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Professor Robison's Publications


Ramsey L. Kropf & Jason A. Robison, Wyoming’s Big Horn General Stream Adjudication, 1977-2014, 15 Wyoming Law Review __ (forthcoming 2015)

Jason A. Robison, Climate Change & Allocation Institutions in the Colorado River Basin, in Western Water Policy and Planning in a Variable and Changing Climate (forthcoming 2015).

Jason A. Robison, Colorado River in Southern California: Evolution of the Allocation Framework, 1922-2014 (forthcoming 2015) (invited paper for Western History Association 2014 conference)

Jason Robison et al., Challenge and Response in the Colorado River Basin, 16 Water Policy 12 (2014). IWA Online

Jason A. Robison & Lawrence J. MacDonnell, Arizona v. California & the Colorado River Compact: Fifty Years Ago, Fifty Years Ahead, 4 Arizona Journal of Environmental Law and Policy 130 (2014). SSRN | Lexis | Westlaw

Jason A. Robison & Douglas S. Kenney, Equity and the Colorado River Compact, 42 Environmental Law 1157 (2012). Hein Online | Westlaw | Lexis

Jason A. Robison, A Compact in and of Itself, Book Review of Norris Hundley, Jr., Water and the West: The Colorado River Compact and the Politics of Water in the American West (2d ed. 2009), H-Net (September 2010). H-Net

Jason A. Robison, Shaping Oregon Climate Policy in Light of the Kyoto Protocol, 21 Journal of Environmental Law and Litigation 207 (2006). Hein Online | Lexis | Westlaw


Arizona v. California: Its Meaning & Significance for the Colorado River & Beyond After 50 Years (JLawrence J. MacDonnell & Jason A. Robison eds. forthcoming 2014).


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