In Nebraska, our measure of wealth is primarily in terms of water and soil, and the proper use and conservation of these resources is certain to assure us of prosperity now and for the future. This article is concerned with but one part of these resources—ground water. It can hardly be called, in the legal sense, a legal article, but it is hoped that that portion of the article setting forth a layman's explanation of the existing hydrologic and geologic conditions in Nebraska will be pertinent to the lawyer or legislator who is concerned with any aspect of the law dealing with ground water, and that that portion dealing with the experiences of other states will be pertinent to any person concerned with laws regulating ground water.
Philip C. Sorenson,
Ground Water—The Problems of Conservation and Interferences,
42 Neb. L. Rev. 765
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