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35 Ecology L. Currents [i] (2008)

handle is hein.journals/ecolwcur35 and id is 1 raw text is: ECOLOGY LAW CURRENTS

Vol. 35                         2008                         No. 1
Copyright C 2008 by The Regents of the University of California
Founding Editors
KARIS ANNE GONG
DANIEL POLLAK
INTRODUCTION ........................................ William  M. Chamberlain  1
ARTICLES
LICENSING THEREBIRTH OFNUCLEAR PO WER:
A  PRIMER  ......................................................  Tyson  Smith 3
RESOLVING THE SPENTFUEL ISSUE
FOR NEWNUCLEAR ...................................... Fred Bosselman  13
THE EXTERNALITIES OFNUCLEAR PO WER:
FIRST, ASSUME WEHAVE A CAN OPENER... .J(arl S. Coplan   17
BELA TIVERISK.
GLOBAL WABMING AND IMPORTED FOSSIL FUELS
VS. NUCLEAR POWER ...................................... Chuck DeVore  29
GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS UNDER CEQA
COSTS AND OPPORTUNITIES ............................ Peter V. Allen  37
WOULD ITBE UNETHICAL TO DUMPRADIOACTIVE
WASTES IN THE OCEAN?
THE SURPPdSING IMPLICATIONS OF THE
PERSON-ALTEPING CONSEQUENCES
OF POLICIES  ......................................... Gregory Scott Crespi  43
MYTHS OF THE NUCLEAR RENAISSACE .................... Jim Harding  53

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