4 edition of Protecting the oceans found in the catalog.
Protecting the oceans
John D. Baines
Discusses the importance of the oceans, the sources and effects of their pollution and misuse, and ways to protect them.
|Series||Conserving our world|
|LC Classifications||GC21.5 .B34 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||48 p. :|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||90010208|
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The book compares the lack of comprehensive environmental regulation for marine resource exploitation and shipping activities beyond national jurisdiction with the best practice standards for environmental protection being developed by the International Seabed Authority for deep seabed mining by: 8.
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Protecting the Ocean Students discuss "who owns the ocean" and work in small groups to explore ocean use questions. Then they watch videos and discuss concepts related to the creation and designation of Marine Protected Areas (MPAs).