Saturday, May 28, 2022

New Volume: Ocean Yearbook

The latest volume of the Ocean Yearbook (Vol. 36) is out. Contents include:
  • Helmut Tuerk & Gerhard Hafner, The United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, 1982: Reflections after 40 Years
  • Marjo K. Vierros & Harriet Harden-Davies, Is There a Role for Rights of Nature in the Blue Economy Debate?
  • Julia Poertner, Narratives of Nature and Culture: Elisabeth Mann Borgese’s Political and Literary Work
  • Unwana Udo, Tahnee Prior, & Sara L. Seck, Human Rights at the Ocean-Climate Nexus: Opening Doors for the Participation of Indigenous Peoples, Children and Youth, and Gender Diversity
  • Violeta Zetzangari Fernández-Díaz, Roman Canul Turriza, Angel Kuc Castilla, Gabriela J. Arreguín-Rodríguez, & Karla Gabriela Mejía-Piña, Impact of Sea Level Rise and Flooding in Two Key Mexican Coastal Cities
  • Leah M. Robertson, Mining the Deep: Can the Law “Get It Right” with Balancing the Environment and Resource Extraction through Environmental Impact Assessments?
  • Valentin J. Schatz, ‘Crawling Jurisdiction’: Revisiting the Scope and Significance of the Definition of Sedentary Species
  • Evan J. Andrews, Ratana Chuenpagdee, Nathan D. Stanley, Barbara Neis, Paul Foley, Rylan J. Command, & Lillian Saul, Thirty Years from the Brink: Governing through Principles for Newfoundland and Labrador’s Small-Scale Fisheries since the Groundfish Moratoria and Prospects for the Future
  • Ratana Chuenpagdee & Vesna Kerezi, Small-Scale Fisheries Sustainability: Progress and Challenges
  • Robin Churchill, Fisheries Management in European Union and United Kingdom Waters after Brexit: A Change for the Better?
  • Azmath Jaleel & Hance D. Smith, The Maldives Tuna Fishery: An Example of Best Practice
  • Benedict McAteer, Liam Fullbrook, Wen-Hong Liu, Jodie Reed, Nina Rivers, Natașa Vaidianu, Aron Westholm, Hilde Toonen, Jan van Tatenhove, Jane Clarke, Joseph Onwona Ansong, Brice Trouillet, Catarina Frazão Santos, Sondra Eger, Talya ten Brink, Eric Wade, & Wesley Flannery, Marine Spatial Planning in Regional Ocean Areas: Trends and Lessons Learned
  • Ekaterina Antsygina, The Interplay between Delineation and Delimitation in the Arctic Ocean
  • Frédéric Lasserre & Alexandra Cyr, Geopolitics and Shipping Development in the Arctic
  • Olav Schram Stokke, Arctic Geopolitics, Climate Change, and Resilient Fisheries Management
  • Pierre Thévenin, Requiem for a Sector? Russia’s Updated Arctic Submission to the CLCS and Its Effect on Russian Doctrinal Debate about the Arctic Legal Regime
  • Slater Payne & Porter Hoagland, A Twilight Zone Episode: Historical Expansion of the Soviet Union’s Fishing Fleet and the Exploitation of Mesopelagic Fisheries in the Southern Ocean
  • Ishtiaque Ahmed, The Origin and Evolution of the Shipbreaking Regime in India: A Critical Perspective
  • Felicity G. Attard & Richard L. Kilpatrick Jr,.Maritime Stowaways: Public and Private Legal Implications
  • Iva Parlov, The 2007 Nairobi International Convention on the Removal of Wrecks: The Implications for the Law of the Sea