31 Ocean Dev. & Int'l L. [i] (2000)

handle is hein.journals/ocdev31 and id is 1 raw text is: OCEAN
DEVELOPMENT
&
INTERNATIONAL
LAW
Volume 31 * Numbers 1-2 * 2000
CONTENTS
The Law of the Sea in the New Millennium:
Neglected and Unresolved Issues
Guest Editor: Christopher C. Joyner
Introduction
Christopher C. Joyner   ............................................. 3
Military Uses of Ocean Space and the Law of the Sea in the New Millennium
Charles E. Pirtle ..................................... ............ 7
Straight Baselines: The Need for a Universally Applied Norm
J. Ashley Roach and Robert W. Smith................................ 47
Historic Salvage Law Revisited
James A. R. Nafziger............................................. 81
Rethinking the Legal Status of Sunken Warships
David J. Bederman     .............................................. 97
Marine Conservation versus International Free Trade: Reconciling
Dolphins with Tuna and Sea Turtles with Shrimp
Christopher C. Joyner and Zachary Tyler ............................ 127
Acoustic Pollution in the Oceans: The Search for Legal Standards
Harm M. Dotinga and Alex G. Oude Elferink ......................... 151
Designing the Ocean Policy Future: An Essay on
How I Am Going To Do That
Robert Friedheim............................................... 183
Emerging Law of the Sea Issues in the Antarctic Maritime Area:
A Heritage for the New Century?
Davor Vidas   ................................................... 197

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