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The Pacific Fishery Management Council's role in salmon fisheries : report
  • Published Date:
    1978
Filetype[PDF - 3.16 MB]


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    United States, General Accounting Office,
  • Description:
    Digest -- Introduction -- Pacific Fishery Management Council's progress -- Pacific Fishery Management Council's organizational structure -- Public awareness and involvement--a vital part of council activities -- Inadequacies of data bases frustrate the development and implementation of management plans -- Effects of the council's salmon plan on various salmon fisheries -- The 28-inch minimum size limit controversy -- Basis for establishing fishing seasons and management boundaries -- Basis and impact of fishing gear restrictions -- Proposed limited entry policy for the commercial troll and charterboat ocean salmon fisheries -- Impact of treaty Indian fishing rights on the Pacific Council.

    "In response to a request from Senator Bob Packwood, GAO compiled information on the Pacific Fishery Management Council's policies as they relate to the goals outlined in the Fishery Conservation and Management Act of 1976"--Cover.

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