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Start year End year Title Source Position
1. 2004 Science and Adaptive Management in the CalFed program.” Newkirk Center for Science and Society, University of California, Irvine
2. 2004 Institutional Re-arrangements: forging “smart use” water policy coalitions at the intersection of geo-technical engineering with urban open space.” National Institutes for Water Resources and U.S. Geological Survey
3. 2000 2001 “Social Movements, Public Policy and Democracy,” Center for the Study of Democracy, University of California, Irvine
4. 1998 1999 Deliberations of Water Management Institutions” National Oceanographic & Atmospheric Administration Grant
5. 1998 1999 “3rd Generation of Environmental Law Center for Global Peace and Conflict Studies Grant for Conference
6. 1998 1999 “3rd Generation of Environmental Law National Science Foundation
7. 1996 1999 "Joining Knowledge and Action: Resolving U.S.-Mexico Transboundary Environmental Problems" Ford Foundation and Hewlitt Foundation
8. 1996 1999 "Toward a Bioregional, Transboundary Sense of Place: Linking Cultural Diversity with Biodiversity in the Arid U.S.-Mexico Borderlands" Ford Foundation.
9. 1997 1998 Faculty Research on Regional Environmental Cooperation. Testing Models Against Experience in Transboundary Water Resources Management.” Institute for Global Conflict and Cooperation Faculty Research Grant
10. 1997 1998 Global Peace and Conflict Studies Faculty Research Grant NA
11. 1994 1997 Fortifying Transnational Linkages Along the U.S.-Mexico Border: Information-sharing and Environmental Policy" Ford Foundation
12. 1994 1996 "Democratic Institutions, BECC (Border Environment Cooperation Commission), and Environmental Sustainability in the (U.S.-Mexico) Border Region" Mott Foundation
13. 1992 1995 The U.S.-Mexico Border Area--A Region Under Stress Coordinating Conference with Robert Varady Ford Foundation
14. 1992 1994 Beyond the Udall Center's Ambos Nogales Project: A Handbook on Strategies and Problem-Solving Techniques for the U.S.-Mexico Border Environment with Robert Varady Ford Foundation
15. 1993 "Inventando Las Fronteras/Inventing the Borderlands" Ford Foundation/Mexico City
16. 1993 "Water and the San Xavier District of the Tohono O'odham Nation" Tides Foundation
17. 1989 1990 The Ordeal of U.S. Citizenship: Mexican Migration, Enduring Values, and New Policies," Arizona Humanities Council
18. 1989 1990 U.S.-Mexico Transboundary Water Resources Management," Ford Foundation
19. 1985 1987 To develop a planning study to improve the use of the Salt River PimaMaricopa Indian Community's land and water resources with Roger Fox (UA Department of Agricultural Economics) and Thomas McGuire (UA Bureau of Applied Research in Anthropology). Ford Foundation
20. 1982 1986 To study water reallocation and rural, low income people with interdisciplinary team. Ford Foundation
21. 1984 To prepare a handbook on institutional factors affecting groundwater pollution policy, with Mary Doyle (UA College of Law) and Thomas Maddock, III (UA Department of Hydrology). National Water Well Association
22. 1980 1981 U.S. Water Resources Council U.S. Water Resources Council


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