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49 Nat. Resources J. i (2009)

handle is hein.journals/narj49 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. 49                      Winter 2009                          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 of approach 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 Vol. 1, No. 1, 1961
INTRODUCTION                                                          vii
ARTICLES
The Endangered Species Act: What We Talk About When We
Talk About Recovery
Dale D. Goble
Finite Recreation Opportunities: The Forest Service, the Bureau
of Land Management, and Off-Road Vehicle Management
John C. Adams & Stephen F. McCool      45
Comprehensive River Basin Management: The Limits of
Collaborative, Stakeholder-Based, Water Governance
James L. Hufftman 117
Shallow-Buried Transuranic Waste: A Comparison of
Remediation Alternatives at Los Alamos National Laboratory
Helen R. Neill & Robert H. Neill 151
Return to the Sources: Revival of Traditional Nomads' Rights
to Common Property Resources in the Code Pastoral of the
Islamic Republic of Mauritania
Hans-Werner Wabnitz 191
An Institutional FrameWork for a Water Market in the
Elephant Butte Irrigation District
Brandon Winchester & Ereney Hadjigeorgalis 219
STUDENT ARTICLES
The Public Trust in Wildlife: Two Steps Forward, Two Steps
Back
Patrick Redmond 249

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