Conflict Prevention and Resolution in Water Systems

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgements

Introduction: Aaron T. Wolf

PART I: WHO AFFECTS WHOM?: HUMAN-ENVIRONMENT INTERACTIONS IN WATER RESOURCES [83 pp]

1. Karl A. Wittfogel (1956), 'The Hydraulic Civilizations', in William L. Thomas, Jr. (ed.), Man's Role in Changing the Face of the Earth, Chicago: Chicago University Press, 152-64 [13]

2. Arnold J. Toynbee (1946), 'The Challenge of the Environment', in Roger E. Kasperson and Julian V. Minghi (eds), The Structure of Political Geography, London: University of London Press Ltd, 436-41 [6]

3. Harold Sprout and Margaret Sprout (1957), 'Environmental Factors in the Study of International Politics', Journal of Conflict Resolution, 1, 309-28 [20]

4. Thomas Homer-Dixon and Valerie Percival (1996), 'Key Findings', in Environmental Scarcity and Violent Conflict: Briefing Book, Washington, DC: American Association for the Advancement of Science and University College, University of Toronto, 6-12 [7]

5. Thomas Homer-Dixon, Marc Levy, Gareth Porter and Jack Goldstone (1996), 'Environmental Scarcity and Violent Conflict: Debate', Environmental Change and Security Project, 2, Spring, 49-71 [23]

6. Jerome Delli Priscoli (1998), 'Water and Civilization: Using History to Reframe Water Policy Debates and to Build a New Ecological Realism', Water Policy, 1 (6), 623-36 [14]

PART II: WATER AND FIRE: HYDROCONFLICTS [95 pp]

7. Sandra Postel (1999), 'Water Wars I: Farms Versus Cities and Nature', in Pillar of Sand: Can the Irrigation Miracle Last?, Chapter 6, New York & London: W.W. Norton & Co., 110-32, 281-5 [28]

8. Jon Martin Trolldalen (1992), 'International River Systems', in International Environmental Conflict Resolution: The Role of the United Nations, Chapter 5, Oslo & Washington, DC: World Foundation for Environment and Development, 61-91, 174-5, bibliography [33]

9. Peter H. Gleick (1993), 'Water and Conflict: Fresh Water Resources and International Security', International Security, 18 (1), Summer, 79-112 [34]

PART III: QUENCHED TENSIONS: HYDROCOOPERATION [53 pp]

10. Aaron T. Wolf (1998), 'Conflict and Cooperation Along International Waterways', Water Policy, 1 (2), 251-65 [15]

11. Bertram Spector (2001), 'Transboundary Disputes: Keeping Backyards Clean', in I. William Zartman (ed.), Preventive Negotiation: Avoiding Conflict Escalation, Chapter 9, Washington, DC: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, Inc., 205-26 [22]

12. An Painter (1995), 'Resolving Environmental Conflicts Through Mediation', in Ariel Dinar and Edna Tusak Loehman (eds), Water Quantity/Quality Management and Conflict Resolution: Institutions, Processes and Economic Analyses, Chapter 20, Westport CT: Praeger, 249-57 [9]

13. Edwin H. Clark, II, Gail Bingham and Suzanne Goulet Orenstein (1991), 'Resolving Water Disputes: Obstacles and Opportunities', Resolve, 23, 1, 3-7 [6]

PART IV: WATER ACROSS BOUNDARIES: CASE STUDIES FROM AROUND THE WORLD [168 pp]

14. Habib Attia (1985), 'Water-Sharing Rights in the Jerid Oases of Tunisia', in Ann Elizabeth Mayer (ed.), Property, Social Structure and Law in the Modern Middle East, Chapter Three, Albany: State University of New York Press, 85-106 [22]

15. John J. Pigram and Warren F. Musgrave (1998), 'Sharing the Waters of the Murray-Darling Basin: Cooperative Federalism Under Test in Australia', in Richard Just and Sinaia Netanyahu (eds), Conflict and Cooperation on Trans-Boundary Water Resources, Boston, Dordrecht & London: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 130-51 [22]

