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Final Programmatic EIS: Marine Spatial Plan for Washington’s Pacific Coast

Publication number Date Published Date Revised
17-06-028October 2017June 2018
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Author(s) Jennifer Hennessey
Description The final programmatic Environmental Impact Statement evaluates the potential environmental impacts of the Marine Spatial Plan for Washington's Pacific Coast.
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Keywords coastal marine spatial planning, marine plan, ocean management, Pacific Coast, Washington, Washington Coastal Marine Advisory Council, marine waters planning and management act, EIS, Pacific Ocean, Coastal Zone Management Program, marine waters, ocean, marine safety, environmental impact statement, marine spatial plan, marine spatial planning, ocean uses, Washington coast, programmatic
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Marine Spatial Plan for Washington’s Pacific Coast