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An assessment of commercial fishing facilities and the potential for commercial fishing industry expansion in Santa Barbara and Ventura County harbors
  • Published Date:
    1979
Filetype[PDF - 2.74 MB]


Details:
  • Corporate Authors:
    Southwest Fisheries Center (U.S.)
  • Series:
    NOAA technical memorandum NMFS
    NOAA technical memorandum NMFS-SWR ; 001
  • Document Type:
  • Description:
    "In February, 1978, the National Marine Fisheries Service, Southwest Region and the University of California Sea Grant Marine Adivsory [sic] Program were requested by several commercial fishing interests and one port authority to examine certain aspects of the commercial fishing industry in the Channel Islands area. This analysis was intended to identify present harbor and marina facilities used by local and transient commercial fishing fleets, to identify additional facilities needed, to assess the commercial fishing and shellfish harvest, and to assess the potential for future commercial fishery development in this study area. No attempt was made to specifically address recreational boating interests in this study. However, commercial, commercial/recreational (partyboats) and recreational fisheries are often closely associated and recreational fishing has been addressed in this study only as appropriate. The conclusions in this study are intended to benefit the commercial fisherman, seafood wholesalers, coastal planning authorities and agencies, port and harbor planners, and the ultimate seafood consumer. If this study does little more than convince at least one port planner to identify and adequately provide facilities for local and transient commercial fishing fleets, a significant milestone has been accomplished" --P. 4.

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