16. Álvaro Carmo Vaz and Arnaldo Lopes Pereira (2000), 'The Incomati and Limpopo International River Basins: A View from Downstream', Water Policy, 2 (1-2), 99-112 [14]

17. Asit K. Biswas (1992), 'Indus Water Treaty: The Negotiating Process', Water International, 17 (4), 201-9 [9]

18. Arnon Soffer (1994), 'The Relevance of Johnston Plan to the Reality of 1993 and Beyond', in J. Isaac and H. Shuval (eds), Water and Peace in the Middle East, Amsterdam: Elsevier, 107-21 [15]

19. I. Mustafa (1994), 'The Arab-Israeli Conflict Over Water Resources', in J. Isaac and H. Shuval (eds), Water and Peace in the Middle East, Amsterdam: Elsevier, 123-33 [11]

20. Dale Whittington, John Waterbury and Elizabeth McClelland (1995), 'Toward a New Nile Waters Agreement', in Ariel Dinar and Edna Tusak Loehman (eds), Water Quantity/Quality Management and Conflict Resolution: Institutions, Processes, and Economic Analyses, Chapter 14, Westport CT: Praeger, 167-78 [12]

21. Hans-Peter Nachtnebel (2000), 'The Danube River Basin Environmental Programme: Plans and Actions for a Basin Wide Approach', Water Policy, 2 (1-2), 113-30 [18]

22. Raj Krishna and Salman M.A. Salman (1999), 'International Groundwater Law and the World Bank Policy for Projects on Transboundary Groundwater', in Salman M.A. Salman (ed.), Groundwater: Legal and Policy Perspectives: Proceedings of a World Bank Seminar, Washington DC: World Bank, Technical Paper #456, 163-89 [27]

23. Ariel Dinar, Peter Seidl, Harvey Olem, Vanja Jorden, Alfred Duda and Robert Johnson (1995), in Restoring and Protecting the World's Lakes and Reservoirs, Chapters 5-8, Washington DC: World Bank, Technical Paper Number 289, 21-38 [18]

PART V: CATCHING WATER WITH A SIEVE: INSTITUTIONAL APPROACHES [101 pp]

24. Stanley Crawford (1988), in Mayordomo: Chronicle of an Acequia in Northern New Mexico, Chapter Four, Alburquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 79-99 [21]

25. Elinor Ostrom (1992), 'Crafting Institutions', in Crafting Institutions for Self-Governing Irrigation Systems, Chapter 3, San Francisco CA: International Center for Self-Governance, 41-65 [25]

26. Mikiyasu Nakayama (1997), 'Successes and Failures of International Organizations in Dealing with International Waters', International Journal of Water Resources Development, 13 (3), 367-82 [16]

27. Arun Agrawal and Clark C. Gibson (1999), 'Enchantment and Disenchantment: The Role of Community in Natural Resource Conservation', World Development, 27 (4), April, 629-49 [21]

28. A.R. Turton (1999), Water and State Sovereignty: The Hydropolitical Challenge for States in Arid Regions, London: MEWREW Occasional Paper No. 5, Water Issues Study Group, SOAS, University of London, 1-18 [18]

PART VI: WORLDVIEWS OF WATER: DISCIPLINARY APPROACHES [156 pp]

A: Law
29. Lynne Lewis Bennett and Charles W. Howe (1998), 'The Interstate River Compact: Incentives for Noncompliance', Water Resources Research, 34 (3), March, 485-95 [11]

30. James L. Wescoat, Jr. (1996), 'Main Currents in Early Multilateral Water Treaties: A Historical-Geographic Perspective, 1648-1948', Colorado Journal of International Environmental Law and Policy, 7 (1), Winter, 39-74 [36]

31. Stephen McCaffrey (1998), 'The UN Convention on the Law of the Non-Navigational Uses of International Watercourses: Prospects and Pitfalls' in Salman M.A. Salman and Lawrence Boisson de Chazournes (eds), International Watercourses: Enhancing Cooperation and Managing Conflict, Washington DC: World Bank, Technical Paper #414, 17-28 [12]

