The crossed border disputes over sharing Colorado River between the American Southwestern States: A sociological perspective on environmental policies

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February 8, 2016

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Kattia Pacheco - IFEA, « The crossed border disputes over sharing Colorado River between the American Southwestern States: A sociological perspective on environmental policies », BlueGrass, ID : 10670/1.i3tbc7


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Murielle Coeurdray, Visiting researcher, iGLOBES (CNRS/University of Arizona); Joan Cortinas Muñoz, Visiting researcher, iGLOBES (CNRS/University of Arizona); Franck Poupeau, Director, iGLOBES (CNRS/University of Arizona); Brian O’Neill, Research Assistant, iGLOBES/Water Ressources Research Center (Univ. of Arizona) The sharing of the Colorado waters has always been a cross-border issue between Arizona and California since the beginning of the 20th century. The current drought faced by these ...

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