Ocean and Coastal Law Journal: Volume 9, No. 2 (2004)

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Introduction
Integrated Coastal Management in North America: An Introduction to Challenges Facing Our Planet's Ocean-Land Interface
Alfred M. Duda
Articles
Transboundary Water Management: An Institutional Comparison Among Canada, the United States and Mexico
Richard Kyle Paisley, Cuauhtemoc Leon, Boris Graizbord, and Eugene C. Bricklemyer, Jr.
Integrated Coastal Management (ICM): A Brief Legal and Institutional Comparison Among Canada, the United States and Mexico
Richard Kyle Paisley, Maaria Curlier, Cuauhtemoc Leon, Boris Graizbord, and Eugene C. Bricklemyer, Jr.
Desiderata for Public Policy Requirements for the Mexican Coastline
Cuauhtemoc Leon, Boris Graizbord, Richard Kyle Paisley, and Eugene C. Bricklemyer, Jr.
Preservation of Coastal Spaces: A Dialogue on Oregon's Experience with Integrated Land Use Management
Eugene c. Bricklemyer, Jr., Shelby Smith, Cuauhtemoc Leon, Boris Graizbord, and Richard Kyle Paisley
Challenges for Managing the North American Coastal Zone
Cuauhtemoc Leon, Boris Graizbord, Richard Kyle Paisley, Eugene C. Bricklemyer, Jr., and Juan J. del Toro
Appropriate Sanitation and Integrated Coastal Management: An Ecologically-Based Human Waste Treatment System for Coastal Settlements on the Bahia de Navidad, Jalisco State, Mexico
Eugene C. Bricklemyer, Jr., Alfredo Tomas Ortega Ojeda, Cuauhtemoc Leon, Boris Graizbord, and Richard Kyle Paisley
Comment
Swimming Upstream: A Legal Analysis of Listing Atlantic Salmon as an Endangered Species
John Elmen
Recent Developments
A Review of Developments in Ocean and Coastal Law 2004
 

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