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Where rivers meet the sea : the political ecology of water
Stephanie C. Kane.
Table of Contents
Introduction -- Salvador de Bahia, Brazil. Sense and science at the Lake of Dark Waters -- Dune shenanigans and rebellious festival memories -- Of sewage, sacrifice, and sacred springs -- Coda : The assassination of Antonio Conceição Reis -- Buenos Aires, Argentina. Water history, water activism -- Iconic bridges of La Boca and Madero (dereliction as opportunity) -- Neighbors fight to reverse eco-blind engineering in Tigre Delta -- Convergent protest from the provinces : hydroelectricity + gold-mining = water predation -- Conclusion.