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As North Carolina’s economy has grown, the need to mitigate negative effects of land disturbance on aquatic ecosystems has also grown. The regulatory authority to requi [...]
2008-01 | Report |
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As North Carolina’s economy has grown, the need to mitigate adverse impacts of land disturbance on aquatic ecosystems has also grown. When land disturbance adversely af [...]
2009 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
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Growth of urban areas and impervious surfaces in the U.S. has increased the environmental impacts of stormwater runoff and the public’s interest in regulation of those [...]
2004-10 | Report |
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The United States (US) Export Enhancement Program (EEP) was introduced in May 1985 with the goal of alleviating the agricultural sector's financial stress, through a rest [...]
1991 | Thesis/ Dissertation |
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One of the major trade policy problems identified by U.S. interests, including grower groups, traders, and policymakers, is that of pricing transparency. This has been a [...]
1999 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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To analyze compliance with one aspect of the regulation of stormwater discharge, we estimate a random-utility model of the probability that a builder uses a silt fence to [...]
2010-02 | Journal Article |
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The USDA has used bidding to enroll land into the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) and may use similar mechanisms to implement other policy instruments in which some or [...]
1990 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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Growth of developed areas and impervious surfaces in the U.S. has increased the environmental impacts of stormwater runoff and the public’s interest in regulation of th [...]
2006-05 | Report |
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The economic value of restoring Deckers Creek in Monongalia and Preston Counties of West Virginia was determined from mail, internet and personal interview surveys. Mult [...]
2004 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |