Originally published in 1987, this is a collection of articles on Transboundary Resources Law. From the preface: “Migratory transboundary resources by their nature of being divided by political boundaries raise unusual challenges to their prudent use and development, and the avoidance of disputes over their use. One only has to recall examples, s
Table of Contents
Preface -- Patterns of Cooperation in International Water Law: Principles and Institutions -- Transboundary Toxic Pollution and the Drainage Basin Concept -- The Protection of the Rhine Against Pollution -- Shared Natural Resources in the European Economic Community Legislation† -- The Electromagnetic Spectrum: A Critical Natural Resource -- Equity and the International Management of Transboundary Resources -- Settlement of Public International Disputes on Shared Resources: Elements of a Comparative Study of International Instruments† -- The Ixtapa Draft Agreement Relating to the Use of Transboundary Groundwaters† -- Transboundary Resources: A View From Mexico† -- On an Institutional Arrangement for Developing Oil and Gas in the Gulf of Mexico -- The International Law of Submarine Transboundary Hydrocarbon Resources: Legal Limits to Behavior and Experiences in the Gulf of Mexico -- International Control of CrossMedia Pollution—An Ecosystem Approach
The Utton Transboundary Resources Center was established at the University of New Mexico School of Law to carry on the work of the late Professor Albert E. Utton (1931-1998) related to transboundary resource issues.