Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Convention, 1949 (West's Encyclopedia of American Law)
The Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Convention was held in Washington, D.C., in 1949. Its purpose was to conserve the fishery resources of the North Atlantic. The convention established the International Commission for Northwest Atlantic Fisheries.
- Fish and Fishing.
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