Aquaculture Law and Policy
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Aquaculture Law and Policy

Global, Regional and National Perspectives

Edited by Nigel Bankes, Irene Dahl and David L. VanderZwaag

With aquaculture operations fast expanding around the world, the adequacy of aquaculture-related laws and policies has become a hot topic. This much-needed book provides a three-part guide to the complex regulatory landscape. The expert contributors first review the international legal dimensions, including chapters on law of the sea, trade, and access and benefit sharing. Part Two offers regional perspectives, discussing the EU and regional fisheries management organizations. The final part contains eleven case studies exploring how leading aquaculture producing countries have been putting sustainability principles into practice.
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Chapter 11: Iceland: aspects of the legal environment relating to aquaculture

A_alhei_ur J—hannsd—ttir

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Iceland: the legal environment relating to aquaculture 11. Iceland: aspects of the legal environment relating to aquaculture Aðalheiður Jóhannsdóttir INTRODUCTION Aquaculture, including mariculture, is a growing industry in Iceland leading, inter...

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