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  Capelin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The capelin (Mallotus villosus Müller 1776) is a small fish of the smelt family found in the Arctic Ocean in large quantities.
Whales, seals, cod and seabirds all prey on capelin in particular during the spawning season of the capelin while it migrates southwards.
Capelin is essential as the key food of the Atlantic cod.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Capelin   (243 words)

 Capelin -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Commercially capelin is used for fish meal and (A slippery or viscous liquid or liquefiable substance not miscible with water) oil industry products, but is also appreciated as food.
Capelin (Fish eggs or egg-filled ovary; having a grainy texture) roe is considered as a high value product, particularly in (A constitutional monarchy occupying the Japanese Archipelago; a world leader in electronics and automobile manufacture and ship building) Japan.
Capelin is essential as the key food of the (One of the world's most important commercial fishes) Atlantic cod.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/c/ca/capelin.htm   (268 words)

 IML   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Capelin (Mallotus villosus) tridimensional distribution at the head of the Laurentian Channel in the St. Lawrence estuary was investigated using 38- and 120-kHz acoustic surveys in the summers of 1994, 1995, 1997, and 1998.
Capelin tidal dynamics is characterized by herding of capelin against the channel head slopes by the starting flooding currents, followed by an upwelling over the sills and shallows during maximum flood currents, and a return to the channel by the surface outflow during ebb.
Capelin (Mallotus villosus) (N=760) and herring (Clupea harengus) (N=165) were collected in the St. Lawrence estuary during the summer of 1994 and 1995 to examine the importance of pelagic fish in transmission of Anisakis simplex to cetaceans.
www.qc.dfo-mpo.gc.ca /iml/bibliographie/anglais_bk2/SpeciesIML43.htm   (3664 words)

 Borstad Associates Ltd. - Main Template
Capelin schools near the surface and close to shore are easily identified by their gray-blue color, well-defined shapes, and movements.
The capelin fishery was very small in 1994 and did not open in 1995 due to the high proportion of small females in the spawning biomass which did not meet Japanese market expectations for large females.
A typical pattern of increasing area of capelin schools during the spawning season in coastal waters is shown for the transect in Trinity Bay for July 7-19, 1994 (Figures 5 and 6).
www.borstad.com /papers/capelin-paper.html   (2826 words)

 Offshore / Inshore Fisheries Development & Technologies: Species - Capelin
While the distribution of young capelin is not well defined, the distribution and migration patterns of adults are better known and spawning stocks of capelin have been identified.
Capelin have been documented as a food for many commercially important species and probably are eaten by many other species as well.
The fishery fleet followed the capelin as they moved to their spawning grounds; however, because the foreign vessels were not allowed in Canadian waters, they followed the Southeast Shoal capelin stock to its spawning grounds where the fishery on spawning capelin continued into July.
www.mi.mun.ca /mi-net/fishdeve/capelin.htm   (2326 words)

 USS Capelin (SS-289) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
USS Capelin (SS-289), a Gato-class submarine, was the only ship of the United States Navy to be named for the capelin, a small fish of the smelt family.
Capelin returned to Darwin, Australia, with a defective conning tower hatch mechanism, excessively noisy bow planes, and a defective radar tube.
These flaws were corrected, and Capelin put out on her second war patrol 17 November 1943, in the Molukka Sea and Celebes Sea, and she was to pay particular attention to Kaoe Bay, Morotai Strait, Davao Gulf, and trade routes in the vicinity of Siaoe Island, Sangi Island, Talaud Islands and Sarangani Island.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/USS_Capelin_(SS-289)   (443 words)

 Responsible Fisheries - Stocks - Capelin
Capelin is widespread in the oceans of the northern hemisphere.
Capelin is caught by capelin purse seine and it is presently the largest fish stock in Icelandic waters.
As the stock of capelin migrates to the southwest coast of Iceland in March for spawning it meets a large number of cod, ready for the feast.
www.fisheries.is /stocks/capelin.htm   (362 words)

The capelin exhibits a pronounced sexual dimorphism; the male has much the longer pectoral fins; and the base of his anal is elevated on a pronounced hump, whereas it follows the general outline of the belly in the female.
The capelin is transparent olive to bottle green above, like a smelt, but its sides are uniformly silvery below the lateral line and the scales are dotted at the margins with minute dusky specks (in the smelt there is a distinct silvery band on each side); the belly is white.
Capelin are most in evidence during the spawning season, when they come inshore in multitudes along arctic-subarctic coasts.
www.gma.org /fogm/Mallotus_villosus.htm   (990 words)

