Winter 2004, Vol. 44, No. 1

Introduction          vii

Science, Politics, and U.S. Forest Service Law: The Battle over the Forest Service Planning Rule        1
George Hoberg

So Much Conflict, Yet So Much in Common: Considering the Similarities between Western Water Law and the Endangered Species Act          29
Reed D. Benson

Towards Common Sense in ESA Enforcement: Federal Courts and the Limits on Administrative Authority and Discretion under the Endangered Species Act          77
Gregory T. Broderick

The Need for a Comprehensive Approach to Protecting Rare Plants:Florida as a Case Study          125
Kevin E. Regan

In a Twenty-First Century "Minute"          163
Steven G. Ingram

Tribal Authority under the Clean Air Act: How Is It Working?          213
Jana B. Milford

Student Writing
The Pipeline Industry Meets Grief Unimaginable: Congress Reacts with the Pipeline Safety Improvement Act of 2002          243
Carol M. Parker

Preservation of Agricultural Lands Through Land Use Planning Tools and Techniques          283
Elisa Paster

Book Reviews
The State of the Natural Resources Literature
Recent Books on John Wesley Powell          319
Denise D. Fort

Economic Growth and Valuation of the Environment: A Debate, edited by Ekko C. van lerland, Jan van der Straaten & Herman Vollebergh          332
Olaf Werder

The New Economy of Nature: The Quest to Make Conservation Profitable, by Gretchen C. Daily & Katherine Ellison          336
Patrick Wilson

Improving Regulation: Cases in Environment, Health, and Safety, edited by Paul S. Fischbeck & R. Scott Farrow          339
Joseph M. Little

Books Received          345