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the Act, by reason of imports of Interested parties may contact the SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The
sulfanilic acid from Hungary. Central Records Unit, Room B–099 of MBNMS Advisory Council was
Therefore, in accordance with section the Main Commerce Building for copies established in March 1994 to assure
706(a)(3) of the Act, on or after the date of an updated list of countervailing duty continued public participation in the
of publication of this notice in the orders currently in effect. management of the Sanctuary. Since its
Federal Register, Customs Service This countervailing duty order is establishment, the Advisory Council has
officers must require, at the same time published in accordance with sections played a vital role in decisions affecting
as importers would normally deposit 706(a) and 777(i) of the Act and 19 CFR the Sanctuary along the central
estimated duties, cash deposits for the 351.211. California coast.
subject merchandise equal to the The Advisory Council’s twenty voting
Dated: November 4, 2002.
countervailing duty rates as noted members represent a variety of local
below. The ‘‘All Others’’ rate applies to Faryar Shirzad, user groups, as well as the general
all exporters of sulfanilic acid from Assistant Secretary for Import public, plus seven local, state and
Hungary not specifically listed below: Administration. federal governmental jurisdictions. In
[FR Doc. 02–28524 Filed 11–7–02; 8:45 am] addition, the respective managers or
Ad valorem BILLING CODE 3510–DS–P superintendents for the four California
Producer/exporter subsidy rate National Marine Sanctuaries (Channel
(percent)
Islands National Marine Sanctuary,
Nitrokemia 2000 Rt. .............. 2.87
DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE Cordell Bank National Marine
All Others .............................. 2.87 Sanctuary, Gulf of the Farallones
National Oceanic and Atmospheric National Marine Sanctuary and the
Moreover, in accordance with section Administration Monterey Bay National Marine
706(a)(1) of the Act, the Department will Availability of Seats for the Monterey Sanctuary) and the Elkhorn Slough
direct the Customs Service to assess, Bay National Marine Sanctuary National Estuarine Research Reserve sit
upon further advice by the Department as non-voting members.
Advisory Council
following the completion of a review Four working groups support the
requested under 19 CFR 351.213(b) or AGENCY: National Marine Sanctuary Advisory Council: the Research Activity
19 CFR 351.214(b) (or if a review is not Program (NMSP), National Ocean Panel (RAP) chaired by the Research
requested, in accordance with 19 CFR Service (NOS), National Oceanic and Representative, the Sanctuary Education
351.212(c)), countervailing duties equal Atmospheric Administration, Panel (SEP) chaired by the Education
to the amount of the net countervailable Department of Commerce (DOC). Representative, the Conservation
subsidy determined to exist for entries Working Group (CWG) chaired by the
ACTION: Notice and request for Conservation Representative, and the
of sulfanilic acid from Hungary.
Pursuant to section 706(a)(1) of the applications. Business and Tourism Activity Panel
Act, if appropriate, based on the above- (BTAP) chaired by the Business/
SUMMARY: The Monterey Bay National
noted advice from the Department, for Industry Representative, each dealing
Marine Sanctuary (MBNMS or
all producers and exporters of sulfanilic with matters concerning research,
Sanctuary) is seeking applicants for the
acid from Hungary, countervailing education, conservation and human use.
following seat on its Sanctuary Advisory The working groups are composed of
duties will be assessed on all
Council: Citizen-At-Large. Applicants experts from the appropriate fields of
unliquidated entries of sulfanilic acid
from Hungary entered, or withdrawn are chosen based upon their particular interest and meet monthly, or bi-
from warehouse, for consumption on or expertise and experience in relation to monthly, serving as invaluable advisors
after March 4, 2002, the date of the seat for which they are applying; to the Advisory Council and the
publication of the Department’s community and professional affiliations; Sanctuary Superintendent.
