Transboundary Groundwater Law: Focus on the U.S.-Mexico Boundary [includes appended opinion in City of El Paso ex rel. Pub. Serv. Bd. v. Reynolds, Civ. No. 80-730 HB, 563 F. Supp. 279 (D.N.M. 1983)]

Publication Year:
1983
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http://scholar.law.colorado.edu/groundwater-allocation-development-and-pollution/14
Author(s):
Utton, Albert E.
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groundwater law; groundwater pollution; water resources development; groundwater allocation; international law of groundwater; United States; Mexico; interstate disputes; El Paso-New Mexico case; national practice; legal context; international practice; international treaties; economic context; common law theory; economic consequences; political context; goals; transboundary water institutions; options; do nothing; international litigation; courts; Colorado v. Kansas; alternative institutional approaches; equitable apportionment; Administrative Law; Agriculture Law; Dispute Resolution and Arbitration; Energy and Utilities Law; Environmental Law; Evidence; Hydrology; Indian and Aboriginal Law; Law and Economics; Litigation; Natural Resource Economics; Natural Resources Law; Natural Resources Management and Policy; Oil, Gas, and Energy; Oil, Gas, and Mineral Law; Political Science; State and Local Government Law; Taxation-State and Local; Water Law; Water Resource Management
conference paper description
48 pages.