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On the joint marine surveillance regime for international maritime dangerous substances from the perspective of pollution prevention
Pages: 47-52
Year: Issue:  3
Journal: Annual of China Maritime Law

Keyword:  international maritime dangerous substancesjoint marine surveillance regimePSC system;
Abstract: The international law has no effective regulation on the international maritime dangerous substances in the sea leg.The transnational transfer of such substances would constitute great potential threat of damage to marine environment in the sea waters of coastal states involved. For the lack of the relevant early and real-time information,the emergency response procedures on environmental damage in every state appear to be of time-lag and less efficiency. In this connection,based on the present environmental and maritime legal regimes and the best available techniques and practices,probe is made into establishing,within the port state control( PSC) system,a joint marine surveillance regime for the dangerous substances,which should contain the procedures of prior information,real-time report and continuous tracking and early warning of emergency.
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