GESAMP

AcronymDefinition
GESAMPGroup of Experts on the Scientific Aspects of Marine Environmental Protection (UK)
GESAMPJoint Group of Experts on the Scientific Aspects of Marine Pollution (former name)
GESAMPJoint Group of Experts on the Scientific Aspects of Marine Environment Protection (current name)
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The complete methodology for information gathering and conduct of work of the GESAMP Ballast Water Working Group (BWWG) can be found in the IMO Circular BWM.2/Circ.13/ Rev.2 April 15, 2014.
[10] GESAMP (1997) Join group of expert on scientific aspects of marine environmental potation: impact of oil and related chemicals and Najles on marine environmental pop Stud.
GESAMP (IMO/FAO/IOC-UNESCO/WMO/WHO/IAEA/UN/UNEP JOINT GROUP OF EXPERTS ON THE SCIENTIFIC ASPECTS OF MARINE ENVIRONMENTALPROTECTION).
Puede proveer proteccion contra la intoxicacion por nitrilos (GESAMP, 1997).
A report prepared in 2001 for the United Nations, entitled "Protecting the Oceans from Land-based Activities" (GESAMP, 2001), indicates "sewage levels classed as acceptable are making people ill." A World Health Organization report estimated that one bather in 20, in waters defined as acceptable for swimming, would become ill after going into the water just once.
Presently, 60% of the world's population is estimated to live in coastal areas (GESAMP 2001).
Participation is often, particularly in preliminary meetings, by expert advisory groups of specialists such as the Joint Group of Experts on Scientific Aspects of Marine Environmental Protection (GESAMP), the International Council of Scientific Unions (ICSU), and umbrella industry NGOs, such as the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC).
Joint Group of Experts on the Scientific Aspects of the Marine Pollution (GESAMP): The State of the Marine Environment, UNEP Regional Seas Reports and Studies No.
Visible signs of detrimental inputs of terrestrial sediments, degradable and non-degradable "contaminants" sensu GESAMP (1990) are rising in number and remain unabated.