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Ocean Yearbook 17
     

Ocean Yearbook 17

by Elisabeth Mann Borgese, Aldo Chircop, Moira L. McConnell
 

ISBN-10: 0226066207

ISBN-13: 9780226066202

Pub. Date: 07/28/2003

Publisher: University of Chicago Press Journals

Since 1978, the Ocean Yearbook has published original, peer-reviewed articles and reference materials for students and practitioners of international law, ocean development, coastal zone management, foreign policy, and strategic studies. Coverage includes the global management of marine resources, international law and environmental policy.

Ocean

Overview

Since 1978, the Ocean Yearbook has published original, peer-reviewed articles and reference materials for students and practitioners of international law, ocean development, coastal zone management, foreign policy, and strategic studies. Coverage includes the global management of marine resources, international law and environmental policy.

Ocean Yearbook is a collaborative initiative of the International Ocean Institute and the Marine and Environmental Law Programme at Dalhousie University Law School.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780226066202
Publisher:
University of Chicago Press Journals
Publication date:
07/28/2003
Series:
Ocean Yearbook Series , #17
Pages:
1119
Product dimensions:
6.96(w) x 9.76(h) x 2.09(d)

Table of Contents

Contents
The International Ocean Institute....................ix
Marine and Environmental Law Programme, Dalhousie Law School....................xvii
Acknowledgments....................xv
Issues and Prospects Non-European Sources of Law of the Sea, R. P. Anand....................1
Professionalization of the Field of Marine Affairs: Towards Standard-Setting in Education, Training and Practice, Aldo Chircop....................19
The International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea and Marine Environmental Protection: Expanding the Horizons of International Oceans Governance, Donald R. Rothwell....................26
From the Rhodian Sea Law to UNCLOS III,....................Wolfgang Graf Vitzthum Living Resources Solving the Tuna-Dolphin Problem in the Eastern Pacific Purse-Seine Fishery, Martin Hall, Marcela Campa and Martha Gómez....................60
Ecolabelling in the Fisheries Sector, Christine LeBlanc....................93
Aquaculture in the Fiji Islands: The Need for a Comprehensive Statutory Framework, Timothy Pickering....................142
Transportation and Communications Twilight of Flag State Control, Awni Behnam and Peter Faust....................167
Marine Biosecurity Issues in the World Oceans: Global Activities and Australian Directions, Chad Hewitt....................193
Ballast and Biosecurity: The Legal, Economic and Safety Implications of the Developing International Regime to Prevent the Spread of Harmful Aquatic Organisms and Pathogens in Ships' Ballast Water, Moira McConnell....................213
Environment and Coastal Management Beyond Fiduciary Duty: Aboriginal Rights andIntegrated Coastal Zone Management in New Zealand and Canada, Matthew Heemskeerk....................256
Integrating Risk Assessment and Management and Disaster Mitigation in Tourism Development Planning in Jamaica, Bevon Morrison....................290
The Prince Edward Islands: Southern Ocean Oasis, Evgeny A. Pakhomov and Steven L. Chown....................348
Integrated Coastal Management in Developing, Decentralizing Countries: The General Paradigm, the U.S. Model and the Indonesian Example, Jason M. Patlis, Maurice Knight, and Jeff Benoit....................380
Communicating the Harmful Impact of TBT: What can Scientists Contribute to EU Environmental Policy Planning in a Global Context?, Cato C. ten Hallers-Tjabbes, Jan P. Boon, José Luis Gómez Ariza, and John F. Kemp....................417
Empowering Local Communities: Case Study of Votua, Ba, Fiji, Joeli Veitayaki, William Aalbersberg and Alifereti Tawake....................449
Security and Military Activities Technology Cooperation and Transfer, Piracy and Armed Robbery at Sea: A Discussion Paper in Two Parts for UNICPOLOS II, Elisabeth Mann Borgese and François N. Bailet....................464
Abortions on the High Seas: Can the Coastal State invoke its Criminal Jurisdiction to Stop Them? Adam Newman....................512
Military Activities in the Exclusive Economic Zone: The Case of Aerial Surveillance, Ivan Shearer....................548
Climate Change and Arctic Shipping Global Warming and Canada's Shipping Lanes: An Oceanographer's View, Carl Anderson....................563
Climate Change and Canada's Shipping Lanes: The Background Science, Henry Hengeveld....................580
The Future of the Arctic Ocean: Competing Domains of International Public Policy, Douglas M. Johnston....................596
Appendices A. Annual Report of the International Ocean Institute....................625
1. Report of the International Ocean Institute, 2000-2001....................626
B. Selected Documents and Proceedings....................632
1. Oceans and the Law of the Sea: Report of the Secretary-General, 2001....................633
2. Oceans and the Law of the Sea: Report of the Secretary-General, 2001, Addendum....................782
3. United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, Report of the Eleventh Meeting of States Parties, New York, 14-18 May 2001....................813
4. Report on the Work of the United Nations Open-ended Informal Consultative Process Established by the General Assembly in its Resolution 54/33 in Order to Facilitate the Annual Review by the Assembly of Developments in Ocean Affairs at its Second Meeting....................835
5. Report of the Fourth Global Meeting of Regional Seas Conventions and Action Plans....................927
6. Review of Accomplishments in the Implementation of the Global Programme of Action, 1995-2001....................949
7. Montreal Declaration on the Protection of the Marine Environment from Land-Based Activities....................962
8. Conclusions of the Co-Chairs from the First Intergovernmental Review Meeting on the Implementation of the Global Programme of Action for the Protection of the Marine Environment from Land-Based Activities, Montreal, 26-30 November 2001....................966
9. Oceans and Coasts at Rio+10: Toward the 2002 World Summit on Sustainable Development, Johannesburg: Concluding Statement by Conference Co-Chairs, Paris, 3-7 December 2001....................973
C. Directory of Ocean-related Organizations....................978
Contributors....................1109
Index....................000

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