Note 11 for ECOL 406R with Professor Bonine at UA
Note 11 for ECOL 406R with Professor Bonine at UA
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westem snowy plover International Conservation Laws and Treaties Implementation Compliance Effectiveness Fewer people and larger industry easier Intent and Capacity to comply incentives vs coercion 22 CITES The U s Flsh and Wlldllfe Seryree has eornpleted afmal rule desrgnahng 32 umts of entreal habltat along the eoast of Ca11fom1a0regon and Washmgton for the Pacl c eoast population of the western snowy p1oyer a Federally threatened specles The entaeal habltat unts total 12145 aeres nearly 40 per tentless aereage than an earher entaeal habltat plan the Servlce adoptedrn 1999 Ofthe destgnatedunrts 24 are in Ca11fom1a7472 acres ve are In oregon 2147 aeres andthree are In Washmgton 2526 acres Ofthetotal aereage 2479 aeres 20 pereent are on Federal 1ands 6474 aeres 53pereent are owned by states or 1oeal agencles and 3191 aeres 2o pereent are pnyate Cornparedto the 1999 plan today s aetaon desrgnates rnore entaeal habrtatunrts but generally srnaller ones based on 1ncreased knowledge ofthe 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