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Parution : 02/2020
Editeur : Brill
ISBN : 978-9-0043-9155-0
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The Law of the Seabed

Access, Uses, and Protection of Seabed Resources

Sous la direction de Catherine Banet

Présentation de l'éditeur

The Law of the Seabed reviews the most pressing legal questions raised by the use and protection of natural resources on and underneath the world’s seabeds. 

While barely accessible, the seabed plays a major role in the Earth’s ecological balance. It is both a medium and a resource, and is central to the blue economy. New uses and new knowledge about seabed ecosystems, and the risks of disputes due to competing interests, urge reflection on which regulatory approaches to pursue. 

The regulation of ocean activities is essentially sector-based, and the book puts in parallel the international and national regimes for seabed mining, oil and gas, energy generation, bottom fisheries, marine genetic resources, carbon sequestration and maritime security operations, both within and beyond the national jurisdiction. 

The book contains seven parts respectively addressing the definition of the seabed from a multidisciplinary perspective, the principles of jurisdiction delimitation under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), the regimes for use of non-living, living and marine biodiversity resources, the role of state and non-state actors, the laying and removal of installations, the principles for sustainable and equitable use (common heritage of mankind, precaution, benefit sharing), and management tools to ensure coexistence between activities as well as the protection of the marine environment.

 

Sommaire

The Law of the Seabed

By: Catherine Banet

Defining the Seabed

Characterizing the Seabed: a Geoscience Perspective

By: Alvar Braathen and Harald Brekke

Deep-Sea Ecosystems: Biodiversity and Anthropogenic Impacts

By: Eva Ramirez-Llodra

A Short Human History of the Ocean Floor

By: Håkon With Andersen

Delimitation of Jurisdiction over the Seabed and Right to Its Resources

Setting Maritime Limits and Boundaries: Experiences from Norway

By: Harald Brekke

The Seabed in the High North – How to Address Conflicts?

By: Alexander S. Skaridov

Current Human Impact on Antarctic Seabed Environment and International Law

By: Yana Evgenyevna Brazovskaya and Gulnara Flurovna Ruchkina 

Exploitation of Non-Living Resources from the Seabed beyond National Jurisdiction

Commercial Mining Activities in the Deep Seabed beyond National Jurisdiction: the International Legal Framework

By: Joanna Dingwall

Framework Legislation for Commercial Activities in the Area

By: Erik Røsæg

Maritime Security and Deep Seabed beyond National Jurisdiction

By: Edwin Egede

Exploitation of Marine Biodiversity and Living Resources on the Seabed beyond National Jurisdiction

The Rights to Genetic Resources beyond National Jurisdiction: Challenges for the Ongoing Negotiations at the United Nations

By: Tullio Scovazzi

Marine Genetic Resources: a Practical Legal Approach to Stimulate Research, Conservation and Benefit Sharing

By: Morten Walløe Tvedt

Deep-Sea Bottom Fisheries and the Protection of Seabed Ecosystems: Problems, Progress and Prospects

By: Richard Caddell

Principles Applicable to Sovereign States When Exploiting Seabed Resources within National Jurisdiction

Review of National Legislations Applicable to Seabed Mineral Resources Exploitation

By: Saul Roux and Catherine Horsfield

European Union Law and the Seabed

By: Finn Arnesen , Rosa Greaves and Alla Pozdnakova

China’s Domestic Law on the Exploration and Development of Resources in Deep Seabed Areas

By: Chelsea Zhaoxi Chen

Implementation of Article 82 of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea: the Challenge for Canada

By: Aldo Chircop

Building, Operating and Removing Installations on and under the Seabed

The Use of Sub-Seabed Transboundary Geological Formations for the Disposal of Carbon Dioxide

By: Nigel Bankes

Decommissioning of Offshore Installations: a Fragmented and Ineffective International Regulatory Framework

By: Seline Trevisanut

Re-using (Nearly) Depleted Oil and Gas Fields in the North Sea for CO2 Storage: Seizing or Missing a Window of Opportunity?

By: Martha M. Roggenkamp

International Investment Law and the Regulation of the Seabed

By: James Harrison

Navigating Legal Barriers to Mortgaging Energy Installations at Sea – the Case of the North Sea and the Netherlands

By: Jaap J.A. Waverijn

Conflicting Uses or Coexistence, Resolving Mechanisms and Protection Regimes: Towards a More Integrated Approach

Crossing the Sectoral Divide: Modern Environmental Law Tools for Addressing Conflicting Uses on the Seabed

By: Rosemary Rayfuse

Commercial Arrangements and Liability for Crossing Pipelines, Power Cables and Telecom Cables (Connectors) on the Seabed

By: Lars Olav Askheim

Balancing Competing Interests When Building Marine Energy Infrastructures: the Case of the Nord Stream Pipelines

By: David Langlet

Liability and Compensation for Activities in the Area

By: Kristoffer Svendsen

Publications on Ocean Development , Vol. 90 , 615 pages.


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