Information for "A Salty Affair: An Analysis of U.S. – Mexico Water Diplomacy in the Colorado River"


Jump to: navigation, search

Basic information

Display titleA Salty Affair: An Analysis of U.S. – Mexico Water Diplomacy in the Colorado River
Default sort keyA Salty Affair: An Analysis of U.S. – Mexico Water Diplomacy in the Colorado River
Page length (in bytes)31,870
Page ID2318
Page content languageEnglish (en)
Page content modelwikitext
Indexing by robotsAllowed
Number of views3,740
Number of redirects to this page0
Counted as a content pageYes

Page protection

EditAllow all users
MoveAllow all users

Edit history

Page creatorJimena SG (Talk | contribs)
Date of page creation19:53, 23 May 2017
Latest editorAmanda (Talk | contribs)
Date of latest edit22:02, 7 June 2017
Total number of edits41
Total number of distinct authors2
Recent number of edits (within past 91 days)0
Recent number of distinct authors0

Page properties

Magic word (1)
  • __NOEDITSECTION__
Transcluded templates (7)

Templates used on this page:

Facts about "A Salty Affair: An Analysis of U.S. – Mexico Water Diplomacy in the Colorado River"RDF feed
Area3,500 km² (1,351.35 mi²) +
ClimateArid/desert (Köppen B-type) +
Geolocation32° 37' 28.34", -115° 27' 8.1443"Latitude: 32.6245389
Longitude: -115.4522623
+
IssueThe deterioration of water quantity and quality flowiníg into Mexico along the Colorado river following the inauguración of the Wellton-Mohawk project. +, The bottom problem (inadequate drainage) was never addressed. With time, this situation plus the introduction of water from the Colorado River led to waterlogging farmlands. + and Mexico could not utilize these water for irrigation purposes and was forced to allow it flow directly to the sea. +
Key QuestionHow does asymmetry of power influence water negotiations and how can the negative effects be mitigated? + and What mechanisms beyond simple allocation can be incorporated into transboundary water agreements to add value and facilitate resolution? +
Land Useagricultural- cropland and pasture + and agricultural- confined livestock operations +
NSPDWater Quantity +, Water Quality +, Ecosystems +, Governance + and Assets +
Population281,333,000 million +
Stakeholder TypeFederated state/territorial/provincial government +, Sovereign state/national/federal government +, Local Government +, Non-legislative governmental agency +, Environmental interest +, Industry/Corporate Interest +, Development/humanitarian interest + and Community or organized citizens +
Topic TagSalinity of the Colorado River; water conflicts between the U.S. and Mexico +
Water UseAgriculture or Irrigation +, Domestic/Urban Supply + and Other Ecological Services +
Has subobjectThis property is a special property in this wiki.A Salty Affair: An Analysis of U.S. – Mexico Water Diplomacy in the Colorado River + and A Salty Affair: An Analysis of U.S. – Mexico Water Diplomacy in the Colorado River +