A Water Quality Trading Simulation for Northeast Kansas
A simulation model is developed to quantify the effects of information and trading ratios on the performance of a water quality market. An application of this model to a northeast Kansas watershed suggests that performance is improved by information provision and a 1:1 trading ratio between point and nonpoint loadings.
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