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A Juridical Analysis of the Doctrine of the Continental Shelf in the Perspective of the Merging Uses of the Ocean Floor : a Study in the Public Order of the Oceans.

By Krieger, Walter William

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Title: A Juridical Analysis of the Doctrine of the Continental Shelf in the Perspective of the Merging Uses of the Ocean Floor : a Study in the Public Order of the Oceans.  
Author: Krieger, Walter William
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Language: English
Subject: Political science, Political science
Collections: Government Library Collection, Federal Depository Library Collection
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1969
Publisher: George Washington University

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William, K. W. (1969). A Juridical Analysis of the Doctrine of the Continental Shelf in the Perspective of the Merging Uses of the Ocean Floor : a Study in the Public Order of the Oceans.. Retrieved from http://www.netlibrary.net/


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Description: Thesis (LL. M. (Int. L.))--George Washington University, 1969

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Digitized by Naval Postgraduate School, Dudley Knox Library

 

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