Skagit River-High Ross Dam Controversy: A Case Study of a Canadian-U.S. Transboundary Conflict and Negotiated Resolution

The Skagit-High Ross issue became a problem of a search for a resolution to the conflict between Seattle's entitlement to the High Ross energy via British Columbia's previous contract commitments while accommodating the newly emerged political goal to prevent further flooding of the transboundary Skagit Valley.

Skagit River-High Ross Dam Controversy: A Case Study of a
Canadian-U.S. Transboundary Conflict and Negotiated Resolution

by
JACQUELINE KROLOPP KIRN, 1987

Categories: Education, Watershed Integrity, History