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Economic Analysis of Management Practices to Reduce Phosphorus Load to Lake Eucha and Spavinaw

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  • Howry, Sierra S.
  • Stoecker, Arthur L.
  • Storm, Daniel E.
  • White, Michael J.

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Changes in management practices are often proposed to reduce phosphorus loading from a watershed due to over application of poultry litter. This study determines the choice, location, and level of each best management practice in the watershed to meet a Total Maximum Daily Load and margins of safety at least cost.

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  • Howry, Sierra S. & Stoecker, Arthur L. & Storm, Daniel E. & White, Michael J., 2008. "Economic Analysis of Management Practices to Reduce Phosphorus Load to Lake Eucha and Spavinaw," 2008 Annual Meeting, February 2-6, 2008, Dallas, Texas 6793, Southern Agricultural Economics Association.
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    best management practice; phosphorus runoff; poultry litter; Target MOTAD; Environmental Economics and Policy;

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