Maritime books published between 1985-2005
The best maritime book collection on the web!
Azuni, D. A. (2005). The maritime law of Europe. Clark, N.J., Lawbook Exchange.
Barton, W. (2005). A dissertation on the freedom of navigation and maritime commerce, and such rights of states, relative thereto, as are founded on the Law of Nations: adapted more particularly to the United States and interspersed with moral and political reflections, and historical facts. Clark, N.J., Lawbook Exchange.
Bergin, A., W. S. G. Bateman, et al. (2005). Future unknown: the terrorist threat to Australian maritime security. Barton, A.C.T., Australian Strategic Policy Institute.
Buxton, G. and E. Macy (2005). Haunted harbor: Charleston's maritime ghosts and the unexplained. Charleston, SC, History Press.
Cohen, E. E. (2005). Ancient Athenian maritime courts. Clark, N.J., Law book Exchange.
Cruickshank, I. and S. Cork (2005). Construction health and safety in coastal and maritime engineering. London, Thomas Telford.
Edington, S. and National Maritime Museum (Great Britain) (2005). The captain's table. London, National Maritime Museum.
Egerton, H. E. and W. L. Grant (2005). Canadian constitutional development: shown by selected speeches and dispatches, with introductions and explanatory notes. Clark, N.J., Lawbook Exchange.
Fenby, J. (2005). The sinking of the Lancastria: Britain's greatest maritime disaster and Churchill's cover-up. London; New York, Simon & Schuster.
George, W. E. (2005). Stability and trim for the ship's officer. Centreville, Md., Cornell Maritime Press.
Harbach, J. A. (2005). Marine refrigeration and air-conditioning. Centreville, Md., Cornell Maritime Press.
Heath, B. (2005). Discovering the Great South Land. Kenthurst, NSW, Rosenberg Publishing.
Explains how the navigational problems of Australia's huge coastline were conquered by ships that were at the cutting edge of technology for their time. Covers the period of antiquity until the First Fleet arrival in 1788, and highlights of the rapid improvement of ship construction after the European Renaissance.
Ho, J. and C. Z. Raymond (2005). Trends in maritime security in the Asia-Pacific: the environment, challenges, and prospects for regional cooperation. Hackensack, NJ, World Scientific.
Holm, Y. (2005). Den store boken om Amerikabåtene: nasjonens maritime stolthet. Bergen, Edvard'en Forlag.
House, D. (2005). Cargo work for maritime operations. Boston, MA, Elsevier.
Huchet, J.-P. (2005). Les pendules à l'heure: une autre lecture de l'actualité maritime. Rennes, Marines.
Informa Law. and International Maritime Law Institute. (2005). International directory of marine law 2005: the ultimate guide to maritime lawyers around the world. London, Informa Law.
International Maritime Organization. (2005). IAMSAR manual: international aeronautical and maritime search and rescue manual. London
Montreal, Quebec, IMO;
International Civil Aviation Organization.
Jacobsen, F. J. and W. Frick (2005). Laws of the sea: with reference to maritime commerce during peace and war. Clark, N.J., Lawbook Exchange.
Keyuan, Z. (2005). Law of the sea in East Asia: issues and prospects. London; New York, RoutledgeCurzon.
Kimball, J. R. H. (2005). Disasters &c.: the maritime world of marblehead. Portsmouth, NH, Peter E. Randall Publisher.
Kirk, T. A. (2005). Genoa and the sea: policy and power in an early modern maritime republic, 1559-1684. Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University Press.
Kristiansen, S. (2005). Maritime transportation: safety management and risk analysis. Oxford, Elsevier Butterworth Heinemann.
Leifer, M., J. C. Y. Liow, et al. (2005). Order and security in Southeast Asia: essays in memory of Michael Leifer. New York, Routledge.
Leys, S. (2005). Wreck of the Batavia & Prosper. Melbourne, Vic, Black Inc.
In 1629, the ship Batavia, pride of the Dutch East India Company, was wrecked on the edge of a coral archipelago, some 50 miles from the westerm coast of the Australian continent. Leys tells of how the survivors became victims of a visionary psychopath, who organised a methodical massacre of this hapless community.
Maschner, H. D. G. and C. Chippindale (2005). Handbook of archaeological methods. Walnut Creek, CA, Altamira Press.
McDonald, G. (2005). Seeking the Sydney. Nedlands, WA, University of Western Australia Press.
The wartime loss of Australia's pride, HMAS Sydney, with all hands on board remains among the greatest riddles of modern maritime history for more than 60 years. This is a detailed account of McDonald's struggle to piece together a labrynth of facts, theories and false trails, making for compelling reading in this densely woven account.
McHugh, E. (2005). Shipwrecks: Australia's greatest maritime disasters. Camberwell, Vic., Penguin.
