This paper examines rural ozone pollution in the Uinta Basin. The pollution issue is complex—scientific uncertainty compounds with jurisdictional issues under the Clean Air Act. A large number of conservation, government, and economic stakeholders take interest in the region’s air quality and there are no easy answers. This paper seeks to stimulate discussion in hopes of fostering a collaborative approach to solving the problem. It includes both a conflict assessment and proposes a process design for moving forward through cooperation.
Robinson, John Jr., "Uinta Basin: Elevated Ozone Creates Opportunities, Not Adversaries" (2013). Environmental Dispute Resolution Program. 11.