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Encyclopedia of Water Politics and Policy in the United States

Encyclopedia of Water Politics and Policy in the United States

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May 2011 | 544 pages | CQ Press
The Encyclopedia of Water Politics and Policy in the United States provides an overview of approximately 250 projects, legislation, legal cases, people, and organizations that have shaped the development of waterways in the United States over the past 150 years. This volume meets the needs of readers who need to know how present-day water problems came about, the impact of legislation and court decisions on the development of water resources, and what U.S. experts are proposing be done to preserve this basic component of the environment.

Steven L. Danver

Steven L. Danver is academic coordinator and core faculty member in social sciences in the College of Undergraduate Studies at Walden University. A lifelong resident of the American West, he was born and raised in Southern California and has, at various times, lived in Central California, Northern California, Utah, and Colorado. He currently resides in southern Washington State. After completing a bachelor’s degree in religious studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara and a master’s degree in historical studies from Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, California, he earned his doctorate in American history from the... More About Author

John R. Burch

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