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Vol. 13, No. 2 - July 2010

In this issue:

Message from the Chair
Robin Kundis Craig…1

Massachusetts Ocean Act: A New Way of Looking at Ocean Planning
Anthony Bowers…3

The Shifting Tides of Federal Fisheries Management in Massachusetts: Some Issues for Consideration
Amy J. Kocher Sluszka…10

The National Marine Sanctuaries Act: A Sanctuary for Climate Change Litigation?
Jane Cynthia Graham…13

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Vol. 13, No. 1 - February 2010

In this issue:

Message from the Chair
Robin K. Craig…1

Marine Scientific Research and International Law: How Does International Law Apply to Whale Wars?
Kaitlyn C. Shaw…3

Oil Pollution Act’s 20-Year Progress Report: Achievements and Lingering Issues
Briana Collier…6

Regulatory Takings and Rising Tides: Lessons from Lucas and Background Principles Analysis as a Way of Justifying Prohibitions on Coastal Development in Response to Climate Change
Chad J. McGuire…9

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Vol. 12, No. 3 - August 2009

In this issue:

Message from the Chair
Mike Wascom…1

Presidential Bans on Commercial Fishing the Pacific Marine Protected Areas: A Politically Popular but Unlawful Regulatory Action?
James P. Walsh and Gwen Fanger…1

Different Lens, Same Fish: An Analytical Look at the Goliath Grouper and Its Road to Recovery
Jeffrey Vivo…10

Section Fall Meeting Preview
Francine Ffolkes…15

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Vol. 12, No. 2 - February 2009

In this issue:

Message from the Chair
Mike Wascom…1

Case Note: Winter v. Natural Resources Defense Council
Pamela Lawrence and Fatima Ahmad…2

Winter v. Natural Resources Defense Council: Can Military Training and Marine Mammals Coexist?
James M. Stuhltrager…9

Increasing Hope for Florida Keys Coral Reef in the Face of Climate Change
Katherine A. Weber…12

Ocean Acidification and the Clean Water Act
Robin Kundis Craig…21

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Vol. 12, No. 1 - December 2008

In this issue:

Message from the Chair
Mike Wascom…1

Initial Report from the Sand Bar on Hurricane Ike
Jay T. Huffman…1

Coastside Fishing Club and Michael J. Nolan v. the California Resources Agency, the California Department of Fish and Game, and the Resources Legacy Fund Foundation
Michael R. Valentine and J. Michael Hardy…3

Rights-Based Fisheries and Ecosystem-Based Management: Maybe Scientists and Fishermen Know the Way?
Chad J. McGuire and Bradley P. Harris…5

Exempt No More: NPDES Permits Will Be Required for Vessel Discharges
Ryan Mohr and John Allen…7

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Vol. 11, No. 2 - May 2008

In this issue:

Co-Chairs’ Comments
Patrick Flanigan and Mike Wascom…1

Florida’s Commercial Shark Fishing Industry Seeks Declaration of Fishery Failure under the Magnuson-Stevens Act Due to Regulatory Restrictions
Mike Mastry…1

Operational Issues in U.S. Fisheries Management: What Are Some of the Major Scientific, Political, and Legal Hurdles to Implementing Ecosystem-based Management?
Bradley P. Harris and Chad J. McGuire…5

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Vol. 11, No. 1 - February 2008

Message from the Co-Chairs
Patrick Flanigan and Mike Wascom…1

Polar Bears, the Endangered Species Act, and the EPA’s Species-related Duties with Respect to Greenhouse Gas Regulation
Patrick D. Donnelly…1

Case Law Round-up
Robin Kundis Craig…6

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Vol. 10, No. 1 - April 2007

Chair’s Message
Robin K. Craig…1

The Statute of Limitations under the Magnuson-Stevens Act: 30-Days from When?
Mike Mastry…3

Web Resources for Marine Resources—Focus: Liquefied Natural Gas Facilities…6

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Vol. 9, No. 3 - August 2006

Chair’s Message
Robin K. Craig…1

Effective Coral Reef Advocacy Using Federal Law is Possible through the Creative Use of Available Tools
Mike Mastry…3

Ocean Noise: An Emerging New Field of Marine Litigation
Mekaela Mahoney…5

Web Resources for Marine Resources
Focus: Ocean Policy
Mike Wascom…6

2006 International Environmental Law Moot Court Competition to Focus on Climate Change and Coral Reefs…7

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Vol. 9, No. 2 - April 2006

Message from the Chair
Robin K. Craig…1

Ocean Education Resources on the Web
Denise Antolini and Kamaile A. Nichols…2

Section Calendar…5

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Vol. 9, No. 1 - December 2005

Message from the Chair
Robin Craig...1

American Bar Association: Ocean Policy Resolutions...2

Section Calendar...6

Web Resources for Marine Resources ... 7

Marine Resources Cases of Note: April-October 2005...7

Like to Write? ... 8

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Vol. 8, No. 1 - April 2005

Message from the Chair
Robin Craig …1

Recent Developments in Marine Resources Law…2

From the Section and ABA Publishing: The Clean Water Act Handbook, Second Edition…4

Publication Alert…5

Like to Write?…5

Section Calendar…6

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Vol. 7, No. 1 - June 2004

Message from the Committee…1

Open Ocean Aquaculture: The Wave of the Future?
Marianne Cufone…2

Words and Thoughts Needed…4

Coastal Resource Protection and Management - Chapter 2 in a Long History
Gerald George…4

From the Section and ABA Publishing: The Clean Water Act Handbook, Second Edition…7

Section Calendar…8

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Vol. 6, No. 3 - August 2003

Law, Science and Managing Fisheries…1
Josh Eagle

Words and Thoughts Needed…10

The Louisiana Regional Restoration Planning Program…11
Karolien Debusschere and Ann Berger

Section Calendar…13

New from the Section and ABA Publishing…14

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Vol. 6, No. 2 - November 2002

Message from the Chair
Sandra Zellmer

Ship Pollution and Criminal Responsibility
William R. Dorsey, III

Safer Seas and Cleaner Oceans: The International Maritime Organization
Gaetano Librando

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Vol. 5, No. 1 - March 2002

President Bush Addresses Clear Skies and Global Climate Change
Linda Burlington

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Vol. 4, No. 2 - May 2001

IMO Moves Aggressively on Pollution-Related Issues
Gerald F. George

EPA Announces Action Plan to Reduce Gulf of Mexico Dead Zone
Jennifer Harr

Tidal Waves and Ripples: Updates
Dr. Wyndylyn von Zharen

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Vol. 4, No. 1 - November 2000

New Developments Regarding Contaminated Sediment Cleanups
Peter Hsiao

Some Recent Developments
Dr. Wyndylyn von Zharen

USSC Issues Ruling in Manteo Dispute
Jonathan Hunter

FPSO's - Coming to the Gulf of Mexico
Jonathan Hunter

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Vol. 3, No. 1 - May 2000

United States (Intertanko) v. Locke: The Supreme Court Strikes Down State of Washington Regulations
Barry R. Ogilby and Mark de Langis

Supreme Court Hears Argument in Lease Buy-Back Litiagtion
Craig Wyman

The Salmon Agreement: Another Surf War Avoided
Dr. Wyndylyn von Zharen

The "Dead Zone" - Hypoxia in the Gulf of Mexico
Jennifer Harr

NRD Lite - The Next American Export to Europe?
Gerald F. George

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