MFCMA

AcronymDefinition
MFCMAMagnuson Fishery Conservation and Management Act 1976
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There is not space here to examine the table in detail, so we will highlight only two activity streams--the 1996 reauthorization of the MFCMA, and Mark Holliday's (a Ph.
MFCMA reauthorization is on a 5-year cycle (Table 1, Legislative and Legal Actions column).
The 1996 reauthorization of the MFCMA was realized by passage of the Sustainable Fisheries Act (SFA) of 1996 (P.
During the same period (mid-1970's to 1990) that the population of Steller sea lions in Alaska was declining, the groundfish fisheries underwent a transformation induced primarily by the passage of the MFCMA (Megrey and Wespestad, 1990).
One of the principal objectives of the MFCMA is to promote full domestic use of the offshore fisheries of the United States.
While the increase in size of some trawl exclusion zones during the pollock "A" season was due to concerns about the effects that redistribution would have on the ESA-listed sea lion, NMFS implemented these regulations as FMP amendments, working through the NPFMC under the auspices of the MFCMA (Gerber, 1993).
domestic fishing and processing sectors, a philosophy consistnet with the intent of the MFCMA.
3); and by 1991, as a result of the joint mandates of the MFCMA and AFPA, the entire North Pacific groundfish fisheries within U.
Fisheries management, as codified by the MFCMA and various Federal rules, is a political process dominated by strategic bargaining on the part of its participating interest groups.
fisheries policy in the decade following the introduction of the MFCMA in 1976, and some of the key responsibilities of the Department of State.
Following MFCMA passage, one of the first challenges we faced at the Department of State was the negotiation of bilateral framework agreements with foreign countries which desired to fish in the U.