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Ocean Yearbook, Volume 19

Out of Print
Series: Ocean Yearbook Volume: 19
Edited By: Aldo Chircop and Moira L McConnell
Ocean Yearbook, Volume 19
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  • Ocean Yearbook, Volume 19 ISBN: 9780226104508 Hardback Jul 2005 Out of Print #154529
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Published in cooperation with the International Ocean Institute and Dalhousie University Law School, Ocean Yearbook,Volume 19 presents original, peer-reviewed articles, reviews, and reference materials from experts in such diverse fields as governance and sustainable development, integrated coastal and ocean management, global and regional cooperation, and international law and environmental policy.

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Out of Print
Series: Ocean Yearbook Volume: 19
Edited By: Aldo Chircop and Moira L McConnell
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