Further Reading

L Baaner ‘The Programme of Measures of the Water Framework Directive—More than Just a Formal Compliance Tool’ (2011) 8 Journal for European Environmental & Planning Law 82—100

B Bohman and D Langlet ‘Float or Sinker for Europe’s Seas?—The Role of Law in Marine Governance’ in K Kern and M Gilek (eds) Governing Europe’s Marine Environment: Europeanization of Regional Seas or Regionalization of EUPolicies? (Ashgate, 2015) 53—73 V De Lucia ‘Competing Narratives and Complex Genealogies: The Ecosystem Approach in International Environmental Law’ (2015) 27Journal of Environmental Law 91—117 E Gawel ‘Article 9 Water Framework Directive: Do We Really Need to Calculate Environmental and Resource Costs?’ (2014) 11 Journal for European Environmental and Planning Law 249—71

H Josefsson ‘Ecological Status as a Legal Construct—Determining its Legal and Ecological Meaning’ (2015) 27 Journal of Environmental Law 231—58 A M Keessen and others ‘European River Basin Districts: Are They Swimming in the Same Implementation Pool?’ (2010) 22 Journal of Environmental Law 197—221 K Kern ‘New Standards for the Chemical Quality of Water in Europe under the new Directive 2013/39/EU’ (2014) 11 Journal for European Environmental & Planning Law 31-48

R Long ‘The Marine Strategy Framework Directive: A New European Approach to the Regulation ofthe Marine Environment, Marine Natural Resources and Marine Ecological Services’ (2011) 29 Journal of Energy & Natural Resources Law 1-44 S Mockel ‘Small Water Bodies and the Incomplete Implementation of the Water Framework Directive in Germany’ (2013) 10 Journal for European Environmental & Planning Law 262-75

M Young ‘Building the Blue Economy: The Role of Marine Spatial Planning in Facilitating Offshore Renewable Energy Development’ (2015) 30 The International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law 148-74

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