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Text Of Solicitor Opinions And A Presidential Letter Regarding National Monuments And The Antiquities Act Of 1906, Mark Squillace Jun 2017

Text Of Solicitor Opinions And A Presidential Letter Regarding National Monuments And The Antiquities Act Of 1906, Mark Squillace

Research Data

These five full-text documents are cited in Mark Squillace, The Monumental Legacy of the Antiquities Act of 1906, 37 Ga. L. Rev. 473 (2003), available at http://scholar.law.colorado.edu/articles/508; and/or Mark Squillace, Eric Biber, Nicholas S. Bryner & Sean B. Hecht, Presidents Lack the Authority to Abolish or Diminish National Monuments, 103 Va. L. Rev. Online 55 (2017), http://www.virginialawreview.org/sites/virginialawreview.org/files/Hecht%20PDF.pdf:

  • U.S. Department of the Interior, Office of the Solicitor, Opinion of Apr. 20, 1915 (cited in Opinion of January 30, 1935, M-27657).
  • U.S. Department of ...


Examining Trends In Taste Preferences, Market Demand, And Annual Catch In An Indigenous Marine Turtle Fishery In Southwest Madagascar, Kristin Jones Apr 2011

Examining Trends In Taste Preferences, Market Demand, And Annual Catch In An Indigenous Marine Turtle Fishery In Southwest Madagascar, Kristin Jones

Independent Study Project (ISP) Collection

The worldwide exploitation of marine turtles has been common throughout human history, turtle products including carapaces for decoration and use, skin for leather, and eggs and meat for consumption. The hunting of marine turtles has long established economic importance among Madagascar's coastal inhabitants and is an activity traditionally associated with integral cultural and spiritual values. Due to overexploitation and a combination of relatively newer threats such as pollution, habitat loss, and incidental fisheries take, however, all marine turtle species in the Indian Ocean are considered to be endangered or critically endangered. Although Madagascar's marine turtles have been legally ...


Red Rocks, Tom Grillo, John Sipple, Ethan Weitzman Jan 2010

Red Rocks, Tom Grillo, John Sipple, Ethan Weitzman

Student Environmental Law Films/Golden Tree Films

This film explores the background and issues surrounding Senate bill 799 - A bill to designate as wilderness certain Federal portions of the red rock canyons of the Colorado Plateau and the Great Basin Deserts in the State of Utah for the benefit of present and future generations of people in the United States.


Environmental Awareness, Adam Sharpe, Blake Baron Jan 2010

Environmental Awareness, Adam Sharpe, Blake Baron

Student Environmental Law Films/Golden Tree Films

The film "Environmental Awareness" quizzed law students about a variety of environmental issues, demonstrating that their knowledge of current events often is laughably deficient.


Six Stages In The History Of Environmental Law, Nat Keller, Sasha Millard, Emily Rohm Jan 2010

Six Stages In The History Of Environmental Law, Nat Keller, Sasha Millard, Emily Rohm

Student Environmental Law Films/Golden Tree Films

The film “Six Stages in the History of Environmental Law” won the University of Maryland School of Law's “Golden Tree” award for Best Use of Special Effects. Nat Keller, Sasha Millard, and Emily Rohm used moving stick figures against a backdrop of historic photos to illustrate the history of environmental law as described in Professor Percival’s casebook.


Somebody Call 911: Windmills Are Killing Our Birds, Jessica Raba, Bryan Ebert Jan 2010

Somebody Call 911: Windmills Are Killing Our Birds, Jessica Raba, Bryan Ebert

Student Environmental Law Films/Golden Tree Films

The film "Somebody Call 911: Windmills Are Killing Our Birds” examines the impact of wind power on birds.


Scrap Tires, Jacquin Milhouse, Terri Morse Jan 2010

Scrap Tires, Jacquin Milhouse, Terri Morse

Student Environmental Law Films/Golden Tree Films

This film discusses the problem of how to dispose of used tires.


Rats Are Rotten, Irene Hantman, Katie O’Malley, Jessica Rozali Jan 2010

Rats Are Rotten, Irene Hantman, Katie O’Malley, Jessica Rozali

Student Environmental Law Films/Golden Tree Films

The film "Rats Are Rotten” explores pest control techniques in Baltimore.


Just A Reminder, Paul Huntington Jan 2010

Just A Reminder, Paul Huntington

Student Environmental Law Films/Golden Tree Films

A musical exploration of the challenges of being a law student. Original music by Paul Huntington.


Environmental Injustice, Nancy Lineman, Elsa Clausen Michels, Holly Devaser Jan 2010

Environmental Injustice, Nancy Lineman, Elsa Clausen Michels, Holly Devaser

Student Environmental Law Films/Golden Tree Films

A film about the Cherry Hill neighborhood of Baltimore and the environmental problems facing that community.

