Ninth Circuit Upholds Measures to Protect Salmon Under the Endangered Species Act

Mastroyannis-Zaft, David
August 2001
Ecology Law Quarterly;2001, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p561
Academic Journal
Discusses the decision of the United States Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals on the case between the Aluminum Co. of America and the administrator of the Bonneville Power Administration, which involved the protection of salmon from hydropower in the Columbia River. Background on the case; Details of the decision; Importance of the decision.


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