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Atlas for Marine Policy in East Asian Seas

Atlas for Marine Policy in East Asian Seas

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Published by University of California Press .
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    Subjects:
  • International relations,
  • Management of land & natural resources,
  • General,
  • Life Sciences - Biology - Marine Biology,
  • Real Estate - General,
  • Political Science / General,
  • Atlases,
  • Water And Marine Resources Management,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • East Asia,
  • Environmental sciences,
  • International cooperation,
  • Maps,
  • Marine sciences,
  • North Pacific Ocean,
  • Politics/International Relations

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsJoseph Morgan (Editor), Mark J. Valencia (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages152
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9525551M
    ISBN 100520077989
    ISBN 109780520077980

    That is Southeast Asia Pilot – the region’s favourite cruising guide, now in its 6 th edition (15 th year). 6 th Edition The 6 th edition sees the addition of Cairns (Australia), Vanuatu, The Solomon Islands and Greater China major updates to the chapters on Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia and minor updates to Philippines, Vietnam.   The marine flora and fauna of the China seas are characterized by high biodiversity, including tropical and subtropical elements of the Indo-West Pacific warm-water fauna in the South and East China seas, and temperate elements of North Pacific temperate fauna mainly in the Yellow by:

    Contents Tables Preface Acknowledgments List of Abbreviations Introduction Part I: Compliance with the Law of the Sea Chapter 1: Maintaining the Marine Legal Order in East Asia Chapter 2: Marine Laws of Mainland China and Taiwan: Comparison and Regional Implications Part II: Territorial Disputes and Maritime Boundary Delimitation Chapter 3: The Chinese Traditional Maritime Boundary Line in the. Current knowledge of the cetacean fauna of the Greek Seas. J. Cetacean Res. Manag. 5, – Frantzis, A. The first mass stranding that was associated with the use of active sonar (Kyparissiakos Gulf, Greece, ).

    of the islan thad arc providts eastere the limin ot f the East Asian Seas are marked by Sakhali Botn and thes Taiwanh e. territories wer wholle oyr partly held by Japan for a period before the en World of Wad r II Unlik. the Soviee Uniont whic, h completely controls Sakhalin, the People' Chins Republia o of. Chul Park Chungnam National University Feburuary , Yellow and East China Sea 7. Marine Birds and Mammals Pinnipeds Oceans and seas covered in ice for much of the year.


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Bordered by the USSR, Japan, China, Taiwan and North and South Korea, the East Asian Seas contribute to the political and economic climate of the world. This atlas addresses issues in a region characterized by disputed jurisdictional claims, commercial rivalries and conflicting military interests.

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A list of the major seas of Asia, with links to specific information on some of the most famous bodies of waters in the region. These recent articles on MPA-related science and policy are all free to access. Article: Gownaris, N.J. et al. Gaps in protection of important ocean areas: a spatial meta-analysis of ten global mapping ers in Marine Science ().

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