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Guide to the National Water Commission Records, 1969-1973
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  • Descriptive Summary

    Title: National Water Commission Records,
    Date (inclusive): 1969-1973
    Collection number: Special Collections M0225
    Creator: National Water Commission.
    Extent: 12.5 linear ft.
    Repository: Stanford University. Libraries. Dept. of Special Collections and University Archives.
    Language: English.

    Administrative Information

    Access Restrictions

    None.

    Publication Rights

    Property rights reside with the repository. Literary rights reside with the creators of the documents or their heirs. To obtain permission to publish or reproduce, please contact the Public Services Librarian of the Dept. of Special Collections.

    Provenance

    Gift of Ray K. Linsley, 1973.

    Preferred Citation:

    [Identification of item] National Water Commission Records, M0225, Dept. of Special Collections, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, Calif.

    Scope and Content

    Reports, research materials, legal papers, minutes, and correspondence of the Commission. Subjects include irrigation, desalting, water resource planning, water law, and water quality.

    Materials Removed From Collection

    Note

    ALL OF THE FOLLOWING MATERIAL WAS REMOVED FROM THE COLLECTION AND SENT TO GOVERNMENT DOCUMENTS, WHICH SUBSEQUENTLY PASSED MANY OF THE MATERIALS ON TO THE LAW AND/OR ENGINEERING LIBRARIES. THE DEPARTMENT OF SPECIAL COLLECTIONS HAS NO MEANS OF PROVIDING ACCESS TO THESE MATERIALS. PLEASE CONTACT EITHER THE GOVERNMENT DOCUMENTS, LAW, OR ENGINGEERING LIBRARIES, AS APPROPRIATE, TO LOCATE THESE ITEMS.

