Professional publications Ricardo Roura

Book reviews
72. Roura, RM (2007): The Last Great Wilderness, by Roger Kaye. Polar Record 43:03, 281-283.

Consultancy and expedition reports (selection)
71. Pratt C and Roura, RM (1997): Measuring up: Report on waste management practices in the tourism industry of Fiji. Suva, Fiji: Greenpeace Pacific.

70. Roura, RM (1996). Ex-Greenpeace site environmental impact monitoring. p22 New Zealand Antarctic Program Report 1995/96.

69. Roura, RM (1995). Greenpeace 1994/95 Antarctic Expedition Report. Amsterdam: Greenpeace International.

68. Haazen H, Ballard K and Roura, RM (1994). World Park Base Antarctica 1987-1992. Treading lightly: A minimal impact Antarctic Station. Amsterdam: Greenpeace International.

67. Haazen H, Ballard K and Roura, RM (1994). World Park Base Antarctica 1987-1992. Treading lightly: A minimal impact Antarctic Station. Amsterdam: Greenpeace International.

66. Pickaver A, De Poorter M and Roura, RM (1994). The Greenpeace report of the Antarctic environmental impact monitoring program at World Park Base 1991/92. Amsterdam: Greenpeace International.

65. Roura RM (2008). Southern Ocean Expedition 2008-2009: Initial Environmental Evaluation. Amsterdam: Greenpeace International.

Environmental impact assessments
64. Roura, RM and Tin T (2007). Southern Ocean Expedition 2007-2008: Initial Environmental Evaluation. Amsterdam: Greenpeace International.

63. Roura, RM and Hemmings AD (2006). Southern Ocean Expedition 2006-2007: Initial Environmental Evaluation. Amsterdam: Greenpeace International.

62. Roura, RM and Hemmings AD (2005). Southern Ocean Expedition 2005-2006: Initial Environmental Evaluation. Amsterdam: Greenpeace International.

61. Roura, RM (2001): Southern Ocean Expedition 2001-2002: Initial Environmental Evaluation. Amsterdam: Greenpeace International.

60. Roura, RM and Hemmings AD (2000). Greenpeace Southern Ocean Expedition 2000/2001: Initial Environmental Evaluation. Amsterdam: Greenpeace International.

59. Roura, RM (1999). Southern Ocean Expedition 1999-2000: Initial Environmental Evaluation. Amsterdam: Greenpeace International.

58. Roura, RM (1998). Greenpeace Southern Ocean Expedition 1998/1999: Initial Environmental Evaluation. Amsterdam: Greenpeace International.

57. Dalziell, JC and Roura, RM (1997). Greenpeace 1996/97 Antarctic Expedition Initial Environmental Evaluation. Amsterdam: Greenpeace International.

56. Roura, RM and De Poorter M (1994). Greenpeace 1994/95 Antarctic Expedition Initial Environmental Evaluation. Amsterdam: Greenpeace International.

55. Roura, RM (1991). Initial Environmental Evaluation. Removal of World Park Base, Cape Evans, Ross Island, Antarctica. Amsterdam: Greenpeace International.

Online publications (selection)
54. Hemmings AD and Roura, RM (2004). La nouvelle découverte de l'Antarctique.

53. Roura, RM (2004). XXVIIe Réunion consultative du Traité sur l'Antarctique.

52. Roura, RM (2004). Trømso, Réunion préliminaire le 22-25 mars de 2004.

51. Roura, RM (2004). Proposition de réglementation de l'activité touristique en Antarctique.

50. Roura, RM (2004).Les arguments pour la régulation du tourisme commercial en Antarctique.

49. Roura, RM (1996). The continent. In: Antarctica: Terra Australis Incognita. OneWorld Magazine.

Expert submissions to the Antarctic Treaty System (selection)
(*) lead author
(**) contributing author

48. (*) ASOC (Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition) (2011). Antarctic Tourism – What Next? Key Issues to Address with Binding Rules XXXIV ATCM/IP084. Buenos Aires, Argentina: XXXIV Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting.

47. (**) ASOC (Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition) (2011). Evolution of Footprint: Spatial and Temporal Dimensions of Human Activities XXXIV ATCM/IP086, Buenos Aires: XXXIV Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting.

46. (*) ASOC (Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition) (2011). Land-Based Tourism in Antarctica XXXIV ATCM/IP087, Buenos Aires, Argentina: XXXIV Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting.

45. (*) ASOC (Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition) (2011). The Antarctic Environmental Protocol, 1991-2011 XXXIV ATCM/IP089, Buenos Aires, Argentina: XXXIV Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting.

44. (**) ASOC (Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition) and UNEP (United Nations Environment Programme) (2011). Review of the Implementation of the Madrid Protocol: Annual report by Parties (Article 17). XXXIV ATCM/IP. Buenos Aires, Argentina: XXXIV Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting.

