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Volume 3, Issue 7

BIBLIOGRAPHY: Dry Days Down Under: Australia and the World Water Crisis

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Suggestions for Further Reading

Australian Broadcasting Corporation, “Fire, Flood, and Acid Mud,”   (March 8, 2010).

Australian Broadcasting Corporation, “Drought Culprit,”   (March 8, 2010).

Australian Bureau of Statistics,  (March 8, 2010).

Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology,   (March 8, 2010).

Michael Cathcart, The Water Dreamers: The Remarkable History of Our Dry Continent (Melbourne, 2009).

Matthew Cawood, “Going, Going, … Gone,” Geographical (August 2007): 48-57.

Robert Draper, “Australia’s Dry Run,” National Geographic (April 2009): 35-59.

Ernestine Hill, Water into Gold (Melbourne, 1937).

Ion L. Idriess, The Great Boomerang (Sydney, 1942).

Michael McKernan, Drought: The Red Marauder (Crows Nest, NSW, 2005).

J. M. Powell, Environmental Management in Australia, 1788-1914: Guardians, Improvers, Profit (Melbourne, 1976).

J. M. Powell, Watering the Garden State: Water, Land and Community in Victoria, 1834-1988 (Sydney, 1989).

Fred Pearce, When the Rivers Run Dry: Water—The Defining Crisis of the twenty-first Century (Boston, (2006).

Paul Sinclair, The Murray: A River and its People (Melbourne, 2001).

Åsa Wahlquist, Thirsty Country: Options for Australia (Crows Nest, NSW, 2008).

Diane Raines Ward, Water Wars: Drought, Flood, Folly, and the Politics of Thirst (New York, 2002), esp. 124-151.

Ann Young, Environmental Change in Australia since 1788 (Melbourne, 2nd edition, 2000).

W. J. Young, ed.  Rivers as Ecological Systems: The Murray-Darling Basin (Canberra, 2001).

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