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Publication date: April 2017 Source:Marine Policy, Volume 78 Author(s): Ahmad Firdaus Ahmad Shabudin, Rashidah Abdul Rahim, Suzyrman Sibly, Norizan Md Nor Malaysia's policy on Antarctica and the Southern Ocean (A&SO) in the last three decades has evolved from being focused on diplomatic engagement to pioneering science in cooperation with the intern […]
Publication date: April 2017 Source:Marine Policy, Volume 78 Author(s): Robert Clark, John Humphreys, Jean-Luc Solandt, Catherine Weller European Marine Sites (EMS), designated under either the Habitats or Birds Directives, protect the biodiversity of the European Union (EU) and contribute to the implementation of the 1992 UN Convention on Biological Diversi […]
Publication date: April 2017 Source:Marine Policy, Volume 78 Author(s): Mazlan Hashim, Shuhei Ito, Shinya Numata, Tetsuro Hosaka, Mohamad S. Hossain, Syarifuddin Misbari, Nurul N. Yahya, Samsudin Ahmad In the coastal waters of Johor Straits, Peninsular Malaysia, the dugongs occur and their habitat suitability model has yet not been attempted, while it could […]
Publication date: April 2017 Source:Marine Policy, Volume 78 Author(s): Rafaella Lobo, Peter J. Jacques Some scholars have thought the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea would transform marine politics and policy by incorporating social values of equity and justice via the Common Heritage of Mankind and authentic conservation of an essential par […]
Publication date: April 2017 Source:Marine Policy, Volume 78 Author(s): André N. Carvalho, Paulo Vasconcelos, David Piló, Fábio Pereira, Miguel B. Gaspar The present study characterised the socio-economic, operational and technical aspects of harvesting the gooseneck barnacle (Pollicipes pollicipes) along the southwestern coast of Portugal. For this purpose, […]
Publication date: April 2017 Source:Marine Policy, Volume 78 Author(s): Wenxian Qiu, Warwick Gullett This article examines technical aspects of the maritime boundary dispute between Bangladesh and Myanmar (the ‘Bay of Bengal case’). This dispute was the first maritime delimitation determined by the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (ITLOS). The 2 […]
Publication date: April 2017 Source:Marine Policy, Volume 78 Author(s): Tara Hooper, Caroline Hattam, Melanie Austen The expansion of offshore wind farms (OWFs) is likely to increase conflict with other marine users as different sectors compete for space. There may also be positive interactions, as the artificial reef effects from energy infrastructure have […]
Publication date: April 2017 Source:Marine Policy, Volume 78 Author(s): Shekar Bose, Hussein Samh Al-Masroori, Al-Mutasim Hammoud Ahmed Al-Habsi This case study presented perceived views of surveyed fishers and enforcement officials on the efficacy of the existing enforcement programs of the artisanal fisheries sector of Oman. The criteria for evaluating enf […]
Publication date: March 2017 Source:Marine Policy, Volume 77 Author(s): Gang Chen, Desai Shan The Maritime Labour Convention, 2006 outlines a framework for states to enforce jurisdiction over maritime labour matters, including the Flag State, Port State and Labour Supplying State. However, the Convention does not provide explicit guidance on jurisdiction det […]
Publication date: March 2017 Source:Marine Policy, Volume 77 Author(s): Rob Nicoll, Jon C. Day The Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR) has been working to develop and implement a system of marine protected areas (MPAs) for over 10 years. Within CCAMLR there is a long-held belief that the area covered by the CCAMLR Co […]
Fossils found in Morocco from the long-extinct group of sea creatures called trilobites, including rarely seen soft-body parts, may be previously unseen animals that left distinctive fossil 'footprints' around the ancient supercontinent Gondwana.
Messenger RNAs bearing the genetic information for the synthesis of proteins are delivered to defined sites in the cell cytoplasm by molecular motors. Researchers have elucidated how the motors recognize their mRNA freight.
New research has focused on an aspect of the ACA/health care debate that hasn’t really been discussed—the social impact on communities. The author of a new report was able to control for income level and other factors and still finds issues with trust, support and other issues in communities where members are uninsured.
A new approach has been uncovered to detail the formation of material defects at the atomic scale and in near-real time, an important step that could assist in engineering better and stronger new materials.