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Introduction
I.  Atlantic Salmon, Stolt Sea Farm, and the Historic Lack of Federal Regulation of Marine Aquaculture
II.  The Application of the Clean Water Act in the Absence of Permits and Standards
    A.  A Pollutant Must Be . . .
    \\0693\\B.  Added . . .
    C.  To Navigable Waters . . .
    D.  From . . .
    \\0694\\E.  A Point Source.
    F.  An Impossibility Excuse
    G.  Clean Water Act Outcome
III.  The Endangered Species Act as an Added
Layer of Regulation

    A.  The Possibilities of Disease
    B.  The Genetic Threats Posed by Net Pen Escapees
IV.  Discussion: the Convergence of the Clean Water Act, the Endangered Species Act, and the Sustainability of Salmon Net Pen Aquaculture in Marine Maine
    A.  The Apparent Incompatibility of the Proposed Effluent Guidelines, the Clean Water Act, and the District Court of Maine Decision
    B.  A Potential Lack of Focus on the Tenets of the Endangered Species Act
    C.  Other Significant Aspects of Aquaculture
Conclusion