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|Title: ||Western Water Policy Review Advisory Committee: An Opportunity Not To Be Lost|
|Authors: ||Dworsky, Leonard B.|
Allee, David J.
|Keywords: ||water resources management|
|Issue Date: ||1998|
|Publisher: ||Universities Council on Water Resources|
|Citation: ||Dworksy, Leonard B. and David J. Allee. "The Western Water Policy Review Advisory Commission: An Opportunity Not To Be Lost." Water Resources Update. Issue # 111, Water Policies for the Future, Spring 1998.|
|Abstract: ||From the time of George Washington the American political system has struggled over whether management and administration of natural resources should be made at the national level, or at the state, regional, or local level. A graduate seminar at Cornell University in 1996 shows that centralized federal effort to plan for water and resources have not succeeded, but the benefits of comprehensive planning and management can be successfully merged into the 'real world' of federal decision making without major changes.|
|Appears in Collections:||Universities Council on Water Resources Update|
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