ACE 121 Fisheries Management & Coastal Policy
This course focuses on the management, regulation and enforcement of the fishing industry by Federal/Provincial/Territorial and First Nations governing bodies, as well as a range of global to local marine and coastal policy and planning issues. Topics include the management of regulated fish and mammal species in BC including tidal/non-tidal, fishing boundaries, openings and closures, acts & regulations and the general legal context within which the natural resources of the coast are managed. This course would be useful for both those entering technology level positions and those aiming for managerial positions.
English Studies 11, English First Peoples 11 or equivalent
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