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A Sweet Home No More?: The Future For Habitat Protection Under The Endangered Species Act, Federico Cheever, Murray D. Feldman, University Of Colorado Boulder. Natural Resources Law Center Nov 1995

A Sweet Home No More?: The Future For Habitat Protection Under The Endangered Species Act, Federico Cheever, Murray D. Feldman, University Of Colorado Boulder. Natural Resources Law Center

A Sweet Home No More?: The Future for Habitat Protection Under the Endangered Species Act (November 29)

20 pages.

Includes bibliographical references and biographical information for Federico Cheever and Murray D. Feldman.

Contents:

Babbitt v. Sweet Home Chapter of Communities for a Greater Oregon / Federico Cheever -- The Sweet Home decision and private property issues / Murray D. Feldman -- Memorandum of Agreement between the State of Colorado and the Department of the Interior concerning programs to manage Colorado's declining native species

The U.S. Supreme Court decision in Babbitt v. Sweet Home Chapter of Communities for a Great Oregon,115 S.Ct. 2407 (1995), held that the Department of the Interior reasonably construed Congress' intent when it included ...


Whooping Cranes And Piping Plovers: Watershed Problem Solving On The Platte, Elizabeth Rieke, Gordon W. (Jeff) Fassett, University Of Colorado Boulder. Natural Resources Law Center Apr 1995

Whooping Cranes And Piping Plovers: Watershed Problem Solving On The Platte, Elizabeth Rieke, Gordon W. (Jeff) Fassett, University Of Colorado Boulder. Natural Resources Law Center

Whooping Cranes and Piping Plovers: Watershed Problem Solving on the Platte (April 27)

21 pages.

Includes illustrations, maps, and biographical information for Gordon W. Fassett and James S. Lochhead.

Habitat for species listed as endangered under federal law along the Platte River in Nebraska has been adversely affected by decreased river flows, resulting in federal legal barriers to further water development throughout the basin in three states. In June 1994 state and federal officials entered an agreement to develop a basin-wide recovery plan. Elizabeth Rieke, Assistant Secretary for Water & Science, Dept. of Interior, will discuss federal perspectives. Gordon (Jeff) Fassett, Wyoming State Engineer, and J. Michael (Mike) Jess, Nebraska Director of Water Resources ...