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Title: Efectos de la ineficiencia técnica ambiental en la calidad del agua del Estero Real: Caso Nicaragua.
Other Titles: Environmental Technical Inefficiency Effects on Estero Real quality water: A Nicaragua Case.
Authors: Aguilar, Ariel Jose
Osorio Urtecho, Kahteriane del Rosario
Prado Olivares, Mariela del Socorro
Zúniga-González, Carlos Alberto
Dios-Palomares, Rafaela
Sierra-Figuereo, Pablo
Quiros Madrigal, Olman Jose
Authors (Email): Aguilar, Ariel Jose (aragui2002@yahoo)
Osorio Urtecho, Kahteriane del Rosario (aragui2002@yahoo)
Prado Olivares, Mariela del Socorro (aragui2002@yahoo)
Zúniga-González, Carlos Alberto (czunigagonzales@gmail.com)
Dios-Palomares, Rafaela (m1dipar@uco.es)
Sierra-Figuereo, Pablo (sierraf@gmail.com)
Quiros Madrigal, Olman Jose (olman.quiros@ucr.ac.cr)
Editors: Universitaria, Editorial
Editors (Email): Universitaria, Editorial (editorial@ac.unanleon.edu.ni)
Keywords: Stochastic Frontier
Solar Activity
Environmental Technical Efficiency
Aquatic Bioeconomy
Biodiversity
Quality water
Data Panel.
JEL Codes: Q:20
Q:25
Q: 53
Q:57
Q:58
Issue Date: 2015-11-15
Series/Report no.: Vol 5
Num (2)
Abstract: At the present study was an empirical application in panel data for environmental stochastic frontier model to measure the Estero Real Nicaragua quality water [12]. The productive path of Bioeconomy where this approach was applied is the Biodiversity Resource Exploitation. The study aim was to measure the level of environmental technical inefficiency over the body water of the Estero Real. We used a frontier stochastic model that it considers the environmental condition with chemical and physic parameters and the planetary magnetic activity. The environmental inefficiency effects were assumption to be an independent distribution as truncations of normal distributions with constant variance, but means, which are a linear function of observable Sampling Point-specific variables. The results show that environmental inefficiency effects are understandable by inelasticity solar activity (-2.53) that reduce the quality water in 89 %, it imply according to Lynch y Poole (1979) a regular quality.
URI: http://purl.umn.edu/208065
Institution/Association: Universitas (León). Revista Científica de la UNAN-León. Vicerrectoria de Investigación, Postgrados y Proyección Social>Volume 05, Number 2, 2014
Total Pages: 15
From Page: 17
To Page: 32
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