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Changes in the Spatial Allocation of Cropland in the Ft. Cobb Watershed as a Result of Environmental Restrictions


  • Adams, David L.
  • Boyer, Tracy A.
  • Dicks, Michael R.


Pollution runoff estimates from SWAT are used in a mathematical programming model to optimally model site-specific crop and conservation practices for pollution abatement in the Ft. Cobb watershed in Southwestern Oklahoma. Results indicate the tradeoffs between producer income, sediment and nutrient runoff and the spatial allocation of crops in the watershed.

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  • Adams, David L. & Boyer, Tracy A. & Dicks, Michael R., 2005. "Changes in the Spatial Allocation of Cropland in the Ft. Cobb Watershed as a Result of Environmental Restrictions," 2005 Annual Meeting, February 5-9, 2005, Little Rock, Arkansas 35575, Southern Agricultural Economics Association.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:saeafl:35575
    DOI: 10.22004/ag.econ.35575

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