    Removed or Separated Material

    • 1. PB 208 309. (NWC-L-72-036). Legal study 18. Pub. Reg. of Water Quality in the U.S. N. William Hines.
    • 2. PB 204 051. (NWC-L-71-016). Legal study 16. Legal and governmental structures for water management in metropolitan areas. Orlando E. Delogu.
    • 3. PB 202 997 (NWC-L-71-010). Legal study 15. The federal-state regional corporation. Richard A. Solomon.
    • 4. PB 202 998 (NWC-L-71-011). Legal study 14. Interstate water compacts. Jerome C. Muys.
    • 5. PB 206 096 (NWC-L-72-027). Legal study 12. Authorization of federal water projects. Northcutt Ely.
    • 6. PB 211 443 (NWC-L-72-053). Legal study 11. The water resources council. Ernst Liebman.
    • 7. PB 205 005 (NWC-L-71-021). Legal study 8C. Legal Aspects of Water Salvage. Richard L. Dewsnup.
    • 8. PB 205 247 (NWC-L-71-022). Legal study 8B. Public Access Rights in Waters and Shorelands. R.L. Dewsnup.
    • 9. PB 205 003. (NWC-L-71-023). Legal study 8A. Legal Protection of Instream Water Values. R.L. Dewsnup.
    • 10. PB 205 527 (NWC-L-72-026). Legal study 6. Ground water law, management and administration. Charles E. Corker.
    • 11. PB 203 600 (NWC-L-71-014). Legal study 5. Federal-state relations in water law, Frank J. Trelease.
    • 12. PB[202 418] (NWC-L-71-007). Legal study 4A. Improvement of state water records. R. L. Dewsnup and Charles J. Meyers.
    • 13. PB 205 249 (NWC-L-71-025). Legal study 3. Administrative allocation of water. Edward W. Clyde and Dallis W. Jensen.
    • 14. PB 206 790 (NWC-F-72-031). Agricultural water demands. Iowa State Univ.
    • 15. PB 208 669 (NWC-EES-72-042). Recycling and ecosystem response. Mich. State Univ.
    • 16. PB 209 942 (NWC-EES-72-045). Desalting. Victor A. Koelzer.
    • 17. PB 201 535 (NWC-EES-71-003). Wastewater Reuse. Dr. Jerome Gavis.
    • 18. PB 210 355 (NWC-EES-72-046). Water use and management aspects of Steam electric power generation. Consulting panel on waste heat.
    • 19. PB 208 667 (NWC-EES-72-040). Classifying water bodies. Colorado State Univ.
    • 20. PB 207 115 (NWC-EES-72-033). Extending utility of non urban water supplies. Utah State Univ. Foundation.
    • 21. PB 201 536 (NWC-EES-71-004). Ground water management. Leslie E. Mack.
    • 22. PB 204 053 (NWC-EES-71-015). Potential Technological Advances and their impact on anticipated water requirements. National Academy of Sciences, committee on technologies and water.
    • 23. PB 199 493 (NWC-EES-71-002). Metropolitan water management. Urban Systems Research and Engineering, Inc.
    • 24. PB 201 534 (NWC-EES-71-005). Precipitation modification. Jack D. Lackner.
    • 25. PB 210 356 (NWC-SBS-72-047). Econ. Value of water concepts and empirical estimates, Colorado State Univ.
    • 26. PB 210 357 (NWC-SBS-72-048). Econ. value of water in a systems context. Butcher, Whittlesey, Orsborn.
    • 27. PB 206 372 (NWC-SBS-72-029). Regional Econ. development: the role of water. Utah. State Univ.
    • 28. PB 204 245 (NWC-SBS-71-013). Public participation in water resources planning. Katherine P. Warner.
    • 29. PB 205 248 (NWC-SBS-71-024). Population growth in communities in relation to water resources policy. Rivkin/Carson, Inc.
    • 30. PB 208 310 (NWC-SBS-72-038). Wastewater management project, Muskegon County, Michigan. Center for Urban Studies.
    • 31. PB 208 304 (NWC-SBS-72-139). Federal cost-sharing policies for water resources. National Bureau of Standards.
    • 32. PB 204 052 (NWC-SBS-71-012). Q Hydroelectric power policy. Truman P. Price.
    • 33. PB 208 668 (NWC-SBS-72-041). Inland waterway transport policy in the U.S.. Dwight M. Blood.
    • 34. PB 204 375 (NWC-SBS-71-019). The New England river basins commission: A Case study. Helen Ingram.
    • 35. PB 210 358 (NWC-SBS-72-049). Intergovernmental relations in water resources activities. Wendell and Schwan.
    • 36. PB 211 442 (NWC-SBS-72-052). Preserving two Great Lakes. Guy J. Kelnhofer, Jr
    • 37. PB 207 314 (NWC-SBS-72-034). Institutional arrangements for water resource development. Vincent Ostrom.
    • 38, PB 212 139 (NWC-EES-72-059). Water pollution control in the U.S. - a panel report.
    • 39. PB 211 922 (NWC-SBS-72-05) contr. NWC 71-019). Alternative adjustments to natural hazards. Univ of Pittsburgh.
    • 40. PB 211 921 (NWC-EES-72-057). Water resources planning. A Panel report.
    • 41. PB 211 444 (NWC-F-72-054 contr. NWC 72-012). Alternative demands for water and land for agricultural purposes. Iowa State Univ.
    • 42. PB 202 620 (NWC-L-71-009). Market transfers of water rights. C.J. Meyers, R.A. Posner.
      Date: July, 1971.
      Legal study #4. Final report.
    • 43. PB 202 611 (NWC-L-71-006). Functional analysis of appropriation law. C.J. Meyers.
      Date: 7-1-71.
      Legal study 1. Final report.
    • 44. PB 205 004 (NWC-L-71-020). Riparian water law: a functional analysis, Clifford Davis.
      Date: Oct. 1971.
      Legal study 2.
    • 45. PB 204 374 (NWC-EES-71-018). Systems analysis in water resources planning. Meta Systems, Inc. Russell J. deLucia, Harold A. Thomas, Jr., Peter P. Rogers, Myron B. Fiering, Robert P. Burden.
      Date: July, 1971.
    • 46. PB 204 244 (NWC-L-71-017). Institutions for water planning. Gary W. Hart.
      Date: Sept. 1971.
      part of Legal study 13.
    • 47. PB 204 928 (NWC-71-014). Water resources policy in Wisconsin. Irving K. Fox. Univ. of Wisconsin, Water Resources Center.
      Date: 1971.
    • 48. PB 206 491 (NWC-F-72-030). Forecasting water demands. Russell G. Thompson, M. Leon Hyatt, James W. McFarland, H. Peyton Young.
      Date: Nov. 1971.
    • 49. PB 209 083 (NWC-SBS-72-044). Pricing and efficiency in water resource management. Robert K. Davis, Steve H. Hanke.
      Date: Dec. 1971.
    • 50. PB 211 974 (NWC-L-72-055). Courts and water - the role of the judicial process. Grant P. Thompson.
      Date: July, 1972.
    • 51. PB 208 835 (NWC-L-72-043). Legal devices for accommodating water resources development and environmental values. William A. Hillhouse II, John L. DeWeerdt. Legal study 17. Final Report.
      Date: Dec. 1971.
    • 52. PB 211 441 (NWC-SBS-72-051). Federal decisionmaking for water resource development. A. Allan Schmid.
      Date: Dec. 1, 1971.
    • 53. PB 210 823 (NWC-EES-72-050). Research and development in water resources. John S. Gladwell.
      Date: Jan. 1972.
      Water resources research, its role in the total R & D spectrum.
    • 54. PB 212 140 (NWC-SBS-72-060). Authorization and appropriation processes for water resource development. David F. Allee, Helen M. Ingram, Cornell Univ.,
      Date: 1972.
    • 55. PB 211 840 (NWC-SBS-72-056). Acreage limitation in the federal reclamation program. Harry J. Hogan.
      Date: 1972.
    • 56. missing (borrowed by C.E. Downs) A Historical study of the water resources policy of the federal government,
      Date: 1900-1970;
      John B. Legler, Glen E. Holt, Perry R. Duis.
      Date: 1971.
    • 57. NWC-EES-72-028 Watershed Management. William E. Sopper.
    • 58. NWC-EES-72-033 An Aesthetic Overview of the Role of Water in the Landscape. Univ. of Cal. at Berkeley.

