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Contemporary issues of the Law of the Sea: Modern Russian approaches

Author
Kovalev A.A.
Date
2004
Source
IUCN (ID: MON-073549)
Publisher | Place of publication
Eleven International Publishing | Utrecht, The Netherlands
ISBN
90-77596-03-8
Pages
304 p.
Document type
Monography/book
Language
English
Country/Territory
Russian Federation
Subject
Sea
Keyword
Policy/planning Territorial sea Marine pollution (ship-based sources) Continental shelf Marine pollution (land-based sources) Oil pollution Deep sea bed Maritime zone High seas EEZ-Exclusive Economic Zone Marine pollution
Geographical area
Arctic, Antarctica
Basin
Caspian Sea
Abstract

Contents: 1. Internal sea waters 2. Territorial sea 3. Contiguous zone 4. Archipelagic waters 5. Exclusive economic zone 6. Continental shelf 7. Seabed beyond limits of national jurisdiction 8. High seas 9. Closed and semi-closed seas 10. Legal regime of Caspian Sea 11. Legal regime of the Arctic 12. International legal regime of the Antarctic 13. International straits 14. International canals 15. Protection and preservation of marine environment 16. International maritime organizations

Other references

Treaty

United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea

Treaty | Multilateral | Montego Bay |

Keyword: Alien species, Inspection, Legal proceedings/administrative proceedings, Management/conservation, Deep sea bed, Islands, Bycatch, Offences/penalties, Enforcement/compliance, Risk assessment/management, Fishing licence fee, Authorization/permit, Fishery management and conservation, Total allowable catch, Marine fisheries, Liability/compensation, Pollution control, Future generations, Marine pollution, Dispute settlement, Monitoring, Stock enhancement/repopulation, Maritime zone, Policy/planning, Marine pollution (dumping at sea), Size, Contract/agreement, Access right, Education, Data collection/reporting, Research, EIA, International organization, Long-range air pollution, Marine mammals, Mining, Business/industry/corporations, High seas, Sovereignty, Marine pollution (land-based sources), Migratory species, Vessel ownership, Court/tribunal, Marine resources management, Jurisdictional competence, Fishing licence, Harbour, Early warning system/emergency intervention system, Fishing gear/fishing method, Navigation, Registration, Continental shelf, Marine pollution (ship-based sources), Exploration, Seasons, International relations/cooperation, Technology transfer, EEZ-Exclusive Economic Zone, Sustainable use

Source: IUCN (ID: TRE-000753)