Volume 25

William & Mary Environmental Law & Policy Review

Volume 25

Issue 1 | Issue 2

Issue 1

Symposium Issue: Water Rights and Watershed Management: Planning for the Future

Articles

Robert W. Adler & Michele Straube, WATERSHEDS AND THE INTEGRATION OF U.S. WATER LAW AND POLICY: BRIDGING THE GREAT DIVIDES

A. Dan Tarlock, RECONNECTING PROPERTY RIGHTS TO WATERSHEDS

Robert E. Beck, THE REGULATED RIPARIAN MODEL WATER CODE: BLUEPRINT FOR TWENTY FIRST CENTURY WATER MANAGEMENT

Judith V. Royster, WINTERS IN THE EAST: TRIBAL RESERVED RIGHTS TO WATER IN RIPARIAN STATES

Barton H. Thompson, Jr., MARKETS FOR NATURE

Joseph W. Dellapenna, THE IMPORTANCE OF GETTING NAMES RIGHT: THE MYTHS OF MARKETS FOR WATER

Jon Cannon, CHOICES AND INSTITUTIONS IN WATERSHED MANAGEMENT

Wendy E. Wagner, RESTORING POLLUTED WATERS WITH PUBLIC VALUES

Kurt Stephenson, TAKING NATURE INTO ACCOUNT: OBSERVATIONS ABOUT THE CHANGING ROLE OF ANALYSIS AND NEGOTIATIONS IN HYDROPOWER RELICENSING

Notes

Elizabeth Weldon, PRACTICALY IRRIGABLE ACREAGE STANDARD: A POOR PARTNER FOR THE WEST’S WATER FUTURE

Robert A. Fisher, BETTER AMERICA BONDS: BETTER IS IN THE EYE OF THE BEHOLDER

Sarah C. Richardson, THE CHANGING POLITICAL LANDSCAPE OF HYDROPOWER PROJECT RELICENSING

Michael Kantro, SHALL IT BE SAID THAT MY DUSK WAS IN TRUTH MY DAWN?: WHAT STATES CAN GLEAM FROM THE ENVIRONMENTAL CONSEQUENCES OF DEREGULATING ELECTRICITY IN CALIFORNIA

Issue 2

Articles

John D. Echeverria, SUCCESS LIKE FAILURE: THE PLATTE RIVER COLLABORATIVE WATERSHED PLANNING PROCESS

Jean O. Melious, ENFORCING THE ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT AGAINST THE STATES

Nancy K. Kubasek & Chaz A. Giles, DAMMED TO BE DIVIDED: RESOLVING THE CONTROVERSY OVER THE DESTRUCTION OF THE SNAKE RIVER DAMS AND PROVIDING A MODEL FOR FUTURE DECISION-MAKING

Notes

Mary Lynne Kupchella, AGRICULTURAL BIOTECHNOLOGY: WHY IT CAN SAVE THE ENVIRONMENT AND DEVELOPING NATIONS, BUT MAY NEVER GET A CHANCE

Edward M. McDonald Jr., THE FOOD QUALITY PROTECTION ACT OF 1996: BY REMOVING CHEMICAL IRRITANTS FROM OUR ENVIRONMENT WILL IT GENERATE TRADE IRRITANTS TO REPLACE THEM?

Brian J. Perron, WHEN TRIBAL TREATY FISHING RIGHTS BECOME A MERE OPPORTUNITY TO DIP ONE’S NET INTO THE WATER AND PULL IT OUT EMPTY: THE CASE FOR MONEY DAMAGES WHEN TREATY-RESERVED FISH HABITATS IS DEGRADED

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