ENVIRONMENTAL LAW

The Air Pollution of Electric Power Generation: Clear Air Problems in Iowa…..20:652

Biomass Energy: An Agricultural Role in Pollution Control?…..45:143

The Changing Environment: Interpreting the Pollution Exclusion in the Context of CERCLA Liability…..44:153

Common Law Remedies Applicable to Solar Energy Obstruction in Iowa…..29:433

Common Agricultural Policy Quotas and the Environment…..45:71

A Comparison of US and UK Law Regarding Pollution from Agricultural Runoff…..45:159

Constitutional Jurisprudence in the Eyes of the Beholder: Preventing Harms and Providing Benefits in American Takings Law…..45:51

Controlling Agricultural Nonpoint Source Pollution: The New York Experience…..45:103

Doing the Right Thing for Profit: Markets, Trade, and Advancing Environmental Protection…..44:611

Employing Best Management Practices to Reduce Agricultural Water Pollution: Economics, Regulatory Institutions, and Policy Concerns…..45:125

Environmental Audits: Should a New Evidentiary Privilege Be Formulated or Do Existing Privileges Provide Adequate Protection?…..46:425

Federal and State Regulation of Wetlands in Iowa…..41:139

General Electric Co. v. Litton Industrial Automation Systems, Inc., 920 F.2d 1415 (8th Cir. 1990), cert. denied, 111 S. Ct. 1390 (1991)—A Plaintiff That Brings a Private Party Cost Recovery Action Under CERLA Can Recover Attorneys’ Fees Incurred in Recovering Clean-Up Costs…..41:819

Habitat and Species Conservation in the European Union and the United States…..45:19

Hazardous Chemicals—Right to Know in Iowa…..36:419

Highway Noise: To Compensate or Not to Compensate…..30:145

Insurance Issues in Hazardous Waste Cases…..39:881

Iowa Surface Drainage Law and Groundwater Quality Protection: Is There Potential Landowner Liability for Plugging Agricultural Drainage Wells and Sinkholes?…..39:809

Land Tenure Arrangements for Nature Conservation in the UK…..45:83

Land Use Regulatory Power of Conservation Districts in the Midwestern States for Controlling Nonpoint Source Pollutants…..33:35

Legal Approaches to the Prevention of Agricultural Water Pollution in England and Wales…..45:197

Liability for “Passive” Disposal of Hazardous Substances Under CERCLA…..42:255

Minnesota Public Interest Research Group v. Butz (8th Cir. 1976)—Plan of the United States Forest Service to Continue Commercial Logging of Virgin Timber in Minnesota Wilderness Area and Supporting Environmental Impact Statement Held to Be in Compliance With the National Environmental Policy Act…..26:220

Northern States Power Co. v. Minnesota, 447 F.2d 1143 (8th Cir. 1971)—The United States Government Has the Sole Authority, Under the Doctrine of Implied Preemption, to Regulate Radioactive Discharges from Nuclear Power Plants…..22:194

Pollution Control: Why Not Cost Allocation?…..21:133

Power Plant Siting—A Regulatory Crisis…..22:645

Regulation of Pesticides: The Canadian Experience…..37:241

Set-Aside and Environmental Protection…..45:219

Smoking in Public: Nonsmokers’ Rights and the Proposed Iowa Clean Indoor Air Act…..37:483

State Initiatives to Supplement the Conservation Reserve Program…..37:251

Trustees’ Reasonable Expectations of Coverage for Environmental Liability: Old Insurance for New Problems…..39:843

Why Is the “Jeffersonian Moment” So Enduring?…..45:1

Wisconsin Public Intervenor v. Mortier, 111 S. Ct. 2476 (1991)–The Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act Does Not Preempt Local Governmental Regulation of Pesticide Use…..42:287