ACOPS Yearbook 1986–87. Advisory Committee on Pollution of by Advisory Committee on Pollution of the Sea, Advisory

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An annual assessment of actions via governmental and non-governmental corporations bearing on treatments for international pollutants, including medical and technical reviews containing surveys of toxins within the maritime setting.

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The handbook will be a simplified equivalent of the computer version of SEABEL and will contain the following subjects: • • • • • • • • • • introduction; description of SEABEL; user's instructions; checklists for data gathering; list of chemicals; review of all physical models; checklist for gathering geographical characteristics and a list for the North Sea; list of response methods with reference to the Community Information System; methods for selection and evaluation of response measures; appendices of data sheets, tables and graphs.

Dumping in internal waters is not covered by the Convention and the Commission discussed whether the text should be amended to include specifically dumping in internal waters. An Ad Hoc Working Group of legal experts was established to consider the legal implications and to prepare a draft text for amending the Convention. Delegations were asked to continue to submit as much information as possible on dumping in internal waters on a voluntary basis. A joint LDC/OSCOM Group of Experts prepared global guidelines governing the disposal of dredged material.

Delegations were asked to continue to submit as much information as possible on dumping in internal waters on a voluntary basis. A joint LDC/OSCOM Group of Experts prepared global guidelines governing the disposal of dredged material. These guidelines will be considered within the framework of the LDC. 14 Environmental Impact Assessment When considering the implications of the Law of the Sea Convention for the Paris Convention, the Paris Commission decided at its Seventh Meeting to discuss the possibility of adopting a PARCOM Decision on Environmental Impact Assessment.

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