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OCLObject Constraint Language
OCLOther Current Liabilities (debt)
OCLosteoclast-like (cell)
OCLOrthodox Christian Laity
OCLOpen Content License
OCLOpen Community License
OCLOs2 Class Library
OCLOne Care Live
OCLOpen Cli Library
OCLOperator Control Language
OCLOperator Command Language
OCLOverall Connection Loss
OCLOverhead Contact Line (electric power)
OCLOff Campus Learning (various locations)
OCLOcean and Coastal Law (various schools)
OCLOutput Capacitor-Less (audio electronics)
OCLOperational Control Level
OCLObstacle Clearance Limit (aviation)
OCLOpen Circuit Inductance
OCLOff Campus Lunch (various locations)
OCLOcean Climate Laboratory (NOAA/NODC)
OCLOffice of Community Liaison
OCLOverall Cost Leadership
OCLOcean County Library System (Toms River, NJ)
OCLOrthopedic Casting Laboratory (Eudora, KS)
OCLOverall Cartridge Length
OCLOld Light Cruiser (US Navy)
OCLOrdnance Circular Letters (US Navy)
OCLOpen Computing Language
OCLOffshore Cryogenic Loading (System)
OCLOperations Coordination Letter
OCLOscoda County Library (Mio, Michigan)
OCLOffice of Congressional Liaisons
OCLOrganic Coatings Laboratory (Navy)
OCLObligation Cost Level
OCLOptical Carrier Levels
OCLOperation/Operator Control Language
OCLOpen Compatibility License
OCLobservation check list
OCLOutdoor Ceation Ltd. (UK)
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2009), "The Public Order of Ports," Ocean and Coastal Law Journal 14(2): 159, 163.
2006), "The United States and the Law of the Sea Convention: Sliding Back from Accession and Ratification," Ocean and Coastal Law Journal 11(1/2): 10.
The Sea Grant Law Center (SGLC; Oxford, MS), an organization that contributes to the field of ocean and coastal law and policy through analysis of current issues and the publication of their research results, in cooperation with the University of Mississippi Law School, has begun the publication of "Sea Grant Law & Policy Journal," an online journal written to provide a forum for the discussion and exploration of legal topics of relevance to the Sea Grant network of extension agents, researchers, coastal managers and users, practitioners and local decision-makers.
Sources include Ocean and Coastal Law Journal, California Western International Law Journal, International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law, and International and Comparative Law Quarterly, among others--with one selection as old as 1948, another from 1970, a good number from the 1980s and 1990s, and others from the past few years.
36) The Council has been working to update the 1997 California inventory of ocean and coastal laws in preparation of the California Ocean Resources Management plan, similar to the effort by USCOP to inventory federal laws.