Convention-wide Practices and Procedures in relation to marine dumped chemical weapons and munitions (2004 Update).
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As part of a broader overview of the issue of dumped conventional and chemical munitions in the OSPAR area, in response to a request by OSPAR (OSPAR 00/20/1, §10.15), Ireland has prepared the following assessment of the practices and procedures of Contracting Parties in relation to marine dumped chemical weapons and munitions. In order to collate the relevant information to complete this task, a questionnaire (attached as Appendix I) was circulated to Contracting Parties to gather information on the following three key topics: a. Reporting, Recording and Assessment of Encounters with Marine Dumped Conventional and Chemical Munitions; b. Guidelines for Fishermen and Other Users of the Sea and its Coastline; and c. Surveillance and Management Practices......
Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)14.1
Essential Ocean Variables (EOV)N/A
Spatial CoverageNortheast Atlantic
CitationOSPAR Commission (2004) Convention-wide practices and procedures in relation to marine dumped chemical weapons and munitions (2004 update). London, UK, OSPAR Commission, 18pp. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.25607/OBP-1730