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2595 Convention For The Protection Of Birds Useful To Agriculture Art.7.1x The respective authorities may grant exemptions from the enactments of this Convention for scientific purposes or to encourage the propagation of birds, in single instances and after taking all measures of precaution necessary to prevent any abuse of the same.
2598 Treaty Concerning The Archipelago Of Spitsbergen Art.2.2x Norway shall be free to maintain, take or decree suitable measures to ensure the preservation and, if necessary, the re-constitution of the fauna and flora of the said regions, and their territorial waters; it being clearly understood that these measures shall always be applicable equally to the nationals of all the High Contracting Parties without any exemption, privilege or favour whatsoever, direct or indirect to the advantage of any one of them.
2598 Treaty Concerning The Archipelago Of Spitsbergen Art.5.1x The High Contracting Parties recognise the utility of establishing an international meteorological station in the territories specified in Article 1, the organisation of which shall form the subject of a subsequent Convention.
2598 Treaty Concerning The Archipelago Of Spitsbergen Art.5.2x Conventions shall also be concluded laying down the conditions under which scientific investigations may be conducted in the said territories.
2599 Convention concerning the Organisation of Combat against Locusts Art.4.2x They undertake to supply the Institute, at least once a year and more often if circumstances so require, with all relative technical, scientific, legislative and administrative information collected by competent persons.
2609 Convention Relative To The Preservation Of Fauna And Flora In Their Natural State Art.7.1 1. Set aside in each of their territories suitable areas (to be known as reserves) within which the hunting, killing or capturing of any part of the natural fauna (exclusive of fish) shall be prohibited save (a) by the permission, given for scientific or administrative purposes in exceptional cases by the authorities of the territory or by the central authorities under whom the reserves are placed, or (b) for the protection of life and property. Licences granted under article 8, paragraphs 1 and 3, shall not extend to reserves.
2609 Convention Relative To The Preservation Of Fauna And Flora In Their Natural State Art.8.1 1. The protection of the species mentioned in the annex to the present Convention is declared to be of special urgency and importance. Animals belonging to the species mentioned in Class A shall, in each of the territories of the Contracting Governments, be protected as completely as possible, and the hunting, killing or capturing of them shall only take place by special permission of the highest authority in the territory, which shall be given only under special circumstances, solely in order to further important scientific purposes, or when essential for the administration of the territory. Animals belonging to the species mentioned in Class B, whilst not requiring such rigorous protection as those mentioned in Class A shall not be hunted, killed, or captured, even by natives, except under special licence granted by the competent authorities. For this purpose a special licence shall denote a licence other than an ordinary game license, granted at the discretion of the competent authority, and giving permision to hunt, kill, or capture one or more specimens of a specified animal or animals. Every such licence shall be limited as regards the period and the area within which hunting, killing or capturing may take place.
2609 Convention Relative To The Preservation Of Fauna And Flora In Their Natural State Art.8.4 4. The competent authorities shall also give consideration to the question of protecting species of animals or plants which by general admission are useful to man or of special scientific interest.
2610 International Convention For The Campaign Against Contagious Diseases Of Animals Art.2.2 2) Teaching and research institutions for the training of the personnel of veterinary health services; scientific laboratories necessary for the satisfactory working of these services.
2610 International Convention For The Campaign Against Contagious Diseases Of Animals Art.3.2.ax This veterinary health service should enable the State to determine the origin and, so far as scientific knowledge permits, the state of health of animals and the soundness of animal products intended for export. The personnel should be in proportion to the quantity of live-stock to be supervised.
2610 International Convention For The Campaign Against Contagious Diseases Of Animals Art.5.3 3) They should give all statistical information regarding the following diseases: cattle plague Pestis bovum), foot-and-mouth disease Aphtæ epizootiæ), contagious peri-pneumonia Pleuro-pneumonia bovum contagiosa), anthrax fever Anthrax), sheep-pox Variola ovium), rabies, glanders Malleus), dourine Exanthema coitale paralyticum), swine fever Pestis suum).
2610 International Convention For The Campaign Against Contagious Diseases Of Animals Art.5.4 4) Each country may also give statistical or other information regarding other diseases.
2610 International Convention For The Campaign Against Contagious Diseases Of Animals Art.7.1x.a a) The admission of students, professors, lecturers and assistants of the countries of the other High Contracting Parties to the institutions and laboratories of their countries;
2610 International Convention For The Campaign Against Contagious Diseases Of Animals Art.7.1x.b b) Temporary exchanges of veterinary officers between their various administrations;
2610 International Convention For The Campaign Against Contagious Diseases Of Animals Art.7.1x.d d) The organisation of missions for study composed of veterinary officers of one or more of the High Contracting Parties for the purpose of enquiring into the research work or methods pursued in one or other of the countries of the High Contracting Parties, and, on the request of one of the High Contracting Parties, to negotiate direct on such questions.
2612 International Agreement For The Regulation Of Whaling Art.10.1x Notwithstanding anything contained in this Agreement, any contracting Government may grant to any of its nationals a special permit authorizing that national to kill, take and treat whales for purposes of scientific research subject to such restrictions as to number and subject to such other conditions as the contracting Government thinks fit, and the killing, taking and treating of whales in accordance with the terms in force under this Article shall be exempt from the operation of this Agreement.
2612 International Agreement For The Regulation Of Whaling Art.17.1x The contracting Governments shall, with regard to all whaling operations under their jurisdiction, communicate to the International Bureau for Whaling Statistics at Sandefjord in Norway the statistical information specified in Article 16 of the present Agreement together with any information which may be collected or obtained by them in regard to the calving grounds and migration routes of whales.
2615 Convention On Nature Protection And Wildlife Preservation In The Western Hemisphere Pre.3 Wishing to protect and preserve scenery of extraordinary beauty, unusual and striking geologic formations, regions and natural objects of aesthetic, historic or scientific value, and areas characterized by primitive conditions in those cases covered by this Convention; and
2615 Convention On Nature Protection And Wildlife Preservation In The Western Hemisphere Art.3.2x The Contracting Governments agree to prohibit hunting, killing and capturing of members of the fauna and destruction or collection of representatives of the flora in national parks except by or under the direction or,control of the park authorities, or for duly authorized scientific investigations.
2615 Convention On Nature Protection And Wildlife Preservation In The Western Hemisphere Art.4.1x The Contracting Governments agree to maintain the strict wilderness reserves inviolate, as far as practicable, except for duly authorized scientific investigations or government inspection, or such uses as are consistent with the purposes for which the area was established.
2615 Convention On Nature Protection And Wildlife Preservation In The Western Hemisphere Art.5.1 1. The Contracting Governments agree to adopt, or to propose such adoption to their respective appropriate law-making bodies, suitable laws and regulations for the protection and preservation of flora and fauna within their national boundaries but not included in the national parks, national reserves, nature monuments, or strict wilderness reserves referred to in Article II hereof. Such regulations shall contain proper provisions for the taking of the specimens of flora and fauna for scientific study and investigation by properly accredited individuals and agencies.
2615 Convention On Nature Protection And Wildlife Preservation In The Western Hemisphere Art.5.2 2. The Contracting Governments agree to adopt or to recommend that their respective legislatures adopt, laws which will assure the protection and preservation of the natural scenery, striking geological formations, and regions and natural objects of aesthetic interest or historic or scientific value.
2615 Convention On Nature Protection And Wildlife Preservation In The Western Hemisphere Art.6.1x The Contracting Governments agree to cooperate among themselves in promoting the objectives of the present Convention. To this end they will lend proper assistance, consistent with national laws, to scientists of the American Republics engaged in research and field study; they may, when circumstances warrant, enter into agreements with one another or with scientific institutions of the Americas in order to increase the effectiveness of this collaboration; and they shall make available to all the American Republics equally through publication or otherwise the scientific knowledge resulting from such cooperative effort.
2615 Convention On Nature Protection And Wildlife Preservation In The Western Hemisphere Art.7.1x The Contracting Governments shall adopt appropriate measures for the protection of migratory birds of economic or aesthetic value or to prevent the threatened extinction of any given species. Adequate measures shall be adopted which will permit, in so far as the respective governments may see fit, a rational utilization of migratory birds for the purpose of sports as well as for food, commerce, and industry, and for scientific study and investigation.
2615 Convention On Nature Protection And Wildlife Preservation In The Western Hemisphere Art.8.1x The protection of the species mentioned in the Annex to the present Convention is declared to be of special urgency and importance. Species included therein shall be protected as completely as possible, and their hunting, killing, capturing, or taking, shall be allowed only with the permission of the appropriate government authorities in the country. Such permission shall be granted only under special circumstances, in order to further scientific purposes, or when essential for the administration of the area in which the animal or plant is found.
2615 Convention On Nature Protection And Wildlife Preservation In The Western Hemisphere Art.10.1 1. The terms of this convention shall in no way be interpreted as replacing international agreements previously entered into by one or more of the High Contracting Powers.
2617 Constitution Of The Food And Agriculture Organization Of The United Nations Art.1.1 1. The Organization shall collect, analyze, interpret and disseminate information relating to nutrition, food and agriculture. In this Constitution, the term "agriculture" and its derivatives include fisheries, marine products, forestry and primary forestry products.
2617 Constitution Of The Food And Agriculture Organization Of The United Nations Art.1.2 2. The Organization shall promote and, where appropriate, shall recommend national and international action with respect to: scientific, technological, social and economic research relating to nutrition, food and agriculture; the improvement of education and administration relating to nutrition, food and agriculture, and the spread of public knowledge of nutritional and agricultural science and practice; the conservation of natural resources and the adoption of improved methods of agricultural production; the improvement of the processing, marketing and distribution of food and agricultural products; the adoption of policies for the provision of adequate agricultural credit, national and international; the adoption of international policies with respect to agricultural commodity arrangements.
2617 Constitution Of The Food And Agriculture Organization Of The United Nations Art.1.3 3. It shall also be the function of the Organization: to furnish such technical assistance as governments may request; to organize, in cooperation with the governments concerned, such missions as may be needed to assist them to fulfill the obligation arising from their acceptance of the recommendations of the United Nations Conference on Food and Agriculture and of this Constitution; and generally to take all necessary and appropriate action to implement the purposes of the Organization as set forth in the Preamble.
2617 Constitution Of The Food And Agriculture Organization Of The United Nations Art.6.2 2. The Conference, the Council, or the Director-General on the authority of the Conference or Council may establish committees and working parties to study and report on matters pertaining to the purpose of the Organization and consisting either of selected Member Nations and Associate Members, or of individuals appointed in their personal capacity because of their special competence in technical matters. The Conference, the Council, or the Director-General on the authority of the Conference or Council may, in conjunction with other intergovernmental organizations, also establish joint committees and working parties, consisting either of selected Member Nations and Associate Members of the Organization and of the other organizations concerned, or of individuals appointed in their personal capacity. The selected Member Nations and Associate Members shall, as regards the Organization, be designated either by the Conference or the Council, or by the Director-General if so decided by the Conference or Council. The individuals appointed in their personal capacity shall, as regards the Organization, be designated either by the Conference, the Council, selected Member Nations or Associate Members, or by the Director-General, as decided by the Conference or Council.
2617 Constitution Of The Food And Agriculture Organization Of The United Nations Art.11.2 2. With respect to the same matters, all Member Nations and Associate Members shall also communicate regularly to the Director-General statistical, technical and other information published or otherwise issued by, or readily available to, the government. The Director-General shall indicate from time to time the nature of the information which would be most useful to the Organization and the form in which this information might be supplied.
2617 Constitution Of The Food And Agriculture Organization Of The United Nations Art.11.3 3. Member Nations and Associate Members may be requested to furnish, at such times and in such form as the Conference, the Council or the Director-General may indicate, other information, reports or documentation pertaining to matters within the competence of the Organization, including reports on the action taken on the basis of resolutions or recommendations of the Conference.
2619 Convention For The Regulation Of The Meshes Of Fishing Nets And The Size Limits Of Fish Art.10.1x The provisions of this Convention shall not apply to fishing operations conducted for the purposes of scientific investigation, or to fish taken in the course of such operations, but fish so taken shall not be sold, or exposed or offered for sale in contravention of the provisions of Article 9.
2621 International Convention For The Regulation Of Whaling Art.4.1.a (a) encourage, recommend, or if necessary, organize studies and investigations relating to whales and whaling;
2621 International Convention For The Regulation Of Whaling Art.4.1.b (b)collect and analyze statistical information concerning the current condition and trend of the whale stocks and the effects of whaling activities thereon;
2621 International Convention For The Regulation Of Whaling Art.4.1.c (c)study, appraise, and disseminate information concerning methods of maintaining and increasing the populations of whale stocks.
2621 International Convention For The Regulation Of Whaling Art.4.2 2. The Commission shall arrange for the publication of reports of its activities, and it may publish independently or in collaboration with the International Bureau for Whaling Statistics at Sandefjord in Norway and other organizations and agencies such reports as it deems appropriate, as well as statistical, scientific, and other pertinent information relating to whales and whaling.
2621 International Convention For The Regulation Of Whaling Art.5.2.a (a) shall be such as are necessary to carry out the objectives and purposes of this Convention and to provide for the conservation, development, and optimum utilization of the whale resources;
2621 International Convention For The Regulation Of Whaling Art.5.2.b (b) shall be based on scientific findings;
2621 International Convention For The Regulation Of Whaling Art.8.1 1. Notwithstanding anything contained in this Convention any Contracting Government may grant to any of its nationals a special permit authorizing that national to kill, take and treat whales for purposes of scientific research subject to such restrictions as to number and subject to such other conditions as the Contracting Government thinks fit, and the killing, taking, and treating of whales in accordance with the provisions of this Article shall be exempt from the operation of this Convention. Each Contracting Government shall report at once to the Commission all such authorizations which it has granted. Each Contracting Government may at any time revoke any such special permit which it has granted.
2621 International Convention For The Regulation Of Whaling Art.8.3 3. Each Contracting Government shall transmit to such body as may be designated by the Commission, in so far as practicable, and at intervals of not more than one year, scientific information available to that Government with respect to whales and whaling, including the results of research conducted pursuant to paragraph 1 of this Article and to Article IV.
2621 International Convention For The Regulation Of Whaling Art.8.4 4. Recognizing that continuous collection and analysis of biological data in connection with the operations of factory ships and land stations are indispensable to sound and constructive management of the whale fisheries, the Contracting Governments will take all practicable measures to obtain such data.
2624 Agreement For The Establishment Of The Indo-Pacific Fisheries Commission Art.3.1x.a (a) To formulate the oceanographical, biological and other technical aspects of the problems of development and proper utilization of living aquatic resources;
2624 Agreement For The Establishment Of The Indo-Pacific Fisheries Commission Art.3.1x.b (b) To encourage and coordinate research and the application of improved methods in every day practices;
2624 Agreement For The Establishment Of The Indo-Pacific Fisheries Commission Art.3.1x.c (c) To assemble, publish or otherwise disseminate oceanographical, biological and other technical information relating to living aquatic resources;
2624 Agreement For The Establishment Of The Indo-Pacific Fisheries Commission Art.3.1x.d (d) To recommend to member Governments such national or cooperative research and development projects as may appear necessary or desirable to fill gaps in such knowledge;
2624 Agreement For The Establishment Of The Indo-Pacific Fisheries Commission Art.3.1x.e (e) To undertake, where appropriate, cooperative research and development projects directed to this end;
2624 Agreement For The Establishment Of The Indo-Pacific Fisheries Commission Art.3.1x.f (f) To propose, and where necessary to adopt, measures to bring about the standardization of scientific equipment, techniques and nomenclature;
2624 Agreement For The Establishment Of The Indo-Pacific Fisheries Commission Art.3.1x.h (h) To report upon such questions relating to oceanographical, biological and other technical problems as may be recommended to it by member Governments or by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations and other international, national or private organizations, with related interests;
2624 Agreement For The Establishment Of The Indo-Pacific Fisheries Commission Art.6.3 3. The expenses of research or development projects undertaken by individual members of the Council, whether independently or upon the recommendation of the Council, shall be determined and paid by their respective Governments.
2624 Agreement For The Establishment Of The Indo-Pacific Fisheries Commission Art.6.4 4. The expenses incurred in connection with cooperative research or development projects undertaken in accordance with the provisions of Article III, paragraphs (d) and (e) unless otherwise available shall be determined and paid by the member Governments in the form and proportion to which they shall mutually agree.
