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Responses to marine resource change

Responses to marine resource change

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Published by Elsevier in Barking .
Written in English


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Statementguest editors: S. Fiske, F. Schuler.
SeriesOcean and shoreline management -- vol. 13, no. 3/4
ContributionsFiske, S., Schuler, F.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14334904M

In this new and highly original textbook for a range of interdisciplinary courses and degree programmes focusing on marine and coastal resource management, readers are offered an introduction to the subject matter, a broad perspective and understanding, case study applications, and a reference source. Each chapter is written by an international authority and expert in the respective field. MCO G 26 Jun 00 (2) As authorized, substitute an appropriate book from reference (b), which is published annually as an ALMAR, in place of a plaque for courses listed in enclosure (1).

Climate Change (UNFCCC) at the Earth Summit in , Rio de Janeiro, in a bid to combat the global warming phenomenon. Fiji is a Party to this Convention having ratified it in The Framework Convention on Climate Change came into force in March According to Articles 4 and 12 of the Convention, Parties are required to submit their. Not all publications in use by the Marine Corps have been digitized, but this is the official source for those that have. Report problems with the links to HQMC ARDE, at () or Send.

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