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Submarine Cables and the Oceans: Connecting the World
Stock Code 3829, UNEP 2010 Paperback 64 Pages Price USD 30.00
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There are many things and services in our everyday life that we take for granted, and telecommunications is one of them. technology that enables us to do so. This report covers the history and nature of cables, their special status in international law, their interaction with the environment and other ocean users and, finally, the challenges of the future.

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Ocean Zoning making marine management more effective - SALE
Stock Code 3867 , UNEP 2010 Hardback 220 Pages Price USD 60.00
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Our knowledge of the oceans is increasing rapidly, as more powerful tools for exploration and exploitation make it easier to locate valuable resources, such as fish stocks, oil and gas reserves, or sites for wind and hydropower schemes.

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The Role of Supply Chains in Addressing the Global Seafood Crisis
Stock Code DTI/1218/PA, UNEP 2009 Paperback 76 Pages Price USD 30.00
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This publication provides guidance to the various stakeholders in the fisheries sector on the tools and actions necessary to address the challenges contributing to the global food crisis. The document reviews the complexities surrounding the current decline, and in some cases collapse, of global fish stocks.

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Real-time Coastal Observing Systems for Marine Ecosystem Dynamics and Harmful Algal Blooms
Stock Code UNESCO0044, UNESCO 2008 Hardback 830 pages Price USD 78.00
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This volume offers guidance for developing real-time and near real-time sensing systems for observing and predicting plankton dynamics, including harmful algal blooms, in coastal waters. It explains underlying theory and discusses current trends in research and monitoring.

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Regional Sea Reports and Studies no. 180 : Financing the implementation of regional seas conventions and action plans : A guide for national action
Stock Code DEP/0821/HA, UNEP 2006 Paperback 88 pages Price USD 15.00
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This report addresses the financing process as a whole : how to determine financing needs, how to choose the plan that best fits these needs, as well as the challenges Regional Seas Programmes will face while moving forward with the next phase of activities.
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Caribbean Sea/Colombia & Venezuela, Central America & Mexico Giwa Regional assessment 3b, 3c
Stock Code 3597, UNEP 2006 Paperback 96 pages Price USD 20.00
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This report presents the results of the GIWA assessment of the Colombia & Venezuela and Central America & Mexico sub-systems – located in GIWA region 3, the Caribbean Sea. The regional team identified habitat and community modification as the priority concern of both sub-systems.

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Caspian Sea
Stock Code 3599, UNEP 2006 Paperback 92 pages Price USD 20.00
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This report presents the Caspian Sea – the largest land-locked water body on earth, bordered by five countries and influenced by three more in the catchment area.

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Humboldt Current
Stock Code 3601, UNEP 2006 Paperback 100 pages Price USD 20.00
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This report presents the GIWA assessment of the Humboldt Current region, located along western South America, stretching from the Ecuadorian-Colombian border to the south of Chile.

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Our Precious Coasts : Marine Pollution, Climate Change and the Resilience of Coastal Ecosystems
Stock Code 3621, UNEP 2006 Paperback 38 pages Price USD 12.00
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The ability of coral reefs to survive in a globally-warming world may crucially depend on the levels of pollution to which they are exposed, new findings indicate.
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Oyashio Current
Stock Code 3602, UNEP 2006 Paperback 60 pages Price USD 20.00
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This report presents the results of the GIWA assessment of the Oyashio Current region – one of the most productive waters in East Asia.

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Sea of Okhotsk
Stock Code 3603, UNEP 2006 Paperback 72 pages Price USD 20.00
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This report presents the results of the GIWA assessment of the Sea of Okhotsk region. Rapid population growth and economic development have led to increasing pollution loads in the Amur River basin – the region’s largest drainage basin – placing increasing pressure on its diverse ecosystems.

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Baltic Sea - GIWA Regional Assessment 17
Stock Code 3482, UNEP 2005 Paperback 69 pages Price USD 20.00
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This report presents the GIWA assessment of the Baltic Sea region, one of the largest brackish water areas in the world. It is a semi-enclosed sea, which together with other physical as well as socio-economic characteristics makes it very sensitive to anthropogenic pressures.

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