Publications on Ocean Development

Editors:
Dr Alex Oude Elferink
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This wide-ranging series aims to provide expert insights into the most fundamental and most topical aspects of the law of the sea, covering issues such as the nature and implications of legal institutions and the jurisprudence concerning the law of the sea, maritime delimitation, and regional and global developments. Practitioners and academics, political actors and international lawyers alike will benefit from these studies.

Shipping in Inuit Nunangat
Governance Challenges and Approaches in Canadian Arctic Waters
Volume 101
978-90-04-50857-6
The South China Sea Arbitration
Jurisdiction, Admissibility, Procedure
Volume 99
978-90-04-38119-3
Change in the Law of the Sea
Context, Mechanisms and Practice
Volume 96
978-90-04-50855-2
International Law and Marine Areas beyond National Jurisdiction
Reflections on Justice, Space, Knowledge and Power
Volume 95
978-90-04-50636-7
Excessive Maritime Claims
Fourth Edition
Volume 93
978-90-04-44353-2
Regime Interaction in Ocean Governance
Problems, Theories and Methods
Volume 91
978-90-04-42210-0
The Law of the Seabed
Access, Uses, and Protection of Seabed Resources
Volume 90
Editor(s): Catherine Banet
978-90-04-39156-7
Historic Waters and Historic Rights in the Law of the Sea
A Modern Reappraisal, 2nd Edition
Volume 89
978-90-04-37702-8
Gender and the Law of the Sea
Volume 88
978-90-04-37517-8
The Ecosystem Approach in Ocean Planning and Governance
Perspectives from Europe and Beyond
Volume 87
978-90-04-38998-4
High Seas Governance
Gaps and Challenges
Volume 86
978-90-04-37330-3
Governance of Arctic Shipping
Balancing Rights and Interests of Arctic States and User States
Volume 84
978-90-04-33938-5
The International Seabed Authority and the Precautionary Principle
Balancing Deep Seabed Mineral Mining and Marine Environmental Protection
Volume 83
978-90-04-33228-7
Establishing Continental Shelf Limits Beyond 200 Nautical Miles by the Coastal State
A Right of Involvement for Other States?
Volume 81
978-90-04-32624-8
Jurisdiction over Ships
Post-UNCLOS Developments in the Law of the Sea
Volume 80
Editor(s): Henrik Ringbom
978-90-04-30350-8
Maritime Security Cooperation in the Gulf of Guinea
Prospects and Challenges
Volume 79
978-90-04-30104-7
The Continental Shelf Beyond 200 Nautical Miles
Delineation, Delimitation and Dispute Settlement
Volume 78
978-90-04-29684-8
The Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf
Law and Legitimacy
Volume 77
978-90-04-27417-4
The Law of the Sea and the Polar Regions
Interactions between Global and Regional Regimes
Volume 76
978-90-04-25521-0
Filling Regulatory Gaps in High Seas Fisheries
Discrete High Seas Fish Stocks, Deep-sea Fisheries and Vulnerable Marine Ecosystems
Volume 75
978-90-04-24860-1
Excessive Maritime Claims
Third Edition
Volume 73
978-90-04-21772-0
Market Denial and International Fisheries Regulation
The Targeted and Effective Use of Trade Measures Against the Flag of Convenience Fishing Industry
Volume 70
978-90-04-20279-5
Mexico and the Law of the Sea
Contributions and Compromises
Volume 69
978-90-04-20621-2
Dokdo
Historical Appraisal and International Justice
Volume 67
Editor(s): Seokwoo Lee and Hee Eun Lee
978-90-04-19339-0
Migrant Smuggling by Sea
Combating a Current Threat to Maritime Security through the Creation of a Cooperative Framework
Volume 66
978-90-04-18297-4
The International Law on Ballast Water
Preventing Biopollution
Volume 63
978-90-04-18078-9
Historic Waters in the Law of the Sea
A Modern Re-Appraisal
Volume 61
978-90-47-42375-1
Marine Conservation Agreements
The Law and Policy of Reservations and Vetoes
Volume 60
978-90-47-42395-9
Modern Law of the Sea
Selected Essays
Volume 59
978-90-47-42340-9
The European Community and Marine Environmental Protection in the International Law of the Sea
Implementing Global Obligations at the Regional Level
Volume 58
978-90-47-42234-1
The Protection of the Underwater Cultural Heritage
National Perspectives in Light of the UNESCO Convention 2001 - Second Edition
Volume 55
Editor(s): Sarah Dromgoole
978-90-47-41045-4
Unresolved Issues and New Challenges to the Law of the Sea
Time Before and Time After
Volume 54
978-90-47-40988-5
Maritime Delimitation
Volume 53
Editor(s): Rainer Lagoni and Daniel Vignes
978-90-47-41834-4
Law and Politics in Ocean Governance
The UN Fish Stocks Agreement and Regional Fisheries Management Regimes
Volume 52
978-90-47-41772-9
Places of Refuge for Ships
Emerging Environmental Concerns of a Maritime Custom
Volume 51
Editor(s): Aldo Chircop and Olof Linden
978-90-47-41764-4
General Editors:
Joanna Mossop, Professor, Law Faculty, Te Herenga Waka (Victoria University of Wellington)
Alex Oude Elferink, Director, Netherlands Institute for the Law of the Sea (NILOS); professor in International law of the sea, School of Law of Utrecht University
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