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Dual Approach to Ocean Governance: The Cases of Zonal and Integrated Management in International Law of the Sea (eBook)

ISBN13: 9781317188315
Published: December 2008
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
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Taking the North-East Atlantic ocean as an example of regional practice, this book addresses the dual approach to ocean governance in international law. It examines the interaction between zonal and integrated management approaches and the conservation of marine living resources and marine biological diversity.

The study examines the limitations of the traditional zonal approach and suggests new possibilities for conformity between sovereign states, international law and sustainable development.

Public International Law, eBooks
A new perspective on ocean governance
Part 1 The Dual Approach to Conservation of Marine Living Resources: Limits of the zonal management approach to conservation of marine living resources
The quest for an integrated management approach to the conservation of marine living resources.
Part 2 The Dual Approach to Conservation of Marine Biological Diversity: Conservation of marine biological diversity in international law: a general appraisal
Marine protected areas in conservation of marine biological diversity
in search of an integrated management approach.
Part 3 Marine Scientific Research as a Foundation of Ocean Governance: The obligation to co-operate in marine scientific research and conservation of marine living resources and biological diversity
General conclusion
Selected Bibliography.