Natural Resources Law

One third of the nation's land base belongs to the American public and is managed by the United States Forest Service and agencies of the Department of the Interior. The federal lands provide significant wildlife habitat and clean water, and are important sources of timber, forage, and energy. They also offer opportunities for recreation. Through this course students will examine the statutes and regulations governing the management of the federal lands and their resources. Students will consider the historical, political, and ecological influences on the law and management of these resources. They will also be introduced to the agencies with jurisdiction over the components of the federal estate.

Federal Public Land and Resource 7th

Federal Public Land and Resource 7th


Product ID: 9781609303334
By Coggins, Wilkinson, Keshy & Fischman. This casebook is the authoritative introduction to public land and resources law. Case studies, case notes, and examples illustrate legal points with special attention to historical and social context. Thought-provoking questions facilitate classroom discussion. This new edition is completely updated, including thorough revisions of all chapters, considerable streamlining, and many new principal cases.
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