Monday, June 18, 2018

New Volume: Ocean Yearbook

The latest volume of the Ocean Yearbook (Vol. 32) is out. Contents include:
  • The Law of the Sea and Ocean Governance
    • Michel Morin, Fifty Years on from Arvid Pardo’s Speech at the United Nations
    • Julia Gaunce, On the Interpretation of the General Duty of “Due Regard”
    • Wu Shicun, Reviewing the South China Sea Situation and Exploring the Way Forward
    • Hong Nong, The Applicability of the Archipelagic Regime in the South China Sea: A Debate on the Rights of Continental States’ Outlying Archipelagos
    • Francesco Munari, Migrations by Sea in the Mediterranean: An Improvement of EU Law is Urgently Needed
  • Coastal and Ocean Management
    • Elizabeth Edmondson, Adrian Gerhartz-Abraham, Lucia Fanning & Megan Bailey, Addressing Tensions between Participation and Protection: Use of the U.S. Antiquities Act of 1906 in Marine Conservation
    • Julia Jabour & Danielle Smith, The Ross Sea Region Marine Protected Area: Can It be Successfully Managed?
    • Ingvild Ulrikke Jakobsen, Integrated Ocean Management in the Arctic: Comparative Analyses of the Implementation and Use of Marine Protected Areas in Canada and Norway
    • Elise Johansen, Norway’s Integrated Ocean Management: A Need for Stronger Protection of the Environment?
  • Environmental Management
    • Gail S. Fraser & Angela V. Carter, Seabird Attraction to Artificial Light in Newfoundland and Labrador’s Offshore Oil Fields: Documenting Failed Regulatory Governance
    • Joana Correia Prata, Plastic Litter in Our Oceans: A Case for Government Action
  • Living Resources Management
    • Guillermo Compeán, Review of Management and Conservation Measures for Tropical Tunas in the Eastern Pacific Ocean
    • Valentin J. Schatz, Marine Fisheries Law Enforcement Partnerships in Waters under National Jurisdiction: The Legal Framework for Inter-State Cooperation and Public-Private Partnerships with Non-governmental Organizations and Private Security Companies
    • Joeli Veitayaki, Esaroma Ledua, Akosita Nakoro, Hyun Pyo Hong, Deukhoon Peter Han, Sukran Moon & Annette Breckwoldt, Future Use of Past Practices: Policy Implications of Insights from Two Community-Based Marine Resource Management Initiatives in Fiji
  • Maritime Transport and Security
    • Leah Beveridge, Arctic Pilots for Canadian Corridors: Is There a Role for Pilotage in the Canadian Low Impact Shipping Corridors?
    • Megan Drewniak & Dimitrios Dalaklis, Expansion of Business Activities in the Arctic: The Issue of Search and Rescue Services
    • Stephan Gollasch & Matej David, Ballast Water Management Convention Implementation Challenges
    • Armando Graziano, Gesa Praetorius, Jens-Uwe Schröder-Hinrichs, Maximo Q. Mejia & Aditi Kataria, It Takes Two to Tango: EU Policy Makers’ Bi-dimensional Approach to Flag State Performance
    • Rumesh H. Merien-Paul, Hossein Enshaei & Shantha Gamini Jayasinghe, Liquefied Natural Gas as a Marine Fuel in Australia: Developing a Conceptual Framework for Strategic Decision-Making
    • Yubing Shi, The Implications of the Paris Agreement for the Regulation of Greenhouse Gas Emissions from International Shipping
    • Michael Stein, Integrating Unmanned Vehicles in Port Security Operations: An Introductory Analysis and First Applicable Frameworks