Riparian Areas of the Southwestern United States: Hydrology, Ecology, and Management

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CHAPTER 17
Institutional Limitations to Management and Use of Riparian Resources
Peter F. Ffolliott and Hans M. GregersenCONTENTS
17.1 Legal and Regulatory Requirements 360
17.1.1 Water Rights 360
17.1.1.1 Prior Appropriation 360
17.1.1.2 Riparian Law 361
17.1.1.3 Groundwater Rights 361
17.1.1.4 Instream Flow Rights 362
17.1.2 Federal Legislation 362
17.1.2.1 Clean Water Act of 1972 363
17.1.2.2 The Clean Water Initiative of 1998 364
17.1.2.3 Other Federal Laws and Regulations 364
17.1.3 State Laws and Regulations 365
17.2 Informal Social Guidelines 365
17.2.1 A Recognition of Privileges 365
17.2.2 A Land Ethic 367
17.2.3 Social Acceptability 367
17.3 Economic Values 367
17.3.1 Use Values 368
17.3.2 Non-Use Values 368
17.3.3 Sustaining the Flows of Resources 369
17.4 Policies 369
17.4.1 Policy Formulation 369
17.4.2 Implementing Policies 370
17.5 Locally Led Initiatives 370
17.5.1 Nature of the Initiatives 371
17.5.2 Measures of Success 371
17.6 Summary 372
References 372

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