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Oceans policy for Canada a strategy to meet the challenges and opportunities on the oceans frontier. by Environment Canada. Fisheries and Oceans Canada.

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Published by Environment Canada., Fisheries and Oceans Canada in Ottawa .
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  • Marine resources -- Government policy -- Canada.,
  • Marine resources and state -- Canada.,
  • Marine resources conservation -- Canada.

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Open LibraryOL22107052M
ISBN 100662553934

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Canadian Oceans Policy: National Strategies and the New Law of the Sea (Canada and International Relations, 2) [Gordon Munro, Don M. McRae] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This book deals with Canada's oceans management policies since the conclusion of the Convention of the Law of the Sea. That Convention set out a jurisdictional framework for the management of the Cited by: 5.   The political and environmental context within which a new management approach was developed will be described as well as the processes which led to the development of the Oceans Act, its policy framework, Canada’s Oceans Strategy and finally, the Government of Canada’s blueprint for action, Canada’s Oceans Action by: 2. Get this from a library! Oceans policy for Canada: a strategy to meet the challenges and opportunities on the oceans frontier. [Canada. Department of Fisheries and Oceans.;] -- Overview of development strategy for securing maximum social, economic and sovereignty benefits for Canadians from Canadian oceans. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages ; 24 cm. Contents: Canadian fisheries management policy: international dimensions / Parzival Copes --The Canada-United States Pacific salmon treaty / Gordon R. Munro and Robert L. Stokes --Canadian offshore oil and gas: jurisdiction and management issues in the s .

Alex Tesar uses his training in journalism and marine policy to support and communicate the work of Oceans North. He loves to research and create compelling, science-based narratives about the ocean and the people who rely on it. Before joining Oceans North, Alex worked as a writer and editor in Toronto. Chapter 4 Oceans Policy: A Canadian Case Study * Camille Mageau, ** David L. VanderZwaag, and Susan Farlinger Introduction Over the years, Canada, like most other coastal nations, has developed an intricate set of policies and regulatory instruments focused on the management of traditional sectoral uses of the oceans. A well laid out and clear book to help the public see beneath the surface of a major environmental issue - our endangered oceans. Learn how sea-trade policy, consumerism, global warming and conservation efforts can affect the aquatic world, and gain strength in knowing we /5(40). The three oceans that surround Canada are the Atlantic Ocean on the east, the Pacific Ocean on the west and the Arctic Ocean to the north. Other major bodies of water in or near Canada are the Great Lakes and Hudson Bay. The planet currently has five defined oceans. An .

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