Ireland and the Law of the Sea
This text examines the law relating to the extent of coastal waters; fishery jurisdiction; the definition and extent of the continental shelf; activities of foreign warships, particularly submerged submarines in the Irish Sea; coastal State control over migratory fish such as salmon; marine pollution; and the question of maritime boundaries around Ireland, both in respect of the continental shelf and 200-mile fishery zones.
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IRISH BASELINES AND INTERNAL WATERS
THE TERRITORIAL SEA AND CONTIGUOUS ZONE
FISHERY ZONES AND THE IRISH VIEWPOINT
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