David D. Caron, Dr. jur. (1990) in International Law, Leiden University, is the C. William Maxeiner Distinguished Professor of Law at the University of California at Berkeley. He published extensively on the law of the sea, international environmental law and international dispute resolution.
Harry N. Scheiber, Ph.D (1961) in History, Cornell University, is the Stefan A. Riesenfeld Professor of Law and History at the University of California at Berkeley. He published extensively on the law of the sea, U.S federalism and constitutional law and economic history.
All those interested in ocean law and policy (including ocean transport and fisheries), nuclear power, nuclear waste management, terrorism, nuclear disarmament ,environment, Arctic, South Pacific
"As the editors note in the book's introductory part 1, knowledge about the oceans and about various nuclear-related activities has not
previously been consolidated in one place. This knowledge has been fragrnenred among pockets of specialized experts. This book brings together
valuable historical, environmental, scientific, political, and legal studies about a variety of nuclear activities. The Oceans in the Nuclear Age admirably achieves its goal: it "frame[s] the complex multidimensional set of relationships between the oceans and the nuclear age, uncovers
patterns of impact and response in the legal regime, and raises further questions for research" (p.3).
-John E. Noyes, California Western School of Law, The American Journal of International Law.