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Fisheries Management. Oil Pollution. AB Increasing urban and environmental demands for water have led to widespread calls for reform of the existing water allocation system in California. The major interest groups, agricultural water users, urban water agencies and environmental groups, are negotiating over policy reform packages in a non-cooperative, multilateral setting. In this paper we advance a new framework for noncooperative, multilateral bargaining that can be used to conceptualize thedoi:10.1017/s0951007900004149 fatcat:enpbondewbgibkktwlz63dd6lm