Ocean and Coastal Law and Policy

Donald C Baur (Redaktør) ; Tim Eichenberg (Redaktør) ; Georgia Hancock Snusz (Redaktør) ; Michael Sutton (Redaktør)

Providing an excellent and current resource for understanding the complexities of ocean and coastal law and policy, Ocean and Coastal Law and Policy is trusted resource that brings together the expertise of the country's leading scholars and practitioners in theses fields. Les mer
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Providing an excellent and current resource for understanding the complexities of ocean and coastal law and policy, Ocean and Coastal Law and Policy is trusted resource that brings together the expertise of the country's leading scholars and practitioners in theses fields. Covering the full array of issues involved - from maritime jurisdiction and boundaries to water quality protection to fisheries management and marine mammal protection to offshore energy development and climate change - each chapter addresses the current state of the law for the topic, followed by analysis of the emerging and unresolved issues. Its final chapters address the principles, legal authorities, and planning for a transition toward an ecosystem-based management approach to U.S. coastal and ocean areas. Topics covered include:* Maritime jurisdiction and boundaries* The Public Trust Doctrine* The role of the states* Regulation of coastal wetlands and other U.S. waters* Managing coastal development* National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA)* Coastal water quality protection* Ocean dumping and marine pollution* Oil spill liability* Offshore renewable energy* Fisheries management and trade in fish and fisheries products* The 1982 U.
N. Convention on the Law of the Sea* Offshore energy development

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Table of Contents Preface to the Second Edition: Ocean and Coastal Law and Policy 1.National and International Jurisdiction and Boundaries 2.The Public Trust Doctrine 3.Role of the States 4.Regulation of Coastal Wetlands and Other Waters in the United States 5.Managing Coastal Development 6.National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) 7.Coastal Water Quality Protection 8.Ocean Dumping and Marine Pollution 9.Domestic Fishery Management 10.International Fisheries Management 11.The 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea 12.Offshore Mineral Development 13.Oil Spill Liability 14.Offshore Renewable Energy 15.Emerging Ocean Uses 16.The Law of Marine Mammal Conservation 17.The Endangered Species Act and Marine Species 18.Marine Protected Areas 19.Climate Change and the Marine Environment 20.Trade in Fish and Fisheries Products 21.Legal Authorities for Ecosystem-Based Management in Coastal and Ocean Areas 22.Smart Ocean Planning: Drivers, Enabling Conditions, and Global Examples 23.Reforms in U.S. Ocean Policy and Law in Response to Calls for Urgent Action Table of Cases Index

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Donald C. Baur is a partner in the Washington, D.C., office of Perkins Coie. Tim Eichenberg is an environmental lawyer in San Francisco, CA. Georgia Hancock Snusz is General Counsel to the Animal Welfare Institute in Washington, D.C. Michael Sutton is a lawyer, social entrepreneur and conservation leader in Carmel Valley, CA.