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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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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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Incentive based stormwater management policies offer the prospect of reducing urban stormwater runoff while increasing developer profits. An incentive compatible Stormwat [...]
2010 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
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A voluntary stormwater management program that is incentive compatible between residential developers and regulators produces an outcome that simultaneously protects/enha [...]
2010 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
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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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A reduced-form model of developed land area was estimated with data from 49 states for 1982-1997. This area increases with a state's lagged population and its real econo [...]
2003 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
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A significant amount of the forestland in Montana is in need of mechanical forest restoration treatments, which can improve forest health and reduce wildfire risk, but ca [...]
2015 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
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