Economic effects of deep ocean minerals exploitation
Bollow, George Edward
von Pagenhardt, R.
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Any international regime established to regulate the exploitation of deep ocean mineral resources will be shaped greatly by the effect this exploitation may have on the world economy. Many deep ocean mineral deposits are potentially available, but manganese nodules will probably be the first to be exploited.
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