This is the last volume in the six-volume Open University set. Each volume is required by students as a relevant part of the Open University course but designed so that it can equally be used as an individual textbook. This volume differs from the others in the series in that it does not draw specifically upon traditional scientific disciplines. The first part of the book provides an historical review of the Law of the Sea culminating in the present day situation. The second part is devoted to two case studies, covering not only the scientific aspects of a particular oceanographic environment, but also the social, political and legal consequences and implications of human interactions with that environment. Each volume in this set is well laid out and copiously illustrated with full colour photographs. Questions to help develop arguments can be found in the text with answers provided at the back. Each chapter concludes with a summary to help consolidate understanding before proceeding with the next section.
For students of oceanography, geophysics, marine biology, geochemistry, sedimentology and marine law.
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- © Pergamon 1991
- 1st January 1991
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@from:Adam Cole-King @qu:...well written and very readable...an interetpiquing book to fulfil a specificl purpose in Oceanography @source:Marit Pol Magmt Vol 19 No 3