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Peer Reviewed Papers, Books, Chapters

Year Title Citation Authors
1. 2012 Environment Member, Board of Contributing Editors
2. 2012 A question of representation: The impact of urban congressmen upon housing legislation. Journal of Urban Law--University of Detroit, 47(1), 85-111
3. 2010 A Founder: Aaron Wildavsky and the Study of Public Policy” Policy Studies Journal 38:3 pp.565-579
4. 2009 Making science useful to decision makers: climate forecasts, water management and knowledge networks.” Weather, Climate and Society Vol 1 Iss 1 pp. 9-13
5. 2009 Collaborative networks and new ways of knowing, Environmental Science and Policy Vol 12. Iss. 6, pp. 644-652
6. 2009 Multiple ways of knowing water resources: Enhancing the status of water ethics” Santa Clara Journal of International Law vol. 7:1 p.1-20
7. 2007 Place Based Conservations: Lessons from the Turtle Islands” Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development Vol. 49, no 9 November.
8. 2006 Ways of knowing and inclusive management practices” Public Administration Review. Supplement to Issue 66:6. December
9. 2005 A response to Peter de Leon. Public Administration Review
10. 2005 Taming the waters: Strategies to domesticate the wicked problems of water resource management International Journal of Water, 3(1), 1-17
11. 2005 Weather forecasts are for wimps: Why water resource managers do not use climate forecasts. Climatic Change, 69, 197-227.
12. 2005 Science and environmental decision-making: The potential role of Environmental Impact Assessment in the pursuit of appropriate information Natural Resources Journal. 45 (2)
13. 2005 Maintaining the Status Quo: How Institutional Norms and Practices Create Conservative Water Organizations.”  Texas Law Review 83(7): 2027-2053.
14. 2004 The political invasion of science: How policy constructs boundaries and meanings Italian Review of Public Policy, 2, 5-28
15. 2004 Conflict in the borderlands NACLA Report on the Americas, 38(1), 19-24.
16. 2003 Boundaries seen and unseen: Resolving transboundary groundwater problems. Water International, 28(2), 162-169
17. 2002 The Precautionary Principle, science wars, and the Earth Summit Politics and the Life Sciences [symposium on the legacy of the 1992 Earth Summit], 21(2), 56-60
18. 2002 Rethinking policy analysis: Citizens, community, and the restructuring of public services. The Good Society, [Symposium on policy analysis for the good society] 11(1), 55-60.
19. 2002 Social Sciences Quarterly Member, Editorial Board
20. 2001 International Environmental Law: Introduction and Context UCLA Journal of Environmental Law and Policy, 19(1), 1-10.
21. 2000 Reason and rationality in water politics Water Resources Update. [Special issue], 116, 50-53.
22. 2000 Transboundary groundwater on the U.S. – Mexico border: Is the glass half full, half empty, or even on the table? Natural resources Journal, 40(2), 1-4
23. 2000 States, markets, and beyond: Governance of transboundary water resources Natural Resources Journal, 40(2), 439-473
24. 1999 Lessons learned and recommendations for coping with future scarcity. Natural Resources Journal, 39(1), 179-88
25. 1998 Institutions and policies for democracy: A discussion paper and comments. Policy Currents, 8(1), 1-13
26. 1998 Science, democracy, and water policy Water Resources Update, 113, 21-28.
27. 1996 Natural Resources Journal Associate Editor, Political Science and Public Administration
28. 1995 The Sonoran pimería alta: Shared environmental problems and challenges. Journal of Southwest, 37 (1), 102-122.
29. 1995 Public Policy Section Newsletter, American Political Science Association Chair, Editorial Board, Policy Currents
30. 1995 Social construction (continued): A response to Robert Lieberman American Political Science Review, 89 (2), 437-446
31. 1994 Managing transboundary resources: Lessons from Ambos Nogales environment. Environment, 36 (4), 6-9 & 28-38
32. 1993 International boundary and water commission: An institutional mismatch for resolving transboundary water problems Natural Resources Journal, 33(1), 153-175.
33. 1993 The social construction of target populations: Implication for politics and policy The American Political Science Review, 87(2), 334-347.
34. 1992 Politics, markets, society, and water resources Halcyon, 14, 57-72.
35. 1992 The public trust doctrine and community values in water Natural Resources Journal, 32(3), 515-537.
36. 1991 American Political Science Review Book Review Editor
37. 1991 The choice of target populations Administration and Society, 23(3), 333-356.
