MCOP 512 - Marine Resource Law
Course Description: The course focuses on Federal and state laws respecting the use and management of the territorial sea, the continental shelf, and the 200-mile Exclusive Economic Zone. Topics considered include the history and status of state-federal preemption, state and federal regulation of domestic marine fisheries and aquaculture, marine endangered and protected species, offshore energy development, marine pollution control, oil spill liability, and area-based management approaches such as the national marine sanctuary program. Federal statutes explored include the Magnuson Fishery Conservation and Management Act, the Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act, the Ocean Dumping Act, and the Marine Mammal Protection Act.
Credit Hours: 3
Corequisite Courses: None
Prerequisite Courses: None
Additional Restrictions/ Requirements: None
Course Repeatability Course may not be repeated
ADDITIONAL COURSE INFORMATION
Equivalent Courses: None
Undergraduate Crosslisting: None
Additional Course Fees: None
Course Attribute: None
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