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The Klein Water Treatment Facility: Model for the New Superfund Management Strategy – or- The Importance of Being in the Wrong Place at the Right Time???
Uncovering the Hidden Resource: Groundwater Law, Hydrology, and Policy in the 1990s (Summer Conference, June 15-17)
  • David M. Brown
Document Type
Conference Proceeding
Event Date
6-17-1992
Series
Summer Conference (13th: 1992: Boulder, Colo.)
Description

12 pages.

Comments

This year the Center is holding its water program, Uncovering the Hidden Resource: Groundwater Law, Hydrology and Policy in the 1990s, in conjunction with the Rocky Mountain Ground-Water Conference, organized by the Colorado Ground-Water Association.

Nearly half the people in the United States rely on groundwater as their primary water source. As demands for groundwater grow, it is increasingly important for lawyer and technical professionals to understand the legal and hydrologic issues arising in groundwater development, use, and protection. These issues are the focus of the Center's thirteenth annual summer program, June 15-17, 1992.

Alternate Title
Rocky Mountain Arsenal, Colorado: A Success Story?
Citation Information
David M. Brown. "The Klein Water Treatment Facility: Model for the New Superfund Management Strategy – or- The Importance of Being in the Wrong Place at the Right Time???" (1992)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/david_brown2/141/