Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Legal Program and the Northern Gulf Institute present:
Gulf States' Seaward Boundary Changes – Implications for Gulf Fisheries Management
||Duration: 49 minutes
Thursday, September 27, 2012, 1:30 pm (CT)
Louisiana recently passed statutes and made proclamations to extend its state’s seaward boundary for fisheries resources purposes. The change could have important reef fisheries management and non-resident fishing access implications. Several legal and fisheries resource management experts will discuss the importance of this change and related reactions by adjoining Gulf States.