Three essays on the economics of groundwater extraction
The primary contribution of this thesis is to develop a series of hydroeconomic models to act as solution-oriented tools to conduct integrated groundwater management and provide fresh policy insights. Using spatially detailed economic and hydrologic data from a real-world aquifer, this thesis examines key groundwater management problems and suggests policies that might be used to control such systems. The thesis consists of three main essays focusing on issues in groundwater spatial dynamics...[Show more]
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