Overview of the Pacific Salmon Treaty and the Pacific Salmon Commission regarding management of Fraser River Sockeye Salmon: CP22-132/2010E-PDF
"The Pacific Salmon Treaty is a bilateral agreement between Canada and the United States addressing the allocation and conservation of Pacific salmon. The Treaty provides for bilateral management of all salmon originating in the waters of one country which are subject to the interception by the other, affect management of the other country's salmon or affect biologically the stocks of the other country. This paper is intended to provide an overview of the role of the Pacific Salmon Treaty and the PSC in the management of Fraser River sockeye."--p. 3.
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|Title||Overview of the Pacific Salmon Treaty and the Pacific Salmon Commission regarding management of Fraser River Sockeye Salmon|
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|Note||Title from cover. "October 18, 2010."|
|Number of Pages||44 p. :|
|Subject Terms||Commissions of inquiry, Salt water fish, Fisheries management|
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