Commercial fisheries of North Carolina
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Commercial fisheries of North Carolina an economic analysis. by George M. Woodward

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Published by Bureau of Business Services and Research, School of Business Administration, University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill .
Written in English


  • Fisheries,
  • North Carolina -- Commerce and industries

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The Physical Object
Paginationxix, 153 p. diagrs., tables.
Number of Pages153
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16837854M

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N.C. Division of Marine Fisheries • Arendell Street • Morehead City, NC • or   The North Carolina Division of Marine Fisheries (DMF) is responsible for the stewardship of the state's marine and estuarine resources. The DMF's jurisdiction encompasses all coastal waters and extends to 3 miles offshore. Agency policies are established by the 9-member Marine Fisheries Commission and the Secretary of the Department of Division of Marine Fisheries Trip Ticket Program. Background From , North Carolina commercial fisheries landings statistics were collected on a voluntary basis through the National Marine Fisheries Service/North Carolina Cooperative Statistics Program. The growing need for more detailed and timely harvest data led the N.C. General License-Statistics Annual Report (complete book) The License and Statistics Annual Report provides summaries of commercial and recreational harvest and landings data along with commercial and for-hire license and permit sales statistics for the State of North Carolina. Cover Page and License-Statistics

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