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THE ANTARCTIC ENVIRONMENT: MANAGEMENT AND CONSERVATION OF RESOURCES A. CONSERVATION AND ENVIRONMENT 13. The Antarctic Treaty System as an Environmental Mechanism An Approach to Environmental Issues fohn A. Heap and Martin W. Holdgate 14. Panel Discussion on Conservation and Environment B. LIVING RESOURCES 15. The Antarctic Treaty System as a Resource Management Mechanism Living Resources John A. Gulland 16. Panel Discussion on Living Resources C. NONLIVING RESOURCES 17. Arctic Offshore Technology and Its Relevance to the Antarctic K. R. Cwasdale 18. Discussion on Technology and Economics of Minerals Development in Polar Areas 19. The Antarctic Treaty System as a Resource Management Mechanism Nonliving Resources Christopher D. Beeby 20. Panel Discussion on Nonliving Resources

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