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Territorial Sea Plan

Oregon's territorial sea is a 3 mile wide strip of ocean under state jurisdiction that reaches from the shoreline out to sea. This area and the resources within it are managed by state and federal agencies in trust for the public. The Oregon Territorial Sea Plan (TSP) was first adopted in 1994 and consists of goals and policies that act as a coordination framework and guide for agencies to use while managing resources within the territorial sea.

Since its adoption, the plan has been amended as new ocean needs and uses have been discovered (a chapter was added on submarine cable installation in 2001, and in 2009 on marine renewable energy development). The Ocean Policy Advisory Council (OPAC) was given the responsibility of stewarding the TSP, in conjunction with DLCD, to manage future amendments as needs arise.

Visit www.OregonOcean.info/TSP to learn more about the TSP, future updates, and related events. Sign up here to receive emails about the TSP and other related ocean policy updates.

Introduction

Part One: Ocean Management Framework

Part Two: Making Resource Use Decisions

Part Three: Rocky Shores Management Strategy

Part Four: Uses of the Seafloor

Part Five: Uses of the Territorial Sea

Appendices

Contact

Andy Lanier
Marine Affairs Coordinator
andy.lanier@state.or.us
Phone: 503-934-0072

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