A Sea Change: The Exclusive Economic Zone and Governance Institutions for Living Marine Resources

A Sea Change: The Exclusive Economic Zone and Governance Institutions for Living Marine Resources

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Overview

This is the first systematic assessment of the international 200-mile exclusive economic zone. To date, 145 states have ratified the Law of the Sea Convention, and most have established EEZs. This volume focuses on the specific nature of the EEZ and the construction and evolution of institutions stemming from its introduction, specifically examining developments at local, national and international levels.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9789048168033
Publisher: Springer Netherlands
Publication date: 12/08/2010
Edition description: Softcover reprint of hardcover 1st ed. 2005
Pages: 224
Product dimensions: 6.30(w) x 9.45(h) x 0.02(d)

Table of Contents

Contributing Authors* Preface: A Sea Change in a Changing Sea* SECTION I: Overview
1. Ocean Governance and Institutional Change/Alf Håkon Hoel, Are K. Sydnes and Syma A. Ebbin
2. A Brief Introduction to the Principal Provisions of the International Legal Regime Governing Fisheries in the EEZ/William R. Edeson SECTION II: National Strategies for EEZ Implementation
3. The Performance of Exclusive Economic Zones: The Case of Norway/Alf Håkon Hoel
4. Fisheries Management in the Russian Federation/Geir Hønneland
5. Integrated Oceans Management and the Institutional Performance of Exclusive Economic Zones: The Australian Case/Russell E. Reichelt and Geoffrey C. Wescott
6.The Impact of the EEZ on Pacific Salmon Management: An Examination of Institutional Innovation and Interplay in the US Pacific Northwest/Syma A. Ebbin
7. Regulating Access and the Use of Marine Genetic Resources within the Exclusive Economic Zone/Lawrence Kalinoe SECTION III: Regional Strategies for Coordinating the EEZ Regime
8. Regional Fisheries Organisations and International Fisheries Governance/Are K. Sydnes
9. Exclusive Economic Zones and the Management of Fisheries in the South China Sea/Ma. Carmen A. Ablan and Len R. Garces
10. Staking Their Claims: The Management of Marine Resources in the Exclusive Economic Zones of the Pacific Islands/Joeli Veitayaki SECTION IV: A Changing Sea: New and Emerging Institutional Directions for the EEZ
11. FAO’s Fisheries Programme and the Plan of Implementation of the World Summit on Sustainable Development/Serge M. Garcia and David J. Doulman
12. Governing the Bering Sea Region/Oran R. Young
13. Changing Seas, Changing Institutions: Charting New Courses into the Future/Are K. Sydnes, Alf Håkon Hoel and Syma A. Ebbin* Index

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