2625 International Convention For The Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Art.6.1 1. The Commission shall be responsible in the field of scientific investigation for obtaining and collating the information necessary for maintaining those stocks of fish which support international fisheries in the Convention area and the Commission may, through or in collaboration with agencies of the Contracting Governments or other public or private agencies and organizations or, when necessary, independently :
2625 International Convention For The Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Art.6.1.a (a) make such investigations as it finds necessary into the abundance, life history and ecology of any species of aquatic life in any part of the Northwest Atlantic Ocean;
2625 International Convention For The Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Art.6.1.b (b) collect and analyze statistical information relating to the current conditions and trends of the fishery resources of the Northwest Atlantic Ocean;
2625 International Convention For The Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Art.6.1.c (c) study and appraise information concerning the methods for maintaining and increasing stocks of fish in the Northwest Atlantic Ocean;
2625 International Convention For The Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Art.6.1.d (d) hold or arrange such hearings as may be useful or essential in connection with the development of complete factual information necessary to carry out the provisions of this Convention;
2625 International Convention For The Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Art.6.1.e (e) conduct fishing operations in the Convention area at any time for purposes of scientific investigation;
2625 International Convention For The Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Art.6.1.f (f) publish and otherwise disseminate reports of its findings and statistical, scientific and other information relating to the fisheries of the Northwest Atlantic Ocean as well as such other reports as fall within the scope of this Convention.
2625 International Convention For The Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Art.7.1 1. Each Panel established under Article IV shall be responsible for keeping under review the fisheries of its sub-area and the scientific and other information relating thereto.
2625 International Convention For The Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Art.7.2 2. Each Panel, upon the basis of scientific investigations, may make recommendations to the Commission for joint action by the Contracting Governments on the matters specified in paragraph I of Article VIII.
2625 International Convention For The Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Art.8.1 1. The Commission may, on the recommendations of one or more Panels, and on the basis of scientific investigations, transmit to the Depositary Government proposals, for joint action by the Contracting Governments, designed to keep the stocks of those species of fish which support international fisheries in the Convention area at a level permitting the maximum sustained catch by the application, with respect to such species of fish, of one or more of the following measures:
2625 International Convention For The Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Art.8.1.a (a) establishing open and closed seasons;
2625 International Convention For The Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Art.8.1.b (b) closing to fishing such portions of a sub-area as the Panel concerned finds to be a spawning area or to be populated by small or immature fish;
2625 International Convention For The Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Art.8.1.c (c) establishing size limits for any species;
2625 International Convention For The Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Art.8.1.d (d) prescribing the fishing gear and appliances the use of which is prohibited;
2625 International Convention For The Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Art.8.1.e (e) prescribing an over-all catch limit for any species of fish.
2626 International Convention For The Permanent Control Of Outbreak Areas Of The Red Locust Art.2.ax In order to carry out research on the Red Locust and to decide on and carry out adequate methods of combat, an International Service for the Control of the Red Locust (hereinafter referred to as the Control Service) shall be established by the Council.
2626 International Convention For The Permanent Control Of Outbreak Areas Of The Red Locust Art.4.a (a) The Council shall elect from among its members a President to hold office for one year. It shall have authority to appoint or dismiss the Secretary of the Council, the Director, the Secretary-Accountant and the scientific and technical personnel of the Control Service, and to determine their conditions of service.
2626 International Convention For The Permanent Control Of Outbreak Areas Of The Red Locust Art.5.a.1 (1) To organise the permanent control of known outbreak areas of the Red Locust and the investigation of regions suspected of being sources of origin of the Red Locust.
2626 International Convention For The Permanent Control Of Outbreak Areas Of The Red Locust Art.5.a.5 (5) To study the habits and the ecology of the Red Locust and the methods for its control.
2627 Convention For The Establishment Of An Inter-American Tropical Tuna Commission Pre.1 The United States of America and the Republic of Costa Rica considering their mutual interest in maintaining the populations of yellowfin and skipjack tuna and of other kinds of fish taken by tuna fishing vessels in the eastern Pacific Ocean which by reason of continued use have come to be of common concern and desiring to co-operate in the gathering and interpretation of factual information to facilitate maintaining the populations of these fishes at a level which will permit maximum sustained catches year after year, have agreed to conclude a Convention for these purposes and to that end have named as their Plenipotentiaries: who, having communicated to each other their full powers, found to be in good and due form, have agreed as follows:
2627 Convention For The Establishment Of An Inter-American Tropical Tuna Commission Art.1.2 2. The Commission shall submit annually to the Government of each High Contracting Party a report on its investigations and findings, with appropriate recommendations, and shall also inform such Governments, whenever it is deemed advisable, on any matter relating to the objectives of this Convention.
2627 Convention For The Establishment Of An Inter-American Tropical Tuna Commission Art.1.13.g g) the drafting of administrative, scientific and other reports for the Commission;
2627 Convention For The Establishment Of An Inter-American Tropical Tuna Commission Art.1.16 16. In the performance of its duties and functions the Commission may request the technical and scientific services of, and information from, official agencies of the High Contracting Parties, and any international, public, or private institution or organization, or any private individual.
2627 Convention For The Establishment Of An Inter-American Tropical Tuna Commission Art.2.1x.1 1. Make investigations concerning the abundance, biology, biometry, and ecology of yellowfin (Neothunnus) and skipjack (Kaisuwonus) tuna in the waters of the eastern Pacific Ocean fished by the nationals of the High Contracting Parties, and the kinds of fishes commonly used as bait in the tuna fisheries, especially the anchovetta, and of other kinds of fish taken by tuna fishing vessels; and the effects of natural factors and human activities on the abundance of the populations of fishes supporting all these fisheries.
2627 Convention For The Establishment Of An Inter-American Tropical Tuna Commission Art.2.1x.2 2. Collect and analyze information re lating to current and past conditions and trends of the populations of fishes covered by this Convention.
2627 Convention For The Establishment Of An Inter-American Tropical Tuna Commission Art.2.1x.3 3. Study and appraise information concerning methods and procedures for maintaining and increasing the populations of fishes covered by this Convention.
2627 Convention For The Establishment Of An Inter-American Tropical Tuna Commission Art.2.1x.4 4. Conduct such fishing and other activities, on the high seas and in waters which are under the jurisdiction of the High Contracting Parties, as may be necessary to attain the end referred to in sub-paragraphs 1, 2, and 3 of this Article.
2627 Convention For The Establishment Of An Inter-American Tropical Tuna Commission Art.2.1x.5 5. Recommend from time to time, on the basis of scientific investigations, proposals for joint action by the High Contracting Parties designed to keep the populations of fishes covered by this Convention at those levels of abundance which will permit the ma ximum sustained catch.
2627 Convention For The Establishment Of An Inter-American Tropical Tuna Commission Art.2.1x.6 6. Collect statistics and all kinds of reports concerning catches and the operations of fishing boats, and other information concerning the fishing for fishes covered by this Convention, from vessels or persons engaged in these fisheries.
2627 Convention For The Establishment Of An Inter-American Tropical Tuna Commission Art.2.1x.7 7. Publish or otherwise disseminate reports relative to the results of its findings and such other reports as fall within the scope of this Convention, as well as scientific, statistical, and other data relating to the fisheries maintained by the nationals of the High Contracting Parties for the fishes covered by this Convention.
2633 International Convention For The Protection Of Birds Pre.3 Considering that, in the interests of science, the protection of nature and the economy of each nation, all birds should as a matter of principle be protected;
2633 International Convention For The Protection Of Birds Art.2.1x.b b) to species which are in danger of extinction or are of scientific interest throughout the year.
2633 International Convention For The Protection Of Birds Art.4.2x Nevertheless, these prohibitions shall not apply, on the one hand, to eggs lawfully collected and accompanied by a certificate establishing either that they are to be used for propagating or scientific purposes or that they come from captive birds and, on the other hand, to lapwing eggs, solely in the case of the Netherlands, where exceptional local conditions have already been recognized.
2633 International Convention For The Protection Of Birds Art.7.1x Exceptions to the provisions of this Convention may be permitted by the appropriate authorities in the interests of science and education, the propagation and breeding of game birds and falconry, depending on the circumstances and provided that all necessary precautions are taken to prevent abuses. The provisions concerning transport contained in articles 3 and 4 shall not apply to the United Kingdom.
2638 Agreement Concerning Measures For The Protection Of The Stocks Of Deep Sea Prawns (Pandalus Borealis), European Lobsters (Homarus Vulgaris), Norway Lobsters (Nephrops Norvegicus) And Crabs (Cancer Pagurus) Art.5.1x The provisions of this Agreement shall not apply to fishery research conducted by, or with the consent of, the public authorities.
2638 Agreement Concerning Measures For The Protection Of The Stocks Of Deep Sea Prawns (Pandalus Borealis), European Lobsters (Homarus Vulgaris), Norway Lobsters (Nephrops Norvegicus) And Crabs (Cancer Pagurus) Art.7.1x A commission shall be set up consisting of two representatives (one representative for scientific research in fishing and one for the fishing industry) from each of the Contracting Parties. The purpose of the commission shall be to attempt to coordinate the scientific and practical research conducted by the various countries with regard to stocks of prawns, European lobsters, Norway lobsters and crabs in the area to which the Agreement applies. The commission shall also, on the basis of available information, consider whether there are grounds for modifying existing measures for the protection of stocks of the aforementioned shell-fish or for introducing other measures, and, as the circumstances require, shall make appropriate recommendations to the Contracting Governments. The commission shall itself determine its procedure and when it shall meet. The first meeting of the commission shall be called by the Norwegian Government.
2639 International Convention For The High Seas Fisheries Of The North Pacific Ocean Pre.4 Recognizing that in view of these considerations it is highly desirable (1) to establish an International Commission, representing the three Parties hereto, to promote and co-ordinate the scientific studies necessary to ascertain the conservation measures required to secure the maximum sustained productivity of the fisheries of joint interest to the Contracting Parties and to recommend such measures to such Parties and (2) that each Party carry such conservation recommendations, and provide for necessary restraints on its own nationals and fishing vessels.
2639 International Convention For The High Seas Fisheries Of The North Pacific Ocean Art.3.1.c.i (i) Study, on request of any Contracting Party concerned, any stock of fish which is under substantial exploitation by two or more of the Contracting Parties, and which is not covered by a conservation agreement between such Parties existing at the time of the conclusion of this Convention, for the purpose of determining need for joint conservation measures;
2639 International Convention For The High Seas Fisheries Of The North Pacific Ocean Art.3.1.c.ii (ii) Decide and recommend necessary joint conservation measures including any relaxation thereof to be taken as a result of such study. Provided, however that only the national sections of the Contracting Parties engaged in substantial exploitation of such stock of fish may participate in such decision and recommendation. The decisions and recommendations shall be reported regularly to all the Contracting Parties, but shall apply only to the Contracting Parties the national sections of which participated in the decisions and recommendations.
2639 International Convention For The High Seas Fisheries Of The North Pacific Ocean Art.3.1.e e) Compile and study the records provided by the Contracting Parties pursuant to article VIII.
2639 International Convention For The High Seas Fisheries Of The North Pacific Ocean Art.3.1.f f) Submit annually to each Contracting Party a report on the Commission's operations, investigations and findings, with appropriate recommendations, and inform each Contracting Party, whenever it is deemed advisable, on any matter relating to the objectives of this Convention.
2639 International Convention For The High Seas Fisheries Of The North Pacific Ocean Art.3.3 3. In the performance of its functions, the Commission shall, insofar as feasible, utilize the technical and scientific services of, and information from, official agencies of the Contracting Parties and their political subdivisions and may, when desirable and if available utilize the services of, and information from, any public or private institution or organization or any private individual.
2639 International Convention For The High Seas Fisheries Of The North Pacific Ocean Art.4.1.b.i (i) Evidence based upon scientific research indicates that more intensive exploitation of the stock will not provide a substantial increase in yield which can be sustained year after year.
2639 International Convention For The High Seas Fisheries Of The North Pacific Ocean Art.4.1.b.ii (ii) The exploitation of the stock is limited or otherwise regulated through legal measures by each Party which is substantially engaged in its exploitation, for the purpose of maintaining or increasing its maximum sustained productivity; such limitations and regulations being in accordance with conservation programs based on scientific research, and
2639 International Convention For The High Seas Fisheries Of The North Pacific Ocean Art.4.1.b.iii (iii) The stock is the subject of extensive scientific study designed to discover whether the stock is being fully utilized and the conditions necessary for maintaining its maximum sustained productivity.
2652 Phytosanitary Convention For Africa South Of The Sahara Art.3.1x.b (b) To prepare an annual report on the work of the Commission, and on his scientific, administrative and financial activities; to submit this report to the Commission for its approval; and to send copies of the approved report to Participating Governments, and the Secretariat of the Commission for Technical Co-operation in Africa South of the Sahara;
2652 Phytosanitary Convention For Africa South Of The Sahara Art.8.1x Nothing in the foregoing Articles of the present Convention shall prevent any Participating Governments from importing into the area defined in Article 1 of the present Convention, under adequate safeguards and for scientific purposes, small quantities of plants, plant material or seeds without prior reference to the other Participating Governments. Participating Governments shall however inform the Commission of each importation of otherwise prohibited plants, plant material or seeds which is made, and the Commission shall so inform all other Participating Governments.
2652 Phytosanitary Convention For Africa South Of The Sahara Art.9.c (c) Members of the Permanent Committee of Information, may, in that capacity and for the ends of the present Convention, correspond directly on scientific subjects with the specialists of the territories defined in Article 1 of the present Convention.
2668 Interim Convention On Conservation Of North Pacific Fur Seals Pre.3 RECOGNIZING that in order to determine such measures it is necessary to conduct adequate scientific research on the said resources, and
2668 Interim Convention On Conservation Of North Pacific Fur Seals Art.2.1 1. In order to realize the objectives of this Convention, the Parties agree to co-ordinate necessary scientific research programs and to cooperate in investigating the fur seal resources of the North Pacific Ocean to determine:
2668 Interim Convention On Conservation Of North Pacific Fur Seals Art.2.1.a a) what measures may be necessary to make possible the maximum sustainable productivity of the fur seal resources so that the fur seal populations can be brought to and maintained at the levels which will provide the greatest harvest year after year; and
2668 Interim Convention On Conservation Of North Pacific Fur Seals Art.2.1.b b) what the relationship is between fur seals and other living marine resources and whether fur seals have detrimental effects on other living marine resources substantially exploited by any of the Parties and, if so, to what extent.
2668 Interim Convention On Conservation Of North Pacific Fur Seals Art.2.2 2. The research referred to in the preceding paragraph shall include studies of the following subjects:
2668 Interim Convention On Conservation Of North Pacific Fur Seals Art.2.2.a a) size of each fur seal herd and its age and sex composition;
2668 Interim Convention On Conservation Of North Pacific Fur Seals Art.2.2.b b) natural mortality of the different age groups and recruitment of young to each age or size class at present and subsequent population levels;
2668 Interim Convention On Conservation Of North Pacific Fur Seals Art.2.2.c c) with regard to each of the herds, the effect upon the magnitude of recruitment of variations in the size and the age and sex composition of the annual kill;
2668 Interim Convention On Conservation Of North Pacific Fur Seals Art.2.2.d d) migration routes of fur seals and their wintering areas;
2668 Interim Convention On Conservation Of North Pacific Fur Seals Art.2.2.e e) numbers of seals from each herd found on the migration routes and in wintering areas and their ages and sexes;
2668 Interim Convention On Conservation Of North Pacific Fur Seals Art.2.2.f f) relationship between fur seals and other living marine resources, including the extent to which fur seals affect commercial fish catches, the damage fur seals inflict on fishing gear, and the effect of commercial fisheries on the fur seals;
2668 Interim Convention On Conservation Of North Pacific Fur Seals Art.2.2.g g) effectiveness of each method of sealing from the viewpoint of management and rational utilization of fur seal resources for conservation purposes;
2668 Interim Convention On Conservation Of North Pacific Fur Seals Art.2.2.h h) quality of sealskins by sex, age, and time and method of sealing;
2668 Interim Convention On Conservation Of North Pacific Fur Seals Art.2.2.i i) effect of man-caused environmental changes on the fur seal populations; and
2668 Interim Convention On Conservation Of North Pacific Fur Seals Art.2.2.j j) other subjects involved in achieving the objectives of the Convention, as determined by the Commission established under Article V, paragraph 1.
2668 Interim Convention On Conservation Of North Pacific Fur Seals Art.2.3 3. In furtherance of the research referred to in this Article, the Parties agree:
2668 Interim Convention On Conservation Of North Pacific Fur Seals Art.2.3.a a) to continue to mark adequate numbers of pups;
2668 Interim Convention On Conservation Of North Pacific Fur Seals Art.2.3.b b) to devote to pelagic research an effort which, to the greatest extent possible, should be similar in extent to that expended in recent years, provided that this shall not involve the annual taking by all the Parties combined of more than 2,500 seals in the Eastern and more than 2,200 seals in the Western Pacific Oceans, unless the Commission, pursuant to Article V, paragraph 3, shall decide otherwise, and
2668 Interim Convention On Conservation Of North Pacific Fur Seals Art.2.3.c c) to carry out the determinations made by the Commission pursuant to Article V, paragraph 3.
