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Book Title: Acquiring, Using, and Protecting Water in Colorado, Revised Edition
Author: The Law Firm of Trout, Raley, Montano, Witwer & Freeman, PC
Publisher: Bradford Publishing Co.
Publication Date: 2004
Page Count: 324 Pages
Trim Size: 7x10
Format: Softcover
ISBN: 978-1-932779-62-2
 
About the Book:
Acquiring, Using, and Protecting Water in Colorado covers all aspects of water rights and water quality relevant to Colorado water users. In it you will find information on basic and complex water law issues, regulatory concerns, and future trends.
 
The book discusses the distribution, beneficial use, and conservation of water, as well as environmental issues and business aspects related to acquiring, using, and protecting water rights in Colorado.
 
More than just a general overview, this book is a one-stop resource that contains many citations to Colorado and federal statutes and Colorado water law cases. It also covers the sections of the Colorado Constitution that are devoted to water and its use.
 
The Revised Edition includes these new and expanded topics:
- “Water myths” - Common misunderstandings about Colorado water law
- Precipitation harvesting
- Non-tributary ground water produced during oil and gas extraction
- Temporary water use agreements
- Conservation easements for water rights
- Interstate compacts
- Recreational in-channel diversion water rights and legislation
- Water supply planning considerations and standards for appropriating new water rights
- Adverse possession of water rights
- Federal regulatory issues under Clean Water Act
- Emerging state and federal regulation issues
 
It also has an appendix that contains a glossary of terms, conversion tables for water quantities and rates, and listings of water organizations that include federal, state, and local agencies.
 
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Table of Contents
Acquiring, Using, and Protecting Water in Colorado
 
SECTION ONE: OVERVIEW 
Chapter 1: Basic Water Law
 
SECTION TWO: ACQUIRING WATER
 
Chapter 2: How Much Water Do You Need?
Chapter 3: Securing New Surface Water Rights
Chapter 4: Securing New Ground Water Rights
Chapter 5: Purchasing Existing Water Supplies
Chapter 6: Temporary Use Agreements
Chapter 7: Condemnation of Water Rights and Related Interests
Chapter 8: Water Facility and Water Right Acquistion Funding
 
SECTION THREE: USING WATER
 
Chapter 9: Administration of the Priority System
Chapter 10: Water Facilities
 
Chapter 11: Changes of Water Rights, Plans for Augmentation, and Exchanges
 
Chapter 12: Regulatory Concerns
 
Chapter 13: Municipal Water Conservation Programs
 
Chapter 14: Water Agencies
Chapter 15: Interstate Allocation Issues
Chapter 16: Water Organizations
 
SECTION FOUR: PROTECTING WATER
 
Chapter 17: Protecting Water Rights
 
Chapter 18: Conservation Easements
Chapter 19:Water Right Taxation
 
SECTION FIVE: LOOKING TO THE FUTURE
Chapter 20: Emerging Issues
 
APPENDICES (resources for water professionals)
Glossary
 
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Table of Contents
Acquiring, Using, and Protecting Water in Colorado
 
SECTION ONE: OVERVIEW 
Chapter 1: Basic Water Law
 
SECTION TWO: ACQUIRING WATER
 
Chapter 2: How Much Water Do You Need?
Chapter 3: Securing New Surface Water Rights
Chapter 4: Securing New Ground Water Rights
Chapter 5: Purchasing Existing Water Supplies
Chapter 6: Temporary Use Agreements
Chapter 7: Condemnation of Water Rights and Related Interests
Chapter 8: Water Facility and Water Right Acquistion Funding
 
SECTION THREE: USING WATER
 
Chapter 9: Administration of the Priority System
Chapter 10: Water Facilities
 
Chapter 11: Changes of Water Rights, Plans for Augmentation, and Exchanges
 
Chapter 12: Regulatory Concerns
 
Chapter 13: Municipal Water Conservation Programs
 
Chapter 14: Water Agencies
Chapter 15: Interstate Allocation Issues
Chapter 16: Water Organizations
 
SECTION FOUR: PROTECTING WATER
 
Chapter 17: Protecting Water Rights
 
Chapter 18: Conservation Easements
Chapter 19:Water Right Taxation
 
SECTION FIVE: LOOKING TO THE FUTURE
Chapter 20: Emerging Issues
 
APPENDICES (resources for water professionals)
Glossary
 
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