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Adjusting to diminishing water supplies in irrigated agriculture



Adjusting to diminishing water supplies in irrigated agriculture



Dissertation Abstracts International, A 44(9): 2837-2838



The dissertation analyzes econometrically adjustments in irrigated agriculture in response to increases in the cost of obtaining groundwater. In recent years there has been growing concern regarding the future availability of water resources for agriculture in the western USA.

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