Wednesday, March 21, 2018

New Issue: International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law

The latest issue of the International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law (Vol. 33, no. 1, 2018) is out. Contents include:
  • Arianna Broggiato, Thomas Vanagt, Laura E. Lallier, Marcel Jaspars, Geoff Burton & Dominic Muyldermans, Mare Geneticum: Balancing Governance of Marine Genetic Resources in International Waters
  • Froukje Maria Platjouw, Marine Spatial Planning in the North Sea—Are National Policies and Legal Structures Compatible Enough? The Case of Norway and the Netherlands
  • Xuexia Liao, Is There a Hierarchical Relationship between Natural Prolongation and Distance in the Continental Shelf Delimitation?
  • Josh B. Martin, Protecting Outstanding Underwater Cultural Heritage through the World Heritage Convention: The Titanic and Lusitania as World Heritage Sites
  • Zoe Scanlon, Upsetting the Balance? The Legality of Vessel Confiscation under the LOSC after the M/V Virginia G Case
  • Richard Caddell, Precautionary Management and the Development of Future Fishing Opportunities: The International Regulation of New and Exploratory Fisheries