| Reducing capacity in U.S. managed fisheries an analysis of overcapacity and the cost of a vessel buyback program determined that substantial overcapacity existed in the New England and West Coast groundfish fisheries, the Atlantic swordfish and the large coastal shark fisheries, and the Gulf of Mexico shrimp fishery - :4398 | National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS)
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Reducing capacity in U.S. managed fisheries an analysis of overcapacity and the cost of a vessel buyback program determined that substantial overcapacity existed in the New England and West Coast groundfish fisheries, the Atlantic swordfish and the large coastal shark fisheries, and the Gulf of Mexico shrimp fishery
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    2006
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