42 Ecology L.Q. [i] (2015)

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    ECOLOGY LAW QUARTERLY

VOL.  42                          2015                             No.  1


           Copyright @ 2015 by The Regents of the University of California


ARTICLES

     Is USING THE PUBLIC  TRUST
         DOCTRINE   TO PROTECT  PUBLIC
         PARKLAND   FROM  VISUAL  POLLUTION
         JUSTIFIABLE DOCTRINAL CREEP? ............ Hope Babcock         1

     CLEANING  UP  JURISDICTION:
         DIVINING  CONGRESSIONAL INTENT OF
         CLEAN  AIR  ACT  SECTION  307(B) ........... Kevin 0. Leske   37

     KEEPING  TRACK  OF  CONSERVATION   ..............Jessica Owley    79

     CLIMATE  CHANGE:
         LEVERAGING   LEGACY..............Michael   P. Vandenbergh            139
                                                  & Kaitlin T. Raimi


















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