Location

UNLV Foundation Building, Blasco Event Wing

Start Date

1-4-2011 9:15 AM

End Date

1-4-2011 10:30 AM

Description

Panel Discussion: U.S.-Canada Transboundary Perspectives

Longest international border in the world: 8,890km, over 3,000km are water!

- Major transboundary river systems (Columbia, Red River)

- 1997 Red River Flood

- Strategies for future power and water needs

- Canadian resource-based economy

Keywords

Canada; Flood control; International relations ; United States; United States – Columbia River; United States – Red River of the North; Water-power; Water resources – Management; Water rights

Disciplines

Civil and Environmental Engineering | International Relations | Natural Resource Economics | Natural Resources Management and Policy | Oil, Gas, and Energy | Sustainability | Water Resource Management

Language

English

Comments

Moderator: David Rudolph, University of Waterloo

Consists of 11 PowerPoint slides

 
Apr 1st, 9:15 AM Apr 1st, 10:30 AM

Panel discussion presentation: Canada-U.S. transboundary perspectives

UNLV Foundation Building, Blasco Event Wing

Panel Discussion: U.S.-Canada Transboundary Perspectives

Longest international border in the world: 8,890km, over 3,000km are water!

- Major transboundary river systems (Columbia, Red River)

- 1997 Red River Flood

- Strategies for future power and water needs

- Canadian resource-based economy