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Marine biodiversity protection through fisheries management - international legal developments

Author
Rose G.
Journal/Series
Review of European Community and International Environmental Law (RECIEL) | Vol. 8(3); 284 - 290; 7 p.
Date
1999
Source
IUCN (ID: ANA-066034)
Publisher | Place of publication
Basil Blackwell Ltd. | London, UK
Document type
Article in periodical
Language
English
Field of application
International
Subject
Wild species & ecosystems
Keyword
Biodiversity Fishery management and conservation

Other references

Treaty

United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea

Treaty | Multilateral | Montego Bay |

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

Source: IUCN (ID: TRE-000753)