9780806166964 (electronic book) 0806166967 (electronic book)
Environment in modern North America ; v. 4.
"Describes how the West's arid ecosystems brought about major evolutions in western water law and, in turn, how the changes in the law subsequently had immense additional impacts on the environment"-- Provided by publisher.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Introduction Master-Planning Swamplands and the Environment San Joaquin Valley Wetlands Begin to Disappear Reclaiming the Upper and Lower Kern Delta Lux v. Haggin (1886) and the Aftermath Corporate Changes and Kern River Transformations Miller & Lux in the Early Twentieth Century Threats to the Kern County Land Company Water Districts Take Shape at First and Second Points Epilogue
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Descrition based on online resource ; title from digital title page (ProQuest, viewed May 18, 2020)
Available in Other Form
Print version: Littlefield, Douglas R. Ruling the waters. Norman : University of Oklahoma Press, 2020