Water Law

 
 
CRC Press
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  • erschienen am 26. August 2020
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  • 304 Seiten
 
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This revised second edition is essential to everyone involved with water and water resources-complying with the myriad federal, state, and local laws and regulations that govern the use and management of water in our attempts to maintain, clean, usable water. It includes the law of water diversion and distribution; water resources development and protection; water treatment and land use; ocean dumping; oil and hazardous substances cleanup; riparian and non-riparian systems; Eastern permit systems; beneficial use; water codes; prior appropriation; surface and ground water; channel modifications; municipal water supply; irrigation; California Water Management Districts; Bureau of Reclamation; Corps of Engineers; Water Resources Development Act of 1986; SCS, TVA, BPA, NEA, CERCLA, CWA, SDWA, RCRA, and their substantial changes in the last four years; water resources planning and research; public use; ownership of beds and banks; wild and scenic rivers; river corridor and instream flow protection; flood insurance, Section 404 and Section 208; the Supreme Court and water conservation; heat dischargers; quality-based effluent limitations; state ground water programs; pretreatment; funding; enforcement; citizen suits; and many more vital topics.
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A graduate of Yale Law School, William Goldfarb is Professor of Environmental Law at Cook College, Rutgers University, the State University of New Jersey, and is the regular "Litigation and Legislation" columnist and Law Contributing Editor of Water Resources Bulletin, journal of the American Water Resources Association. Goldfarb taught environmental law courses for engineering and science students at Stevens Institute of Technology from 1970 until 1974, when he became Professor of Environmental Law at Rutgers. He now teaches environmental and water law courses to graduate and undergraduate students mainly in engineering, science, planning, and natural resources management. He also participates in multidisciplinary water resources research teams. Earlier, the author practiced corporate law in New York City, earned a doctorate in English and comparative literature from Columbia University, and taught in that field several years. As a longtime special consultant to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, he drafted many of the water pollution control laws for that state. He has also served on the New Jersey Governor's Science Advisory Committee and as president of the New Jersey Environmental Lobby. In addition to the book Water Law, Dr. Goldfarb has written numerous articles and book chapters on various aspects of environmental law.
Acknowledgments -- Purpose and Scope of This Book -- INTRODUCTION: Water Law in Context -- What Do We Mean by Law? -- Law and Science Uses of Water -- Water Resource Management What Is Water Law? -- What Is a Water Right? -- References for Introduction -- Part I THE LAW OF WATER DIVERSION AND DISTRIBUTION -- 1. Legal Classification of Water -- Surface Water Categories -- Groundwater Categories -- Other Categories -- 2. Water Diversion Doctrines: The Riparian System -- What Is Riparian Land? -- Which Uses by a Riparian Are Permissible? -- Which Uses by a Nonriparian Are Permissible? -- Evaluation of Riparianism -- 3. Water Diversion Doctrines: -- Eastern Permit Systems -- Permit and Registration Requirements -- Included Waters and Uses -- Allocation of Water -- Flexibility versus Security -- Evaluation of Eastern Permit Systems -- 4. Water Diversion Doctrines: Prior Appropriation -- Appropriationism and Riparianism -- Beneficial Use -- Water Codes -- Classes of Water -- Evaluation of Appropriationism -- 5. Groundwater Doctrines and Problems -- Absolute Ownership -- Reasonable Use -- Restatement Rule -- Correlative Rights -- Prior Appropriation -- Management Systems -- 6. Federal and Federal-State Diversion Law -- Federal Reserved Rights -- Federal Regulatory Water Rights -- Interstate Waterways -- International