36 Ecology L.Q. [i] (2009)

handle is hein.journals/eclawq36 and id is 1 raw text is: ECOLOGY LAW QUARTERLY
VOL. 36                           2009                             No. 1
Copyright © 2009 by The Regents of the University of California
ARTICLES
THE SILVER ANNIVERSARY OF THE
UNITED STATES' EXCLUSIVE
ECONOMIC ZONE: TWENTY-FIVE YEARS
OF OCEAN USE AND ABUSE, AND THE
POSSIBILITY OF A BLUE WATER
PUBLIC TRUST DOCTRINE ................. Mary Turnipseed,      1
Stephen E. Roady,
Raphael Sagarin,
and Larry B. Crowder
REDUCING GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS
FROM VEHICLE MILES TRAVELED:
INTEGRATING THE CALIFORNIA
ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT WITH
THE CALIFORNIA GLOBAL
WARMING SOLUTIONS ACT .......... Joanna D. Malaczynski       71
and Timothy P. Duane
COMMENTS
TRIBAL-AGENCY CONFIDENTIALITY:
A CATCH-22 FOR SACRED
SITE MANAGEMENT? ........................... Ethan Plaut 137
CLIMATE CHANGE AND THE ENDANGERED
SPECIES ACT: THE DIFFICULTY
OF PROVING CAUSATION .................. Matthew Gerhart 167
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