Sixteen authoritative yet eminently readable chapters offer analyses of major issues in the interfaces of science, technology, and law for the oceans. This volume fills an important gap both in the existing literature on law of the sea and in the more comprehensive field of ocean resource-use studies.... in the Moluccas, which were a preferred source of nutmeg and cloves.33 These explorers confirmed for the first time that the eastern and western Pacific were part of the same ocean. Within a year, they had landed on the shores of China. ... In the early spring, he landed in the Marianas Islands and Guam, and later made the first recorded European discovery of the ... 34 Thomas Suarez, Early Mapping of Southeast Asia (Singapore: Periplus Editions (HK) Ltd, 1st ed., 1999), 138a139.
|Title||:||Science, Technology, and New Challenges to Ocean Law|
|Author||:||Harry N. Scheiber, James Kraska, Moon-Sang Kwon|
|Publisher||:||BRILL - 2015-07-24|