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The Oceans and Environmental Security Shared U.S. and Russian Perspectives

Edited By: Broadus and RV Vartanov
330 pages, Tabs, figs, photos
Publisher: Island Press
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Tackles environmental management from the perspectices, concepts and values of environmental security. A result of a joint US-Russian project the focus is on those issues and concerns that are likely to destabilize normal relations between nations. The book focuses on eight specific concerns: hazardous materials transport, sea-level rise, land based marine pollution, Arctic Ocean sensitivities, nuclear contamination, North Pacific fisheries depletion, the Southern Ocean and Antarctica and the international law of the sea.

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Frederick Steiner is dean of the School of Architecture at the University of Texas, Austin. His books include The Living Landscape, 2nd Edtion (McGraw-Hill, 2001) and, with Ian McHarg, To Heal the Earth (Island Press, 1998).
Edited By: Broadus and RV Vartanov
330 pages, Tabs, figs, photos
Publisher: Island Press
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Steiner uncovers delightful layer after layer of insight into the intertwining arms of nature and people - from the foreword
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