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1 Lecture Seminar Introduction: Learning the Material / Disciplinary Grounding: "Getting to Know"
2 Lecture The Big Picture: Competition between Nature and Society
3 Lecture M1a: Water Cycle: Physics of Water Systems
4 Lecture M1a: Multiple Means for Water
5 Lecture M1a: Multi-causal Explanation of Water Problems/Conflicts
6 Lecture M1a: Principles of Negotiation: Four Stages of Mutual Gains Approach Applied to Water
7 Lecture M1a: Water Resources as a "System"
8 Lecture M1b: Water as a Legal Concept
9 Lecture M1b: Economics and Politics of Water Systems: Emphasize C and I; What are the institutions?
10 Lecture M1b: Historical Development of Water Law
11 Lecture M1b: American Domestic Water Law with Case Examples
12 Lecture M1b: International Law and the Nature and Structure of Treaties
13 Lecture M1b: Principles of Negotiation: Four Stages of Mutual Gains Approach Applied to Water
14 Lecture M1b: Principles of Negotiation: Application to Water Issues in the Context of Multiple Issues
15 Lecture M1b: What Constitutes Success in a Water Negotiation? Examples
16 Lecture M2: Discuss Interactions Between Nature and Society
17 Lecture M2: Discuss Interactions Between Nature and Society: Introduce AFC Basin Case
18 Lecture Development of a Case Study Methodology: Individual Assessment of ACF Basin Case
19 Lecture Individual (Group?) Assessment of ACF Basin Case
20 Lecture ACF Case and Long River Simulation
21 Lecture Long River Simulation
22 Lecture Integrated Water Systems Agreements: The Rhine
23 Lecture Discussion of Long River Simulation / Preparation for Next Simulation
24 Lecture Economics of Water: Meeting Multiple Interests
25 Lecture Nature and Society: Formulate and Frame Questions
26 Lecture Negotiation Simulation ? Pablo-Burford
27 Lecture Group Assessment of Pablo-Burford Simulation and "Making Sense of It All"
28 Lecture "Making Sense of It All" and Group Discussion
29 Lecture Summary of What We Have Learned