Capelin (traditional Newfoundland spelling 'caplin') are the most important forage species in the Northwest Atlantic providing a vital link in the food chain between plankton and larger animals.
Capelin are a cold water, pelagic, schooling species inhabiting Arctic and sub-Arctic seas in the Atlantic and the Pacific.
Biologists believe that the spawning area was a beach during the last ice age and the capelin continued to use the area after the sea levels rose to their present height.
www.coastalsafari.com /CAPELIN.htm   (315 words)

 Research reports for Alaska Fisheries Science Center's RACE Division  for July-Sept ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Capelin were often broadly distributed over the shallower edges of Chiniak Trough, whereas in Barnabas Trough they were found over a wide range of bottom depths and mostly in the southern portion of the trough.
Pollock and capelin echosign spatial patterns will be explored with variography and by comparison of other descriptive parameter estimates of the fish aggregations to evaluate whether the scale of patchiness changed during the study period.
Pollock and capelin are prevalent members of the coastal pelagic community whose relative abundance is associated with climate variability, and these fishes are particularly relevant to current issues involving sustainable fisheries and endangered Steller sea lions.
www.afsc.noaa.gov /Quarterly/jas2002/divrptsRACE3.htm   (1670 words)

Although capelin seldom grow larger than 20 cm in size and are short lived (3-5 years) their biomass in certain areas may reach millions of tonnes.
The tagging of adult capelin was, on the other hand, successful and results of estimates of the 1979 spawning stock abundance from the returns were on a similar level as those obtained by the acoustic method.
Since most of the capelin spawn only once and die thereafter the main management objective is to prevent the spawning stock from being fished to the level of reduced recruitment, not to mention recruitment failure.
www.fao.org /DOCREP/003/X6850B/X6850B21.htm   (4826 words)

 Species - Capelin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Icelandic capelin is one of four separate stocks in the North Atlantic.
Capelin feeds on animal plankton but is itself an important part of the diet of cod and saithe.
The total capelin catch in the 1997/98 season (July/March)was 1.2 million tonnes in 1997 and it is expected that the 1998/99 catch may reach 1.4 million tonnes.
www.icelandic.ru /ifpc_all/capelin.htm   (249 words)

 Capelin - Mallotus villosus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The capelin is a long, slender fish that rarely exceeds a length of 20 cm.
With a male at her side, the female capelin releases her eggs, which are subsequently fertilized.
Capelin occur in both the north Atlantic and Pacific and thus have a circumpolar distribution.
www.arctic.uoguelph.ca /cpl/organisms/fish/marine/smelt/capelin.htm   (475 words)

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Capelin and their eggs were eaten extensively by haddock, Melanogrammus aeglefinus, on the Southeast Shoal of the Grand Bank during times when haddock were plentiful in the area.
The emergence of capelin larvae from the beach gravel, and the onset of larval drift, is episodic and closely correlated with the occurrence of onshore winds.
Capelin larvae are mainly concentrated in the upper 50 m during the summer in eastern Canada and move to slightly deeper water in September as the surface waters cool.
fwie.fw.vt.edu /WWW/macsis/lists/M010068.htm   (5887 words)

f plankton are the main crop in the ocean, capelin are the main grazers.
Because the extent and the timing of cod migration, capelin migration and the warming of the bottom change from year to year, it can be misleading to compare one snapshot to another.
For example, capelin have normally left Division 2J before the annual groundfish survey reaches that area, so it is not surprising that cod stomachs are less full by the time the surveys gets to Hamilton Bank.
www.stemnet.nf.ca /cod/role.htm   (1918 words)

 SS-289, U.S.S. Capelin
Launched on 20 January 1943 at the Portsmouth Navy Yard, U.S.S. Capelin was the fifth submarine to be built in the Balao class.
Capelin concluded her patrol at Darwin on 15 November, where repairs were made to correct problems discovered in her short first war patrol.
During her first patrol, Capelin had experienced problems with her conning tower hatch, one of her bow planes, and her radar.
www.fleetsubmarine.com /ss-289.html   (320 words)

 USS Capelin SS-289
Capelin (SS-289) was launched 20 January 1943 by Portsmouth Navy Yard; sponsored by Mrs.
Capelin sailed from New London, Conn., 3 September 1943, bound for Brisbane, Australia, and duty with Submarine Force, Southwest Pacific.
Returning to Darwin, Australia, to refit, Capelin put out on her second war patrol 17 November 1943, eager for new successes in the same area as that in which her first patrol took place.
www.navyhistory.com /Submarine/Capelin.html   (233 words)

 capelin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The capelin is used for bait to catch codfish.
All the capelin in the town were invited to tryout.
The capelin were all angry at the tryouts, knowing they had to practice with Shane.
www.stke.k12.nf.ca /past/animals/fish/capelin.htm   (213 words)

