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Innovative Transfer And Exchange Plans, Glenn E. Porzak Oct 1985

Innovative Transfer And Exchange Plans, Glenn E. Porzak

Colorado Water Issues and Options: The 90's and Beyond: Toward Maximum Beneficial Use of Colorado's Water Resources (October 8)

36 pages (includes maps).

Contains footnotes (page 32).


Voluntary Approaches To Basinwide Water Management, Neil S. Grigg Oct 1985

Voluntary Approaches To Basinwide Water Management, Neil S. Grigg

Colorado Water Issues and Options: The 90's and Beyond: Toward Maximum Beneficial Use of Colorado's Water Resources (October 8)

13 pages (includes illustration).

Contains references (page 11).


Engineering And Hydrologic Issues In Changing Water Uses, Leonard Rice Oct 1985

Engineering And Hydrologic Issues In Changing Water Uses, Leonard Rice

Colorado Water Issues and Options: The 90's and Beyond: Toward Maximum Beneficial Use of Colorado's Water Resources (October 8)

26 pages (includes maps, charts and illustrations).

Contains references (page 18).


Agenda: Colorado Water Issues And Options: The 90'S And Beyond: Toward Maximum Beneficial Use Of Colorado's Water Resources, University Of Colorado Boulder. Natural Resources Law Center, Colorado Water Resources Research Institute. Cooperative Extension Service Oct 1985

Agenda: Colorado Water Issues And Options: The 90'S And Beyond: Toward Maximum Beneficial Use Of Colorado's Water Resources, University Of Colorado Boulder. Natural Resources Law Center, Colorado Water Resources Research Institute. Cooperative Extension Service

Colorado Water Issues and Options: The 90's and Beyond: Toward Maximum Beneficial Use of Colorado's Water Resources (October 8)

Presented by Natural Resources Law Center, University of Colorado School of Law and Cooperative Extension Service, Colorado Water Resources Research Institute, Colorado State University.

Conference organizers and/or speakers included University of Colorado School of Law professors Lawrence J. MacDonnell, David H. Getches and Stephen F. Williams.

The conference theme is "Toward Maximum Beneficial Use of Colorado's Water Resources." The purpose of the conference is to provide a forum for public discussion of Colorado's system of water law and administration and to make recommendations for future action.


Administering Colorado’S Water: A Critique Of The Present Approach, Clyde O. Martz, Bennett W. Raley Oct 1985

Administering Colorado’S Water: A Critique Of The Present Approach, Clyde O. Martz, Bennett W. Raley

Colorado Water Issues and Options: The 90's and Beyond: Toward Maximum Beneficial Use of Colorado's Water Resources (October 8)

41 pages.

Contains footnotes.


A Market-Based Approach To Water Rights: Evaluating Colorado’S System, Stephen F. Williams Oct 1985

A Market-Based Approach To Water Rights: Evaluating Colorado’S System, Stephen F. Williams

Colorado Water Issues and Options: The 90's and Beyond: Toward Maximum Beneficial Use of Colorado's Water Resources (October 8)

33 pages.

Contains footnotes.


The Development Of Colorado’S Water Law, Raphael J. Moses Oct 1985

The Development Of Colorado’S Water Law, Raphael J. Moses

Colorado Water Issues and Options: The 90's and Beyond: Toward Maximum Beneficial Use of Colorado's Water Resources (October 8)

23 pages.

Contains references (pages 22 - 23).


Indian Allotment Water Rights, Richard B. Collins Jan 1985

Indian Allotment Water Rights, Richard B. Collins

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Allotted tribal lands create troublesome questions for western water lawyers. In this article the author reviews the history of basic Indian reservation water rights created by the Supreme Court's landmark decision in Winters v. United States. He then explains the disposition of those rights when reservation lands are allotted. Finally, he discusses the difficult issues that arise when allotted lands pass from the federal trust become subject to state law, and are transferred to non-Indians.