B: Economics and Game Theory
32. Charles W. Howe, Dennis R. Schurmeier and W. Douglass Shaw, Jr. (1986), 'Innovative Approaches to Water Allocation: The Potential for Water Markets', Water Resources Research, 22 (4), April, 439-45 [7]

33. Peter Rogers (1993). 'The Value of Cooperation in Resolving International River Basin Disputes', Natural Resources Forum, May, 117-31 [15]

C: Engineering
34. Charles L. Lancaster (1990), 'Dispute Resolution Experiences: The Engineer's Role', in Warren Viessman, Jr. and Ernest T. Smerdon (eds), Managing Water-Related Conflicts: The Engineer's Role, New York: American Society of Civil Engineers, 194-207 [14]

35. Ann Solomon Bleed (1990), 'Platte River Conflict Resolution', in Warren Viessman, Jr. and Ernest T. Smerdon (eds), Managing Water-Related Conflicts: The Engineer's Role, New York: American Society of Civil Engineers, 131-40 [10]

D: Political Economy
36. Richard E. Just, George Frisvold, Verna Harrison, Joe Oppenheimer and David Zilberman (1998), 'Using Bargaining Theory and Economic Analysis as an Aid to Trans-Boundary Water Cooperation', in Richard Just and Sinaia Netanyahu (eds), Conflict and Cooperation on Trans-Boundary Water Resources, Chapter 24, Boston, Dordrecht & London: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 411-26 [16]

37. J.A. Allan (1998), '"Virtual Water": An Essential Element in Stabilizing the Political Economies of the Middle East', in Jeff Albert, Magnus Bernhardsson and Roger Kenna (eds), Transformations of Middle Eastern Natural Environments: Legacies and Lessons, New Haven: Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, Bulletin Series No. 103, November, 141-9 [9]

E: Geography
38. Gilbert F. White (1986), 'The Role of Scientific Information in Anticipation and Prevention of Environmental Disputes', in Robert W. Kates and Ian Burton (eds), Geography, Resources, and Environment: Volume I, Selected Writings of Gilbert F. White, Chapter 25, Chicago & London: University of Chicago Press, 377-92 [16]

G: Decision Support Systems 39. Slobodan P. Simonovic (1996), 'Decision Support Systems for Sustainable Management of Water Resources: 1. General Principles', Water International, 21 (4), 223-32 [10]

PART VII: THE VOICE LEAST HEARD: THE RIVER ITSELF [26 pp]

40. John Kolars (2000), 'The Spatial Attributes of Water Negotiation: The Need for a River Ethic and River Advocacy in the Middle East', in Hussein A. Amery and Aaron T. Wolf (eds), Water in the Middle East: A Geography of Peace, Austin TX: University of Texas Press, 245-61 [17]

41. Sandra Postel (1992), 'A Water Ethic', in The Last Oasis: Facing Water Scarcity, Chapter 14, New York & London: W.W. Norton and Co., 183-91 [9]

PART VIII: APPENDICES [75 pp]

42. Aaron T. Wolf, Jeffrey A. Natharius, Jeffrey J. Danielson, Brian S. Ward and Jan K. Pender (1999), 'International River Basins of the World', International Journal of Water Resources Development, 15 (4), 387-427 [41]

43. (1998), 'Convention on the Law of the Non-Navigational Uses of International Watercourses', in Salman M. A. Salman and Lawrence Boisson de Chazournes (eds), International Watercourses: Enhancing Cooperation and Managing Conflict: Proceedings of a World Bank Seminar, Annex I, Washington DC: World Bank, Technical Paper #414, 173-92 [20]

44. (1999), 'The Bellagio Draft Treaty Agreement Concerning the Use of Transboundary Groundwaters', in Salman M. A. Salman (ed), Groundwater: Legal and Policy Perspectives: Proceedings of a World Bank Seminar, Annex 3, Washington DC: World Bank, Technical Paper #456, 221-34 [14]

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[756 pp]

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Citation: Howe, C.W. (Ed.). 2002. The Management of Water Resources Series. Cheltenham, UK: Elgar.


 

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