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Category: education and research
Goals: Established in 1978, the Marine Law Institute of the University of Maine School of Law provides research, teaching, and public service in the area of ocean and coastal law and public policy.
State, federal and international relations in marine resources management; transboundary issues of U.S. and Canadian management of the Gulf of Maine; the use of science in marine resource regulation; management of the impacts of coastal development on waterfronts, harbors, and other coastal and ocean resources; public rights in the shoreline and submerged lands; and global climate change and relative sea level rise.
Resources: Publications available include Ocean and Coastal Law Journal; Citizens Guides to Ocean and Coastal Law; Maine Citizen's Handbook on Coastal Water Quality Enforcement; and North Atlantic Water Dependent Use Study.
Region: Casco Bay
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