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Texas Tech University School of Law
transboundary groundwater, transboundary aquifer, ground water, international water law, international groundwater law
water law, Texas fresh water, hydrologic cycle, water science
drought, water, water scarcity, power generation, electricity, resources, conservation, energy, hydraulic fracturing, fracking, technology
water rights, groundwater, water law, water, capture, aquifer, Edwards Aquifer Authority, EAA, day, property rights, groundwater allocation, groundwater regulation, conservation, Sipriano, Groundwater Conservation District, GCD, Sierra Club, Lujan, Del Rio, Bragg, Texas, Texas legislature, drought
Water Rights, Shared Watercourse, Economic Disparity, Economic Globalization, International Law, Helsinki Rules, Geneva Convention, Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, Human Rights, Watercourse Convention, International Water, Comment 15
International Boundary and Water Commission, International Law Association, ILA, Bellagio Draft Treaty, Franco-Swiss Genevese Aquifer Agreement, Minute 242, La Paz Agreement, Mexican ground water law, water law, Nebraska v. Wyoming, state water law, Helsinki Rules, water allocation, water policy, gr
water service, wastewater, water affordability, water markets
Water Valuation, Water Scarcity, Adam Smith’s Paradox, Utility Theory, Public Trust Doctrine, Riparian Rights, Prior Appropriation, Hydraulic Fracturing, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Intrinsic Valuation, Water Market, Supply Demand, Water Sales.
Kenya, Jordan, Groundwater governance, post conflict, food security, Africa
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