preliminary determination in the philosophy regarding the protection and The Advisory Council represents the
Federal Register (see Preliminary management of marine resources; and coordination link between the
Affirmative Countervailing Duty possibly the length of residence in the Sanctuary and the state and federal
Determination and Alignment of Final area affected by the Sanctuary. The management agencies, user groups,
Countervailing Duty Determination With MBNMS is recruiting a primary and researchers, educators, policy makers,
Final Antidumping Duty Determination: alternate representative for this Citizen- and other various groups that help to
Sulfanilic Acid from Hungary, 67 FR At-Large seat, which was vacated by the focus efforts and attention on the central
9696 (March 4, 2002)), and before July previously appointed representatives California coastal and marine
2, 2002, the date the Department before their term had expired. ecosystems.
instructed Customs to discontinue the Applicants who are chosen for this seat The Advisory Council functions in an
suspension of liquidation in accordance should expect to serve until February advisory capacity to the Sanctuary
with section 703(d) of the Act (see also, 2005. Superintendent and is instrumental in
The Statement of Administrative DATES: Applications are due by helping develop policies, program goals,
Action, H. Doc. No. 103–316, Vol. 1 at December 11, 2002. and identify education, outreach,
874 (1994), reprinted in 1994 research, long-term monitoring ,
ADDRESSES: Application kits may be resource protection, and revenue
U.S.C.C.A.N. 3773, 4163), and on all
subject merchandise entered, or obtained from Nicole Capps at the enhancement priorities. The Advisory
withdrawn from warehouse, for Monterey Bay National Marine Council works in concert with the
consumption on or after the date of Sanctuary, 299 Foam Street, Monterey, Sanctuary Superintendent by keeping
publication of this countervailing duty California 93940. Completed him or her informed about issues of
order in the Federal Register. applications should be sent to the same concern throughout the Sanctuary,
This notice constitutes the address. offering recommendations on specific
countervailing duty order with respect FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: issues, and aiding the Superintendent in
to sulfanilic acid from Hungary, Nicole Capps at (831) 647–4201, or achieving the goals of the Sanctuary
pursuant to section 705(a) of the Act. Nicole.Capps@noaa.gov. program within the context of

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California’s marine programs and conduit, relaying the community’s DATES: Effective November 8, 2002.
policies. interests, concerns, and management ADDRESSES: Center for Sponsored
Authority: 16 U.S.C Sections 1431, et seq. needs to the Sanctuary. Coastal Ocean Research/Coastal Ocean
The Sanctuary Advisory Council Program, National Oceanic and
(Federal Domestic Assistance Catalog members represent public interest
Number 11.429 Marine Sanctuary Program) Atmospheric Administration, 1305 East
groups, local industry, commercial and West Highway, SSMCι4, Room 8218,
Dated: October 31, 2002. recreational user groups, academia, Silver Spring, MD 20910–3282
Alan Neuschatz, conservation groups, government FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:
Associate Assistant Administrator for agencies, and the general public.
Management. Leslie McDonald, NCCOS/CSCOR/COP
Authority: 16 U.S.C. Section 1431 et seq. Grants Administrator, (301)713–3338/
[FR Doc. 02–28463 Filed 11–7–02; 8:45 am]
(Federal Domestic Assistance Catalog x155.
BILLING CODE 3510–08–M
Number 11.429 Marine Sanctuary Program) SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:
Dated: October 31, 2002.
Electronic Access
DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE Alan Neuschatz,
Associate Assistant Administrator for NOAA Standard Form and COP-
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Management. specific application forms are accessible
Administration [FR Doc. 02–28462 Filed 11–7–02; 8:45 am] with instructions on the following COP
BILLING CODE 3510–08–M
Internet Site: http://www.cop.noaa.gov,
Availability of Seats for the Olympic under the COP Grants Information
Coast National Marine Sanctuary section, Part D, Application Forms for
Advisory Council DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE Initial Proposal Submission.
