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Beginning our 14th Year of Publishing The Water Report!
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on June 15, 2017
The Water Report Electronic Library contains all published issues of The Water Report in PDF format and includes a comprehensive, searchable, index of all articles and water briefs.
For the past five years the Library has been available to subscribers for $100 ($500 for non-subscribers), with updates available at any time for a $25 production and handling fee.
We will be increasing the price for the Library to $160 ($650 for non-subscribers) on June 15th (updates for $35).
This notice is to highlight our subscribers’ opportunity to still order the Library at its original price anytime in the next 30 days.
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THIS MONTH'S ISSUE - TWR #160: June 15, 2017
In-Depth Water Articles:
Texas Surface Water and Whooping Crane Dispute: From Litigation to Collaboration by Todd Votteler, Ph.D., Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority (Seguin, TX)
Watershed Assessment & Planning: Using Hydrologic and Biologic Condition Assessment to Improve Stream Health - Puget Sound Region Example by Robin Kirschbaum, Robin Kirschbaum, Inc., (Seattle, WA)
Clean Water Act Rule: Review of the Clean Water Act Jurisdictional Rule - Considerations for Moving Forward by John A. Kolanz, Otis, Bedingfield & Peters, LLC (Loveland, CO)
Testimonial for The Water Report:
Dear Water Report,
Thanks for your article on the audit of the State of Oregon’s Water Resources Department in TWR #156 (February 15, 2017). After reading the two-page article I downloaded the audit.
The section entitled “Water Rights in Oregon,” starting on page 6 of the audit, was worth the effort on its own of downloading the audit.
As you may know, we have had a subscription to TWR from its earliest days and not an issue goes by without me finding at least one article of interest but often I find myself reading several in each issue.
Rob Matthews, P. Geo.
Manager, Water Use Licensing Section
Manitoba Department of Sustainable DevelopmentWinnipeg, Manitoba
Editors: David Moon and David Light
The Water Report: Water Rights, Water Quality and Water Solutions in the West
Original Content by Experts in the Field
Water rights, water quality, and innovative uses of water resources are increasingly vital issues in the western United States. The Water Report a monthly water news journal for water professionals covers the battles and changes shaping the future of water law. Water quality of surface water and groundwater, the laws that govern discharges into the waters of the United States, and the technology utilized to deal with the challenges are also a focus of The Water Report.
Throughout the West the management of water resources faces formidable challenges. Some are more gradual, as with the relentless pressures arising from an ever-increasing population. Some are subject to abrupt change, as when evolving federal mandates the Clean Water Act, the Endangered Species Act, Superfund, Hydroelectric Relicensing, etc. collide both with each other and with the legal edifice of established western water law. Climate change has added a new dynamic to management concerns.
Also throughout the West, innovative water professionals in both the private and public sectors are hammering out practical solutions. These solutions, due to historical, geographical, and regulatory similarities, benefit from a multi-disciplinary analysis of how the lessons learned can be applied elsewhere. This multi-disciplinary approach is an important provision provided by The Water Report, so that professionals in the different areas of the water world be they engineers, attorneys, or regulators can all understand the issues presented by other disciplines.
The importance of water issues will only increase. A unique publication The Water Report will keep you informed about the latest successful negotiations, changing administrative policies, significant court cases, practical technological advances, and pertinent legislation relating to western water law and management. Each month, our major articles provide in-depth analyses by leading experts in the water field, while our "Water Briefs" keep you up-to-date and provide contacts for additional information.
Tracking water management developments throughout the West is vital to maximizing your options in this ever-changing arena. Tracking these issues is also a full-time job. Let us do it for you each month with 28-32 pages of water information.
David Moon & David Light, Editors
THE WATER REPORT
Phone: 541/ 343-8504 or 541/ 517-5608 (cell)