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In an email to AWRA, Matt Redmond, the deputy chief executive of the Boundary Commission for Wales, said: "The commission was asked in June, by the [Welsh Government's] Cabinet Secretary for Finance and Local Government, to prepare for and then conduct electoral reviews of the 22 principal councils of Wales in time for the 2022 local government elections.
Payton (1995), "Impacts of a Severe Sustained Drought on Colorado River Water Resources", Water Resources Bulletin, AWRA, vol.
Hardesty (1995), "Social Implications of Severe Sustained Drought: Case Studies in California and Colorado", Water Resources Bulletin, AWRA, vol.
1991), "A Risk-based Model for Drought Contingency Planning", Water Resources Bulletin, AWRA, vol.
Harding (1995), "Mitigating Impacts of a Severe Drought on Colorado River Water Resources", Water Resources Bulletin, AWRA, vol.
Founded in 1964 as a 501(c)(3) educational association with the purpose of providing a forum for communication among the numerous disciplines involved in water resources research and management, AWRA began with a 16-member board made up of directors representing all of the river basins throughout the United States.
Further, the research showed that AWRA was not unique in the difficulties it was experiencing with this governance structure.
First, as part of AWRA's overall strategic planning process, the association conducted a comprehensive membership survey to identify who the dues payers were, how they perceived AWRA, and what they wanted from the association.
Suggested Approach for Assessing Water Quality Impacts of Urban Stormwater Drainage," In: Symposium Proceedings on Urban Hydrology, American Water Resources Association Symposium, November 1990, AWRA Technical Publication Series TPS-91-4, AWRA, Bethesda, MD, 139-151 (1991).
The court may adjust the AWRs to fit both the AWRas and the cases, adjust the AWRas to fit both the AWRs and the cases, or adjust both the AWRs and the AWRas until the court reaches a justificatory or explanatory equilibrium.
What makes ARIL different from rule application is the abductive search for an AWR in a context of doubt about the rule, and the confirmation of that rule by reference to AWRas (as well as the search for any "disanalogy-warranting" rules and rationales(43)).
application of that AWR, and AWRas that might explain and justify