Möglichkeiten Und Grenzen Der Politikanalyse Zur Umsetzung Der Wasserrahmenrichtlinie -- Anwendung Eines Hydro-Ökonomischen Modellverbundes Für Das Weser Einzugsgebiet
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KeywordsEU-Wasserrahmenrichtlinie; landwirtschaftliche Einträge in die Gewässer; hydroökonomische Modellierung; RAUMIS; kosteneffiziente Maßnahmen; Agricultural and Food Policy; Environmental Economics and Policy; Land Economics/Use;
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