The International Max Planck Research School for Maritime Affairs hosted a global conference addressing marine pollution. At this meeting, academics and practitioners came together to discuss their findings and debate recent developments from an interdisciplinary perspective.
This present volume of the Hamburg Studies reflects those discussions. The papers examine a broad range of topics concerning the ecological, economic, political, and legal aspects of the pollution of the sea. The contributors are all leading experts from around the world whose perspectives reflect their varied backgrounds. The editors have carefully reviewed each contribution to ensure that they meet the highest standards of research and scholarship.
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