Coastal zone management program alaska
Mar 28, 2019 This page profiles the coastal management organizations, federal and state, operating under the Coastal Zone Management Act and facts and figures about coastal management in Alaska. Funding: Coastal Zone Management Programs and the National Estuarine Research ReservesIn 1972, the federal government passed the Coastal Zone Management Act. The federal government recognized that there is a national interest in effective management of the nation's coasts. The act created a program that made it possible for states to collaborate with the federal government to manage the nation's coastal areas and resources. coastal zone management program alaska
The Alaska Coastal Management Program (ACMP) was approved by NOAA in 1979 as a voluntary state partner in the National Coastal Management Program. The ACMP expired by operation of Alaska Statutes and on June 30, 2011. As a result of its expiration, the ACMP was withdrawn from this program on July 1, 2011.