Natural Resources Journal

Winter 1993, Vol. 33, No. 1

The North American Experience
Managing International Transboundary Water Resources:
The International Joint Commission
and the
International Boundary and Water Commission
Part 1

Lead Articles
Introduction          1
Leonard Dworsky and Albert Utton

Emerging Boundary Environmental Challenges and Institutional Issues: Canada and the United States           9
Lynton K. Caldwell

Emerging Boundary Environmental Challenges and Institutional Issues: Mexico and the United States          33
Alberto Szekely

Commentary          47
Lucio Cabrera

Commentary          51
John Carroll

Commentary          57
Cliff Metzner

The International Joint Commission and Changing Canada-United States Boundary Relations           59
David LeMarquand

Innovation and Reform in Transboundary Resource Management: A Critical Look at the International Boundary and Water Commission, United States and Mexico           93
Stephen Mumme

Commentary          121
Joaquin R. Bustamante

Commentary          125
Joseph F. Friedkin

Commentary          131
Miguel Solanes

Subnational Governance and the International Joint Commission: Local Management of United States and Canadian Boundary Waters          133
David J. Allee

International Boundary and Water Commission: An Institutional Mismatch for Resolving Transboundary Water Problems          153
Helen Ingram and David R. White

Commentary          177
C. Richard Bath

Commentary          183
Peg Rogers

Commentary          191
Neil Fulton

Student Writings
Finding a "Proposal" for Major Federal Action Consistent with the Purposes of NEPA: Does Blue Ocean Preservation Society v. Watkins Breathe New Life into the Law?          201
Valerie Chang
(Casenote)

Salvaged Water: The Failed Critical Assumption Underlying The Pecos River Compact          217
R. Bruce Frederick
(Casenote)

Book Review
Earth in the Balance          229
Ruth S. Musgrave

Books Received          233