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On the nature of sulfur dioxide injury, see Michael Treshow & Franklin K. Anderson, Plant Stress from Air Pollution 44–54 (1989). See Tory Report, supra note 41, at 1–35. “Polycausality” is a term coined by Schramm. See E. Schramm, Experts in the Smelter Smoke Debate, in The Silent Countdown: Essays in European Environmental History 201– 04 (P. Brimblecombe & C. , 1990). International Joint Commission, Testimony of George R. Hill, Trail Smelter Reference, Docket 25, 5 Hearing at Washington, January 22–February 12, 1930, at 1206–20 (January, 28 1930).
See Trail Smelter, Document Series A, Appendix A1, The Deans’ Report, 5–39. 31 See Trail News, supra note 5, at 1. See Horowitz, supra note 25, at 81. Washington State University Archives (WSUA), Papers of W. Lon Johnson, Cage 195, Vol. 68, R. C. Crowe to J. J. Warren, 1927, (March 27, 1927). BCPA, Cominco Papers, Technical File 227, S. B. Blaylock to J. J. Warren, (January 13, 1926). See Read, supra note 12, at 222 “An Outcrop of Hell” 21 Hence, two national states were drawn into a local, albeit transboundary, environmental conflict both as actors and conciliators.
Johnson and David Post, Law and Borders – The Rise of Law in Cyberspace, 48 Stanford Law Review 1367, 1368 (1996). 6 Rebecca M. Bratspies and Russell A. 16 Conscious of the limits imposed by the unique characteristics of the boundary at the center of the Trail Smelter dispute, the contributors in Part Two of this book explore Trail Smelter’s significance to some of today’s most pressing transboundary environmental problems. They discover a diverse array of transboundary environmental issues converging in the shadow cast by the Trail Smelter arbitration.