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Chapter 1Radiation and the Marine Environment
Chapter 2Transport of Radioactive Materials
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1958 Conference 1958 Convention action adopted agreement amendment arbitration areas asserted assure coastal Commission considerable contained contiguous claims contiguous zone continental shelf Contracting Governments Corfu criteria developed disposal activities disposal of radioactive disputes draft enforcement established Euratom evaluation exercise exist fisheries fishing fission products Footnote continued foreign vessels Harvard Research hazards health and safety high seas IAEA impose innocent passage inspection INT'L international body international law International Law Commission JESSUP jurisdiction and control license ment national authorities navigation necessary Nuclear Energy Agency nuclear maritime activities nuclear ship nuclear vessels nuclear-powered vessels obligation operation package permit pollution prevent problem radioactive materials radioactive wastes reactor safety regulations regulatory require rule sea disposal ship reactor shipments specific STAT supra note ternational territorial limits territorial sea territorial waters tion transport of radioactive treaties types U.N. Doc United Kingdom vessels in distress violation waste disposal World Health Organization