41 Ocean & Coastal L. Memo [i] (1994)

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Ocean and Coastal



                  aw Memo


Issue 41 May 1994


Legal Aspects  of Columbia-Snake  River Salmon  Recovery*

                            by

         Richard Hildreth, Professor of Law, Co-Director
                Ocean and Coastal Law Center
       Jeanne Thompson, J.D. 1994, University of Oregon


TABLE  OF CONTENTS


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1.    Introduction


II.   Northwest Power Act ....................
     A.    Background ......................
     B.    Northwest Power Planning Council's Strategy
           1.  Balancing Approach ..............
           2.  Specific Recovery Strategies  ........
      C.   NPA  Harvest Impacts ................
           1.  Treaty Harvest .................
           2.  Nontreaty Harvest ...............
      D.   NPA  River Operations Impacts .........


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   . This memo is the result of research sponsored in part by Oregon Sea Grant with funds from NOAA Office
of Sea Grant, Department of Commerce, under NA Grant No. NA36RGO451 (Project RIPPA-38). The authors
gratefully acknowledge the research assistance of Mara Brown and Andrea Coffman and the manuscript
assistance of Nancy Farmer.


         Distributed by: Oregon State University Extension . Sea Grant Program  Corvallis OR


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