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- Larson, Kelli L., et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Society & natural resources 2013 v.26 no.3 pp. 356-364
- cities; climate; climate change; drought; land use; managers; planning; politics; surveys; water management; water supply; Arizona; Oregon
- ... Increasing evidence demonstrates that unsustainable land use practices result in human-induced drought conditions, and inadequate water supplies constrain land development in growing cities. Nonetheless, organizational barriers impair coordinated land and water management. Land planning is strongly influenced by political realities and interest groups, while water management is focused on the sing ...