National Claims to Maritime Jurisdiction
Robert W. Smith
U.S. Department of State, Office of Ocean Law and Policy, Bureau of Oceans and International, Environmental and Scientific Affairs, 1990 - Contiguous zones (Law of the sea) - 167 pages
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12 n.m. Foreign Additional shelf areas agreement vith Agreement with France agreement with Indonesia ARCHIPELAGIC BASELINES,AND HISTORIC CLAIMS Boundary agreement CLAIMS Establishes straight cont'd CONTIGUOUS ZONE CONTIGUOUS ZONE IV continental margin CONTINENTAL SHELF CONVENTION Signed December DATE SOURCE LIMITS declaration Decree Law depth of exploitation Edge of continental EEZ ECONOMIC EEZ Enabling legislation enters into force Establishes straight baselines EXCLUSIVE ECONOMIC EEZ Exclusive Economic Zone Gulf historic bay HISTORIC CLAIMS Establishes Indonesia Indonesia enters Islands LAW OF Signed legislation for straight margin or 200 MARITIME BOUNDARIES VII Maritime Zones Act meters n. m. Foreign warships n. m. ZONE n.m. EEZ ECONOMIC n.m. Fishing zone n.m. SEA nautical miles nm EEZ obtain permission prior Order-in-Council POLLUTION ZONES 200 prior to entering Proclamation protests this claim Royal Decree SEA CONVENTION Signed shelf areas defined SOURCE LIMITS NOTES STRAIGHT BASELINES,AND HISTORIC straits TERRITORIAL SEA TYPE DATE SOURCE U.S. protests claim warships must obtain