Vol. 26 Nbr. 2, June 1996
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- Toward a new system of environmental regulation: the case for an industry sector approach.
- Future prospects for mining and public land management: the federal 'retention-disposal' policy enters the twenty-first century.
- The continuing nature of notification violations under environmental statutes.
- Coping with change: energy, fish, and the Bonneville Power Administration.
- Forest health and the politics of expediency.
- Legislative history of the timber and salvage amendments enacted in the 104th Congress: a small victory for timber communities in the Pacific Northwest.
- Salmon law and policy in 1995: a brief overview.
- Rethinking the federal role in a competitive electric market.
- Salmon recovery plans: some fundamental choices.
- Restructuring the Northwest power system.
- 1995 river operations under the Endangered Species Act: continuing the salmon slaughter.
- One tribe's perspective on 'who runs the reservoirs.'(The Second Annual 'Who Runs the River?' Colloquium)
- Redefining federal public lands in Alaska.
- Streamlining EPA's NPDES permit program with administrative summary judgment: Puerto Rico Aqueduct & Sewer Authority v. Environmental Protection Agency.