Sea-bed Energy and Minerals: The continental shelf
Edward Duncan Brown
M. Nijhoff Publishers, 1992 - Law - 532 pages
This first book in a three-volume set is concerned with the law governing the exploitation of energy and mineral resources in the areas within the limits of national jurisdiction - that is, all of the submarine areas extending from the coast to the seaward limit of the continental shelf.
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Andaman Sea application Baltic Sea baselines basis boundary line Channel Islands coastal coastline Commission Contiguous Zone continental margin continental shelf boundary Court of Arbitration Date Zone Legislative Decision delimitation dispute EEZ Claims effect equidistance line equidistance method equidistance principle equitable principles equitable solution Exclusive Economic Zone factors fishery formula further Geneva Convention geographical Guidelines Guinea-Bissau Gulf of Maine I.C.J. Reports Ibid Indonesia installation or structure International Court international customary law international law Jan Mayen Libya Annex Loc.cit maritime delimitation Maritime Zones median line Method of Delimitation Nat.Leg natural prolongation nautical miles navigation negotiations neighbouring North Sea Continental Ocean opposite or adjacent outer limit Paragraph pollution principles and rules recognised reference relation relevant circumstances Republic rules of international Sea Continental Shelf sea-bed single maritime boundary special circumstances submarine areas TDMZ Treaty territorial sea Tribunal Tunisia UNCLOS United Kingdom United Nations waters Zone Legislative Provision