Rev Fish Biol Fisheries (2007) 17:77–78 DOI 10.1007/s11160-007-9049-7 Natalie Moltschaniwskyj Æ George Jackson Æ Gretta Pecl Æ Jayson Semmens Published online: 14 March 2007 Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 2007 This volume represents some of the recent and knowledge needed to understand processes relevant issues with respect to cephalopod biol- responsible for the population and community ogy, ecology, and conservation. The 2006 Hobart patterns observed. Species descriptions and iden- triennial Cephalopod International Advisory tiﬁcation are being derived from both morpho- Council (CIAC) Symposium provided an inter- logical (Bolstad 2007; O’Shea et al. 2007; Young national forum to showcase recent advances in et al. 2007) and genetic information (Anderson cephalopod ecology and biology. CIAC 2006 was et al. 2007). A project such as the ‘‘Barcode of hosted by the University of Tasmania and the Life’’ has the potential to provide cephalopod Australian-based Fisheries Research Develop- biologists with a tool to help with systematics and ment Corporation was a major sponsor of the stock discrimination (Strugnell and Lindgren symposium. The meeting was attended by 181 2007). scientists and students from 26 countries and Species distributions are still part of our critical demonstrated that cephalopod biology continues knowledge of the interactions between the
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