Two eminent political scientists provide timely case studies and thought-provoking commentary that demonstrate the unavoidability and, in many ways, desirability of complex political considerations in decision-making about water and watersheds.
Edella Schlager is an associate professor in the School of Public Administration and Policy at the University of Arizona.
Complex Landscapes: Watersheds and Institutions
Watersheds, Politics, and Institutions: Past and Present Assessments
The Essentials of Watershed Politics: Boundaries, Decision Making, and Accountability
Imaginary Watersheds and Political Realities
Multiple Goals, Communities, and Organizations: A Watershed Political Economy
Federalism and Watershed Governance
A Rational Embrace?
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