Published by: BMO ; 1971
Language(s): Russian; Other Languages: English
Format: Hard copyWMO, 1970
Published by: WMO ; 1970
IMCD/FAO/UNESCO/WMO/WHO/IAEA Joint group of experts on the scientific aspects of marine pollution - Report of the second session
Language(s): English; Other Languages: Spanish
Format: Hard copyOMM, 1970
Published by: OMM ; 1970
OCMI/FAO/UNESCO/OMS/OIEA Grupo mixto sobre los aspectos cientificos de la contaminación de las aguas del mar (GESAMP) - Informe de la segunda reunión
Language(s): Spanish; Other Languages: English
Format: Hard copyWorld Meteorological Organization (WMO) ; Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO); United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) - WMO, 1969
Published by: WMO ; 1969
Joint IMCO/FAO/UNESCO/WMO Group of experts on the Scientific aspects of Marine pollution (GESAMP): report of the first session
Format: Hard copyJMA, 2004-[...]This report outlines the results of observations and analyses made by JMA up to the end of each year with regard to atmospheric and marine greenhouse gases, the ozone layer, ultraviolet radiation, aerosols, atmospheric turbidity, precipitation and dry deposition, and marine pollution.
Published by: JMA
This report outlines the results of observations and analyses made by JMA up to the end of each year with regard to atmospheric and marine greenhouse gases, the ozone layer, ultraviolet radiation, aerosols, atmospheric turbidity, precipitation and dry deposition, and marine pollution.
Language(s): English, Japanese
Format: Digital (Free)
Archives access: 2004-[...][serial]PEMSEA, 1994-[...]Tropical Coasts provides critical information and analysis on today's most pressing coastal and marine issues, information that could mean the difference in research and decision-making. Each issue covers a major theme with supporting articles specifically chosen and tailored to cover significant stories of relevance. The wide variety of topics include oil spill compensation, integrated coastal management, marine pollution prevention, coastal tourism, conflict resolution, public-private partnerships and sustainable financing, to name a few.
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AMAP has produced a series of high quality scientifically-based assessments of the pollution status of the Arctic. The AMAP assessment reports (both the popular readable versions and detailed scienti ...
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