Tuesday, July 3, 2007

Chircop, Coffen-Smout, & McConnell: Ocean Yearbook 21

Aldo Chircop (Dalhousie - Law), Scott Coffen-Smout (Dep't of Fisheries and Oceans, Canada), & Moira McConnell (Dalhousie - Law) have published Ocean Yearbook 21 (Martinus Nijhoff 2007). Contents include:
  • Awni Behnam, Whither IOI?
  • Salvino Busuttil, Regional Governance in the Mediterranean: An Almost Metaphysical Note
  • Alain Piquemal & Abdelkader Lahlou, The Intervention of the International Ocean Institute in the Prevention and Settlement of Maritime Disputes
  • Sicco Rah & Tilo Wallrabenstein, The International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea and Its Future
  • Than Aung & Awnesh Singh, Climate Change, Preliminary Results of the South Pacific Sea Level and Climate Monitoring Project and Its Capacity Building Program
  • Monica Jaén, Protecting the Oceans from Climate Change: An Analysis of the Role of Selected International Instruments on Resources and Environmental Protection in the Context of UNCLOS
  • Edward Laws, Climate Change, Oceans, and Human Health
  • Transform Aqorau, Living Resources, Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated Fishing in the Western and Central Pacific Ocean (WCPO): Some Legal and Policy Issues Surrounding Control of Nationals and Charter Vessels under the New Legal Regime in the WCPO
  • Hashali Hamukuaya, South East Atlantic Fisheries Organization: A Modern Instrument to Address Typical Fisheries Management Issues
  • Tavis Potts, Using Indicator Systems as Tools to Progress Fisheries Sustainability: An Analysis of Recent Policy Approaches
  • Andrew Serdy, Trading of Fishery Commission Quota under International Law
  • Joeli Veitayaki, Alifereti Tawake, Alifereti Bogiva, Semisi Meo, Nacanieli Ravula, Ron Vave, Pio Radikedike, & Patrick Sakiusa Fong, Addressing Human Factors in Fisheries Development and Regulatory Processes in Fiji: The Mositi Vanuaso Experience
  • Tina M. Willson & Richard F. Kazmierczak Jr., The Public Health and Economic Impacts of Contaminated U.S. Fisheries
  • Jorge A. Angulo-Valdés, Environment and Coastal Management, Ecotourism and Marine Protected Areas: A Possible Synergy to Achieve the Sustainable Tourism Paradigm in the Insular Caribbean
  • Louis Celliers, Rod Bulman, Tandi Breetzke, & Omar Parak, Institutional Mapping of Integrated Coastal Zone Management in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
  • Maximo Q. Mejia Jr., Proshanto K. Mukherjee, & Roland Akselsson, Maritime Transport and Security, The ISM Code in the Context of Swedish Port State Control Statistics
  • Constantinos Triantafillou, Aspasia Pastra, & Marina Papaioannou, Contingency Planning in the European Union: The Importance of Cooperation between States
  • Hilary Clark, Staying Afloat in International Law: The Proliferation Security Initiative’s Implications for Freedom of Navigation
  • Okechukwu Iheduru, Globalization, State Failure and Maritime Insecurity in West Africa
  • Nazery Kahlid, A Rush of Blood to the Head? Some Reflections on Post-9/11 Maritime Security Measures
  • Charles H. Ross, The Influence of International and Regional Development Programmes in Africa on Maritime Security in Sub-Saharan Africa