This series presents a legal and ecological perspective on
important environmental issues such as declining biodiversity and
the ecological significance of endangered species, the effects of
pollution on natural and managed systems, the ecology of fragile
ecosystems (mountains, grazed lands) and the effects
of pollution on ecosystem services. The scientific basis for
understanding important areas of environmental law will be
presented by experts in their fields. The formulating of
environmental law to influence human activities will be analyzed by
leading legal scholars. The central legal cases and challenges will
be explored and the resulting success of the statutes considered.
It is the intent of the series to provide a balance in the
treatment of legal and ecological material not traditionally found
in environmental law texts.
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