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Day 3: Friday, 19 August 2005: Section 7 Consultation, Susan Linner, Leslie Elwood, Steve Culver Aug 2005

Day 3: Friday, 19 August 2005: Section 7 Consultation, Susan Linner, Leslie Elwood, Steve Culver

Endangered Species Act Congressional Field Tour (August 17-19)

10 pages (includes color illustrations and map).

Contains references.


Day 2: Thursday, 18 August 2005: Colorado Native Aquatic Species Restoration Program, Dave Schnoor Aug 2005

Day 2: Thursday, 18 August 2005: Colorado Native Aquatic Species Restoration Program, Dave Schnoor

Endangered Species Act Congressional Field Tour (August 17-19)

6 pages (includes illustrations).

Contains one reference.


Day 2: Thursday, 18 August 2005: Canada Lynx Reintroduction, Gary Skiba, Rob Edward, Bonnie Kline Aug 2005

Day 2: Thursday, 18 August 2005: Canada Lynx Reintroduction, Gary Skiba, Rob Edward, Bonnie Kline

Endangered Species Act Congressional Field Tour (August 17-19)

5 pages (includes some color illustrations and maps).

Contains references.


Agenda: Endangered Species Act Congressional Field Tour, University Of Colorado Boulder. Natural Resources Law Center Aug 2005

Agenda: Endangered Species Act Congressional Field Tour, University Of Colorado Boulder. Natural Resources Law Center

Endangered Species Act Congressional Field Tour (August 17-19)

The Center sponsored its third annual field tour for staff members of the United States Congress, the United States Environmental Protection Agency, and the Colorado state legislature.


Research To Practice: Innovations In Employment Supports: Colorado's State Division Of Developmental Services, Jean E. Winsor, John Butterworth, Allison Cohen Hall Jul 2005

Research To Practice: Innovations In Employment Supports: Colorado's State Division Of Developmental Services, Jean E. Winsor, John Butterworth, Allison Cohen Hall

Research to Practice Series, Institute for Community Inclusion

Between the years of 1985 and 1996 Colorado experienced significant growth in integrated employment for people with mental retardation and developmental disabilities. Several factors were consistently highlighted as contributing to Colorado's employment outcomes during this period.


Slides: The Trust For Public Land: Conserving Land For People, Ernest Cook Jun 2005

Slides: The Trust For Public Land: Conserving Land For People, Ernest Cook

Community-Owned Forests: Possibilities, Experiences, and Lessons Learned (June 16-19)

Presenter: Ernest Cook, Senior Vice President, Conservation Finance Program, The Trust for Public Land, Boston, MA

19 slides


Slides: Do The Upper Basin States Have Enough Water To Grow?: Is There Enough Water To Go Around?, Don A. Ostler Jun 2005

Slides: Do The Upper Basin States Have Enough Water To Grow?: Is There Enough Water To Go Around?, Don A. Ostler

Hard Times on the Colorado River: Drought, Growth and the Future of the Compact (Summer Conference, June 8-10)

Presenter: Don A. Ostler, Upper Colorado River Commission.

24 slides.


Agenda: Hard Times On The Colorado River: Drought, Growth And The Future Of The Compact, University Of Colorado Boulder. Natural Resources Law Center, Western Water Assessment (Program), Colorado Water Conservation Board, Center For Advanced Decision Support For Water And Environmental Systems, Hydrosphere Resource Consultants, Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation, Colorado Foundation For Water Education, Patrick, Miller & Kropf, P.C., William & Flora Hewlett Foundation Jun 2005

Agenda: Hard Times On The Colorado River: Drought, Growth And The Future Of The Compact, University Of Colorado Boulder. Natural Resources Law Center, Western Water Assessment (Program), Colorado Water Conservation Board, Center For Advanced Decision Support For Water And Environmental Systems, Hydrosphere Resource Consultants, Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation, Colorado Foundation For Water Education, Patrick, Miller & Kropf, P.C., William & Flora Hewlett Foundation

Hard Times on the Colorado River: Drought, Growth and the Future of the Compact (Summer Conference, June 8-10)

Sponsors and Contributors: Colorado Water Conservation Board, Center for Advanced Decision Support for Water and Environmental Systems, Western Water Assessment, CU-CIRES/NOAA, Hydrosphere Resource Consultants, Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation, Colorado Foundation for Water Education, Patrick, Miller & Kropf, P.C., William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.

The Colorado River is approaching a crossroads. For the first time in its history, satisfying water demands in one state may require curtailing legally-recognized uses in another. This is not the first instance of water shortages in the region, and conflict among the seven Colorado River states is certainly not new. But the potential shortages ...


In Re Hoery V. United States: Compensating Homeowners For Loss Of Property Value Due To Toxic Pollution Under The Continuing Tort Doctrine, Elizabeth Ann Coleman Jan 2005

In Re Hoery V. United States: Compensating Homeowners For Loss Of Property Value Due To Toxic Pollution Under The Continuing Tort Doctrine, Elizabeth Ann Coleman

Villanova Environmental Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Apology Within A Moral Dialectic: A Reply To Professor Robbennolt, Lee Taft Jan 2005

Apology Within A Moral Dialectic: A Reply To Professor Robbennolt, Lee Taft

Michigan Law Review

Over the last several years, much has been written about the role of apology in facilitating the resolution of legal disputes. Within this body of work a debate has developed among legal scholars, practitioners, and legislators. Under traditional rules of evidence an apology which acknowledged fault would enter evidence as an admission against interest. Now there is a movement to legislatively "protect" apologies from the effects of the traditional rule in order to facilitate apology without evidentiary encumbrance. Scholars who have argued in favor of the relaxation of the traditional rule have largely relied on anecdotal evidence to support their ...