Produced by Nancy Lineman, Elsa Clausen Michels and Holly Devaser, the film won “Golden Trees” awards for Best Picture, Most Educational Film, Best Cinematography, and Best Narration.


Bike Club, Charlie Friedman, Liz Shaner, Greg Simmons, Dan Stringer Jan 2010

Bike Club, Charlie Friedman, Liz Shaner, Greg Simmons, Dan Stringer

Student Environmental Law Films/Golden Tree Films

The film “Bike Club” that extols the environmental virtues of biking to school or work won a Special Judge’s Award in the school’s “Golden Tree” awards for having the best end credits. The film was produced by Charlie Friedman, Liz Shaner, Greg Simmons, and Dan Stringer.


Believe, Taggart Hutchinson, Shauna Stringham, Beth Grasso, Will Tilburg Jan 2010

Believe, Taggart Hutchinson, Shauna Stringham, Beth Grasso, Will Tilburg

Student Environmental Law Films/Golden Tree Films

The student created film “Believe,” a parody of the notion of clean coal, won the “Golden Tree” for Best Use of Humor. Produced by Taggart Hutchinson, Shauna Stringham, Beth Grasso and Will Tilburg, the film featured Tagg showering with coal-based soap, using a coal lightbulb, and cooking with coal.


Baltimore Urban Gardening, April Morton, Betty Franky, Emily Fisher, Erin Doran, Heather Sites Jan 2010

Baltimore Urban Gardening, April Morton, Betty Franky, Emily Fisher, Erin Doran, Heather Sites

Student Environmental Law Films/Golden Tree Films

The student film “Baltimore Urban Gardening” highlights the benefits of creating spaces for and using locally grown produce.


Gunpowder Riverkeeper, Talley Kovacs, Brooke O'Hanley Jan 2009

Gunpowder Riverkeeper, Talley Kovacs, Brooke O'Hanley

Student Environmental Law Films/Golden Tree Films

Investigates the impact of surface mining on a local community and the river that flows through it.


There Doesn't Have To Be Blood, Jordan Vardon Jan 2009

There Doesn't Have To Be Blood, Jordan Vardon

Student Environmental Law Films/Golden Tree Films

Explores the application of "portfolio theory" as a method for assessing the value of investing in solar energy development versus traditional energy sources.


Arsenic And Old Dirt, Katy Jackman, Rene Parks, Rebecca Steitz Jan 2009

Arsenic And Old Dirt, Katy Jackman, Rene Parks, Rebecca Steitz

Student Environmental Law Films/Golden Tree Films

Discusses the pollution of Swann Park in Baltimore.


The News, John Archibald, Carter Beach, Joey Chen, Rama Taib Jan 2009

The News, John Archibald, Carter Beach, Joey Chen, Rama Taib

Student Environmental Law Films/Golden Tree Films

A comic review of environmental issues in the news, featuring an exclusive interview with Shari T. Wilson, Maryland Secretary of the Environmnet.


Greenco, Kim Myers, Scott Yager Jan 2009

Greenco, Kim Myers, Scott Yager

Student Environmental Law Films/Golden Tree Films

A fictional commercial break that focuses on environmental issues by parodying well known advertisements.


Sustainable Harvest, Natalie Baughman, Lisetta Silvestri, Kim Stefanski, Lynne Mcchrystal Jan 2009

Sustainable Harvest, Natalie Baughman, Lisetta Silvestri, Kim Stefanski, Lynne Mcchrystal

Student Environmental Law Films/Golden Tree Films

A review of the role that small farms and local agriculture play in creating a sustainable environment.


Marvesta Shrimp, Eva Cabot, Aminah Famili, Jesse Iliff, Emily Lipps, Megan Mueller, Limor Weizmann Jan 2009

Marvesta Shrimp, Eva Cabot, Aminah Famili, Jesse Iliff, Emily Lipps, Megan Mueller, Limor Weizmann

Student Environmental Law Films/Golden Tree Films

Tells the story of a local shrimp farm and how it works to minimize the environmental effects of that industry.


Urban Legends Of The Inner Harbor, Andrew Keir, Eric Hergenroeder, Chris Montague-Breakwell, Daniella Einik, Patrick Smith Jan 2009

Urban Legends Of The Inner Harbor, Andrew Keir, Eric Hergenroeder, Chris Montague-Breakwell, Daniella Einik, Patrick Smith

Student Environmental Law Films/Golden Tree Films

Examines the toxicity of water in Baltimore's Inner Harbor and efforts to clean up sewage and trash that result from runoff.