Law of the Sea: A Select Bibliography (Google eBook)

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United Nations Publications, Jan 1, 2004 - Business & Economics - 129 pages
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This bibliography is divided into 21 subject categories based mainly on the major topics of the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea. Topics include: territorial sea and contiguous zone; exclusive economic zone and fishery zone; continental shelf; high seas; navigation and shipping; peace and security; crimes at sea; living and non-living resources; archaeological and historical objects. Its content is selective and restricted to monographs and periodical literature. It includes citations of recently published books and articles, primarily in English, French and Spanish.
  

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Contents

Law of the sea general
1
Territorial sea and contiguous zone including baselines
4
Exclusive economic zone and fishery zone
5
Continental shelf
7
High seas
8
The Area and the International Seabed Authority
11
Islands and archipelagos
12
Delimitation
14
Marine science and technology
56
Archaeological and historical objects
60
Regional approaches and regional cooperation
64
Polar regions
70
National policies and State practice
72
Coastal zone management and practice
89
Conflicts and dispute settlement
94
General reference works
102

Navigation and shipping including straits
17
Peace and security including naval activities
27
Crimes at sea
30
Protection and preservation of the marine environment
32
Living resources including fishery management
42
Nonliving resources
54
United Nations sales publications in the Law of the Sea series
103
Law of the Sea Bulletins
109
Author index
117
ThA
121
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