Volume 3, Issue 7
BIBLIOGRAPHY: Dry Days Down Under: Australia and the World Water Crisis
Suggestions for Further Reading
Australian Broadcasting Corporation, “Drought Culprit,” http://www.abc.net.au/catalyst/stories/2583329.htm (March 8, 2010).
Australian Bureau of Statistics, http://www.abs.gov.au/ausstats/abs@.nsf/7d12b0f6763c78caca257061001cc588/0A4B8927D1D2015FCA2573D20010658A?opendocument (March 8, 2010).
Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology, http://www.bom.gov.au/ (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).