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100 1  Staff, American Society of Civil Engineers 
245 10 Guidelines for Development of Effective Water Sharing 
       Agreements 
264  1 Reston :|bAmerican Society of Civil Engineers,|c2012 
264  4 |c©2012 
300    1 online resource (132 pages) 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
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490 1  Standards Ser 
505 0  Cover -- CONTENTS -- FOREWORD -- PREFACE -- 
       ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- 1 The Foundation for Effective Water 
       Sharing -- 1.1 Purpose and Scope of the Standard Guideline
       -- 1.2 Distinctive Characteristics of Water -- 1.3 Guiding
       Principles for Effective Water Sharing -- 1.3.1 
       Coordination and Cooperation -- 1.3.2 Interdisciplinary 
       Analysis -- 1.3.3 Watershed and River Basin Planning -- 
       1.3.4 Adaptive Management -- 1.4 Goals and Objectives of 
       Water Sharing Agreements -- 1.4.1 Existing Demands and 
       Usage -- 1.4.2 Future Demands and Usage -- 1.4.3 Quality 
       of Water Allocated -- 1.4.4 Sustainable Management -- 1.5 
       Summary -- 2 Water Sharing across Political Boundaries -- 
       2.1 Obstacles to Effective Water Sharing -- 2.1.1 
       Agreement across Political Boundaries -- 2.1.2 Conflicting
       Internal Water Rights -- 2.1.3 Conflicting Internal Water 
       Policies -- 2.1.4 Incomplete Knowledge of Water Resource 
       Availability -- 2.1.5 Incomplete Knowledge of the Water 
       Resource Demands -- 2.1.6 Conflicting Internal Economic 
       Policies -- 2.2 Negotiating Obstacles Leading to an 
       Agreement -- 2.2.1 Obligation to Cooperate and Negotiate 
       in Good Faith -- 2.2.2 Obligation to Prevent Unreasonable 
       Harm to Other Parties -- 2.2.3 Commitment to the Equitable
       Utilization of the Shared Water -- 2.2.4 Commitment to the
       Values of Water Resource Sustainability -- 2.2.5 
       Obligation to Exchange Adequate Data with the Other 
       Parties -- 2.3 The International Law of Transboundary 
       Water Sharing -- 2.3.1 Substantiating International Legal 
       Norms -- 2.3.2 Legal Norms of Water Sharing -- 2.3.3 Legal
       Evolution of Shared Water Agreements -- 2.4 Summary -- 3 
       Resource Assessments -- 3.1 Geographical and Political 
       Boundaries -- 3.2 Assessment of Water Laws and Policies --
       3.2.1 Water Rights -- 3.2.2 Water Policies -- 3.3 
       Assessment of Water Resources -- 3.3.1 Data Collection and
       Uncertainty -- 3.3.2 Water Supply 
505 8  3.3.3 Underground and Atmospheric Water Supply -- 3.3.4 
       Quality of Water Supply -- 3.3.5 Water Supply Augmentation
       -- 3.4 Assessment of Water Demands -- 3.5 Summary -- 4 
       Administration of Agreements -- 4.1 The Challenge -- 4.2 
       The Historical Record of International Water Sharing 
       Institutions -- 4.2.1 Coordination and Cooperation 
       Agreements -- 4.2.2 Comprehensive Agreements -- 4.2.3 
       Analysis -- 4.3 The Historical Record of U.S. Water 
       Sharing Institutions -- 4.3.1 Interstate Compacts -- 4.3.2
       Federal-Interstate Compacts -- 4.3.3 Federal 
       Administration of Shared Waters -- 4.3.4 Title II River 
       Basin Planning Commissions -- 4.4 Organizational Design 
       Principles -- 4.4.1 Interdisciplinary Analysis -- 4.4.2 
       Legal Basis -- 4.4.3 Political Validity and Equitable 
       Participation -- 4.4.4 Financial Viability -- 4.4.5 
       Implementation and Enforcement Competence -- 4.4.6 
       Stakeholder Involvement -- 4.4.7 Adaptability -- 4.5 
       Choices in Institutional Design -- 4.5.1 Purpose and 
       Objectives -- 4.5.2 Rules of Decision -- 4.5.3 Powers and 
       Duties -- 4.5.4 Accountability and Responsiveness -- 4.5.5
       Compliance -- 4.5.6 Dispute Resolution -- 4.6 Summary -- 5
       Water Allocation Strategies -- 5.1 Strategies for Water 
       Allocation -- 5.1.1 Surface Water -- 5.1.2 Underground 
       Water -- 5.1.3 Atmospheric Water -- 5.1.4 Integrating 
       Surface, Underground, and Atmospheric Water Allocation -- 
       5.1.5 Allocating Water Resulting from Supply Augmentation 
       -- 5.2 Adaptive Management -- 5.3 Summary -- 6 Model Water
       Sharing Agreements -- 6.1 Purpose and Scope of Models -- 
       Appendix A: Model Water Sharing Agreement A (Coordination 
       and Cooperation) -- A.1 Article 1A: Declaration of 
       Policies and Purposes -- A.2 Article 2A: General -- A.3 
       Article 3A: Administration -- A.4 Article 4A: Coordination
       of Water Issues -- A.5 Article 5A: Dispute Resolution 
       (Optional) -- A.6 Signatures 
505 8  Appendix B: Model Water Sharing Agreement B (Limited 
       Purpose) -- B.1 Article 1B: Declaration of Policies and 
       Purposes -- B.2 Article 2B: General -- B.3 Article 3B: 
       Administration -- B.4 Article 4B: Equitable and Reasonable
       Use of Water -- B.5 Article 5B: Dispute Resolution 
       (Optional) -- B.6 Signatures -- B.7 Allocation 
       Alternatives -- Appendix C: Model Water Sharing Agreement 
       C (Comprehensive) -- C.1 Article 1C: Declaration of 
       Policies and Purposes -- C.2 Article 2C: General -- C.3 
       Article 3C: Administration -- C.4 Article 4C: 
       Comprehensive Water Management -- C.5 Article 5C: 
       Financing -- C.6 Article 6C: Dispute Resolution -- C.7 
       Signatures -- C.8 Financing (Example) -- C.9 Arbitral 
       Panel (Optional) -- GLOSSARY -- A -- B -- C -- D -- E -- F
       -- G -- H -- I -- L -- M -- N -- O -- P -- R -- S -- T -- 
       U -- W -- REFERENCES -- INDEX -- A -- B -- C -- D -- E -- 
       F -- G -- H -- I -- J -- L -- M -- N -- O -- P -- Q -- R -
       - S -- T -- U -- W 
520    Standard ASCE/EWRI 60-12 provides guidelines for the 
       development of complete, comprehensive, and well-
       integrated contracts for allocating and managing water 
       resources among two or more independent political 
       organizations 
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