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50 CFR § 216.50 - Regulations governing the taking and importing of marine mammals - Designated Ports.

Country/Territory
United States of America
Document type
Regulation
Date
1974 (1994)
Source
FAO, FAOLEX
Original source
39 FR 1852, January 15, 1974.
Long title
Code of Federal Regulations - Title 50 - Wildlife and Fisheries - Chapter II - National Marine Fisheries Service, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Department of Commerce - Subchapter C - Marine Mammals - Part 216 - Regulations governing the taking and importing of marine mammals - Subpart E - Designated Ports. (50 CFR, Chapter II, Subchapter C, Part 216, Subpart E, § 216.50).
Subject
Fisheries, Sea, Wild species & ecosystems
Keyword
Marine fisheries Fishery management and conservation Foreign fishing Harbour Marine mammals Wildlife products International trade Authorization/permit
Geographical area
Americas, Arctic, East Pacific, North America, North Atlantic
Abstract

This Subpart of Part 216 of the Code of Federal Regulations (Regulations governing the taking and importing of marine mammals) declares that any marine mammal or marine mammal product which is subject to the jurisdiction of the National Marine Fisheries Service, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Department of Commerce and is intended for importation into the United States, shall be subject to the provisions of 50 CFR part 14 (concerning importation, exportation, and transportation of wildlife). It also designates ports of entry of marine mammals and marine mammal products for purposes of that Part.

Full text
English
Website
www.govinfo.gov

References - Legislation

Implements

Marine Mammal Protection Act.

Legislation | United States of America | 1972 (2007)

Keyword: Fishery management and conservation, Marine fisheries, Fishing gear/fishing method, Management/conservation, Marine mammals, Marine area, Data collection/reporting, Research, Endangered species, Protection of habitats, Protection of species

Source: FAO, FAOLEX