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题名: The fishery agreements and management systems in the East China Sea
作者: Ching-Hsiewn Ou;Huan-Sheng Tseng
贡献者: 國立臺灣海洋大學:環境生物與漁業科學學系
日期: 2010-05
上传时间: 2017-01-13T07:17:25Z
出版者: Ocean & Coastal Management
摘要: Abstract:The rich fishery resource of the East China Sea makes it the most
important fishing ground in the East Asia and one of the most
productive fishing grounds in the world. Its access is important to
the surrounding regions such as Taiwan, China, Japan, and South
Korea and leads to many fishery disputes. In addition, following the
adoption of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea
1982 (UNCLOS),1 States began to declare their 200 nautical mile
Exclusive Economic Zones (EEZ), resulting in disputes over overlapping
EEZs. In the East China Sea, since more than 400 nautical
miles separate Taiwan in the south and South Korea in the north,
there is no problem of overlapping EEZs between these two Parties.
While China, South Korea and Japan’s EEZs overlap in the northern
part of the East China Sea, the problem has been gradually resolved
over time; in the southern part of the East China Sea where EEZ
overlap between China, Taiwan and Japan, the problem remains to
be resolved. The purpose of this paper is to examine the fishery
relations between the Parties surrounding the East China Sea, the
problems and mechanisms involved in the joint management of
East China Sea’s fisheries as well as how the New Sino-Japanese
Fishery Agreement under the EEZ framework affects third States
and possible solutions.
關聯: 53, pp.279-288
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