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The law and policy of salmon protection and restoration are complex, and matters surrounding salmon implicate topics as varied as Indian treaty fishing rights, dam management and removal, international treaties, predator control, and climate change. Pacific Salmon Law and the Environment chronicles the diverse issues concerning salmon allocation, management, and restoration in the 21st century, providing the historical understanding necessary for an accurate perspective of the present-day problems salmon face. The book is a must-read for ecologists, biologists, attorneys, educators, activists, students, and others concerned about the fate of salmon in the Pacific Northwest in the climate-challenged 21st century. More information is at: https://www.eli.org/eli-press-books/pacific-salmon-law-and-environment-treaties-endangered-species-dam-removal-climate.
Environmental Law Institute Press
salmon law, natural resources law, Indian treaties, environmental law, wildlife law, water law, international law
Environmental Law | Indigenous, Indian, and Aboriginal Law | International Law | Natural Resources Law | Water Law
Blumm, Michael, "Pacific Salmon Law and the Environment: Treaties, Endangered Species, Dam Removal, Climate Change, and Beyond (Tables and Preface)" (2022). Books. 2.