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
Ocean Yearbook Online – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1978
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