Environmental Law Program

2004

Student & Alumni Publications

Kara Marciniec, When (Moving) Dirt Hurts: How the Ninth Circuit in Borden Ranch Partnership v. United States Army Corps of Engineers Could have Better Justified Its Decision to Protect Wetlands, 27 U. Haw. L. Rev. 417 (2004).

Damon Schmidt, Wiping Out the Ban on Surfboards at Point Panic, 27 U. Haw. L. Rev. 303 (2004).

Adrienne Iwamoto Suarez, Avoiding the Next Hokuliʻa: The Debate over Hawaiʻi’s Agricultural Subdivisions, 27 U. Haw. L. Rev. 441 (2004).

Faculty Publications

Denise Antolini, Marine Reserves in Hawaii: A New Call for Stewardship, 19-SUM Nat. Resources & Env’t 36 (2004).

Calvert Chipchase, From Grand Central to Sierras: What do We do with Investment-Backed Expectations in Partial Regulatory Takings?, 23 Va. Envtl. L. J. 43 (2004).

Richard Hildreth, M. Casey Jarman & Maggie Longlas, Rules for a Precautionary Approach in U.S. Marine Resources Management, 19-SUM Nat. Resources & Env’t 64 (2004).

Jon Van Dyke, More Bad News for the Whales, 19-SUM Nat. Resources & Env’t 20 (2004).

Jon Van Dyke, Regionalism, Fisheries and Environmental Challenges in the Pacific, 6 San Diego Int’l L. J. 143 (2004).

Other

Lori Baker, Global Warming: Attorneys General Declare Public Nuisance, 27 U. Haw. L. Rev. 525 (2004).