Seabird Harvest Regimes in the Circumpolar Nations
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This technical report introduces the topic of seabird harvest regimes and describes the seabird harvest regimes and impacts in Alaska (U.S.A.), Canada, Finland, Greenland, Iceland, Norway and Russia, and provides national recommendations.
Prepared by the CIRCUMPOLAR SEABIRD WORKING GROUP (CSWG)
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