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Whaling in the Antarctic
A. G. Bennett
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This is an account of the rise, fulfilment and fall of Antarctic whaling in the twentieth century, coupled with the history of the Scottish whaling company Christian Salvesen of Leith. This book chronicles the lives of the whalers and also traces the technical and economic frameworks which supported the :// From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Antarctic whaling Balaena barrels became blubber blue whale units boats bonus British merchant navy brought catch ceiling catcher fleet catchers claimed Commission cookers cooking Coronda crews deck diesel Dutch engineer ?id=1y4YAQAAIAAJ.
The Antarctic region has been home to numerous fishing villages, whaling stations, scientific bases, and way stations for exploration. Many of these facilities have since been abandoned, left to About the Book. This publication gives an in-depth analysis of a very important but complex case before the International Court of Justice. It deals with substantive and procedural aspects of the case, analysed extensively by eminent international lawyers and practitioners. The Whaling in Antarctic case is a landmark case in international ://
A whale resource managing system proposed by K. Allen at the IWC meeting in , and applied to Antarctic whaling since season. Also known as MSY (Maximum Sustainable Yield) system. In this procedure, whale resources were divided into three categories; initial management stocks, sustained management stocks, and protected :// Antarctic whaling grounds in these years, thus it will also be treated here as part of the ‘European’ industry. Because of such linkages the consequences of the decline were mostly felt in the Norwegian economy. The two nations that continued large scale whaling in the Southern Oceans for
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Whaling in the Antarctic: significance and implications of the ICJ judgment. [Malgosia Fitzmaurice; Dai Tamada; Kōbe Daigaku. Centre for International Law,;] -- This publication gives an in-depth analysis of a very important but complex case before the International Court of Justice.
It deals with substantive and procedural aspects of the case, analysed Pelagic Whaling in the Antarctic, Part VII: The Seasonwith a preliminary report on variations in the size distribution of southern blue and fin whales by Per Ottestad.
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Pelagic Whaling in the Antarctic, Part VII: The Season "Whaling in the Antarctic, Australia and New Zealand (intervening) v Japan, Judgment, ICJ GL NoICGJ (ICJ ), 31st MarchInternational Court :icgj/icjcase.1/law-icgjicj.
From the Requirement of Reasonableness to a ‘Comply and Explain’ Rule: The Standard of Review in the Whaling Judgment The Whaling Convention and Thorny Issues of Interpretation The ‘Margin of Appreciation’ in the Use of Exemptions in International Law: Comparing the ICJ Whaling Judgment and the Case Law of the ECtHR?language=en.Whaling and International Law by Malgosia Fitzmaurice is a timely, comprehensive and engaging work.
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