This is an exhibit made by the Oregon Dept. of Fish and Wildlife to the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission for the October 22, 1999 meeting. Topics covered include: adjusting the definition of “species” to allow continued developmental fisheries for species endangered or threatened elsewhere, such as squid and sardines; adjustments to the brine shrimp (Artemia salina) fishery in Lake Abert; adjustments to the spot prawn (Pandalus platyceros) fishery; a proposal to add flat abalone (Haliotis walallensis) to the developmental fisheries list; and an adjustment to licensing preferences. The report includes staff activities for 1999, staff analysis of issues and options, and statistical reporting. Appendices include an extensive report on the brine shrimp fishery and a report on the biology of the flat abalone.
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