Vol. 31 Nbr. 2, March 2001
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- Remembering Bill Williamson.
- Billy Williamson: professor as pioneer.
- The Babbitt legacy at the Department of the Interior: a preliminary view.
- Lessons for an endangered movement: what a historical juxtaposition of the legal response to civil rights and environmentalism has to teach environmentalists today.
- Grizzly bear blues: a case study of the Endangered Species Act's delisting process and recovery plan requirements.
- Our sedimentation boxes runneth over: public lands soil law as the missing link in holistic natural resource protection.
- Public trust and distrust: the theoretical implications of the public trust doctrine for natural resource management.