In anticipation of the UN Conference of the Law of the Sea taking place in 1973, Dr Kasahara and Dr Burke of the University of Washington first published North Pacific Fisheries Management earlier that year. The conference brought fishery territories to a global stage with delegates that may not be as informed about ocean issues as those previously making decisions. Therefore the Program of International Studies of Fishery Arrangements was created to explore the management of fisheries in specific regions. This study focusses on the North Pacific region and delves into the implications of a global regime, generic problems concerning fishery management, distribution and institutions as well as alternative arrangements that can be made to make the management of fisheries smoother. This title will be of interest to students of environmental studies and policy makers.
Table of Contents
Preface; Introduction; 1. Exploitation of Fishery Resources and State Interests in the North Pacific 2. Fishery Disputes and Agreements in the North Pacific 3. Contemporary Problems of Fishery Management in the North Pacific 4. Negotiations on the Law of the Sea and Fishery Management in the North Pacific 5. Alternative Arrangements for a North Pacific Fisheries Management Agency; References; List of Organizations