Modern Public Land Law Use in a Nutshell / Edition 1by Robert L. Glicksman, George C. Coggins
Pub. Date: 06/28/1995
Publisher: West Group
History of Modern Public Land Law; Constitutional Authority: Congress and the States; Jurisdiction Within Federal Enclaves; Property Clause; Federal Preemption; Takings: Limits on the Exercise of Congressional Power; The Executive and the Courts; Water Resource; Acquisition of Water Rights; Federal Water Resources Development; Watershed Management; Mineral Resource; Hardrock Minerals; Mineral Leasing; Split Estates; The Timber Resource; Timber Contracts; Traditional and Modern Forest Management; Range Resource; Taylor Grazing Act; Post-FLPMA Public Rangeland Management; The Wildlife Resource; Wildlife and the Constitution; Endangered Species Protection; The National Wildlife Refuge System; Recreation Resource; Acquisition; The National Park System; National Recreation Areas; Off-Road Vehicle Regulation; Preservation Resource; Archaeological and Historic Artifacts; External Threats; River Preservation; Wilderness Preservation.
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