TASSC Publications & Events

TASSC Publications & Reports

Field Guides & Protocols:

Rules & Regulations

Reports

Resolutions

TASSC Resolution 18-01: Opposing the State of Alaska’s Senate Joint Resolution No. 13 “Urging the United States Congress to amend the Marine Mammal Protection Act and urging the United States Department of the Interior to permit Alaska Native Organizations and the Alaska Department of Fish & Game to co-manage, take, and study marine mammals under the Marine Mammal Protection Act”

TASSC Events

2011 Workshop Report: How Do Tribes and Alaska Native Co-management Organizations Participate in the Federal and State Process for Regulation of Fish, Wildlife, and Marine Mammals: What is Working, What is Not, and Recommendations for Moving Forward

Presentations

Materials Related to Federal and State of Alaska Notice and Comment Rulemaking 

Materials Relating to Formal Federal Rulemaking Using the Administrative Hearing for Regulating Subsistence Taking of Cook Inlet Beluga as an Example

Materials Related to NEPA and its Place in the Federal Administrative Process

Materials Related to Tribal Consultation in Alaska and How it Fits into the Federal Administrative Process

Materials Related to the Role of Marine Mammal Commission and the Administrative Process for Subsistence Uses of Marine Mammals and Co-management

Federal Laws Relevant to the Federal Administrative Process, Co-management and Subsistence Uses in Alaska

Materials Related to the ESA and its Application in Alaska Related to Subsistence Uses, Co-management and the Administrative Process

Materials Related to Tribal Co-management in Alaska, Canada and Other Places

2009 Alaska Forum on the Environment Sessions Local Community Involvement: the Marine Mammal Protection Act and the Endangered Species Act, moderated by TASSC

Presentations