38 Ecology L.Q. [i] (2011)

handle is hein.journals/eclawq38 and id is 1 raw text is: ECOLOGY LAW QUARTERLY
VOL. 38                             2011                               No. 1
Copyright @ 2011 by The Regents of the University of California
ARTICLES
A CONSTANT AND DIFFICULT TASK:
MAKING LOCAL LAND USE DECISIONS
IN STATES WITH A CONSTITUTIONAL
RIGHT TO A HEALTHFUL
ENVIRONMENT .......................Michelle Bryan Mudd             1
PROPERTY RIGHTS ON THE NEW FRONTIER:
CLIMATE CHANGE, NATURAL RESOURCE
DEVELOPMENT, AND RENEWABLE
ENERGY ................................Alexandra B. Klass         63
THE LEGAL VIABILITY OF TERRITORIAL
USE RIGHTS IN FISHERIES (TURFs)
IN CALIFORNIA ........................... Kristin N. Carden      121
NOTE
FROM SQUATTER TO SETTLER: APPLYING THE
LESSONS OF NINETEENTH CENTURY
U.S. PUBLIC LAND POLICY TO
TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY LAND
STRUGGLES IN BRAZIL ......................Jessica Intrator       179
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