- Foreword. Acknowledgements. Authors.
- Part I: Developing the Framework. 1: Understanding `Success'. 2: Review of Past Efforts to Define and Evaluate Success; with C.J.A. Beck. 3: Comparative Case Analysis: Developing and Applying Methods.
- Part II: Sample Cases. 4: The Mono Lake Case; K. Mazaika. 5: The Pyramid Lake Case; E. McCandless. 6: The Pecos River Case; A. Hanada, L. Hancock. 7: The Snowmass Creek Case; K. Crandall.
- Part III: Comparing the Cases; Testing the Framework. 8: Patterns in Environmental Conflict Resolution: Comparisons Across Cases. 9: Evaluating Criteria for Success. 10: Reflections on Resolving Water Conflicts.
- Appendix A: GUIDEBOOK for Analyzing Success in Conflict Resolution Cases.
- Appendix B: Federal Policies Affecting Environmental Conflict Resolution; K. Mazaika.
- Appendix C: Applying the Economic and Financial Criteria.
- References. Index.
This thoughtful reference identifies, applies, and evaluates criteria to define success in complex multi-party natural resource disputes. The authors examine 28 "success" criteria from many angles, present a method for systematically considering all the elements necessary for successful environmental CR, and then apply this analytic framework to eight specific western U.S. water conflicts.
Main code should be Conflict Resolution
Is a textbook for university courses in conflict resolution, negotiation and conflict management, peace studies, creative problem solving, and global peace. These courses are taught in schools of public policy, environmental studies, and international relations
Uses environmental examples from the American Southwest to teach how to evaluate the outcomes of many different kinds of conflict resolution
Appendix A is a unique teaching tool that provides detailed instructions for case documentation and analysis