Harm to the Environment: The Right to Compensation and the Assessment of Damages

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Abbreviations
BLMBureau of Land Management ( USA)
CCAMLRConvention for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living
Resources
CDAComprehensive Damage Assessment ( USA)
CERCLAComprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and
Liability Act ( USA)
CLCConvention on Civil Liability for Oil Pollution
CMIComité Maritime International
COSCAComplementary System for Compensation of Accidental
pollution damage
CRAMRAConvention on the Regulation of Antarctic Mineral Resources
Activities
CRISTALContract Regarding an Interim Supplement to Tanker Liab-
ility for Oil Pollution
CRTDConvention on Civil Liability for Damage Caused during Car-
riage of Dangerous Goods by Road, Rail and Inland Naviga-
tion Vessels
CVContingent Valuation ( USA)
CWAClean Water Act (Federal Water Pollution Control Act) ( USA)
CVMContingent Valuation Methodology ( USA)
DARPDraft Restoration Assessment Plan ( USA)
DOIDepartment of the Interior ( USA)
ECEuropean Community
ECE United Nations Economic Commission for Europe
EEC European Economic Community
ECOSOC United Nations Economic and Social Council
EDAExpedited Damage Assessment ( USA)
EDCAFinnish Environmental Damage Compensation Act
EPAEnvironmental Protection Agency ( USA)
ESAEndangered Species Act ( USA)
FAO Food and Agriculture Organization
FWPCAFederal Water Pollution Act (Clean Water Act) ( USA)
GDPgross domestic product
GESAMP UN Joint Group of Experts on the Scientific Aspects of Marine
Pollution
GCHSGeneva Convention on the High Seas
HVHedonic Valuation ( USA)
IAEA International Atomic Energy Agency
ICJInternational Court of Justice
ILC International Law Commission
ILMInternational Legal Materials
IMF International Monetary Fund
IMO International Maritime Organization
IOPC Fund International Oil Pollution Compensation Fund
IUCNInternational Union for the Conservation of Nature
MARPOL Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships
NCP National Oil and Hazardous Substances Contingency Plan
(USA)
NEPANational Environmental Policy Act ( USA)
NOAANational Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration ( USA)
NRDANatural Resource Damage Assessment ( USA)
NRDAM/CMENatural Resource Damage Assessment Model for Coastal
and Marine Environments ( USA)
OECD Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development
OPAOil Pollution Act ( USA)
P&IProtection and Indemnity
SARASuperfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act ( USA)
SCLND Standing Committee on Liability for Nuclear Damage (IAEA)
SDRSpecial Drawing Right (IMF)
TAPAATrans-Alaska Pipeline Authorization Act ( USA)
TCVTravel Cost Valuation ( USA)
TOVALOPTanker Owners Voluntary Agreement Concerning Liability
for Oil Pollution
UNUnited Nations
UN Doc.United Nations Document
UN/ECEUnited Nations Economic Commission for Europe
UNCLOSUnited Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea
UNEPUnited Nations Environment Programme
UNJYBUnited Nations Juridical Yearbook
UNTSUnited Nations Treaty Series
WHO World Health Organization

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