1968 Wisconsin Law Review 673 (1968)
The availability of a water supply is of vital concern to industry. This availability may be affected as much by the applicable legal doctrine as by the accessibility of an adequate water supply. Professor Plager explores the two major riparian doctrines that apply to surface water supplies: "natural flow" and "reasonable use." He concludes that, although the theoretical differences between the two doctrines are often blurred, practical differences are present.
Plager, Sheldon J., "Some Observations on the Law of Water Allocation as a Variable in Industrial Site Location" (1968). Articles by Maurer Faculty. 1127.