Resources & Environment in Asia's Marine Sector

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CRC Press, Apr 1, 1992 - Nature - 504 pages
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This volume brings together a cross-section of marine experts who provide a comprehensive exploration of the major facets of Asia's marine sector. It considers both the marine mineral and fish stocks in Asian waters. This extensive volume examines "official" statistics with an objective eye and provides an overview of fish stock with much focus on the access and management of tuna. It considers global economic issues concerning fishing rights, looks at joint ventures between nations, and considers law enforcement efforts. The volume devotes a section to sea lanes and another to off shore mineral deposits. It also considers current and growing problems and possible solutions regarding pollution:
  

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Contents

A Statistical
3
Use of Shared Stocks in the Northwest Pacific
13
Changes in Tuna Fisheries Negotiations between
41
Access and Management in the Tuna Fisheries of
59
Impact of Global Exclusive Economic Zones
87
Economic Evaluation of Trade and Production in
99
Joint Ventures in Fisheries
111
Fisheries Law Enforcement Programs Practices
129
Japanese Efforts in MarineRanching Development
199
Seabed Resources of Taiwans Offshore Area
277
Substitutability of Services and the Value of Transit
297
Economic Value of the Malacca Strait
307
Adaptation of an Integrated Ocean
337
Tract Metals Radionuclides and Thermal Diffusion
361
Marine Pollution and Tourism
381
Index
447

Economics of Coastal Aquaculture in Thailand
163
Status
185
About the Contributors
453
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