Section I: Basic Resource Use and Disposal 6
Overview 7
a. Water Quantity: A Management Approach - Uetrecht 9
b. Issues Related to the Quality of Water on St. John - Uhlenhake 22
c. The St. John Landfill and Recycling Solution - Schulman 31
Section II. Endangered Species: Natural and Human 41
Overview 42
a. West Indies Spiney Lobster: Management and Repopulation - Kraemer 43
b. Indian Mongoose: Humane Removal of an Exotic Species - Johnson 50
c. Management of the Caribbean Dry Forest on St. John - White 57
d. The Decline of Basketry on St. John - Winoker 64
Section III. Coastal Impacts and Management 69
Overview 70
a. Coral Reef Degradation Due to Tourist Use - Boucher 72
b. Management Strategy Concerning Anchor Damage - Endacott 78
c. Vessel Pollution In St. John - Land 84
d. Morality or Human Rights? Nude Sunbathing in the Park - Kelloggv101
Section IV. Balancing Conservation With Development 107
Overview 108
a. Land or Identity: The St. John Development Conflict - Burden 110
b. Solution to the Housing Problem on St. John - Smith 116
c. Zoning: A Management Tool - Martino 131
d. The Coastal Zone Management Act: A Plan of Awareness - Reynolds 138
Section V. Services That Promote Working Together 144
Overview 145
a. The St. John Conflict: Park Versus People - Casey 146
b. An Island Emergency Medical System - Wortman 155
c. Volunteer to Help Yourself - Blattner 158

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