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2011 Idaho Law Review Symposium

One Source: Evolution of the Policies Surrounding Ground and Surface Water Management in the West.

April 15, 2011
Boise, Idaho

Symposium Presentations

Welcoming Remarks, Dean Donald Burnett (MP4)

Panel I: The Evolution of Conjunctive Management—Perspectives Across the West
Justice Gregory Hobbs (MP4)
The Evolution of Surface Water/Ground Water Management in Wyoming (PDF), Professor Lawrence MacDonnell (MP4)
Hydraulic Continuity in Washington Water Law (PDF), Rachael Paschal Osborn (MP4)
Conjunctive Surface and Groundwater Management in Utah (PDF), Mr. John Ruple (MP4)
Professor Barton “Buzz” Thompson (MP4)
Question & Answer Session (MP4)

Panel II: Conservation and Conjunctive Management—Managing Water in a Growing West
Maximizing Water Use in a Changing Western Landscape (PDF), Mr. Michael Creamer and Mr. Jeffrey Fereday (MP4)
Groundwater Policy in the Western U.S. (PDF), Professor Denise Fort (MP4)
Groundwater in Montana: Common Ground Between Ranchers and Anglers (PDF), Laura Ziemer (MP4)
Question & Answer Session (MP4)

Keynote Address by Dean David Getches, University of Colorado Law School
One Source, Multiple Challenges: The Future Evolution of Water Policy and the Case of the Colorado River (PDF), Dean David Getches (MP4)
Question & Answer Session

Panel III: How Science and Law Can Work Together to Better Accomplish Conjunctive Management
The Problematic Nature of Curtailment (PDF), Dr. Gary Johnson (MP4)
Hydrologic Models in the Courtroom Working Paper Dividing the Waters Model Assessment Committee (PDF), Dr. Dan Luecke (MP4)
Judge John Melanson (MP4)
Question & Answer Session (MP4)

Panel IV: How the Sovereigns of the West Can Work Together to Better Manage Water
Saving Water in the Pecos (PDF), Mr. Josh Mann (MP4)
Professor Judith Royster (MP4)
Mr. Clive Strong (MP4)
Question & Answer Session (MP4)

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