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The International Law Of Fisheries

Pub Date : 1987 | Author : Douglas M. Johnston | Publisher : Martinus Nijhoff Publishers

ISBN 10 : 089838902X
ISBN 13 : 9780898389029

Antarctica is the last, most inhospitable frontier on earth, yet it presents a great number of unresolved conflicts between nations, individuals, environmentalists, scientists & bu..

The New International Law Of Fisheries

Pub Date : 1994-01 | Author : William T. Burke | Publisher : Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN 10 : UVA:35007000070593
ISBN 13 :

The call by the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development for New Negotiation to improve conservation of high seas fishing stocks again challenges the capacity of in..

The Changing International Law Of High Seas Fisheries

Pub Date : 1999-03-04 | Author : Francisco Orrego Vicuña | Publisher : Cambridge University Press

ISBN 10 : 0521641934
ISBN 13 : 9780521641937

This book examines the international law of high seas fisheries in the light of the negotiations of the Third United Nations Conference on the Law of the Sea, the State and interna..

Fisheries Subsidies Under International Law

Pub Date : 2010-09-17 | Author : Chen-Ju Chen | Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN 10 : 3642156932
ISBN 13 : 9783642156939

Subsidies to fisheries have been in existence for centuries. However, these remained outside the spotlight of the international community until the turn of this century when the ne..

Promoting Sustainable Fisheries

Pub Date : 2010 | Author : Mary Ann E. Palma | Publisher : BRILL

ISBN 10 : 9789004175754
ISBN 13 : 900417575X

Analyses the concept of illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing and the international instruments which provide the legal and policy framework to combat IUU fishing. Palma, Tsa..

The International Law Of Eez Fisheries

Pub Date : 2010 | Author : Marion Markowski | Publisher : Europa Law Pub Netherlands

ISBN 10 : 908952004X
ISBN 13 : 9789089520043

As fish stocks continue to decline worldwide, coastal States seem to have largely failed in effectively managing fisheries in their Exclusive Economic Zones (EEZs). This study exam..