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December 2009 (Vol. 11, No. 12)
Author Index, 2009; Article Topic Index, 2009; Column Indices, 2009; Supplier Directory; Product Table of Contents; Product Directory.
November 2009 (Vol. 11, No. 11)
Eric D. Groft on thinking locally in watershape design; Paolo Benedetti on setting skimmers for use with automatic covers; Sven Schunemann on the use of water's unique rhythms; and David Tisherman on a luxurious lap pool.
October 2009 (Vol. 11, No. 10)
Timothy Rumph on working in protected spaces; Jamison C. Ori on client expectations for greener designs; Bruce Kania on research into 'wetland effects'; and Aviram Muller with a call for greener approaches to watershaping.
September 2009 (Vol. 11, No. 9)
Ben Dozier & Michael Percy on a grand, wall-to-wall project; George Yoggy with an expert's perspective on concrete standards; Jim Wilder on a watershape fit for the stars; and Rick Driemeyer on the inspiration to be found in national parks.
August 2009 (Vol. 11, No. 8)
Bob Dews on a pond made for pool-style use; Paolo Benedetti on proper designs for surge tanks; Stefan Kanetis & David Stone on a watershape that becomes a deck; and Mark Holden & Jim Bucklin on an artful project with a rapid timeline.
July 2009 (Vol. 11, No. 7)
Rick Driemeyer on creating watershapes to attract wildlife; Matt Doolin & Paul Doolin on the art of ceramic tile; Bob Harper on salt for pools; and Randy Beard on a deceptively simple watershape in a sublime setting.
June 2009 (Vol. 11, No. 6)
Anthony Archer Wills on designing water sources; William N. Rowley on the processes of historic renovation; Paolo Benedetti on methods for hiding spaside controls; and William Bennett & Walter Williams on a high-flying (but cost-conscious) project.
May 2009 (Vol. 11, No. 5)
Dave Garton on watershapes as living works of art; William Drakeley on shotcrete applications; Steven N. Blair on the medical value of aquatic exercise; and Michael Nantz on challenging sites and quirky clients.
April 2009 (Vol. 11, No. 4)
Bob Dews on front-yard waterfeatures; Paolo Benedetti on working with incompetent soil; Matt Wilson on the potential of artificial stone; and Sheri & Roger Soares II on using water in transit in special spaces.
March 2009 (Vol 11, No. 3)
Rick Laughlin on applying life's lessons in design; Paolo Benedetti on hiding deck-construction joints; Simon Gardiner on new technologies for animating fountains; and Kathy Marosz on concluding an elaborate, multi-year project.
February 2009 (Vol. 11, No. 2)
Michael Batchelor & Andrey Berezowsky on glass sculptures and water; Kirk Butler on a stone supplier's role in the creative process; Giorgos Eptaimeros on a small-scale backyard waterpark; and David Tisherman on colors, textures and visual impressions.
January 2009 (Vol. 11, No. 1)
James Atlas on completing a massive, multi-year project; Ed Beaulieu on rainwater harvesting; Aviram Muller on devising fountains for a Las Vegas show.