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Regulating the Marine Environment

About this Course

Examines the interaction of state, federal, and international regimes in the regulation of the marine environments through the examination of issues such as the marine environment as a source of energy; the nonrenewable resources of the seabed; and the winds, waves, currents, and temperatures of the sea itself. An AWR class.

Course number

5349

Program

Graduate

Subject

Environmental Law