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RUSSIAN FEDERATION

 

DECREE
17 November 2004 #1482-r

Moscow

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To approve enclosed Limits of Total Allowed Catches of aquatic biological resources for the year 2005 in internal fresh waters, internal marine waters, in territorial waters, on continental shelf and in exclusive economic zone of the Russian Federation, in the Azov and Caspian seas and in lowers of rivers flowing into the seas, as well as in the Amur river.

Prime Minister of the Russian Federation                                   M. Fradkov


TABLE 5
Marine mammals (thousands of specimens)

 

(the 4 first tables contain information on the other aquatic biological resources)

Aquatic biological resources Western Bering Sea Zone

Eastern Kamchatka Zone

The Sea of Okhotsk

The Caspian Sea
Karaginskaya sub-zone Petropavlovsk-Komandorskaya sub-zone Northern sub-zone Western Kamchatskaya sub-zone Kamchatka-Kuril zone Eastern Sakhalinskaya sub-zone
white whale 0.2 - - 0.5 - - - -
killer whale - - - 0.002 0.004 - - -
bottlenose dolphin - - - - - - 0.005 -
pilot whale - - - - - - 0.005 -
Pacific white-
sided dolphin
- - - - - - 0.01 -
north. fur seal - - 3.58 - - - 2.269 -
walrus 2 - - - - - - -
ringed seal 5.3 0.6 - 18.5 6 - 1 -
ribbon seal 5.6 0.1 - 9 0.5 - 1.5 -
largha 1.6 0.9 0.3 4.5 2.8 0.2 1 -
bearded seal 4 - - 4.8 1.9 - 1 -
Caspian
seal
- - - - - - - 9.14

 

Aquatic biological resources The Barents Sea The Kara Sea The White Sea
white whale 0.55 - 0.02
ringed seal 1 1.5 1.3
bearded seal 0.6 - 0.2
 
 

Comment: Limits of Total Allowed Catch on white whales, killer whales, bottlenose dolphins, Pacific white-sided dolphins, pilot whales, walruses, and bearded seals (in the Barents and White seas) are given for subsistent needs of indigenous small peoples of the North and Fare East of the Russian Federation, and for scientific and cultural-educative purposes.

 

 
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