Findings, purposes and policy.
Authorization of appropriations.
SUBCHAPTER II—UNITED STATES RIGHTS AND AUTHORITY REGARDING FISH AND FISHERY RESOURCES
United States sovereign rights to fish and fishery management authority.
Highly migratory species.
SUBCHAPTER III—FOREIGN FISHING AND INTERNATIONAL FISHERY AGREEMENTS
International fishery agreements.
Congressional oversight of international fishery agreements.
Permits for foreign fishing.
Large-scale driftnet fishing.
Denial of port privileges and sanctions for high seas large-scale driftnet fishing.
Duration of denial of port privileges and sanctions.
Biennial report on international compliance.
Action to strengthen international fishery management organizations.
Illegal, unreported, or unregulated fishing.
Equivalent conservation measures.
Observer program regarding certain foreign fishing.
Foreign fishing incursions.
International monitoring and compliance.
SUBCHAPTER IV—NATIONAL FISHERY MANAGEMENT PROGRAM
National standards for fishery conservation and management.
Regional Fishery Management Councils.
Contents of fishery management plans.
Limited access privilege programs.
Action by Secretary.
Other requirements and authority.
Civil penalties and permit sanctions.
Transition to sustainable fisheries.
Fisheries enforcement plans and reporting.
North Pacific fisheries conservation.
Northwest Atlantic Ocean Fisheries Reinvestment Program.
Regional coastal disaster assistance, transition, and recovery program.
Bycatch reduction engineering program.
Cooperative research and management program.
SUBCHAPTER V—FISHERY MONITORING AND RESEARCH
Registration and information management.
Incidental harvest research.
Fisheries systems research.
Gulf of Mexico red snapper research.
Deep sea coral research and technology program.
Investment in United States seafood processing facilities.
Community-based restoration program for fishery and coastal habitats.
Fisheries Conservation and Management Fund.
United States catch history.
Secretarial representative for international fisheries.
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