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The 1985 Pacific Salmon Treaty Sharing Conservation Burdens and Benefits

By: WA Shepard and AW Argue
352 pages, 28 figures, 14 tables, 11 maps
The 1985 Pacific Salmon Treaty
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Culminating in the 1985 Pacific Salmon Treaty, Canada and the US carried out long and contentious negotiations to provide a framework for cooperation for conserving and sharing the Pacific salmon resource. This is the history of the negotiations, providing an insider's perspective on the many complex issues that were addressed.


1 Salmon Migrations, Fisheries, and Problems; 2 The Opening Stanzas: 1890s to 1960s; 3 The Global Context; 4 Comprehensive Bilateral Negotiations, 1960-85; 5 The 1985 Treaty in Detail; 6 Article II: Institutional Arrangements; 7 Principles of the Treaty: Article III and the Memorandum of Understanding; 8 Fraser River Sockeye and Pinks; 9 Northern British Columbia/Southeastern Alaska Net Fisheries; 10 Transboundary Rivers; 11 Chinook Salmon; 12 Coho Salmon; 13 Southern British Columbia and Washington State Chum Salmon; 14 Concluding Observations.

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W.P. Shepard was a technical advisor to the Pacific Salmon Treaty negotiations from 1958 to 1976, and negotiator from 1977 to 1983. A.W. Argue was a technical advisor during treaty negotiations and after implementation in 1985.

By: WA Shepard and AW Argue
352 pages, 28 figures, 14 tables, 11 maps
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Both authors have been deeply immersed in Canada's management of its salmon resources and conflicts with US fisheries. The treatment of the subject is nicely balanced and even-handed... This masterful account is likely to be the definitive work, given its combination of breadth and depth with the added value of a balanced insider's view. - Edward L. Miles, Professor, School of Marine Affairs, University of Washington"

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