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Marine Environment Law

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ISBN13: 9781850444527
ISBN: 1850444528
Published: February 1993
Publisher: Informa Law
Format: looseleaf / ring bound
Price: Out of print



This is a work on marine environment law. More than a book on shipping law, oil pollution or offshore installations alone, it also covers such areas as the conservation of marine wildlife, protection for special sea areas, and pollution from land-based sources or the dumping of waste at sea.;Information concerning the various international Conventions - protocols to the Conventions, for example - can be difficult to obtain. ""Marine Environment Law"" draws together all the relevant legislation in one convenient volume.;""Marine Environment Law"" is usefully divided into eleven main subject areas to enable you to locate information easily and quickly.;There are individual sections on: pollution by oil from ships and in harbours; civil liability for oil pollution from ships; pollution by other harmful substances; pollution caused by normal operation of ships; pollution from land-based sources; dumping of waste at sea; pollution from sea-bed activities; conservation of marine species. In addition, two essential introductory sections cover marine environment law generally and jurisdiction over the sea and ships.

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Contents:
Marine environment law; jurisdiction over the sea and ships; pollution by oil from ships and in harbours; civil liability for oil pollution from ships; pollution by harmful substances other than oil; pollution caused by the normal operations of a ship; pollution from offshore installations and pipelines; pollution from land-based sources; the dumping of waste at sea; pollution from sea-bed activities; conservation of marine species.