38. 1990 No theory, no apology: A brief comment on the state of the art in natural resources. Journal of Natural Resources, 30(2), 259-262
39. 1990 Improving implementation through framing smarter statutes. Journal of Public Policy, 10(1), 67-88
40. 1990 Behavioral assumptions of policy tools Journal of Politics, 52(2), 510-529.
41. 1989 Reviewing the book reviews Political Science & Politics, 22 (3), 627-636
42. 1988 Systematically ‘pinching’ ideas: A comparative approach to policy design Journal of Public Policy, 8(1), 61-80
43. 1988 The new environmentalists The Progressive, 52(8), 14-15
44. 1988 Information: The decision forum and third party effects in water transfers. Water Resources Research., 24(4), 473-480
45. 1988 State government officials’ role in U.S.-Mexico transboundary resource issues Natural Resources Journal, 28, 431-449.
46. 1988 Traversing boundaries: A public policy approach to the analysis of foreign policy. Western Political Quarterly, 41(4), 725-745
47. 1987 The community value of water: Implications for the rural poor in the Southwest Journal of the Southwest, 29(2), 179-202
48. 1987 Politics, policy, and public choice: A critique and a proposal Polity, 19 (4). p. 613-636.
49. 1986 Science vs. the grass roots: Representation in the Bureau of Land Management Natural Resources Journal, 21(3), 493-518
50. 1985 Community values in Southwest water management [In Symposium: Godwin, R.K., Ingram, H.M. & Mann, D.E. (eds.)] Water resources and public policy. Policy Studies Review, 5(2), 365-381
51. 1984 Guidelines for improving institutional analysis in water resources planning Water Resources Research, 20(3), 323-334
52. 1982 Arizona groundwater reform: The forces of change The Southwestern Review of Management and Economics, 2(3), 13-21
53. 1982 A willingness to play: Analysis of water resources development Western Journal of Agricultural Economics, 7(1), 133-139
54. 1981 The legislators’ dilemma: Responding to voters’ preferences on energy and environmental issues The Southwestern Review of Management and Economics, 1(1), 131-146
55. 1981 Water resource development Policy Studies Review, 1(2), 243-254.
56. 1980 Policy innovation and institutional fragmentation Policy Studies Journal, 8(5), 664-682.
57. 1980 Congressional quantification of Indian reserved water rights: A definitive solution or a mirage Natural Resources Journal, 20(1), 17-43
58. 1979 Water scarcity and the politics of plenty in the Four Corners States. The Western Political Quarterly, 32(3), 298-306
59. 1979 Managing a limited resource: The political constraints on water policy in the Four-Corners States Utah Law Review, 1979(4), 719-745
60. 1978 Distributive politics reconsidered: The wisdom of the western water ethic in the contemporary energy context Policy Studies Journal, 7(1), 48-59. [Reprinted in Robert Lawrence. New Dimensions to Energy Policy. Lexington, MA: Lexington Books, 1979.]
61. 1978 Future policy directions: Challenges for the states [An issue devoted to Energy and the Environment, James L. Regens] American Behavioral Scientist, 22(2), 311-320
62. 1977 Policy implementation through bargaining: The case of Federal grants-in-aid Public Policy, 25(4), 499-526.
63. 1977 Federal water resources management: The administrative setting Public Administration Review. 37(5), 448-455
64. 1976 The National Environmental Policy Act: A view of intent and practice. Natural Resources Journal, 16(2), 243-262. [Reprinted in C. Kury, Enclosing the environment: NEPA’s transformation of conservation into environmentalism. Natural Resources Journal. 25th Anniversary Anthology. 1985.]
65. 1975 The national water commission report: A review Water Resources Research, 11(2), 23-29
66. 1973 Information channels and environmental decision making Natural Resources Journal, 13(1), 169. [Reprinted in Eugene B. Jackson. Special librarianship: A new reader. Metuchen, NJ: The Scarecrow Press, Inc., 1980.]
67. 1973 The political economy of regional water institutions American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 55(1), 10-18.
68. 1972 The changing decision rules in the politics of water development Water Resources Bulletin, 8(6), 1177-1188.
69. 1971 Patterns of politics in water resource development Natural Resources Journal, 291-307. [Reprinted in Asit K. Biswas. Selected Works in Water Resources. Champaign, IL: The International Water Resources Association. March, 1975.]
70. 1969 The impact of constituency on the process of legislating The Western Political Quarterly, 22(2), 265-279.


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