The following Case Studies are adapted from:

Wolf, Aaron T. and Joshua T. Newton. 2008. "Case Studies of Transboundary Dispute Resolution." Appendix C in, Delli Priscoli, Jerry and Aaron T. Wolf. Managing and Transforming Water Conflicts. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

The purpose of the case studies are to review the literature on water disputes and related water treaties to gain an understanding of why previous and current disputes over water have occurred and to seek out lessons to be learned in preventing similar future disputes. This work focuses on transboundary freshwaters. The case studies accessible below are summaries of the processes of conflict resolution are offered here for comparative purposes. PDFs of each case study are below; the maps can found in the Map and Image Gallery. 

International River Basins

Africa
Nile
Senegal

Asia
Euphrates-Tigris
Ganges
Indus
Jordan (including West Bank aquifers)
Kura-Araks
Mekong
Middle East
Salween

Europe
Danube 

South America
La Plata

Aquifer Systems

Guarani aquifer 
US-Mexico aquifers 
West Bank aquifers (included with Jordan watershed) 

Lakes

Aral Sea 
Great Lakes 
Lake Titicaca 

Engineering Works

Lesotho Highlands Project

Subject Case Studies

River Basins Organizations 
International Water Pricing