2668 Interim Convention On Conservation Of North Pacific Fur Seals Art.2.4.dx And, so far as is practicable, other information pertinent to scientific research which the Commission may request.
2668 Interim Convention On Conservation Of North Pacific Fur Seals Art.2.5 5. The Parties further agree to provide for the exchange of scientific personnel; each such exchange shall be subject to mutual consent of the Parties directly concerned.
2668 Interim Convention On Conservation Of North Pacific Fur Seals Art.2.6 6. The Parties agree to use for the scientific pelagic research provided for in this Article only government-owned or government-chartered vessels operating under strict control of their respective authorities. Each Party shall communicate to the other Parties the names and descriptions of vessels which are to be used for pelagic research.
2668 Interim Convention On Conservation Of North Pacific Fur Seals Art.3.1x In order to realize the purposes of the Convention, including the carrying out of the co-ordinated and co-operative research, each Party agrees to prohibit pelagic sealing, except as provided in Article II, paragraph 3 in the Pacific Ocean north of the 30th parallel of north latitude including the seas of Bering, Okhotsk, and Japan by any person or vessel subject to its jurisdiction.
2668 Interim Convention On Conservation Of North Pacific Fur Seals Art.4.1x Each Party shall bear the expense of its own research. Title to seal-skins taken during the research shall vest in the Party conducting such research.
2668 Interim Convention On Conservation Of North Pacific Fur Seals Art.5.2.a a) formulate and co-ordinate research programs designed to achieve the objectives set forth in Article II, paragraph 1;
2668 Interim Convention On Conservation Of North Pacific Fur Seals Art.5.2.b b) recommend these co-ordinated research programs to the respective Parties for implementation;
2668 Interim Convention On Conservation Of North Pacific Fur Seals Art.5.2.c c) study the data obtained from the implementation of such co-ordinated research programs;
2668 Interim Convention On Conservation Of North Pacific Fur Seals Art.5.2.d d) recommend appropriate measures to the Parties on the basis of the findings obtained from the implementation of such coordinated research programmes, including measures regarding the size and the sex and age composition of the seasonal commercial kill from a herd and regarding a reduction or suspension of the harvest of seals on any island or group of islands in case the total number of seals on that island or group of islands falls below the level of maximum sustainable productivity; provided, however, that due consideration be given to the subsistence needs of Indians, Ainos, Aleuts, or Eskimos who live on the islands where fur seals breed, when it is not possible to provide sufficient seal meat for such persons from the seasonal commercial harvest or research activities; and
2668 Interim Convention On Conservation Of North Pacific Fur Seals Art.5.3 3. In addition to the duties specified in paragraph 2 of this Article, the Commission shall, subject to Article II, paragraph 3, determine from time to time the number of seals to be marked on the rookery islands, and the total number of seals which shall be taken at sea for research purposes, the times at which such seals shall be taken and the areas in which they shall be taken, as well as the number to be taken by each Party, taking into account any recommendations made pursuant to Article V, paragraph 2(d).
2668 Interim Convention On Conservation Of North Pacific Fur Seals Art.8.2 2. Each Party also agrees to prohibit the importation and delivery into and the traffic within its territories of skins of fur seals taken in the area of the North Pacific Ocean mentioned in Article III, except only those taken by the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics or the United States of America on rookeries, those taken at sea for research purposes in accordance with Article II, paragraph 3, those taken under the provisions of Article VII, those confiscated under the provisions of Article VI, paragraphs 5, and those inadvertently captured which are taken possession of by a Party; provided however, that all such excepted skins shall be officially marked and duly certified by the authorities of the Party concerned.
2671 Convention Concerning Fishing In The Waters Of The Danube Pre.3 Recognizing the need for co-operation in working out a scientific basis for intensive augmentation of the stock of fish and the regulation of fishing,
2671 Convention Concerning Fishing In The Waters Of The Danube Art.5.1x The Contracting Parties agree to carry out in the river Danube and in the waters referred to in article 3 improvement works and piscicultural operations to ameliorate the natural conditions for the breeding, growth and normal increase in stocks of fish of economic importance.
2671 Convention Concerning Fishing In The Waters Of The Danube Art.5.2x In the event of the erection on the Danube of waterengineering works, in particular dams, which may change the hydro- biological regime of the river, those Contracting Parties which construct and use the said works shall prepare in advance and apply jointly a plan of action to safeguard the normal migratory movements of the fish.
2671 Convention Concerning Fishing In The Waters Of The Danube Art.5.3x The Contracting Parties shall at the same time carry out such piscicultural operations as will safeguard the normal breeding and development of economically valuable species of fish, in the sections of the river situated above and below the said works, under the new environmental conditions created by the erection of those works.
2671 Convention Concerning Fishing In The Waters Of The Danube Art.5.4x The question of payment of the costs of construction and use of piscicultural and water improvement works on the Danube shall be resolved in each individual case by agreement between the States concerned.
2671 Convention Concerning Fishing In The Waters Of The Danube Art.8.1x In the interests of rational fishing and in order to ensure the normal breeding and conservation of economically valuable species of fish, the Contracting Parties shall communicate to one another, in good time, information on the catches and migratory movementsof fish in all waters to which this Convention applies.
2671 Convention Concerning Fishing In The Waters Of The Danube Art.9.1x In order to strengthen scientific and technical collaboration in matters of fishery economy, fish breeding and hydro-biology in the Danube basin, the Contracting Parties shall co-operate with one another under the appropriate scientific and technical agreements.
2671 Convention Concerning Fishing In The Waters Of The Danube Art.10.1x For the purposes of scientific research the Contracting Parties may conduct joint experimental fishing operations in the Danube waters of any of the States Parties to this Convention, on the basis of recommendations by the Mixed Commission and by agreement between the countries concerned in each particular case.
2671 Convention Concerning Fishing In The Waters Of The Danube Art.12.1x.4 4. To co-ordinate the planning of scientific research projects on the study of fishing in the Danube to be conducted jointly or severally by the competent agencies of the Contracting Parties;
2671 Convention Concerning Fishing In The Waters Of The Danube Art.12.1x.5 5. To determine the nature and scope of the statistical and other data which each Contracting Party shall furnish to the Mixed Commission for the purpose of implementing this Convention;
2672 Convention On The Continental Shelf Art.5.1 1. The exploration of the continental shelf and the exploitation of its natural resources must not result in any unjustifiable interference with navigation, fishing or the conservation of the living resources of the sea, nor result in any interference with fundamental oceanographic or other scientific research carried out with the intention of open publication.
2672 Convention On The Continental Shelf Art.5.8 8. The consent of the coastal State shall be obtained in respect of any research concerning the continental shelf and undertaken there. Nevertheless, the coastal State shall not normally withhold its consent if the request is submitted by a qualified institution with a view to purely scientific research into the physical or biological characteristics of the continental shelf, subject to the proviso that the coastal State shall have the right, if it so desires, to participate or to be represented in the research, and that in any event the results shall be published.
2675 Convention On Fishing And Conservation Of The Living Resources Of The High Seas Art.6.2 2. A coastal State is entitled to take part on an equal footing in any system of research and regulation for purposes of conservation of the living resources of the high seas in that area, even though its nationals do not carry on fishing there.
2675 Convention On Fishing And Conservation Of The Living Resources Of The High Seas Art.7.2.b (b) That the measures adopted are based on appropriate scientific findings;
2675 Convention On Fishing And Conservation Of The Living Resources Of The High Seas Art.8.1 1. Any State which, even if its nationals are not engaged in fishing in an area of the high seas not adjacent to its coast, has a special interest in the conservation of the living resources of the high seas in that area, may request the State or States whose nationals are engaged in fishing there to take the necessary measures of conservation under Articles 3 and 4 respectively, at the same time mentioning the scientific reasons which in its opinion make such measures necessary, and indicating its special interest.
2675 Convention On Fishing And Conservation Of The Living Resources Of The High Seas Art.9.2 2. The members of the commission, one of whom shall be designated as chairman, shall be named by agreement between the States in dispute within three months of the request for settlement in accordance with the provisions of this Article. Failing agreement they shall, upon the request of any State party, be named by the Secretary-General of the United Nations, within a further three-month period, in consultation with the States in dispute and with the President of the International Court of Justice and the Director-General of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, from amongst well-qualified persons being nationals of States not involved in the dispute and specializing in legal, administrative or scientific questions relating to fisheries, depending upon the nature of the dispute to be settled. Any vacancy arising after the original appointment shall be filled in the same manner as provided for the initial selection.
2675 Convention On Fishing And Conservation Of The Living Resources Of The High Seas Art.10.1.a.i (i) That scientific findings demonstrate the necessity of conservation measures;
2675 Convention On Fishing And Conservation Of The Living Resources Of The High Seas Art.10.1.a.ii (ii) That the specific measures are based on scientific findings and are practicable; and
2675 Convention On Fishing And Conservation Of The Living Resources Of The High Seas Art.10.1.b (b) Applicable to the determination of disputes arising under Article 8 is the requirement that scientific findings demonstrate the necessity for conservation measures, or that the conservation program is adequate, as the case may be.
2675 Convention On Fishing And Conservation Of The Living Resources Of The High Seas Art.13.1 1. The regulation of fisheries conducted by means of equipment embedded in the floor of the sea in areas of the high seas adjacent to the territorial sea of a State may be undertaken by that State where such fisheries have long been maintained and conducted by its nationals, provided that non-nationals are permitted to participate in such activities on an equal footing with nationals except in areas where such fisheries have by long usage been exclusively enjoyed by such nationals. Such regulations will not, however, affect the general status of the areas as high seas.
2680 Northeast Atlantic Fisheries Convention Art.6.1.a a) to keep under review the fisheries in the Convention area:
2680 Northeast Atlantic Fisheries Convention Art.6.1.b b) to consider, in the light of the technical information available, what measures may be required for the conservation of the fish stocks and for the rational exploitation of the fisheries in the area;
2680 Northeast Atlantic Fisheries Convention Art.6.1.d d) to make to Contracting States recommendations, based as far as practicable on the results of scientific research and investigation, with regard to any of the measures set out in Article 7 of this Convention.
2680 Northeast Atlantic Fisheries Convention Art.6.2 2. It shall be the duty of a Regional Committee to perform, in relation to its Region, functions of review and consideration similar to those described in paragraph (1) of this Article in relation to the Commission and the Convention area. A Regional Committee may initiate proposals for measures in relation to its region and shall consider any such proposals as may be remitted to it by the Commission.
2680 Northeast Atlantic Fisheries Convention Art.7.1.a a) any measures for the regulation of the size of mesh of fishing nets;
2680 Northeast Atlantic Fisheries Convention Art.7.1.b b) any measures for regulation of the size limits of fish that may be retained on board vessels, or landed, or exposed or offered for sale;
2680 Northeast Atlantic Fisheries Convention Art.7.1.c c) any measures for the establishment of closed seasons;
2680 Northeast Atlantic Fisheries Convention Art.7.1.d d) any measures for the establishment of closed areas;
2680 Northeast Atlantic Fisheries Convention Art.7.1.e e) any measures for the regulation of fishing gear and appliances, other than regulation of the size of mesh of fishing nets;
2680 Northeast Atlantic Fisheries Convention Art.7.1.f f) any measures for the improvement and the increase of marine resources, which may include artificial propagation, the transplantation of organisms and the transplantation of young.
2680 Northeast Atlantic Fisheries Convention Art.7.2 2. Measures for regulating the amount of total catch, or the amount of fishing effort in any period, or any other kinds of measures for the purpose of the conservation of the fish stocks in the Convention area, may be added to the measures listed in paragraph (1) of this Article on a proposal adopted by not less than a two-thirds majority of the Delegations present and voting and subsequently accepted by all Contracting States in accordance with their respective constitutional procedures.
2680 Northeast Atlantic Fisheries Convention Art.11.1 1. In order that the recommendations made by the Commission for the conservation of the stocks of fish within the Convention area shall be based so far as practicable upon the results of scientific research and investigation, the Commission shall when possible seek the advice of the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea and the cooperation of the Council in carrying out any necessary investigations and, for this purpose, may make such joint arrangements as may be agreed with the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea or may make such other arrangements as it may think fit.
2680 Northeast Atlantic Fisheries Convention Art.12.1 1. The Contracting States undertake to furnish on the request of the Commission any available statistical and biological information the Commission may need for the purposes of this Convention.
2680 Northeast Atlantic Fisheries Convention Art.12.2 2. The Commission may publish or otherwise disseminate reports of its activities and such other information relating to the fisheries in the Convention area or any part of that area as it may deem appropriate.
2680 Northeast Atlantic Fisheries Convention Art.14.1x The provisions of this Convention shall not apply to fishing operations conducted solely for the purpose of scientific investigation by vessels authorised by a Contracting State for that purpose, or to fish taken in the course of such operations, but in any of the territories of any Contracting State bound by a recommendation to which paragraph (1) of Article 8 applies, fish so taken shall not be sold or exposed or offered for sale in contravention of any such recommendation.
2683 Convention Concerning Fishing In The Black Sea Art.1.1x The Contracting Parties agree to co-operate and to assist one another, in accordance with the provisions of this Convention, in carrying on rational fishing in the Black Sea, in improving fishing technique, and in carrying out research in the field of ichthyology and hydrobiology for the purpose of maintaining and augmenting the stocks of fish in the Black Sea with a view to increasing the yield.
2683 Convention Concerning Fishing In The Black Sea Art.6.1x For the purpose of preparing forecasts for fishing in the Black Sea, the Contracting Parties agree to exchange by any suitable means operational information concerning the migration of industrial fish, indicating the time and place at which they congregate, the direction of movement, the density of the schools, and the hydrometeorological conditions in which such congregations and migrations are observed.
2683 Convention Concerning Fishing In The Black Sea Art.7.1x With a view to the rational utilization of the stocks of fish in the Black Sea, the Contracting Parties agree to exchange information annually on the results of scientific research in the fields of marine ichthyology, hydrobiology and fishing technique.
2683 Convention Concerning Fishing In The Black Sea Art.7.2x The Contracting Parties shall exchange statistical data on catches of fish.
2683 Convention Concerning Fishing In The Black Sea Art.9.1x.3 (3) It shall co-ordinate the planning of scientific research projects on matters relating to fishing in the Black Sea, to be conducted by the competent authorities of the Contracting Parties;
2683 Convention Concerning Fishing In The Black Sea Art.9.1x.4 (4) It shall determine the nature and extent of the statistical and other data which each Contracting Party shall furnish to the Mixed Commission for the purpose of implementing this Convention;
2687 Convention Placing The International Poplar Commission Within The Framework Of The Food And Agriculture Organization Of The United Nations Art.3.1x.a a) to study the scientific, technical, social and economic aspects of poplar and willow cultivation;
2687 Convention Placing The International Poplar Commission Within The Framework Of The Food And Agriculture Organization Of The United Nations Art.3.1x.b b) to promote the exchange of ideas and material between research workers, producers and users;
2687 Convention Placing The International Poplar Commission Within The Framework Of The Food And Agriculture Organization Of The United Nations Art.3.1x.c c) to arrange joint research programs;
2687 Convention Placing The International Poplar Commission Within The Framework Of The Food And Agriculture Organization Of The United Nations Art.7.4 4. The Executive Committee shall, between sessions of the Commission, act on behalf of the Commission as its executive organ. The Executive Committee shall in particular make proposals to the Commission regarding the general orientation and the program of work of the Commission, study technical questions and implement the program as approved by the Commission.
2688 Antarctic Treaty Pre.3 Acknowledging the substantial contributions to scientific knowledge resulting from international cooperation in scientific investigation in Antarctica;
2688 Antarctic Treaty Pre.4 Convinced that the establishment of a firm foundation for the continuation and development of such cooperation on the basis of freedom of scientific investigation in Antarctica as applied during the International Geophysical Year accords with the interests of science and the progress of all mankind;
2688 Antarctic Treaty Art.1.2 2. The present Treaty shall not prevent the use of military personnel or equipment for scientific research or for any other peaceful purpose.
2688 Antarctic Treaty Art.2.1x Freedom of scientific investigation in Antarctica and cooperation toward that end, as applied during the International Geophysical Year, shall continue, subject to the provisions of the present Treaty.
2688 Antarctic Treaty Art.3.1 1. In order to promote international cooperation in scientific investigation in Antarctica, as provided for in Article II of the present Treaty, the Contracting Parties agree that, to the greatest extent feasible and practicable:
2688 Antarctic Treaty Art.3.1.a a. information regarding plans for scientific programs in Antarctica shall be exchanged to permit maximum economy of and efficiency of operations;
2688 Antarctic Treaty Art.3.1.b b. scientific personnel shall be exchanged in Antarctica between expeditions and stations;
2688 Antarctic Treaty Art.3.1.c c. scientific observations and results from Antarctica shall be exchanged and made freely available.
