Rockfish in Puget Sound/Georgia Basin Historical Actions (1999-2014)

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List of historical rockfish in Puget Sound/Georgia Basin actions, 1999-2014
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Summary

2014

August 30: NOAA Fisheries declines petition to list Georgia Basin China & Tiger rockfishes under the ESA.

2010

April: Sam Wright petitions to list Georgia Basin China & Tiger rockfishes under the ESA (PDF, 6 pages).

April 28: NOAA Fisheries lists Puget Sound/Georgia Basin Bocaccio as endangered and Canary and Yelloweye rockfish as threatened under ESA.

2009

April 23: NOAA Fisheries proposes to list three species of Rockfish in Puget Sound/Georgia Basin under the ESA with Bocaccio as "endangered" and Canary and Yelloweye rockfish as "threatened", and concludes that listing is not warranted for Greenstriped and Redstripe rockfish.

2007

October: Sam Wright presents supplemental Rockfish in Puget Sound petition information (PDF, 5 pages).

October 5: NOAA Fisheries declines the petition to list five species of Rockfish in Puget Sound under the ESA.

April: Sam Wright petitions to list 5 species of Rockfish in Puget Sound under the ESA (PDF, 23 pages).

January 23: NOAA Fisheries determines that ESA listing is not warranted for Puget Sound Copper and Quillback rockfish.

2006

September: Sam Wright petitions to list Copper and Quillback rockfish in Puget Sound under ESA (PDF, 17 pages).

2001

April 3: NOAA Fisheries determines that ESA Listing is not warranted for Pacific Herring and three rockfish species.

2000

November 24: NOAA Fisheries determines that ESA listing is not warranted for Pacific cod, Hake Walleye pollock.

1999

February: Sam Wright petitions to list 18 species of Puget Sound marine fish under the Endangered Species Act (PDF, 33 pages). NOAA Fisheries says seven of the populations listed on the petition merit further consideration.

Last updated by West Coast Regional Office on 04/21/2020