Transboundary Aquifer and River Governance

The Fall 2019 seminar series will explore the law, governance, and management of transboundary water resources, including water law throughout the West and especially Colorado. Topics include interstate agreements, decrees governing water distribution, and interstate groundwater issues, with a national water law overlay. The seminar will spotlight four case studies:

  • Platte River (Colorado, Nebraska, Wyoming)
  • High Plains Aquifer (Colorado, Nebraska, Kansas)
  • Rio Grande River (Colorado, New Mexico, Texas)
  • Colorado River (Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, Wyoming, and Mexico)

Mondays 4:00-5:00 PM
Location: Wagar 232
CRN 74006 | 1 Credit

Syllabus: Download
Students who have enrolled in GRAD 592 in the past may also enroll in this offering.

All interested faculty, students, and off-campus guests are welcome to attend.

Course Instructor
Jennifer Gimbel
Senior Water Policy Scholar
Colorado Water Center
jennifer.gimbel@colostate.edu

GRAD592 Fall 2019 Poster

Seminar Series Archive

GRAD 592 2017 recordings and live streams (Water Management in Colorado)
GRAD 592 2016 recordings and live streams (Topics in Western Water Law)