43. (*) ASOC (Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition) (2010). Coastal hydrocarbon pollution: A case study from Deception Island, Antarctica. XXXIII ATCM IP IP081. Punta del Este, Uruguay: XXXIII Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting.

42. (*) ASOC (Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition) (2010). Antarctic Ship-borne tourism and inspections under Article VII of the Antarctic Treaty and Article 14 of the Protocol on Environmental Protection. XXXIII ATCM IP IP082. Punta del Este, Uruguay: XXXIII Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting.

41. (*) ASOC (Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition) (2010). Comparison of three Antarctic Treaty Meeting of Experts on Shipping and Tourism. XXXIII ATCM IP IP070. Punta del Este, Uruguay: XXXIII Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting.

40. (*) ASOC (Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition) (2010). Making tangible progress on a strategic vision for Antarctic tourism.XXXIII ATCM IP IP080.

39. (*) ASOC (Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition) (2010). Tourism and land-based facilities in Antarctica: Analysis of a questionnaire distributed to Antarctic Treaty Parties at XXXII ATCM. XXXIII ATCM IP IP079. Punta del Este, Uruguay: XXXIII Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting.

38. (*) ASOC (Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition) (2009). Celebrating Antarctica: A vision for Antarctica and the Southern Ocean. Poster presented at the XXXII ATCM on occasion of the 40th anniversary of the signature of the Antarctic Treaty. Baltimore: XXXII Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting.

37. (*) ASOC (Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition) (2009). Celebrating Antarctica: Issues facing Antarctica in 2009. Poster presented at the XXXII ATCM on occasion of the 40th anniversary of the signature of the Antarctic Treaty. Baltimore: XXXII Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting.

36. (*) ASOC (Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition) (2009). Celebrating Antarctica: The Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition 1979 – 2009. Poster presented at the XXXII ATCM on occasion of the 40th anniversary of the signature of the Antarctic Treaty. Baltimore: XXXII ATCM.

35. (*) ASOC (Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition) (2009). Tourism and land-based facilities in Antarctica. XXXII ATCM IP023 rev.1. Baltimore: XXXII Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting.

34. (**) ASOC (Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition) (2009). Know before you go [Pamphlet]. Washington DC: The Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition.

33. (*) ASOC (Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition) (2009). Key elements of a strategic vision for Antarctic Tourism XXXII ATCM IP053. Baltimore: XXXII Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting.

32. (*) ASOC (Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition) (2009). Tourism and land-based facilities in Antarctica: Analysis of a questionnaire distributed to Antarctic Treaty Parties at XXXII ATCM. Workshop CEP Tourism Study 2009-2010, Christchurch, New Zealand, 12 December 2009.

31. (*) ASOC (Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition) (2009). Making Tangible Progress on a Strategic Vision for Antarctic Tourism Antarctic Treaty Meeting of Experts on Ship-borne tourism, XXXII ATCM IP003. Wellington, New Zealand: Antarctic Treaty Meeting of Experts on Ship-borne tourism.

30. (*) ASOC (Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition) (2009). Coastal Hydrocarbon Pollution: A Case Study from Deception Island, Antarctica. Antarctic Treaty Meeting of Experts on Ship-borne tourism, IP004. Wellington, New Zealand: Antarctic Treaty Meeting of Experts on Ship-borne tourism.

29. (*) ASOC (Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition) (2009). Antarctic ship-borne tourism and inspections under Article VII of the Antarctic Treaty and Article 14 of the Protocol on environmental protection. Antarctic Treaty Meeting of Experts on Ship-borne tourism, IP 001. Wellington, New Zealand: Antarctic Treaty Meeting of Experts on Ship-borne tourism.

28. (*) ASOC (Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition) (2008). A decade of Antarctic tourism: Status, change, and actions needed. XXXI ATCM, IP 41. Kiyv, Ukraine: XXX Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting.

27. ASOC (Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition) (2007). Antarctic Treaty inspection process for tourists vessels. Suggested improvements. ATCM XXX IP122 New Delhi, India: XXX Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting.

26. (*) ASOC (Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition) (2007). The case against tourism landings from ships carrying more than 500 passengers. XXX ATCM, IP 79. New Delhi, India: XXX Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting.

25. (*) ASOC (Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition) (2007). Implementing the Madrid Protocol: A case study of Fildes Peninsula, King George Island. XXX ATCM, IP 136. New Delhi, India: XXX Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting.

24. (*) ASOC (Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition) (2006). Strategic Issues posed by Commercial Tourism in the Antarctic Treaty Area. XXIX ATCM, IP 120. Edinburgh, UK: XXIX Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting.

