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By Gordon Munro, Don M. McRae

This ebook bargains with Canada's oceans administration rules because the end of the 1982 conference of the legislations of the ocean. That conference set out a jurisdictional framework for the administration of the world's oceans, however it didn't supply states with special tips on all of the matters which could come up. As a country with one of many world's longest coastlines, Canada was once one of many valuable beneficiaries lower than the 1982 conference regime. A examine of Canadian coverage is especially major, as Canadian oceans administration locations in aid the various tricky questions but to be resolved.

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After the effects of the Hell's Gate disaster became evident, new attempts to negotiate an agreement were undertaken during the First World War. Progress was, however, slow. Increased fishing overexploitation by Canada eventually convinced the United States of the disadvantages of non-co-operation. Canada and the United States signed a Fraser River treaty in May 1930. S. Senate, however, delayed ratification until July 1937 (Johnston 1965:385). The treaty, formally known as the Convention for the Protection, Preserva- 20 The Canada-United States Pacific Salmon Treaty tion, and Extension of the Sockeye Salmon Fisheries in the Fraser River System, repeated the Bryce-Root Treaty's call for the establishment of an International Pacific Salmon Fisheries Commission (IPSFC).

And Washington. Although the treaty covers the entire set of transboundary Pacific salmon fisheries, the Fraser River sockeye and pink salmon fisheries remain dominant. 28 A closer consideration of the plan for the Fraser River salmon gives further insight into compromises reached in the negotiations on the equity principle. The 29 Gordon R. Munro and Robert L. Stokes stipulation that Canada shall receive all benefits from post-treaty enhancement projects on the Fraser and conservation measures directed at Fraser River stocks requires that the Americans forego their claim to 50 per cent of the Fraser River sockeye and pink harvests.

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