Marine Natural Resources

Marine Natural Resources

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The following consists of the complete season release of cases and briefs from for the topic listed below. Upon purchase, you will have access to a Word Document containing each of the cases and briefs listed. NOTE: Notice the release dates at the footer of every page. It is strongly advised to check each hyperlink before running any piece of evidence in an official debate round.

Resolved: The United States federal government should substantially reform its marine natural resource policies.

Complete Blue Book Release
  1. They’re More Like Guidelines The Case for Aquaculture Regulation
  2. Sea of Troubles The Case against Arctic Offshore Oil Drilling
  3. Intruder Alert The Case for Stopping Asian Carp
  4. Let’s Make a Deal The Case for Chesapeake Bay Nutrient & Sediment Trading
  5. Under the Sea The Case for Coral Reef Protection
  6. Hottest Spot North of Havana The Case for Cuban Offshore Oil
  7. The Deadliest Catch The Case for Fishing ITQs
  8. Energize The Case for Hydrokinetic Energy
  9. Deep Freeze The Case for Icebreakers
  10. Lost at Sea The Case for The Law of the Sea Treaty
  11. Noisy Neighbors The Case for Navy Sonar Restrictions
  12. Sea of Troubles II The Case Against Offshore Drilling
  13. Plop Plop Fizz Fizz The Case for Olivine Geoengineering
Purchase includes four Word documents covering each of the case topics listed above:
  1. Table of Contents
  2. Affirmative Cases
  3. 2A Extension Evidence
  4. Negative Briefs

History of This Resolution

Stoa 2013-2014 Policy Resolution This sourcebook was provided in print edition for the 2013-2014 Stoa resolution listed above, the resolution debated for the 2014 National Invitational Tournament of Champions in San Diego, California. Chris Jeub, Vance Trefethen and Isaiah McPeak ran a Nationals Intensive Training Camp in San Diego that year, Skyping Vance in from France to help prepare students to national competition. Monument Publishing alumni and contributors Megan McKinley and Reesey Rea of Colorado won that year's national title and were featured on the cover of the 2014-2015 Blue Book release.