23. (*) ASOC (Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition) (2006). Managing Antarctic Tourism: A Critical Review of Site-Specific Guidelines. XXIX ATCM, IP 65. Edinburgh, UK: XXIX Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting.

22. ASOC (Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition) (2005). Some Legal Issues Posed by Antarctic Tourism. XXVIII ATCM, IP 71. Stockholm, Sweden, June 2005. Stockholm, Sweden: XXVIII Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting.

21. (*) ASOC (Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition) (2005). Development Pressures on the Antarctic Wilderness. XXVIII ATCM/IP74. Stockholm, Sweden, June 2005. Stockholm, Sweden: XXVIII Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting.

20. (*) ASOC (Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition) (Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition) and UNEP (United Nations Environment Programme) (United Nations Environment Program), XXVIII Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting, Information Paper 119. Stockholm, Sweden, June 2005. Stockholm, Sweden: XXVIII Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting.

19. (*) ASOC (Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition) (2004). The Regulation of Antarctic Tourism: State of Play after the Antarctic Treaty Meeting of Experts (Norway, 22-25 March 2004): XXVII ATCM IP 93. Cape Town, South Africa: XXVI Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting.

18. (*) ASOC (Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition) (2004). The Case for Concern about Antarctic Tourism. Antarctic Treaty Meeting of Experts on Tourism Paper #20 Rev. 1. Tromsø, Norway: Antarctic Treaty Meeting of Experts on Tourism.

17. (*) ASOC (Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition) (2004). Are More Antarctic Stations Justified? XXVII ATCM/IP94. Cape Town, South Africa: XXVII Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting.

16. (**) ASOC (Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition) (2004).What Does Regulation of Commercial Tourism Mean? Antarctic Treaty Meeting of Experts on Tourism Paper #21. Cape Town, South Africa: XXVII Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting.

15. (**) ASOC (Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition) (2004). Tourism Accreditation and Inspection under the Antarctic Treaty. XXVII ATCM IP 108. Cape Town, South Africa: XXVI Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting.

14. (**) ASOC (Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition) (2004). Mechanisms for Regulating Commercial Tourism. Antarctic Treaty Meeting of Experts on Tourism Paper # 22. Cape Town, South Africa: XXVII Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting.

13. (*) ASOC (Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition) (2003). Coastal sediment pollution at sites frequently visited by tourism operations. ATCM XXVI IP117. Madrid, Spain: XXVI Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting.

12. (**) ASOC (Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition) (2003). Regulating Commercial Tourism in Antarctica: The Policy Issues. XXVI ATCM IP 67. Madrid, Spain: XXVI Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting.

11. (*) ASOC (Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition) and UNEP (United Nations Environment Programme) (United Nations Environmental Program) (2003). A review of inspections undertaken under Article 7 of the Antarctic Treaty and Article 14 of its Protocol on Environmental Protection, 1959-2001. XXVI ATCM/IP 118-rev.1. Madrid, Spain: XXVI Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting.

10. (*) ASOC (Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition) (2002). Strategic Environmental Assessment in Antarctica: A 'stepping stone' to Madrid Protocol objectives. XXV ATCM/IP 82. Warsaw, Poland: XXV Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting.

9. (*) ASOC (Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition) (2002). Reports under Article 17 and the implementation of the Madrid Protocol. XXV ATCM/IP 78. Warsaw, Poland: XXV Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting.

8. (*) ASOC (Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition) (2002). Antarctic wildlife in captivity and the Madrid Protocol. XXV ATCM/IP 60. Warsaw, Poland: XXV Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting.

7. (**) ASOC (Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition) (2002). Regulating Antarctic Tourism. XXV ATCM IP 83. Warsaw, Poland: XXV Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting.

6. (**) ASOC (Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition) (2001). Antarctic Tourism. XXIV ATCM IP 40. St. Petersburg, Russian Federation: XXIV Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting.

5. (*) ASOC (Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition) (2001). Subglacial lake research and environmental impact assessment under the Antarctic Protocol. Amsterdam: SCAR Workshop on Subglacial Lake Research, 25 August 2001. http://salegos-scar.montana.edu/docs/Workshopdocs/asocdoc.pdf

4. (*) ASOC (Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition) (2001). Strategic needs and decision-making in Antarctica. XXIV ATCM/IP 54. St. Petersburg, Russian Federation: XXIV Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting.

3. (*) ASOC (Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition) (2000). Antarctic Strategic Environmental Assessment. Application to the growing Antarctic tourism industry. XII SATCM IP 010. The Hague, The Netherlands: XII Special Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting.

2. (*) ASOC (Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition) (1999). Large scale Antarctic tourism. XXIII ATCM/IP121. Lima, Peru: XXIII Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting.

1. (*) ASOC (Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition) (1999). Good practise in implementing legislation. XXIII ATCM/IP 127. Lima, Peru: XXIII Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting.

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