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20.3 Additional reading

Brels S, Coates D and Loures F, Transboundary Water Resources Management: the role of international watercourse agreements in implementation of CBD (CBD 2008).Brunnée J and Toope SJ, ‘Environmental Security and Freshwater Resources: Ecosystem Regime Building’, (1997) 91 American Journal of International Law 26.Brunnée J and Toope SJ, ‘Environmental Security and Freshwater Resources: A Case for International Ecosystem Law’ in Yearbook of International Environmental Law (Oxford University Press 2004).Dyson M, Bergkamp G and Scanlon J (eds.), Flow – The essentials of environmental flows (2nd Ed, IUCN 2008).

ILC, ‘Draft Articles on the Law of the Non-Navigational Uses of International Watercourses’, UN Doc A/CN.4/L.493 and Add.1 and 2, 118-121.

McCaffrey SC, The Law of International Watercourses (2nd edn, Oxford University Press 2007), 446-463.

McIntyre O, Environmental Protection of International Watercourses under International Law (Ashgate 2007).

Sadoff C, Greiber T, Smith M and Bergkamp, G, Share – Managing Water Across Boundaries (IUCN 2008).

Tanzi A and Arcari M, The United Nations Convention on the Law of International Watercourses (Kluwer Law International 2001), 237-245.

Tarlock D, ‘Ecosystems’ in Bodansky D, Brunnée J and Hey E, The Oxford Handbook of International Environmental Law (Oxford 2007).

Tarlock D, ‘Ecosystem Services in the Klamath Basin: Battlefield Causalities or the Future?’ (2007) Journal of Land Use 207.

Tarlock D, ‘International Water Law and the Protection of River Ecosystem Integrity’ (1996) 10 Brigham Young University Journal of Public Law 181.

UNECE, Guidelines on the Ecosystem Approach in Water Management, <…7> accessed 30 April 2012.

UNECE, Recommendations on Payments for Ecosystem Services in Integrated Water Resources Management <…> accessed 30 April 2012.

UNEP, The Greening of Water Law – Managing Freshwater Resources for People and the Environment (UNEP 2010), 58-63.

Utton AE and J Utton, ‘The International Law of Minimum Stream Flows’ (1999) 10 Colorado Journal of International Law and Policy 7.

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