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The Domestic Well Exemption In The West: A Case Study Of Santa Fe’S Municipal Ordinance, Maxine N. Paul 2017 University of New Mexico

The Domestic Well Exemption In The West: A Case Study Of Santa Fe’S Municipal Ordinance, Maxine N. Paul

Natural Resources Journal

In the case of Bounds v. State of New Mexico, the New Mexico Supreme Court upheld the constitutionality of a statute that allows domestic wells to be permitted with less oversight than other water rights. The statute, known as the domestic well exemption, is common in various forms throughout the Western United States. Currently, there are an estimated 200,000 permitted domestic wells across the State of New Mexico, increasing at a rate of approximately 5,000 per year. Various scholars have argued for amendments to domestic well statutes or local regulations to make exempt well applications as rigorous as ...


Nasty Weather And Ugly Produce: Climate Change, Agricultural Adaptation, And Food Waste, Richard Moore 2017 University of New Mexico

Nasty Weather And Ugly Produce: Climate Change, Agricultural Adaptation, And Food Waste, Richard Moore

Natural Resources Journal

Food systems worldwide are threatened by climate change, as reflected, for example, in the diminished yields of fruits and vegetables and reduced production of global fisheries. This article discusses the threats of climate change on agricultural production and the need for agricultural adaptation. It posits that food insecurity must be considered in terms of climate change and its likely effects on food production. The article argues that agricultural mitigation and adaptation measures should must be pursued and communicated through the mechanisms of the Paris Agreement. In the United States, reducing food waste effectuated by the regulation on the culling of ...


Front Matter, Natural Resources i. Journal 2017 University of New Mexico

Front Matter, Natural Resources I. Journal

Natural Resources Journal

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Liquid Power: Contested Hydro-Modernities In Twentieth-Century Spain By Erikswyngedouw, John Morseau 2017 University of New Mexico

Liquid Power: Contested Hydro-Modernities In Twentieth-Century Spain By Erikswyngedouw, John Morseau

Natural Resources Journal

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Fighting For Environmental Justice: The Life And Work Of Professor Eileen Gauna, Clifford J. Villa 2017 University of New Mexico

Fighting For Environmental Justice: The Life And Work Of Professor Eileen Gauna, Clifford J. Villa

Natural Resources Journal

No abstract provided.


Punctuated Equilibrium: A Model For Administrative Evolution, 44 J. Marshall L. Rev. 353 (2011), Mark C. Niles 2017 Selected Works

Punctuated Equilibrium: A Model For Administrative Evolution, 44 J. Marshall L. Rev. 353 (2011), Mark C. Niles

Mark Niles

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Introduction, G. Emlen Hall 2017 Selected Works

Introduction, G. Emlen Hall

G Emlen Hall

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Introduction, G. Emlen Hall 2017 Selected Works

Introduction, G. Emlen Hall

G Emlen Hall

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Unilateral Jurisdiction To Provide Global Public Goods: A Republican Account, Aravind Ganesh 2017 Brooklyn Law School

Unilateral Jurisdiction To Provide Global Public Goods: A Republican Account, Aravind Ganesh

Brooklyn Journal of International Law

Failures of international cooperation with regard to protecting the environment, regulating cross-border competition, and preventing terrorism have sometimes lead states to enact unilateral measures with extraterritorial effect. A common trend among international legal scholars defending these measures is to employ the concept of ‘global public goods,’ understood as desirable, utility-advancing things that tend, for various reasons, to be undersupplied by states acting separately. On this view, unilateral measures are justified on grounds that they address ‘harms’ to ‘interests’ that cannot be contained within individual states, or because they advance supposedly universal ‘values.’ Drawing from the ‘republican’ legal and political philosophy ...


The Significance Of Natural Law In Contemporary Legal Thought, Charles E. Marske, Charles P. Kofron, Steven Vago 2017 St. John's University School of Law

The Significance Of Natural Law In Contemporary Legal Thought, Charles E. Marske, Charles P. Kofron, Steven Vago

The Catholic Lawyer

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State Regulation Of Oil And Gas Pools On State, Federal, Indian And Fee Lands, C. Gene Samberson 2017 University of New Mexico

State Regulation Of Oil And Gas Pools On State, Federal, Indian And Fee Lands, C. Gene Samberson

Natural Resources Journal

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Richardson, Elmo R., The Politics Of Conservation: Crusades And Controversies, 1897-1913, Ernest A. Engelbert 2017 University of New Mexico

Richardson, Elmo R., The Politics Of Conservation: Crusades And Controversies, 1897-1913, Ernest A. Engelbert

Natural Resources Journal

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Milner, J. B., Community Planning: A Casebook On Law And Administration, Ira Michael Heyman 2017 University of New Mexico

Milner, J. B., Community Planning: A Casebook On Law And Administration, Ira Michael Heyman

Natural Resources Journal

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Alternatives For Recovery Of Attorney's Fees In Environmental Litigation, Fritz Ledbetter 2017 University of New Mexico

Alternatives For Recovery Of Attorney's Fees In Environmental Litigation, Fritz Ledbetter

Natural Resources Journal

No abstract provided.


Res Judicata: Will It Stop Instream Flows From Being The Wave Of The Future?, Harold A. Ranquist 2017 University of New Mexico

Res Judicata: Will It Stop Instream Flows From Being The Wave Of The Future?, Harold A. Ranquist

Natural Resources Journal

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Statecraft, Domestic Politics, And Foreign Policymaking: The El Chamizal Dispute, Albert E. Utton 2017 University of New Mexico

Statecraft, Domestic Politics, And Foreign Policymaking: The El Chamizal Dispute, Albert E. Utton

Natural Resources Journal

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Public Participation And Natural Resource Decision-Making: The Case Of The Rare Ii Decisions, Paul Mohai 2017 University of New Mexico

Public Participation And Natural Resource Decision-Making: The Case Of The Rare Ii Decisions, Paul Mohai

Natural Resources Journal

No abstract provided.


A Return To The Crossroads: Farming, Nutrient Loss, And Conservation, Jonathan Coppess 2017 University of Arkansas at Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law

A Return To The Crossroads: Farming, Nutrient Loss, And Conservation, Jonathan Coppess

University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review

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Data Driven Weed Management: Tracking Herbicide Resistance At The Landscape Scale, A. Bryan Endres, Natalie M. West, Jeffrey A. Evans, Lisa R. Schlessinger 2017 University of Arkansas at Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law

Data Driven Weed Management: Tracking Herbicide Resistance At The Landscape Scale, A. Bryan Endres, Natalie M. West, Jeffrey A. Evans, Lisa R. Schlessinger

University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review

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The Relation Between Natural Law And Human Law In Thomas Aquinas, Raymond Bradley 2017 St. John's University School of Law

The Relation Between Natural Law And Human Law In Thomas Aquinas, Raymond Bradley

The Catholic Lawyer

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