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xxvii, 296 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some color), maps (some color) ; 26 cm
  • List of contributors-- Foreword-- Preface-- Acknowledgments-- 1. Issues regarding oceans and opportunities: an introduction to the book Salvatore Aric--- 2. Main human uses of ocean areas and resources, impacts and multiple scales of governance Marjo Vierros, Rashid Sumaila and Rolph A. Payet-- 3. Physical and chemical changes in the ocean over basin-wide zones and decadal or longer time-scales: perspectives on current and future conditions Gunnar Kullenberg, Eddy Carmack and Kenneth Denman-- 4. Knowledge and implications of global change in the oceans for biology, ecology and ecosystem services Roberto Danovaro, Cristina Gambi and Cinzia Corinaldesi-- 5. A new perspective on changing Arctic marine ecosystems: panarchy adaptive cycles in pan-Arctic spatial and temporal scales Henry P. Huntington, Eddy Carmack, Paul Wassmann, Francis Wiese, Eva Leu and Rolf Gradinger-- 6. Ecosystem approach and ocean management Marjo Vierros, Ian D. Cresswell, Peter Bridgewater and Anthony D. M. Smith-- 7. Challenges in using valuation in ecosystem-based management in a marine context: the case of UK marine protected area designation Salman Hussain-- 8. The contribution of international scientific cooperation and related institutions to effective governance for the oceans: the cases of regional tsunami early warning systems and the Argo project Stefano Belfiore and Aurora Mateos-- 9. Emerging and unresolved issues: the example of marine genetic resources of areas beyond national jurisdiction Marjo Vierros, Charlotte Salpin, Claudio Chiarolla and Salvatore Aric--- 10. The assumption that the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea is the legal framework for all activities taking place in the sea Tullio Scovazzi-- 11. The legal regime of outer space in light of the Law of the Sea Viviana Iavicoli-- 12. Towards sustainable oceans in the twenty-first century Salvatore Aric-, Gunnar Kullenberg and Biliana Cicin-Sain.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107100138 20160618
Describing the emerging and unresolved issues related to the oceans and the marine environment, this book presents the developments made in marine science and policy since the implementation of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), and implications for the sustainable management of ocean areas and resources. This comprehensive volume also provides a number of scientific, policy, and legal tools to address such issues, and to ensure better science-based management of the oceans. Topics covered include the impacts of human-induced climate change on the oceans, the marine genetic resources debate, the current legal framework for the oceans, and a comparative study of the legal issues associated with outer space. Including practical examples and worldwide case studies, this book is a valuable resource for policy makers, students and academics, in marine science and policy, ocean affairs, and the law of the sea.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107100138 20160618
Marine Biology Library (Miller), SAL3 (off-campus storage)
277 pages : illustrations, maps ; 28 cm
  • 1. Introduction
  • 2. Definitions, data collection and analysis
  • 3. Research capacity and research infrastructure
  • 4. The funding for ocean science
  • 5. Research productivity and science impact
  • 6. Oceanographic data, information management and exchange / Hernan E. Garcia, Ariel H. Troisi, Bob Keeley, Greg Reed, Linda Pikula, Lisa Raymond, Henrik Enevoldsen, Peter Pissierssens
  • 7. International organizations supporting ocean science
  • 8. Contribution of ocean science to the development of ocean and coastal policies and sustainable development --Annexes (A. Contributors
  • B. Acronyms and abbreviations
  • C. Global Ocean Science Report questionnaire
  • D. GOSR data and information management survey 2016
  • E. International scientific conferences
  • F. Bibliometric indicators (2010-2014) G. IODE regional grouping).
"The Global Ocean Science Report (GOSR) assesses for the first time the status and trends in ocean science capacity around the world. The report offers a global record of who, how, and where ocean science is conducted: generating knowledge, helping to protect ocean health, and empowering society to support sustainable ocean management in the framework of the United Nations Agenda 2030. The GOSR identifies and quantifies the key elements of ocean science at the national, regional and global scales, including workforce, infrastructure and publications. This is the first collective attempt to systematically highlight opportunities as well as capacity gaps to advance international collaboration in ocean science and technology. This report is a resource for policy makers, academics and other stakeholders seeking to harness the potential of ocean science to address global challenges. A comprehensive view of ocean science capacities at the national and global levels takes us closer to developing the global ocean science knowledge needed to ensure a healthy, sustainable ocean"--GOSR's website.
Green Library
v. : ill. (some col.), maps ; 25 cm.
  • Government revenue allocations
  • Grants and donations
  • Tourism revenues
  • Real estate and development rights
  • Fishing industry revenues
  • Energy and mining revenues
  • For-profit investments linked to marine conservation
  • Table. Financing mechanisms for marine conservation.
"This guide describes over 30 mechanisms for financing the conservation of marine biodiversity, both within and outside of MPAs. Its main purpose is to familiarize conservation professionals - i.e., the managers and staff of government conservation agencies, international donors, and nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) - with a menu of options for financing the conservation of marine and coastal biodiversity"--P. 2.
35 p. : col. ill., col. maps ; 28 cm. + 1 CD-ROM in pocket.
Earth Sciences Library (Branner), Marine Biology Library (Miller)
1 online resource : ill. (chiefly col.), maps.
  • Introduction
  • Development of the Satoumi Concept
  • Examples of Satoumi Creation
  • Overseas Dissemination
  • Conclusion.
dx.doi.org SpringerLink
A presentation of the Commission's final recommendations for myriad issues addressed by its proposed new, coordinated, comprehensive national ocean policy.


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