1 edition of National patterns and trends of fishery development in the North Pacific found in the catalog.
National patterns and trends of fishery development in the North Pacific
Eugene H. Buck
by Arctic Environmental Information and Data Center, University of Alaska in Anchorage
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 65.
|Statement||by Eugene H. Buck.|
|Series||Alaska and the law of the sea., [Alaska sea grant report ;, no. 73-4]|
|LC Classifications||SH214.2 .B8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||65 p. :|
|Number of Pages||65|
|LC Control Number||74621467|
The Magnuson Act* of created the North Pacific Fishery Management Council, one of eight regional fishery management councils set up to provide conservation and management of all fisheries within federal waters. Federal waters are defined as those between 3 and nautical miles offshore, called an Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ). "This document profiles fishing communities in Alaska with information on social, economic and fisheries characteristics. Various federal statutes, including the Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act and the National Environmental Policy Act, among others, require agencies to examine the social and economic impacts of policies and by: 1.
Member, Pacific Billfish Fishery Management Plan Development Team, Pacific Fishery Management Council, Convener, Subcommittee on Skipjack of the Standing Committee on Research and Statistics, ICCAT, Research Associate, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, San Diego, 1. Introduction. In the coming decades, fishery resource managers and policy-makers around the world will be increasingly challenged by the need to ensure food security in the context of a changing climate, increasing human pressures on the marine environment, and limited understanding of marine ecosystems and associated resources (Brander, , Hobday et al., , Ricel and Garcia, Cited by: 9.
respect to fish passage and reintroduction, hatchery reform, Sockeye Salmon in the Pacific Northwest, Okanagan salmon restoration, future of Bull Trout and management, and methods for communicating results, probability, risk and uncertainty to managers and the general public. NORTH PACIFIC FISHERY MANAGEMENT COUNCIL AGENCY REPORT A. OVERVIEW Many of the North Pacific Council =s actions in were related to developing supplemental environmental North Pacific Fishery Management Council (Council) for purposes of research and management focus.
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McLean* and Sompong Sucharitkul** I. Introduction A. The Prospect of Extended Maritime Jurisdiction from the United States' Perspective The establishment of Exclusive Economic Zones (EEZ's) has gener. template for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Community Profiles for North Pacific Fisheries – Alaska (hereafter referred to as “Community Profiles”, Sepez et al.
) through partnership with and input from Alaskan fishing community members and. From the Cook Islands’ perspective, the two most important recent measures are: (1) the Conservation and Management Measure for South Pacific Albacore, and (2) the Conservation and Management Measure for Bigeye, Yellowfin and Skipjack Tuna in The Western and Central Pacific Ocean.
On the national level, the longline fishery is managed by the. Successful ocean management needs to consider not only fishing impacts but drivers of harvest. Consolidating post global catch and economic data, we assess which attributes of fisheries are good indicators for fishery development.
Surprisingly, year of development and economic value are not correlated with fishery trophic levels. Instead, patterns emerge of profit-driven fishing for.3. Global and regional food consumption patterns and trends Introduction. Promoting healthy diets and lifestyles to reduce the global burden of noncommunicable diseases requires a multisectoral approach involving the various relevant sectors in societies.Comparative Resilience in Five North Pacific Regional Salmon Fisheries Xanthippe Augerot 1 and Courtland L.
Smith 2 of the North Pacific salmon fishery encompass climate patterns, and socioeconomic trajectory. The.