|Isolated Wetlands Bibliography - Legal - Regulatory - Policy|
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LEGAL - REGULATORY - POLICY
Bedford, B.L. and K.S. Godwin. 2003. Fens of the United States: distribution, characteristics, and scientific connection versus legal isolation. Wetlands. 23(3):608-629.
Christie, J. and S. Hausmann. 2003. Variouis state reactions to the SWANCC decision. Wetlands. 23(3):653-662.
Downing, D.M., C. Winer, and L.D. Wood. 2003. Navigating through clean water act jurisdictioin: a legal review.
Faber, Scott. 1996. On Borrowed Land: Public Policies for Floodplains. Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.
Holman, J. Blanding. 1995. After United v. Lopez: Can the Clean Water Act and the Endangered Species Act Survive the Commerce Clause Attack? Virginia Environmental Law Journal Association 15(139). www.lib.ttu.edu/playa/rights
Indiana Dept. of Environmental Management. IDEM Actions Related to SWANCC Supreme Court Decision. Memorandum from the Commissioner. April 11, 2001. http://www.state.in.us/idem/owm/planbr/401/swanccmemo.pdf
Johnson, S.M. 1993. Federal regulation of isolated wetlands. Environmental Law. 23(1):1-42.
A North Carolina -- The Pocosins and Other Freshwater Wetlands. The Impact of Federal Programs on Wetlands - Vol. II. http://www.doi.gov/oepc/wetlands2/v2ch16.html
Peek, T. and D. Wilson. 1981. Examining the Economic, Social, and Environmental Implications of Peatland Development. Pages 83-92 in: B. Richardson, Editor. Selected Proceedings of the Midwest Conference on Wetland Values and Management, June 17-19, 1981, St. Paul, MN. The Freshwater Society. St. Paul, MN. 660 pp.
Pelley, Janet. 1998. Federal court ruling puts protection of isolated wetlands at risk. Environ. Sci. Technol., 32(5).
Priolo, D.J. 1995. Section 404 of the Clean Water Act: The case for expansion of federal jurisdiction over isolated wetlands. Land and Water Law Review. 30(1):91-108.
Van der Valk, A.G. and R.L. Pederson. The SWANCC decision and its implications for prairie potholes. 2003. Wetlands. 23(3):590-596.