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A SURVEY OF AGREEMENTS AND FEDERAL LEGISLATION PROTECTING POLAR BEARS IN THE UNITED STATES

JAMIE M. WOOLSEY


1 Journal of Animal Law 73 (2005)
Publish Date:
2005
Place of Publication: Michigan State University College of Law
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A SURVEY OF AGREEMENTS AND FEDERAL LEGISLATION PROTECTING POLAR BEARS IN THE UNITED STATES

Throughout the past few decades, international concern for polar bear welfare has increased dramatically.  The multinational agreements forged for their conservation require significant policing, cooperation, and understanding of the complex ecological and economic considerations surrounding these predators.  Woolsey’s article explores the international agreements and measures designed to save both the bears and their critical habitat.

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