interjurisdictional fishery resource

(3) The term “interjurisdictional fishery resource” means— (A) a fishery resource for which a fishery occurs in waters under the jurisdiction of one or more States and the exclusive economic zone established by Proclamation Numbered 5030, dated March 10, 1983 ; (B) a fishery resource for which there exists an interstate fishery management plan; or (C) a fishery resource which migrates between the waters under the jurisdiction of two or more States bordering on the Great Lakes. For purposes of applying section 4104(a)(3) of this title during fiscal year 1987, a Federal fishery management plan or an interstate fishery management plan for the fishery resource need not be in existence, but a plan of either kind for that resource must be in the development process during that year.


16 USC § 4102(3)

Scoping language

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