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Marine resource damage assessment: liability and compensation for environmental damage
Maes, F. (2005). Marine resource damage assessment: liability and compensation for environmental damage. Springer: Dordrecht. XVII, 284 pp.

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    VLIZ: Law, Policy, (I)CZM, Economics and Social Sciences LAW20 [76413]

Keywords
    Damage; International law; Liability; Marine resources; Pollution; Marine

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Content
  • Maes, F. (2005). Introduction, in: Maes, F. Marine resource damage assessment: liability and compensation for environmental damage. pp. xv-xvii, more
  • Brans, E.H.P. (2005). Estimating damages under the 2004 EC Directive on Environmental Liability, in: Maes, F. Marine resource damage assessment: liability and compensation for environmental damage. pp. 3-25, more
  • Proot, L.; Bocken, H. (2005). Environmental damage and Belgian law, in: Maes, F. Marine resource damage assessment: liability and compensation for environmental damage. pp. 27-41. dx.doi.org/10.1007/1-4020-3368-0_2, more
  • Medina, L. (2005). Compensation for ecological damage and Latvian law, in: Maes, F. Marine resource damage assessment: liability and compensation for environmental damage. pp. 43-55, more
  • Nichols, J. (2005). Scope of compensation for environmental damage under the 1992 Civil Liability Convention and the 1992 Fund Convention, in: Maes, F. Marine resource damage assessment: liability and compensation for environmental damage. pp. 59-66, more
  • Mac Innis, K.A. (2005). The Canadian SSOP Fund and Environmental Damage Assessment (EDA) in Canada, in: Maes, F. Marine resource damage assessment: liability and compensation for environmental damage. pp. 67-84, more
  • (2005). The impact of EC decision-making on the International Regime for Oil Pollution Damage: the supplementary fund example, in: Maes, F. Marine resource damage assessment: liability and compensation for environmental damage. pp. 85-131. dx.doi.org/10.1007/1-4020-3368-0_6, more
  • Nunes, P.A.L.D.; De Blaeij, A.T. (2005). Economic assessment of marine quality benefits: applying the use of non-market valuation methods, in: Maes, F. Marine resource damage assessment: liability and compensation for environmental damage. pp. 135-163, more
  • Van Biervliet, K.; Le Roy, D.; Nunes, P.A.L.D. (2005). A contingent valuation study of an accidental oil spill along the Belgian coast, in: Maes, F. Marine resource damage assessment: liability and compensation for environmental damage. pp. 165-207. dx.doi.org/10.1007/1-4020-3368-0_8, more
  • Scory, S. (2005). The use of mathematical models for estimating oil pollution damage at sea, in: Maes, F. Marine resource damage assessment: liability and compensation for environmental damage. pp. 211-252. dx.doi.org/10.1007/1-4020-3368-0_9, more
  • Douvere, F. (2005). Socio-economic value of the human activities in the marine environment: the Belgian case, in: Maes, F. Marine resource damage assessment: liability and compensation for environmental damage. pp. 253-269. dx.doi.org/10.1007/1-4020-3368-0_10, more

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