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  • Author:
    Siobhan McCann,Edmond Chia,Kate Jackson,Richard Herr
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Global Electronic Database of Multilateral Marine Treaties and Agreements is the first comprehensive electronic compilation of the most important international treaties influencing the governance of the globe's oceans and seas.

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The burgeoning state of international law governing marine issues demands an accessible, reliable, and up-to-date source of information for those in the field. Global Electronic Database of Multilateral Marine Treaties and Agreements is the first comprehensive electronic compilation of the most important international treaties influencing the governance of the globe's oceans and seas. Its numerous practical features include: + easy access to the text and membership lists of more than 250 multilateral agreements on marine issues; + a fact file, summarizing the important features of each agreement; and + electronic format, permitting cross-textual comparisons and analyses. Developed specifically to facilitate examination of the increasingly complex jurisdictional claims of international marine agreements, this unique database proves an invaluable tool for dealing with the changing landscape of international marine issues. Government agencies responsible for marine and maritime issues, scholars of international law and research scholars requiring access to marine treaty texts will look to Global Electronic Database of Multilateral Marine Treaties and Agreements as a unique, practical resource.