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Considers Mexico’s evolving water management framework—including the factors of integrated planning and management, decentralization of decision making, and privatization of services—and includes a case study of the Yaqui River in Sonora.
Scott, C.A., and J.M. Banister. 2008. The dilemma of water management regionalization in Mexico under centralized resource allocation. International Journal of Water Resources Development 24(1):61-74. [pdf]