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Theses/Dissertations from 2019

Offshore Wind Farms and Maritime Navigational Risks, Syed Raza Ali Mehdi. (Ph.D (Maritime Affairs),

Regulating the Carriage of Firearms for Private Vessel Protection At Sea: Lessons From Nigeria And The Wider Gulf Of Guinea, Osatohanmwen Osamudiamen Anastasia Eruaga. (Ph.D (Maritime Affairs),

Environmental Protection Services and Salvage Law: Emerging Issues in Perspective, Huiru Liu. (Ph.D (Maritime Affairs),

Theses/Dissertations from 2018

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Flag state performance and the implementation of port state control in the European Union - A mixed methods approach, Armando Graziano. Italy.)

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Building a national maritime security policy, Adriana Avila-Zúñiga Nordfjeld. Mexico.)

Theses/Dissertations from 2017

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Development of the framework for a lean, energy efficient, and environmentally friendly port: umm qasr port as a Case Study, Safaa A.J. Alfayyadh. (Port Management, Iraq.)

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Design and Evaluation of Ballast Water Management Systems using Modified and Hybridised Axiomatic Design Principles, Lawrence Kuroshi. (Ph.D (Maritime Affairs), Nigeria.)

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Improving learning outcomes within a developing maritime nation lacking practical resources through the introduction of classroom technology : a case study at a South African University of Technology, Derek Lambert. (Ph.D (Maritime Affairs), South Africa.)

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A holistic risk-oriented framework for port infrastructure adaption to climate change, Kana Nkasanga Patrick Mutumbo. South Africa.)

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Virtual aids to navigation, R. Glenn Wright. United States of America.)

Theses/Dissertations from 2016

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Criminal procedures and sanctions against seafarers after large-scale ship-source oil pollution accidents: a human rights perspective, Anete Logina. Latvia.)

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Oil spill preparedness in Sweden : prevention, planning, and response for large accidents, Jonas Pålsson. Sweden.)