in Bergen, Norway .
Written in English
|LC Classifications||SH279 .G39|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||20|
|LC Control Number||57032724|
Green, L.C. The Anglo-Norwegian Fisheries Case, I CJ Report The book takes as its focus the rules and institutions established by the Convention on the Law of the Sea and. With no organization or system of communication, tribal members dispersed. Desperate for help, surviving members asked Ross, a young, well-educated descendant of Stillaguamish and Norwegian heritage, to assist them in suing for lost land and government services. For fifty years, she waged a persistent campaign, largely self-staffed and self-funded. About this Item: Oslo: Dreyers Forlag ;, 24 cm Softcover, Einband leicht bestossen und berieben, Einband etwas gedunkelt, sonst sehr gut erhalten, 45 S.; Deutsch g. Seller Inventory # More information about this seller | Contact this seller 1. August Dierks, Männer, Trawler, Meere August Dierks (Bremerhaven, ); Gerhard Meidell Gerhardsen, Fifty Years of Norwegian Fisheries, – (Bergen, ); Raymond McFarland, A .
fisheries management Norwegian fisheries management is based on scientific advices. Norway has more than hundred years of institution-al experiences in fisheries management and marine research through the Directorate of Fisheries and the Institute of Marine Research, both established in the year . The subject of the proceeding was the validity, under international law, of the lines of delimitation of the Norwegian fisheries zone as set forth in a Decree of 12th July The application referred to the declaration by which the united Kingdom and Norway had accepted the compulsory jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice in. Books from Norway provides you with information in English about Norwegian literature in all genres. The information is provided by rightsholders and NORLA. This question was rendered particularly delicate by the intricacies of the Norwegian coastal zone, with its many fjords, bays, islands, islets and reefs. The United Kingdom contended, inter alia, that some of the baselines fixed by the decree did not accord with the general direction of the coast and were not drawn in a reasonable manner. In.
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