AGENCY: National Marine Sanctuary Forms may be viewed and in most
Program (NMSP), National Ocean National Oceanic and Atmospheric cases filled in by computer. All forms
Service (NOS), National Oceanic and Administration must be printed, completed, and mailed
Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), [Docket No. 000817236–2242–04, I.D. No.
to NCCOS/CSCOR/COP with original
Department of Commerce (DOC). 082702F] signatures. If you are unable to access
ACTION: Notice and request for
this information, you may call COP at
applications. General Grant Administration Terms 301–713–3338 to leave a mailing
and Conditions of theCoastal Ocean request.
SUMMARY: The Olympic Coast National Program for FY2003 General information about the COP’s
Marine Sanctuary (OCNMS or projects and publications is also
AGENCY: National Centers for Coastal available on the NCCOS/CSCOR/COP
Sanctuary) is seeking applicants for the
following vacant seats on its Sanctuary Ocean Sciences/Center for Sponsored Internet Site.
Advisory Council (Council): Member Coastal Ocean Research, Coastal Ocean
Program (NCCOS/CSCOR/COP), Background
and alternate for the Conservation seat,
Member and alternate for the Research National Ocean Service (NOS), National (1) Program Authority(s): 16 U.S.C.
seat. Applicants are chosen based upon Oceanic and Atmospheric 1456c; 33 U.S.C. 883d; 33 U.S.C. 1442;
their particular expertise and experience Administration (NOAA), Department of 15 U.S.C. 1540; and/or Pub.L. 105–383.
in relation to the seat for which they are Commerce. (2) Catalog of Federal Domestic
applying; community and professional ACTION: Notice for financial assistance Assistance (CFDA): 11.478 Coastal
affiliations; philosophy regarding the for project research grants and Ocean Program.
conservation and management of marine cooperative agreements. (3) Program Description: NOAA’s
resources; and possibly the length of NCCOS/CSCOR/COP provides
SUMMARY: It is the intent of NOAA/NOS/ predictive capability for managing
residence in the area affected by the
Sanctuary. Applicants who are chosen NCCOS/CSCOR/COP to provide direct coastal ecosystems through sponsorship
as members should expect to serve financial assistance in the form of of research. NCCOS/CSCOR/COP seeks
three-year terms, pursuant to the discretionary research grants and to deliver the highest quality science in
Council’s Charter. cooperative agreements under its a timely manner for important coastal
program for the management of coastal decisions. It supports research on
DATES: Applications are due by
ecosystems. critical issues that exist in the Nation’s
November 29, 2002. This document does not solicit estuaries, coastal waters, and Great
ADDRESSES: Application kits may be proposals but rather describes the Lakes and translates its findings into
obtained from Andrew Palmer, OCNMS, general grant administration terms and accessible information for coastal
138 West First St., Port Angeles, WA conditions of the NCCOS/CSCOR/COP managers, planners, lawmakers, and the
98362 Completed applications should program for fiscal year 2003. It is public. The COP also supports
be sent to the same address. NCCOS/CSCOR/COP’s intent to issue educational activities at the graduate
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: supplemental Announcements of and undergraduate level to facilitate the
Andrew Palmer at (360) 457–6622 x. 30 Opportunities (AOs) to request development of qualified professionals
or andrew.palmer@noaa.gov. proposals on specific projects in the fields of coastal science,
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The throughout the year according to the management, and policy.
Sanctuary Advisory Council provides appropriations issued by Congress. AOs
NOAA with advice on the management will be issued through the Federal Coastal Ecosystem Oceanography
of the Sanctuary. Members provide Register. Information regarding these NCCOS/CSCOR/COP supports the
advice to the Olympic Coast Sanctuary announcements will be made available conservation and management of marine
Superintendent on Sanctuary issues. on the NCCOS/CSCOR/COP Home Page ecosystems through sponsorship of
The Council, through its members, also and NCCOS/CSCOR/COP’s e-mail list. improved ecological and oceanographic
serves as liaison to the community These announcements will provide predictions for resource management.
regarding Sanctuary issues and acts as a specific program descriptions. Studies focus on (1) understanding

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