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Model interstate water compact

Jerome C. Muys

Model interstate water compact

by Jerome C. Muys

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Published by University of New Mexico Press in Albuquerque .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Water rights -- United States,
  • Interstate agreements -- United States,
  • Water -- Law and legislation -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJerome C. Muys, George William Sherk, Marilyn C. O"Leary.
    ContributionsSherk, George William., O"Leary, Marilyn., Utton Transboundary Resources Center.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsKF5575 .M89 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22983528M
    ISBN 109780826346285
    LC Control Number2009001152
    OCLC/WorldCa298513335

    these compacts. Interstate conflicts that arose over shared waters by the mids led to the formation. of. the. Interstate. Sanitation. District. and. later. the. Interstate Sanitation Commission,5 the. first of. the federal compact agen-cies. All. federal compact agencies come into existence the. same. way. by. Interstate Water Management Compact. Great Lakes Basin Compact of (Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania & Wisconsin) The Great Lakes-St. Lawrence River Basin Water Resources Compact (Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania & Wisconsin) (PDF) - see background of the Compact here.

    The next two chapters detail all the interstate compacts that deal with ground water, water allocation, fisheries, flood control, and pollution abatement. Some are quite brief, like the Great Lakes Basin Compact, while others draw more extensive consideration, particularly those dealing with the Columbia River and the Colorado River. The process of congressional ratification transforms an interstate compact agreement into federal law. As federal law, terms of the compact preempt and supercede any inconsistent provisions of state or local laws. With respect to river compacts, any state water law provisions that are inconsistent with terms of the compact are preempted.

    WATER RESOURCES RESEARCH, VOL. 34, NO. 3, PAGES , MARCH The interstate river compact: Incentives for noncompliance Lynne Lewis Bennett School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut Charles W. Howe Department of Economics and Environment and Behavior Program, University of Colorado, BoulderCited by: Westinghouse Gal./HR 6 Year High Efficiency High Output Natural Gas 20 Gal. Hybrid Water Heater k BTU Durable Stainless Steel Model# WGRGH20NGF (10).


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The result is the Model Interstate Water Compact, which encourages states to assume oversight of trans-boundary resources, especially water, avoiding the inefficiency and expense of legal action. In addition to the authors' proposed model, there is a complete cross-referenced listing of existing interstate water compacts in the : Jerome C.

Muys, George William Sherk, Marilyn C. O'Leary. The proposed model water compact, drafted by lawyers and scientists from across the U.S.

and documented here, will assist state agencies in alleviating resource disputes and Author: Jerome C. Muys, George William Sherk, Marilyn C. O'Leary. The result is the Model Interstate Water Compact, which encourages states to assume oversight of trans-boundary resources, especially water, avoiding the inefficiency and expense of legal action.

In addition to the authors' proposed model, there is a complete cross-referenced listing of existing interstate water compacts in the appendix. Get this from a library. Model interstate water compact. [Jerome C Muys; George William Sherk; Marilyn O'Leary; Utton Transboundary Resources Center.] -- "Sponsored by The Utton Model interstate water compact book Resources Center, University of New Mexico School of Law.".

Featured Publication Model Interstate Water Compact. Purchase Book. Bitter struggles over shared water resources and legal actions between states prompted the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of the United States Senate in to designate The Utton Transboundary Resources Center to convene over 30 water experts and lawyers from across the nation and sponsor a conference to.

Get this from a library. Model interstate water compact. [Jerome C Muys; George William Sherk; Marilyn O'Leary; Utton Transboundary Resources Center.] -- The proposed model water compact, drafted by lawyers and scientists from across the U.S.

and documented here, will assist state agencies in alleviating resource disputes and avoiding litigation for. An Interstate Water Compact allocates water rights to particular bodies of water to the party states. "An interstate compact is an agreement between two or more states of the United States that is approved by those states’ respective legislatures, and, if required based on the subject matter of compact, consented to by the US Congress."Author: Pace Law Student.

Interstate Water Compacts: Intergovernmental Efforts to Manage America's Water Resources [Joseph F. Zimmerman] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Examines intergovernmental efforts within the United States to manage the nation's water supply. Long taken for granted.

Interstate water disputes have generally been resolved by 1) U.S. Supreme Court exercising its original jurisdiction over litigation between states, 2) states negotiating and Congress approving an agreement (i.e., an interstate compact), or 3) Congress directing an allocation of water among states.

In Interstate Water Compacts author Joseph F. Zimmerman highlights the growing importance of water issues within the United States and a device that has been instrumental in facilitating interstate cooperation to solve water-related problems: the interstate compact.

In Interstate Water Compacts author Joseph F. Zimmerman highlights the growing importance of water issues within the United States and a device that has been instrumental in facilitating interstate cooperation to solve water-related problems: the interstate compact.

This groundbreaking work is the first to devote itself exclusively to Cited by: 2. Al Utton Biography AL UTTON—Aztec Eagle: International Waters, Research, Diplomacy, and Friendship.

Purchase Book or call Laura Burns at to get your copy. Proceeds from the sale will also benefit the Utton Center. Interstate commissions prepare these statements and interpretations to avoid disputes and to help the states implement the Compact uniformly. Courts commonly cite ICAOS advisory opinions and the ICAOS Bench Book.

See, e.g., State v. Brown, A.3d, n.5 (R.I. ); Voerding v. Interstate compacts may be the most important legal consideration in assessing water supply risks from climate change, and this article provides a critical evaluation of every interstate water compact: how it works, the resources it governs, and the rights and responsibilities it assigns to the party by: 4.

ICAOS Rules. Current rules governing the interstate compact process. Bench Book for Judges and Court Personnel. An overview of ICAOS’ legal procedures and a reference guide for judges and the courts.

State Liability Whitepaper. A resource documenting the legal authority and binding nature of the compact. Retaking Whitepaper. PDF | On Jan 1,Marilyn C O’Leary and others published Reinventing the Interstate Water Compact: A New Model | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate.

PDF | On Jan 1,George William Sherk and others published Resolving Interstate Water Conflicts in the United States: A Summary | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGateAuthor: George William Sherk.

Compact does not require NM to deliver water to the Texas line. Compact does not require NM to prevent below-dam GW diversions, or limit post-Compact GW development there C. NM law, not the Compact, governs the distribution of water released from EBR within NM. USA, EBID, and EPWID all move to intervene.

Kansas is a party to four interstate river compacts that allocate water in major interstate rivers. Kansas also participates in the Missouri River Basin Association of States and Tribes.

Below are links to compact documents, maps, updates and data related to these interstate basins. Map of. California-Nevada Interstate Compact-- Would establish a commission to administer water rights involving Lake Tahoe and the Carson, Truckee, and Walker States have ratified the compact and are abiding by it even though Congress has not ratified it.

Some of the issues involved were addressed in P.L. the Fallon Paiute Shoshone Indian Tribes Water Rights Settlement Act of. Reinventing the Interstate Water Compact: A New Model Marilyn C.

O'Leary, George William Sherk, Proceedings of 52nd Annual Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Institute () Disputes among states sharing interstate waters have increased significantly over the past two decades.tion between interstate water compacts and other compacts is that the latter effectuate the Supreme Court's doc trine of equitable apportionment.

Hinderlider v. La Plata and Cherry Creek Ditch Co., U.S. 92 (). It is my conclusion that the interstate water compact has had its N-l.Western Interstate Energy Compact.

It is the purpose of this compact to provide the instruments and framework for such a cooperative effort in nuclear and related fields, to enhance the economy of the west and contribute to the individual and community well-being of the region's people.