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IUCN Publication

World heritage in the high seas

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2016
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'30 anos da assinatura da convenção das nações unidas sobre o direito do mar : protecção do ambiente e o futuro do direito do mar' : actas da conferência internacional

From 15-17 November 2012, the Main Hall of the Faculty of Law of the University of Porto (FDUP) brought together eminent academics, distinguished members of the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea, directors of research centres in the area of the Law of the Sea, representatives of inter

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2014
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Global open oceans and deep seabed (GOODS) biogeographic classification

This report presents a biogeographic classification for global open ocean and deep sea areas (GOODS). It has been compiled by an international expert group initiated at a workshop held in Mexico City, Mexico, in January 2007, and is based on the input of many scientists and managers.

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2009
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International guidelines for the management of deep-sea fisheries in the high seas

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2009
IUCN Publication

Elements of a possible implementation agreement to UNCLOS for the conservation and sustainable use of marine biodiversity in areas beyond national jurisdiction

Marine resources in areas beyond national jurisdiction (ABNJ) are under increasing pressure from human impacts, putting at risk biodiversity, ecosystem processes and function. There is a heightened focus on whether current arrangements and policies are adequate.

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2008
IUCN Publication

The mid-Atlantic ridge : a case study on the conservation and sustainable use of marine biodiversity in areas beyond national jurisdiction

This paper contains a case study on the conservation and sustainable use of marine biodiversity in the part of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge (MAR) that is located in areas beyond national jurisdiction (ABNJ).

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2008
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Options for addressing regulatory and governance gaps in the international regime for the conservation and sustainable use of marine biodiversity in areas beyond national jurisdiction

The second paper in this marine series builds on the complementary study described in Marine Series No.

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2008
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Regulatory and governance gaps in the international regime for the conservation and sustainable use of marine biodiversity in areas beyond national jurisdiction

Sixty-four percent of the world ocean lies in areas beyond national jurisdiction (ABNJ).

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2008
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Countdown 2010 for marine ecosystems : European expert workshop, Berlin, Germany, 18-20 April 2007

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2007
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Closing the net : stopping illegal fishing on the high seas

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2006
IUCN Publication

Ecosystems and biodiversity in deep waters and high seas

This report reveals recent discoveries about the beauty, value and vulnerability of life in the deep seas and in the open ocean.

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2006
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High seas bottom trawl fisheries and their impacts on the biodiversity of vulnerable deep-sea ecosystems : options for international action

The deep ocean is increasingly recognized as a major global reservoir of the Earth's biodiversity, although but a small fraction of the oceans' ecosystems found at depths below 200 meters have been studied.

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2004
IUCN Publication

Towards a strategy for high seas marine protected areas : proceedings of the IUCN, WCPA and WWF experts workshop on high seas marine protected areas

By far the largest habitat for life on earth and the cradle of new species, habitats and undiscovered ecosystems, our oceans are being intensively exploited and heavily degraded.

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2003