The law of the sea : progress and prospects / edited by David Freestone, Richard Barnes and David M. Ong.
Contributor(s): Freestone, David. editor | Barnes, Richard. editor | Ong, David M. editor.Material type: BookPublisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2009Edition: Reprinted ed.Description: xxxvi, 465 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780199299614.Subject(s): Law of the sea | | Business, Political Scienc September2018 October2018DDC classification: 341.45 Online resources: Table of contents | Contributor biographical information | Publisher description
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Reprint of the 2006 ed.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
The law of the sea: progress and prospects / Richard Barnes, David Freestone, and David M. Ong -- Reflection on the 1982 Convention on the Law of the Sea / L. Dolliver M. Nelson --
Further development of the 1982 Law of the Sea Convention: mechanisms for change / Alan Boyle -- The role of the United Nations in international oceans governance / Louise de La Fayette -- Administering the mineral resources of the deep seabed / Satya Nandan -- Towards an international law for the conservation of offshore hydrocarbon resources within the continental shelf? / David Ong -- The protection of underwater cultural heritage: Article 303 and the UNESCO Convention / Tullio Scovazzi -- Maritime boundary delimitation: where do we go from here? / Malcolm Evans -- Submissions to the CLCS in cases of unresolved land and maritime disputes: the significance of Article 76(10) of the Convention on the Law of the Sea / Constance Johnson and Alex Oude Elferink -- From permission to prohibition: the 1982 LOSC and protection of the marine environment / Catherine Redgwell -- Port State jurisdiction: towards mandatory and comprehensive use / Erik Jaap Molenaar -- The protection of biodiversity and fisheries management: issues raised by the relationship between CITES and LOSC / Erik Franckx -- The Convention on the Law of the Sea: an effective framework for domestic fisheries conservation? / Richard Barnes -- Marine mammals: exploiting the ambiguities of Article 65 LOSC and related provisions: practice under the International Convention for Regulation of Whaling / Patricia W. Birnie --High seas fisheries management under the LOSC / Kristina M. Gjerde -- The role of the World Bank and the global environment facility in the implementation of the regime of the Law of the Sea Convention / David Freestone -- Freedoms of the high sea in the modern law of the sea / David Anderson -- Freedom of navigation in a post 9/11 world: security and creeping jurisdiction / Stuart Kaye --
Security and the law of the sea in East Asia: navigational regimes and exclusive economic zones / Sam Bateman --
Some reflections on the operation of the dispute settlement system of the UN Convention of the Law of the Sea during its first decade / Robin Churchill -- A system for law of the sea dispute settlement / Tullio Treves -- The World Court and peaceful settlement of oceans disputes / Barbara Kwiatkowska.
Presents a collection of essays on the law of the sea. This book focusses on topics of long-standing and contemporary concern, such as navigation, security and the protection of natural resources.