2688 Antarctic Treaty Art.3.2 2. In implementing this Article, every encouragement shall be given to the establishment of cooperative working relations with those Specialized Agencies of the United Nations and other technical organizations having a scientific or technical interest in Antarctica.
2688 Antarctic Treaty Art.8.1 1. In order to facilitate the exercise of their functions under the present Treaty, and without prejudice to the respective positions of the Contracting Parties relating to jurisdiction over all other persons in Antarctica, observers designated under paragraph 1 of Article VII and scientific personnel exchanged under sub-paragraph 1(b) of Article III of the Treaty, and members of the staffs accompanying any such persons, shall be subject only to the jurisdiction of the Contracting Party of which they are nationals in respect of all acts or omissions occurring while they are in Antarctica for the purpose of exercising their functions.
2688 Antarctic Treaty Art.9.1.b b. facilitation of scientific research in Antarctica;
2688 Antarctic Treaty Art.9.1.c c. facilitation of international scientific cooperation in Antarctica;
2688 Antarctic Treaty Art.9.2 2. Each Contracting Party which has become a party to the present Treaty by accession under Article XIII shall be entitled to appoint representatives to participate in the meetings referred to in paragraph 1 of the present Article, during such times as that Contracting Party demonstrates its interest in Antarctica by conducting substantial research activity there, such as the establishment of a scientific station or the dispatch of a scientific expedition.
2690 Agreement Concerning Cooperation In The Quarantine Of Plants And Their Protection Against Pests And Diseases Art.3.1x The Contracting Parties agree to render one another the requisite technical assistance in the control of pests, diseases and weeds, through sales of machinery, equipment, appliances, chemical weed-killers and pesticides and other materials for the control of plant pests and diseases and by undertaking joint measures for the control of plant pests and diseases, on conditions to be determined in each case by special agreement between the parties concerned.
2690 Agreement Concerning Cooperation In The Quarantine Of Plants And Their Protection Against Pests And Diseases Art.4.1 1. Exchange copies of legislative provisions relating to plant quarantine and protection, instructions, directives, specialist literature information on the methods employed by scientific research institutes, curricula and programmes, and statistical and other material relating to plant quarantine and protection.
2690 Agreement Concerning Cooperation In The Quarantine Of Plants And Their Protection Against Pests And Diseases Art.4.3 3. Provide for exchanges of professors and teachers, scientists, and plant quarantine and protection specialists, with a view to the study of scientific achievements and the exchange of experience in the work of plant quarantine and protection.
2690 Agreement Concerning Cooperation In The Quarantine Of Plants And Their Protection Against Pests And Diseases Art.4.4 4. Ensure co-operation between scientific institutes in the study of diseases and pests and the improvement of diagnostic methods and means of controlling plant pests and diseases.
2690 Agreement Concerning Cooperation In The Quarantine Of Plants And Their Protection Against Pests And Diseases Art.4.5 5. Dispatch, at the request of any Contracting Party, teams of plant quarantine and protection specialists of one or more Contracting Parties with a view to the study of dangerous plant pests and diseases, research into methods of controlling them and the organization of measures for the quarantine of plants and their protection from pests and diseases.
2690 Agreement Concerning Cooperation In The Quarantine Of Plants And Their Protection Against Pests And Diseases Art.6.1x.ax.ix To carry out the necessary measures in the areas adjoining their respective frontiers for the eradication of quarantinable plant pests and diseases and weeds by means of chemical, biological, agro-technical and all other methods;
2690 Agreement Concerning Cooperation In The Quarantine Of Plants And Their Protection Against Pests And Diseases Art.6.1x.ax.iix To establish in their territories specific frontier posts through which consignments of vegetable origin may be imported or exported and to equip the said frontier posts with disinfestation chambers for the disinfection of consignments and with means for carrying out analyses of samples of consignments with a view to testing them for infection by quarantinable plant pests and diseases and weeds;
2690 Agreement Concerning Cooperation In The Quarantine Of Plants And Their Protection Against Pests And Diseases Art.6.1x.ax.iiix To carry out careful quarantine inspections of consignments of vegetable origin exported from one country to another and of means of transport and to furnish consignments with quarantine certificates issued by the State plant quarantine and protection services of the exporting country attesting their freedom from infection by quarantinable plant pests and diseases and weeds.
2690 Agreement Concerning Cooperation In The Quarantine Of Plants And Their Protection Against Pests And Diseases Art.8.3x Communications between the competent authorities of the Contracting Parties on matters arising from this Agreement shall be effected both directly and through the secretariat of the Standing Commission of the Council for Mutual Economic Assistance for economic, scientific and technical co-operation in agriculture.
2719 Protocol Of Signature To The Agreement Concerning The International Commission For The Protection Of The Rhine Against Pollution Art.2.1.a a) prepare and carry out all necessary research to determine the nature, importance and origin of pollution of the Rhine and put the results of such research to use;
2719 Protocol Of Signature To The Agreement Concerning The International Commission For The Protection Of The Rhine Against Pollution Art.7.1 1. The Commission shall set up a working group for current research and may, if necessary, set up others for special missions.
2719 Protocol Of Signature To The Agreement Concerning The International Commission For The Protection Of The Rhine Against Pollution Art.8.1x Within the framework of its research and the use to be made of the results thereby obtained, the Commission may serve as a scientific institution giving full guarantees of independence.
2719 Protocol Of Signature To The Agreement Concerning The International Commission For The Protection Of The Rhine Against Pollution Art.11.1x The Commission shall each year furnish the signatory Governments with a report of its activity, including in particular the results of its research and analyses.
2719 Protocol Of Signature To The Agreement Concerning The International Commission For The Protection Of The Rhine Against Pollution Art.12.1 1. Each Contracting Party shall bear the expenses of its representation within the Commission and its working groups, as well as of current research undertaken on its territory.
2729 Act Regarding Navigation And Economic Cooperation Between The States Of The Niger Basin Art.4.1x The riparian States undertake to establish close co-operation with regard to the study and the execution of any project likely to have an appreciable effect on certain features of the regime of the River, its tributaries and sub-tributaries, their conditions of navigability, agricultural and industrial exploitation, the sanitary conditions of their waters, and the biological characteristics of their fauna and flora.
2736 Indus Basin Development Fund (Supplemental) Agreement Art.5.1 Section 5.01. The Administrator shall organize and administer a study of the water and power resources of West Pakistan which would provide the Government of Pakistan with a basis for development planning in the water and power sectors of the economy within the context of their successive Five Year Plans. It is intended that this study will be completed within two years from the date of its commencement. The first objective of the study will be the completion of a report covering the technical feasibility, the construction cost and the economic return of a dam on the Indus at Tarbela. The Administrator will use its best endeavours to ensure that this report will be completed by the end of 1964.
2736 Indus Basin Development Fund (Supplemental) Agreement Art.5.2 Section 5.02. The financing by the Fund of the study shall not constitute or imply any commitment by the Parties to participate in any financing of any development project arising out of the study, other than as provided in Section 4.02 of this Agreement.
2741 Convention For The International Council For The Exploration Of The Sea Art.1.1x.a (a) to promote and encourage research and investigations for the study of the sea particularly those related to the living resources thereof;
2741 Convention For The International Council For The Exploration Of The Sea Art.1.1x.b (b) to draw up programmers required for this purpose and to organize, in agreement with the Contracting Parties, such research and investigations as may appear necessary;
2741 Convention For The International Council For The Exploration Of The Sea Art.1.1x.c (c) to publish or otherwise disseminate the results of research and investigations carried out under its auspices or to encourage the publication thereof.
2741 Convention For The International Council For The Exploration Of The Sea Art.4.1x The Council shall seek to establish and maintain working arrangements with other international organisations which have related objectives and cooperate, as far as possible, with them, in particular in the supply of scientific information requested.
2741 Convention For The International Council For The Exploration Of The Sea Art.5.1x The Contracting Parties undertake to furnish to the Council information which will contribute to the purposes of this Convention and can reasonably be made available and, wherever possible, to assist in carrying out the programmers of research coordinated by the Council.
2742 Agreement Concerning The Niger River Commission And The Navigation And Transport On The River Niger Pre.3 Desirous of giving effect to Article 5 of the said Act, by which they have undertaken to establish an Inter-Governmental Organization entrusted with the fostering, the promotion and the co-ordination of studies and programmes relating to the utilization and development of the resources of the River Niger Basin,
2742 Agreement Concerning The Niger River Commission And The Navigation And Transport On The River Niger Art.2.1x.c c) to collect, evaluate and disseminate basic data on the whole of the basin, to examine the projects prepared by the riparian States, and to recommend to the Governments of the riparian States plans for common studies and works for the judicious utilization and development of the resources of the basin.
2742 Agreement Concerning The Niger River Commission And The Navigation And Transport On The River Niger Art.2.1x.d d) to follow the progress of the execution of studies and works in the basin and to keep the riparian States informed, at least once a year thereon, through systematic and periodic reports which each State shall submit to it.
2742 Agreement Concerning The Niger River Commission And The Navigation And Transport On The River Niger Art.12.1x In order to achieve maximum co-operation in connection with the matters mentioned in Article 4 of the Act of Niamey, the riparian States undertake to inform the Commission as provided for in Chapter I of the present Agreement, at the earliest stage, of all studies and works upon which they propose to embark. They undertake further to abstain from carrying out on the portion of the River, its tributaries and sub-tributaries subject to their jurisdiction any works likely to pollute the waters, or any modification likely to affect biological characteristics of its fauna and flora, without adequate notice to, and prior consultation with, the Commission.
2751 International Convention For The Conservation Of Atlantic Tunas Art.4.1 1. In order to carry out the objectives of this Convention the Commission shall be responsible for the study of the populations of tuna and tuna-like fishes (the Scombriformes with the exception of the families Trichiuridae and Gempylidae and the genus Scomber) and such other species of fishes exploited in tuna fishing in the Convention area as are not under investigation by another international fishery organization. Such study shall include research on the abundance, biometry and ecology of the fishes; the oceanography of their environment; and the effects of natural and human factors upon their abundance. The Commission, in carrying out these responsibilities shall, insofar as feasible, utilise the technical and scientific services of, and information from, official agencies of the Contracting Parties and their political subdivisions and may, when desirable, utilize the available services and information of any public or private institution, organization or individual, and may undertake within the limits of its budget independent research to supplement the research work being done by governments, national institutions or other international organizations.
2751 International Convention For The Conservation Of Atlantic Tunas Art.4.2.a a) collecting and analysing statistical information relating to the current conditions and trends of the tuna fishery resources of the Convention area;
2751 International Convention For The Conservation Of Atlantic Tunas Art.4.2.d d) publishing and otherwise disseminating reports of its findings and statistical, biological and other scientific information relative to the tuna fisheries of the Convention area.
2751 International Convention For The Conservation Of Atlantic Tunas Art.6.1x.a a) shall be responsible for keeping under review the species, group of species, or geographic area under its purview, and for collecting scientific and other information relating thereto;
2751 International Convention For The Conservation Of Atlantic Tunas Art.6.1x.b b) may propose to the Commission, upon the basis of scientific investigations, recommendations for joint action by the Contracting Parties;
2751 International Convention For The Conservation Of Atlantic Tunas Art.7.1x.g g) preparing for approval by the Commission scientific, administrative and other reports of the Commission and its subsidiary bodies.
2751 International Convention For The Conservation Of Atlantic Tunas Art.8.1.a 1. a) The Commission may, on the basis of scientific evidence, make recommendations designed to maintain the populations of tuna and tuna-like fishes that may be taken in the Convention area at levels which will permit the maximum sustainable catch. These recommendations shall be applicable to the Contracting Parties under the conditions laid down in paragraphs 2 and 3 of this Article.
2751 International Convention For The Conservation Of Atlantic Tunas Art.9.2.a a) to furnish, on the request of the Commission, any available statistical, biological and other scientific information the Commission may need for the purposes of this Convention;
2757 Convention On The International Hydrographic Organization Art.2.1x The Organization shall have a consultative and purely technical nature. It shall be the object of the Organization to bring about :
2757 Convention On The International Hydrographic Organization Art.2.1x.a (a) The co-ordination of the activities of national hydrographic offices;
2757 Convention On The International Hydrographic Organization Art.2.1x.b (b) The greatest possible uniformity in nautical charts and documents;
2757 Convention On The International Hydrographic Organization Art.2.1x.c (c) The adoption of reliable and efficient methods of carrying out and exploiting hydrographic surveys;
2757 Convention On The International Hydrographic Organization Art.2.1x.d (d) The development of the sciences in the field of hydrography and the techniques employed in descriptive oceanography.
2757 Convention On The International Hydrographic Organization Art.5.1x.d (d) To make decisions in respect of all proposals of a technical or administrative nature submitted by Member Governments or by the Bureau;
2757 Convention On The International Hydrographic Organization Art.6.6 6. Between sessions of the Conference the Bureau may consult the Member Governments by correspondence on questions concerning the technical functioning of the Organization. The voting procedure shall conform to that provided for in paragraph 5 of this Article, the majority being calculated in this case on the basis of the total membership of the Organization.
2757 Convention On The International Hydrographic Organization Art.8.1x.b (b) To study any matters relating to hydrography and the allied sciences and techniques, and to collect the necessary papers;
2757 Convention On The International Hydrographic Organization Art.8.1x.e (e) To tender guidance and advice upon request, in particular to countries engaged in setting-up or expanding their hydrographic service;
2757 Convention On The International Hydrographic Organization Art.8.1x.f (f) To encourage co-ordination of hydrographic surveys with relevant oceanographic activities;
2757 Convention On The International Hydrographic Organization Art.8.1x.g (g) To extend and facilitate the application of oceanographic knowledge for the benefit of navigators;
2757 Convention On The International Hydrographic Organization Art.8.1x.h (h) To cooperate with international organizations and scientific institutions which have related objectives
2760 Phytosanitary Convention For Africa Art.6.1x Nothing in the foregoing Articles of the present Convention shall prevent any Member State from importing, under the safeguards to be recommended by the OAU, and for pure or applied scientific investigations, small quantities of plants, plant material or seeds or any other prohibited material. It is understood, however, that such importation of prohibited materials shall only be made in cases of absolute necessity and after ensuring that the risks involved would be kept at the barest minimum. The Member State concerned shall, however, inform the OAU of each importation of otherwise prohibited plants, plant material, seeds, or any other material which is made, and the OAU shall so inform all other Member States.
2760 Phytosanitary Convention For Africa Art.7.2 (2) The Panel of Scientific Consultants shall advise the OAU on various technical problems relating to plant health and protection.
2768 Agreement For The Establishment For Arab Centre For The Studies Of Dry And Barren Land Art.3.1 (1) The Centre may conduct regional studies on barren areas in the Arab Countries with especial emphasis on the following main studies:
2768 Agreement For The Establishment For Arab Centre For The Studies Of Dry And Barren Land Art.3.1.ax - Studies relating to water resources, including atmospheric water, surface water and underground water, and meteorological studies (e.g. water vapour in the atmosphere, types of thunderstorms and their annual distribution etc.);
2768 Agreement For The Establishment For Arab Centre For The Studies Of Dry And Barren Land Art.3.1.bx - Studies of surface water and underground water with the purpose of their effective utilization;
2768 Agreement For The Establishment For Arab Centre For The Studies Of Dry And Barren Land Art.3.1.cx - Studies of utilization of water resources in the light of the hydrological balance of the water resource;
2768 Agreement For The Establishment For Arab Centre For The Studies Of Dry And Barren Land Art.3.1.dx - Studies on the geological and geomorphological aspects of the different areas;
2768 Agreement For The Establishment For Arab Centre For The Studies Of Dry And Barren Land Art.3.1.ex - Studies on the economy of barren land utilization;
2768 Agreement For The Establishment For Arab Centre For The Studies Of Dry And Barren Land Art.3.1.fx - Studies of soils and map plotting of the different types and classification and their priority for agricultural utilization and suggestions for the best means for each areas;
2768 Agreement For The Establishment For Arab Centre For The Studies Of Dry And Barren Land Art.3.1.gx - Studies on the degree of soil erosion by wind torrents, irrigation water and rains and on conducting experiments for best soil conservation;
2768 Agreement For The Establishment For Arab Centre For The Studies Of Dry And Barren Land Art.3.1.hx - Studies on the best means of irrigation and drainage;
2768 Agreement For The Establishment For Arab Centre For The Studies Of Dry And Barren Land Art.3.1.ix - Studies of the best means of soil and water usage;
2768 Agreement For The Establishment For Arab Centre For The Studies Of Dry And Barren Land Art.3.1.jx - Studies on the effect of salinity in the soils and plants and its remedy;
2768 Agreement For The Establishment For Arab Centre For The Studies Of Dry And Barren Land Art.3.1.kx - Studies of the problems of the deterioration of the agri- culture and protective crops and its remedy;
2768 Agreement For The Establishment For Arab Centre For The Studies Of Dry And Barren Land Art.3.1.lx - Studies on the adaptation of plants and animals;
2768 Agreement For The Establishment For Arab Centre For The Studies Of Dry And Barren Land Art.3.1.mx #NAME?
2768 Agreement For The Establishment For Arab Centre For The Studies Of Dry And Barren Land Art.3.2.a (a) The training of specialists and technicians in the fields of research for the determination, reservation and utilization of the natural resources such as water, soil, pasture and forest etc.
