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Chapter 2 : Understanding the Past to Shape a New National Ocean Policy

By National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

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Title: Chapter 2 : Understanding the Past to Shape a New National Ocean Policy  
Author: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
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Language: English
Subject: Science., Ecology & environment, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (U.S.)
Collections: National Oceanographic Data Center
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Excerpt: OCEAN POLICY FROM WORLD WAR II TO THE OCEANS ACT OF 2000. Volumes have been written about the intricacies of ocean policy and its development in the United States. The following sections offer a brief glimpse of this history, setting the stage for the work of the U.S. Commission on Ocean Policy, Formative Years. U.S. ocean policy developed slowly and fairly consistently from the founding of the United States until the immediate aftermath of World War II. Since then, it has zigged and zagged in response to shifting public attitudes based on major events related to national security, the environment, and political philosophy. American policy--or more accurately the amalgamation of many policies--has been shaped by the nation?s unique status as both the world?s leading maritime power and the possessor of a long and rich shoreline, giving us a stake both in protecting freedom of navigation and in expanding the resource jurisdiction of coastal countries. Over time, our management of ocean issues has been roiled by conflicting interests of the federal and state governments, torn by tensions between short- and long-term needs, blurred by ideological disagreements, and complicated by the wide variety of uses we make of our vast and versatile--but also vulnerable--seas.

 

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