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Legal References

  • Lam, Valerie J., 1991
    Beach Access: A Public Right?
    Hawaii Bar Journal, Vol. 23(1) pages 65-87.
  • Bunn, Pam and Costa, Wayne, 1994  
    Public Access Shoreline Hawaii V. Hawaii County Planning Commission: The Affirmative Duty to Consider the Effect of Development on Native Hawaiian Gathering Rights.
    University of Hawai'i Law Review, Vol. 16 pages 303-349.
  • Watumull, Gina M., 1994
    Pele Defense Fund v. Paty: Exacerbating the Inherent Conflict Between Hawaiian Native Tenant Access and Gathering Rights and Western Property Rights.
    University of Hawai'i Law Review, Vol. 16 pages 207-261.
  • Mueller, Daniel G., 1995
    The Reassertion of Native Hawaiian Gathering Rights Within The Context of Hawai'i's Western System of Land Tenure.
    University of Hawai'i Law Review, Vol. 17 pages 165-192.
  • Sproat, D. Kapua, 1998
    The Backlash Against PASH: Legislative Attempts To Restrict Native Hawaiian Rights.
    University of Hawai'i Law Review, Vol. 20 pages 321-373.
  • Sullivan, Paul M., 1998
    Customary Revolutions: The Law of Custom and the Conflict of Traditions in Hawai'i.
    University of Hawai'i Law Review, Vol. 20 pages 99-163.
  • Burling, James, 2002
    The Latest Take on Background Principles and the States' Law of Property After Lucas and Palazzolo.
    University of Hawai'i Law Review, Vol. 24 pages 497-531.
  • Mongeau, Deborah, 2003
    Public Beach Access: An Annotated Bibliography.
    Law Library Journal, Vol. 95(4)  pages 515-557.
  • Schmidt, Damon, 2004
    Wiping Out the Ban on Surfboards at Point Panic.
    University of Hawai'i Law Review, Vol. 27 pages 303-329.
  • Thompson, Robert, 2007
    Cultural Models and Shoreline Social Conflict.
    Coastal Management, Vol. 35(2) pages 211-237.

Websites

State Representative Barbara Marumoto on Beach Access and Shoreline Vegetation

Rep. Barbara Marumoto discusses Kahala Beach with long-time resident Lucinda Pyles and Dolan Eversole, Coastal Geology Extension Agent, UH Sea Grant College Program. The show identifies the problem of obstruction of lateral access, recreational use, and natural beach processes.