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Divided waters : bridging the U.S.-Mexico border

Author: Helen M Ingram; Nancy R Laney; David M Gillilan
Publisher: Tucson : University of Arizona Press, ©1995.
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Explains the nature of water development and utilization on the U.S.-Mexico border, using the border city of Nogales as its focus in delineating the social, economic, political, and institutional problems that stand in the way of effective management, and arguing for the development of a more integrated and participatory approach to managing binational water resources.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Ingram, Helen M., 1937-
Divided waters.
Tucson : University of Arizona Press, c1995
(OCoLC)654845185
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Helen M Ingram; Nancy R Laney; David M Gillilan
ISBN: 0816515131 9780816515134 0816515646 9780816515646
OCLC Number: 32312300
Description: xiv, 262 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Ch. 1. Global Trends and Border Consequences --
Ch. 2. Shared Encounters: Ambos Nogales --
Ch. 3. The Troubled Waters of Ambos Nogales --
Ch. 4. Divided Neighbors --
Ch. 5. Stranded Communities and Failed Crossings --
Ch. 6. Reinventing the Border: A Framework for Transboundary Water Management --
Appendix A Implementation of the Border Environment Cooperation Commission and the North American Development Bank --
Appendix B Proposal for a U.S.-Mexico International Boundary Environmental Commission: A Binational U.S.-Mexico Border Environmental Management Institution.
Responsibility: Helen Ingram, Nancy R. Laney, and David M. Gillilan.
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Explains the nature of water development and utilization on the U.S.-Mexico border, using the border city of Nogales as its focus in delineating the social, economic, political, and institutional problems that stand in the way of effective management, and arguing for the development of a more integrated and participatory approach to managing binational water resources.

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