Waterways -- 7. Interbasin and Interstate Transfers -- Major Interbasin Transfers -- State Antiexportation Statutes -- 8. Drainage Law -- Drainage of Diffused Surface Water -- Groundwater Drainage Drainage of Watercourse Overflow -- (Channel Modifications) -- 9. Water Distribution Organizations -- Municipal Water Supply Organizations -- Irrigation Organizations -- California's Water Management Districts -- References for Part I -- Part II WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT AND PROTECTION -- 10. The Federal Government as Project Developer -- Bureau of Reclamation -- Army Corps of Engineers -- The Water Resources Development Act of 1986 -- Soil Conservation Service Tennessee Valley -- Authority Bonneville Power Administration -- 11. The Federal Government as Project Licensor -- Nuclear Regulatory Commission -- Federal Energy Regulatory Commission -- Army Corps of Engineers -- 12. Comprehensive Water Resources -- Planning and Research -- Water Resources Planning -- Water Resources Research -- 13. Limitations on Federal Development and Licensing -- Major Environmental Protection Statutes -- Other Limiting Statutes and Orders -- References for Part II -- Part III NONTRANSFORMATIONAL USES: -- Uses That Do Not Change the Waterbody -- 14. The Public Trust Doctrine -- 15. Public Use of Waterbodies -- Public Use: Ownership of Beds and Banks Public Access -- 16. Use of Lakes -- Artificial Lakes -- 17. Use of Rivers and Streams -- Wild and Scenic Rivers Protection -- River Corridor Protection -- Instream Flow Protection -- Competing Nontransformational Uses -- 18. Federal Outdoor Recreation Programs -- 19. Floodplains Protection -- The National Flood Insurance Program State Floodplain Regulation -- 20. Wetlands Protection -- State and Federal Programs Section 404 -- 21. Weather Modification -- 22. Acid Precipitation Prevention -- 23. Conservation and Reuse -- Agricultural Water Conservation -- Municipal Water Conservation -- The Supreme Court and Water Conservation -- References for Part III -- Part IV WATER TREATMENT AND LAND USE -- 24. The Clean Water Act: Introduction -- 25. The Clean Water Act: Goals and Policies -- 26. The Clean Water Act: Antidegradation -- and Attainability Antidegradation Attainability -- 27. The Clean Water Act: Industrial Point -- Source Dischargers -- Phase I -- Phase II -- Heat Dischargers -- Prohibited Pollutants -- Water Quality-Based Effluent Limitations -- Federal Floors and State Ceilings -- New Concepts in Industrial Point Source Control -- 28. The Clean Water Act: Municipal Effluent Limitations -- 29. The Clean Water Act: Federal Subsidies for POTW Construction Construction Grants Program -- Grants for State Revolving Funds -- Evaluation of Municipal Point Source Control Program -- 30. The Clean Water Act: Industrial Pretreatment -- National Pretreatment Standards -- Local Pretreatment Programs -- 31. The Clean Water Act: National Pollutant -- Discharge Elimination System -- 32. The Clean Water Act: Enforcement -- Governmental Enforcement Remedies -- Citizen Suits -- EPA Enforcement -- 33.The Clean Water Act: Interstate Water Pollution -- Interstate Water Pollution Control Compacts -- Interstate Permitting and Enforcement -- 34. The Clean Water Act: Nonpoint Source Control -- Section 208 -- The 1987 Amendments -- 35. The Clean Water Act: 208 Point Source Planning -- Industrial Point Source Planning -- POTW Planning -- 36. Ocean Disposal of Waste -- Ocean Discharge Criteria -- Ocean Dumping -- 37. Groundwater Protection -- EPA Groundwater Protection Strategy -- Federal Statutory Programs -- State Groundwater Protection Programs -- 38. Oil and Hazardous Substances Cleanup -- Oil and Hazardous Substances Spills -- CERCLA and Hazardous Wastes -- State Spill Statutes -- 39. Drinking Water Protection -- Safe Drinking Water Act -- Saline Water Conversion -- 40. The Common Law and Water Quality -- 41. Regional Land-Use Controls -- Adirondack Park Agency Environmental Land and Water Management Act -- Lake Tahoe Regional Planning Agency -- Watershed Management -- References for Part IV -- Part V MEDIATION OF WATER RESOURCES DISPUTES -- Glossary of Acronyms -- Index.

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