Transboundary Policy Challenges in the Pacific Border Regions of North America

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INDEX

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Abbotsford-Sumas aquifer, 7, 129, 195–96, 205
importance of political border, 199
management agencies, 199
nitrate contamination, 197
scientific research, 211
water table, 197
Abbotsford-Sumas Aquifer International Task Force, 199, 202
Abbotsford Sumas Stakeholder Group, 195, 200, 202–3, 208
Aboriginal Peoples. See also First Nations; Indigenous populations
aboriginal/nonaboriginal relations, 279
Coast Salish Peoples, 123, 129, 133, 159
Swinomish Tribal Community, 318
Upper Skagit and Sauk-Suiattle tribes, 318
Agricultural Land Reserve laws (ALR), 97, 115
Agriculture Canada, 203
air quality, 4, 19, 22, 27, 68, 78, 126, 162
Cascades, 309
air travel, 94, 104, 107, 109. See also planes
cargo, 112
inefficiencies, 107, 109
Alaska, 26
Exxon Valdez oil spill, 210
gray whale habitat, 220
oil reserves, 70
tourism employment, 251, 259–60
Alaska cruise industry, 7, 241–42, 282
boom in, 243, 245, 246
crew members, 238, 248, 252
economic impacts, 239, 247, 249–51, 260
environmental impacts, 238–39, 246, 253, 257, 259
“Glacier Route” cruises, 245
land tours, 244–45, 261
legislation, 257
marketing, 240
Open Skies Agreement and, 244
San Francisco, 238, 252
Seattle, 238, 246, 252, 261
ships, 238, 240, 243, 252, 254–55, 257–59
transnational policy issues, 8, 237–61
Vancouver, 238, 243, 246–47, 252–53, 260–61
waste reduction strategies, 255–56
Alberta, 26, 68, 89
demand for natural gas, 82
energy exports, 81
power deregulation, 69
Albuquerque, 43
All American Canal (Imperial Valley), 179
Alper, Donald K., 4, 323
alternative energy sources. See under energy

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