Davor Vidas
Davor Vidas
Research Professor in International Law, The Fridtjof Nansen Institute, Norway
Verified email at fni.no
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The Anthropocene is functionally and stratigraphically distinct from the Holocene
CN Waters, J Zalasiewicz, C Summerhayes, AD Barnosky, C Poirier, ...
Science 351 (6269), 2016
When did the Anthropocene begin? A mid-twentieth century boundary level is stratigraphically optimal
J Zalasiewicz, CN Waters, M Williams, AD Barnosky, A Cearreta, ...
Quaternary International 383, 196-203, 2015
The Working Group on the Anthropocene: Summary of evidence and interim recommendations
J Zalasiewicz, CN Waters, CP Summerhayes, AP Wolfe, AD Barnosky, ...
Anthropocene 19, 55-60, 2017
Stratigraphic and Earth System approaches to defining the Anthropocene
W Steffen, R Leinfelder, J Zalasiewicz, CN Waters, M Williams, ...
Earth's Future 4 (8), 324-345, 2016
Governing the Antarctic: the effectiveness and legitimacy of the Antarctic Treaty System
OS Stokke, D Vidas
Cambridge University Press, 1996
Scale and diversity of the physical technosphere: A geological perspective
J Zalasiewicz, M Williams, CN Waters, AD Barnosky, J Palmesino, ...
The Anthropocene Review 4 (1), 9-22, 2017
Making the case for a formal Anthropocene Epoch: an analysis of ongoing critiques
J Zalasiewicz, CN Waters, AP Wolfe, AD Barnosky, A Cearreta, ...
The Anthropocene: a conspicuous stratigraphical signal of anthropogenic changes in production and consumption across the biosphere
M Williams, J Zalasiewicz, CN Waters, M Edgeworth, C Bennett, ...
Earth's Future 4 (3), 34-53, 2016
The Anthropocene and the international law of the sea
D Vidas
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society - A 369 (1938), 909-925, 2011
Colonization of the Americas,‘Little Ice Age’climate, and bomb-produced carbon: Their role in defining the Anthropocene
Anthropocene Working Group:, J Zalasiewicz, CN Waters, AD Barnosky, ...
The Anthropocene Review 2 (2), 117-127, 2015
Protecting the Polar Marine Environment: Law and Policy for Pollution Prevention
D Vidas
Cambridge University Press, 2000
Implementing the environmental protection regime for the Antarctic
D Vidas
Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2000
The UN Convention on the Law of the Sea, the European Union and the Rule of Law: What is going on in the Adriatic Sea?
D Vidas
The International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law 24 (1), 1-66, 2009
Order for the Oceans at the Turn of the Century
D Vidas, W Østreng
Kluwer Law International, 1999
Sea-level rise and international law: At the convergence of two epochs
D Vidas
Climate Law 4 (1-2), 70-84, 2014
International law for the Anthropocene? Shifting perspectives in regulation of the oceans, environment and genetic resources
D Vidas, OK Fauchald, Ø Jensen, MW Tvedt
Anthropocene 9, 1-13, 2015
Effectiveness and legitimacy of international regimes
OS Stokke, D Vidas
Governing the Antarctic: The effectiveness and legitimacy of the Antarctic …, 1996
A formal Anthropocene is compatible with but distinct from its diachronous anthropogenic counterparts: a response to W.F. Ruddiman’s ‘three-flaws in defining a formal Anthropocene
CN J Zalasiewicz, Waters, MJ Head, C Poirier, CP Summerhayes, ...
Progress in Physical Geography 1, 15, 2019
Emerging law of the sea issues in the Antarctic maritime area: A heritage for the new century?
D Vidas
Ocean Development & International Law 31 (1-2), 197-222, 2000
What is the Anthropocene—and why is it relevant for international law?
D Vidas, J Zalasiewicz, M Williams
Yearbook of International Environmental Law 25 (1), 3-23, 2015
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