While is a matter of important concern, the existing seems to pay little attention to environmental concern in the context of delimitations. In the , the relied on to justify an equitable . However, the Chamber of the discarded the ecological criterion primarily because such a criterion was inconsistent with the ‘neutral criteria' for drawing a single maritime boundary. Usually environmental considerations have played little, if any, role in agreements concerning .

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