2768 Agreement For The Establishment For Arab Centre For The Studies Of Dry And Barren Land Art.3.2.c (c) The exchange of scientific knowledge and information between the Arab and other countries.
2768 Agreement For The Establishment For Arab Centre For The Studies Of Dry And Barren Land Art.7.1x.b (b) To approve the plan of studies and research;
2769 African Convention On The Conservation Of Nature And Natural Resources Pre.5 FULLY CONSCIOUS of the ever-growing importance of natural resources from an economic, nutritional, scientific, educational, cultural and aesthetic point of view;
2769 African Convention On The Conservation Of Nature And Natural Resources Art.2.1x The contracting States shall undertake to adopt the measures necessary to ensure conservation, utilization and development of soil, water, flora and faunal resources in accordance with scientific principles and with due regard to the best interests of the people.
2769 African Convention On The Conservation Of Nature And Natural Resources Art.4.1x.a (a) they shall establish land-use plans based on scientific investigations (ecological, pedological, economic, and sociological) and, in particular, classification of land-use capability;
2769 African Convention On The Conservation Of Nature And Natural Resources Art.4.1x.b (b) they shall, when implementing agricultural practices and agrarian reforms,
2769 African Convention On The Conservation Of Nature And Natural Resources Art.4.1x.b.1 (1) improve soil conservation and introduce improved farming methods, which ensure long-term productivity of the land;
2769 African Convention On The Conservation Of Nature And Natural Resources Art.4.1x.b.2 (2) control erosion caused by various forms of land-use which may lead to loss of vegetation cover.
2769 African Convention On The Conservation Of Nature And Natural Resources Art.5.1.a (a) the study of water cycles and the investigation of each catchment area;
2769 African Convention On The Conservation Of Nature And Natural Resources Art.5.1.b (b) the co-ordination and planning of water resources development projects;
2769 African Convention On The Conservation Of Nature And Natural Resources Art.5.1.d (d) prevention and control of water pollution.
2769 African Convention On The Conservation Of Nature And Natural Resources Art.5.2 2. Where surface or underground water resources are shared by two or more of the contracting States, the latter shall act in consultation, and if the need arises, set up inter-State Commissions to study and resolve problems arising from the joint use of these resources, and for the joint development and conservation thereof.
2769 African Convention On The Conservation Of Nature And Natural Resources Art.6.1.a (a) adopt scientifically-based conservation, utilization and management plans of forests and rangeland, taking into account the social and economic needs of the States concerned, the importance of the vegetation cover for the maintenance of the water balance of an area, the productivity of soils and the habitat requirements of the fauna;
2769 African Convention On The Conservation Of Nature And Natural Resources Art.6.1.b (b) observe section (a) above by paying particular attention to controlling bush fires, forest exploitation, land clearing for cultivation, and over-grazing by domestic and wild animals;
2769 African Convention On The Conservation Of Nature And Natural Resources Art.6.1.c (c) set aside areas for forest reserve and carry out afforestation programmers where necessary;
2769 African Convention On The Conservation Of Nature And Natural Resources Art.6.1.e (e) establish botanical gardens to perpetuate plant species of particular interest.
2769 African Convention On The Conservation Of Nature And Natural Resources Art.6.2 2. The Contracting States also shall undertake the conservation of plant species or communities, which are threatened and/ or of special scientific or aesthetic value by ensuring that they are included in conservation areas.
2769 African Convention On The Conservation Of Nature And Natural Resources Art.7.1 1. The Contracting States shall ensure conservation, wise use and development of faunal resources and their environment, within the framework of land-use planning and of economic and social development. Management shall be carried out in accordance with plans based on scientific principles, and to that end the Contracting States shall:
2769 African Convention On The Conservation Of Nature And Natural Resources Art.7.1.a (a) manage wildlife populations inside designated areas according to the objective s of such areas and also manage exploitable wildlife populations outside such areas for an optimum sustained yield, compatible with and complementary to other land uses; and
2769 African Convention On The Conservation Of Nature And Natural Resources Art.7.1.b (b) manage aquatic environments, whether in fresh, brackish or coastal water, with a view to minimize deleterious effects of any water and land use practice which might adversely affect aquatic habitats.
2769 African Convention On The Conservation Of Nature And Natural Resources Art.8.1.a (a) species in Class A shall be totally protected throughout the entire territory of the Contracting States; the hunting, killing, capture or collection of specimens shall be permitted only on the authorization in each case of the highest competent authority and only if required in the national interest or for scientific purposes; and
2769 African Convention On The Conservation Of Nature And Natural Resources Art.10.1 1. The Contracting States shall maintain and extend where appropriate, within their territory and where applicable in their territorial waters, the Conservation areas existing at the time of entry into force of the present convention and, preferably within the framework of land use planning programmers, assess the necessity of establishing additional conservation areas in order to:
2770 European Agreement On The Restriction Of The Use Of Certain Detergents In Washing And Cleaning Products Pre.5 Whereas the aim of the Council of Europe is to achieve greater unity between its members, so as to further economic and social progress by agreements and by common action in economic, social, cultural, scientific, legal and administrative matters;
2770 European Agreement On The Restriction Of The Use Of Certain Detergents In Washing And Cleaning Products Art.3.1 1. "The Contracting Parties undertake to adopt measures as effective as possible in the light of the available techniques, including legislation if it is necessary, to ensure that in their respective territories:
2770 European Agreement On The Restriction Of The Use Of Certain Detergents In Washing And Cleaning Products Art.3.1.a a. no products of the kind referred to in Article 1 are put on the market unless the anionic and non-ionic surfactants which they contain are at least 80% susceptible to biological degradation as determined by the best practical techniques, such as the OECD reference method or any other method providing equivalent results;
2770 European Agreement On The Restriction Of The Use Of Certain Detergents In Washing And Cleaning Products Art.3.1.b b. the same objectives be achieved when considered appropriate with regard to cationic and ampholytic surfactants;
2770 European Agreement On The Restriction Of The Use Of Certain Detergents In Washing And Cleaning Products Art.3.1.c c. appropriate measurement and control procedures are implemented to guarantee compliance with the provisions of sub-paragraphs a and b of this paragraph.
2770 European Agreement On The Restriction Of The Use Of Certain Detergents In Washing And Cleaning Products Art.3.1x The Contracting Parties undertake to intensify their research leading to a better understanding and assessment of the biological degradability of surfactants and to encourage, where necessary, the research for phosphate substitutes.
2772 Agreement On Administrative Arrangements For The Prek Thnot (Cambodia) Power And Irrigation Development Project Art.2.2 2. The Corporation shall use the services of consulting engineers in the execution of the project in accordance with this Agreement. The consulting engineer for the construction of the dam, power station and diversion weir will be the Snowy Mountains Hydro-electric Authority which shall provide designs and specifications to the Corporation and shall advise the Corporation on the letting, supervision and administration of all contracts. The consulting engineer for the designs and specifications for the irrigation system will be appointed by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations acting as the executing agency of the United Nations Development Programme. The consulting engineer for supervision of the construction of the irrigation system will be the Snowy Mountains Hydro-electric Authority.
2772 Agreement On Administrative Arrangements For The Prek Thnot (Cambodia) Power And Irrigation Development Project Art.2.3 3. The Snowy Mountains Hydro-electric Authority will provide engineering advice to the Corporation for the over-all planning and coordination of all features of the project; advise the Corporation on variations in contracts or other special measures required in response to unforeseen circumstances; tender advice through the Corporation to the Government and the Coordinator on measures necessary to strengthen the technical and administrative organization of the Corporation for the successful execution of the project.
2776 Agreement For Cooperation In Dealing With Pollution Of The North Sea By Oil Pre.3 Noting that the Council of the Inter-Governmental Maritime Consultative Organization at its third extraordinary session in May 1967, decided to include among the matters requiring study as a matter of urgency, inter alia, "procedures whereby States, regionally or interregionally where applicable, can co-operate at short notice to provide manpower, supplies, equipment and scientific advice to deal with discharge of oil or other noxious or hazardous substances including consideration of the possibility of patrols to ascertain the extent of the discharge and the manner of treating it both on sea and land",
2776 Agreement For Cooperation In Dealing With Pollution Of The North Sea By Oil Art.6.2 2. The Contracting Party within whose zones a situation of the kind described in Article 1 occurs, shall make the necessary assessments of the nature and extent of any casualty or, as the case may be, of the type and approximate quantity of oil floating on the sea, and the direction and speed of movement of the oil.
2776 Agreement For Cooperation In Dealing With Pollution Of The North Sea By Oil Art.6.4 4. The obligations of the Contracting Parties under the provisions of this Article with respect to the zones of joint responsibility shall be the subject of special technical arrangements to be concluded between the Parties concerned. These arrangements shall be communicated to the other Contracting Parties.
2783 Convention On The Conservation Of The Living Resources Of The Southeast Atlantic Art.6.1 1. In order to achieve the objectives set out in this Convention, the Commission shall be responsible for the study of all fish and other living resources in the Convention Area. Such study shall include research on the abundance, life history, biometry and ecology of these resources; and the study of their environment. In undertaking the study of these matters, the Commission shall collect, analyse, publish and disseminate, by all appropriate means, statistical, biological and other scientific information on the said resources.
2783 Convention On The Conservation Of The Living Resources Of The Southeast Atlantic Art.6.2 2. The Commission, in carrying out its responsibilities shall, insofar as feasible, utilize the technical and scientific services of, and information from, official agencies of the Contracting Parties. The Commission may, when necessary, utilize other services and information, and may also undertake, within the limits of its supplementary budget, independent research to supplement the research being done by governments, national institutions or other international organizations.
2783 Convention On The Conservation Of The Living Resources Of The Southeast Atlantic Art.6.3 3. The Contracting Parties shall furnish, on the request of the Commission, any available statistical and other data and information the Commission may need for the purposes of the Convention.
2783 Convention On The Conservation Of The Living Resources Of The Southeast Atlantic Art.7.3 3. A Regional or Stock Committee may initiate, on the basis of the results of scientific investigations, proposals regarding measures that are applicable to the region or stock for which it has been established and shall consider any proposals that may be referred to it by the Commission.
2783 Convention On The Conservation Of The Living Resources Of The Southeast Atlantic Art.7.6 6. The functions of the Council shall be to advise and assist the Commission and its Regional and Stock Committees with respect to the scientific aspects of their responsibilities.
2783 Convention On The Conservation Of The Living Resources Of The Southeast Atlantic Art.7.7 7. Each Contracting Party may send a delegation of scientists to the Council composed of as many experts as it whishes. The Council may establish subsidiary bodies and determine their composition.
2783 Convention On The Conservation Of The Living Resources Of The Southeast Atlantic Art.7.8 8. The Council may, with the concurrence of the Commission, invite other scientists or expert to participate in its deliberations in an advisory capacity.
2783 Convention On The Conservation Of The Living Resources Of The Southeast Atlantic Art.8.1 1. The Commission may make, on its own initiative or on the proposal of a Regional or Stock Committee and on the basis of the results of scientific investigations, recommendations relating to the objectives of this Convention. These recommendations shall become binding on the Contracting Parties under the conditions laid down in Article IX.
2783 Convention On The Conservation Of The Living Resources Of The Southeast Atlantic Art.12.3.d (d) arranging for the collection and analysis of statistics and other data necessary to accomplish the purposes of this Convention;
2783 Convention On The Conservation Of The Living Resources Of The Southeast Atlantic Art.12.3.e (e) preparing for submission to the Commission, and for possible subsequent publication, reports on statistical, biological and other matters;
2783 Convention On The Conservation Of The Living Resources Of The Southeast Atlantic Art.14.1x.c (c) Any remaining portion of the budget including any supplementary budget shall be contributed by each Contracting Party in the proportion that its nominal catch in the Convention Area bears to the aggregate nominal catch of all Contracting Parties in that Area. In computing this catch the Commission shall take into account all fishes, crustaceans, molluscs and other marine invertebrates, with the exception of such species as may be excluded from the application of this Convention in accordance with Article III. The catch shall be determined on the basis of the average for the last two calendar years for which statistics have been published by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.
2783 Convention On The Conservation Of The Living Resources Of The Southeast Atlantic Art.16.1x The provisions of this Convention shall not apply to fishing operations conducted solely for the purpose of scientific investigations, by vessels authorized by a Contracting Party for that purpose, or to fish taken in the course of such operations. However, fish so taken shall not be sold, or exposed or offered for sale in violation of a recommendation of the Commission.
2784 International Convention Relating To Intervention On The High Seas In Cases Of Oil Pollution Casualties Art.5.3.a (a) the extent and probability of imminent damage if those measures are not taken; and
2784 International Convention Relating To Intervention On The High Seas In Cases Of Oil Pollution Casualties Art.5.3.b (b) the likelihood of those measures being effective; and
2784 International Convention Relating To Intervention On The High Seas In Cases Of Oil Pollution Casualties Art.5.3.c (c) the extent of the damage which may be caused by such measures.
2787 Benelux Convention On The Hunting And Protection Of Birds Art.13.1 1. Each of the three Governments retains the right, subject to the prior approval of the Committee of Ministers, recorded in a decision taken in conformity with article 19 (a) of the Treaty for the Union, to authorize departures from the provisions of this Convention in the interest of science or nature conservation or for the purpose of preventing damage.
2796 Agreement Between Denmark, Finland, Norway, And Sweden Concerning Cooperation In Measures To Deal With Pollution Of The Sea By Oil Art.2.1x A Contracting State threatened by any significant oil pollution which it is feared may affect another Contracting State, shall investigate the situation including the state of the oil, its approximate quantity or extent, position, direction of movement and speed; the result of this investigation shall be communicated without delay to the other State, together with information on the measures which have been taken or which it is intended to take.
2796 Agreement Between Denmark, Finland, Norway, And Sweden Concerning Cooperation In Measures To Deal With Pollution Of The Sea By Oil Art.4.1x.a (a) The Contracting States undertake to provide themselves with equipment for dealing with any significant oil slicks at sea.
2796 Agreement Between Denmark, Finland, Norway, And Sweden Concerning Cooperation In Measures To Deal With Pollution Of The Sea By Oil Art.7.1x.bx Such assistance may include inspection of the oil record book, the ship's official log-book and the engine-room log, the taking of oil samples and so on.
2802 Convention For The Prevention Of Marine Pollution By Dumping From Ships And Aircraft Art.12.1x The Contracting Parties agree to establish complementary or joint programmes of scientific and technical research, including research on alternative methods of disposal of harmful substances, and to transmit to each other the information so obtained. In doing so they will have regard to the work carried out by the appropriate international organizations and agencies.
2807 Convention On The Prohibition Of The Development, Production And Stockpiling Of Bacteriological (Biological) And Toxin Weapons, And On Their Destruction Art.10.1 (1) The States Parties to this Convention undertake to facilitate, and have the right to participate in, the fullest possible exchange of equipment, materials and scientific and technological information for the use of bacteriological (biological) agents and toxins for peaceful purposes. Parties to the Convention in a position to do so shall also cooperate in contributing individually or together with other States or international organizations to the further development and application of scientific discoveries in the field of bacteriology (biology) for prevention of disease, or for other peaceful purposes.
2807 Convention On The Prohibition Of The Development, Production And Stockpiling Of Bacteriological (Biological) And Toxin Weapons, And On Their Destruction Art.12.1x Five years after the entry into force of this Convention, or earlier if it is requested by a majority of the Parties to the Convention by submitting a proposal to this effect to the Depositary Governments, a conference of States Parties to the Convention shall be held at Geneva, Switzerland, to review the operation of the Convention, with a view to assuring that the purposes of the preamble and the provisions of the Convention, including the provisions concerning negotiations on chemical weapons, are being realized. Such review shall take into account any new scientific and technological developments relevant to the Convention.
