Coastal and Ocean Law: Cases and Materials

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Joseph J. Kalo
West Group, Jan 1, 2002 - Law - 812 pages
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This detailed and informed reference provides extensive cases and materials addressing coastal and ocean law. The text has been completely updated with the most recent cases, problems, and statutory developments. It examines such issues as: the conceptual and common law underpinnings of coastal law, the public trust doctrine, riparian rights, protection of water quality, coastal wetlands and beach management, coastal construction regulation, regulatory takings, Law of the Sea Convention, marine wildlife preservation, and global trade obligations. Discusses substantive changes to marine fisheries management law, analyzing the latest cases on quotas and restriction of access to fisheries, treaty rights, and state jurisdiction.

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