maritime environment


Related to maritime environment: marine environment

maritime environment

The oceans, seas, bays, estuaries, islands, coastal areas, and the airspace above these, including the littorals.
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naval forces operating in the Caribbean, and Central and South American regions and interact with partner nation navies to shape the maritime environment.
TSA and industry stakeholders will need to ensure that TWIC access control technologies perform effectively in the harsh maritime environment and balance security requirements with the flow of maritime commerce.
It recognises the hard work of many who strive to make the maritime environment a safer place.
The academy is also finalising other specialised courses in safety, rescue and the maritime environment, short technical courses and courses in law and maritime legislation.
The academy is also finalising other specialised courses in safety, rescue and maritime environment along with short courses of a technical nature, in addition to other courses in law and maritime legislation, which will be held during the current year as well.
It is the first of this kind in the UK to be used specifically for policing the maritime environment.
The EU has been acting to improve the maritime environment, promoting conservation, for all our sakes.
We will continue building global maritime partnerships, strengthening our joint forces alignment, and making sure the strategy for our people clearly defines career paths that meet sea/shore rotation schemes in a changing maritime environment.
Similar to the interests of the NDTA in fostering a strong and efficient global transportation system, the Coast Guard, from its inception, has had responsibilities overseeing the transportation of goods in the maritime environment and protecting the economic interests of our nation.
4) This strategy supports national-level objectives while recognizing the uniqueness of the maritime environment, including the difficulty associated with the shared use of oceans and waterways.
Japan will propose the provision of a new chemical agent to protect the maritime environment in case of oil spills in areas such as the Strait of Malacca, at upcoming meetings of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), transport ministry officials said Thursday.
The IMO's Maritime Environment Protection Committee has already set up a special panel to work on the proposed treaty, targeted for adoption not later than 2003.

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