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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Ved P Nanda; University of Denver. College of Law.
|Notes:||Most of the papers originally presented at a conference sponsored by the University of Denver College of Law, Oct. 1976.
"Reprinted with revisions from the Denver journal of international law and policy, volume 6, special issue."
|Description:||viii, 329 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Pt. 1. Legal --
Ch. 1. Emerging Trends in the Use of International Law and Institutions for the Management of International Water Resources, Ved P. Nanda --
Ch. 2. Global Water Law Systems and Water Control, George Radosevich --
Ch. 3. Alternatives to Appropriation Law, Frank J. Trelease --
Ch. 4. Allocation and Management of Interstate Water Resources: Emergence of the Federal-Interstate Compact, Jerome C. Muys --
Ch. 5. Transmountain Diversions of Water in Colorado, Raphael J. Moses --
Ch. 6. Water Law and the Public Interest: Commentary, Robert Emmet Clark --
Ch. 7. Legal Restraints and Responses to the Allocation and Distribution of Water, Michael D. White --
Pt. 2. Political and Economic --
Ch. 8. Emerging Values in Water Resource Management, Gary Hart --
Ch. 9. Market for Property Rights in Water, Timothy D. Tregarthen --
Ch. 10. Social Well-Being Framework for Assessing Resource Management Alternatives, David M. Freeman --
Ch. 11. Let's Dismantle (Largely but Not Fully) the Federal Water Resource Development Establishment: Apostasy of a Longstanding Water Development Federalist, Henry P. Caulfield, Jr. --
Ch. 12. Water Issues in Perspective, Jack O. Horton --
Ch. 13. Role of Water in the History and Development of Colorado, David Lavender --
Ch. 14. Interstate River Compacts: Impact on Colorado, Ival V. Goslin --
Ch. 15. Colorado, Water, and Planning for the Future, Richard D. Lamm --
Ch. 16. Role of the State in Water Planning, Research and Administration, Harris D. Sherman --
Ch. 17. Colorado: Problem of Underground Water, C. J. Kuiper --
Ch. 18. Conflicting Demands for Allocation of Water, Roundtable of Representatives of Municipal, Agricultural, Energy, and Industrial Interests in Colorado --
Pt. 3. Technological --
Ch. 19. Alternative Strategies for Closing the Supply/Demand Gap, J. Gordon Milliken --
Ch. 20. Augmentation and Conservation of Water Resources, Lewis O. Grant and Kelvin S. Danielson --
Ch. 21. Legal System Requirements to Control and Facilitate Water Augmentation in the Western United States, Kelvin S. Danielson, George William Sherk, Jr., and Lewis O. Grant --
Ch. 22. Water and Inappropriate Technology: Deep Wells in the Sahel, Michael H. Glantz --
Ch. 23. Denver's Successive Use Program, Kenneth J. Miller.
|Series Title:||Westview special studies in natural resources and energy management.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Ved P. Nanda.|