Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 107 Part 3.djvu/509

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PUBLIC LAW 103-206—DEC. 20, 1993 107 STAT. 2447 by the Exclusive Economic Zones of the United States and the Russian Federation; (2) the United States should continue its pursuit of an international agreement, consistent with its rights as a coastal state, to ensure proper management for future commercial viability of these natural resources; (3) the United States, working closely with the Russian Federation should, in accordance with international law and through multilateral consultations or through other means, promote effective international programs for the implementation and enforcement of regulations of the fisheries by those nations that fish in the Doughnut Hole; (4) the United States nonetheless should be mindful of its management responsibility in this regard and of its rights in accordance with international law to fully utilize the stock within its own exclusive economic zone; (5) the United States should accept as an urgent duty the need to conserve for future generations the Aleutian Basin pollock stock and should carry out that duty by taking all necessary measures, in accordance with international law; and (6) the United States should foster further multilateral cooperation leading to international consensus on management of the Doughnut Hole resources through the fullest use of diplomatic channels and appropriate domestic and international law and should explore all other available options and means for conservation and management of these living marine resources. SEC. 704. NOAA FAdLITIES IN KODIAK (a) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Secretary of Conmierce may enter into an agreement with the University of Alaska under which the University may contract for the engineering and design specifications of a facility on Near Island in Kodiak, Alaska, that meets the long-term space needs of National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration personnel currently located in Alaska. (b) The Secretary may transfer available funds to the University of Alaska to pay for such engineering and design work if additional funds in an equal or greater amount are made available from non-Federal sources for such work. TITLE VIII—ATLANTIC COASTAL FISHERIES SEC. 801. SHORT TITLE. This title may be cited as the "Atlantic Coastal Fisheries Cooperative Management Act". SEC. 802. FINDINGS AND PURPOSE. (a) FiNDlNGS.The Congress finds the following: (1) Coastal fishery resources that migrate, or are widely distributed, across the jurisdictional boundaries of two or more of the Atlantic States and of the Federal Government are of substantial commercial and recreational importance and economic benefit to the Atlantic coastal region and the Nation. Atlantic Coastal Fisheries Cooperative Management Act. Conservation. Intergovermental relations. 16 USC 5101 note. 16 USC 5101.