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envs 100 lecture 8 - CASE STUDY I Part 3 Developing a...

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CASE STUDY I Part 3 Developing a policy strategy for addressing the impacts of N deposition ENVS 100 Thursday, October 7
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Addressing the “new generation” N threat? New policies for a new threat? State (CA)? Federal? CAA (NAAQS for NOx)? The Endangered Species Act (ESA)? If we use ESA, are we only protecting endangered species, or can we also achieve broader ecosystem protection?
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deposition on serpentine grasslands? Can we use ESA as a tool to address/mitigate the threat of N deposition (on BCB serpentine habitat and ecosystems beyond)? If so, HOW would that work? Should we try to use the ESA to get at the newly recognized ecological threat of N deposition? WHY or WHY NOT?
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This note was uploaded on 09/15/2011 for the course ENVS 100 taught by Professor Zavaleta,e during the Fall '08 term at UCSC.

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