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Joseph P. Byrne of Best Best & Krieger will help District meet its strategic objectives and remain a regional leader in the water industry ROWLAND HEIGHTS, Calif., Oct.
Utah public water suppliers trying to plan for future decades struggle with the arid state's always-uncertain future for precipitation, but they may soon have a tool that gives them more time to sort through the complicated realm of water rights. Draft legislation by Rep.
By Janice Francis-Smith In January 2006, physician Richard Stansberry appeared before the Oklahoma County Planning Commission. He was there to explain what was happening with a plan to build a single-family, residential subdivision on a parcel of land he had owned for decades. "Dr.
By Erica F. Curless, The Spokesman-Review, Spokane, Wash. Jul. 15--North Idaho residents with questions about the controversial process of sorting out who owns what water rights are invited to a series of town hall meetings next week.
By Kozlowski, James C Landowners claim that structure interferes with their 'right to a view.' Generally, a property owner whose property abuts a lake, river, or stream possesses certain riparian rights, a bundle of rights that turns on the physical relationship of a body of water to the land abutting it.
By Ghoshray, Saby The biosphere is a biosphere because it is a hydrosphere. The planet's hydrological cycle is a water democracy-a system of distributing water for all species-for the rain forest in the Amazon, the desert life in the Sahara. Nature does not distribute water uniformly.
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