International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law

(The median citation count of International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
Climate Change and Renewable Energy from the Ocean and Tides: Calming the Sea of Regulatory Uncertainty26
The 2018 Agreement to Prevent Unregulated High Seas Fisheries in the Central Arctic Ocean: A Critical Analysis25
The IMO Initial Strategy for the Reduction of GHGs from International Shipping: A Commentary16
The Protection of the Marine Environment from Land-Based Pollution and Activities: Gauging the Tides of Global and Regional Governance12
From the Depths: Rich Pickings of Principles of Sustainable Development and General International Law on the Ocean Floor—the Seabed Disputes Chamber’s 2011 Advisory Opinion10
Drifting Fish Aggregating Devices (FADs)9
Investigation, Detention and Release of Ships under the Paris Memorandum of Understanding on Port State Control: A View from Practice9
Departures from the Coast: Trends in the Application of Territorial Sea Baselines under the Law of the Sea Convention9
Defining eez Claims from Islands: A Potential South China Sea Change8
Greenhouse Gas Emissions from International Shipping: The Response from China’s Shipping Industry to the Regulatory Initiatives of the International Maritime Organization7
Benefitting from the Common Heritage of Humankind: From Expectation to Reality7
The Development of a Payment Regime for Deep Sea Mining Activities in the Area through Stakeholder Participation7
Protests against Oil Exploration at Sea: Lessons from the Arctic Sunrise Arbitration6
Sunken Spanish Ships before American Courts6
The EU’s Regulation on the Sustainable Management of External Fishing Fleets: International and European Law Perspectives5
Article 76 of the LOSC on the Definition of the Continental Shelf: Questions concerning its Interpretation from a Legal Perspective5
Obligations of ‘Due Regard’ in the Exclusive Economic Zone: Their Context, Purpose and State Practice5
Spain’s Action to Control and Suppress Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated Fishing: Current Status and Future Prospects5
International Governance of Oil Spills from Upstream Petroleum Activities in the Arctic: Response over Prevention?5
Islands Awash Amidst Rising Seas: Sea Level Rise and Insular Status under the Law of the Sea4
The Netherlands: The 2018 Agreement between The Ocean Cleanup and the Netherlands4
Port State Measures—from Residual Port State Jurisdiction to Global Standards4
Article 76 of the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea—Implementation Problems from the Technical Perspective4
To Our Children's Children's Children: From Promoting to Achieving Compliance in High Seas Fisheries4
Litigating Climate Change under Part XII of the LOSC4
The Legal Nature and Content of ‘Due Regard’ Obligations in Recent International Case Law4
International Regulation of Heavy Fuel Oil Use by Vessels in Arctic Waters4
The Settlement of Disputes Arising From Conflicting Outer Continental Shelf Claims4
Protecting the Malacca and Singapore Straits from Ships’ Atmospheric Emissions through the Implementation of marpol Annex vi3
The International Regime for the Protection of the North Sea: From Functional Approaches to a More Integrated Approach3
On International Arbitrations for the Settlement of Boundary Maritime Delimitation Disputes and Disputes from Joint Development Agreements for the Exploitation of Offshore Natural Resources3
International Treaties and U.S. Laws as Tools to Regulate the Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Ships and Ports3
The Genesis of the ‘Due Regard’ Obligations in the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea3
Dispute Settlement in the Law of the Sea: Survey for 20183
Treaty Evolution, Adaptation and Change: Is the LOSC ‘Enough’ to Address Climate Change Impacts on the Marine Environment?2
Port State Jurisdiction Relating to the Safety of Shipping and Pollution from Ships—What Degree of Extra-territoriality?2
Moving from Words to Action2
Foreign Military Activities in the Exclusive Economic Zone: Remarks on the Applicability and Scope of the Reciprocal ‘Due Regard’ Duties of Coastal and Third States2
International Law as an Adaptation Measure to Sea-level Rise and Its Impacts on Islands and Offshore Features2
The ‘Due Regard’ Obligation and the Peaceful and Economic Uses of the EEZ other than Fisheries2
‘Due Regard’ Obligations under the 1982 UN Convention on the Law of the Sea: The Laying of Cables and Activities in the Area2
Planning from the Margin—The European Union’s Potential Role in Spatial Planning for Managing Activities in the Marine Arctic2
What’s in a Duty? EU Identification of Non-cooperating Port States and Their Prescriptive Responses2
Moving from MPAs to Area-based Management Measures in the South China Sea2
Dispute Settlement in the Law of the Sea: Survey for 20191
Continental Shelf Submissions: The Record to Date1
Tony George Puthucherril, From Shipbreaking to Sustainable Ship Recycling: Evolution of a Legal Regime (Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff ), 2010, ISBN 978-90-04-17491-7, hardbound, €112.00/US$156.00, pp. xvi 1
A Missed Opportunity? Unilateral Declarations by the European Union and the European Court of Justice’s Venezuelan Fisheries Judgment1
Assessing the Impact of the South China Sea Arbitration on Small Island States: A Case Study of Kiribati1
Assessing Maritime Piracy in American Law: A Century-old Punishment for an Evolving Crime1
Sulu-Sulawesi Seas Patrol: Lessons from the Malacca Straits Patrol and Other Similar Cooperative Frameworks1
Marine Environmental Damage: The Compensability of Ecosystem Service Loss in International Law1
Energy from the Sea and the Protection of the Marine Environment: Treaty-Based Regimes and Ocean Corporate Social Responsibility1
The European Union’s Common Fisheries Policy, the Right to Self-determination and Permanent Sovereignty over Natural Resources1
The Most Controversial Submission before the CLCS: With Reference to the 2019 Malaysia Submission1
Taxing Illegal Fishing (A Proposal for Using Taxation Law to Reduce Profiteering From IUU Fishing Offences)1
Regulatory Systems Supporting Innovation: Lessons from the Development of the 2004 Ballast Water Management Convention1
Protected Area Law in Seychelles: Legal Complexity in a Micro-jurisdiction1
The Limitations on Military Activities by Third States in the EEZ Resulting from Environmental Law1
The Future of the Law of the Sea—Bridging Gaps between National, Individual and Common Interests, edited by Gemma Andreone1
The International Legal Framework for Post-Brexit EEZ Fisheries Access between the United Kingdom and the European Union1
Svalbard’s ‘Snow Crab Row’ as a Challenge to the Common Fisheries Policy of the European Union1
Conference on the Governance of High Seas Fisheries and the UN Fish Agreement: Moving from Words to Action1
‘Due Regard’ Obligations, with Particular Emphasis on Fisheries in the Exclusive Economic Zone1