Report of the Tenth Consultative Meeting: Washington, D.C., Sept. 17-Oct. 5, 1979

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Department of State, 1979 - 137 lappuses
 

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65. lappuse - Recognizing that it is in the interest of all mankind that Antarctica shall continue forever to be used exclusively for peaceful purposes and shall not become the scene or object of international discord...
24. lappuse - Government undertakes to exert appropriate efforts, consistent with the Charter of the United Nations, to the end that no one engages in any activity in the Treaty Area contrary to the principles or purposes of these Agreed Measures.
25. lappuse - Nothing in paragraphs 1 and 2 of this Article shall apply to the importation of food into the Treaty Area so long as animals and plants used for this purpose are kept under controlled conditions. 4. Each Participating Government undertakes to ensure that all reasonable precautions shall be taken to prevent the accidental introduction of parasites and diseases into the Treaty Area.
13. lappuse - ... the ecological, technological, political, legal and economic aspects of those activities in cases where they would be determined acceptable, including: -the establishment, as an important part of the regime, of rules relating to the protection of the Antarctic environment; and -the requirement that mineral resource activities undertaken pursuant to the regime be undertaken in compliance with such rules.
51. lappuse - Site boundary, when serving authorised activities, on courses at right angles to the boundary orientation. Pedestrian movement within the Site should be limited to the shortest routes consistent with the scientific activity. (vii) Other kinds of scientific investigations which would not cause harmful interference Biological...
25. lappuse - ... ecological systems which are not yet sufficiently understood; Recognizing the necessity to restrict the number of places where large numbers of tourists may land so that the ecological effects may be monitored; Recommend to their Governments that: 1. They use their best endeavours to ensure that all those who enter the Antarctic Treaty Area, both those sponsored by Governments and those not so sponsored, are aware of the Statement of Accepted Practices and the Relevant Provisions of the Antarctic...
51. lappuse - ... road, the helicopter landing place and refuge hut are indicated on the attached map. (ii) Reason for designation The penguin colonies are the subject of long-term studies of population dynamics and social behaviour, and are relatively accessible by air from McMurdo Station and Scott Base. Access to the Site should be restricted to scientists engaged in investigations within the Site. (iii) Outline of research Studies of the Emperor and Adelie Penguin populations and their ethology, life cycles,...
59. lappuse - ... of personnel (including any designated by other governments), who are or will be stationed at each of these bases and subsidiary stations and on board these ships and aircraft, including the number of personnel who are members of the military services together with the rank of any officers and the names and professional affiliation of personnel engaged in scientific activities...
13. lappuse - ... effective operation of the regime taking into account, inter alia, the relevant parts of the Report of Ecological, Technological and other Related Experts on Mineral Exploration and Exploitation in Antarctica (Washington, June 1979), attached as an annex to the Report of the Tenth Consultative Meeting. 9. With a view to improving predictions of the environmental impacts of activities, events and technologies associated with mineral resource exploration and exploitation should such occur, they...
59. lappuse - II-6 any extensions, reductions or other modifications of activities (in the categories marked below with an asterisk *) previously reported are to be furnished as soon as possible and in any case prior to 30 June following the season of activity. 3. If a category is not applicable to...

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