United Nations, Ocean Economics and Technology Office: Activities in the Field of Marine Science and Its Applications*

United Nations, Ocean Economics and Technology Office: Activities in the Field of Marine Science... I. DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS AND SOCIAL AFFAIRS The Ocean Economics and Technology Office of the Department of Economic and Social Affairs is the only organizational unit in the United Nations with a separate program in the field of marine science and its applications. Seabed Mineral Development A report entitled "Economic Implications of Sea-bed Mining in the Interna- tional Area" (document A/CONF.62/37, 18 February 1975) was completed in 1975 and submitted to the Geneva session of the Third Conference on the Law of the Sea. The preparation of a working paper on "mineral resources of the continental margin beyond a 200 mile economic zone" was near completion by the end of 1975. Coastal Area Development A report entitled "Coastal Area Management and Development" (document E/5648), which was prepared by the OETO in close cooperation with the United Nations Headquarters units and UN organizations and agencies concerned, was submitted to the ECOSOC at its fifty-ninth session.! t Work was initiated in 1975 for preparation of a manual on coastal area development that will deal with planning techniques and legislative/ institutional arrangements for integrated coastal area development. Also initiated in 1975 were the preparations for a handbook that will provide a http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Ocean Yearbook Online Brill

United Nations, Ocean Economics and Technology Office: Activities in the Field of Marine Science and Its Applications*

Ocean Yearbook Online , Volume 1 (1): 569 – Jan 1, 1978

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Publisher
Martinus Nijhoff
Copyright
Copyright 1978 by Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
ISSN
0191-8575
eISSN
2211-6001
D.O.I.
10.1163/221160078X00300
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I. DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS AND SOCIAL AFFAIRS The Ocean Economics and Technology Office of the Department of Economic and Social Affairs is the only organizational unit in the United Nations with a separate program in the field of marine science and its applications. Seabed Mineral Development A report entitled "Economic Implications of Sea-bed Mining in the Interna- tional Area" (document A/CONF.62/37, 18 February 1975) was completed in 1975 and submitted to the Geneva session of the Third Conference on the Law of the Sea. The preparation of a working paper on "mineral resources of the continental margin beyond a 200 mile economic zone" was near completion by the end of 1975. Coastal Area Development A report entitled "Coastal Area Management and Development" (document E/5648), which was prepared by the OETO in close cooperation with the United Nations Headquarters units and UN organizations and agencies concerned, was submitted to the ECOSOC at its fifty-ninth session.! t Work was initiated in 1975 for preparation of a manual on coastal area development that will deal with planning techniques and legislative/ institutional arrangements for integrated coastal area development. Also initiated in 1975 were the preparations for a handbook that will provide a

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