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Environmental Sciences/Environmental Law
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Acharya, Anjali. 
"Small Islands Awash in a Sea of Troubles," World Watch Magazine, 1995, 8:6 (Nov-Dec), 24 -33

Allen, William H.  "Increased Dangers to Caribbean Marine Ecosystems," BioScience, 1992, 42:5 (May), 330-35

Au WW, Green M. "Acoustic interaction of humpback whales and whale-watching boats," Marine Environment Research, 2000, 49:5 (June), 469-81

Brady, Carl. "Gas Turbines Offer Cruise Ship Pay-Off," Marine Log, 1988, 93:8 (Sept), 41-45

Campbell, Frank A.  "Whispers and Waste," Our Planet, 1999, 10:3, 13-14

Carpenter, Angela and Slly M. Macgill. "The EU directive on port reception facilities for ship-generated waste and cargo residues: cureent availability of facilities in the North Sea," Marine Pollution Bulletin, 2003, 46, 21-32

Carvallo, Maria L.  "Antarctic Tourism Must Be Managed, Not Eliminated," Forum for Applied Research & Public Policy, 1994, 9:1 (Spring), 76-79

Cohen, Gershon.  "Cruise Ships Fail Pollution Tests," Earth Island Journal, 2001, 16:2 (Summer), 7

Courtney, Aaron.  "Multijurisdictional Regulation of Cruise Ship Discharges," Natural Resources & Environment, 2004, 19:1 (Summer), 50 - 56

Dahl, Meredith.  "The Federal Regulation of Waste from Cruise Ships in U.S. Waters," The Environmental Lawyer, 2003, 9:3 (June), 609-662

Dixon, Doug and Greg Hughes.  "Coastal Cruise Ship Waste Management," Marine Technology and SNAME News, 2000, 37:4 (Oct), 216-22

Haggarty, DR; McCorquodale, B; Johannessen, DI; Levings, CD; Ross, PS. "Marine environmental quality in the central coast of British Columbia, Canada: a review of contaminant sources, types and risks." Canadian Technical Report on Fish. Aquat. Sci., 2003, No. 2507, 163pp.

Hughes, Ken.  "Marine Applications of Ozone--A Global Perspective," Water Conditioning & Purification, 2000, 42:11
(November), 70-71

Ingham, Rebecca J. and Debbie Summers.  "Falkland Islands Cruise Ship Tourism: An Overview of the 1999-2000 Season and the Way Forward," Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, 2002, 12:1 (Jan-Feb), 145-152

Johnson, David.  "Environmentally sustainable cruise tourism: a reality check," Marine Policy, 2002, (26), 261-270

Klein, Ross A.  "Left In Its Wake," Alternatives Journal, 28:4, 22-26

Kraemer, Baerbel"Reducing the Environmental Impacts of Cruise Ships in the Arctic and Antarctic," Industry and Environment, 2001, 24:3-4 (July-December), 37

Long, Russell.  "'Let's Sue the Bastards!' (or "Why Litigation Works')" Earth Island Journal, 2001, 16:2 (Summer)

Mair, H. "Cancun reef damaged by cruise ship," Marine Pollution Bulletin, 1998, 36:1 (Jan), 5-6


Marrin, Samantha S.  "Rough Seas Ahead for Alaska Cruises? The Judicial and Legislative Battle Over Glacier Bay," Fordham Environmental Law Journal, 2002, 13:2 (2nd qtr), 323-342

Mearns, AJ.  "Cruise ship wastewater management: Assessing tradeoffs," Sea Technology,  2003, 44:10 (Oct), 81


Mintz, Monica.  "National Parks and Conservation Association v. Babbitt: Titanic Mess, Restricting Cruise Ships in Order to Protect Glacier Bay," Villanova Environmental Law Journal, 2003, 14:2, 325-247

Mohammed, Jennifer, Roberto Torres, and Elizabeth Obenshain. "Waste Reduction at Sea: Pollution Prevention Strategies on
Miami-Based Cruise Lines," National Pollution Prevention Center for Higher Education, October 1998


Mottley, Robert.  "Staying Clean and Green Requires Training As Well As Hardware," Marine Log, 1994, 99:8 (August), 35-37

---, "Nature & Resources: Cruise Ships," Ecologist, 2004, 34:1 (Feb), 30-31

O'Rourke, Morgan.  “Cruise Line Forced to Address Pollution,” Risk Management. 2004,  51:7 (July), 8

Persaud, B. and Douglas, J.  "Tourism and environmental protection in the Caribbean," Ecodecision, 1996, No. 20, 58-60

Polgaze, John. "Can we always ignore ship-generated food waste?," Marine Pollution Bulletin, 2003, 46, 33-38.

Richardson, Jeffrey R.  "When the Ships Come In," National Parks, 2003, 77:7-8 (July-Aug), 27-31

Rogers, C. S. and Garrison, V. H.  "Ten years after the crime: lasting effects of damage from a cruise ship anchor on a coral reef in St. John,Virgin Islands,"  Bulletin of Marine Science, 2001, 69:2, 793-803

Schmidt, Kira.  "Criminal Cruise Ships: Soiling the Seven Seas,"  Earth Island Journal, 2000, 15:3 (Fall)

Shore, Teri.  "Watch Out for Whales," Earth Island Journal, 2001, 16:3 (Autumn)  


Smith, S.H. "Cruise ships: A serious threat to coral reefs and associated organisms," Ocean Shoreline Manaement, 1988, 11:3, 231-248

van Wageningen, Hans and Barry Wade.  "Waste Monitoring in the Eastern Caribbean," Warmer Bulletin, 2000, 75 (November), 6-7


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