Management areas

Management areas -
(i) Vancouver.
(A) The northeastern boundary is that part of a line connecting the light on Tatoosh Island, WA, with the light on Bonilla Point on Vancouver Island, British Columbia (at 48°35.73′ N. lat., 124°43.00′ W. long.) south of the International Boundary between the U.S. and Canada (at 48°29.62′ N. lat., 124°43.55′ W. long.), and north of the point where that line intersects with the boundary of the U.S. territorial sea.
(B) The northern and northwestern boundary is a line connecting the following coordinates in the order listed, which is the provisional international boundary of the EEZ as shown on NOAA/NOS Charts 18480 and 18007:
(C) The southern limit is 47°30′ N. lat.
(ii) Columbia.
(A) The northern limit is 47°30′ N. lat.
(B) The southern limit is 43°00′ N. lat.
(iii) Eureka.
(A) The northern limit is 43°00′ N. lat.
(B) The southern limit is 40°30′ N. lat.
(iv) Monterey.
(A) The northern limit is 40°30′ N. lat.
(B) The southern limit is 36°00′ N. lat.
(v) Conception.
(A) The northern limit is 36°00′ N. lat.
(B) The southern limit is the U.S.-Mexico International Boundary, which is a line connecting the following coordinates in the order listed:
(i) Vancouver.
(A) The northeastern boundary is that part of a line connecting the light on Tatoosh Island, WA, with the light on Bonilla Point on Vancouver Island, British Columbia (at 48°35.73′ N. lat., 124°43.00′ W. long.) south of the International Boundary between the U.S. and Canada (at 48°29.62′ N. lat., 124°43.55′ W. long.), and north of the point where that line intersects with the boundary of the U.S. territorial sea.
(B) The northern and northwestern boundary is a line connecting the following coordinates in the order listed, which is the provisional international boundary of the EEZ as shown on NOAA/NOS Charts 18480 and 18007:
(C) The southern limit is 47°30′ N. lat.
(ii) Columbia.
(A) The northern limit is 47°30′ N. lat.
(B) The southern limit is 43°00′ N. lat.
(iii) Eureka.
(A) The northern limit is 43°00′ N. lat.
(B) The southern limit is 40°30′ N. lat.
(iv) Monterey.
(A) The northern limit is 40°30′ N. lat.
(B) The southern limit is 36°00′ N. lat.
(v) Conception.
(A) The northern limit is 36°00′ N. lat.
(B) The southern limit is the U.S.-Mexico International Boundary, which is a line connecting the following coordinates in the order listed:
(2) Commonly used geographic coordinates.
(i) Cape Alava, WA - 48°10.00′ N. lat.
(ii) Queets River, WA - 47°31.70′ N. lat.
(iii) Pt. Chehalis, WA - 46°53.30′ N. lat.
(iv) Leadbetter Point, WA - 46°38.17′ N. lat.
(v) Columbia River - 46°16.00′ N. lat.
(vi) Cape Falcon, OR - 45°46.00′ N. lat.
(vii) Cape Lookout, OR - 45°20.25′ N. lat.
(viii) Cascade Head, OR - 45°03.83′ N. lat.
(ix) Heceta Head, OR - 44°08.30′ N. lat.
(x) Cape Arago, OR - 43°20.83′ N. lat.
(xi) Cape Blanco, OR - 42°50.00′ N. lat.
(xii) Humbug Mountain - 42°40.50′ N. lat.
(xiii) Marck Arch, OR - 42°13.67′ N. lat.
(xiv) Oregon/California border - 42°00.00′ N. lat.
(xv) Cape Mendocino, CA - 40°30.00′ N. lat.
(xvi) North/South management line - 40°10.00′ N. lat.
(xvii) Cape Vizcaino, CA - 39°44.00′ N. lat.
(xviii) Point Arena, CA - management line - 38°57.50′ N lat.
(xvix) Point San Pedro, CA - 37°35.67′ N. lat.
(xx) Pigeon Point, CA - 37°11.00′ N. lat.
(xxi) Ano Nuevo, CA - 37°07.00′ N. lat.
(xxii) Point Lopez, CA - 36°00.00′ N. lat.
(xxiii) Point Conception, CA - 34°27.00′ N. lat. [Note: Regulations that apply to waters north of 34°27.00′ N. lat. are applicable only west of 120°28.00′ W. long.; regulations that apply to waters south of 34°27.00′ N. lat. also apply to all waters both east of 120°28.00′ W. long. and north of 34°27.00′ N. lat.]

Source

50 CFR § 660.11


Scoping language

These definitions are specific to the fisheries covered in subparts C through G of this part.

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