13 Environs: Envtl. L. & Pol'y J. 1 (1989-1990)

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University of California, Davis School of Law                                Volume 13, Number 1
Environmental Law Society                                                              April 1989
Table of Contents
Letter From the Editor: ENVIRONS and the Future                                     3
by Cynthia Patton
The Antarctic Minerals Convention: Opening Pandora's Box?                           4
by Ruth Berkowitz and Jeff Swanson
Coal-Fired Power Plants in Fresno County: Necessary Energy or Unnecessary Air Pollution?  10
by Nicole Lance
Food Irradiation: A Snag In the Seamless Web?                                       11
by Leslie K. Bolin and Gail Stidham
Mono Lake Symposium
Mono Lake Update                                                                    15
by Kathy Smith
Los Angeles Department of Water and Power Policy Statement                          19
Mono Lake Committee Policy Statement                                                21
by Martha Davis, Chair
The Salton Sea, IaD., and the Public Trust Doctrine: Some Implications of Water Transfers
From the Imperial Valley                                                     23
by Andrew Pollak
Central Valley Water Allocations: The Wildlife Perspective                          29
by Melissa Thorme

ENVIRONS Index -- Volumes 1 to 12

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