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Summer 1989, Vol. 29, No. 3

Front Matter


To Market or Not to Market: Allocating Water Rights in New Mexico         629
Arthur H. Chan

From Water Law to Transferability in New South Wales         645
Andrew K. Dragun, Victor Gleeson

Transboundary Groundwaters: The Bellagio Draft Treaty    663
Robert D. Hayton, Albert E. Utton

Public Policy Implications for the Supply of Pine Sawlogs          723
Richard A. Kluender, John C. Pickett

Economics and Public Forestland Management          737
John V. Krutilla, Michael D. Bowes

Institutions in Water Policy: The Case of Nebraska          751
Peter J. Longo, Robert D. Miewald

Native American Water Rights: Efficiency and Fairness           763
Michael R. Moore

The Evolution of Policy Responses to Stratospheric Ozone Depletion          793
Peter M. Morrisette

Australia-Indonesia Sea-Bed Boundary Negotiations: Proposals for a Joint Development Zone in the "Timor Gap"           821
Ernst Willheim

A Comment on the Wilderness Debate: A Rancher's View          843
James M. Jackson


The Best Equitable Defense Is a Good Offense (Note)         849
Yvette Gonzales

The Milagro Beanfield War Revisited in Ensenada Land and Water Association v.Sleeper: Public Welfare Defies Transfer of Water   (Note)      861
Shannon A. Parden

Interior Turns off Tap for Wilderness Areas    (Comment)    877
M. Gloria Tristani


Perspectives on Ecosystem Management for the Great Lakes: A Reader           895
Leonard B. Dworsky

Resource Development and Environmental Issues: Opportunities and Constraints in the Hunter Region, NSW           898
Aynsley Kellow

Using Surveys to Value Public Goods: The Contingent Valuation Method           900
Raymond Prince