The Ocean Yearbook is soliciting articles for its 25th Volume. Research articles and think-pieces on ocean governance, living resources, non-living ocean resources, ocean acidification, ocean renewable energy, transportation and communications, environment and coastal management, maritime security, military activities, regional developments, training and education, and ocean polar issues will be considered. The deadline for submission is 31 March, 2010. More details online at http://law.dal.ca/Files/MEL_Institute/OYB/OYB_2009/Call_For_Papers_Volume_25-2009.pdf.
The Ocean Yearbook also has an annual competition for students writing research papers on marine affairs subjects, and it awards a Student Prize each year. The deadline for submission of student papers is 15 May, 2010. More details are online at http://law.dal.ca/Files/MEL_Institute/OYB/OYB_2009/Student_Prize_2010.pdf.
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