Apr 11

Announcement: “Certificate Program in Environmental and Natural Resource Law”

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Announcement Details:  

We are very excited to offer an online certificate program in  Environmental and Natural Resource Law! The program (2014) runs from July 14th to September 19th. There will be 10 weeks online lessons. ..

 

 

Presented By:
Environment & Natural Resources Law Development Institute

Director of the Program:
Prof. James Hopkins, Contact Email: hopkinsj@email.arizona.edu

Contact Person:  
Hossein Mirsadri, Email: mirsadri@email.arizona.edu

Cost:
Announcement coming soon for early bird price

 

 

Nov 20

Nov 23rd, Binational Forum on the Yaqui Basin’s Location:

 Pascua Yaqui Reservation, Albert J. Garcia Auditorium, 7777 S. Camino Huivism, Tucson, AZ

(The Auditorium is located on your first left behind the Fire Station)

                                          Location          location sat

Aug 16

Binational Map of Shared Water Resources on the United States – Mexico Border Area

MAP OF UNITED STATES - MEXICO BORDER AREA(Click to enlarge map area)

Region 3 encompasses the upper Yaqui basin along the Arizona-Sonora border.

Source:
United States Department of the Interior U.S.-Mexico Border Field Coordinating Committee, United States-Mexico Border Area, As Delineated by a Shared-Water Resource Perspective cited as U.S. Department of the Interior Field Coordinating Committee Fact Sheet 1, February 1996.

Excerpt at page 3:

SHARED WATER RESOURCES ISSUES TEAM 

This map of the United States-Mexico border area, as delineated by a shared-water resources perspective, is the first product of a multi-bureau “issues team” operating under the United States Department of the Interior (DOI) sponsored U.S.-Mexico Border Field Coordinating Committee (FCC). The seven DOI Bureaus are participating in the FCC through collaboration and coordination to develop a strong border program, and hence to develop a comprehensive understanding of factors necessary to conserve and protect the shared natural and cultural resources.

The U.S.-Mexico border area exists, in general, in an arid climate with limited water resources. In spite of this, and to a large extent accelerated by NAFTA, the border area continues to develop at a very rapid rate. Water managers face many difficult and unique water-resources issues and challenges. The Shared-Water Resources Issues Team is tasked with defining the basic hydrologic and geologic information, data deficiences, major issues, and potential directions that future efforts should take in order to provide the necessary data and information frameworks upon which critical decisions can be made and actions evaluated. 

 

Aug 15

Video of the Zedillo Taking 1997

Jun 22

Map of the Yaqui River Basin

Yaqui_River_Basin_MAP  Source:  

   Andrea Munoz-Hernandez & Alex S. Mayer, Sustainable
  Groundwater and Surface Water Management in the
  Rio Yaqui Basin, Sonora, Mexico, Michigan Technological
University, Michigan, USA at page 6.

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