Liquid Relations: Contested Water Rights and Legal Complexity

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INDEX
access to water, 11, 114, 126, 191, 232, 242, 251, 257; competition for, 182, 225, 233; open, 136–137, 225, 245; technology and, 140–141, 233; unreliability in, 190, 216
accountability, 10, 12, 86, 212
acequias (irrigation system), 247, 250
Adjudication of water rights. See courts
advocating proposals, 166
aesthetics, 250
affluent farmers, 181, 188, 189
Africa, 15. See also South Africa
African National Congress (ANC), 260
agencies, 10, 164, 200, 215, 256; allocation and, 235, 243; catchment management, 18, 197–199, 203–204, 207–212, 214n.11; colonial, 148; conflict mediation by, 226, 230; donor, 22, 251, 266; groundwater management, 132–133; international, 240; irrigation schemes and, 217, 226, 243–244, 246; nongovernment, 30; state, 67, 72–73, 74, 76, 224, 265. See also bureaucracy; specific agencies
agriculture, 18, 51, 61; commercial, 116; intensification of, 1. See also under crops; farmers; irrigation; sharecroppers
Ak-Chin Indian community, 55
alienation of property, 59. See also under property
allocation, 14, 18, 44, 108, 227, 240, 257, 260; administrative reallocation, 245– 246, 249; agency-controlled, 235, 243; calculations for, 231; equity in, 136–137, 190, 229, 255; of land by state, 77; in Laos, 219, 220–221; licensing for, 204; markets and, 107, 116, 246–248; proportional system, 74, 75; reallocation, 148, 190–191, 224, 245–249; rights and, 114, 137, 138–141, 215, 216, 218–219, 234. See also distribution
allotment policy, 46–47, 48–49, 58
American Indians, 16, 255, 257, 264; in Andean region, 99–102, 103, 107, 115– 117, 119, 148, 152, 258; benefits to nonIndians, 44–45, 47, 50–54, 59; conflicting policies for, 46–49; reservations and, 46–48, 50–52, 58, 61; Supreme Court and, 45, 48–49, 51–53, 56–60, 62–63; in United States, 44–65. See also under indigenous
Andean countries, 17–18, 97–120, 144–168, 264; Chilean Water Code and, 157–158, 160–161, 164; collective control and, 97–99, 103, 108, 110–113, 118, 120; indigenous people in, 99–102, 103, 107, 115–117, 119, 148, 152, 258; legal pluralism in, 99, 108, 144–145, 149, 150, 152, 161, 164; legal recognition in, 145, 146–150; neoliberalism and, 97–99, 103, 105–108, 113–120, 122n. 10, 156–157, 160– 161, 164, 170n. 18; privatization and, 97– 99, 102, 108, 109–110, 112, 115–116. See also special law, in Andean region
anomalous rights, 97–100
anthropologists, 14, 19, 74, 254, 255, 261
apartheid, 195–197, 199–201, 205, 213n.5. See also South Africa
Appasamy, P., 131, 248
appropriate technology, 9
aquifers, 131, 141, 172, 188
Argentina, 170n.13
Aristotle, 100
Arizona, 53, 55, 247
Arizona v. California, 56–57, 61

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