Australia's Antarctic Policy Options
Centre for Resource and Environmental Studies, Australian National University, Jan 1, 1984 - Antarctica - 412 pages
Contains 11 papers concerned with various aspects of Australia's policy options regarding Antarctica including sovereignty, boundaries, mineral resources, fauna, and scientific research.
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Adelie Land Antarctic Division Antarctic environment Antarctic marine Antarctic mineral Antarctic policy Antarctic Research Antarctic system Antarctic treaty system Article assessment Australia Australia's policy Australian Antarctic Territory Australian National University Beeby draft benefits Bunger Hills Canberra CCAMLR claimants commission committee common heritage consultative meeting consultative parties continuing Contracting Parties convention countries decision Department of Foreign ecosystem effect Enderby Land environmental exploitation Foreign Affairs global impact interest in Antarctica involved Island issues jurisdiction krill land logistic Macquarie Island major marine living resources Mawson mineral activity mineral exploration mineral resource minerals negotiations minerals regime objectives ocean offshore operations option possible potential present Treaty Prince Charles Mountains principles problem programs protection Prydz Bay recognised region rock Ross Sea scientific research seals sector sediments South sovereignty sovereignty in Antarctica specific stations tide tion United Nations Vestfold Hills whales wilderness world park