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50 Nat. Resources J. [i] (2010)

handle is hein.journals/narj50 and id is 1 raw text is: Natural Resources Journal
Published three times per year by the University of New Mexico School of Law
Vol. 50                     Winter 2010                         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
Fiftieth Anniversary Note: A Devoted Reader's Appreciation of
the Natural Resources Journal
A. Dan Tarlock     1
PROFESSIONAL ARTICLES
Framing Water Policy in a Carbon Affected and Carbon
Constrained Environment
Robert H. Abrams & Noah D. Hall      3
The National Park System: Visions for Tomorrow
Robert B. Keiter  71
Federal Lands in the Twenty-First Century
John D. Leshy  111
Are We There Yet? Weary Travelers on the Long Road to
Water Policy Reform
Janet Neuman 139
You Can't Negotiate with a Beetle: Environmental Law for a
New Ecological Age
Mary Christina Wood 167
STUDENT ARTICLES
Has the Sun Set on Solar Rights? Examining the Practicality of
the Solar Rights Acts
Scott F. Stromberg 211
Defining the Public Interest: Administrative Narrowing and
Broadening of the Public Interest in Response to the Statutory
Silence of Water Codes
Amber L. Weeks 255

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