This casenote begins with an overview of water law in Washington. The overview is followed by a description of the Hubbard case, which considered the meaning of "significant hydraulic continuity." Finally, an approach is suggested for meeting the dual goals of conjunctive management to protect the environment and existing rights while maximizing utilization of the state\'s water resources.
University of New Mexico School of Law
Minier, Jeffrie. "Conjunctive Management of Stream-Aquifer Water Rights; The Hubbard Decision." (2000). http://digitalrepository.unm.edu/law_studentscholarship/17