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by Maria Helena Fonseca de Souza Rolim, with contributions by Erkki Leppäkoski and Gaetano Librando
"In providing a broad overview of the legal aspects related to marine pollution caused by ballast water and tank sediments, this book offers a pragmatic analysis of the current international legal system, and includes principles of international customary law and also references to a ...
Howard S. Schiffman
Reservations and veto mechanisms found in marine conservation agreements have contributed to the decline of living ocean resources. This book chronicles their use in the history of key marine conservation and management regimes and examines the evolving legal framework that informs, and ...
General Editor: George K. Walker, Wake Forest University, Co-Publication with: The American Branch of the International Law Association
Definitions for the Law of the Sea elucidates undefined terms and phrases used in The United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) itself, as well as terms used in its analysis. Based on nearly a decade of work by the American Branch of the International Law Association’s Law of the ...
Edited by Myron H. Nordquist, Satya N. Nandan, and James Kraska
This Supplement to the seven-volume series United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea 1982, A Commentary, prepared at the University of Virginia’s Center for Oceans Law and Policy, contains additional primary documents and materials directly related to the Convention.
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