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51 Nat. Resources J. v (2011)

handle is hein.journals/narj51 and id is 1 raw text is: Natural Resources Journal
Published two times per year by the University of New Mexico School of Law
Vol. 51                     Spring 2011                         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                                                        V11
PROFESSIONAL ARTICLES
Beyond Trust Species: The Conservation Potential of the National
Wildlife Refuge System in the Wake of Climate Change
Robert L. Fischman & Robert S. Adamcik    1
The Public Trust Navigates California's Bay Delta
Paul Stanton Kibel  35
The Convergence of Water Rights, Structural Change,
Technology, and Hydrology: A Case Study of New Mexico's
Lower Rio Grande
Rhonda Skaggs, Zohrab Samani, A. Salim Bawazir & Max Bleiweiss   95
Showdown at Catron: Cows, Wolves, and the Ecology of Public
Lands Policies
Raymond B. Wrabley, Jr. 119
STUDENT ARTICLE
Methane as a Greenhouse Gas: Why the EPA Should Regulate
Emissions from Animal Feeding Operations and Concentrated
Animal Feeding Operations Under the Clean Air Act
John Verheul 163

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