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A Hydrogeological Approach to the Status of Transboundary Ground Water Resources Under International Law [abstract]
Allocating and Managing Water for a Sustainable Future: Lessons from Around the World (Summer Conference, June 11-14)
  • Gabriel Eckstein
  • Yoram Eckstein
Document Type
Conference Proceeding
Event Date
6-11-2002
Series
Summer Conference (23rd: 2002: Boulder, Colo.)
Description
2 pages. Contains footnotes.
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The conference will begin with a full day of free public lectures, featuring approximately 60 presentations from water experts in the U.S. and abroad. The following three days, open to conference registrants only, will feature in-depth discussions examining the use of markets and policy processes in water allocation; mechanisms for integrating environmental, cultural, and other values in water regimes; and conflicts and cooperative efforts associated with transboundary water resources. The goal will be to identify strategies for achieving sustainability in the West.

Alternate Title
Transboundary and Transbasin: Cases from Around the World
Citation Information
Gabriel Eckstein and Yoram Eckstein. "A Hydrogeological Approach to the Status of Transboundary Ground Water Resources Under International Law [abstract]" (2002)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/gabriel_eckstein/32/