Wednesday, June 12, 2019

New Volume: Ocean Yearbook

The latest volume of the Ocean Yearbook (Vol. 33) is out. Contents include:
  • Kristina M. Gjerde, Nichola A. Clark & Harriet R. Harden-Davies, Building a Platform for the Future: the Relationship of the Expected New Agreement for Marine Biodiversity in Areas beyond National Jurisdiction and the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea
  • John A. Duff, U.S. Ocean Priorities Shift with a New Administration
  • David Freestone & Clive Schofield, Securing Ocean Spaces for the Future? The Initiative of the Pacific SIDS to Develop Regional Practice Concerning Baselines and Maritime Zone Limits
  • Aldo Chircop, Timo Koivurova & Krittika Singh, Is There a Relationship between UNDRIP and UNCLOS?
  • Alexandre Pereira da Silva, From the First Claims to the Exclusive Economic Zone: Reviewing Latin America’s 200-Nautical Mile Sea Seventy Years On
  • Jay L. Batongbacal, Designation of the Tubbataha Reef Natural Park as a Particularly Sensitive Sea Area: the Philippine Experience
  • Daniela Diz, The Ecosystem Approach as a Frame for SDG 14 Implementation
  • Cecilia Engler, David L. VanderZwaag and Katja Fennel, Ocean Acidification Post-Paris: Gauging Law and Policy Responses in Light of Evolving Scientific Knowledge
  • Tim Stephens, The Role and Relevance of Nationally Determined Contributions under the Paris Agreement to Ocean and Coastal Management in the Anthropocene
  • Saleem Mustafa, Rossita Shapawi, Sitti Raehanah M. Shaleh, Abentin Estim, Rafidah Othman, Zarinah Waheed, Ejria Saleh, B. Mabel Manjaji-Matsumoto & Najamuddin Abdul Basri, Human Capacity-building and Public Education Aligned with Global Perspectives for Adaptation in Coastal and Ocean Management: the Role of the Borneo Marine Research Institute
  • Oxana Sytnik, Dominique Peña Clinaz, Luana Sena Ferreira, Marina Reback Garcia, Bruno Meirelles de Oliveira & Raquel Hadrich Silva, Science, Community, and Decision-makers: Can We Break the Vicious Circle?
  • Neil Craik, Liability for Environmental Harm from Deep Seabed Mining: towards a Hybrid Approach
  • Keith MacMaster, Environmental Liability for Deep Seabed Mining in the Area: an Urgent Case for a Robust Strict Liability Regime
  • Harriet R. Harden-Davies and Kristina M. Gjerde, Building Scientific and Technological Capacity: a Role for Benefit-sharing in the Conservation and Sustainable Use of Marine Biodiversity beyond National Jurisdiction
  • Andrew Serdy, The Agreement to Prevent Unregulated High Seas Fisheries in the Central Arctic Ocean: An Overview
  • Osatohanmwen Anastasia Eruaga and Maximo Q. Mejia Jr, Piracy and Armed Robbery against Ships: Revisiting International Law Definitions and Requirements in the Context of the Gulf of Guinea
  • Xuexia Liao, Protection of Submarine Cables against Acts of Terrorism
  • Till Markus & Pedro Pablo Silva Sánchez, Regulating Ship-generated Noise as a New Form of Vessel-source Pollution
  • Kendra A. Moore &Kayla M. Glynn, Using Acoustic Footprints as a Tool to Facilitate Noise Reduction from Shipping
  • Raza Ali Mehdi, Jens-Uwe Schröder-Hinrichs & Michael Baldauf, A Tale of Two Industries: Seafarer Perceptions of Navigational Safety Risks Near Offshore Wind Farms