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GLIN==> Interjurisdictional Fisheries Management Conference



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An Ecosystem Approach to Interjurisdictional Fisheries Management
http://www.utlaw.edu/LIGL/FisheriesAgenda.final.pdf

April 10 & 11

Sponsored by The Legal Institute of the Great Lakes

Co-Sponsors:  Sea Grant Law Center;  American Bar Association Section of
Energy, Environment and Resources; University of Toledo, College of Law

Location:  University of Toledo, College of Law, Toledo, Ohio

Conference Objectives:  This conference is intended to inform the public
about ecosystem management as it relates to fisheries and aquatic
ecosystems, to facilitate intra- and inter-agency communication and
cooperation, and to assist decisionmakers in integrating and making
effective use of ecological, political and information collected by various
local, state, and federal agencies and other interested parties.  We hope to
identify and discuss existing impediments to ecosystem management, as well
as potential vehicles or alternatives that may help alleviate or avoid those
impediments, in a way that will facilitate proactive coordination and
cooperation among agencies and other interested parties for the long-term
benefit of fisheries and aquatic ecosystems.

For an agenda or more information  see
http://www.utlaw.edu/LIGL/FisheriesAgenda.final.pdf

or contact Professor Frank S. Merritt, 419 530-2949.,
fmerrit@utnet.utoledo.edu


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