Murray, P., Port of Cork Company., et al. (2005). Maritime paintings of Cork and associated historical material, 1700-2000. Port of Cork, Crawford Municipal Art Gallery; Kinsale: Gandon Editions.
Nayyar, K. K. (2005). Maritime India. New Delhi, Rupa & Co. in association with National Maritime Foundation.
Nelson, H. N. and C. White (2005). Nelson, the new letters. Woodbridge, Suffolk; Rochester, NY, Boydell Press in association with the National Maritime Museum and the Royal Navy Museum.
"Presents around 500 of the most important letters uncovered during the course of the epic Nelson Letters project, a five-year search of archives round the world"--Provided by publisher.
Nielsen, D. (2005). Maritime security and met. Billerica, MA, WIT Press.
Novak, T. D. and P. J. Capelotti (2005). Life and death on the Greenland patrol, 1942. Gainesville, FL, University Press of Florida.
Padfield, P. (2005). Maritime power & the struggle for freedom: naval campaigns that shaped the modern world, 1788-1851 / Peter Padfield. Woodstock, Overlook Press.
Palley, R. and M. A. Palley (2005). Wooden ships and iron men: the maritime art of Thomas Hoyne. New York, Quantuck Lane Press.
Quinn, B. and B. Quinn (2005). The Atlantean Irish: Ireland's Oriental and maritime heritage. Dublin, Lilliput Press.
Rigby, N. and P. Van Der Merwe (2005). Pioneers of the Pacific: Voyages of exploration 1787-1810. Sydney, NSW, University of New South Wales Press.
Due to the dominance of Captain Cook's Pacific exploration, many voyages of science and exploration following him to the Pacific have not received the attention they deserved. This title aims to correct this imbalance through the voyages by William Bligh, Matthew Flinders, La Perouse, Arthur Phillip and George Vancouver.
Robinson, C. (2005). Collectanea maritima: being a collection of public instrutments, & c. & c. tending to illustrate the history and practice of prize law. Clark, N.J., Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.
Rose, F. D. (2005). General average: law and practice. London, LLP.
Schencking, J. C. (2005). Making waves: politics, propaganda, and the emergence of the Imperial Japanese Navy, 1868-1922. Stanford, Calif., Stanford University Press.
"This book explores the political emergence of the Imperial Japanese Navy between 1868 and 1922. It fundamentally challenges the popular notion that the navy was a 'silent,' apolitical service. Politics, particularly budgetary politics, became the primary domestic focus - if not the overriding preoccupation - of Japan's admirals in the prewar period. This study convincingly demonstrates that as the Japanese polity broadened after 1890, navy leaders expanded their political activities to secure appropriations commensurate with the creation of a world-class blue-water fleet."--BOOK JACKET.
Seckinelgin, H. (2005). The environment and international politics: international fisheries, Heidegger, and social method. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon; New York, Routledge.
Speller, I. (2005). The Royal Navy and maritime power in the twentieth century. London; New York, Frank Cass.
Spruyt, H. (2005). Ending empire: contested sovereignty and territorial partition. Ithaca, N.Y., Cornell University Press.
Tucker, R. W. (2005). The law of war and neutrality at sea. Clark, N.J., Lawbook Exchange.
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure. Subcommittee on Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation. (2005). Maritime domain awareness: hearing before the Subcommittee on Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation of the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure, House of Representatives, One Hundred Eighth Congress, second session, October 6, 2004. Washington, U.S. G.P.O.: For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.0.
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure. Subcommittee on Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation. and United States. Congress. House. Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure. Subcommittee on Water Resources and Environment. (2005). Ballast water management: new international standards and National Invasive Species Act reauthorization: joint hearing before the Subcommittees on Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation and Water Resources and Environment of the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure, House of Representatives, One Hundred Eighth Congress, second session, March 25, 2004. Washington, U.S. G.P.O.: For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O.
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Armed Services. (2005). Military implications of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea: hearing before the Committee on Armed Services, United States Senate, One Hundred Eighth Congress, second session, April 8, 2004. Washington, U.S. G.P.O.: For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O.
Vendé, B. (2005). Les polices dans les ports maritimes. Aix-en-Provence, Presses universitaires d'Aix-Marseille.
Waldron, J. K. (2005). Maritime security handbook: implementing the new U.S. initiatives and regulations. Lanham, MD, Government Institutes.
Zou, K. (2005). China's marine legal system and the law of the sea. Leiden
Biggleswade, Martinus Nijhoff;
Extenza Turpin [distributor].
Zou, K. (2005). Law of the sea in East Asia: issues and prospects. London; New York, Routledge.
Zou, K. and K. Zou (2005). East Asian law of the sea: issues and prospects. London; New York, RoutledgeCurzon.