Securing the Ocean for the Next Generation

Papers from the Law of the Sea Institute-Korea Institute of Ocean Science and Technology Conference held in Seoul, Korea, May 2012

Harry N. Scheiber, Director, LOSI
Moon Sang Kwon, Director, KIOST

Assistant Editor:
Emily Gardner


Table of Contents

Table of Contents



Part I. Looking Back, and Looking Ahead

The Final Frontier: The Law of the Sea Convention and Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction
David Freestone, George Washington University

The EEZ Regime: Reflections After 30 Years
Robert Beckman and Tara Davenport, National University of Singapore

Part II. Fisheries Regimes

Enforcement Cooperation in Combatting Illegal and Unauthorized Fishing: An Assessment of Contemporary Practice
Stuart Kaye, University of Western Australia

Conservation and Utilization of the Living Resources in the EEZ: How Far Can We Go?
Zhen Sun, University of Cambridge (United Kingdom)

Going Once, Going Twice — Sold to the Highest Bidder: Restoring Equity on the High Seas through Centralized High Seas Fish Auctions
Anastasia Telesetsky, University of Idaho

Key Issues on the Commercial Development of Deep Seabed Mineral Resources
Seong Wook Park, KIOST

Part III. International Tensions and Multilateralism

Understanding the Recent U.S. and Mexico Treaty on Shared Hydrocarbons: Moving Toward Transboundary Marine Energy Security in the Gulf of Mexico
Richard McLaughlin, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi

Maritime Delimitation and Joint Resource Development in the East China Sea
Seokwoo Lee, Inha University and Young Kil Park, Korea Maritime Institute

Seabed Activities and the Protection and Preservation of the Marine Environment in Disputed Maritime Areas of the Asia-Pacific Region
Vasco Becker-Weinberg, University of Hamburg (Germany)

Part IV. Marine Boundaries and Resource Use

Securing the Resources of the Deep: Dividing and Governing the Extended Continental Shelf
Clive Schofield, University of Wollongong (Australia)

The Effect of Historic Fishing Rights in Maritime Boundaries Delimitation
Leonardo Bernard, National University of Singapore

Part V. Ecosystem, Climate Change, and Cultural-Property Issues

International Legal Challenges Concerning Marine Scientific Research in the Era of Climate Change
Alexander Proelss, University of Trier (Germany)

Why International Catch Shares Won’t Save Ocean Biodiversity
Holly Doremus, University of California, Berkeley

Marine Biodiversity, Ecosystem Services and Better Use of Science Information
Betsy Baker, Vermont Law School

The Liability and Compensation Mechanism under International Marine Environmental Law: Adopting the Polluter Pays Principle to Control Marine Pollution under International Law from the Aspect of International Cooperation
Chen Ju Chen, National Chengchi University (Taiwan)

Ensuring the Preservation of Submerged Treasures for the Next Generation: The Protection of Underwater Cultural Heritage in International Law
Lowell Bautista, University of Wollongong (Australia)