2808 Convention For The Conservation Of Antarctic Seals Pre.6 RECOGNIZING that in order to improve scientific knowledge and so place exploitation on a rational basis, every effort should be made both to encourage biological and other research on Antarctic seal populations and to gain information from such research and from the statistics of future sealing operations, so that further suitable regulations may be formulated;
2808 Convention For The Conservation Of Antarctic Seals Pre.8 DESIRING to promote and achieve the objectives of protection, scientific study and rational use of Antarctic seals, and to maintain a satisfactory balance with the ecological system,
2808 Convention For The Conservation Of Antarctic Seals Art.3.1 1. This Convention includes an Annex specifying measures which the Contracting Parties hereby adopt. Contracting Parties may from time to time in the future adopt other measures with respect to the conservation, scientific study and rational and humane use of seal resources, prescribing inter alia:
2808 Convention For The Conservation Of Antarctic Seals Art.3.1.a a) permissible catch;
2808 Convention For The Conservation Of Antarctic Seals Art.3.1.b b) protected and unprotected species;
2808 Convention For The Conservation Of Antarctic Seals Art.3.1.c c) open and closed seasons;
2808 Convention For The Conservation Of Antarctic Seals Art.3.1.d d) open and closed areas, including the designation of reserves;
2808 Convention For The Conservation Of Antarctic Seals Art.3.1.e e) the designation of special areas where there shall be no disturbance of seals;
2808 Convention For The Conservation Of Antarctic Seals Art.3.1.f f) limits relating to sex, size, or age for each species;
2808 Convention For The Conservation Of Antarctic Seals Art.3.1.g g) restrictions relating to time of day and duration, limitations of effort and methods of sealing;
2808 Convention For The Conservation Of Antarctic Seals Art.3.1.h h) types and specifications of gear and apparatus and appliances which may be used;
2808 Convention For The Conservation Of Antarctic Seals Art.3.1.i i) catch returns and other statistical and biological records;
2808 Convention For The Conservation Of Antarctic Seals Art.3.1.j j) procedures for facilitating the review and assessment of scientific information;
2808 Convention For The Conservation Of Antarctic Seals Art.3.1.k k) other regulatory measures including an effective system of inspection.
2808 Convention For The Conservation Of Antarctic Seals Art.3.2 2. The measures adopted under paragraph (1) of this Article shall be based upon the best scientific and technical evidence available.
2808 Convention For The Conservation Of Antarctic Seals Art.4.1.b b) to provide for scientific research; or
2808 Convention For The Conservation Of Antarctic Seals Art.5.4.a a) to assess information received pursuant to this Article; encourage exchange of scientific data and information among the Contracting Parties; recommended programmes for scientific research; recommended statistical and biological data to be collected by sealing expeditions within the Convention area; and suggest amendments to the Annex; and
2808 Convention For The Conservation Of Antarctic Seals Art.5.4.b b) to report on the basis of the statistical, biological and other evidence available when the harvest of any species of seal in the Convention area is having a significantly harmful effect on the total stocks of such species or on the ecological system in any particular locality.
2808 Convention For The Conservation Of Antarctic Seals Art.5.6 6. SCAR may if necessary seek the technical assistance of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in making its assessment.
2808 Convention For The Conservation Of Antarctic Seals Art.5.7 7. Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph (1) of Article 1 the Contracting Parties shall, in accordance with their internal law, report to each other and to SCAR, for consideration, statistics relating to the Antarctic seals listed in paragraph (2) of Article 1 which have been killed or captured by their nationals and vessels under their respective flags in the area of floating sea ice north of 60o South Latitude.
2808 Convention For The Conservation Of Antarctic Seals Art.6.1.c.i (i) the provision of independent scientific advice;
2808 Convention For The Conservation Of Antarctic Seals Art.6.1.c.iii (iii) the carrying out of scientific programmes with the participation of the Contracting Parties; and
2812 Convention For The Protection Of The World Cultural And Natural Heritage Pre.4 Considering that protection of this heritage at the national level often remains incomplete because of the scale of the resources which it requires and of the insufficient economic, scientific, and technological resources of the country where the property to be protected is situated,
2812 Convention For The Protection Of The World Cultural And Natural Heritage Pre.9 Considering that it is essential for this purpose to adopt new provisions in the form of a convention establishing an effective system of collective protection of the cultural and natural heritage of outstanding universal value, organized on a permanent basis and in accordance with modern scientific methods,
2812 Convention For The Protection Of The World Cultural And Natural Heritage Art.4.1x Each State Party to this Convention recognizes that the duty of ensuring the identification, protection, conservation, presentation and transmission to future generations of the cultural and natural heritage referred to in Articles 1 and 2 and situated on its territory, belongs primarily to that State. It will do all it can to this end, to the utmost of its own resources and, where appropriate, with any international assistance and co-operation, in particular, financial, artistic, scientific and technical, which it may be able to obtain.
2812 Convention For The Protection Of The World Cultural And Natural Heritage Art.5.3 3. to develop scientific and technical studies and research and to work out such operating methods as will make the State capable of counteracting the dangers that threaten its cultural or natural heritage;
2812 Convention For The Protection Of The World Cultural And Natural Heritage Art.5.4 4. to take the appropriate legal, scientific, technical, administrative and financial measures necessary for the identification, protection, conservation, presentation and rehabilitation of this heritage; and
2812 Convention For The Protection Of The World Cultural And Natural Heritage Art.5.5 5. to foster the establishment or development of national or regional centres for training in the protection, conservation and presentation of the cultural and natural heritage and to encourage scientific research in this field.
2812 Convention For The Protection Of The World Cultural And Natural Heritage Art.11.7 7. The Committee shall, with the agreement of the States concerned, co-ordinate and encourage the studies and research needed for the drawing up of the lists referred to in paragraphs 2 and 4 of this article.
2812 Convention For The Protection Of The World Cultural And Natural Heritage Art.22.1 1. studies concerning the artistic, scientific and technical problems raised by the protection, conservation, presentation and rehabilitation of the cultural and natural heritage, as defined in paragraphs 2 and 4 of Article 11 of this Convention;
2812 Convention For The Protection Of The World Cultural And Natural Heritage Art.24.1x International assistance on a large scale shall be preceded by detailed scientific, economic and technical studies. These studies shall draw upon the most advanced techniques for the protection, conservation, presentation and rehabilitation of the natural and cultural heritage and shall be consistent with the objectives of this Convention. The studies shall also seek means of making rational use of the resources available in the State concerned.
2814 Convention On International Trade In Endangered Species Of Wild Fauna And Flora Pre.3 Conscious of the ever-growing value of wild fauna and flora from aesthetic, scientific, cultural, recreational and economic points of view;
2814 Convention On International Trade In Endangered Species Of Wild Fauna And Flora Art.4.7 7. Certificates referred to in paragraph 6 of this Article may be granted on the advice of a Scientific Authority, in consultation with other national scientific authorities or, when appropriate, international scientific authorities, in respect of periods not exceeding one year for total numbers of specimens to be introduced in such periods.
2814 Convention On International Trade In Endangered Species Of Wild Fauna And Flora Art.7.6 6. The provisions of Articles III, IV and V shall not apply to the non-commercial loan, donation or exchange between scientists or scientific institutions registered by a Management Authority of their State, of herbarium specimens, other preserved, dried or embedded museum specimens, and live plant material which carry a label issued or approved by a Management Authority.
2814 Convention On International Trade In Endangered Species Of Wild Fauna And Flora Art.12.2.c (c) to undertake scientific and technical studies in accordance with programmes authorized by the Conference of the Parties as will contribute to the implementation of the present Convention, including studies concerning standards for appropriate preparation and shipment of living specimens and the means of identifying specimens;
2814 Convention On International Trade In Endangered Species Of Wild Fauna And Flora Art.12.2.h (h) to make recommendations for the implementation of the aims and provisions of the present Convention, including the exchange of information of a scientific or technical nature;
2814 Convention On International Trade In Endangered Species Of Wild Fauna And Flora Art.15.2.b (b) For marine species, the Secretariat shall, upon receiving the text of the proposed amendment, immediately communicate it to the Parties. It shall also consult inter-governmental bodies having a function in relation to those species especially with a view to obtaining scientific data these bodies may be able to provide and to ensuring co-ordination with any conservation measures enforced by such bodies. The Secretariat shall communicate the views expressed and data provided by these bodies and its own findings and recommendations to the Parties as soon as possible.
2814 Convention On International Trade In Endangered Species Of Wild Fauna And Flora Art.15.2.d (d) Any Party may, within 60 days of the date on which the Secretariat communicated its recommendations to the Parties under sub-paragraph (b) or (c) of this paragraph, transmit to the Secretariat any comments on the proposed amendment together with any relevant scientific data and information.
2822 Convention On Fishing And Conservation Of The Living Resources In The Baltic Sea And the Belts Art.1.1x.bx #NAME?
2822 Convention On Fishing And Conservation Of The Living Resources In The Baltic Sea And the Belts Art.9.1.a a) to coordinate the management of the living resources in the Convention area by collecting, aggregating, analysing and disseminating statistical data, for example concerning catch, fishing effort, and other information,
2822 Convention On Fishing And Conservation Of The Living Resources In The Baltic Sea And the Belts Art.9.1.b b) to promote coordination, as appropriate, of scientific research and, when desirable, of joint programmes of` such research in the Convention area,
2822 Convention On Fishing And Conservation Of The Living Resources In The Baltic Sea And the Belts Art.9.1.c c) to prepare and submit recommendations based as far as practicable on results of the scientific research and concerning measures referred to in Article X for consideration of the Contracting States,
2822 Convention On Fishing And Conservation Of The Living Resources In The Baltic Sea And the Belts Art.9.1.d d) to examine information submitted by the Contracting States in accordance with Article XII paragraph 3.
2822 Convention On Fishing And Conservation Of The Living Resources In The Baltic Sea And the Belts Art.9.2 2. ln implementing its functions, the Commission shall, when appropriate, seek the services of the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES) and of other international technical and scientific organizations and shall make use of information provided by the official bodies of the Contracting States.
2822 Convention On Fishing And Conservation Of The Living Resources In The Baltic Sea And the Belts Art.12.3 3. Each Contracting State shall furnish to the Commission at such time and in such form as may be required by the Commission, the available statistical data and information referred to in Article IX paragraph l (a), as well as information on all actions taken by it in accordance with paragraphs l and 2 of this Article including information on control measures taken to ensure the application of the recommendations of the Commission.
2822 Convention On Fishing And Conservation Of The Living Resources In The Baltic Sea And the Belts Art.14.1x The provisions of this Convention shall not apply to operations conducted solely for the purpose of scientific investigations by vessels authorized by a Contracting State for that purpose, or to fish and other marine organisms taken in the course of such operations. Catch so taken shall not be sold, exposed or offered for sale.
2827 Agreement On Conservation Of Polar Bears Art.2.1x Each Contracting Party shall take appropriate action to protect the ecosystems of which polar bears are a part, with special attention to habitat components such as denning and feeding sites and migration patterns, and shall manage polar bear populations in accordance with sound conservation practices based on the best available scientific data.
2827 Agreement On Conservation Of Polar Bears Art.3.1.a a) for bona fide scientific purposes; or
2827 Agreement On Conservation Of Polar Bears Art.7.1x The Contracting Parties shall conduct national research programmes on polar bears, particularly research relating to the conservation and management of the species. They shall as appropriate co-ordinate such research with research carried out by other Parties, consult with other Parties on the management of migrating polar bear populations, and exchange information on research and management programmes, research results and data on bears taken.
2836 Implementing Agreement On The Technical Exchange Of Information In The Field Of Reactor Safety Research And Development To The Agreement on an International Energy Programme Pre.7 DETERMINED to reduce their dependence on imported oil by undertaking long-term co-operative efforts on conservation of energy, on accelerated development of alternative sources of energy, on research and development in the energy field and on uranium enrichment,
2836 Implementing Agreement On The Technical Exchange Of Information In The Field Of Reactor Safety Research And Development To The Agreement on an International Energy Programme Art.4.1 1. The Standing Group on Emergency Questions shall, on a continuing basis, review the effectiveness of the measures taken by each Participating Country to meet its emergency reserve commitment.
2836 Implementing Agreement On The Technical Exchange Of Information In The Field Of Reactor Safety Research And Development To The Agreement on an International Energy Programme Art.5.2 2. The Standing Group on Emergency Questions shall, on a continuing basis, review and assess:
2836 Implementing Agreement On The Technical Exchange Of Information In The Field Of Reactor Safety Research And Development To The Agreement on an International Energy Programme Art.5.2.ax -each Participating Country's program of demand restraint measures,
2836 Implementing Agreement On The Technical Exchange Of Information In The Field Of Reactor Safety Research And Development To The Agreement on an International Energy Programme Art.5.2.bx #NAME?
2836 Implementing Agreement On The Technical Exchange Of Information In The Field Of Reactor Safety Research And Development To The Agreement on an International Energy Programme Art.19.2 2. Within 48 hours of the Secretariat's reporting a finding, the Committee shall meet to review the accuracy of the data compiled and the information provided. The Committee shall report to the Governing Board within a further 48 hours. The report shall set out the views expressed by the members of the Committee, including any views regarding the handling of the emergency.
2836 Implementing Agreement On The Technical Exchange Of Information In The Field Of Reactor Safety Research And Development To The Agreement on an International Energy Programme Art.20.1 1. The Secretariat shall make a finding when cumulative daily emergency reserve drawdown obligations have reached or can reasonably be expected to reach 50 per cent of emergency reserve commitments. The Secretariat shall immediately report its finding to the members of the Management Committee and inform the Participating Countries thereof. The report shall include information on the oil situation.
2836 Implementing Agreement On The Technical Exchange Of Information In The Field Of Reactor Safety Research And Development To The Agreement on an International Energy Programme Art.20.2 2. Within 72 hours of the Secretariat's reporting such a finding, the Management Committee shall meet to review the data compiled and the information provided. On the basis of available information the Committee shall report to the Governing Board within a further 48 hours proposing measures required for meeting the necessities of the situation, including the increase in the level of mandatory demand restraint that may be necessary. The report shall set out the views expressed by the members of the Committee.
2836 Implementing Agreement On The Technical Exchange Of Information In The Field Of Reactor Safety Research And Development To The Agreement on an International Energy Programme Art.23.2 2. Within 72 hours of the Secretariat's reporting a finding, the Management Committee shall meet to review the data compiled and the information provided. It shall report to the Governing Board within a further 48 hours. The report shall set out the views expressed by the members of the Committee, including any views regarding the handling of the emergency.
2836 Implementing Agreement On The Technical Exchange Of Information In The Field Of Reactor Safety Research And Development To The Agreement on an International Energy Programme Art.27.1 1. Under the General Section of the Information System, the Participating Countries shall, on a regular basis, make available to the Secretariat information on the precise data identified in accordance with Article 29 on the following subjects relating to oil companies operating within their respective jurisdictions:
2836 Implementing Agreement On The Technical Exchange Of Information In The Field Of Reactor Safety Research And Development To The Agreement on an International Energy Programme Art.27.1.a (a) Corporate structure;
2836 Implementing Agreement On The Technical Exchange Of Information In The Field Of Reactor Safety Research And Development To The Agreement on an International Energy Programme Art.27.1.b (b) Financial structure, including balance sheets, profit and loss accounts, and taxes paid;
2836 Implementing Agreement On The Technical Exchange Of Information In The Field Of Reactor Safety Research And Development To The Agreement on an International Energy Programme Art.27.1.c (c) Capital investments realised;
2836 Implementing Agreement On The Technical Exchange Of Information In The Field Of Reactor Safety Research And Development To The Agreement on an International Energy Programme Art.27.1.d (d) Terms of arrangements for access to major sources of crude oil;
2836 Implementing Agreement On The Technical Exchange Of Information In The Field Of Reactor Safety Research And Development To The Agreement on an International Energy Programme Art.27.1.e (e) Current rates of production and anticipated changes therein;
2836 Implementing Agreement On The Technical Exchange Of Information In The Field Of Reactor Safety Research And Development To The Agreement on an International Energy Programme Art.27.1.f (f) Allocations of available crude supplies to affiliates and other customers (criteria and realisations);
2836 Implementing Agreement On The Technical Exchange Of Information In The Field Of Reactor Safety Research And Development To The Agreement on an International Energy Programme Art.27.1.g (g) Stocks;
2836 Implementing Agreement On The Technical Exchange Of Information In The Field Of Reactor Safety Research And Development To The Agreement on an International Energy Programme Art.27.1.h (h) Cost of crude oil and oil products;
2836 Implementing Agreement On The Technical Exchange Of Information In The Field Of Reactor Safety Research And Development To The Agreement on an International Energy Programme Art.27.1.i (i) Prices, including transfer prices to affiliates;
2836 Implementing Agreement On The Technical Exchange Of Information In The Field Of Reactor Safety Research And Development To The Agreement on an International Energy Programme Art.27.1.j (j) Other subjects, as decided by the Governing Board, acting by unanimity.
