Current Issues with the Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act (PDF)
It appears that a central problem with the current regulatory regime is the lack of quality data and reliable science to support fisheries management decisions. Without adequate data, fisheries managers are compelled to make conservative guesses, which may impose unnecessarily restrictive requirements on stakeholders.
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It appears that a central problem with the current regulatory regime is the lack of quality data and reliable science to support fisheries management decisions. Without adequate data, fisheries managers are compelled to make conservative guesses, which may impose unnecessarily restrictive requirements on stakeholders. This article was originally published in 10 Benedict's Maritime Bulletin 1, 18 (2012).
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