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Border Crossing
Volume 4 Number 5 September/October 2005

While rivers and other water bodies often influence the drawing of political boundaries, the laws of hydrology do not heed such limits. Water quality and quantity issues, related to both groundwater and surface water, extend across the U.S./Mexico border, and are exacerbated by growing populations and drought. Groups from both sides have been working together at local, state, and federal levels to address these issues. From sharing data, to establishing monitoring programs, creating management plans, donating equipment, and training workers, this issue’s feature articles illustrate many examples of cross-border collaboration.

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