Water Resources Planning for the San Antonio Region
Water resources planning for the San Antonio region begins with the physical setting and the technical considerations - the science and engineering aspects. It proceeds to the economic...

Using Role Analysis for Instream Flow Negotiations
Improved understanding of multi-agency decisionmaking has been called for but is rarely achieved, partially because there is no well known, broadly accepted technique for conducting an...

Water Supply and Conservation in a Desert City
The city of Phoenix, a fast growing metropolitan area, set in the northern reaches of the Sonoran Desert, seems to have reached the limits of the western water frontier. Presently, Phoenix...

Guide to Engineering Software Evaluation—The Legal Issues

Professional Issues in Expert System Use

Coastal Zone '89
Coastal Zone '89 is the sixth in a series of multidisciplinary meetings on comprehensive coastal and ocean management. The papers included in this publication review technical...

Liability Traps to Avoid
This presentation shows several problem situations and the rules of the game as played by the industry and the courts. It makes three basic assumptions. One, the Materials Engineer knows...

Mock Trial

Who Pays for the Unexpected?—An Attorney's View
From an attorney's point of view, the answer to the question, 'Who Pays for the Unexpected?' in construction depends upon several considerations....

Must the Courts Resolve All Our Conflicts?
In June 1981, the Maryland Office of Environmental Programs issued a draft 'nutrient control strategy' for the Patuxent River as a first step in preparing a regional...

A Construction Lawyer Looks at the Legal Aspects of Constructability
The purpose of this article is to set the legal and contractual frame of reference of constructibility by discussing some of the major factors which give to legal disputes or bad jobs...

Legal, Institutional, Financial and Environmental Aspects of Water Issues
The papers included in this publication were presented at the 1989 LIFE symposium and address the legal, institutional, financial and environmental aspects of water issues. These aspects...

Environmental Impact of the Stranding of a Freighter Ship in the Parque Nacional Marinho Dos Abrolhos, Bahia, Brazil
The Abrolhos Marine National Park was created by presidential decree no. 88,218 of April 6, 1983 encompassing two distinct areas of the southern coast of the State of Bahia, Brazil, with...

Legal Regimes for Seabed Hard Mineral Mining: Federal and State Developments

Coastal Area Facility Review Act—The Ebb and Flow—Legal Aspects

Who Owns the Beach? Finding a Nexus Gets Complicated

Reclaiming the Uncompleted Project of Another Development A-Case Study
This paper will examine the problems encountered when a second organization assumes control of a project from an earlier developer that could not carry the project through to completion....

Socio-Economic Issues in Financing Water Resources Development Compared to Non-Structural Alternatives
Like the hydrologic cycle, financing water resources development requires a holistic view of the technical, legal, institutional (social and economic) factors before alternative selection....

High Plains States' View on Weather Modification
The need for a critical analysis of all weather modification efforts has continued to be expressed during the ten years of the North American Interstate Weather Modification Council (NAIWMC)....

Water Rights Issues
The paper focuses primarily on the fragmented legal rights to water in the hydrologic cycle, with conjunctive use and management of interconnected water resources and with some conflicting...

 

 

 

 

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