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Peer Reviewed Papers, Books, Chapters

Year Title Citation Authors
1. 2012 A question of representation: The impact of urban congressmen upon housing legislation. Journal of Urban Law--University of Detroit, 47(1), 85-111
2. 2012 Environment Member, Board of Contributing Editors
3. 2010 A Founder: Aaron Wildavsky and the Study of Public Policy” Policy Studies Journal 38:3 pp.565-579
4. 2009 Collaborative networks and new ways of knowing, Environmental Science and Policy Vol 12. Iss. 6, pp. 644-652
5. 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
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 Science and environmental decision-making: The potential role of Environmental Impact Assessment in the pursuit of appropriate information Natural Resources Journal. 45 (2)
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 A response to Peter de Leon. Public Administration Review
12. 2005 Maintaining the Status Quo: How Institutional Norms and Practices Create Conservative Water Organizations.”  Texas Law Review 83(7): 2027-2053.
13. 2005 Weather forecasts are for wimps: Why water resource managers do not use climate forecasts. Climatic Change, 69, 197-227.
14. 2004 Conflict in the borderlands NACLA Report on the Americas, 38(1), 19-24.
15. 2004 The political invasion of science: How policy constructs boundaries and meanings Italian Review of Public Policy, 2, 5-28
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 Social Sciences Quarterly Member, Editorial Board
19. 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.
20. 2001 International Environmental Law: Introduction and Context UCLA Journal of Environmental Law and Policy, 19(1), 1-10.
21. 2000 States, markets, and beyond: Governance of transboundary water resources Natural Resources Journal, 40(2), 439-473
22. 2000 Reason and rationality in water politics Water Resources Update. [Special issue], 116, 50-53.
23. 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
24. 1999 Lessons learned and recommendations for coping with future scarcity. Natural Resources Journal, 39(1), 179-88
25. 1998 Science, democracy, and water policy Water Resources Update, 113, 21-28.
26. 1998 Institutions and policies for democracy: A discussion paper and comments. Policy Currents, 8(1), 1-13
27. 1996 Natural Resources Journal Associate Editor, Political Science and Public Administration
28. 1995 Public Policy Section Newsletter, American Political Science Association Chair, Editorial Board, Policy Currents
29. 1995 Social construction (continued): A response to Robert Lieberman American Political Science Review, 89 (2), 437-446
30. 1995 The Sonoran pimería alta: Shared environmental problems and challenges. Journal of Southwest, 37 (1), 102-122.
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 The choice of target populations Administration and Society, 23(3), 333-356.
37. 1991 American Political Science Review Book Review Editor
38. 1990 Improving implementation through framing smarter statutes. Journal of Public Policy, 10(1), 67-88
39. 1990 Behavioral assumptions of policy tools Journal of Politics, 52(2), 510-529.
40. 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
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 A willingness to play: Analysis of water resources development Western Journal of Agricultural Economics, 7(1), 133-139
53. 1982 Arizona groundwater reform: The forces of change The Southwestern Review of Management and Economics, 2(3), 13-21
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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