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About this book
About this book
Explains the wave of regional disputes that arose in the 1990s over fish stocks that straddle both national waters and the high seas. The focus rests on whether and how evolving regimes, (including those based on the UN Fish Stocks Agreement), meet the scientific, regulatory, and compliance-related goals of effective management - and the significance of regime interplay in this regard.
High Seas Fisheries in International Law; 1: F.O. Vicuna: The International Law of High Seas Fisheris: From Freedom of Fishing to Sustainable Use; 2: B. Vukas and D. Vidas: Flags of Convenience and High Seas Fishing: The Emergence of a Legal Framework; 3: A E. Boyle: Problems of Compulsory Jurisdiction and the Settlement of Disputes Relating to Straddling Fish Stocks; 4: G. Honneland: Recent Global Agreements on High Seas Fisheries: Potential Effects on Fisherman Compliance; Regional Approaches to Straddling Stocks Management; 5: D.A. Balton: The Bering Sea Doughnut Hole Convention: Regional Solution, Global Implications; 6: A.G. Oude Elferink: The Sea of Okhotsk Peanut Hole: De facto Extension of Coastal State Control; 7: C.C. Joyner: On the Borderline? Canadian Activism in the Grand Banks; 8: R. Churchill: Managing Straddling Fish Stocks in the North East Atlantic: A Multiplicity of Instruments and Regime Linkages--But How Effective a Management?; 9: O. Schram Stokke: The Loophole of the Barents Sea Fisheries Regime; 10: R. Her: The International Regulation of Patagonian Toothfish: CCAMLR and High Seas Fisheries Management.