An Examination of the Law Relating to the Water Rights of the Everglades National Park: A Case Study in Legal Problems of the Coastal Zone
University of Miami Sea Grant Program, 1972 - 360 pàgines
"The problems resulting from the dependence of the Park upon the natural flow of high quality water from the north may be instructively analyzed as a case study of the more general and often less dramatically and palpably evident relationship between man's activities and the natural environment. These considerations led the Environmental Study Group of the National Academy of Sciences and National Academy of Engineering to examine these problems. The study concentrates on the law relating to the water rights of the Park"--Introduction.
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