424 Bibliography of Books and Periodical Articles on Marine and Coastal Law, 1989-1992 in South Africa Compiled by Prof. D.J. Devine Director, Institute of Marine Law, University of Cape Town, South Africa 1. General Devine, D.J. Marine resources and the Nambian Constitution. South African Yearbook of International Law. 1990-1991. v. 16, pp. 112-118. Devine, D.J. Law enforcement in maritime zones. In Proceedings and Papers at the National Maritime Conference 1991. Cape Town, pp. 1-9. Devine, D.J. Maritime Zone Legislation for a New South Africa: Historical, Contemporary and International Perspectives, Special Publication no. 17, 1992, Institute of Marine Law, University of Cape Town, pp. 115 and J. Glazewski, J.I. The regulation of whaling in international and South African law. South African Yearbook of International Law. 1990-1991. v. 16, pp. 61-80. Jackson, L.E. International Marine Pollution Conventions and the Independent States of Southern Africa, Special Publication no. 8, 1989, Institute of Marine Law, University of Cape Town, pp. 60. Kuan-Ming Sun. The Antarctic mineral regime and the Common Heritage of Mankind. Sea Changes. 1989, no. 10, pp. 67-76. Kuan-Ming Sun. Dawn in the South China Sea? a relocation of the Spratly Islands in an everlasting legal storm. South African Yearbook
The International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1994
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