Vol. 24 Nbr. 2, April 1994
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- Major issues in reauthorization of the Endangered Species Act.
- The Endangered Species Act: time for a new approach?
- The Endangered Species Act and "takings": a call for innovation within the terms of the Act.
- Where the wild things are: the Endangered Species Act and private property.
- The Endangered Species Act: impact of section 9 on private landowners.
- Promoting recovery or hedging a bet against extinction: Austin, Texas's risky approach to ensuring endangered species' survival in the Texas Hill Country.
- Natural communities conservation planning: California's new ecosystem approach to biodiversity.
- There's something fishy going on here: a critique of the National Marine Fisheries Service's definition of species under the Endangered Species Act.
- The need for a smolt travel time objective in the Columbia River Basin fish and wildlife program to protect and restore the Northwest's imperiled salmon runs.
- Natural resource restoration: the interface between the Endangered Species Act and CERCLA's natural resource damage provisions.
- The structure of standing requirements for citizen suits and the scope of congressional power.
- What outrages me about the Endangered Species Act.
- The Diversity of Life.