Cost Effectiveness Of Nutrient Management And Buffers: Comparisons Of Four Spatial Scenarios
AbstractPolicymakers are seeking cost effective methods to reduce nutrient pollution from agriculture. Predicted costs and pollution reductions from nutrient management and buffers are evaluated under four spatial scenarios describing a watershed. Results will help policymakers evaluate alternative Best Management Practices (BMPs) for water quality protection in agriculture.
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