The Convention established the International North Pacific Fisheries Commission to provide scientific information and recommendations on conservation measures to ensure maximum sustained productivity of fish resources.
What does INPFC stand for?
INPFC stands for International North Pacific Fisheries Commission
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- International Network of Protein Engineering Centers (various locations)
- Institute of Peace and Development
- Initiative against Economic Globalization in Prague
- International Network of Protein Engineering
- Institut National de Prévention et d'Education pour la Santé (French: National Institute of Prevention and Health Education)
- Information Nouveautés Pharmaceutiques
- International Petroleum Exploration (est. 1966; Japanese oil company)
- Invention and New Product Exposition (trade show; Pittsburgh, PA)
- International New Products Forum
- International Nutrition Planners Forum (various locations)
- Independent National Patriotic Liberation Front of Liberia
- Institut National Polytechnique de Grenoble (France)
- Intermountain Native Plant Growers Association (Salt Lake City, UT)
- Istituto Nazionale Di Previdenza Dei Giornalisti Italiani (Italian)
- Idiopathic Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus
- Institute of Nuclear Physics (Moscow State University; Russia)
- Information Network for Public Health Officials
- Information Network on Post-Harvest Operations
- International Photographic Historical Organization
- Indonesian NGOs Partners Initiative
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A long-time member of the International North Pacific Fisheries Commission, he became an advisor to the State Department on dealings with Japan and the Soviet Union.
For example, the International North Pacific Fisheries Commission directed the scientists of the three countries to jointly prepare comprehensive reports on the accomplishments and interpretation of the results of the Commission's research programs since its first meeting in 1954.