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Volume 16, issue 6, 1992

Development of management measures for the groundfish fishery in Atlantic Canada: A case study of the Nova Scotia inshore fleet pp. 411-426 Downloads
R. G. Halliday, F. G. Peacock and D. L. Burke
Coastal State sovereignty and innocent passage,: The voyage of the Lusitania Expresso pp. 427-437 Downloads
Donald R. Rothwell
Malaysian fisheries policy: Search for new grounds pp. 438-450 Downloads
Ishak Hj Omar, Kusairi Mohd Noh, Nik Mustapha Raja Abdullah and K. Kuperan
Skipjack pole-and-line operations in east Indonesia: A comparative analysis of catch performance pp. 451-462 Downloads
James Kevin McElroy and Jacobus C. B. Uktolseja
The exclusive economic zone: State claims and the LOS convention pp. 463-487 Downloads
Robert Nadelson
Failure to resolve marine boundary disputes raises tensions in SE Asia pp. 488-490 Downloads
Seamus McElroy

Volume 16, issue 5, 1992

Markets for salmon in Spain and Italy pp. 338-344 Downloads
Trond Bjørndal, Daniel Gordon and Kjell G Salvanes
Bankable individual transferable quotas pp. 345-348 Downloads
Ralph E. Townsend
Structural problems in the Danish fishing industry,: Institutional and socio-economic factors as barriers to adjustment pp. 349-359 Downloads
Jesper Raakjær Nielsen
Passenger perceptions of cruise itineraries: A Royal Viking Line case study pp. 360-370 Downloads
Bruce E. Marti
Asia's port sector,: The need to institutionalize training pp. 371-378 Downloads
Paul E. Kent
Fishery conflicts,: A unified framework pp. 379-393 Downloads
Anthony T. Charles
World marine fisheries,: Management and development problems pp. 394-403 Downloads
Lennox Hinds
The regime of islands in international law: Hiran J. Jayewardene Martinus Nijhoff, Dordrecht, 1990, 572pp, US$159 pp. 406-407 Downloads
Jon M. Van Dyke

Volume 16, issue 4, 1992

Fisheries exploitation as a threat to environmental security,: The North Pacific ocean pp. 243-258 Downloads
Natalia S. Mirovitskaya and J. Christopher Haney
Emerging marine environmental protection strategies for the Arctic pp. 259-276 Downloads
Alexei Yu. Roginko and Matthew J. LaMourie
Minimum terms and conditions of access,: Responsible fisheries management measures in the South Pacific region pp. 277-305 Downloads
Michael Lodge
Hazardous goods at sea,: Are safe ships and clean seas mutually exclusive? A Canadian perspective pp. 306-332 Downloads
Simon Barker
Ocean shipping: delicate balance in maritime freight markets pp. 333-333 Downloads
Hans Böhme

Volume 16, issue 3, 1992

Japanese tuna fisheries: Future trends pp. 147-166 Downloads
Anthony Bergin and Marcus Howard
Harvesting regulation under quota management systems for ocean fisheries: Decision making in the face of natural variability, weak information, risks and conflicting incentives pp. 167-182 Downloads
Peter H. Pearse and Carl J. Walters
Scotia-Fundy herring purse seine fishery: Some economic considerations pp. 183-196 Downloads
Robert Nowak
Marine fishery resource management in PR China pp. 197-209 Downloads
Stanley D. H. Wang and Bing-yi Zhan
Principles for distribution of rent from a 'commons' pp. 210-231 Downloads
Þórólfur Matthíasson
United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea 1982 A Commentary, Vol IV: editor-in-chief M. Nordquist Martinus Nijhoff, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, 1991 pp. 232-234 Downloads
Patricia Birnie
Effectiveness of international resource cooperation: Steinar Andresen and Jorgen Wettestad Fridjof Nansen Institute, Lysaker, Norway, 1991 pp. 234-235 Downloads
Sonja Boehmer-Christiansen
The forum fisheries agency achievements, challenges and prospects: edited by Richard Herr Institute of Pacific Studies, University of the South Pacific, 1990, xvi + 446 pp. US$24 (available from: The Forum Fisheries Agency, Information Officer, PO Box 629, Honiara, Solomon Islands) pp. 235-237 Downloads
Ellen Hey
Seminar on Artisanal Fishermen's Migrations, Cotonou, Benin, 3-5 December 1991 pp. 237-238 Downloads
Jan M. Haakonsen

