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Texas Gulf Sulfur Revisited, Richard A. Booth Oct 2006

Texas Gulf Sulfur Revisited, Richard A. Booth

2006 - The Fall and Rise of Federal Corporation Law

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Environmental Law At Maryland, No. 23, Summer-Fall 2006 Jul 2006

Environmental Law At Maryland, No. 23, Summer-Fall 2006

Environmental Law at Maryland

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The Legacy Of John Graham: Strait-Jacketing Risk Assessment, Rena I. Steinzor May 2006

The Legacy Of John Graham: Strait-Jacketing Risk Assessment, Rena I. Steinzor

Faculty Scholarship

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Will Superfund Rise Again?, Rena I. Steinzor Jan 2006

Will Superfund Rise Again?, Rena I. Steinzor

Faculty Scholarship

The federal hazardous waste cleanup program and its state progency have been in decline for more than a decade, victims to a campaign of sabotage waged by industry and neglected by the Bush administration. Meanwhile, stakeholders do their best to ignore the program's sorry state. A sad story, but there may be a surprise ending in store.


Book Review: International Environmental Treaties And State Behavior: Factors Influencing Cooperation, Maxwell O. Chibundu Jan 2006

Book Review: International Environmental Treaties And State Behavior: Factors Influencing Cooperation, Maxwell O. Chibundu

Faculty Scholarship

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Buying The Way To A Better Gulf Fishery: Buybacks For Hurricane Relief And Fisheries Rationalization In The Gulf Of Mexico, Michael Pappas Jan 2006

Buying The Way To A Better Gulf Fishery: Buybacks For Hurricane Relief And Fisheries Rationalization In The Gulf Of Mexico, Michael Pappas

Faculty Scholarship

Fishing stocks in the Gulf of Mexico have been dwindling for years, and in the aftermath of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, the fishing industry has found itself in even deeper waters. But whle the two hurricanes caused massive damage to fishing fleets and infrastructrure, they may have also created an opporutnity for reform in the way Gulf fisheries are managed. In this Article Mike Pappas evaluates the use of a buyback program as a posssible solution. After examining the problmes of the Gulf fisheries both before and after the hurricanes, he looks at other buyback programs that have been successful ...


Environmental Law At Maryland, No. 22, Winter-Spring 2006 Jan 2006

Environmental Law At Maryland, No. 22, Winter-Spring 2006

Environmental Law at Maryland

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