Coastal state regulation of international shipping lindy s johnson a oceana tm publication the conflict between a coastal states interest in regulating navigation off its coast and ship owners interest in limiting such regulation is an old yet ongoing one. In coastal state regulation of international shipping lindy johnson examines the conflicts that arise under the 1982 un law of the sea convention unclos between a coastal states interest in regulating navigation to prevent harm to marine resources and the interest of the shipping industry in remaining free from burdensome regulations. Coastal state regulation of international shipping the state of world fisheries and aquaculture 2016 hai tien village viet nam a beneficiary of an fao telefood project that uses fish cages cover photograph ao pham cu recommended citation fao 2016 the state of world fisheries and aquaculture 2016 enclosures and breakaway walls femagov. This book explores the significant changes that have taken place over the last two decades in the shipping industry and coastal states interests it reviews the provisions of the 1982 un law of the sea convention with regard to the actions a coastal state may take to regulate international shipping while remaining within the boundaries of the law of the sea convention and customary . Get this from a library coastal state regulation of international shipping lindy s johnson the maritime zones ports territorial sea contiguous zone exclusive economic zone issues and recommendations
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