My research interests broadly address water and environmental issues. Most recently, I have been exploring pharmaceutical contamination of fresh water supplies, international bulk water transfers, climate change implications for global water resources, and international law for transboundary ground water resources.
- LL.M. in International Environmental Law, American University - (Washington D.C., District of Columbia, United States) 1997
- J.D. in , American University - (Washington D.C., District of Columbia, United States) 1995
- M.S. in International Affairs, Florida State University - (Tallahassee, Florida, United States) 1992
- B.A. in International Relations, and Geology, Kent State University - (Kent, Ohio, United States) 1989
- Eckstein, G., D'Andrea, A., Marshall, V., O'Donnell, E., Talbot-Jones, J., Curran, D., & O'Bryan, K. (2019). Conferring legal personality on the world's rivers: A brief intellectual assessment. WATER INTERNATIONAL. 44(6-7), 804-829.
- Eckstein, G. (2019). Letter from the IWRA President. WATER INTERNATIONAL. 44(1), 1-2.
- Sanchez, R., & Eckstein, G. (2019). The path towards groundwater management in the borderlands of Mexico and Texas. WILEY INTERDISCIPLINARY REVIEWS-WATER. 7(1),
- Sanchez, R., & Eckstein, G. (2017). Aquifers Shared Between Mexico and the United States: Management Perspectives and Their Transboundary Nature. GROUND WATER. 55(4), 495-505.
- Eckstein, G. (2017). The International Law of Transboundary Groundwater Resources.