THE LAW OF THE SEA. NATIONAL POLICY RECOMMENDATIONS.
Technical rept. 31 Mar 69-31 Mar 70,
RHODE ISLAND UNIV KINGSTON LAW OF THE SEA INST
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The volume contains nineteen professional papers, critiques of several of these, shorter articles by panel participants, and verbatim discussions covering the four-day conference. The program centered primarily about the international policy recommendations of the Marine Science Commission, and was broken down into the following major sub-headings the deep-seabed and continental shelf fisheries arrangements and freedom of scientific inquiry. There were also sessions on offshore boundaries and boundary determination, and on ocean strategy for the United States. Among the contributed papers in the volume are one on the Malta Plan and the United Nations, and another on Mathematical economics and Marine Resources Research. Author
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