13 Land and Water Law Review 391 (1978)
The increased interest in the development of geothermal resources has given rise to the need for the formulation of a legal framework in which this development can be carried out. In this article, Mr. Olpin and Professor Tarlock analyze the proper relationship between western water law and geothermal resources development. They present an argument against the blanket application of western water law and propose a means of accommodating geothermal resources development with the protection of conventional water users.
Tarlock, A. Dan and Olpin, Owen, "Water That Is Not Water" (1978). Articles by Maurer Faculty. 2387.