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International Fisheries Management

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Stuart M. KayeProfessor of Law, James Cook University, Queensland, Australia

ISBN13: 9789041198204
ISBN: 9041198202
Published: December 2000
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Hardback
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While the size of the world's fishing catch remains at a constant level, current fishing practices are placing increasing pressure on stocks, and in turn threatening the communities which rely on them. This work examines the role of international law in dealing with this crisis in world fisheries, discussing the principles of marine living resource management found in contemporary international law, and analysing the means by which those principles are implemented. The study is focused around the two principal approaches to fisheries management: the first based upon maximising the yield of particular stocks, and reflected in the content of the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea; and the second founded on the precautionary approach and the associated notion of risk assessment, which encourage taking into account the management of the entire ecosystem. The author explores the legal bases of these different approaches and charts their development in international law. The work makes a comparative analysis of the two systems with reference to two international conventions, operating in analogous polar environments:;the Bering Sea ""Doughnut Hole"" Convention, designed to preserve the pollock stock in the central area of the Bering Sea; and the Convention for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR), designed to manage all the elements of the marine ecosystem of the Southern Ocean. The author concludes with a discussion of the difficulties common to both approaches in the area of compliance, and proposes a number of mechanisms by which the management of stocks could be improved.

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1. Introduction.
2. Regime Theory and International Fisheries Management.
3. Development of International Fisheries Management Prior to UNCLOS III.
4. International Fisheries Management under the 1982 Law of the Sea Convention.
5. The Precautionary Approach and International Fisheries Management.
6. Ecosystem Management and International Fisheries.
7. Co-Management of International Fisheries.
8. Bering Sea Fisheries Prior to 1994.
9. The Bering Sea Doughnut Hole Convention.
10. Antarctic Treaty Management of Southern Ocean Fisheries.
11. The Convention on the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources in Action.
12. Lessons from Polar Fisheries Regimes.
13. The Future of International Fisheries Management. Conclusion. Index.