A Theory of water use; a guide to resources  


Luna B. Leopold; University of California, Berkeley.

"The result is that ethos and equity are not part of the system. I wish to examine here the nature of the ethos and equity that I feel are needed to sustain the public interest in resource use."

A comprehensive page about water.

So how do we understand the hydrologic continuum?

How is technology used to divert water ?

A brief "overview" of subjects that describe hydrology.

When did different arguments replace the public trust doctine?

So waters are more than mere objective instruments?

Water is conceptualized in ways that affect us all.

Another way to see Leopold's two facets

Ways to further conceptualize water use

Hydrology seen as a convergence of places & means