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A sea change : the exclusive economic zone and governance institutions for living marine resources

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A sea change : the exclusive economic zone and governance institutions for living marine resources
Original Title A sea change : the exclusive economic zone and governance institutions for living marine resources
Author Ebbin, Syma A, Hoel, Alf HaĚŠkon, 1957-, Sydnes, Are K
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Topics Economic zones (Law of the sea), Fishery law and legislation, Marine resources development
Publisher Dordrecht, The Netherlands : Springer, Norwell, MA : Sold and distributed in North, Central, and South America by Springer
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Language English
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A Sea Change: The Exclusive Economic Zone and Governance Institutions for Living Marine ResourcesAuthor: Syma A. Ebbin, Alf HĂĄkon Hoel, Are K. Sydnes Published by Springer Netherlands ISBN: 978-1-4020-3132-8 DOI: 10.1007/1-4020-3133-5Table of Contents:Ocean Governance and Institutional Change
A Brief Introduction to the Principal Provisions of the International Legal Regime Governing Fisheries in the EEZ
The Performance of Exclusive Economic Zones
Fisheries Management in the Russian Federation
Integrated Oceans Management and the Institutional Performance of Exclusive Economic Zones
The Impact of the EEZ on Pacific Salmon Management
Regulating Access and the Use of Marine Genetic Resources within the Exclusive Economic Zone
Regional Fisheries Organisations and International Fisheries Governance
Exclusive Economic Zones and the Management of Fisheries in the South China Sea
Staking Their Claims: The Management of Marine Resources in the Exclusive Economic Zones of the Pacific Islands
FAO’S Fisheries Programme and the Plan of Implementation of the World Summit on Sustainable Development
Governing the Bering Sea Region
Changing Seas, Changing Institutions: Charting New Courses into the FutureIncludes bibliographical references and index
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