Observations on Groundwater Law from the Federal Perspective

Publication Year:
1983
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https://scholar.law.colorado.edu/groundwater-allocation-development-and-pollution/4
Author(s):
Dinkins, Carol E.
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conference paper description
66 pages.Contains several cases and US Congress bills as supplemental materials.Digitized copy lacks the Memorandum Opinion for City of El Paso v. Reynolds (563 F.Supp 379 (D. New Mexico 1983)).