Defenders of Wildlife v. Norton: A Closer Look at the 'Significant Portion of Its Range' Concept

Maranzana, Linda C.
August 2002
Ecology Law Quarterly;2002, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p263
Academic Journal
Discusses the court case Defenders of Wildlife versus Norton. Legal background of the case; Contextual analysis of the term, significant portion of its range, contained in the U.S. Endangered Species Act's definition of endangered species; Information on the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal's decision on the case.


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