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The Law of the Sea also makes allowances, through the Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf, for countries to claim extended jurisdiction over shelf areas beyond 200 nm, if they can demonstrate that their continental shelf extends beyond the established 200 nm EEZ.
National claims for EEZs and extended jurisdiction may overlap, creating areas of disputed ownership and jurisdiction.
In the case of countries in Europe, the baseline data generally originated from the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES), which maintains fisheries statistics by smaller statistical areas, as required given the Common Fisheries Policy of the EU, which largely ignores EEZs.
A similar area is the Antarctic continent and surrounding islands, whose fisheries are managed by the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR), where catches (including discards, a unique feature of CCAMLR) are available by relatively small statistical areas (see e.g., Ainley and Pauly 2013).
Countries that have not formally claimed an EEZ were assigned EEZ-equivalent areas based on the basic principles of EEZs as outlined in UNCLOS (i.e., 200 nm and/or mid-line rules).