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  Boston College Environmental Affairs Law Review
  Volume 31, Number 2, 2004
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  • COASTAL WIND ENERGY GENERATION: CONFLICTS AND CAPACITIES

  • SYMPOSIUM ARTICLES
  • CONGRESS, THE COURTS, AND THE ARMY CORPS: SITING THE FIRST OFFSHORE WIND FARM IN THE UNITED STATES
        Carolyn S. Kaplan
        p.177                                                                                      +cite        
  • NEITHER OUT FAR NOR IN DEEP: THE PROSPECTS FOR UTILITY-SCALE WIND POWER IN THE COASTAL ZONE
        Rusty Russell
        p.221                                                                                      +cite        
  • NANTUCKET SOUND OFFSHORE WIND STAKEHOLDER PROCESS
        Greg Watson & Fara Courtney
        p.263                                                                                      +cite        
  • THE WORLD'S LARGEST WIND ENERGY FACILITY IN NANTUCKET SOUND? DEFICIENCIES IN THE CURRENT REGULATORY PROCESS FOR OFFSHORE WIND ENERGY DEVELOPMENT
        Guy R. Martin & Odin A. Smith
        p.285                                                                                      +cite        
  • SACRED LANDSCAPES AND PROFANE STRUCTURES: HOW OFFSHORE WIND POWER CHALLENGES THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REVIEW PROCESS
        Jay Wickersham
        p.325                                                                                      +cite        
  • NEPA REVIEW OF OFFSHORE WIND FARMS: ENSURING EMISSION REDUCTION BENEFITS OUTWEIGH VISUAL IMPACTS
        Dorothy W. Bisbee
        p.349                                                                                      +cite        

  • ESSAY
  • OFFSHORE MANAGEMENT CONSIDERATIONS: LAW AND POLICY QUESTIONS RELATED TO FISH, OIL, AND WIND
        John A. Duff
        p.385                                                                                      +cite        

  • NOTES
  • Why "Underfiling" by States Can and Should be Used to Enforce Environmental Regulations
        Alex P. Abrams
        p.403                                                                                      +cite        
  • To Have and Have Not--Nantucket, Martha's Vineyard, and the Public Trust Doctrine: Remembering the Land that Time Forgot
        Christopher Coli McMahon
        p.431                                                                                      +cite        
  • Wind Energy Development on the United States Outer Continental Shelf: Balancing Efficient Development and Environmental Risks in the Shadow of OCSLA
        Elizabeth Ransom
        p.465                                                                                      +cite