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    • National Water Management 

      Dworsky, Leonard B. (2007-10-31)
      Historical overview of water resources management in the United States from 1900 to the 1990's. Discusses the Clean Air Act, National Water Pollution Control Program, and evolution of the ten EPA regions.
    • Interagency Committees 

      Dworsky, Leonard B. (2007-10-31)
      Discusses principle issues under consideration by the Western Water Policy Review Advisory Commission and the Water Resources Planning Act of 1965.
    • Reflections on a Century of Water Science and Policy 

      Dworsky, Leonard B.; Viessman, Dean Warren Jr. (2007-10-31)
      Discusses and summarizes the article "Are We Still on the Wrong Road" by Dean Warren Viessman, Jr. in Water Resources Update, Special Issue 116, entitled "Reflections on a Century of Water Science and Policy," March 2000.
    • Watershed Planning and Management: Safeguarding the Quality of Water in the United States: A Review 1938-1996 

      Dworsky, Leonard B. (2007-10-31)
      This review touches on a part of watershed history that has been forgotten, 1938 until 1972 with some attention to the 1912 to 1938 period. There were six decades of experiment and trial and error by engineers, scientists, ...
    • Society in Transition: Problems of a Changing Age 

      Dworsky, Leonard B.; Banes, Harry Elmer (2007-10-31)
      Quotes various authors and papers when discussing the shortcomings of the U.S. water resources management program.
    • An Institutional Reader: Are We Still on the Right Road 

      Dworsky, Leonard B. (2007-10-31)
      This Institutional Reader was organized by Leonard Dworsky as a collection of readings and thoughts that he believes are important for the student of water and water pollution management in the United States. Some of the ...
    • Institutional Reader: Introduction and Table of Contents 

      Dworsky, Leonard B. (2007-10-31)
      This Institutional Reader was organized by Leonard Dworsky as a collection of readings and thoughts that he believes are important for the student of water and water pollution management in the United States. Some of the ...