NOAA Fisheries has announced public hearings and the opportunity to comment on the various amendment alternatives for future industry-funded monitoring programs, including cost responsibilities, processes, administrative requirements, priorities, and set-aside programs.
The public is invited to attend the Mid-Atlantic Fishery Management Council's October 2016 meeting to be held October 4-6, 2016 in Galloway, New Jersey.
NOAA Fisheries has published a notice of availability for Amendment 16 to the Mackerel, Squid, Butterfish Fishery Management Plan which would establish a deep-sea coral protection area in Mid-Atlantic waters.
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NOAA Fisheries Announces Public Hearing and Comment Period for Industry-Funded Monitoring Amendment https://t.co/PxiQKe6l8u
New England Council to Weigh New Marine Monument Impacts, Implications: https://t.co/EQPR7nmuty
Our Scientific & Statistical Committee will meet tmrw, Sept 14, to discuss MAFMC risk policy & spiny dogfish specs: https://t.co/Y4W7QBD7cv
Check out the agenda for our next meeting October 4-6 in Galloway, New Jersey: https://t.co/ooZZItJbV3