Fisheries of the Indian Ocean : Issues of International Management and Law of the Sea


TUSSING, Arlon R., Robin Ann HIEBERT and Jon G. SUTINEN. Fisheries of the Indian Ocean : Issues of International Management and Law of the Sea. Washington, D.C.: Resources for the Future, 1974. Pp 55. 8vo, illustrated card covers. Paper No. 5 in a series prepared for The Program of International Studies of Fishery Arrangements. Papadakis, International Law of the Sea: A Bibliography 2420. "This study of the Indian Ocean further confirms the hypothesis that there is vast disparity in fishery situations throughout the world. In this ocean, there are only a few high-value stocks that have been fished to the point where inceases in fishing effort will not produce increases in levels of catch. Instead, there are many opportunities for further development of fisheries.The most critical problem is that of developing adequate scientific information because the serious deficiency that exists is one of the major impediments to further development. " Very good. 25.00

Title: Fisheries of the Indian Ocean : Issues of International Management and Law of the Sea

Author Name: TUSSING, Arlon R., Robin Ann HIEBERT and Jon G. SUTINEN HIEBERT, Robin Ann SUTINEN, Jon G.

Categories: 888,

Publisher: Resources for the Future, Washington, D.C., 1974, ISBN:0801816130:

Seller ID: 49006

Keywords: NAUTICAL FISHERIES LAW OF THE SEA LOSTU INDIAN OCEAN MARINE RESOURCES SEA OCEANS ENVIRONMENTAL,