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Author: Cynthia Lamson,David L. van der Zwaag
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Title: Transit Management in the Northwest Passage: Problems and Prospects (Studies in Polar Research)
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Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (January 11, 2009)
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Transit Management in the Northwest Passage: Problems and Prospects (Studies in Polar Research) by Cynthia Lamson,David L. van der Zwaag



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Problems and Prospects. Larson, David L. 1990. United States interests in the Arctic region. Ocean Development & International Law, Vol. 21, Issue. It is now fast becoming a practical possibility with the recent discoveries of hydrocarbon and other mineral resources. A consideration of the problems this will raise is urgently necessary

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Lamson and D. VanderZwaag, ed. Transit Management in the Northwest Passage: Problems and Prospects (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1988). A. Rieser, J. Spiller and D. Environmental Decisionmaking in a Transboundary Region (Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 1986). D. VanderZwaag, The Fish Feud: The . and Canadian Boundary Dispute (Boston: Lexington Press, 1983). Recovery Prospects (2007) 64(5) Behind the Headlines 1. . VanderZwaag, Canada-USA Bilateral Fisheries Management in the Gulf of. Maine: Under the Radar Screen (2007) 16(1) RECIEL 36. VanderZwaag, Preventing Salmon Escapes from Aquaculture in Canada and. the USA: Limited International Coordinates, Divergent Regulatory Currents and Possible Future Courses (2007) 16(1) RECIEL 58.

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Coverage is international and interdisciplinary: the books will be relatively short (about 200 pages), but fully illustrated. The scope of the series is wide and will include studies in all the biological, physical and social sciences. Antarctic mineral exploitation the emerging legal framework.

Canada's Arctic Waters in International Law by Donat Pharand; Transit Management in the Northwest Passage: Problems and Prospects by Cynthia Lamson, David L. Vanderzwaag. Canada's Arctic Waters in International Law by Donat Pharand; Transit Management in the Northwest Passage: Problems and Prospects by Cynthia Lamson, David L. Vanderzwaag (pp. 703-704). Scandinavian Studies in Law. Vols. 30 (1986) and 31 (1987). 30 (1986) and 31 (1987) (pp. 719-720).

The operation of a commercial shipping route through the Northwest Passage - a 1450 kilometre marine corridor linking Baffin Bay to the Beaufort Sea - has been a recurring dream of traders since the late fifteenth century. It is now fast becoming a practical possibility with the recent discoveries of hydrocarbon and other mineral resources. A consideration of the problems this will raise is urgently necessary. The Canadian Northern Waters Project, at Dalhousie University, Nova Scotia, has therefore initiated a four-year programme to investigate the feasibility of expanded arctic shipping and ocean development. This title is the first result of the project. The work provides, in chapters by different authors, an in-depth review of the outstanding environmental, technological, political, economic, social and legal issues associated with arctic resource use, development and management.