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2014 ocean salmon fisheries management measures (XRIN 0648-XD072)
  • Published Date:
    2014
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2014 ocean salmon fisheries management measures (XRIN 0648-XD072)
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  • Corporate Authors:
    Pacific Fishery Management Council (U.S.) ; United States, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration., Office of Program Planning and Integration, ;
  • Description:
    Environment assessments: Part 1 for 2014 ocean salmon fishery regulations (Regulation identifier number 0648-XD072) based on Preseason report I, stock abundance analysis / Pacific Fishery Management Council. April 2014 ("February" crossed) -- Part 2, proposed alternatives for 2014 ocean salmon fishery regulations (Regulation identifier number 0648-XD072) based on Preseason report II. April 2014 ("March" crossed) / Pacific Fishery Management Council -- Part 3 for 2014 ocean salmon fishery regulations (Regulation identifier number 0648-XD072) based on Preseason report III, Council adopted management measures / Pacific Fishery Management Council. April 2014.

    "The development of annual management measures for west coast salmon fisheries is a well-documented and public process. Alternatives for annual management measures are developed at the March meeting of the Pacific Fishery Management Council (Council). At this meeting, the previous year's fisheries are reviewed, and alternatives are developed for the current year's fisheries after considering projected stock abundances, conservation objectives in the Fishery Management Plan (FMP), and compliance with the Endangered Species Act (ESA), Marine Mammal Protection Act (MMPA), and other relevant laws, as well as international agreements under the Pacific Salmon Treaty (PST). Public meetings are held in Washington, Oregon, and California in late March to give the public the opportunity to provide comments on the alternatives. The Council meets again in April to consider public and agency input on the alternatives and to develop and adopt a preferred alternative. Environmental impacts of the preferred alternative are within the range of impacts analyzed for the preliminary alternatives, although new fisheries data developed between March and April, especially regarding fisheries north of Cape Falcon, may require modification of the range of impacts"--Preface.

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  • Funding:
    Funding: NOAA; grant number: FNA10NMF4410014;
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