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volume sixteen | number one | spring 2001

Letter from the Editor in Chief Dennis McCarthy
GLOBAL DRAIN
High and Dry
The Editors
Running on Empty By Lester R. Brown
The Good, the Bad, and the Arid By David Hurlbut
Thirst for Growth By Jefferson G. Edgens
RESPONDING TO THE WATER CRISIS
Yankee Ingenuity
The Editors
Moving Beyond Crisis Management By Donald A. Wilhite
Mother Nature's Machine By Ronald N. Linsky
Western Groundwater Wars By Jeffrey S. Ashley and Zachary A. Smith
Life Support By John Cairns Jr.
Endangered Economies By James V. Hanson
SUPPLY AND DEMAND
Liquid Currency The Editors
Water Marketing: Obstacles and Opportunities By Kenneth D. Frederick
Water Policy Adrift By A. Dan Tarlock
Trading on Water By Suzie Greenhalgh and Paul Faeth
Treading Political Water By David Lewis Feldman
Water Vision 2001 By Earl Blumenauer
WATERSHED EVENTS
Pioneering Solutions
The Editors
Of Time and the River By Angus Duncan
Saving the Chesapeake By Geoff Oxnam and John Page Williams
A River Runs through It By Jack Davis, R. Hurst, M. Goranflo Jr., and A. Whitlock
INSIGHTS
Overcoming the Myths of the North By Christopher Hamlin
DIALOGUE
Natural Values By Peter M. Senge
The Future of Aging By Eugene Steuerle
Moving On By Charles F. Longino, Jr.
The Rural Health Care Divide By Andrew F. Coburn
Targeting Research By Joseph F. Sheley
Disarming Canada By Gary Mauser
 

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