50 CFR Appendix Table 43 to Part 679, Northern Bering Sea Research Area

Table 43 to Part 679 - Northern Bering Sea Research Area
Longitude Latitude
168 7.41 W 65 *37.91 N
165 1.54 W 60 45.54 N
167 59.98 W 60 45.55 N
169 00.00 W 60 35.50 N
169 00.00 W 61 00.00 N
171 45.00 W 61 00.00 N
171 45.00 W 60 54.00 N
174 1.24 W 60 54.00 N
176 13.51 W 62 6.56 N
172 24.00 W 63 57.03 N
172 24.00 W 62 42.00 N
168 24.00 W 62 42.00 N
168 24.00 W 64 0.00 N
172 17.42 W 64 0.01 N
168 58.62 W 65 30.00 N
168 58.62 W 65 **49.81 N

Note: The area is delineated by connecting the coordinates in the order listed by straight lines except as noted by * below. The last set of coordinates for the area is connected to the first set of coordinates for the area by a straight line. The projected coordinate system is North American Datum 1983, Albers.

* This boundary extends in a clockwise direction from this set of geographic coordinates along the shoreline at mean lower-low tide line to the next set of coordinates.

** Intersection of the 1990 United States/Russia maritime boundary line and a line from Cape Prince of Wales to Cape Dezhneva (Russia) that defines the boundary between the Chukchi and Bering Seas, Area 400 and Area 514, respectively.

[ 75 FR 61652, Oct. 6, 2010]

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