IOC Sub-Commission for the Western Pacific (WESTPAC)
Sous-commission de la COI pour le Pacifique occidental
1979-02 Tokyo Japan
Feb 1979, Tokyo (Japan), as IOC Regional Committee for the Western Pacific (WESTPAC), by Resolution X-11 of the Assembly of E-XE1118 - Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC). Formally replaced by the present Sub-Commission, Feb 1990, Hangzhou (China), based on Resolution XV-9 of 15th Session of the IOC Assembly, Jul 1989, Paris (France).
Promote international cooperation and coordinate programmes in marine scientific research, observations and capacity building in order to assist members states in the study and management of the nature and resources of their coasts and ocean.
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Officers elected at each session and may serve 2 terms. Secretariat located in Bangkok (Thailand).
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