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Cost of consumption : an analysis of the heterogeneous impacts of groundwater availability in the High Plains Aquifer, The
Nearly 20-percent of the wheat, corn, cotton and cattle produced in the United States are made possible by the hydrologic resources of the High Plains Aquifer (HPA) (NRCS, 2017). Despite being a source of agricultural ...
Heterogeneity in the price elasticity of demand for commercial water
The gap between projected future water demand and supply are increasing the importance of conservation policies. Commercial users are a major source of utility withdrawals, heightening the need for increased understanding ...
Assessing the social benefits to stakeholders of place-based forest restoration organizations in Colorado
Contributor:Lund Snee, Torsten A.
Collaborative forestry organizations such as the Front Range Roundtable provide goods and services to their members which have not yet been valued using economic methodology. The primary good provided by the Front Range ...
Economic and environmental trade-offs of irrigation Best Management Practices in the Lower Arkansas River Valley
The flows of the Arkansas River cascade through the Rocky Mountains and spill into Colorado's eastern plains. In the Lower Arkansas River Valley (LARV), these flows serve irrigators on over 250,000 acres, and are critical ...