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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 16. Fish and Game
- Chapter 43. Regulation of Entry Into Alaska Commercial Fisheries
- Section 228. Southeast Alaska Dive Fisheries.
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. Southeast Alaska Dungeness Crab Fishery.
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. Designation of Distressed Fisheries.
AS 16.43.228. Southeast Alaska Dive Fisheries.
- (a) [Repealed, Sec. 4 ch 125 SLA 1996].
- (b) [Repealed, Sec. 4 ch 125 SLA 1996].
- (c) [Repealed, Sec. 4 ch 125 SLA 1996].
- (d) [Repealed, Sec. 4 ch 125 SLA 1996].
- (e) During the four years that a moratorium established by this section is in effect, the commission shall
- (1) issue interim-use permits for each fishery subject to (a) - (d) of this section to applicants who satisfy the
appropriate qualifications established under (a) - (d) of this section and who establish the present ability and intent
to participate actively in the fishery;
- (2) conduct investigations to determine whether a maximum number of entry permits should be established under AS 16.43.240
for each fishery subject to this section by
- (A) conducting research into conditions in the fishery;
- (B) consulting with the Department of Fish and Game and the Board of Fisheries; and
- (C) consulting with participants in the fishery; and
- (3) in cooperation with the Department of Fish and Game, conduct investigations to determine whether an alternative form
of a nontransferable limited entry or other management program is appropriate for a fishery subject to this section.
- (f) Notwithstanding AS 16.43.225
, for the purposes of this chapter,
- (1) an interim-use permit issued under this section shall be treated as an interim-use permit issued under AS 16.43.225
- (2) a moratorium established under this section shall be treated as a moratorium established under AS 16.43.225
- (g) The commission may not consider participation in a fishery, subject to a moratorium on entry under this section, that
occurs during the period of the moratorium in determining eligibility for an entry permit that may be issued for the
fishery after termination of the moratorium.
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