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50 CFR § 216.1-216.8 - Regulations governing the taking and importing of marine mammals - Introduction.

États-Unis d'Amérique
Type du document
1974 (1994)
Source d'origine
39 FR 1852, January 15, 1974
Titre complet
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 A - Introduction. (50 CFR, Chapter II, Subchapter C, Part 216, Subpart A, § 216.1-216.8).
Pêche, Espèces sauvages et écosystèmes
Mot clé
Gestion et conservation des pêches Pêche maritime Mise en application Protection des espèces Mammifères marins Chasse/capture Préservation de l'écosystème Infractions/sanctions Commerce intérieur Commerce international Transport/dépôt
Aire géographique
Amériques, Arctique, Pacifique du Est, Amérique du Nord, Atlantique Nord

This Subpart of Part 216 of the Code of Federal Regulations outlines the purposes and scope of Part 216, provides definitions, defines the relationship with other legislation and provides with respect to enforcement and payment of penalties. The Regulations in Part 216 implement the Marine Mammal Protection Act of 1972 (MMPA), which, among other things, restricts the taking, possession, transportation, selling, offering for sale, and importing of marine mammals. Nothing in this Part, nor any permit issued under authority of this Part, shall be construed to relieve a person from any other requirements imposed by a statute or regulation of the United States, including any applicable Statutes or Regulations relating to wildlife and fisheries, health, quarantine, agriculture, or customs. Enforcement Agents of the National Marine Fisheries Service shall enforce the provisions of the MMPA and may take any actions authorized by the MMPA with respect to enforcement. In addition, the Secretary of Commerce may utilize, by agreement, the personnel, services, and facilities of any other Federal Agency for the purposes of enforcing the MMPA. Pursuant to the terms of section 107(b) of the MMPA, the Secretary may also designate officers and employees of any State or of any possession of the United States to enforce the provisions of the MMPA.

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Marine Mammal Protection Act.

Législation | États-Unis d'Amérique | 1972 (2007)

Mot clé: Gestion et conservation des pêches, Pêche maritime, Engins de pêche/méthodes de pêche, Gestion/conservation, Mammifères marins, Aire marine, Collecte de données/déclarations, Recherche, Espèces menacées, Protection de l'habitat, Protection des espèces