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47 Nat. Resources J. [i] (2007)

handle is hein.journals/narj47 and id is 1 raw text is: Natural Resources Journal
Published four times per year by the University of New Mexico School of Law
Vol. 47                    Winter 2007                       No. 1
The isolation of scholars in various fields concerned with resources problems continues to be a
principal impediment to progress.... [RIesources problems are so complex that traditional lines
ofapproach prove inadequate.... Rarely do we find the work of the lawyer and the non-lawyer
appearing side by side.... The primary function of the [new] Journal is to meet this need...
from the Foreword of Volume 1, No. 1, 1961
INTRODUCTION                                                    vii
ESSAY
Rights, Rules, and Common Pools: Solving Problems
Arising in Human/Environment Relations
Oran R. Young     1
ARTICLES
Utton Transboundary Resources Center Model Interstate
Water Compact
Jerome C. Muys, George William Sherk & Marilyn C. O'Leary 17
An Empirical Investigation of Institutional Change in
Groundwater Management in Texas: The Edwards
Aquifer Case
Fred 0. Boadu, Bruce M. McCarl & Dhazn Gillig 117
A Common Tragedy: Condemnation and the Anticommons
Robert L. Scharff 165
Collective Action on Climate Change: The Logic of
Regime Failure
Paul G. Harris 195
STUDENT ARTICLE
The Application of International Criminal Law to
Resource Exploitation: Ituri, Democratic Republic of the Congo
Aaron Ezekiel 225

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