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Title 50Chapter ISubchapter CPart 36


TITLE 50—Wildlife and Fisheries

CHAPTER I—UNITED STATES FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE, DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR (CONTINUED)

SUBCHAPTER C—THE NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE SYSTEM

PART 36—ALASKA NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGES

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Subpart A—INTRODUCTION AND GENERAL PROVISIONS

§36.1
How do the regulations in this part apply to me and what do they cover?
§36.2
What do these terms mean?
§36.3
Information collection.
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Subpart B—SUBSISTENCE USES

§36.11
Purpose and policy.
§36.12
Use of snowmobiles, motorboats, dog teams and other means of surface transportation traditionally employed by local rural residents engaged in subsistence uses.
§36.13
Subsistence fishing.
§36.14
Subsistence hunting and trapping.
§36.15
Subsistence uses of timber and plant material.
§36.16
Closure to subsistence uses of fish and wildlife.
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Subpart C—[RESERVED]

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Subpart D—OTHER REFUGE USES

§36.31
Recreational activities.
§36.32
Taking of fish and wildlife.
§36.33
What do I need to know about using cabins and related structures on Alaska National Wildlife Refuges?
§36.34
Firearms.
§36.35
Unattended property.
§36.36
Sled dogs and household pets.
§36.37
Revenue producing visitor services.
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Subpart E—REFUGE SPECIFIC REGULATIONS

§36.39
Public use.
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Subpart F—PERMITS AND PUBLIC PARTICIPATION AND CLOSURE PROCEDURES

§36.41
Permits.
§36.42
Public participation and closure procedures.
Appendix
Table I to Part 36—Summary Listing the National Wildlife Refuges in Alaska as established by the Alaska Lands Act, Pub. L. 96-487, December 2, 1980


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