Taking the Long View of Ocean Ecosystems: Historical Science, Marine Restoration, and the Oceans Act of 2000

Craig, Robin Kundis
February 2003
Ecology Law Quarterly;2003, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p649
Academic Journal
Argues that the U.S. should adopt statutory policies to restore marine ecosystems and provide them with the capability of enforcement by incorporating environmental interest in ecosystems and restoration and the scientific revelations about ocean baselines and productivity. Status of U.S. ocean regulation; Discussion on the restoration of marine environments and the Oceans Act of 2000; Historical perspective and proposals for the structure and focus of U.S. ocean regulation.


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