    GOVERNMENT DOCUMENTS

    • 59. Systems Analysis in H2O Resources Planning by Meta Systems, Inc.
      Date: 7-71.
    • 60. Future Water and Land Use: Effects of Selected Public Agricultural and Irrigation Policies on Water Demand and Land Use. by E. O. Heady, H. C. Madsen, K. J. Nicol, S. H. Hargrove. Preliminary Report.
    • 61. Potential Technological Advances and Their Impact on Anticipated Water Requirements.
      Date: 7-71.
    • 62. The Role of Water in Regional Economic Development by W. C. Lewis, J.C. Anderson, H. H. Fullerton, B. D. Gardner.
      Date: 10-71.
    • 63. National Bureau of Standards Report 10 666. Federal Cost-Sharing Policies for Water Resources. NBS Project 431 4537. by H. E. Marshall and V. L. Broussalian.
    • 64. Inland Waterway Transport Policy in the U.S. by Dwight M. Blood.
      Date: 2-72.
    • 65. The 1970 National Power Survey. Federal Power Commission, Part I.

    Transcripts of Proceedings - National Water Commission: (#66-72.)

    • 66. Rocky Mountain--Upper Missouri Basin Regional Conference, Denver,
      Date: 9-26-69.
    • 67. North Central Regional Conference, Chicago, Ill.
      Date: 10-3-69.
    • 68. Southern Regional Conference,
      Date: 10-9-69.
    • 69. Northwest Regional Conference,
      Date: 10-16-69.
    • 70. Southwest Regional Conference,
      Date: 10-27-69.
    • 71. National Regional Conference, 2 volumes,
      Date: 11/6-7/69.
    • 72. Pacific Northwest Regional Conference,
      Date: 8-29-69.
    • 73. A State-of-the-Art Report on Desalting.
      Date: 6-71.
      NWC Staff Paper - draft only.