IMarEST provides you opportunities to gain knowledge and further your continuing professional development through access to our Virtual Library, Professional Magazines and Peer-Reviewed Journals. See below for resources related to the Ocean Governance SIG.
Peer Review Journals
The IMarEST's peer-reviewed journal The Journal of Operational Oceanography has featured a number of papers surrounding ocean governance including marine pollution, protection rules and measures case studies and the Copernicus Ocean State Report.
IMarEST Digital Archive
The IMarEST Digital Archive offers members online access to the Institute's full archive of journal publications, covering technical research, news, comment and analysis from across all disciplines represented by our membership.
Members must be logged into the IMarEST website in order access the full text articles.
IMarEST members can access marine fuel related papers on the Digital Archive.
IMarEST Discovery Service
IMarEST member also have access to the IMarEST Discovery Service, where they can access full text journal papers and the latest news and managzine articles. The following are search terms on ocean governance that might of interest to members.
For these links to work, members must first login to the Virtual Library, and activate their session by clicking through to the "Discovery Service". Once you have done this, the following links should work.
- Marine spatial planning and coastal zone management
- Ocean governance in the Arctic
- Deep sea mining and resource extraction
Exclusive to IMarEST members, IMarEST TV allows you to watch live-streams and full recordings of IMarEST technical lectures, meetings, conferences and many other events from across the globe. There is a growing range of alternative fuels related content available to members on IMarEST TV.
- Why Deep-Ocean science is important for a sustainable blue economy
- UK Marine Science and Sustainability and Industrial Growth: 2018-2025
- Marine and offshore engineers vs. nature and the environment
- Rising Sea level - the latest outlook for mid-century
- Temporal trend monitoring for persistent organic pollutants in UK marine mammals
- Can marine autonomy save the world?