Further Reading

Biswas AK (1999) Management of International Waters. Water Resources Development 15: 429-441.

Dublin Statement (1992) International Conference on Water and Environment: Development Issues for the 21st Century, 26-31 January 1992, Dublin. Geneva: World Meteorological Organization.

Feitelson E and Haddad M (199S) Identification of Joint Management Structures for Shared Aquifers. Washington, DC: World Bank, Technical Paper #415.

Giordano MA and Wolf AT (2GG3) Sharing Waters: Post-Rio International Water Management. Natural Resources Forum 27: 163-171.

14 See Lee (1995) for the classic text on adaptive management.

Jarvis T, Giordano M, Puri S, Matsumoto K, and Wolf A (2005) International Borders, Ground Water Flow, and Hydroschizo-phrenia. Ground Water. 43(5): 764-770.

Jurdi M and Ibrahim S (2003) Differential Water Quality in Confined and Free-flowing Water Bodies, Lebanon. International Journal of Environment and Pollution 19(3): 271-291.

Lee KN (1995) Compass and Gyroscope: Integrating Science and Politics for the Environment. Washington, DC: Island Press.

Main, Chas T, Inc. (1953) The Unified Development of the Water Resources of the Jordan Valley Region. Knoxville: Tennessee Valley Authority.

Matsumoto K (2002) Transboundary Groundwater and International Law: Past Practices and Current Implications. Corvallis, OR: Unpublished Master's thesis, Oregon State University.

Puri S, Appelgren B, Arnold G, Aureli A, Burchi S, Burke J, Margat J, Pallas P, and von Igel W (2001) Internationally Shared (transboundary) Aquifer Resources Management, their Significance and Sustainable Management: a framework document. IHP-VI, International Hydrological Programme, Non Serial Publications in Hydrology SC-2001/WS/40. Paris, France: UNESCO.

Puri S (2003) Transboundary Aquifer Resources: International Water Law and Hydrogeological Uncertainty. Water International 28(2): 276-279.

Rothman J (1995) Pre-negotiation in Water Disputes: Where Culture is Core. Cultural Survival Quarterly 19(3): 19-22.

UN Environment Programme and Oregon State University (2002) Atlas of International Freshwater Agreements. Nairobi: UNEP Press.

United Nations (2002a) Report of the World Summit on Sustainable Development. Document A/CONF199/20, Sales No. E.03. II.A.1. New York, United Nations.

United Nations (2002b) Report of the World Summit on Sustainable Development. E.03.II.A.1. United Nations.

Varady RG and Iles-Shih M (2005) Global Water Initiatives: What Do the Experts Think? Report on a Survey of Leading Figures in the 'World of Water.' In: Biswas AK (ed.) Impacts of MegaConferences on Global Water Development and Management, pp. 1-58, Springer Verlag.

Waterbury J (1979) Hydropolitics of the Nile Valley New York: Syracuse University Press.

Wolf AT (1998) Conflict and Cooperation along International Waterways. Water Policy 1(2): 251-265.

Wolf AT (1999) Criteria for Equitable Allocations: The Heart of International Water Conflict. Natural Resources Forum 23(1): 3-30.

Wolf AT (1999) The Transboundary Freshwater Dispute Database Project. Water International 24(2): 160-163.

Wolf AT (2002) Conflict and Cooperation: Survey of the Past and Reflections for the Future. Geneva: Green Cross International.

Wolf AT (ed.) (2002) Conflict Prevention and Resolution in Water Systems. Cheltenham, UK: Elgar.

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