2000 Editions (9)
Ken Hart on pools for model homes; Jeff Horvath on interactive water features; Bruce Zaretsky on the art of building walls; Kirk Chapman on creativity with pool finishes.
Mike Hersman on lighting design; Ken Macaire on faux-rock installations; Mike Gravenmeir on repairing cracks in concrete shells; Dan Andrews on glass mosaics.
Paul L’Heureux on international project management; Russell Penick on a multi-feature commercial project; Larry Long on steel cages; George Forni on installing and maintaining lakes.
April/May 2000 (Vol. 2, No. 4)
Bobbie Schwartz on controlling garden access; Rick Anderson on streambeds; Joe Esser on modular steel pools; Michael Nantz on watershapes and architecture.
June/July 2000 (Vol. 2, No. 5)
Mark Holden on the history of fountain design; Rick Bibbero on using special rocks; Skip Phillips on designing and building his own pool; Rick Anderson on making streams work.
David Tisherman on the power of rectangles; Steve Lucas on water shaping for tigers; Chris Wilson on using CAD in design; Paul Ryan & E.C. Medley on using upright structures.
September 2000 (Vol. 2, No. 7)
Keith Davitt on designing for small spaces; Erich Altvater on the importance of aeration; Curt Sraub on alternatives to litigation; Maria Hetzner on sheet falls.
Jim Lampl on classic pond/stream design principles; Barton Rubenstein on water in kinetic sculptures; Rick Anderson on detailing streams; Rodger Embury on artificial-rock panels.
November/December 2000 (Vol. 2, No. 9)
Helena Arahute on John Lautner and water shaping; Paul L’Heureux on adding height to laminar flows; a pictorial on global projects; Paul Benedetti on using global positioning technology.