Natural resources law / by Jan G. Laitos, Professor of Law and John A. Carver Jr. Chair in Natural Resources and Environmental Law, University of Denver Sturm College of Law; Sandra B. Zellmer, Professor of Law and Robert D. B. Daugherty Chair, University of Nebraska College of Law
- Hornbook series
- Part 1. The fundamentals of natural resources law -- part 2. Laws, litigation, and decision-making -- part 3. Resources management and protection -- part 4. Resource use and development.
1. The strange career of natural resources law -- 2. Economics and natural resources law -- 3. Natural resources decisionmaking and litigation -- 4. NEPA -- 5. Public lands -- 6. Wildlife law -- 7. Preservation and recreation -- 8. Rangeland law -- 9. Timber -- 10. Mineral resources -- 11. Energy resources -- 12. Water.
- "This treatise is a thorough assessment of the important and growing field of natural resources law. It provides comprehensive coverage of the laws, policies, and decision-making processes pertinent to the "core "commodity natural resources - rangeland, timber, mineral resources, energy resources, and water. It also covers the management and protection of non-commodity resources, such as wildlife, wilderness, and other types of preservation and recreation lands. As an essential addition to any environmental, natural resources, or public lands library, the book puts natural resources law in context with a review of the National Environmental Policy Act, a history of natural resources use and regulation, as well as a user-friendly description of resource economics."--Publisher.
- 9780314290168 (hbk.)
9781634598361 (electronic bk.)
1634598369 (electronic bk.)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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