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December 2008 (Vol. 10, No. 12)
Ten-year (1999-2008) article and topic indexes; ten-year (1999-2008) indexes for all columns; Resource Directory, with Supplier Directory, Product Table of Contents and Product Directory.

November 2008 (Vol. 10, No. 11)
Anthony Archer Wills on shaping formal ponds; Franco D'Ascanio on building for fun in the Florida Keys; David Tisherman on modern watershaping in an Old World style; and a Commentary from Ray Cronise on the use of drains in pools.

October 2008 (Vol. 10, No. 10)
Kirk Bianchi on blending water with desert architecture; William N. Rowley & Greg Cannon on revitailizing a neighborhood pool; John Gilbert Luebtow on making statements in glass and water; Robert Nonemaker on the watershapes at Longwood Gardens.

September 2008 (Vol. 10, No. 9)
Scott Murase on watershapes for a slender park; Alan Smith on the wonders of white plaster; Adrian R. Coles on garden accents and architectural features; Martin Mosko on shaping a high-altitude paradise.

August 2008 (Vol. 10, No. 8)
Josh Katz on a vinyl-liner lazy river; Larry Paulick on a country-club's waterfeatures; David Whiteis on generating bubble rings; Colleen Holmes on doing a big front-yard project in a hurry.

July 2008 (Vol. 10, No. 7)
Randy Beard on water and sculpture; Bruce Becker on getting people into pools; Ed Beaulieu on ponds at Epcot; Kathy Marosz on large-scale residential hydraulics.

June 2008 (Vol. 10, No. 6)
The Joseph McCloskey Prizes for Anthony Archer Wills, William N. Rowley and David Tisherman; revisiting 20 previously published projects that define The Platinum Standard in watershaping.

May 2008 (Vol. 10, No. 5)
William Bennett & Walter Williams on an angular perimeter-overflow pool; Patricia Soto on a grand community pool complex; Ben Dozier on fusing diverse styles.

April 2008 (Vol. 10, No. 4)
Kathy Marosz on keeping up with a creative client; Robert Nonemaker on using rills; Perry Wood, Mark Baker & Travis Tuck on harmonizing a community with nature.

March 2008 (Vol. 10, No. 3)
Randy Beard on creating a watery playground; Greg Danskin on an architect's perspective of watershaping; Anne Gunn on the power of watershaping; Steve Sandalis on realizing a client's vision.

February 2008 (Vol. 10, No. 2)
Steve Mann on making music with water; Mike Gambino on lighting technology; James Atlas on early stages of a massive project.

January 2008 (Vol. 10, No. 1)
Jason Fragomeni on reviving a 1920s pool; Barbara Goldstein on swimming for health; Rainer Grafinger on 'natural' pools; Rick Driemeyer on intensely personalized design.