|List of figures and tables||vii|
|2 CHANGING PERCEPTIONS OF THE OCEANS AND THEIR RESOURCES: GROTIUS TO THE TURN OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY ||8|
|Legal perspectives on ocean law||8|
|Fisheries developments as a catalyst for change in marine policy and law||17|
|Recognition of the need for knowledge and data on fisheries||20|
|The Bering Sea fur seal problem||30|
|The Moray Firth dispute||35|
|3 THE TURN OF THE CENTURY TO WORLD WAR II ||49|
|Consideration of the legal regime||51|
|From oceans to ocean space: developing interest in the seabed and airspace||53|
|Concern with the marine environment||54|
|The League of Nations and the law of the sea||62|
|The League of Nations and whaling||67|
|Alaskan salmon fisheries||73|
|4 WORLD WAR II AND THE POSTWAR WORLD ||93|
|The continental shelf and petroleum||93|
|The International Law Commission and the continental shelf||98|
|The Truman Proclamation on Fisheries||109|
|Consequences of the Truman Proclamations||113|
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Book title: International Law and Ocean Use Management.
Contributors: Lawrence Juda - Author.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 1996.
Page number: v.
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