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Stdygid3 3 - contiguous zone band of water extending from outer edge of territorial sea up to 24 nautical miles from baseline within which a state

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GEOG 5 Fall 2011 People, Place, Environment Professor Montello Study Guide for Final Exam Questions on Final Exam cover the following topics, in addition to material from Exams 1 and 2: antecedent vs. subsequent boundaries; consequent vs. superimposed subsequent boundaries; maritime boundaries division enclosing area in ocean where nation has exclusive rights over mineral, biological resources, encompassing maritime features, limits, zones; UNCLOS United Nations Convetion on Law of Sea: defines rights, responsibilities of nations in use of world’s oceans, establishing guidelines for biz, environment, mgmt. of marine life; continental shelf extended perimeter of each continent; territorial waters, contiguous zone, exclusive economic zone (EEZ), high seas (international waters) territorial waters: territory of continent for up to 12 miles off land
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Unformatted text preview: contiguous zone: band of water extending from outer edge of territorial sea up to 24 nautical miles from baseline, within which a state can exert limited control for purpose of preventing/punishing “infringement of its customs, fiscal, immigration or sanitary laws, regulations within its territory or territorial sea EEZ: extends from outer limit of territorial sea to max of 200 nautical miles High seas: areas outside of nat’l jurisdiction natural vs. anthropogenic (built) environment; natural: before/outside of humans, not caused/created by humans anthropogenic: man made/human caused nature as “constructed”: fns of humans not an objection truth; geography and the natural environment; what is natural?...
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This note was uploaded on 12/26/2011 for the course GEOG 5 taught by Professor Montello during the Fall '07 term at UCSB.

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