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Appendix E: Historical Significance of a Water "Compact": Development of the Colorado Compact and the Upper Colorado River Basin Compact
Pages 209-212

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... . States claimed exclusive authority to regulate appropriation of stream water within their borders and the federal government claimed jurisdiction over water in interstate streams (Goslin, 1978)
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... .1 The treaty further provided that Mexico shall not acquire any right to water in excess of that amount thus preventing future Mexican demands for water as their agricultural water demands grew. The guaranteed 1.5 million acre-feet annual water delivery to Mexico was subject to reduction in the event of shortages or drought upstream in the U.S.
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... bitmap NAP should already have a high-res version of this image from the 2007 report, "Colorado River Basin Water Management : Evaluating and Adjusting to Hydroclimatic Variability " 
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... February 3. Washington, DC: United States Government Printing Office.

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