37 Ecology L.Q. [i] (2010)

handle is hein.journals/eclawq37 and id is 1 raw text is: ECOLOGY LAW QUARTERLY
VOL. 37                            2010                              No. 1
Copyright @ 2010 by The Regents of the University of California
ARTICLES
MANAGING THE NATIONAL FORESTS
THROUGH PLACE-BASED LEGISLATION .......... Martin Nie            1
& Michael Fiebig
A COMPARATIVE GUIDE TO THE WESTERN
STATES' PUBLIC TRUST DOCTRINES:
PUBLIC VALUES, PRIVATE RIGHTS,
AND THE EVOLUTION TOWARD AN
ECOLOGICAL PUBLIC TRUST............ Robin Kundis Craig         53
FAST-FISH, LOOSE-FISH: How WHALEMEN,
LAWYERS, AND JUDGES CREATED THE
BRITISH PROPERTY LAW OF WHALING ....... Robert C. Deal 199
NOTE
LIMITING CORRUPT INCENTIVES IN A
GLOBAL REDD REGIME.................Michael L. Brown           237
BOOK REVIEW                .................................. 269
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