Ocean Yearbook Cumulative Index (Volumes 26–30) Contents VOLUME NUMBERS AND YEAR OF PUBLICATION ARTICLES Title Index Author-Title Index Subject Index IN MEMORIAM TRIBUTES REPORTS FROM THE INTERNATIONAL OCEAN INSTITUTE DOCUMENTS AND PROCEEDINGS DIRECTORIES OF OCEAN -RELATED ORGANIZATIONS BOOK REVIEWS Volume Numbers and Year of Publication 26, 2012 27, 2013 28, 2014 29, 2015 30, 2016 Articles Title Index “A Comparative Study of Offshore Renewable Energy Legal Frameworks in France and the United Kingdom,” Nicolas Boillet and Gaëlle Guéguen-Hallouët 30:377. “A Double-Edged Harpoon: The Trial of Science in the Antarctic Whaling Case before the International Court of Justice,” J.J.P. Smith 28:445. “A Three-Tier Framework for Port Infrastructure Adaptation to Climate Chang e: Balancing Breadth and Depth of Knowledge,” Kana Mutombo and Aykut Ölçer 30:564. “Adapting to Climate Change and Accelerated Sea-Level Rise through Integrated Coastal Zone Management Laws: A Study of the South Asian Experience,” Tony George Puthucherril 26:533. © koninklijke brill nv, leiden, ���7 | doi �0.��63/ 9789004347 � 37_0 � 7 <UN> 784 Ocean Yearbook Cumulative Index (Volumes 26–30) “Addressing Ocean Acidification as Part of Sustainable Ocean Development,” Sarah R. Cooley and Jeremy T. Mathis 27:29. “Admiralty Law, the Law of the Sea Convention and the Material Culture
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