Environmental Law References 1998-99


Brandy,K (1998): Aarhus convention signed. Environmental Policy & Law, 28(3 B 4): 171-190. Borgese,EM (1998): Water Management & Technology co-operation development & Transport. Environmental Policy & Law, 28(3- 4): 193-196.

Carl Tobias (1998): Natural Resources and the Ninth Circuit Split: Professor Tobias discusses the current debate ragarding the proposed split of the Ninth Circuit and the potential ramifications of such a split on natural resource issues in the Ninth Circuit. 28(2): 411-430.

Fort,DD (1998): Restoring the Rio Grande; A case study in Environmental Federation. Environmental & Law, 28(1): 15-52.

Frazier,TW (1998): Protection Ecological Integrity with in the balancing Function of prosperty Law. Environmental Law, 28(1): 53-112.

Gaskell,N (1998): Development in international Maritime Law. Environmental Policy & Law, 28(3 & 4): 165-170.

Mandal,H (1998): Study of Environment Crisis : An Ecological Approach. Human Science, 38(4), Dec. 1989, 274-282.

Slatin,C; Siqueira,E (1998): Does acollatiral Duty requires less protection: worker, Hazardous materials, Emergency Response and OSHA failure to protect; New solutions. A journal of Environmental & Occupational Health Policy, 8(2).

Starla Kay Roels (1998): Borrowing Instead of Taking: How the Seemingly Opposite Threads of Indian Treaty Rights and Property Rights Activism Could Intertwine to restore Salmon to the Rivers. 28(2): 375-410.

United nations activities (1998): Focus on fresh water and the role of industry (UN B CSD6). Environmental Policy & Law, 28(3&4): 116-140.

Watson,Rt; Zinyowera,MC; Moss,RH; Dokken,OJ (1998): The Regional Impacts of climate change: An Assessment of Vulnerablity (A special Report of IPCC Working Group II, published for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate change). Published by Cambridbe University Press, The Edinburg Building, Cambridge CB2 2RU, UK, 516 pp, 24.95.

White,JS (1998): beating Plowshares into townhoming. The loss of farm land and strategies for slowing its conservation to non-agricultural uses. Environmental Law, 28(1): 113-144.

Ziemer,LS (1998): The 1872 mining law and the 20th century collide: A Rediscovery of limits mining rights in wilderness Areas and National Forests. Environmental Law, 28(1): 145-168.

A. Dan Tarlock (1999): the Creation of New Risk Sharing Water Entitlement Regims: The Case of The Truckee-Carson Settlement. 25(4): 674-691.

Cymie Payme (1999): Locl Regulation of Natural Reesources: Efficiency, Effectiveness, and Fairness of Wetlands Permitting in Massachusetts. Environmental Law, 28(3): 519-568.

Emerson, HJ; Gillmor, DA(1999): The Rural Environment Protection Scheme of the Republic of Ireland. Land Use Policy. 16(4), 235-245.

Ensminger,JT; McCold,LN; Warren Webb,J (1999): Environmental Impact Assessment Under the National Environmental Policy Act and the Protocol on Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty. Environmental Management, 24(1): 13-23.

Eric T. Freyfogle (1999): The Particulars of Owning, 25(4): 574-590.

Garba, SB; Al-Mubaiyedh, S(1999): An assessment framework for public urban land management intervention. Land Use Policy. 16(4), 269-279.

Heyman,WD; Kjerfve,B (1999): Hydrological and Oceanographic Considerations for Integrated Coastal Zone Management in Southern Belize. Environmental Management, 24(2): 229-245.

Hong Sik Cho (1999): An Overview of Korean Environmental Law. Environmental Law. 29(3), 501-513.

Holly Doremus (1999): Preserving citizen Participation in The Era of Reinvention: the Endangered Species Act Example, 25(4): 707-717.

James L. Huffman (1999): Land Ownership and Environmental, Regulation, 25(4): 591-601.

Kris Wernstedt,Robert Hersh and Katherine Probst (1999): Grounding hazardous waste cleanups: a promising remedy? 16(1).

Lee P. Breckenridge (1999): Nonprofit Environmental Organizations and the Restructring of Institutions for Ecosystem Management. 25(4): 692-706.

Poutziouris, P; Chittenden, F; Michaelas, N(1999): Modelling the impact of taxation on the small-business economy: the NatWest/MBS tax index for the self-employed, sole-traders and partnerships. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy. 17(5), 577-592.

Robert A. Kagan (1999): Trying to Have It Both Ways: Local Discretion, Central Control, and Adversarial Legalism in American Environmental Regulation. 25(4): 718-732.

Sally K. Fairfax et al. (1999): The Federal Forest Are Not What They Seem: Formal and Informal Claims To Federal Lands. 25(4): 630-646.

Scott Kuhn (1999): Expanding Public Participaion Is Essential to Environmental Justice and The Democratic Decisionmaking Process. 25(4): 647-658.

Smallbone, D; North, D(1999): Innovation and new technology in rural small and medium-sized enterprises: some policy issues. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy. 17(5), 549-566.

Tzilivakis, J; Broom, C; Lewis, KA; Tucker, P; Drummond, C; Cook, R(1999): A strategic environmental assessment method for agricultural policy in the UK. Land Use Policy. 16(4), 223-234.