Enforcement Programs Hinder Effective Implementation of New Fishery Management Activities: Report to the Congress
General Accounting Office, 1979 - Fishery management - 52 pages
"Under the Fishery Conservation and Management Act, plans are being developed to manage both domestic and foreign fishing within 200 miles of the U.S. coastline. This report discusses problems that have prevented effective enforcement of the regulations implementing two of these plans and steps that need to be taken if the conservation and management goals of the act are to be achieved."--Transmittal letter.
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NEED TO IMPROVE ENFORCEMENT
FOREIGN FISHERY ENFORCEMENT
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