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Water Rights
  • Margaret Allison Roberts, University of Tennessee - Knoxville

Water rights shape economies, societies and countries like no other natural resource. Culture depends on water for agriculture, navigation, and health. To examine these effects explore literature on international environment, law, government and sociology.

  • water,
  • rights,
  • diversity,
  • culture
Publication Date
March, 2008
Citation Information
Margaret Allison Roberts. "Water Rights" (2008)
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