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Learning the hard way: Australia vs Tarumen


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Slicer, NM (2005) Learning the hard way: Australia vs Tarumen. Antarctic and Southern Ocean Law and Policy, 1 (Occasi). pp. 40-50. ISSN 1034-361X

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Australia has demonstrated a significant commitment to apprehending
foreign nationals and vessels for fisheries offences in the Southern
Ocean. However, along with a number of other States, Australia has
also expressed the view that the provisions of international law
restrains its capacity to sufficiently deter Illegal Unregulated and
Unreported (IUU) fishing in the high seas regions of the Southern
Ocean. 1 This paper will neither dispute nor discuss the international
law regime, instead it will consider the effectiveness of Australian
domestic laws which aim to combat IUU fishing in the Australian
Fishing Zones (AFZs) of the Southern Ocean. 2

Item Type: Article
Journal or Publication Title: Antarctic and Southern Ocean Law and Policy
Publisher: University of Tasmania Law School Press
Page Range: pp. 40-50
ISSN: 1034-361X
Date Deposited: 07 Apr 2008 14:40
Last Modified: 18 Nov 2014 03:35
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