 Capelin Media   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Capelin Media provides sound-recording services for the broadcast and music industries, working on location, in studios, and editing / mastering.
Since 1994, Capelin Media has worked on broadcast documentaries, current affairs and sport for most of the broadcast networks in this country (and a number from beyond these shores), as well as corporate work.
Located in the centre of the UK, Capelin Media is within easy range of the many of our major towns and cities.
www.concertartist.info /bios/capelin.html   (272 words)

 Capelin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The capelin is a small fish belonging to the salmon family, and is found only in the Arctic.
Capelin and herring are the key species in the Barents Sea.
Capelin is also an important raw material for the fish meal and oil industry, and some is used as food.
www.nfh.uit.no /projects/econmult/FORKLAR/capelin.html   (189 words)

 What capelin has to do   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The arrival of capelin rolling onto the beaches to lay eggs probably drove the development of the inshore cod fishery and subsistence gardening.
Capelin are an important link between the land use and the sea use," she said.
Capelin are also a crucial source of food for a whole array of species found in Newfoundland.
www.mun.ca /univrel/gazette/1995-96/Oct.17/or-cape.html   (611 words)

 Capelin Profile   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Capelin are members of the Osmeridae family of smelts.
Capelin are slender translucent olive colored, small-scalled fish that grow to a maximum length of 25 cm (10 in).
Capelin was once the primary food of cod in the North Atlantic.
library.thinkquest.org /22403/data/medium/species/capelin.html   (93 words)

 LME 20 Barents Sea LME
Predation by young herring on capelin larvae is regarded as the main cause of the recruitment failure of capelin in the Barents Sea.
As capelin are the key species of the LME, the collapse of the stock caused food shortages for higher trophic level populations such as cod, harp seals, and guillemots.
Capelin is a plankton feeder and migrates on a large scale to exploit the plankton productivity of the northern Barents Sea, trailing the retreating ice with a time delay (see Sakshaug and Skjoldal, 1989).
na.nefsc.noaa.gov /lme/text/lme20.htm   (1662 words)

 Bergen Fiskeindustri AS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Capelin is a member of the salmon family and may exist in huge quantities.
During winter and spring, capelin migrates in large concentrations to the Finnmark coast in northern Norway and to the Mumansk coast in northern Russia to spawn.
The trick is to catch enough capelin to secure next year's spawning and satisfy customer demand while the quality of the capelin is still high.
www.bergenfiskeindustri.no /eng_capelin.htm   (403 words)

 SchoolNet Digital Collections   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Capelin and their eggs are eaten extensively by haddock on the southeast shore
Capelin are also the chief food of Atlantic salmon in the northwest Atlantic.
Capelin also are frequently the food of fin whales.
collections.ic.gc.ca /stgeorges/capelinp-e.htm   (411 words)

 steve.clarke.weblog: The Capelin Are In
The Capelin Are In We went to Middle Cove beach last evening with a group from the church.
Our surname is quite unusual and in fact all the Capelin's living in Australia are descended from the same migrant family who arrived here in 1862.
The connection with the capelin fish is rather tenuous but I do have a fasination with Newfoundland through a number of novels which I have read which have been based in that territory.
steve.wedevelop.net /archives/000104.html   (352 words)

 * Capelin - (Fishing): Definition   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The capelin (Mallotus villosus Müller 1776) is a small (Any of various mostly cold-blooded aquatic vertebrates usually...
When the young atlantic salmon reach the ocean, they initially eat insects and crustaceans, but turn to herring, shrimp, capelin, and sardines for food as they age...
In the ocean, char feed on a variety of baitfish such as capelin, arctic cod, and sand lace, as well as amphiopods and Mysis shrimp...
www.bestknows.com /fishing/capelin.html   (106 words)

Her first war patrol, conducted in the Molucca, Flores, and Banda Seas between 30 October and 15 November, found her sinking a 3,127-ton Japanese cargo ship on 11 November off Ambon Island.
Capelin was never heard from again; radio silence was broken in the attempt to reach her on 9 December, but without success.
Japanese records studied after the war listed an attack on a supposed United States submarine on 23 November, off Kaoe Bay, Halmahera, but the evidence of an actual contact was slight, and the action was incomplete.
www.history.navy.mil /danfs/c3/capelin.htm   (245 words)

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