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Ocean Yearbook, Volume 19

Published in cooperation with the International Ocean Institute and Dalhousie University Law School, Ocean Yearbook,Volume 19 presents original, peer-reviewed articles, reviews, and reference materials from experts in such diverse fields as governance and sustainable development, integrated coastal and ocean management, global and regional cooperation, and international law and environmental policy.

950 pages | 6 x 9 1/2

Earth Sciences: Oceanography and Hydrology

Table of Contents

Editors’ Foreword
The International Ocean Institute
Marine and Environmental Law Programme, Dalhousie Law School

Issues and Prospects

From Mare Liberum to Mare Reservarum: Canada’s Opportunity for Global Leadership in Ocean Resource Governance
by Dirk Zeller

Fratres in Maribus: The First International Ocean Science Conference 150 Years Ago
byRoger Charlier

Roles for a Precautionary Approach in Marine Resources Management
by Richard G. Hildreth, M. Casey Jarman, and Margaret Langlas

Living Resources

Threats to Aquatic Biodiversity from Shrimp Fry Fishing in Bangladesh Coastal Waters: Devising Management Measures to Restore Sustainability
by Nuruddin Mahmood, Mohammed M. Uddin, Mohammed S.M. Chowdhury, and Mohammed G. Khan

Fishing Rights: A New Dawn for South Africa’s Marine Subsistence Fishers
by Emma Witbooi

Poland’s Baltic Sea Fishery on the Eve of Accession to the Common Fisheries Policy of the European Union
by Jolanta Zieziula

Environment and Coastal Management

Use, Role, and Nuisance Aspects of Algae in Coastal and Related Ecosystems: The Importance of Controlling Eutrophication
by Roger Charlier and Philippe Morand

Water Pollution Control: The Economics and Ethics of Making Polluters Pay
by William Howarth

Multi-Regime Regulation—How the South Pacific Region Influences Global Marine Environmental Policy-Making: A Study of Radioactive Waste Dumping
by Britta Meinke-Brandmaier

Defining and Adapting to Coastal Hazards in Atlantic Canada: Facing the Challenge of Rising Sea Levels, Storm Surges and Shoreline Erosion in a Changing Climate
by Charles T. O’Reilly, Donald L. Forbes, and George S. Parkes

Socioeconomic Implications of Siting Marine Protected Areas in U.S. Waters
by James N. Sanchirico, Kathryn C. Viatella, and Peter M. Emerson

Evaluating and Enhancing the Implementation of the Marine and Coastal Programme of Work of the Convention on Biological Diversity
by Marjo Vierros and Charlotte Salpin

Maritime Transport and Security

Seafarers: A Review of Recent Research
by David Glen

Maritime Security, Terrorism and the "New Economy"
by David N. Griffiths

Maritime Security: Consequences for the Maritime Transport Industry
by Andree Kirchner

Strategic Development of Liner Shipping Companies and Terminal Operators: Regionalization or Globalization?
by Geraldo De Souza Araujo Jr., Anthony K. C. Beresford, and Stephen J. Pettit

Container Shipping in the European Ranges and the Potential Viability of the Newcomer Jade-Weser Port
by Joachim Weber

Reconsidering the Cargo Sector’s Seafarer Labor Market: A 21st Century Profile of Global Seafarers
by Bin Wu and Helen Sampson


A.Annual Report of the International Ocean Institute
1.Report of the International Ocean Institute, 2003

B. Selected Documents and Proceedings
1.Oceans and the Law of the Sea: Report of the Secretary-General, 2003
2.Oceans and the Law of the Sea: Report of the Secretary-General, 2003, Addendum
3.United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, Report of the Thirteenth Meeting of States Parties, New York, 9-13 June 2003
4.Report on the work of the United Nations Open-ended Informal Consultative Process on Oceans and the Law of the Sea
5.Guidelines on Places of Refuge for Ships in Need of Assistance
6.Message from Pacem in Maribus XXX

C.Directory of Oceans-related Organizations



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