Jiang, Qiang; Grafton, Quentin
In October 2010, the Murray-Darling Basin Authority (MDBA) proposed that a range of 3000-4000 GL per year, on average, of additional water be made available for the environment in the Murray-Darling Basin (MDB) to mitigate the effects of what it considers to be inadequate environmental flows. To help quantify the costs of this water reallocation, a hydro-economic model was constructed based on the 19 regions of the MDB. The model results indicate the following: (i) substantial reductions in...[Show more]
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