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NSF Grant No. AER 7706018
This volume is the third in a three volume series of reports submitted to the National Science Foundation for a project entitled "University of Rhode Island, University of Maine Study of Social and Cultural Aspects of Fisheries Management Under Extended Jurisdiction" (N.S.F. Grant Number AER77-060l8). This project was funded through the RANN Directorate of N.S.F. (Research Applied to National Needs), and was designed to provide data on social, cultural, and economic aspects of the New England fishinq scene which would be of value to those in industry and government concerned with managing the marine fisheries of the northeastern part of the United States, particularly those concerned with management under PL 94-265, the Fisheries Conservation and Management Act of 1976.
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Acheson, James and Wilson, James A., "A Model of Adaptive Behavior in the New England Fishing Industry, Report to the National Science Foundation, Volume III" (1980). University of Maine Office of Research Administration: Grant Reports. 59.