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National Forests and Reserved Water Rights in the Western United States: Another Perspective

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Abstract:

Recent litigation on the subject of reserved water rights on national forestlands may have a significant influence upon the planning and management of all federal lands. The problem must be seen in the wider context of an evolving national water policy. The analysis by Fairfax and Andrews in the October 1979 issue of the Journal of Forestry is astute, though the interpretations they provide are open to question.

Document Type: Journal Article

Affiliations: Associate Director, Environmental Program; Chairman, Natural Resources Planning Program; and Associate Professor of Natural Resources and Environmental Studies, University of Vermont

Publication date: 1979-11-01

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