Volume 16, issue 2, 1992

Perestroika and Soviet maritime law pp. 75-78 Downloads
W. E. Butler
Protecting the marine environment: Some problems and developments in the law of the sea pp. 79-85 Downloads
Alan E. Boyle
Ecological damage: Responsibility for pollution of the marine environment pp. 86-89 Downloads
N. D. Koroleva
Compensation for oil pollution damage: Quantifying environmental harm pp. 90-98 Downloads
Catherine Redgwell
International cooperation in aquaculture: Legal aspects pp. 99-101 Downloads
A. V. Sorokin
The law of the sea tribunal and the ICJ: Some notions about utility pp. 102-106 Downloads
Mark W. Janis
The Gulf crisis one year on: Problems for international traders pp. 107-110 Downloads
Paul Dickie
The registration of merchant ships under perestroika: Soviet legislation pp. 111-114 Downloads
M. A. Gitsu
Development of contractual relations in maritime transport: 1991 Soviet civil legislation pp. 115-117 Downloads
A. A. Makovskaia
Laytime and demurrage: Recent developments pp. 118-126 Downloads
Michael D. Lax
The 1989 Salvage Convention and Lloyd's Open Form 1990: Are they working? pp. 127-129 Downloads
Richard Shaw
Towards the end of dumping in the North sea: An example of effective international problem solving? pp. 130-140 Downloads
Jon Birger Skjaerseth
The times atlas and encyclopaedia of the sea: edited by Alastair Couper Harper and Row, New York, 1990, 272pp, US$65.00 pp. 141-141 Downloads
Martin Ira Glassner
The challenge of arctic shipping: Science, environmental assessment, and human values edited by David L. VanderZwaag and Cynthia Lamson McGill-Queen's university press, Montreal and Kingston, Canada, 1990, 282 pp pp. 142-142 Downloads
Arnfinn Jorgensen-Dahl

Volume 16, issue 1, 1992

Guest editor's foreword pp. 3-4 Downloads
Viktor Sebek
Scientific and technical background pp. 5-19 Downloads
Douglas Cormack
Land-based sources of marine pollution: Current legal regime pp. 20-35 Downloads
Alan E. Boyle
Economic measures to protect the environment pp. 36-42 Downloads
Adrian Hughes
Land-based pollution protocol to Cartagena convention pp. 43-49 Downloads
Regional Co-ordinating Unit of the Caribbean Environment Programme Unep
(1) The north sea pp. 50-51 Downloads
Miet Smet
(2) The Mediterranean pp. 51-53 Downloads
M. Serge Antoine
(3) The baltic pp. 53-54 Downloads
Klaus Töpfer
(4) North America pp. 55-56 Downloads
Pauline Browes
(5) Africa pp. 56-57 Downloads
Cheikh Cissokho
(1) Science and policy pp. 58-58 Downloads
David Trippier
(2) Atmospheric pollution pp. 59-59 Downloads
Hans Alders
(3) The European commission pp. 60-60 Downloads
Carlo Ripa di Meana
(4)Policy of UNEP pp. 61-61 Downloads
Dr Mostafa Tolba
(5) Multi-disciplinary approach pp. 62-62 Downloads
Louis Le Pensec
(6) The role of enterprise pp. 63-64 Downloads
Thierry Chambolle
(7) Views of the European Environmental Bureau pp. 65-66 Downloads
M. J. Scoullos
(8) Views of Greenpeace pp. 67-68 Downloads
Clifton Curtis
(1) Financing environmental development through the Global environmental facility pp. 69-71 Downloads
Ian Johnson
(2) Transfer of technology pp. 71-72 Downloads
Arnoldo José Gabaldón
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