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Measuring physical and economic impacts of controlling water pollution in a watershed



Measuring physical and economic impacts of controlling water pollution in a watershed



Lake and Reservoir Management 4(1): 63-71



The application of an analytical framework using physical and economic models to an Illinois catchment is discussed. The results show the cost and effectiveness of the Rural Clean Water Program as implemented in the catchment, compared with several implementation alternatives to reduce nutrient and sediment loading to a local lake used for water supply and recreation.

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DOI: 10.1080/07438148809354380



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