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Gaps in Baltic Sea Maritime Boundaries. / Franckx, Erik.

Regulatory Gaps in Baltic Sea Governance: Selected Issues. ed. / Henrik Ringbom. Cham : Springer, 2018. p. 7-20 (MARE Publication Series; Vol. 18).

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Franckx, E 2018, Gaps in Baltic Sea Maritime Boundaries. in H Ringbom (ed.), Regulatory Gaps in Baltic Sea Governance: Selected Issues. MARE Publication Series, vol. 18, Springer, Cham, pp. 7-20.

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Franckx, E. (2018). Gaps in Baltic Sea Maritime Boundaries. In H. Ringbom (Ed.), Regulatory Gaps in Baltic Sea Governance: Selected Issues (pp. 7-20). (MARE Publication Series; Vol. 18). Cham: Springer.

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Franckx E. Gaps in Baltic Sea Maritime Boundaries. In Ringbom H, editor, Regulatory Gaps in Baltic Sea Governance: Selected Issues. Cham: Springer. 2018. p. 7-20. (MARE Publication Series).

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Franckx, Erik. / Gaps in Baltic Sea Maritime Boundaries. Regulatory Gaps in Baltic Sea Governance: Selected Issues. editor / Henrik Ringbom. Cham : Springer, 2018. pp. 7-20 (MARE Publication Series).

BibTeX

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