F. Hydrographic conditions off West Greenland during 1970
L'HERROU. R., and J.P. MINET Environmental studies in ICNAF Div. 3P and 4V in spring 1970
BURMAKIN. V.V. and B.P. KUDLO Hydrographic conditions in the Northwest Atlantic in 1970
BOHL, H. Selection of cod by polyamide trawl codends in ICNAF Div. 4Vn
SVETLOV, I.I. Water temperature as an index of cod distribution in Subarea 1 (West Greenland)
SEREBRYAKOV, V.P. On haddock spawning in the Northwest Atlantic area
ILES, T.D. The retention inside the Bay of Fundy of herring larvae spawned off the southwest coast of Nova Scotia
HODDER, V.M. Status of the Southwest Newfoundland herring stocks, 1965-70
PODRAZHANSKAYA, S.G. Feeding and migrations of the roundnose grenadier (Macrourus rupestris) in the Northwest Atlantic and Iceland waters
SAVVATIMSKY. P.I. Studies of the age and growth of roundnose grenadier (Macrourus rupestris Gunn) in the North Atlantic, 1967-70
CHRISTENSEN. O. Observations on selectivity and relative efficiency of salmon drift nets in connection with population studies on salmon at West Greenland
CADDY, J.F. Recent scallop recruitment and apparent reduction in cull size by the Canadian fleet on Georges Bank
SERGEANT. D.E. Calculation of production of harp seals in the western North Atlantic


The status of Norwegian studies of harp seals at Newfoundland
EFANOV. V.N. Distribution and abundance of yellowtail flounder populations on Georges Bank and off southern New England according to trawl survey data
BROWN. B.R. and R.C. HENNEMUTH Prediction of yellowtail flounder population size from pre-recruit catches
HALLIDAY, R.G., A.C. KOHLER. and M.D. GROSSLEIN Comparisons of abundance indices from research vessel surveys and commercial statistics for cod and haddock in ICNAF Subarea 4
PINHORN. A.T. Accuracy of abundance indices for cod from St. Pierre Bank (ICNAF Div. 3Ps) based on Canada (Nfld.) research vessel surveys in terms of comparisons with commercial abundance indices
GROSSLEIN, M.D. Some observations on accuracy of abundance indices derived from research vessel surveys
FONTAINE. B. Commercial fishes taken on the shrimp grounds of the Northwest Atlantic
SMIDT, E. Summary report of the ICNAF NORWESTLANT Surveys, 1963
ICNAF Secretariat (J.S. BECKETT) Summary of statistics on discards, 1969

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