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Volume 38, No. 1 - December 2014
- The Intersection of Mitigation and Adaptation in Climate Law and Policy
- Takings Litigation in the San Joaquin River Restoration Program: The Role of the Implied Seepage Easement Under the Federal Navigational Servitude
- Plight of an Ocean Predator: The Shark Conservation Act of 2010 and the Future of Shark Conservation Legislation in the United States
- A Federal Policy of De Facto NEPA Violation: Solar Energy Development on Federal Public Lands