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Continental Shelf Limits: The Scientific and Legal Interface

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ISBN13: 9780195117820
ISBN: 0195117824
Published: June 2000
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: USA
Format: Hardback
Price: £112.50

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Article 76 of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea lays down the rules and regulations governing claims to a continental shelf beyond 200 nautical miles for the 130 coastal states and entities that have ratified or acceded to it. This book is designed to help those coastal states implement the provisions of Article 76, covering the technical issues involved and explaining the interface between the legal concepts contained within the article. It covers all aspects that will have to be considered by a coastal state if it wishes to make a claim under the Convention, including the characteristics of continental margins, distance determination, bathymetric data collection, geological and geophysical techniques, and boundary conditions. The book does not set out to support a particular or potential claim.

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Public International Law
Part A: Setting the Scene; 1. Introduction; 2. The United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea; 3. Legal Aspects of the Continental Shelf; 4. Characteristics of Continental Margins; 5. Resources of the Continental Shelf
Part B: Methodology; 6. Geodetic Techniques; 7. Historical Methods of Positioning at Sea; 8. Satellite Positioning Methods; 9. Historical Methods of Depth Measurement; 10. Present Day Methods of Depth Measurement; 11. Interpretation of Bathymetry; 12. Seismic Reflections and Refraction Methods; 13. Gravity and Magnetic Methods; 14. Geological Techniques; 15. Data Sources, Management, and Presentation
Part C: Establishing the Case; 16. Initial Assessment; 17. The Practical Realization of the Continental Shelf
Part D: Other Issues; 18. Ridge Issues; 19. Deep Sea Fan Issues; 20. Delimitation Issues
Part E: Annexes; Technical Glossary of Terms; Key Provisions UNCLOS; 1958 Geneva Convention on the Continental Shelf; Acronyms