Limited access alternatives for the Pacific groundfish fishery
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Published by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Marine Fisheries Service in Washington, D.C .
Written in English


  • Fishery management -- Pacific Ocean.,
  • Fisheries -- Licenses -- Pacific Ocean.,
  • Fishery law and legislation -- Pacific Ocean.

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Edition Notes

StatementDaniel D. Huppert, editor.
SeriesNOAA technical report NMFS -- 52.
ContributionsHuppert, Daniel D., United States. National Marine Fisheries Service., United States. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
The Physical Object
Pagination45 p. :
Number of Pages45
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14367559M

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Information on the amount of Pacific whiting and non-whiting groundfish with allocations that will be made available to the non-coop fishery when the final Pacific whiting specifications for the mothership sector is established and will be announced to the public through a Federal Register announcement and/or public notice and/or the NMFS website. Adopt Management Alternatives for Public Review. The Council adopted. and petrale sole, 4) new limited entry and open access fixed gear trip limits recommended by the and summary information on the Pacific coast groundfish fishery performance in and. the management, data collection, and enforcement of a limited access privilege program (LAPP) (16 U.S.C. (d)(2)), also called cost recovery _. Amendment 14 to the Pacific Coast Groundfish Fishery Management Plan (FMP) introduced a Permit Stacking Program to the.   The Pacific groundfish fishery. The Pacific groundfish fishery extends miles into the Pacific Ocean, along the coasts of California, Oregon, and Washington, and includes more than 90 species.

Pacific Fishery Management Council. June , The Council provided guidance on the development of alternatives to change groundfish essential fish habitat (EFH), including an update from the collaborative group of industry and limit increases were also adopted for the fixed gear fleets including the limited entry and open access. REPORT FROM THE PACIFIC FISHERY MANAGEMENT COUNCIL MEETING Christopher Kubiak Fishery Services November 15 sablefish allocations north of 36° N Lat. for limited entry fixed gear and open access; The Council considered the alternatives and the Amendment 28 to the Pacific Coast Groundfish Fishery Management Plan (FMP) Description and. the following nontrawl fixed- -gear fishery sectors: lingcod north of 40°10 N. latitude (limited ’ entry and open access), shortspine thornyhead north of 34°27’ N latitude (limited entry), and bocaccio and the minor shelf rockfish complex south of 34°27' N latitude (limited entry and open access for both fishery sectors).   Amendment 21 limited Pacific halibut bycatch and made other changes intended to support Amendm including the fixing of allocations of certain groundfish stocks among the various trawl and.

  The Pacific Fishery Management Council is one of eight regional fishery management councils established by the Magnuson Fishery Conservation and Management Act of for the purpose of managing fisheries miles offshore of the U.S. coastline. Amendment 5 to the fishery management plan for the bottomfish and seamount groundfish fishery: Northwestern Hawaiian Islands Mau Zone limited access system. Western Pacific Regional Fishery Management Council. Honolulu. WPRFMC (Western Pacific Regional Fishery Management Council) Bottomfish and seamount groundfish fisheries of the Western.   Introduction “Stranded Capital in Fisheries: The Pacific Coast Groundfish/Whiting Case” brings attention to an important issue for fisheries policy: avoiding redistributive policy design, though the article is about ex-post mitigation of unately, the article fails to deliver useful insights into either by: 2. Goals and strategies for rebuilding New England groundfish stocks. After 16 years under a limited access program with effort controls, the New England groundfish fishery transitioned to .