PAME PROGRESS REPORT TO SENIOR ARCTIC OFFICIALS. Svartsengi, Iceland 23-24 October 2003.
Protection of the Arctic Marine Environment (PAME)
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"The PAME working group has not met since the last SAO meeting. PAMEs activities and progress follows the 2002-2004 Work Plan as presented below." /.../
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