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Changing Seas, Changing Institutions: Charting New Courses into the Future

  • Are K. Sydnes
  • Alf Hålkon Hoel
  • Syma A. Ebbin
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United Nations Coastal State Marine Resource Exclusive Economic Zone Fishery Governance 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Are K. Sydnes
  • Alf Hålkon Hoel
  • Syma A. Ebbin
    • 1
  1. 1.GrotonUSA

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