Natural Resources Journal

Winter 1999, Vol. 39, No. 1

In Memoriam: Albert E. Utton       1
Robert Desiderio
Michael Browde
Kip Bobroff
Willis H. Ellis
Frederick M. Hart
Suedeen G. Kelly
Antoinette Sedillo Lopez
Helen Ingram
Alberto Székely
New Mexico Legislative Memorial

Articles
Big River, Big Issues          17
Bill Hume

Coping with Drought on an International River under Stress: The Case of the Río Grande/Río Bravo          27
Albert E. Utton

The 1994-1995 Drought, What Did We Learn from It?: The Mexican Perspective          35
Octavio E. Chávez

Comments on "The 1994-1995 Drought, What Did We Learn from It?: The Mexican Perspective," Presented by Dr. Octavio Chávez          61
Carlos Rincón

Interregional Transfer of Water in Northeastern Mexico: The Dispute over El Cuchillo          65
Ismael Aguilar Barajas

Vulnerability and Adaptation to Drought in Mexico          99
Diana M. Liverman

Coping with Scarcity on the Río Grande/Río Bravo          117
Eluid Martinez

A Commentary on Texas Water Law and Policy          121
Richard Bath

The Drought in Texas: Its Impact and Consequences          129
Mary E. Kelly

An Analysis of the Drought of 1996 in the Middle Río Grande Valley of New Mexico          133
John W. Hernández

Shortage and Tension on the Upper Río Grande: Protecting Endangered Species during Times of Drought-The Role of the Bureau of Reclamation,A Brief Overview of Relationships in the Upper Río Grande Basin          141
Garry M. Rowe

Shortage and Tension on the Upper Río Grande: Protecting Endangered Species during Times of Drought—Comments from the Perspective of the Middle Río Grande Conservancy District          145
Maria O'Brien

Managing Acute Water Scarcity on the U.S.-Mexico Border: Institutional Issues Raised by the 1990's Drought          149
Stephen P. Mumme

Comments on "Managing Acute Water Scarcity on the U.S.-Mexico Border: Institutional Issues Raised by the 1990's Drought," Presented by Stephen P. Mumme          167
Luis Sánchez de Carmona

Using Price to Limit Water Use: A Case Study of the City of Santa Fe          169
Sherry J. Tippett & Craig O'Hare

Possible Solutions: Policy Tools to Achieve Flexibility to Meet New Conditions, Preliminary Thoughts for Coping with Future Droughts          175
Maria O'Brien

Lessons Learned and Recommendations for Coping with Future Scarcity          179
Helen Ingram

The Ford Foundation-Sponsored Symposium Series on U.S.-Mexico Border Environmental Policy: A Brief Perspective, 1991-2000          189
Robert G. Varady