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Published via the yank Geophysical Union as a part of the Lecture Notes on Coastal and Estuarine stories Series.
This number of essays summarizes a few of the ocean improvement paintings undertaken by way of the Dalhousie Ocean stories Programme within the jap Caribbean from 1980 to 1985. many of the members have been both at once or not directly desirous about this paintings. The genesis of the venture could be with regards to the institution of the Dalhousie Ocean reports Programme (DOSP) in 1979. DOSP used to be introduced into being via an enormous negotiated provide among Dalhousie college, Halifax, N.S., Canada, and the Social Sciences and arts learn Council of Canada (SSHRCC). This supply required DOSP to hold out a sequence of twelve tasks lower than a programme entitled "New instructions in Ocean legislation, coverage and Management." the aim of the programme used to be to enhance a considerable physique of information within the ocean legislation and administration box, educate a bunch of destiny "ocean managers" within the region, and create a Canadian centre of excellence within the ocean-related social sciences.
Chapter 1 the hot legislation of the ocean within the japanese Caribbean: An advent (pages 1–26): Edgar Gold
Chapter 2 The Delimitation of Maritime barriers within the jap Caribbean (pages 27–53): L.D.M. Nelson
Chapter three Ocean improvement and Marine assets within the jap Caribbean (pages 54–82): Carlyle L. Mitchell
Chapter four The legislation of the ocean within the Commonwealth Caribbean: The household legislation Context (pages 83–111): A. Ralph Carnegie
Chapter four The Marine surroundings and Ocean improvement within the japanese Caribbean (pages 112–142): Peter C. Underwood
Chapter 6 the advance of nationwide Marine laws within the jap Caribbean (pages 143–160): Norman Letalik
Chapter 7 neighborhood making plans to guard and advance the Caribbean Marine surroundings (pages 161–178): Jill Sheppard and Bisessar Chakalall
Chapter eight The felony wishes of powerful Fisheries administration within the Caribbean (pages 179–197): William R. Edeson
Chapter nine the improvement and alertness of Marine medical Knowledege within the jap Caribbean (pages 198–213): William L. Ford
Chapter 10 Maritime Transportation within the japanese Caribbean (pages 214–248): Jose G. Zuloaga
Chapter eleven nearby Cooperation and Ocean improvement: The Oecs adventure (pages 249–264): Vaughan A. Lewis and Brian Challenger
Chapter 12 the hot legislation of the ocean within the jap Caribbean: in the direction of a brand new Ocean improvement motion Plan (pages 265–276): Edgar Gold and Carlyle L. Mitchell
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