Vol. 36 Nbr. 2, March 2006
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- Subsistence at risk: failure to act and NEPA compliance in post-ANILCA Alaska.
- The law of fire: reshaping public land policy in an era of ecology and litigation.
- Governing the Tongass: National Forest conflict and political decision making.
- Counterpoint: opportunities lost and opportunities gained: separating truth from myth in the western ranching debate.
- Alternative approaches to the CITES "non-detriment" finding for Appendix II species.
- CERCLA choice-of-law: insurers' attempts to escape their own quagmires.
- Books received.