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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
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
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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