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Marine Scientific Research In Mexico: Its Legal Regime Under Mexican Law And International Law

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The legal regime which currently governs the conduct of marine scientific research in areas under the sovereignty or jurisdiction of the coastal State is among the most novel and delicate questions added to the modern corpus of international law of the sea. Since the early stages of UNCLOS III, the legal regime of marine scientific research has been intertwined with a triad of claims firmly advanced by certain developing countries that included: (i) the explicit consent of the coastal State; (ii) the right of its marine scientists to participate in said research; and (iii) the right to receive data and the final results. The differential between the number of marine scientists, marine scientific institutions and laboratories, and scientific research and oceanographic vessels between technologically advanced States and developing coastal States, continues to be contrasting.

Keywords: international law; legal regime; marine scientific research; mexican law; Mexico



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