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  Journal of Natural Resources & Environmental Law (v. 8 1992 - v.22 2009)
    became: Kentucky Journal of Equine, Agriculture, and Natural Resources Law (v.1 2009-)TOC
  Volume 19, Number 1, 2004-2005
                  other issues
 

  • ARTICLES
  • SHOULD A CERCLA CONTRIBUTION ACTION BE AVAILABLE TO POTENTIALLY RESPONSIBLE PARTIES ABSENT FEDERAL CIVIL ACTION?
        Patricia L. Pearlberg
        p.1                                                                                          +cite        
  • TRIBAL ENVIRONMENTAL SOVEREIGNTY: CULTURALLY APPROPRIATE PROTECTION OR PATERNALISM?
        Anna Fleder and Darren J. Ranco
        p.35                                                                                        +cite        

  • NOTES
  • IS PRESIDENT BUSH'S VISION IMPAIRED? AN ANALYSIS OF PRESIDENT BUSH'S "CLIMATE VISION" INITIATIVE
        Brittany Howell
        p.59                                                                                        +cite        
  • TWO STEPS FORWARD AND ONE STEP BACK: HAS THE SUPREME COURT'S DECISION IN TAHOE-SIERRA PRESERVATION COUNCIL UNNECESSARILY MUDDLED THE WATERS OF TAKINGS LAW ANALYSIS OR RESTORED PENN CENTRAL TO A PLACE OF PROMINENCE?
        C. Phillip Wheeler, Jr.
        p.77                                                                                        +cite        

  • COMMENTS
  • BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU DON'T ASK FOR, BECAUSE YOU JUST MIGHT GET SEVENTY-FIVE MILLION DOLLARS: WHY THE FEDERAL CLAIMS COURT GOT IT WRONG IN STEARNS CO., LTD. v. UNITED STATES
        Kevin A. Floyd
        p.95                                                                                        +cite        
  • EPA & NAFTA: TENSIONS RISE WHEN TRADE WITH MEXICO THREATENS UNITED STATES' ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS
        Melissa Logan
        p.107                                                                                      +cite        
  • APWU v. POTTER AS ILLUSTRATIVE OF THE JURISDICTIONAL CHALLENGES TO BRINGING A CITIZEN SUIT UNDER CERCLA
        Ryan Pyles
        p.121                                                                                      +cite