||Systematic Design of Legal Regulations for Optimal Surface - Groundwater Usage. Phase I.
Morel-Seytou, H. J. ;
Youn, R. A. ;
Radosevic, G. E. ;
||Colorado State Univ., Fort Collins. Environmental Resources Center.
||Completion-53; DI-14-31-0001-3866; OWRR-B-076-Colo; 04853,; B-076-COLO(2)
Water rights ;
Ground water ;
Mathematical models ;
New Mexico ;
Surface waters ;
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The report, the outcome of a one-year study, is made of three parts dealing respectively with the hydrologic, legal and economic aspects of conjunctive surface-groundwater management. Hydrologist, lawyers and economists have become increasingly and even painfully aware of the complex degree of interaction of their respective disciplines and as a result they have attempted to establish a connection. This report emphasizes the fact that the solution of the problem requires not just a mere juxtaposition of parts (a procedure acceptable as a start) but a complete integration from concepts down to coding details. (Modified author abstract)