Systematic design of legal regulations for optimal surface-groundwater usage - Phase I
Even though the word Economics was left out of an already lengthy title, its importance was recognized in the study. The report, the outcome of a one-year study, is made of three parts dealing respectively with the hydrologic, legal and economic aspects of conjunctive surface-groundwater management. Hydrologist, lawyers and economists have become increasingly and even painfully aware of the complex degree of interaction of their respective disciplines and as a result they have attempted to establish a connection. This report emphasizes. the fact that the solution of the problem requires not just ...
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