TARGETING AND MODELING APPROACHES IN THE U.S. AND ITALY

Second Annual Conference on Agricultural Policy and the Environment; Proceedings of a Conference Sponsored by University of Minnesota, Center for International Food and Agricultural Policy; Agricultural Development Regional Agency (ESAV); University of Padova; Lake Itasca, Minnesota, September 22-29, 1990, Volume II Contents: The Benefits of Groundwater Pollution Avoidance: A Case Study in Southeastern Minnesota, by David A. Pottebaum and John J. Waelti Modeling Farm-Level Interactions Between Policy and Sustainable Agricultural Practices, by Kent D. Olson Target Classification as a Way of Directing Agricultural-Environmental Policy, by Giorgio Franceschetti and Tiziano Tempesta Criteria for Identifying and Classifying Areas Vulnerable to Agricultural Pollution, by P. Rosato and G. Stellin Evaluating Actions for the Reduction of Pollutant Releases from Agricultural Land through the Implementation of Simulation Models in a Geographical Information System: A Case Study, by Carlo Giupponi Evaluating Actions for the Reduction of Pollutant Releases from Agricultural Land through a Multiobjective Programming Model: A Case Study, by Cesare Dosi, Paolo Rosato and Giuseppe Stellin


Issue Date:
1991
Publication Type:
Working or Discussion Paper
PURL Identifier:
http://purl.umn.edu/13947
Total Pages:
164
Series Statement:
Staff Paper P91-23




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