Pollution of the Sea - Prevention and Compensation / Edition 1 available in Paperback
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- Springer Berlin Heidelberg
The International Max Planck Research School for Maritime Affairs hosted a global conference addressing marine pollution. At this meeting, academics and practitioners came together to discuss their findings and debate recent developments from an interdisciplinary perspective. This volume reflects those discussions, examining a broad range of topics concerning the ecological, economic, political, and legal aspects of the pollution of the sea.
Table of ContentsWelcome Address and Introduction.- Welcome Address and Introduction.- Ecological Aspects of Marine Pollution.- Survey: Sources, Paths and Effects of Marine Pollution.- Modelling the Fate of Persistent Toxic Substances in the North Sea: ?-HCH and PCB 153 Multiyear Simulations.- Rebuilding the Eastern Baltic Cod Stock in a System of Change An MPA Approach.- Prevention of Marine Pollution Institutional Foundations.- Prevention of Marine Pollution: The Contribution of IMO.- The Contribution of the European Union to Marine Pollution Prevention.- HELCOM’s Contribution to the Prevention of Marine Pollution.- Transport of Hazardous and Noxious Goods by Sea The IMDG Code.- Compensation for Marine Pollution.- Origins and Compensation of Marine Pollution A Survey.- Maritime Pollution Compensation or Enforcement?.- The International Oil Pollution Compensation Funds and the International Regime of Compensation for Oil Pollution Damage.- Compensation by the Coastal States The Prestige Disaster.- International Convention on Civil Liability for Bunker Oil Pollution Damage, 2001 Liability and Insurance Aspects.