Oregon Natural Resources Council Action v. United States Forest Service

Alston, Cameron B.
August 2000
Ecology Law Quarterly;2000, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p727
Academic Journal
Examines the problems underlying the foundation of the substantial deference standard in line with the Oregon Natural Resources Council Action versus the United States Forest Service case. Role of the Endangered Species Act to protect the spotted owl in the case; Features of the Northwest Forest Plan; Danger of self-serving interpretation and the need to reevaluate the Seminole Rock/Auer deference standard; Conclusion.


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