Items where Subject is "V Naval Science > V Naval Science (General)"
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Arthur, Brian (2009) The Royal Navy and economic warfare in North America, 1812-1815. PhD thesis, University of Greenwich.
Davey, James (2009) War, naval logistics and the British state: supplying the Baltic fleet 1808-1812. PhD thesis, University of Greenwich.
de La Fayette, Louise Angélique (2009) A new regime for the conservation and sustainable use of marine biodiversity and genetic resources beyond the limits of national jurisdiction. The International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law, 24 (2). pp. 221-280. ISSN 0927-3522 (Print), 1571-8085 (Online) (doi:10.1163/157180809X421752)
Gunasekaran, Periasamy (2012) Port security in a developing country – pre and post 9/11 terrorist attacks: a case study on Port Klang in Malaysia. PhD thesis, University of Greenwich.
Haines, Steven (2014) 1907 Hague Convention VIII relative to the laying of automatic submarine contact mines. International Law Studies, 90. pp. 412-445.
Ja'afar, Sabirin Bin (2007) International law of the sea and national legislation on piracy and terrorism in the straits of Malacca: a study in law and policy. PhD thesis, University of Greenwich.
Knight, Roger and Wilcox, Martin (2010) Sustaining the fleet, 1793-1815: War, the British Navy and the contractor state. Boydell & Brewer, Woodbridge, Suffolk, UK. ISBN 9781843835646
Lilley, Terence Dawson (2012) Operations of the tenth cruiser squadron: a challenge for the Royal Navy and its reserves. PhD thesis, University of Greenwich.
Palmer, Sarah (2011) The power of prestige: the Cunard Line and the British Government in the Postwar era. In: University of Greenwich History Research Seminar, 7 November 2011, University of Greenwich, London. (Unpublished)
Pauksztat, Birgit (2016) Effects of job demands and social interactions on fatigue in short sea cargo shipping. Maritime Policy & Management. ISSN 0308-8839 (Print), 1464-5254 (Online) (In Press)
Pearce, Cathryn Jean (2007) "So barbarous a practice": Cornish wrecking, ca. 1700-1860, and its survival as popular myth. PhD thesis, University of Greenwich.
Preston, Virginia (2008) Constructing communities: living and working in the Royal Navy, c.1830-1860. PhD thesis, University of Greenwich.
Ryan, Joan (2011) Women naval dockyard workers in two 19th century dockyard towns: Chatham and Plymouth. MPhil thesis, University of Greenwich.
Skidmore, Peter Fletcher (2009) The maritime economy of north west England in the later eighteenth century. PhD thesis, University of Greenwich.
Ware, Chris (2008) In search of subsidy: shipowners, government and the British Tramp Shipping crisis, 1930-1938. In: Starkey, David J. and Murphy, Hugh, (eds.) Beyond Shipping and Shipbuilding: Britain’s Ancillary Maritime Interests in the Twentieth Century. Maritime Historical Studies Centre, University of Hull, Hull, UK.
Widd, Peter G. (2008) The seafarer, piracy and the law: a human rights approach. PhD thesis, University of Greenwich.
Wilcox, Martin (2011) The “Mystery and Business” of Navy Agents, c. 1700-1820. International Journal of Maritime History, XXIII (2). pp. 41-68. ISSN 0843-8714