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TITLE: Rights and responsibilities in the maritime environment : national and international dilemmas / Martin Tsamenyi and Max Herriman, editors.
AUTHOR: Maritime Policy Issues Conference (1995 : Australian Institute of International Affairs, Canberra)
SERIES: Wollongong Papers on Maritime Policy : no. 5.
PUBLISHED: Wollongong, Australia : University of Wollongong, Centre for Maritime Policy, 1996.
DESCRIPTION: 106 [108] p. ; 21 cm.
NOTES: "The papers presented in this volume were delivered at a one-day conference held in Canberra on Tuesday 23 May 1995 under the joint sponsorship of the RAN Maritime Studies Program, the Centre for Maritime Policy at the University of Wollongong and the Australian Institute of International Affairs. The purpose of the conference was to begin to explore issues relating to the rights and responsibilities of States at sea under the LOSC."
NOTES: CONTENTS: 1. Preamble to the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea.--2. Opening address by Richard Searby.--3. The Law of the Sea and maritime strategy by Eric Grove.--4. Coastal state sovereignty and navigational freedoms : current issues in the Asia-Pacific region by Donald R. Rothwell.--5. Environmental concerns: their impact on activities at sea by Robin Warner.--6. Managing and conserving the marine environment by Peter Bridgewater,--7. Rights and responsibilities - shipping by Paul McGrath.--8. Fishing rights and responsibilities at sea: analysis of relevant provisions of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea by Martin Tsamenyi & Transform Aqorau.--9. Shipping, fishing and free trade by Anthony Bergin.--10. Overlapping maritime regimes: some problems for policy-makers by Bruce Davis.
NOTES: Donated by University of Wollongong, Centre for Maritime Policy, Wollongong, Australia.
SUBJECT: Maritime Law.
SUBJECT: Coastal zone management.
SUBJECT: Access to the Sea (International Law).
SUBJECT: Maritime resources and state.
ADDED ENTRY: Tsamenyi, B.M. (Ben Martin), 1952-
ADDED ENTRY: Herriman, M.A. (Maxwell Allen), 1959-
ADDED ENTRY: Centre for Maritime Policy (Wollongong, N.S.W.)
ADDED ENTRY: Bateman, Sam Series editor.
ADDED ENTRY: United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (1982).

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