Water law in a nutshell

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Thomson West, 2009 - Law - 492 pages
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The new edition adds dozens of recent decisions and key statutory changes. Virtually every principal case in the leading casebooks is cited or discussed, making it an excellent aid for students in any water law course. The revised book deals with changes in evolving areas like groundwater-surface water conflicts, public recreational uses. instream flow protection, federal water development, takings claims, and public interest concerns.

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Ok, not the most interesting read, but it did help in the class. Read full review

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Contents

Table of Cases XXXV
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Chapter One Overview and Introduc
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Chapter Two Riparian Rights
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Copyright

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Getches is the Raphael J. Moses Professor of Natural Resources Law at the University of Colorado School of Law.

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