Contents: 1. Worldwide Maritime Boundary Delimitation: The State of Play, Gerald H. Blake; 2. Delimitation of Maritime Boundaries: Emergent Legal Principles and Problems, Patricia Birnie; 3. Straight and Archipelagic Baselines, J.R.V. Prescott; 4. The Importance of Geographical Scale in Considering Offshore Boundary Problems, Ewan Anderson; 5. The Area Beyond National Jurisdiction: Limits of the Continental Shelf, P.R.R. Gardiner; 6. Maritime Boundaries and the Emerging Regional Bases of World Ocean Management, Hance D. Smith; 7. Common Fishery Resources and Maritime Boundaries: The Case of the Channel Islands, Stephen R. Langford; 8. European, National and Regional Concepts of Fishing Limits in the European Community, Mark Wise; 9. Offshore Jurisdictional Claims of the Republic of Ireland, Proinnsais Breathnach; 10. Maritime Boundary Problems in the Barents Sea, R.R. Churchill; 11. The United States Exclusive Economic Zone: Mineral Resources, Fillmore C.F. Earney; 12. Historical Geography and the Canada-United States Seaward Boundary on Georges Bank, Louis De Vorsey; 13. Maritime Boundaries in the Mediterranean: Aspects of Cooperation and Dispute, Nurit Kliot; 14. Defining the Indefinable: Antarctic Maritime Boundaries, Gerard J. Mangone; 15. Local Government Limits in the Coastal Zone of England and Wales, Joyce Halliday; Bibliography; Index^R
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Book Description Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 1988. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0389207268