2836 Implementing Agreement On The Technical Exchange Of Information In The Field Of Reactor Safety Research And Development To The Agreement on an International Energy Programme Art.29.1 1. Within 60 days of the first day of the provisional application of this Agreement, and as appropriate thereafter, the Standing Group on the Oil Market shall submit a report to the Management Committee identifying the precise data within the list of subjects in Article 27, paragraph 1, which are required for the efficient operation of the General Section, and specifying the procedures for obtaining such data on a regular basis.
2836 Implementing Agreement On The Technical Exchange Of Information In The Field Of Reactor Safety Research And Development To The Agreement on an International Energy Programme Art.30.1x.cx -identify specific data which are useful and necessary to resolve such problems and issues;
2836 Implementing Agreement On The Technical Exchange Of Information In The Field Of Reactor Safety Research And Development To The Agreement on an International Energy Programme Art.30.1x.dx -work out precise standards for the harmonization of the required information in order to ensure comparability of the data;
2836 Implementing Agreement On The Technical Exchange Of Information In The Field Of Reactor Safety Research And Development To The Agreement on an International Energy Programme Art.33.1x Under the Special Section, the Participating Countries shall, on a regular basis, make available to the Secretariat information on the precise data identified in accordance with Article 34 on the following subjects:
2836 Implementing Agreement On The Technical Exchange Of Information In The Field Of Reactor Safety Research And Development To The Agreement on an International Energy Programme Art.33.1x.a (a) Oil consumption and supply;
2836 Implementing Agreement On The Technical Exchange Of Information In The Field Of Reactor Safety Research And Development To The Agreement on an International Energy Programme Art.33.1x.b (b) Demand restraint measures;
2836 Implementing Agreement On The Technical Exchange Of Information In The Field Of Reactor Safety Research And Development To The Agreement on an International Energy Programme Art.33.1x.c (c) Levels of emergency reserves;
2836 Implementing Agreement On The Technical Exchange Of Information In The Field Of Reactor Safety Research And Development To The Agreement on an International Energy Programme Art.33.1x.d (d) Availability and utilisation of transportation facilities;
2836 Implementing Agreement On The Technical Exchange Of Information In The Field Of Reactor Safety Research And Development To The Agreement on an International Energy Programme Art.33.1x.e (e) Current and projected levels of international supply and demand;
2836 Implementing Agreement On The Technical Exchange Of Information In The Field Of Reactor Safety Research And Development To The Agreement on an International Energy Programme Art.33.1x.f (f) Other subjects, as decided by the Governing Board, acting in unanimity.
2836 Implementing Agreement On The Technical Exchange Of Information In The Field Of Reactor Safety Research And Development To The Agreement on an International Energy Programme Art.34.1 1. Within 30 days of the first day of the provisional application of this Agreement, the Standing Group on Emergency Questions shall submit a report to the Management Committee identifying the precise data within the list of subjects in Article 33 which are required under the Special Section to ensure the efficient operation of emergency measures and specifying the procedures for obtaining such data on a regular basis, including accelerated procedures in times of emergency.
2836 Implementing Agreement On The Technical Exchange Of Information In The Field Of Reactor Safety Research And Development To The Agreement on an International Energy Programme Art.35.1x.bx -work out precise standards for the harmonization of the required information in order to ensure comparability of the data;
2836 Implementing Agreement On The Technical Exchange Of Information In The Field Of Reactor Safety Research And Development To The Agreement on an International Energy Programme Art.39.1 1. The Standing Group on the Oil Market shall, on a continuing basis, evaluate the results of the consultations with and the information collected from oil companies.
2836 Implementing Agreement On The Technical Exchange Of Information In The Field Of Reactor Safety Research And Development To The Agreement on an International Energy Programme Art.39.2 2. On the basis of these evaluations, the Standing Group may examine and assess the international oil situation and the position of the oil industry and shall report to the Management Committee.
2836 Implementing Agreement On The Technical Exchange Of Information In The Field Of Reactor Safety Research And Development To The Agreement on an International Energy Programme Art.42.1.a (a) Conservation of energy, including co-operative programs on
2836 Implementing Agreement On The Technical Exchange Of Information In The Field Of Reactor Safety Research And Development To The Agreement on an International Energy Programme Art.42.1.b (b) Development of alternative sources of energy such as domestic oil, coal, natural gas, nuclear energy and hydro-electric power, including co-operative programs on
2836 Implementing Agreement On The Technical Exchange Of Information In The Field Of Reactor Safety Research And Development To The Agreement on an International Energy Programme Art.42.1.c.i (c) Energy research and development, including as a matter of priority co-operative programs on
2836 Implementing Agreement On The Technical Exchange Of Information In The Field Of Reactor Safety Research And Development To The Agreement on an International Energy Programme Art.42.1.d (d) Uranium enrichment, including co-operative programs
2836 Implementing Agreement On The Technical Exchange Of Information In The Field Of Reactor Safety Research And Development To The Agreement on an International Energy Programme Art.42.1.d.i -to monitor developments in natural and enriched uranium supply;
2836 Implementing Agreement On The Technical Exchange Of Information In The Field Of Reactor Safety Research And Development To The Agreement on an International Energy Programme Art.42.1.d.ii -to facilitate development of natural uranium resources and enrichment services;
2836 Implementing Agreement On The Technical Exchange Of Information In The Field Of Reactor Safety Research And Development To The Agreement on an International Energy Programme Art.42.1.d.iv #NAME?
2836 Implementing Agreement On The Technical Exchange Of Information In The Field Of Reactor Safety Research And Development To The Agreement on an International Energy Programme Art.43.1 1. The Management Committee shall review the reports of the Standing Group and make appropriate proposals to the Governing Board, which shall decide on these proposals not later than 1st July, 1975.
2836 Implementing Agreement On The Technical Exchange Of Information In The Field Of Reactor Safety Research And Development To The Agreement on an International Energy Programme Art.44.1x The Participating Countries will endeavour to promote co-operative relations with oil producing countries and with other oil consuming countries, including developing countries. They will keep under review developments in the energy field with a view to identifying opportunities for and promoting a purposeful dialogue, as well as other forms of co-operation, with producer countries and with other consumer countries.
2836 Implementing Agreement On The Technical Exchange Of Information In The Field Of Reactor Safety Research And Development To The Agreement on an International Energy Programme Art.47.1x.ax -seek, in the light of their continuous review of developments in the international energy situation and its effect on the world economy, opportunities and means of encouraging stable international trade in oil and of promoting secure oil supplies on reas
2836 Implementing Agreement On The Technical Exchange Of Information In The Field Of Reactor Safety Research And Development To The Agreement on an International Energy Programme Art.47.1x.cx #NAME?
2836 Implementing Agreement On The Technical Exchange Of Information In The Field Of Reactor Safety Research And Development To The Agreement on an International Energy Programme Art.51.2 2. The Governing Board shall review periodically and take appropriate action concerning developments in the international energy situation, including problems relating to the oil supplies of any Participating Country or Countries, and the economic and monetary implications of these developments. In its activities concerning the economic and monetary implications of developments in the international energy situation, the Governing Board shall take into account the competence and activities of international institutions responsible for overall economic and monetary questions.
2836 Implementing Agreement On The Technical Exchange Of Information In The Field Of Reactor Safety Research And Development To The Agreement on an International Energy Programme Art.55.2 2. The Standing Group may review and report to the Management Committee on any matter within the scope of Chapters I to V and the Annex.
2836 Implementing Agreement On The Technical Exchange Of Information In The Field Of Reactor Safety Research And Development To The Agreement on an International Energy Programme Art.56.2 2. The Standing Group may review and report to the Management Committee on any matter within the scope of Chapters V and VI.
2836 Implementing Agreement On The Technical Exchange Of Information In The Field Of Reactor Safety Research And Development To The Agreement on an International Energy Programme Art.57.2 2. The Standing Group may review and report to the Management Committee on any matter within the scope of Chapter VII.
2836 Implementing Agreement On The Technical Exchange Of Information In The Field Of Reactor Safety Research And Development To The Agreement on an International Energy Programme Art.58.2 2. The Standing Group may review and report to the Management Committee on any matter within the scope of Chapter VIII.
2838 Agreement Concerning A Joint Project For Planning, Design, Experiment, Preparation, Performance And Reporting Of Reactor Safety Experiments Concerning Containment Response Pre.13 A JOINT PROJECT FOR PLANNING, DESIGN, EXPERIMENT PREPARATION, PERFORMANCE AND REPORTING OF REACTOR SAFETY EXPERIMENTS CONCERNING CONTAINMENT RESPONSE (hereinafter called "the project").
2838 Agreement Concerning A Joint Project For Planning, Design, Experiment, Preparation, Performance And Reporting Of Reactor Safety Experiments Concerning Containment Response Art.1.1x.bx #NAME?
2838 Agreement Concerning A Joint Project For Planning, Design, Experiment, Preparation, Performance And Reporting Of Reactor Safety Experiments Concerning Containment Response Art.1.1x.cx -the possibilities offered by the Marviken reactor for such large scale experiments, already demonstrated in an international project concerning full scale containment tests performed during 1972 and 1973
2838 Agreement Concerning A Joint Project For Planning, Design, Experiment, Preparation, Performance And Reporting Of Reactor Safety Experiments Concerning Containment Response Art.2.1x The purpose of this Agreement is to establish cooperation between the contracting parties in a project using jointly the Marviken reactor for certain safety experiments. The project covered by this Agreement comprises a joint programme for planning, design, experiment preparation, performance and reporting of reactor safety experiments concerning containment response.
2838 Agreement Concerning A Joint Project For Planning, Design, Experiment, Preparation, Performance And Reporting Of Reactor Safety Experiments Concerning Containment Response Art.3.1x The scope of the project is to prepare and perform containment response tests at Marviken within the framework of an international cooperation.
2838 Agreement Concerning A Joint Project For Planning, Design, Experiment, Preparation, Performance And Reporting Of Reactor Safety Experiments Concerning Containment Response Art.3.4x.b b) experiment preparation and performance of the test programme and
2838 Agreement Concerning A Joint Project For Planning, Design, Experiment, Preparation, Performance And Reporting Of Reactor Safety Experiments Concerning Containment Response Art.3.4x.c c) data reduction and reporting of data and interpretation of results
2838 Agreement Concerning A Joint Project For Planning, Design, Experiment, Preparation, Performance And Reporting Of Reactor Safety Experiments Concerning Containment Response Art.4.3 3. A committee, called the Technical Advisory Committee (TAC), shall be established. The committee shall be composed of senior technical experts. Each contracting party having a share of 20 % of the total budget shall have the right to designate two members and each contracting party having a share of less than 20 % shall have the right to designate one member. The committee has the authority to direct the project manager on technical matters within the scope, cost and time schedule of the programme. Differences in opinion between the TAC members shall be resolved by the vote following the same procedure as applies to the voting in the board. If the project manager considers a proposal from the TAC to lead to an increase in costs or to a prolongation of the time schedule, the matter shall immediately be brought by him to the attention of the board for decision. Pending the decision of the board, no action shall be taken by the project manager that may infringe upon the freedom of the board to decide. The project manager shall be in attendance at the meetings of the committee.
2838 Agreement Concerning A Joint Project For Planning, Design, Experiment, Preparation, Performance And Reporting Of Reactor Safety Experiments Concerning Containment Response Art.4.5 5. AES undertakes to render the necessary technical and administrative services and to procure the material for implementation of the project. Legal acts relating to the carrying out of the project shall be performed by AES on behalf of the contracting parties.
2838 Agreement Concerning A Joint Project For Planning, Design, Experiment, Preparation, Performance And Reporting Of Reactor Safety Experiments Concerning Containment Response Art.5.2 2. As no development work on instrumentation or other equipment is planned within the project it is vitally important that the board makes it their responsibility to supervise that only well proven and tested instrumentation and other equipment is used for the experiments. At the end of the preparation phase the board shall review the situation regarding the installed instrumentation and other equipment and its formal approval is required for the start of the experimental phase.
2838 Agreement Concerning A Joint Project For Planning, Design, Experiment, Preparation, Performance And Reporting Of Reactor Safety Experiments Concerning Containment Response Art.5.3 3. At least after every second blowdown the TAC shall decide whether the blowdown and measurement conditions have concurred with the general descriptions of the experiments in the agreement and whether the information achieved is complete enough to be useful or if the experiments should be repeated. This decision shall be communicated to the board members immediately
2838 Agreement Concerning A Joint Project For Planning, Design, Experiment, Preparation, Performance And Reporting Of Reactor Safety Experiments Concerning Containment Response Art.9.1.ax -Insurance of the equipment procured for the experimental work against fire, explosion, water pipe damage and/or damage to machinery, amounting to a total coverage of Skr 8 million.
2841 Convention For The Protection Of The Mediterranean Sea Against Pollution Art.11.1 1. The Contracting Parties. undertake as far as possible to co-operate directly, or when appropriate through competent regional or other international organizations, in the fields of science and technology and to exchange data as well as other scientific information for the purpose of this Convention.
2841 Convention For The Protection Of The Mediterranean Sea Against Pollution Art.11.2 2. The Contracting Parties undertake as far as possible to develop and co-ordinate their national research programmes relating to all types of marine pollution in the Mediterranean Sea area and to co-operate in the establishment and implementation of regional and other international research programmes for the purposes of this Convention.
2841 Convention For The Protection Of The Mediterranean Sea Against Pollution Art.11.3 3. The Contracting Parties undertake to co-operate in the provision of technical and other possible assistance in fields relating to marine pollution, with priority to be given to the special needs of developing countries in the Mediterranean region.
2845 European Convention For The Protection Of Animals Kept For Farming Purposes Art.3.1x Animals shall be housed and provided with food, water and care in a manner which - having regard to their species and to their degree of development, adaptation and domestication - is appropriate to their physiological and ethological needs in accordance with established experience and scientific knowledge.
2845 European Convention For The Protection Of Animals Kept For Farming Purposes Art.4.2 2. Where an animal is continuously or regularly tethered or confined, it shall be given the space appropriate to its physiological and ethological needs in accordance with established experience and scientific knowledge.
2845 European Convention For The Protection Of Animals Kept For Farming Purposes Art.5.1x The lighting, temperature, humidity, air circulation, ventilation, and other environmental conditions such as gas concentration or noise intensity in the place in which an animal is housed, shall - having regard to its species and to its degree of development, adaptation and domestication - conform to its physiological and ethological needs in accordance with established experience and scientific knowledge.
2845 European Convention For The Protection Of Animals Kept For Farming Purposes Art.7.1 1. The condition and state of health of animals shall be thoroughly inspected at intervals sufficient to avoid unnecessary suffering and in the case of animals kept in modern intensive stock-farming at least once a day.
2845 European Convention For The Protection Of Animals Kept For Farming Purposes Art.7.2 2. The technical equipment used in modern intensive stock-farming systems shall be thoroughly inspected at least once a day, and any defect discovered shall be remedied with the least possible delay. When a defect cannot be remedied forthwith, all temporary measures necessary to safeguard the welfare of the animals shall be taken immediately.
2845 European Convention For The Protection Of Animals Kept For Farming Purposes Art.9.1 1. The Standing Committee shall be responsible for the elaboration and adoption of recommendations to the Contracting Parties containing detailed provisions for the implementation of the principles set out in Chapter I of this Convention, to be based on scientific knowledge concerning the various species of animals.
2845 European Convention For The Protection Of Animals Kept For Farming Purposes Art.9.2 2. For the purpose of carrying out its responsibilities under paragraph 1 of this article, the Standing Committee shall follow developments in scientific research and new methods in animal husbandry.
2846 Agreement Regarding Monitoring Of The Stratosphere Art.2.0x The three Governments shall seek ways to improve the collection and accelerate the processing, exchange and analysis of stratospheric ozone data, working both individually and in collaboration. Among the steps to be studied are:
2846 Agreement Regarding Monitoring Of The Stratosphere Art.2.1 1. continuing and expanding data collection from ground stations and from instruments on satellites, balloons, rockets and high altitude aircraft, including Concorde;
2846 Agreement Regarding Monitoring Of The Stratosphere Art.2.2 2. exchanging and interpreting data acquired by various methods, and undertaking intercomparison studies to identify possibilities for improving the techniques used both for data acquisition and analysis;
2846 Agreement Regarding Monitoring Of The Stratosphere Art.2.3 3. initiating an analysis of the suitability of the design, operation and overall integration of existing and planned ozone monitoring systems for the detection of long-term trends and fluctuations in hemispheric and global ozone levels, and recommending appropriate modifications of these systems. The analysis should take into account related work underway or planned by international organisations and other governments.
