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The Deepest of Ironies: Genetic Resources, Marine Scientific Research, and the Area

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Affiliations: 1: Legal Officer (Biological Diversity), Environmental Law Centre, IUCN-The World Conservation Union A number of people assisted with this paper at various stages, although the views expressed here do not necessarily reflect their views or those of their organizations. I am extremely grateful to Joy Hyvarinen, World Wide Fund for Nature; William T. Burke, University of Washington School of Law; Moritaka Hayashi, United Nations Office for Ocean Affairs and the Law of the Sea, Office of Legal Affairs; Holger Jannasch, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution; Lee Kimball, IUCN Commission on Environmental Law; Elisabeth Mann Borgese, International Ocean Institute, Dalhousie University; and Alfred H. A. Soons, Institute of Public International Law, University of Utrecht-all of whom graciously worked within my difficult time constraints to provide their comments on early drafts of this paper. Karen Bell at the IUCN Environmental Law Centre provided me with invaluable editorial comments. The views expressed in this paper do not necessarily reflect those of IUCN or its members.


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