Skip to main content

Fall 2000, Vol. 40, No. 4

Water Issues in the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands

Water Along the Border: An Introduction to "Water Issues in the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands"          755
Kate A. Berry

Section 1: Dimensions of Borderland Water Conflicts: Past, Present, and Future
Water Use and Cultural Conflict in 19th Century Northwestern New Spain and Mexico        759
Kate A. Berry

The Implications of Sustained Drought for Transboundary Water Management in Nogales, Arizona, and Nogales, Sonora         783
Barbara J. Morehouse, Rebecca H. Carter, & Terry W. Sprouse

Two Nations, One River: Managing Ecosystem Conservation in the Colorado River Delta         819
Jennifer Pitt, Daniel F. Luecke, Michael J. Cohen, Edward P. Glenn, & Carlos Valdés-Casillas

Historical and Physical International Boundaries in Borderlands Water Conflicts: A Commentary         865
G. Emlen Hall

Section 2- Borderland Water Conflicts and Institutional Change
Border Farmers, Water Contamination, and the NAAEC Environmental Side Accord to NAFTA         873
Margaret Wilder

Applied and Theoretical Aspects of Binational Watershed Councils (Consejos de Cuencas) in the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands         895
Christopher P. Brown & Stephen Mumme

Defining Hydrocommons Governance along the Border of the Califomias: A Case Study of Transbasin Diversions and Water Quality in the Tijuana-San Diego Metropolitan Region         931
Suzanne M. Michel

U.S.-Mexico Borderland Water Conflicts and Institutional Change: A Commentary         973
Vivienne Bennett & Lawrence A. Herzog

Conservation Connections in a Fragmented Desert Environment: The U.S.-Mexico Border          989
Susan Lieberman Goodwin

Books Received         1017

Index—Volume 40    1021