2846 Agreement Regarding Monitoring Of The Stratosphere Art.3.1x The three Governments agree to increase the exchange of information concerning stratospheric research and analysis programmes and projects underway or planned in the three countries, and to pursue opportunities for expanded coordination and collaboration. Particular attention shall be paid in the United States to, inter alia, the High Altitude Pollution Program of the Federal Aviation Administration and relevant work of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration and the Environmental Protection Agency; in France to the activities of the Comité sur les conséquences des vols stratosphériques as well as those of the Délégation Générale á la Recherche Scientifique et Technique Committee on Coordinated Action in regard to the stratosphere; and in the United Kingdom to relevant research of the Department of the Environment.
2846 Agreement Regarding Monitoring Of The Stratosphere Art.4.1x.ax -to continue cooperative research activities already underway or being designed to further the understanding of the composition and behaviour of the stratosphere;
2846 Agreement Regarding Monitoring Of The Stratosphere Art.4.1x.bx #NAME?
2846 Agreement Regarding Monitoring Of The Stratosphere Art.4.1x.cx #NAME?
2846 Agreement Regarding Monitoring Of The Stratosphere Art.4.2x.ax #NAME?
2846 Agreement Regarding Monitoring Of The Stratosphere Art.5.1x The three Governments agree to encourage the International Civil Aviation Organisation to undertake an evaluation of the scientific basis, future need and feasibility of developing international standards for stratospheric pollution caused by civil aviation and to make appropriate recommendations as necessary.
2846 Agreement Regarding Monitoring Of The Stratosphere Art.6.1x For purposes of reviewing progress made in the implementation of activities initiated or continued in accordance with this Agreement, and to carry out further planning of cooperative studies, research and related activities, the three Governments shall arrange for periodic consultations which may include, inter alia, meetings of policy planners or technical experts.
2846 Agreement Regarding Monitoring Of The Stratosphere Art.7.1x Reports of progress made and data obtained under this Agreement shall be exchanged each six months by the three Governments.
2852 North American Plant Protection Convention Pre.8.2.A A. Keeping under constant review new records and outbreaks of plant pests:
2852 North American Plant Protection Convention Pre.9.2.B B. Monitoring the movement and spread of established plants pests of concern to the parties of this Agreement:
2852 North American Plant Protection Convention Pre.10.2.C C. Reviewing progress in detection, eradication and control of plant pests of crops of major importance in North America:
2852 North American Plant Protection Convention Pre.11.2.D D. Reviewing plant quarantine measures adopted by participating governments and proposing revisions to existing plant quarantine measures and establishment of new measures moving toward uniform plant quarantine regulations:
2852 North American Plant Protection Convention Pre.12.2.E E. Examining and studying problems in plant quarantine and closely related fields:
2852 North American Plant Protection Convention Pre.14.2.G G. Promoting arrangements for the training or technical personnel in the fields of plant quarantine and plant protection:
2852 North American Plant Protection Convention Pre.15.2.H H. Exchanging research and development information relating to plant pests and their control:
2852 North American Plant Protection Convention Pre.17.2.J J. Jointly participating in programs of research and methods development relating to plant protection and quarantine: and
2857 Convention On The Protection Of The Rhine Against Pollution By Chlorides Art.2.2 2. In order to achieve the objective indicated in the preceding paragraph, the French Government will, under the conditions set forth in Annex I of this Convention, install an injection system in the sub- soil of Alsace in order to reduce over a period of ten years the discharges from the Alsace Potassium Mines by an initial quantity of 20 kg/s of chloride ions. The installation shall be constructed as soon as possible, no later than 18 months after the entry into force of the Convention. The French Government will report regularly to the International Commission for the Protection of the Rhine against Pollution (herein-after designated "the International Commission").
2857 Convention On The Protection Of The Rhine Against Pollution By Chlorides Art.2.3 3. The Contracting Parties are agreed that the French Government will after consideration of the results obtained during the initial stage described in paragraph 2, take all steps necessary to achieve before January 1, 1980 the objective set forth in paragraph 1, by injection into the Alsatian sub-soil or by other means, subject to an agreement on the technical terms and conditions of the project and on the financing of the costs relating thereto.
2857 Convention On The Protection Of The Rhine Against Pollution By Chlorides Art.2.4 4. The French Government will present an over-all plan on the technical terms and conditions and the costs of the measures to be taken pursuant to paragraph 3.
2857 Convention On The Protection Of The Rhine Against Pollution By Chlorides Art.3.5 5. Each Contracting Party will send an annual report to the International Commission which shall indicate as precisely as possible the increase in the chloride-ion concentration in the waters of the Rhine. This report shall be based on all significant data from pertinent national programs and shall distinguish discharges greater than 1 kg/s from other discharges. Should such a distinction be impossible to make, it must be reported to the International Commission.
2857 Convention On The Protection Of The Rhine Against Pollution By Chlorides Art.4.2 2. The French Government, or any other requesting Party, will immediately inform the International Commission of the situation and will provide data on the extent and nature of the danger.
2857 Convention On The Protection Of The Rhine Against Pollution By Chlorides Art.6.1x The International Commission shall present to the Contracting Parties within four years of the entry into force of the Convention proposals concerning the means to achieve progressively a new chloride-ion concentration limitation over the entire course of the Rhine.
2857 Convention On The Protection Of The Rhine Against Pollution By Chlorides Art.7.3 3. The Contracting Parties will deliberate following the presentation of the over-all plan provided for in Article 2 (4) and at the request of the French Government, on the financing of the measures to be carried out in application of Article 2 (3) on the basis of the prorating given in paragraph 2 above. The costs of preliminary research particularly relating to studies and exploration, and, in addition, the unforeseen expenses not covered by the financing of the first stage shall likewise be included in the financing plan.
2857 Convention On The Protection Of The Rhine Against Pollution By Chlorides Art.12.1 1. Each Contracting Party concerned will be responsible at the appropriate measuring stations for the installation and operation of the measuring equipment and systems serving to check the concentration of chloride ions in the waters of the Rhine.
2857 Convention On The Protection Of The Rhine Against Pollution By Chlorides Art.12.2 2. The chloride-ion concentrations shall be determined on the basis of the measurements carried out according to the recommendations of the International Commission.
2857 Convention On The Protection Of The Rhine Against Pollution By Chlorides Art.12.3 3. The Contracting Parties will report to the International Commission regularly and at least every six months the results of the checks carried out pursuant to paragraph 1 above.
2858 Convention For The Protection Of The Rhine Against Chemical Pollution Pre.7 Convinced that international action for the protection of the Rhine against chemical pollution must be assessed in conjunction with other efforts to protect the Rhine, particularly efforts to conclude agreements against pollution by chlorides and thermal pollution, and that such action is one of the continuous and coherent measures to protect fresh water and sea water from pollution;
2858 Convention For The Protection Of The Rhine Against Chemical Pollution Art.1.1.a a) eliminate pollution of the surface waters of the Rhine basin by dangerous substances in the families and groups of substances appearing in Annex I (hereinafter referred to as "Annex I substances"). The purpose of the measures is to effect substances, taking into account the findings of investigations carried out by experts separately for each one of them and the available technical means;
2858 Convention For The Protection Of The Rhine Against Chemical Pollution Art.1.1.b b) reduce the pollution of the Rhine by the dangerous substances in the families and groups of substances appearing in Annex II (hereinafter referred to as "Annex II substances").
2858 Convention For The Protection Of The Rhine Against Chemical Pollution Art.2.1 1. The Governments which are Parties to this Convention shall, pursuant to Annex III (1), establish for their own use a national inventory of discharges into the surface waters of the Rhine basin which may contain substances listed in Annex I, which are subject to emission standards.
2858 Convention For The Protection Of The Rhine Against Chemical Pollution Art.5.2.dx.iiix taking into account the best available technical means.
2858 Convention For The Protection Of The Rhine Against Chemical Pollution Art.5.4 4. The International Commission shall use the results obtained at international measuring points to determine the extent to which the level of Annex I substances in the Rhine varies following the application of the above provisions.
2858 Convention For The Protection Of The Rhine Against Chemical Pollution Art.8.1 1. The Contracting Parties shall ensure that discharges are monitored in accordance with this Convention.
2858 Convention For The Protection Of The Rhine Against Chemical Pollution Art.10.1 1. With a view to monitoring levels in the Rhine of Annex I and II substances, each Government concerned shall take responsibility at the agreed measuring stations on the Rhine for installing and operating measuring systems and apparatus for determining the concentrations of such substances.
2858 Convention For The Protection Of The Rhine Against Chemical Pollution Art.11.1x If a Government which is a Party to this Commission detects a sudden considerable increase in Annex I or II substances, or learns of an accident which could seriously threaten the quality of Rhine water, it shall inform the International Commission and the Contracting Parties which could be affected without delay and in accordance with a procedure to be worked out by the International Commission.
2863 Treaty On The International Recognition Of The Deposit Of Microorganisms For The Purposes Of Patent Procedure Art.6.2.ii (ii) have the necessary staff and facilities, as prescribed in the Regulations, to perform its scientific and administrative tasks under this Treaty;
2883 Treaty For Amazonian Cooperation Art.6.2x PARAGRAPH: For this purpose, they shall carry out studies into the means for eliminating physical obstacles to the said navigation as well as the economic and financial implications so as to put into effect the most appropriate operational measures.
2883 Treaty For Amazonian Cooperation Art.7.1x.a a. Promote scientific research and exchange information and technical personnel among the competent agencies within the respective countries so as to increase their knowledge of the flora and fauna of their Amazon territories and prevent and control diseases in said territories.
2883 Treaty For Amazonian Cooperation Art.8.1x The Contracting Parties decide to promote coordination of the present health services in their respective Amazonian territories and to take other appropriate measures to improve the sanitary conditions in the region and perfect methods for preventing and combating epidemics.
2883 Treaty For Amazonian Cooperation Art.9.0x The Contracting Parties agree to establish close cooperation in the fields of scientific and technological research, for the purpose of creating more suitable conditions for the acceleration of the economic and social development of the region.
2883 Treaty For Amazonian Cooperation Art.9.1 PARAGRAPH ONE: For purposes of this Treaty, the technical and scientific cooperation among the Contracting Parties may be as follows:
2883 Treaty For Amazonian Cooperation Art.9.1x.a a. Joint or coordinated implementation of research and development programs;
2883 Treaty For Amazonian Cooperation Art.9.1x.b b. Creation and operation of research institutions or centers for improvement and experimental production;
2883 Treaty For Amazonian Cooperation Art.9.1x.c c. Organization of seminars and conferences, exchange of information and documentation, and organization of means for their dissemination.
2883 Treaty For Amazonian Cooperation Art.9.2 PARAGRAPH TWO: The Contracting Parties may, whensoever they deem it necessary and convenient, request the participation of international agencies in the execution of studies, programs and projects resulting from the forms of technical and scientific cooperation defined in Paragraph One of this Article.
2883 Treaty For Amazonian Cooperation Art.10.1x The Contracting Parties agree on the advisability of creating a suitable physical infrastructure among their respective countries, especially in relation to transportation and communications. They therefore undertake to study the most harmonious ways of establishing or improving road, river, air and telecommunication links bearing in mind the plans and programs of each country aimed at attaining the priority goal of fully incorporating those respective Amazonian territories into their respective national economies,
2883 Treaty For Amazonian Cooperation Art.11.1x In order to increase the rational utilization of the human and natural resources of their respective Amazonian territories, the Contracting Parties agree to encourage joint studies and measures aimed at promoting the economic and social development of said territories and generating complementary methods for reinforcing the actions envisaged in the national plans of their respective territories.
2883 Treaty For Amazonian Cooperation Art.17.0x The Contracting Parties shall present initiatives for undertaking studies for the elaboration of programs of common interest for developing their Amazonian territories and in general terms provide for the fulfillment of the actions contemplated in the present Treaty.
2883 Treaty For Amazonian Cooperation Art.21.0x.4 4. To take under consideration initiatives and plans present by the Parties as well as to adopt decisions for undertaking bilateral or multilateral studies and plans, the execution of which as the case may be, shall be the duty of the Permanent National Commissions.
2883 Treaty For Amazonian Cooperation Art.24.1x Whenever necessary, the Contracting Parties may set up special Commissions to study specific problems or matters related to the aims of this Treaty.
2884 International Convention On Standards Of Training, Certification And Watchkeeping For Seafarers Art.4.1.b (b) full details, where appropriate, of contents and duration of study courses, together with their national examination and other requirements for each certificate issued in compliance with the Convention;
2884 International Convention On Standards Of Training, Certification And Watchkeeping For Seafarers Art.11.1 (1) Parties to the Convention shall promote, in consultation with, and with the assistance of, the Organization, support for those Parties which request technical assistance for:
2884 International Convention On Standards Of Training, Certification And Watchkeeping For Seafarers Art.11.1.a (a) training of administrative and technical personnel;
2884 International Convention On Standards Of Training, Certification And Watchkeeping For Seafarers Art.11.1.b (b) establishment of institutions for the training of seafarers;
2884 International Convention On Standards Of Training, Certification And Watchkeeping For Seafarers Art.11.1.c (c) supply of equipment and facilities for training institutions;
2884 International Convention On Standards Of Training, Certification And Watchkeeping For Seafarers Art.11.1.d (d) development of adequate training programmes, including practical training on sea-going ships; and
2884 International Convention On Standards Of Training, Certification And Watchkeeping For Seafarers Art.11.1.e (e) facilitation of other measures and arrangements to enhance the qualifications of seafarers;
2884 International Convention On Standards Of Training, Certification And Watchkeeping For Seafarers Art.11.1.fx preferably on a national, sub-regional or regional basis, to further the aims and purposes of the Convention, taking into account the special needs of developing countries in this regard.
2888 Convention On Future Multilateral Cooperation In The Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Art.6.1.a (a) to provide a forum for consultation and cooperation among the Contracting Parties with respect to the study, appraisal and exchange of scientific information and views relating to the fisheries of the Convention Area, including environmental and ecological factors affecting these fisheries, and to encourage and promote cooperation among the Contracting Parties in scientific research designed to fill gaps in knowledge pertaining to these matters;
2888 Convention On Future Multilateral Cooperation In The Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Art.6.1.b (b) to compile and maintain statistics and records and to publish or disseminate reports, information and materials pertaining to the fisheries of the Convention Area, including environmental and ecological factors affecting these fisheries;
2888 Convention On Future Multilateral Cooperation In The Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Art.6.1.c (c) to provide scientific advice to coastal States, where requested to do so pursuant to Article VII; and
2888 Convention On Future Multilateral Cooperation In The Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Art.6.1.d (d) to provide scientific advice to the Fisheries Commission, pursuant to Article VIII or on its own initiative as required for the purposes of the Commission.
2888 Convention On Future Multilateral Cooperation In The Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Art.6.3 3. The Contracting Parties shall furnish to the Scientific Council any available statistical and scientific information requested by the Council for the purpose of this Article.
2888 Convention On Future Multilateral Cooperation In The Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Art.7.1 1. The Scientific Council shall, at the request of a coastal State, consider and report on any question pertaining to the scientific basis for the management and conservation of fishery resources in waters under the fisheries jurisdiction of that coastal State within the Convention Area.
2888 Convention On Future Multilateral Cooperation In The Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Art.7.2.b (b) where scientific estimates or predictions are sought, a description of any relevant factors or assumptions to be taken into account; and
2888 Convention On Future Multilateral Cooperation In The Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Art.8.1x The Scientific Council shall consider and report on any question referred to it by the Fisheries Commission pertaining to the scientific basis for the management and conservation of fishery resources within the Regulatory Area and shall take into account the terms of reference specified by the Fisheries Commission in respect of that question.
2888 Convention On Future Multilateral Cooperation In The Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Art.10.1 1. Scientific advice to be provided by the Scientific Council pursuant to this Convention shall be determined by consensus. Where consensus cannot be achieved, the Council shall set out in its report all views advanced on the matter under consideration.
2888 Convention On Future Multilateral Cooperation In The Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Art.11.8 8. The Commission may refer to the Scientific Council any question pertaining to the scientific basis for the management and conservation of fishery resources within the Regulatory Area and shall specify terms of reference for the consideration of that question.
2888 Convention On Future Multilateral Cooperation In The Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Art.20.1 1. The Convention Area shall be divided into scientific and statistical sub-areas, divisions and subdivisions, the boundaries of which shall be those defined in Annex III to this Convention.
2888 Convention On Future Multilateral Cooperation In The Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Art.20.2 2. On the request of the Scientific Council, the General Council may by a two-thirds majority vote of all Contracting Parties, if deemed necessary for scientific or statistical purposes, modify the boundaries of the scientific and statistical sub-areas, divisions and subdivisions set out in Annex 111, provided that each coastal State exercising fisheries jurisdiction in any part of the area affected concurs in such action.