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Conference Proceedings

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AGENDA: The Past, Present, and Future of Our Public Lands: Celebrating the 40th Anniversary of the Public Land Law Review Commission's Report, One Third of the Nation's Land, University of Colorado Boulder. Natural Resources Law Center

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Hardrock Mining and the Public Land Law Review Commission: The More Things Change….21st Century Mining, a 20th Century Report, and a 19th Century Law, Roger Flynn

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National Forests Policy Assessment: Report to Montana Senator Jon Tester (University of Montana, College of Forestry and Conservation, Sept. 2008), Jim Burchfield and Martin Nie

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Reminiscences, John A. Carver, Jr.

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SLIDES: America's Redrock Wilderness, Scott Groene

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SLIDES: Celebrating FLPMA: Land Use Planning at the BLM, Marcilynn Burke

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SLIDES: Chapter 7 of the Commission Report, David L. Bernhardt

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SLIDES: Climate Change Adaptation and the Federal Lands, Robert L. Glicksman

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SLIDES: Climate Change and Public Lands: Examples from National Parks, Stephen Saunders

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SLIDES: Forest Service Planning at a Crossroads; New Approaches to Old Recommendations, Rick Cables

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SLIDES: Grazing on the Public Lands, William G. Myers III

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SLIDES: Land Use Planning, Ann Morgan

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SLIDES: Livestock Grazing on the Public Lands, Joe Feller

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SLIDES: Second Thoughts About the Antiquities Act: Does the Process for Public Land Decisionmaking Have an Ethical Dimension?, James R. Rasband

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SLIDES: The Spotted Owl Controversy: An Example of the ESA's Dominant Role in Federal Land Use Planning, Norman D. James

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SLIDES: Water Management on Public Lands: Chapter 8 of the PLLRC Report, Michael Gheleta

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SLIDES: Why Public Lands? A Question Not Addressed 40 Years Ago, Thomas Michael Power

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Some Reflections on Fish and Wildlife Resources (Report Chapter Nine), Todd True

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The Mexican Spotted Owl Controversy: An Example of the ESA’s Dominant Role in Federal Land Use Planning, Norman D. James

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VIDEO: Session 1, Part 1: The History and Evolution of Public Land Law Policy: Charles Wilkinson and Patty Limerick, Mark Squillace, Charles F. Wilkinson, and Patty Limerick

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VIDEO: Session 1, Part 2: Point/Counterpoint: Two Economic Perspectives on Public Lands Policy, Thomas Michael Power and Terry Anderson

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VIDEO: Session 1, Part 3: Reminiscing About the Public Land Law Review Commission (PLLRC), John Carver and Jerry Haggard

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VIDEO: Session 2, Part 1: The Evolution of Planning on Public Lands (Chapters 3, 4, and 13 of the Commission Report), Ann Morgan, Marcilynn Burke, Rick Cables, and Rob Fischman

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VIDEO: Session 2, Part 2: Land Use Planning on the Public Lands, Keynote Speaker: Harris Sherman, Harris Sherman

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VIDEO: Session 3, Part 1: Timber Management on the Public Lands (Chapter 5 of the Commission Report), Martin Nie, MIke Anderson, and Jim Riley

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VIDEO: Session 3, Part 2: Grazing on the Public Lands (Chapter 6 of the Commission Report), Joe Feller, William Myers III, and Sarah Krakoff

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VIDEO: Session 3, Part 3: Mining and Mineral Development on the Public Lands (Chapter 7 of the Commission Report), Clay Parr, Roger Flynn, Paul Smyth, and David Bernhardt

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VIDEO: Session 4: Water Management on the Public Lands (Chapter 8 of the Commission Report), Michael Gheleta, Anne Castle, Sarah Bates, and Gregory Hobbs

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VIDEO: Session 5, Part 2: Wildlife on the Public Lands (Chapter 9 of the Commission Report), Karin Sheldon, Norman James, and Todd True

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VIDEO: Session 5, Part 3: Dedication of the Gary Bryner Award for Public Service in Natural Resources Policy, Mark Squillace

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VIDEO: Session 5, Part 4: The Moral and Ethical Dimensions of Decision-making on Public Lands: National Monuments and Beyond, Jim Rasband and Mark Squillace